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Sink or Swim? Take the Plunge !

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    Thumbs up Sink or Swim? Take the Plunge !

    Swimmers who subscribe to our swimming program can be assured that everything has been planned out for them from a fresh new beginner who does not know anything at all to a skilled and fully equipped swimmer who can survive anywhere in the water. Our lessons are planned with a 12-lesson program. You will be able to swim after the first 12 lessons and subsequently; you will learn and acquire all the swimming skills and stroke that are all done within the next 12-lesson program.

    Our lessons and classes are basically classified into 2 premier categories which are for non-swimmers starting as young as 4 years old

    1.0 Learn to Swim
    1.1 Beginners (SSC Elementary Level 1)
    1.2 Learners (SSC Elementary Level 2)
    1.3 Intermediate (SSC Intermediate Level 1 & 2)
    1.4 Advance (NASSA Bronze Award)
    1.5 Elite (NASSA Silver and Gold Awards)

    and swimmers who have achieved the GOLD award of NASSA (National Survival Swimming Awards)

    2.0 Lifesaving Skills
    2.1 Lifesaving 1, 2 & 3
    2.2 Bronze Medallion

    Most important of all, our lessons and classes are all systematically planned and taught by our experienced instructors who are either graduates or undergraduates of the renowned Universities of Singapore (National University of Singapore, National Technological University and Royal Melbourne Institute Of Technology University.) which is also the main reason why we are very result oriented.

    Please visit www.learntoswimm.com or call us at 92748826 for more details
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