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Fall 2014 Swimming Lesson Guide

Register online for programs by logging on to our website. Registrations are also accepted by phone and in person.

Registration for Spring program begins Registration for Fall Monday, March 17,program 2014, 5 begins p.m. Monday, August 25,of 2014, a.m. (Classes begin the week March8:30 24, 2014) (Classes begin the week of September 20, 2014)

905 688 5550, x4060 | brocku.ca/recreation-services/aquatics

1


Register Online!

Why stand in line or wait for a free phone line? Registration opens Monday, August 25, at 8:30 a.m. Log on to brocku.ca/recreation-services and click on the Online registration link. To Set-up your account: 1. If you have registered in a Recreation Services course previously, and we have your current e-mail address on file, you can use the “Forgot My Password” function on the Login tab. Your Account PIN and Login ID will then be e-mailed to you. If you have changed your email address, please call 905688-5550 x4060 to update your account. 2. If you are a brand new guest, click on Create New. 3. You will need your Account PIN, Login ID, and a Visa or MasterCard for payment. 4. A credit card is required to register online; however, you may choose to visit the Walker Complex Welcome Desk in person to pay by cash, cheque or debit card. To Register: 1. Click on the Register for Programs button. 2. Find the program you want. 3. Click on the Register button. 4. Go to the Select a Client drop-down list and select the person to be registered in the program.

Private Lessons

Swimmer and instructor will work together to achieve the skills and endurance required for the Lifesaving Society swim level.

You may then: 1. Register additional people for the same program by clicking on the “Add Another Client to This Program” box and go back to step 4 above; 2. Search for another program by clicking on the “Add a Program” box which will take you back to the “Select a Program” tab and start at step 2 above; 3. Clear all selections by clicking on the “Clear all Selections” box. 4. Complete the Registration by clicking on the “Complete Registration” box. 5. Click on the “Make a Payment” button and make your payment by selecting the appropriate credit card type, enter the credit card number and the expiry date. Click on the “Complete Transaction” button. 6. Your receipt will then be displayed on screen. You can print a copy of your receipt by clicking on the print button at the bottom of the screen. 7. To logout of the system, click on the Logout button at the top of the screen. Always remember to logout after completing your Recreation Services online Registration session.

Registrations are also accepted by phone 905-688-5550, x 4060 or in person.

Semi-Private Lessons

Students of a similar age and skill level (no more than one level apart, i.e., Swimmer 1 and 2) can register together. Register your child and provide the name of the second child. You must phone in to register the second child for the class (905-688-5550 x4060). In the case where the second child is from another family, you must ask the parent of that child to phone in the registration.

Code

Day

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21347

Sa

9-9:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21348

Sa

9:30-10 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21349

Sa

10-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Code

Day

21350

Sa

10:30-11 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21385

21351

Sa

11-11:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21386

21352

Sa

11:30-12 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21353

Sa

12-12:30 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21354

Sa

12:30-1 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

21355

Tu

4:30-5 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

21356

Tu

5-5:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

21357

Tu

5:30-6 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

21358

Tu

6-6:30 pm

21359

Tu

6:30-7 pm

21360

Tu

21361

Tu

21362 21363

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

Sa

9-9:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Sa

9:30-10 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21387

Sa

10-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21388

Sa

10:30-11 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Oct 18, 25

21389

Sa

11-11:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

n/a

21390

Sa

11:30-12 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

8

n/a

21391

Sa

12-12:30 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

8

n/a

21392

Sa

12:30-1 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21371

Tu

4:30-5 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21372

Tu

5-5:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

7-7:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21373

Tu

5:30-6 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

7:30-8 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21374

Tu

6-6:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

Th

4:30-5 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21375

Tu

6:30-7 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

Th

5-5:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21376

Tu

7-7:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21364

Th

5:30-6 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21377

Tu

7:30-8 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21365

Th

6-6:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21378

Th

4:30-5 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21366

Th

6:30-7 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21379

Th

5-5:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21367

Th

7-7:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21380

Th

5:30-6 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21368

Th

7:30-8 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21381

Th

6-6:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21382

Th

6:30-7 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21383

Th

7-7:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21384

Th

7:30-8 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

$140 ($135 Brock student)

$115 per child ($110 per child - Brock student)

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Child and Youth programs Parent and Tot (2-3 yrs.)

