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Swimming staff on summer camp usually combine the responsibilities of coaching with being a cabin counselor. Working on the waterfront is one of the best places to be at camp!
As a swimming instructor, you will be teaching skills and giving lessons for four or more hours each day, normally in hour-long periods. In addition, if your camp organises a swim team, campers will try out to represent their camp in inter-camp tournaments and swim meets throughout the summer. You may be asked to coach the teams. On other camps, swimming may be a purely recreational, fun activity.
Camps are looking for:
Swim staff are expected to be:
For swim teaching, previous experience of teaching swimming and ASA teaching awards are helpful.
RLSS Pool Lifeguard award, or similar lifesaving qualification.
Many camps run Red Cross lifeguard and teaching courses prior to camp to ensure that staff have valid US certifications.
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