Safety is everything. Children can never be 100% safe around the water, so our mission is to educate the public regarding aquatic safety and make them safer, whilst providing quality learn to swim lessons for all. Our aim is that all local children will learn to swim, and our greatest hope is to work together as a community to see the drowning statistics reduced to zero. NEPEAN AQUATIC CENTRE AND EVA BORY'S SWIM SCHOOLS ARE THE PROUD RECIPIENTS OF THE AUSTRALIAN SWIM SCHOOLS SAFER SWIMMING AWARD IN 2016, AND THE PROUD RECIPIENTS OF THE AUSTRALIAN SWIM SCHOOLS COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD IN 2018, FOR OUR WATER SAFETY EDUCATION IN SCHOOLS, PRESCHOOLS, DAYCARE CENTRES AND THE WIDER COMMUNITY.
Have we visited your child’s school or preschool this year to teach them about water safety? It’s fun and its free! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a date. CLICK TO VIEW VIDEO! CLICK HERE FOR THE KIDS ALIVE SAFETY SONG AND VIDEO! Safety is of paramount importance, and we need to educate re swim safety messages […]
Nepean Aquatic Centre and Eva Borys Swim School are both registered Swim Australia Swim Schools. We participate annually in Swim Australia’s SwimSAFER week – 16-22 November this year. We incorporate safety elements in our lesson plans 52 weeks per year, and as such, do not modify our lessons for swim safety weeks – we are […]
The Australian Swim Schools Association’s SAFERwater Warriors are on a mission to help spread important water safety messages! SUPERVISION Saves Lives “Keep a watchful eye out always, and even more so as summer approaches!” A wise message from Skye, our SAFERwater Warrior who champions Adult Supervision. She reminds us all that an adult needs to […]
Ideal for all parents, grandparents and carers, especially those with a backyard pool. Would you know what to do in an emergency? Ideal for anyone who requires a CPR certificate for their employment (required to be renewed yearly). Instruction by a Royal Lifesaving Society qualified trainer and assessor. Courses are usually held on the first […]
Holders of the Bronze Medallion award are recognised as having gained a minimum standard as a qualified lifesaver. Minimum age is 14 (turning 14 in year award is undertaken) and it is advantageous if candidates hold the Senior Swim and Survive and Bronze Star awards. The Bronze Star is a secondary student award designed to […]
Ever considered fun and rewarding casual work teaching a valuable skill for life? Do you enjoy working with children? The AUSTSWIM certificate is the industry standard for swimming and water safety teachers, and is recognised in each state and territory of Australia and many countries overseas. We are always looking for quality new staff to […]