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Level 1 Swimming Assistant (Teaching) Residential Course for Deaf Young People

30th November 2017

The National Deaf Children’s Society is holding a residential course for deaf young people aged 16 - 25 to achieve a Level 1 Swimming Assistant (Teaching) qualification. Young people will spend four days learning swimming theory and technique, as well as getting hands on experience of teaching swimming with a fully qualified and deaf-aware swimming tutor. Communication support will be provided.

The course will run in Cannock from Monday 19th February to Friday 23rd February. Young people must be able to attend the whole course. Accommodation, food and travel during the course will be arranged by NDCS. The cost of this course is approximately £700 per person. The National Deaf Children’s Society is subsidising a large portion of this cost and asking for a contribution of £200.00 per person.

I have attached an application pack with full details about the course and how to apply. Applications are open now and will close 9am on Thursday 30th November.

Please help us to reach more deaf young people through

  • Email
  • Social media
  • Your website
  • Upcoming newsletters
  • Your network of professional contacts

The application pack can also be downloaded from our website.

If you have any questions at all please do not hesitate to contact me and I will be happy to help.

Best wishes

Ashleigh

Ashleigh Scott

Swimming Development Officer

The National Deaf Children's Society

Vincent House, 92-93 Edward Street, Birmingham, B1 2RA

Direct Line 0121 234 6225 (voice)

Mobile 07808 797 885

Email ashleigh.scott@ndcs.org.uk

Switchboard 0121 234 9820 (voice and text)

www.ndcs.org.uk

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