Coaching & Development
ASA Level 1 Award in Teaching Aquatics
This course leads to a vocational qualification designed to provide you with an introduction to the knowledge, skills and understanding of the safe and ethical principles for effective teaching practises in aquatics. As an aspiring teacher this qualification will equip you with the knowledge and tools to actively support a more senior qualified, experienced teacher of aquatics, at any level, in the delivery of a pre-prepared session.
IMPORTANT: PLEASE READ ALL COURSE DETAILS CAREFULLY BEFORE APPLYING
- External Candidates: £395.00
- Leeds Beckett Student/Staff: £370.00
|Thursday 29 November 2018||09:00 - 17:00|
|Friday 30 November 2018||10:00 - 18:30|
|Saturday 1 December 2018||09:00 - 17:00|
|Sunday 2 December 2018||09:00 - 17:00|
- Minimum Age 16
- The candidate must have an interest in developing the swimming skills of young people. This qualification is the pre-requisite to taking a course leading to the Level 2 Certificate in Teaching Aquatics.
Who is it for?/Course Pre-requisites
The ASA Level 1 Swimming Assistant (Teaching) qualification is a practical qualification, which develops the knowledge, skills and abilities needed to be a Swimming Assistant (Teaching).
The candidate must have an interest in developing the swimming skills of young people. This qualification is the pre-requisite to taking a course leading to the Level 2 Certificate in Teaching Aquatics.
For the full course syllabus for this particular qualification please see the British Swimming website www.britishswimming.org, Teachers & Coaching, Qualifications.
This qualification is made up of a series of learning outcomes and assessment criteria. Assessment is through the completion of a series of tasks set by the ASA AB. The purpose of assessment is to ensure that effective learning has taken place to give learners the opportunity to achieve the learning outcomes and assessment criteria.
To achieve this qualification:
All learning outcomes must be achieved
All assessment criteria must be achieved
All evidence produced by the learner must be their own, and in English
Assessment is made up of a series of component parts
1. Theoretical questions
Please note these questions will change during the life of the qualification and be updated using the relevant hyperlink in the qualification specification
2. Observation record
3. Review record
This qualification is not graded. Learners will either meet the requirements and pass or will not meet the requirements and be referred.
- 4 Days
- Carnegie Sports Centre, Headingley Campus, Leeds, LS6 3QQ