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Parents learn to teach their child about the water. Parents’ safety awareness is also increased through active participation.
The goal of this class is orientation to water, buoyancy, movement, entries and songs and play in the water.
This unparented preschool program teaches safe entries/exits, lifejacket use, basic floats, glides, front swim, opening eyes underwater, kick on front with buoyant object, and water safety skills.
This unparented preschool program teaches floats/glides, front swim, jump into chest deep water, lifejacket use and water safety skills.
This unparented preschool program furthers the skills of floats/glides, front swim, surface support, lifejacket use and water safety skills.
This unparented preschool program furthers the skills of glides, kicks, front/back swim, deep water skills, roll-over glides, surface support, lifejacket use and water safety skills.
This unparented preschool program furthers the skills of glides, front/back swim, deep water skills, surface support, lifejacket use, introduction to sitting dives and water safety skills.
This unparented preschool program is a combination of the Salamander and Sunfish levels.
Swimming lessons for children and youth who are 4 years or older with disabilities.
Swimming lessons designed for kids and youth who are between 6 and 16 years old.
Swimming lessons designed for parents to select swim lesson dates and times that fit their family’s busy schedules.
Stroke Enhancement Level 1, 2 and 3 are supplementary swimming lessons to work on swim strokes only.
Experienced swimming coaches will design workouts to develop technique, build your endurance, and increase your speed.
These are entry-level swim lessons for youth who want to become more comfortable in the water. There are no skills required.
Students will expand on the skills learned in Youth Swimming Lessons Level 1
Adult Swim Lessons Level 1 is an entry level for youth and adults who want to be more comfortable in the water.
Entry level 1 and 2 for youths and adults who want to become more comfortable in the water.
Adult Swim Level 2 is a continuation of the level 1 skills. Learn the front and back crawl strokes. You are also introduced to swimming in deep water.
This adult swimming program is designed for advanced swimmers to develop swimming strokes, increase distances and proficiency.
Come and practice your paddleboarding skills or try this sport out for the first time.
This course is the preparation for Bronze Medallion if you're under the age of 13.
The Bronze Medallion teaches lifesaving principles in the four components of water-rescue education judgment, knowledge, skill and fitness.
Designed for lifesavers who want the challenge of more advanced training including an introduction to safe supervision in aquatic facilities.
Recertification course for youths who have a Bronze Cross award. This is the prerequisite for the National Lifeguard and instructor certifications.
Bronze Cross recertification course for adults is a three hour exam that retests all requirements and provides updated information.
Lifesaving Instructors are trained to teach and evaluate the Canadian Lifesaving program. Learn various approaches to teach water rescue, first aid and related aquatic skills in the lifesaving program.
The National Lifeguard Service and Aquatic Emergency Care certificates are recommended for lifeguards, aquatic instructors, and lifesavers.
This National Lifeguard Service and Aquatic Emergency Care recertification exam retests all requirements and provides any updated information.
Register for programs in person at any City of Edmonton Attraction or Recreation Centre.
Register for programs by calling 311. If you are outside of Edmonton, call 780-442-5311.
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