On this page we have a series of fun educational videos that discuss any questions you might have.
This ranges from questions about our curriculum, drown prevention concepts, activities to do with your child at home to help them progress with swimming and much more!
In this first video we take you on a tour of our swim facility and give parents advice on making sure their little ones and themselves stay safe around any body of water.
Colleen give parents advice on implementing safety measures at home, or other bodies of water they swim in regularly to ensure they are safe, and to prevent any possible drowning situations.
In this video Colleen explains in more detail how our Starfish Curriculum works. She talks about the different benchmarks, stages and the skills each one entails.
In this video final part of the video Colleen continues to explain how our Starfish Curriculum works. She talks about the different benchmarks, stages and the skills each one entails.
In this video we will teach you things to look out for when going to a new pool in order to enter and exit the pool safely, as well as how to 'wall walk' to a point where you can exit should you need to.
Carien and Israel demonstrates how to learn to float on your back, for both adults and children in order to breathe so you can exit the pool safely.
Carien and Israel demonstrates how you can assist your child's swim lesson progress further by practicing breath control and learning to comfortably put their face in the water. These
are easy, practical and fun games you can
play with them in the bath or pool at home.
In this video Colleen discusses, and explains to Thomas how to move forward in the water while controlling his body movement.
Colleen continues her discussion and explaining of forward movement and body position in the water with Thomas.
The final part of Colleen's discussion and explaining of forward movement and body position in the water with Thomas.
In this video we will teach you how to administer life saving CPR (Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation) to an infant, child or adult that have drowned by attempting to resuscitate them.