With 30 years of experience in the industry of teaching swimming, either as an elite level swimming coach to facilitating large learn to swim programmes or teaching the teachers and operators, we have a broad knowledge of what is the best practice in teaching and operation of learn to swim centres and programmes. Cools Swim School uses the techniques of Infant Self Rescue developed in the USA  and have been trained to implement these techniques.






Operating a public swimming pool with a much higher bathing load than normal backyard pools requires an in-depth knowledge of how to obtain the ideal pool balance. It is paramount to running a good centre that the operator can safely maintain a clean and hygienic  pool. Having leased a number of olympic pools and being qualified as a pool plant operator and pool superintendent since 1993 ensures that we operate at the highest of standards.




Scott, the programme co-ordinator and head teacher at Cools Swim School trains all staff the methods he has learnt over the past 30 years in the industry. His qualifications include - Silver Level Swimming Coach - ASCTA, Austswim Assessor, CPR Examiner, Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety, Teacher of Infants and Pre School Aquatics, Austswim Teacher of Disabilities, Access and Inclusion, RLSSA Swim and Survive examiner, Swimming Pool Superintendent, Pool Plant Operator, First Aid, CPR. All teachers have qualifications with Austswim or Swim Australia and hold CPR certificates and Working with Children cards.