Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety (New Zealand)
The accreditation of AUSTSWIM Teachers is not only recognised in each state and territory of Australia, but also in many countries overseas. This puts you in the best position to find employment at the end of your course and opens up many opportunities across the country.
The AUSTSWIM Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety (TSW) course is the benchmark for candidates looking to begin a career as a Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety. The purpose of this entry course is to provide the knowledge and information required to professionally deliver swimming and water safety programs and services to a diverse range of people who use aquatic environments. This is the base accreditation that you must gain before you can attempt any of the AUSTSWIM specialist extension courses.
Upon completion of all the course requirements, candidates will be accredited with the AUSTSWIM Teacher Licence, which is valid for three years. The course includes vocational education and training requirements, plus non-accredited training requirements specifically designed by AUSTSWIM. This is the industry standard for Teachers of Swimming and Water Safety.
This course is aimed at people entering the aquatics and community recreation industry. If you have a love for swimming, physical activity, learning and children – The TSW course is your entry point into the aquatics and community recreation industry.
International Candidates will receive the AUSTSWIM TSW Accreditation and Teacher Licence only. International Candidates will not be awarded the above units of competency.
By attending the AUSTSWIM TSW. You can then sign up to Te Mahi Ako to gain the New Zealand Certificate in Aquatics (Swim & Water Safety Teacher) (Level 3) – 40 credits.
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