|Course Code||Course Name||Duration||Ratios||Age Range|
|SW0B||Adult & Baby Swimming Classes||30||1:10||4m-2|
|SW0A||Adult & Toddler Swimming Classes||30||1:10||16m-24m|
|SW1B||Swimming Level 1 Beginner||30||1:4||2.5-5|
|SW1BS||Swimming Level 1 Beginner (for older students)||30||1:4||5-up|
|SW1A||Swimming Level 1 Advanced||30||1:5||5-8|
|SW2||Swimming Level 2||30||1:5||5-8|
|SW2A||Swimming Level 2 Advanced||30||1:6||5-9|
|SW3||Swimming Level 3||45||1:7||6-12|
|SW4||Swimming Level 4||45||1:8||7-up|
|SW5||Swimming Level 5 SQUAD Prep||45||1;12||7-up|
|SW6||Swimming Level 6 SQUAD||1.5||1:20||7-up|
Parents and infants with limited or no swimming experience, will learn how to support their child in the water and will also have fun building water confidence.
It's never too early to learn to swim. These 30 minute lessons are designed to help your toddlers develop swimming readiness and become comfortable in the water so that they can move on to Level 1B. The sessions are slightly more structured than the Parent and Baby classes.
The objective of SW1Bis to help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Students will learn elementary water skills which they can build on as they progress through the various levels.
The objective of SW1BS is to help older students feel comfortable in the water with children that are in the same age ranges. Students will learn elementary water skills which they can build on as they progress through the various levels.
LEVEL ONE A (Advanced) SW1A:
Level 1A is to give students success with fundamental skills and learn to float without support. Learn basic self-help rescue skills.
Students learn to coordinate front and back crawl and introduce elementary backstroke.
Students will start to focus more on their freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke techniques and start to swim lengths.
Students develop confidence in stokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills. Introduce breaststroke and wall turns.
Coordination and refinement of key strokes, Introduce the butterfly, open turns, surface dives. Increase swim distances.
The objective of SW5 is to polish strokes so students swim with more ease, efficiency, power, and smoothness over greater distances and prepare for the Competitive Squad.
Competitive Squad (SW6)
Having completed Level 5 (Squad Prep), swimmers will possess a high level of competence to train with the competitive squad. The programme will concentrate on improving stroke technique, be set around specific targets for improving swimmers’ times and focus on certain competitions during the year. All squad swimmers will be encouraged to train more than once a week, should they wish to do so. Swimmers moving into the squad sessions will be expected to make a commitment to compete in Hong Kong ASA competitions and will therefore automatically be registered with Hong Kong ASA.