PediaSwim Instructor Courses
My memory isn’t the best but I have the most vivid memory of the day I almost drowned when I was 3. We were at a summer party and there were adults everywhere around me. I could see my dad by the grill and I could see my mom talking with a group of women. I sat on the diving board of the pool with my foot gliding back and forth in the water. I don’t know what happened but suddenly I was under the water in the deep-end. I remember looking at the bubbles surrounding me and thinking how pretty they looked, I wasn’t even scared. I could see my long hair all around me as I sunk further into the water. Then I abruptly lifted up out of the water and onto the gravel outside of the pool. Apparently, while I admired the inside of the pool, unknowingly on the verge of drowning, the adults all panicked and my mom pulled me out by my hair on impulse. She still talks about how it was one of the scariest moments of her life.
Learning the perfect rotations of resting and breathing makes it much easier to transition to side-breathing with advanced strokes. Drowning is the most frequent cause of preventable, accidental death in children ages 0-4. If every community has trained individuals teaching babies to swim, we can to put an end to this tragedy! PediaSwim gives you the skills to teach children to swim and float without the contracts and rules for how to run your business!
The PediaSwim Instructor Course is an intensive four week hands-on study. Each apprentice will be provided in-water experience with children of a variety of ages, ranging from six months to four years. The exclusive private training program includes instruction in teaching breath control, propulsion, floating, rollover breathing, survival skills, transitional stroke development and troubleshooting problems with students of all ages. Each trainee will be given a manual to cover child psychology, behaviorism, child development, anatomy and physiology of the child. You will also learn to start and run a school, marketing, starting a non-profit for your community, as well as on-going support.
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