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Qualifi Level 3 Certificate in Teaching Swimming and Aquatic Programmes

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  • Qualifi Level 3 Certificate in Teaching Swimming and Aquatic Programmes
  • Vocational Related Qualification
  • 3
  • Accredited
  • 350
  • 35
  • 603/1759/0
  • Qualifi Level 4 Diploma
  • UK and international
  • 30th June 2019
  • 31st Dec 2019
Qualifi Level 3 Certificate in Teaching Swimming and Aquatic Programmes

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Course Overview

The Qualification has been created to develop and reward the business health and social care workers of today and the future, and to continue to bring recognition and professionalism to the health and social care sector. The rationale of the programmes is to provide a career path for learners who wish to develop their management and care capabilities within the health and social care sector.

Units

Mandatory

  • An Introduction to Leading and Managing Teaching in Swimming and Aquatic Environments
  • An Introduction to Learning and Teaching in Swimming and Aquatic Environments
  • Leading Learning and Teaching Practice in Swimming and Aquatic Environments
  • Understanding the Principles and Practices of Assessment
  • Developing Customer Care Practice in an Aquatic Environment
  • An Introduction to Leading Professional Development Practice in Swimming and Aquatic Environments
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Optional (8)

  • Teaching Swimming and Water Activities to Adults and Children
  • Teaching Water Activities Practice for Preschool Children
  • Teaching Swimming Practice in a School Context
  • Coaching Competitive Swimming Practice in Learn-to-swim Programmes
  • Teaching Synchronised Swimming Practice in Learn-to-swim Programmes
  • Teaching Water Polo Practice in Learn-to-swim Programmes
  • Teaching Diving Practice in Learn-to-swim Programmes
  • Teaching Survival and Lifesaving Practice in Learn-to-swim Programmes
  • Teaching Swimming Practice to Adults in Learn-to-swim Programmes
  • Teaching Practice for Adults Transitioning to a Masters Swimming Programme
  • Teaching Swimming Practice to People with Disabilities
  • Principles of Swimming Participation for Improving Well-Being and Mental-Health
  • Assess occupational competence in the work environment
  • Principles of Leading and Managing a Swimming Programme
Learning Outcomes
  1. Preparing learners to progress to a qualification in teaching swimming but at a higher level and enhancing more specific knowledge, skills, understanding and experience
  2. Preparing learners for lead swimming and aquatics programme in the workplace
  3. Supporting other employees in the workplace to become more skilled reflective practitioners
Entry Requirements
  • Entry to the qualifications will be through centre interview and the candidates will be expected to hold the following Qualifi Level 3 Certificate in Teaching Practice in Swimming Teaching and Aquatics:
  • Be at least 18 years of age at the time of registration for the qualification
  • Hold the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) or Safety Training Awards (STA) Level 2 Certificate in Teaching Swimming / Aquatics
  • Have teaching swimming experience of at least 12 months, delivering lessons to a full range of abilities and contexts
  • Have evidence that they are currently employed in the context of teaching swimming and permission from their supervisor to support them with an actual (or shadow) strategic role for the programme or demonstrate that they are in a current strategic role
  • It is required that the learners would have literacy and numeracy at least Level 2 to function on this programme
  • Referees from the employer (or equivalent) are positive and demonstrate teaching is recognised to be of a quality standard
  • The learner must demonstrate the intellectual capability to study and ability to produce a portfolio of evidence.
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