Opportunities exist for licenced AUSTSWIM teachers™ to further your training. These include accredited courses and professional development workshops, conferences, seminars and forums.
AUSTSWIM Presenter Training
Have you ever thought about becoming an AUSTSTWIM Presenter? Here are some Frequently Asked Questions that will assist you in deciding your suitability for the course.
Train to join the team as an AUSTSWIM Presenter
- Wanting to inspire others in the aquatic industry
- Engaging and energetic
- Keen to spread the word about the importance of water safety and its vital life skills
AUSTSWIM is seeking dynamic, experienced and current teachers of swimming and water safety to be trained as AUSTSWIM Presenters.
If you have knowledge, skill and understanding of teaching aquatics and want to be directly involved in inspiring our up and coming teachers of swimming and water safety.
Frequently Asked Questions – Presenter
What training do I start with?
It is recommended you undertake the Presenter of Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety™ (TSW) training initially because:
It is the initial course that a trainee swimming teacher must perform, there are more courses run and therefore more work available for presenters in this field.
The Presenter of Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety training acts as a good building block for all other AUSTSWIM training and therefore you will have vital knowledge that you will be able to pass onto candidates.
What skills/qualifications do I need to have to apply for the Presenter of the AUSTSWIM TSW course?
- Current AUSTSWIM Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety™ accreditation
- At least 2 years of school aged swimming teaching experience encompassing a minimum of 300 hours (with a range of age, ability and class sizes)
- Holds or is willing to work towards a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110).
What does the AUSTSWIM Presenters training involve?
The AUSTSWIM Presenter of Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety™ accreditation is designed to provide you with knowledge and skills in the delivery and assessment of the AUSTSWIM Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety™ course. The course consists of a minimum of 2 days attendance including theory and practical components and involves a combination of at course assessment, take home assignment, observation, questioning, role play, on the job training hours and assessment.