Structured in-water interaction between parent and child stresses the importance of play in developing water positive attitudes and skills. Lifesaving Society Water Smart® tips are given to keep your child safe in an aquatic setting. Parent participation is required. A swim diaper must be worn by children who are not toilet trained.

Preschool C (3-4 yrs.)

Youngsters will learn side rolls and jumping into deep water while wearing a Personal Floatation Device. They will recover objects from the bottom of the pool in waist-deep water and work on kicking and gliding through the water on their front and back. Prerequisite: Completed Preschool B.

Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

Code

Days

21397

Sa

10-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21421

21398

Sa

11-11:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21422

21395

Tu

5-5:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21396

Th

5-5:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

$47

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

Sa

9:30-10 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Sa

10:30-11 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21415

Sa

11:30-12 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21416

Sa

12:30-1 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21417

Tu

5-5:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21418

Tu

6-6:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21419

Th

5-5:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21420

Th

6-6:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

$53

Preschool A (3-4 yrs.)

Preschoolers will have fun learning to get in and out of the water, jump into chest deep water, float on their front and back, and glide on their back while wearing a Personal Floatation Device. They’ll get their face wet and blow bubbles underwater.

Preschool D (3-4 yrs.)

Advanced preschoolers will learn to solo jump into deeper water and get out by themselves. They’ll also learn side roll entries, how to open their eyes underwater, and master a short 3–5 m swim on their front as well as gliding and kicking on their side. Prerequisite: Completed Preschool C.

Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21406

Sa

9-9:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Code

Days

21400

Sa

10-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21428

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

Sa

9:30-10 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Sa

10:30-11 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21401

Sa

11-11:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21430

21402

Sa

12-12:30 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21429

Sa

11:30-12 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Sa

12:30-1 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21399

Tu

4:30-5 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21423

21403

Tu

5:30-6 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21424

Tu

5-5:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

Tu

6-6:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21404

Th

4:30-5 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21425

21405

Th

5:30-6 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21426

Th

5-5:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21427

Th

6-6:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

$53

$53

Preschool B (3-4 yrs.)

Jumping into chest deep water unassisted, submerging and exhaling underwater, entering and exiting the water wearing a Personal Floatation Device, and gliding on front and back are the next steps to your preschooler learning how to swim. Prerequisite: Completed Preschool A.

Preschool E (3-4 yrs.)

Children will learn how to do a forward roll entry wearing a PFD and hold their breath underwater for up to 10 seconds. They will work on longer front and back crawl swims, interval training and whip kick. Prerequisite: Completed Preschool D. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21435

Sa

9:30-10 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Sa

9-9:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21440

Sa

10:30-11 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Sa

10-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21439

Sa

11:30-12 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21409

Sa

11-11:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21436

Sa

12:30-1 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21410

Sa

12-12:30 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21433

Tu

5-5:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21407

Tu

4:30-5 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21437

Tu

6-6:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21411

Tu

5:30-6 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21438

Th

5-5:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21412

Th

4:30-5 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21434

Th

6-6:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21413

Th

5:30-6 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

$53

Code

Days

21414 21408

$53

3


Swimmer 1 (5-12 yrs.)

Beginners will become comfortable jumping into water with and without a Personal Floatation Device. They will learn to open their eyes, exhale and hold their breath underwater. They will work on floats, glides and kicking through the water on their front and back. Prerequisite: Beginner (5-12 yrs.)

Swimmer 2 (5-12 yrs.)

These advanced beginners will jump into deeper water, learn to fall sideways into the water wearing a Personal Floatation Device and learn to support themselves at the surface without an aid. They will also be introduced to whip kick, flutter kick interval training, and swim 10–15 m on their front and back. Prerequisite: Swimmer 1 or Preschool D or E.

Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21453

Sa

9-9:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

Sa

9-9:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21457

Sa

9:30-10 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21473

21455

Sa

10-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21474

Sa

9:30-10 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Sa

10-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21444

Sa

10:30-11 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21463

21458

Sa

11-11:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21464

Sa

10:30-11 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Sa

11-11:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21445

Sa

11:30-12 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21477

21454

Sa

12-12:30 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21465

Sa

11:30-12 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Sa

12-12:30 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21446

Sa

12:30-1 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21475

21447

Tu

4:30-5 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21466

Sa

12:30-1 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Tu

4:30-5 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21456

Tu

5-5:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21467

21449

Tu

5:30-6 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21476

Tu

5-5:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

Tu

5:30-6 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21448

Tu

6-6:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21469

21441

Tu

6:30-7 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21468

Tu

6-6:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

Tu

6:30-7 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21450

Th

4:30-5 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21460

21451

Th

5-5:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21470

Th

4:30-5 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

Th

5-5:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21442

Th

5:30-6 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21471

21452

Th

6-6:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21461

Th

5:30-6 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

n/a

21472

Th

6-6:30 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21462

Th

6:30-7 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21443

Th

6:30-7 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

$53

$53

Swimmer 3 (5-12 yrs.)

Junior swimmers will learn to dive and do in-water front somersaults. Their new bag of tricks includes handstands and completion of the Canadian Swim to Survive® Standard. They will work on a 10–15 m front crawl, back crawl and whip kick. Flutter kick interval training increases to 4 x 25 m. Prerequisite: Swimmer 2.

Swimmer 4 (5-12 yrs.)

Intermediate swimmers will swim 5 m underwater and lengths of front crawl, back crawl, whip kick, and breaststroke arms with breathing. They will cap it all off with front crawl sprints over 25 m and 4 x 25 m front or back crawl interval training. Prerequisite: Swimmer 3.

Code

Day

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

Code

Day

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21488

Sa

9-9:45 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21503

Sa

9-9:45 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21489

Sa

9:45-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21495

Sa

9:45-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21492

Sa

10:30-11:15 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21496

Sa

10:30-11:15 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21491

Sa

11:15 am-12 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21502

Sa

11:15 am-12 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21490

Sa

12-12:45 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21497

Sa

12-12:45 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21482

Tu

5:30-6:15 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21500

Tu

5:30-6:15 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21483

Tu

6:15-7 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21499

Tu

6:15-7 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21484

Tu

7-7:45 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21498

Tu

7-7:45 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21485

Th

5:30-6:15 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21493

Th

5:30-6:15 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21486

Th

6:15-7 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21494

Th

6:15-7 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21487

Th

7-7:45 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21501

Th

7-7:45 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

$58

$58

For course curriculum, visit brocku.ca/recreation-services/aquatics/swimming-lessons/lessons-for-children

4


Swimmer 5 (5-12 yrs.)

Swimmers will master shallow dives, cannonball entries, eggbeater kick, and in-water backward somersaults. Front and back crawl will be increased to over 50 m swims for each, and breaststroke to 15-25 m. The pace will pick up with 25 m sprints and two interval training bouts of 4 x 50 m front or back crawl, and 4 x 10-15 m breaststroke. Prerequisite: Swimmer 4.

Swimmer 6 (5-12 yrs.)

These advanced swimmers will rise to the challenge of sophisticated aquatic skills including stride entries, compact jumps and lifesaving kicks like eggbeater and scissor kick. They will develop strength in breaststroke sprints over 25 m, swim lengths of front and back crawl, and complete a 300 m workout. Prerequisite: Swimmer 5. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21531

Sa

9:45-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21519

Sa

9:45-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21523

Sa

10:30-11:15 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21513

Sa

10:30-11:15 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21530

Sa

11:15 am-12 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21518

Sa

11:15 am-12 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21529

Sa

12-12:45 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21517

Sa

12-12:45 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21522

Tu

5:30-6:15 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21521

Tu

5:30-6:15 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21525

Tu

6:15-7 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21522

Tu

6:15-7 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21524

Tu

7-7:45 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21514

Tu

7-7:45 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21520

Th

5:30-6:15 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21526

Th

5:30-6:15 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21515

Th

6:15-7 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21527

Th

6:15-7 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21516

Th

7-7:45 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21528

Th

7-7:45 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

$58

Canadian Swim Patrol – Rookie, Ranger or Star (8-12 yrs.)

