Introduces infants and young children to aquatics in two levels. Each session consisting of 8 lessons, lasting 30 minutes and meeting at least once a week. It familiarizes young children to the water and prepares them to learn to swim in the American Red Cross Preschool Aquatics or Learn-to-Swim courses. Parent and Child Aquatics gives parents safety information and teaches techniques to help orient their children to the water. These courses are a bonding experience that will fill instructors, parents and children with wonderful lifelong memories.
Consisting of three levels, it is an integral part of the overall Red Cross instructional aquatic and water safety program. Each session consisting of at least 8 lessons, lasting 30 minutes and meeting at least once a week. Level 1 is designed to orient young preschool children to the aquatic environment and to help them gain basic aquatic skills. Level 2 helps children gain greater independence in the skills and develop more comfort in and around water. Level 3 helps children start to gain basic swimming propulsive skills to be comfortable in and around water.
Teaches aquatic and personal water safety skills in a logical progression. It consists of six levels. Each session consisting of at least 8 lessons, lasting 30 minutes and meeting at least once a week. Participants in Level 1 are oriented to the aquatic environment and gain some basic skills in each category. Throughout the levels, participants build on their basic skills to learn various propulsive movements on the front, back and side. As the levels increase, participants learn to refine the different strokes and build endurance.
When a minimum of 4 lessons have been purchased.
$33.75 for the first student. And an additional $18.25 for the second student.