What You'll Do: 

We are looking for someone who wishes to contribute to their local community by attending mid-week evening and Saturday morning coaching sessions (any volunteers preferences will be taken into consideration) which make a real difference to the lives of young people in the community by encouraging confidence and resilience.


Why You'll Love It: 
This is a fun and supportive role which success and impact on the club will be determined by your own motivations and enthusiasms.  As well as your ability to assist the delivery of club training sessions, it is an opportunity to take on a new challenge, gain practical teaching/coaching experience and support the development of all swimmers involved in our small and friendly club.
What You'll Learn: 
Level 1 swimming assistant (teaching) and assistant swimming coach qualification. You will also gain access to resources and guidance via the ‘Club Hub’. and access to training opportunities and support from the Institute of Swimming.
0 Weeks Minimum
3 Hours / Week
Languages you should know: 
DBS check
In-Person Interview

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