Children will develop swim strokes and skills while having fun in the challenging world of lifesaving. Swimming strength and efficiency will improve with an emphasis on Water Smart® behaviour. Skill drills enhance capability in the water, physical conditioning and lifesaving judgment. Prerequisite: Canadian Swim to Survive standard. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21534

Sa

9 am-10 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21533

Tu

7 pm-8 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

$59

Junior Lifeguard Club (8-15 yrs.)

This action-packed aquatic challenge is for children who love the water and want more than a traditional lesson. Quick learners, those caught between levels or programs, and youth who thrive in an energetic learning environment are most welcome. JLC was designed for a serious purpose, but the process is pure fun. The club stresses skill development based on personal best achievements. Prerequisite: Canadian Swim to Survive standard. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21535

Th

7 pm-8 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

$60

Lifesaving Sport Fundamentals (8-15 yrs.)

Improve your strokes with 25 m swims of front crawl, back crawl and whip kick. With 100 m workouts and 25 m sprints, fitness levels should increase. Touch and go turns will also be introduced. Hitting a target with a rope, movement with flippers, swimming underneath an obstacle, securing a rescue tube to a manikin and treading water while supporting an object, are some of the sport skills to be enjoyed. Participants should be comfortable in the deep end, able to swim 25 meters and tread water for 45 seconds. Prerequisite: Swimmer 3. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21536

Th

7 pm-8 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

$60

$58

The Children’s Movement Program The Children’s Movement Program incorporates the foundations of physical education, educational gymnastics, creative dance, and developmental games. The movement approach permits a variety of responses to tasks, fostering independence. It allows all children the opportunity to participate within an inclusive environment, aiding them in the development of self-discovery, fundamental movement and social skills. Each week, a new movement concept will direct your child’s movement skills. This unique opportunity for your children will offer them the chance to increase their movement potential and advance their social skills using a whole child approach to activities. Upper year university students will guide your children in developing new ways to move, develop transferrable skills, problem-solve and be creative. Parents or guardians are invited to observe their children while they participate. Children in the 1-2 age group must be accompanied in the activities by a parent/guardian. For children who have a special need... Volunteer movement partners (university students) are available to provide one-on-one interaction with your child and provide appropriate assistance to help your child actively participate in the program. Classes are offered on Saturday mornings. For more information on this program or to register, pick up a pamphlet from the Walker Complex Welcome Desk or visit brocku.ca/recreation services

5


Learn to Dive Level 1

This nationally recognized award for all age groups includes four skill levels with Bronze, Silver, Gold and Merit components. Learn progressive diving skills, poise, confidence and safety. Prerequisite: Swimmer 4 Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21538 21539

Sa

9-9:45 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Sa

9:45-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21537

Th

5:30-6:15 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

$59

Learn to Dive Level 2

Prerequisite: Learn to Dive level 1 Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21540

Sa

9:45-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21541

Th

6:15-7 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

$59

Learn to Dive Level 3

Prerequisite: Learn to Dive level 2

Brock Niagara Synchro Pre-Competitive

Enjoy a great introduction to a unique and challenging sport and build strong basic team Synchro skills while having fun. Physical and artistic challenges will prepare you to join a competitive team in the future. Your choreographed routine will be presented at our year end water show and recreational meets. Prerequisite: Swim Synchro 2 or equivalent. Code

Day

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21546

M

6:30-8:30 pm

Sep 22-Nov 17

8

Oct 13

$109

Teen programs Teen 1 (10-16 yrs.)

