Learning to swim and water safety is considered a prerequisite for children living on the Sunshine Coast.
At NCC early swimmers, we know the importance of keeping children safe, being confident in and around water and assisting swimmers to take it to the next level.
NCC’s early swimmers Centre provides a range of group learning and developmental classes catering for all ages and abilities, from six months to adults, in a pleasantly heated pool all year round. Classes are held daily by our qualified and experienced instructors in a relaxed and safe environment.
Integral to our class structure is the promotion of water awareness, confidence, independence, water safety, stroke development and fitness. Living on the Sunshine Coast, our children are surrounded by a variety of water activities, and to ensure they grow up confident and capable, we recommend parents enrol them in classes from a young age. Classes are offered on a term basis, and students must reach a minimum competency to progress to the next level.
At NCC early swimmers our focus is on the care and wellbeing of your child, teaching them essential safety skills, developing water confidence and strokes with our highly experienced and professional teachers.
Available for children as young as six months of age, our lessons are fun and structured in a warm, nurturing environment.
Janine De loas
Janine is a qualified Swim Australia Instructor, including Baby and Toddler, Competitive Strokes, and Lifeguard, she is currently working towards other qualifications in the field.
Janine enjoys the challenge and joy of watching the children develop and grow their skills in a safe and fun environment.
Jake van der Vliet
Jake is a former NCC student who graduated in 2016. Jake is a five time school sportsman of the year and a six time senior school swimming age champion.
Jake is dedicated to helping young swimmers reach their full potential and is also aiming to improve his own coaching skills and knowledge along the way.
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