MORE THAN JUST A SWIMMING LESSON
Swim and Survive
Cardinia Life has partnered with Royal Life Saving to provide our community with the Swim and Survive program.
The program has been updated to align with the recently released National Swimming and Water Safety framework. Swim and Survive is a comprehensive swimming and water safety initiative that seeks to increase the swimming and water safety skills of all Australian children in order to prevent drowning and increase participation in safe aquatic activity.
Learn to swim, swimming lessons and infant aquatics are all terms commonly used across the aquatic industry for programs that seek to build swimming skills. Swim and Survive is all of these, but most importantly it ensures that the essential components of personal survival and water safety are provided, in addition to a process of developing strong and effective swimming technique.
Infant, Pre-School and School Aged Classes
Each program is structured into skill strands that ensure a balanced, comprehensive instructional approach to a child’s aquatic education.
Infants – 12 to 36 months
A water familiarisation program for parents and their children aged 12 to 36 months.
Pre-School – 3 to 5 years
A program that builds water confidence for preschool aged children between the ages of 3-5 years.
School Age – 5 to 14 years
A swimming and water safety program for school aged children between the ages of 5-14 years.
At Cardinia Life we also have swimming lessons for teens and adults. Whether you have never swum before, or wanted to improve breathing and stroke technique, we have classes available for everyone of all skill levels.
Access and Inclusion
One on one small group classes available on request.
Cardinia Life Swim School Benefits
1 lesson per week for 44 weeks each year
Unlimited aquatic access at Cardinia Life and all outdoor pools throughout the Summer season
Lessons on public holidays
Unlimited make up lessons each term
Christmas / New Year suspension
Convenient fortnightly direct debit payments
To get in touch with our friendly team simply call the centre on (03) 5945 2888 or email your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org