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SWIM DESK - PARENT PORTAL

Based on each evaluation completed by the swimming program coordinator, a competency summary will be created for you which outlines the key swimming and water safety skills that your child has successfully acquired as well as areas of their skill base that need further development.

If your child has successfully progressed to the next level of our program, you will be able to access and print a copy of the progression certificate via the SwimDesk Parent Portal. Alternatively, you may like to collect your certificate at the Centre.

In addition to information about your child’s progression, the SwimDesk Parent Portal will contain all the information you need to know about the Cools Swimming Lesson Program. This will allow you to better understand the class level competencies and learning outcomes. Click on picture to enter the portal.

ENROLLING


All parents enrolling their children into lessons must fill out our enrolment form. This is to ensure that we understand any health issues, who to call in an emergency and so you understand our policies and procedures.

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We have strict policies and procedures in place to ensure that the swimming lessons run smoothly. Please make yourself familiar with these before enrolling into Cools Swim School.

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SAFETY TIPS

20 pages of tips for all areas regarding water. From the very first bath, beach safety, restricting access to water bodies, inland waterway safety, flooding, pool tool storage, supervision, alcohol and swimming, public pool safety, rock fishing and more in one easy download

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DROWNING REPORT

This download is the 2013 drowning report compiled by the Royal Life Saving Society of Australia. An in depth look into how, when, where, why people drowned. The age brackets and gender of victim.

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