Private Swim Instructors Available For Hire in Palma Sola!
Florida Swim Company offers private swim lessons in the privacy of your home pool! Our certified instructors come to your home pool to give you or your little ones one on one swim lessons. Private swim lessons are proven to help children learn more quickly than group swim lessons. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, Florida Swim Company can help you. All of our instructors are certified through the American Red Cross or an institution with the same valor. Your instructor may be certified in one or all of the following:
- First Aid
- Water Aerobics
“I Don’t Have Time For Swim Lessons”
Florida Swim Company has swim instructors available every day… even weekends! We understand that life can get pretty busy. We make sure that everyone who wants to, can get swim lessons! The registration process is simple and easy. Once you’ve registered online, a Florida Swim Company team member will email you with a draft schedule. Once you’ve decided on a schedule that fits your needs, you are all set! You do not have to do anything further, other than be home at the dates and times discussed. You will be learning to swim in no time!
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Source: Houston Swim Club
1. Sign your child up for swim lessons!!
Swim Lessons could save your child’s life! Make sure you get them in swim lessons at a young age. It is vital that they understand that water, while very pretty and cool to play in, is dangerous! Make sure that getting your child in swim lessons is on the top of your list, especially if your home has a pool.
2. Know where your child is at all times.
All too often, we see parents that do not supervise their children while they are in the pool. An accident only takes a second and a tragedy less than that. We ask that parents be within 3 feet of your child if they are not a strong swimmer, or a non-swimmer.
3. Make the pool you have safer.
If you have a pool at your residence inhabited by children, we recommend that you put up a fence that is at least 5 feet tall and impossible to climb. That being said, children are crafty and can find a way to get on or in anything. Yes, children can still climb locked pool stairs. Always keep an eye on your children when they are in and around the pool and don’t leave pool floats in the pool when not in use. This can result in a good swimmer not being able to get up for breath!
4. Never rely on flotation devices, EVER!
Flotation devices, such as floaties, rafts, water wings, noodles and inner tubes are not to be trusted! Yes, they are nice to relax on once you know your way around the water, but they can pop and render your child helpless. Water wings also teach children to swim vertically instead of horizontally, which can lead to them not being able to get back to the pool wall, even if they are very close.
5. Have some safety gear, just in case.
Always have a phone handy while you are near or in water. If EMS is needed, you can easily summon them by calling 911. Have something that can be extended to the person in distress. It is not a good idea to go into the water to retrieve them because while they are panicking, they may drown you while trying to get air… and then EMS has two people to save. Lastly, get CPR certified! CPR is an amazing skill that can save someone’s life!
Private, at home swim lessons in are available throughout Manatee County cities including:
- Holmes Beach
- Bradenton Beach
- Palma Sola
- West Bradenton
- Bayshore Gardens
- Lakewood Ranch
- Long Boat Key