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Pee Wee Paddler I (3-5 yrs.)

Prerequisite: Child must leave parent willingly, be comfortable in the water, follow directions and function well in a group. When possible, children are grouped by ability. Class emphasizes helping children gain basic aquatic skills including entering and exiting the water safely, blowing bubbles with mouth and nose submerged, submerging under water. With assistance students learn to float and glide on front and back, rolling from front to back and back to front, swimming using arms and legs on front and back at least two body lengths. For safety reasons, flotation devices may be used. Flotation devices are used for all Pee Wee I classes at Audrey Moore and Lee District RECenters.

Pee Wee Paddler II (3-5 yrs.)

Prerequisites: Pee Wee Paddler I or equivalent skill proficiency. Class emphasizes helping children increase independence in their skill performance while continuing to increase comfort in the water. Skills include bobbing, floating and gliding on front and back with and without assistance, swimming on front and back at least three body lengths with and without assistance. Flotation devices may be used.

Advanced Lap Swim (13-Adult)

The ultimate swimming workout that helps students refine strokes to increase efficiency, endurance and swim distance. Students are taught how to adjust their personal workout to keep interest and gradually increase their workout to make it more challenging.

American Red Cross Lifeguard Trg 15+

This course is for the person who wants to be a lifeguard at a community pool. Skills and knowledge necessary to respond to aquatic emergencies are covered, including first aid and CPR for the professional rescuer. Students must be at least 15 years old before course completion (no exceptions). Must be able to swim 300 yards continuously using front crawl or breaststroke; swim 20 yards, dive 7-10 feet, retrieve 10 pound brick, surface and then swim 20 yards back to starting point and exit the water without use of ladder or stairs; tread water two minutes. Students who pass the class receive a certificate valid for two years. Note: This program does not qualify you to be a lifeguard for the Park Authority. For information about becoming a Park Authority lifeguard call (703) 324-8548.

American Red Cross Lifeguard Trng Review

Don't let your American Red Cross (ARC) Lifeguard certificate expire. This 20-hour course renews your certificates for Lifeguarding, CPR and First Aid. The fee does not include textbook. Bring the ARC Lifeguard Training textbook to class or purchase one at the site for an additional fee. Prerequisites: Must have an unexpired ARC Lifeguard Training certificate. If certificate is expired, student must register for the full Lifeguard Training course. Must be able to swim 300 yards continuously, and swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke; dive 7-10 feet and retrieve a 10 pound object, return to surface and swim 20 yards back to starting point and exit the water without use of ladder or stairs. Class renews Lifeguard, First Aid, and CPR certificate for two years.

Aquatic Facility Operator (Adults)

(Adults) The Aquatic Facility Operator (AFO) program is designed for pool operators and aquatic facility management staff. This comprehensive course covers all key components of swimming pool operations, mechanical systems, chemicals and risk management. Certification can be achieved by passing the 50-question, AFO Certification examination with a score of seventy-eight percent (78%) or better. Certification is valid for 5 years. The AFO course is a two-day, instructor-led training that includes the exam on the second day. Candidates will receive the AFO manual to review prior to the course start.

Baby & Me Swim (6 mos.-18 mos.)

Register your baby for this class designed for babies and their parent(s), or other favorite adult who want to learn water adjustment and other aquatic skills together in a fun environment. Learn how to enter and exit the water in a safe manner, feel comfortable in the water and explore submerging to the mouth, nose and eyes. Explore buoyancy on front and back, change body position and learn safety information. Two adults may participate with each child. Babies must wear tight-fitting swim diaper and plastic pants under bathing suit.

Lap Swim (13-Adult)

This class focuses on increasing your physical endurance and swim distance. Workouts are designed to meet class abilities and to improve overall physical fitness through lap swimming. Students are also taught to design a personal workout and to use the pace clock. ~

Lap Swim Lite (13-Adult)

Prerequisite: Ability to swim at least 25 yards on front and back. This is the perfect class for people who want to start swimming laps or for those who have not been a lap swimmer for an extended time. Learn techniques needed to swim laps, improve swimming skills and proficiency, increase your confidence, endurance and distance swimming. ~

One-on-One Swim Lessons (3-Adult)

(3-Adult) Children must leave parent willingly, be comfortable in the water, and be able to follow simple directions. Private swim lessons are a great way to improve swimming skills and water safety techniques of any level. With one-on-one swim lessons, an instructor can spend more time helping overcome obstacles which may require more time or dedication than a standard swim lesson.

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