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Swim Safer Stage 2

SwimSafer Stage 2 is the second stage of the SwimSafer program and is designed for participants who have successfully completed Stage 1 or have equivalent swimming proficiency. This stage builds upon the fundamental skills and knowledge acquired in Stage 1 and aims to further develop swimming proficiency and water safety skills.

During SwimSafer Stage 2, participants will learn intermediate swimming strokes such as the backstroke and sidestroke, as well as survival skills such as treading water for an extended period of time. They will also learn to perform more complex water skills such as diving and performing a forward roll entry into the water. In addition, participants will learn about water safety rules and practices, as well as how to perform rescue techniques such as reaching and throwing assists. The program places a strong emphasis on developing safe and responsible swimming behavior and promotes the importance of being aware of potential hazards in and around the water. Upon successful completion of SwimSafer Stage 2, participants will receive a certificate indicating their level of swimming proficiency and water safety knowledge. Overall, SwimSafer Stage 2 is an excellent continuation of the program for participants who have already developed a foundation in swimming and wish to further enhance their skills and knowledge to become more proficient swimmers and promote safer swimming practices.


Perform the following sequence:

  • Swim 25m on front(alternating arms and legs or simultaneous arms and legs)

  • Swim on the back 15m (alternating arms and legs or simultaneous arms and legs)

Sequence 2A (w/o goggles)

Perform the following sequence:

  •  Enter the water with step-in entry

  • Front float for 10 secs,

  • Swim 5m on front, rollover

  • Perform back float for 10 sec

  • Swim 5m on back,

  • Scull, float or tread water for 30sec

  • Recover an object (in chest deep water)

  • Resurface and exit safely from pool

Sequence 2B (w/o goggles)

Dressed in swimwear, shorts and t-shirt demonstrate:

  • Swim 15m using any survival stroke and exit safely from water

  • Correctly fit a PFD and jump into the water (at least 1.4m deep),

  • Swim 25m with PFD and climb out of the water

If you’d like more information about our programme, get in touch today.

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