Our learning process

Beginners groups are for all newcomers to swimming. It’s ideal for anyone that cannot swim, is fearful or challenged in the water. Depanding on background and experiences in water, beginners start in the Water Introduction group or the Stroke Instruction group.

Stroke Improvers can float and swim but are afraid of deep water. These swimmers may get exhausted rapidly, due to poor technique. Stroke Improvers join an Intermediate group followed by Advanced (A) group, both are in deep water.

Intermediate is for swimmers  who are comfortabel in shallow water however deep water still gives discomfort. This level requires that swimmers manage four basis strokes and have lessons before.

Advanced Swimmers  have no issues in deep water and are able to swim more than one lane without breaking. These groups works on improving their swimming skills and stamina and follow the program for diploma A, B and C.

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Diploma system

Your Personal Swim Coach lessons are structured around the Dutch ABC Diploma curriculum. Find out how it works and what all of them entail!

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Floating in swimming

The science of swimming. Do people float better in salt water in the sea, or fresh water in the swimming pool? And other questions around floating are answered in this article.

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How to tread water to stay afloat

Treading water is the key survival technique that enables you to keep your head above water, preventing you from sinking under and potentially drowning.

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