Learn how to swim in a class with your peers! In each level you will work towards progressive skill techniques, front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke, fitness and interval training. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21695

Sa

12-12:45 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

Tu

7:15-8 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21694

21542

Sa

10:30-11:15 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

$59

$59

Teen 2 (10-16 yrs.)

Learn to Dive Level 4

Prerequisite: Teen 1

Prerequisite: Learn to Dive level 3 Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21543

Sa

11:15 am-12 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

$59

Work on core planning and basic creative skills with topics such as Ariana’s Underwater Challenge and WOW! You’ll also have an opportunity to earn ‘Ariana’ badges. Prerequisite: Swimmer 4 Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21544

Sa

9-9:45 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

$59

Swim Synchro Level 2

You will begin to put together foot first entries with music appreciation, travelling and transitions as part of a creative routine. Skills include hand stands, tub position, a 360° cookie turn, egg beater and creative arms. Prerequisite: Swim Sychro Level 1 Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21545

Sa

9:45-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

$59

Swim Synchro Level 3

Choreograph a 45 second routine to music using the skills you will develop and incorporating new ideas. You will attempt to cover 15 metres of the pool. Prerequisite: Swim Sychro Level 2 Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21702

Sa

10:30-11:15 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

6

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

Sa

12-12:45 pm

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21697

Tu

7:15-8 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

$59

Swim Synchro Level 1

$59

Code 21696


Competitive Child, Youth, Teen

Leadership Courses Bronze Star (8-12 yrs.)

In this high-performance training geared to skilled preteens, prepare for success in Bronze Medallion by developing problem-solving and decision-making skills, and learn lifesaving skills needed to be a lifeguard. Ability is the only prerequisite. Prior training in our Canadian Swim Patrol is beneficial. Prerequisite: Swim Patrol recommended. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21549

Sa

9 am-10:30 am

Sep 20-Nov 22

8

Oct 18, 25

21548

Tu

6:30-8 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

$79 ($74 Brock student)

Canadian Lifesaving Manual: $43

Olympic Way (7-12 yrs.)

Part of the Brock Niagara Aquatics competitive program Enter this exciting world of competitive swimming where coaches present the techniques of the sport (competitive strokes, starts, and turns) in combination with an introductory fitness program. Prerequisite: LSS Swimmer 5 or equivalent. Registration includes one team t-shirt per school year. Code

Days

Times

Dates

No Class

21703

MW

5:45-7 pm

Sep 22-Dec 1

Oct 13

21704

TuTh

4:15-5:30 pm

Sep 23-Nov 27

n/a

$150

Teen Competitive Skills (13 and over)

Part of the Brock Niagara Aquatics competitive program Are you interested in improving your fitness level or competitive swimming skills? This class is perfect for high school athletes and also includes swimming basics for triathlons. Prerequisite: LSS Swimmer 5 or equivalent, Olympic Way, high school or summer swim team experience or equivalent background. Code 21547

Days

Times

Dates

No Class

MWF

7:00-8:30 pm (MW) 4:45-6 pm (F)

Sep 22-Dec 3

Oct 13, 31

Bronze Medallion

Gain an understanding of the lifesaving principles embodied in the four components of water rescue education – judgement, knowledge, skill and fitness. Rescuers learn tows and carries, as well as defence methods and releases in preparation for challenging rescues of increased risk involving conscious and unconscious victims of various types. Lifesavers develop stroke efficiency and endurance in a 500 m timed swim. Prerequisite: 13 years of age by the exam date or Bronze Star certification. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21551

Sa

10:30 am-1:30 pm

Sep 20-Nov 29

9

Oct 18, 25

21550

M

6-9 pm

Sep 22-Nov 24

9

Oct 13

21552

SaSu

9 am-4 pm

Sep 27-Oct 5

4

n/a

$107 ($102 Brock student)

Canadian Lifesaving Manual: $43

Have your LSS ID# ready at time of registration.

