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Lisa McDowell

Swim World Swim Instructor

Lisa is a fully qualified swimming instructor who has been DBS checked and has has earned the National Rescue Award for Swimming Teachers and Coaches

“I first qualified as a level 1 swimming instructor in 2003 and then went on to have my daughter in 2004. When she became a bit older I decided I wanted to teach swimming full time and qualified as a level 2 instructor in 2009. I have been teaching full time since 2009 and set up my Swim School in Netherne in January 2010. I teach for Prep schools, State schools and Private swim schools in and around the Sevenoaks area. Swim World started running at Netherne on the Hill in January 2010.” Lisa built up her swim school by word of mouth from the residents within the development. Children’s group lessons start from the age of 3 years old. Adults private swimming lessons can be arranged to suit your schedule. Lisa loves her job and wants the best for her swimmers whether you are 3 or 103 years old. Swimming as an important skill that everyone should learn. Classes are based on ability and follow the ASA learn to swim pathway.

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Lorraine Cooper

My name is Lorraine;

I started swimming from a very young age. My parents saw swimming as a life skill, which I instil into my 3 children too (Aged 11, 9 & 7). I believe that swimming is an important skill that children & adults alike should have & everyone should have the opportunity to learn.

Throughout secondary school I was part of the swim team. I would train 5 days a week, mornings, lunchtimes and after school. Swimming was a big part of my life.  I swam competitively for 4 years as a backstroke swimmer. My greatest achievement was to swim in Regionals. At every opportunity I would compete.

I found my love for swimming again when my children started lessons at school. I would assist during their lessons at school. Watching them have fun in the pool and learning a skill at the same time without realising they are amazing.

I’m more at home in the water, it’s amazing how free you can feel. I find it’s a great way to exercise, clear your mind and have time to yourself when you need it. But it’s also a great way to bond with your child/Children be it through lessons or fun

As an instructor, I am nurturing and patient. I enjoy teaching beginner classes; it’s so rewarding to see their faces light up when they are having fun. I will ease their fears and encourage them to try new tasks and have fun while learning. With my improvers I like to encourage them to find their abilities to reach their goals.

My qualifications:

ASA level 1 Swimming assistant
ASA level 2 Swimming Teacher
Safeguarding Children, young people & Vulnerable adults’ qualification
Parent Baby/Child qualification
STA Teaching adults’ qualification
ASA level 2 People with disabilities qualification
NRASTC
1st Aid training
Member of Swim England (ISO) & STA
Enhanced DBS Check

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