- Aquatots: 12 to 36 months
- Beginners & Advanced Beginners: 3 Years and older
- Transitional/ Intermediate/ Advanced: Minimum age is 7 years old
- Basic Water Safety and Junior Lifeguard
Whilst we encourage improved confidence in the water there is a chance that some children may become over confident in and around water. Therefore it is imperative that whenever a child has access to ANY aquatic environment (ocean, pool, pond, lake, river, bucket of water, bath tub and toilet, just to name a few) they are supervised by an adult. No method of baby / toddler swimming can prevent drowning, but with exposure to baby / toddler swimming lessons, children have a better chance of survival by being familiar with water – they will be more relaxed if they fall in accidently.
Some toddlers, who might become over confident, become “danger children” as they have mastered the skill of swimming, but may not know how to surface to take a breath. No matter what level your baby / toddler is at, they must be supervised 100% of the time.