How A Part Time Job Has Turned into A Passion + Career
Online media publication The Fold Southern Highlands caught up with Liz after her class [+ the super cute dinosaur and mermaid songs she sang with the preschool-aged kids] to chat about life as a swimming instructor, what she loves about it so much and got some awesome advice for parents on what to consider when selecting a swim school for their child. Read what The Fold discovered and enjoy their awesome photos!
1. Why did you decide to become a swim teacher? It’s quite different to your original career, isn’t it?
2. Were you ever a competitive swimmer?
3. So, you started as a trainee and then worked/swam your way up, right?
4. So, you’d definitely recommend becoming a swim teacher to someone who was thinking about it?
5. That’s a great benefit….
6. Well, you’ve been here seven years now so that’s saying something….
7. Wow, you’re right. When you put it like that, it has so much more meaning.
8. What advice would you give to parents about choosing a swim school for their child?
9. Thanks Liz! To finish off, what do you love most about your job?
Interested in becoming a swim teacher?
Okay, if anyone is keen to look at becoming a swim teacher, get in touch with the Aquabliss Frensham team on 4872 3672 or visit this page here.
Interested in enrolling in learn to swim lessons?
And if you’re looking for swim school for your child or for yourself [yep, they do adult swim classes too!], you can contact Aquabliss Frensham here to start the enrolment process.
And if you aren’t living in the wonderful Southern Highlands, Aquabliss have swim schools in other areas too, have a look here.
Thank You to The Fold Southern Highlands
Aquabliss would like to thank the whole team at The Fold Southern Highlands for this great article and photos. Thank you for highlighting the importance of learning to swim. And thank you for promoting how easy it can be to become a swim teacher. A job where every swim teacher can help to save a life in every single lesson they teach. How rewarding is that!