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INSTITUTE OF SWIMMINGINSTITUTEOF SWI MMING confirms first of its kind collaborative agreementwith Stevenage Leisure


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n a first of its kind agreement, Stevenage Leisure Limited (SLL) has partnered with the Institute of Swimming to recruit and train more swimming teachers ahead of the opening of its new pool at The Dunstable Centre later this year.


The partnership will see SLL deliver Swimming Teacher training through its Swim England Qualifications Approved Training Centre, while the Institute of Swimming will work alongside SLL to source new trainees through its


recruitment academy. SLL will also introduce the Institute of Swimming products, including blended learning courses and CPD (Continuous Professional Development) training, to supplement its existing courses.


SLL already runs a highly successful Learn to Swim programme, teaching 12,000 pupils to swim each week across its 10 wet sites and, with a brand new pool set to open later this year, will require a further 12 new teachers. The partnership aims to increase aquatic educational activities for Stevenage and the surrounding area. IanMorton, SLL’sManaging Director, added: SLL says: “We are passionat e about delivering high qualit y swimming lessons and are delighted to have partnered with Institute of Swimming in order to expand the opportunities for aquatic education within the community. This unique collaboration will offer a new and effective approach to swimming teacher recruitment.”


www ww.swimming.org/ios/ April 2019 2019 www. wwweducation-tod ya .co.uk.co.uk 72


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