AWARDS ARE GIVEN FOR THE FOLLOWING ASA LEARN TO SWIM FRAMEWORK STAGES:
Aim - To develop basic safety awareness, the class scenario, basic movement skills and water confidence skills.
Aim - To develop safe entries to the water, including jumping in, basic floating, travel and toration unaided to regain upright positions.
Aim - To develop safe entries including submersion, travel 10 metres on the front and back, progress rotation skills and water safety knowledge.
Aim - To develop the understanding of buoyancy through a range of skills, refining kicking technique for all strokes, and swimming 10 metres to a given standard as directed by the ASA.
Aim - To develop 'watermanship' through sculling and treading water skills, and complete rotation, also performing all strokes to the given standard as directed by the ASA
Aim - To develop effective swimming skills including co-ordinated breathing; developing the water safety aspects and understanding of preparation for exercise.
Aim- To develop quality stroke technique over 100 metres, incorporating skills learnt and combining them to develop a linked routine and complete successfully an obstacle course that combines a veriety of skills accomplished gthroughout stages 1 - 7.
THE FOLLOWING CHALLENGE AWARDS CAN BE ACHIEVED:
BRONZE, SILVER & GOLD
THE FOLLOWING DISTANCE BADGES MAY BE AWARDED:
AWARDS ARE GIVEN FOR THE FOLLOWING FOR ROOKIE LIFEGUARDS:
SPECIALITY ROOKIE LIFEGUARD AWARDS: