Recent Research

2013 Community perceptions of and attitudes towards children’s swimming and water safety skills.

The 2013 survey ‘Community perceptions of and attitudes towards children’s swimming and water safety skills’ aimed to further understand the effectiveness of swimming programs and characterise the group of children accessing swimming from the general community’s perspective, particularly parents. This is the third research survey conducted in partnership by Australia’s leading aquatic education and water safety organisations; AUSTSWIM and Royal Life Saving Society – Australia, and is the culmination of four years of research. 

2012 Survey of Teachers of Swimming and Water Safety

This report describes the results and recommendations of a national survey of swimming and water safety teachers undertaken by AUSTSWIM and Royal Life Saving Australia. The survey aimed to explore swimming and water safety skills and knowledge levels of primary school‐aged children in Australia from a Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety perspective.

2010 Survey of Swim School Managers

This report describes the results and recommendations of a national survey of swim school managers undertaken by AUSTSWIM and Royal Life Saving Australia. This survey aimed to explore swimming and water safety skills from a swim school's perspective and formed part of a broader project being undertaken by Royal Life Saving to benchmark the swimming and water safety skills and knowledge levels of primary school aged children in Australia.


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