Affordable training courses throughout Devon in swim teaching, first aid and lifesaving. Our tutors can travel and run courses in your venue, school or work setting. Private courses are available on enquiry. Please Contact Us for more information on how to book your course today. 

Swimming Teacher Courses  UPCOMING BABY & PRE-SCHOOL SWIM TEACHER COURSE Course will be run over 3 days, Sunday 25th Feburary, Sunday 4th March and Sunday 11th March based in Plymouth. Once qualified, teachers will be able to teach Baby and Pre-sechool lessons.For more information or to book onto this course, please Contact Us. 

STA Student Teacher 
 
A course to provide preliminary training in the skills of teaching swimming for 13 - 17 year olds. In house on the job training, continous assessment and portfolio to complete. For Student Teacher job opportunities please Contact Us
STA Safety Award for Teachers - SAT 
 
A course that enables the learner to act as a rescuer, trained in pool rescue, adult, child and infant CPR techniques competent to deal with poolside emergencies. A prerequisite lifesaving qualification for all STA Swimming Teacher courses. Minimum age is 14. Click here for course qualification specification 
STA Swimming Teacher Award 
 
STA Level 2 Award in Swimming Teaching enables 16 year olds plus to teach up to 10 beginners or work as an assistant with larger classes. It also enables the learner to teach advanced skills under the supervision of a STA certificate qualified swimming teacher. Click here for course qualification specification 
STA Swimming Teacher Certificate 
 
STA Level 2 Certificate in Swimming Teaching is the follow on course from the STA Level 2 Award in Swimming Teaching and enables the learner to teach pupils of all levels without supervision. Minimum age is 17 years and must hold the Award qualification. Click here for course qualification specification 
STA Baby & Pre-School Swim Teacher (BPS) 
 
A stand-alone course to train individuals in the special skills required when introducing babies and very young children to aquatic activities. Minimum age is 18 years. Click here for course qualification specification 
STA People with Disabilities 
 
The STA Level 2 Award in Aquatic Teaching - People with Disabilites enables the candidate to teach aquatic activities to indivduals and groups with most types of disabilities. Minimum age is 18 years. Click here for course qualification specification 

First Aid Training 

Emergency First Aid at Work 
 
Qualification enabling learners to be able to act as an appointed person to take charge of first aid arrangements, including looking after equipment and calling the Emergency Medical Services when required. Candidates must be 16 years or older. A 6 hour, 1 day course and lasts for 3 years. QCF Level 2. Click here for course qualification specification 
First Aid at Work 
 
Qualification enables learners to develop the skills and knowledge required to deal with a range of first aid incidents including: basic life support, anaphylaxis, head and spinal injuries, asthma, bleeds and much more. Candidates must be 16 years or older. A 18 hour, 3 day course and lasts for 3 years. QCF Level 3. Click here for course qualification specification 
Emergency Paediatric First Aid Award 
 
Qualification aiming to give learners the knowledge and 
practical competencies required to deal with a range of paediatric first aid situations. Includes training on adult, child and infant resuscitation, firs aid boxes and recording of accidents and incidents. Meets requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage. Candidates must be 16 years or older. A 6 hour, 1 day course and lasts for 2 years. Click here for course qualification specification 
Paediatric First Aid Award 
 
Qualification enables learners with the skills, knowledge, understanding and ability to deal with emergency situations. Includes first aid and resuscitation procedures for child and infant casualties along with recognition and management in childhood medical conditions. Meets requirements of the Early Years Foundation Stage. Candidates must be 16 years or older. A 12 hour, 3 day course and lasts for 3 years. Click here for course qualification specification 
CPR and AED 
 
Qualification providing learners with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify casualties suffering from cardiac arrest, competently deliver life saving CPR and deliver the safe application of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Candidates must be 16 years or older. A 4 hours course, half a day and lasts for 2 years. Click here for course qualification specification 
CPR and Anaphylaxis 
 
Qualification enabling learners to deliver safe application of an adrenaline auto-injector unit. Includes training on emergency basic life support, CPR and first aid to casualties suffering from anaphylactic shock. Candidates must be 16 years or older. A 4 hour, half a day course and lasts for 2 years. Click here for course qualification specification 

Other Courses 

STA Safeguarding 
 
The STA Safeguarding Children, Young People and Vulnerable Adults Online Learning Programme is aimed at learners who require knowledge and understanding in this subject. Click here to access STA and to register for this course online 
Continued Professional Development 
 
CPDs (Continuing Professional Development) can be written to suit the individual’s training needs such as Stroke Development or Diving for example. Please Contact Us to discuss your requirements in detail. 
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