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The water culture in Australia means learning to swim is an important survival skill, and the Armadale Aquatic Centre is an ideal place to learn. Armdale Swim School is endorsed by the Swim and Survive program. All of the instructors are fully qualified and undertake ongoing training. They are equipped to teach stroke efficiency, water safety and valuable survival skills. The program thrives as it consists of a team of knowledgeable, passionate, and approachable swim teachers dedicated to seeing your child succeed. We also cater to adults, so whether you are complete beginner or want some lessons to develop your stroke technique, we can help!
As Armadale Swim School prides itself in having small class numbers, spaces are limited, so call the Armadale Aquatic Centre to complete an over the phone enrolment today or visit us during opening hours.
Armadale Aquatic Centre Opens Monday 10 October 2016 for the 2016/17 season
- Tuesdays and Thursdays
- 7 March - 6 April
- 10 Lessons
- Mondays and Wednesdays
- 8 March - 5 April
- 9 Lessons
All lessons run for 30 minutes. Class times depend on swim levels and costs are dependent on the length of the series.
For more information on specific times and costs contact the Aquatic Centre on 9394 5850.
Swimming classes designed specifically for people with disabilities.
- Encouraging water safety and fun in the pool.
- Endorsed by Swim and Survive Royal Life Saving Society.
- Special assessment of students ability.
- Suitable for adults and children.
- Small classes.
- Heated pools.
- Qualified instructors.
- Adult classes
- Parent and baby classes
- Private lessons
Contact Armadale Aquatic Centre on 9394 5850 or email email@example.com. For out of season enquiries contact 9394 5851.
Instructors will meet you/your children on the grassed area next to the meeting room. Gather near your instructor’s number.
If you would like to discuss yours or your child’s progress, then approach your instructor briefly after the lesson or organise a suitable time, so as not to cause delays to the next class.
Notify your instructor of any medical conditions before beginning the class.
Certificates will be presented on the last lesson. Inform your instructor if you require the certificate to be posted.
What to bring
Swimming attire, rashie, sun cream, towel, goggles/ear plugs/ear bands if required. Please tie children’s hair.
Change of days/series
If you require a change of days or series please advise Swim School before the fourth lesson. This option is not available thereafter. An administration fee may apply.
Make up lessons
Due to sickness or injury make up lessons may be arranged.
Advise the Swim School if you or your child will miss a lesson as soon as possible by contacting 9394 5850 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refunds may be given for sickness or injury. A medical certificate must be provided. Refunds will only apply to the lessons after the date the Swim School were notified. An administration fee will apply. If you simply change your mind you may forfeit your payment or the option to change the series.
For all enquiries contact the Aquatic Center on 9394 5850. For out of season enquiries contact 9394 5851 or 9394 5852.