SwimWay Ensuring Health & Safety For Your Child's Swimming Lessons

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At SwimWay, ensuring the Health & Safety of your children is at the heart of everything we do as a company.  We are passionate about providing parents with safe private swimming lessons.

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Here is a picture of some of our team renewing their pool rescue awards. It is an 8-hour course for those renewing their qualification and includes a 2-hour independent assessment.

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The training course covers:

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The Teacher, Swimming Pool & Class Management

Your role in supervision and rescue
Maintaining standards
Uniform and equipment
Your Employer
Health and Safety
Policies
Types of pools and lessons
Assessing and managing risk
Class Safety and Management
Disabled Swimmers

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First Aid & Life Support – Adult & Child or Infant Life Support

Roles and responsibilities for a first aider
Reporting of accidents
Managing of casualties with minor injuries
Managing specific conditions
Initial Assessment and handling of an Unconscious casualty
Action for Vomiting and Recovery Position
Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Child Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Infant Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

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Intervention, Rescue and Emergency Action

Types of casualty
Poolside Rescue – using available rescue equipment
Types of entry
Water Rescues – Including in deepest part of the pool using contact and non-contact rescue skills
Getting the casualty out of the water
Recovery of unconscious casualty from the water with assistance including Rescue Breathing – in the water
Recovery of a submerged pupil from the bottom of the pool (use of a mannequin)
Management of Suspected Spinal Injury
Emergency Action Plan

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Our experienced and hard working instructors participate in safety training 3 times a year, at the start of every term as well as renewing their pool rescue awards every 24 months.

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We understand this is important to parents, and we strive every day to provide a safe private environment to learn to swim the SwimWay methodology.

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To find out more about SwimWay’s commitment to Health & Safety Click Here.

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