If you are looking for a Swimming Teacher role, you are responsible for helping people of all ages and abilities to develop confidence in the water, swimming skills and techniques, and to exercise in water. Swimming coaches train and develop competitive swimmers. In order to qualify as a swimming teacher or coach, you will be required to complete qualifications awarded by the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) or the Swimming Teachers’ Association (STA). If you are looking to update your CV please see the below CV example:
Swimming Teacher CV Example
I am a professional Swimming Teacher, with over five years experience. My experience has given me vast experience in enforcing safety and health rules as well as the use of chemical testing equipment to maintain pool safety. I am also qualified to teach First Aid and basic lifesaving techniques as part as a lesson requirement for swimming instruction courses.
Date to Date or To Date – Swimming Teacher – Where?
Based within a public health centre. Main duties included:
• Teaching and coaching one-to-one or in groups
• Planning and delivering sessions appropriate to the level of swimmer
• Provide explanations and demonstrate swimming techniques
• Correct faults in swimming techniques and identify ways to improve performance
• Ensuring that safety standards are followed at all times
• Check that life-saving equipment is in full working order
• Organise and supervise assistants and helpers
• Dealing with minor injuries and accidents and keeping record
University, College, School? – For all include titles/subjects and qualifications.
First Aid / Required qualification details? DBS Checked?
SKILLS AND ABILITIES
Qualifications gained? People and communication skills?
HOBBIES & INTERESTS
What do you like to do outside of work? Remember the type of industry you are applying to work in…your personal hobbies and interests say a lot about the applicants personality and could help decide whether or not you would be suitable for the role.
Available on request.