$196

Brock Niagara Aquatics - Competitive swimming team

A year-round club for swimmers of all ages and ability levels ranging from novice to international including varsity athletes and swimmers with a disability. For more information, contact the club at 905-688-5550, x3244/4060 or at brockswimming@brocku.ca For more information on Brock Niagara Aquatics please visit

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Bronze Cross

Designed for lifesavers who want the challenge of more advanced training including an introduction to safe supervision in aquatic facilities. Bronze Cross is a prerequisite for all advanced training programs including National Lifeguard and Instructor certification. Includes a timed 600 m swim. Prerequisite: Bronze Medallion, Emergency First Aid CPR B from either Lifesaving Society or Canadian Red Cross or St. John’s Ambulance or Canadian Ski Patrol First Aid certification. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21554

Sa

10:30 am-1:30 pm

Sep 20-Nov 29

9

Oct 18, 25

21553

M

6-9 pm

Sep 22-Nov 24

9

Oct 13

21555

SaSu

9 am-4 pm

Nov 1-9

4

Through classroom learning and in-water practice, you will learn how to help certified instructors with swimming and lifesaving classes. You will be introduced to key principles of learning and teaching and will master basic progressions. Roles and responsibilities of instructors and their assistants are emphasized. You will be required to complete 20 hours of apprentice teaching. Prerequisite: 14 years of age by the end of the course, and Bronze Cross (or higher) certification. Code

Days

Times

Date

Classes

No Class

21564

W

6-9 pm

Sep 24-Nov 12

8

n/a

$140 ($135 Brock student)

n/a

Instructor Pac: $75

$115 ($110 Brock student)

Canadian Lifesaving Manual: $43

Swim for Life Instructor/Bronze Family Instructor

Bronze Cross Recertification

A current Bronze Cross is required to be an Assistant Lifeguard in Ontario. Bronze Cross is a required prerequisite for National Lifeguard, Assistant Instructor and Lifesaving Society Instructor. Bronze Cross does not need to be current to recertify. Code

Days

Times

Date

Classes

No Class

21556

M

6 pm-9 pm

Nov 3-24

4

n/a

$55 ($50 Brock student)

National Lifeguard

Valid in all provinces and recognized as the legal certification for lifeguarding throughout Canada, training consists of core material plus content specific to a working pool environment. Prerequisites: 16 years of age by the exam date, a Bronze Cross certification and Standard First Aid CPR C from either Lifesaving Society or Canadian Red Cross or St. John’s Ambulance or Canadian Ski Patrol certification. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21557

W

5 pm-10 pm

Sep 24-Nov 12

8

n/a

21558

FSaSu

5-10 pm (F) 8:30-5 pm (SaSu)

Nov 21-23 Nov 28-30

6

n/a

$252 ($247 Brock student)

Learn to teach and evaluate basic swim strokes and related skills. You will acquire proven teaching methods, a variety of stroke development drills and correction techniques. Current lifesaving swim instructors are certified to teach and evaluate Parent and Tot, Preschool A-E, Swimmer 1-6, Teen, Adult, and Fitness.

Current Lifesaving Instructors (Bronze family) are certfied to teach and evaluate all items and certify candidates in Canadian Swim Patrol, Bronze Star, Lifesaving Fitness, Basic and Emergency First Aid, and CPR A/B/C. Instructors evaluate skills for Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross and Distinction, but only Examiners may certify candidates in these awards. Prerequisite: must be 16 years of age on or before last day of course, have Bronze Cross or National Lifeguard and Assistant Instructor or Red Cross AWSI or YMCA Assistant Instructor. Code

Days

Times

Date

Classes

21566

FSa Su

6-10 pm (F) 8:30 am-5 pm (SaSu)

Nov 7-16

6

$238 ($233 Brock student)

Instructor Pac: $75

Aquatic Supervisor Training

As a deck-level supervisor, you will gain knowledge and develop skills (beyond National Lifeguard certification) to manage a safe aquatic environment.

Alert Manual: $45

National Lifeguard Recertification

Ontario Health Regualations require lifeguards to recertify every two years. Participants must bring proof of certification. National Lifeguard does not need to be current to recertify.

Prerequisite: National Lifeguard or Lifesaving Society Instructor (Swim or Lifesaving) certification; and must provide a letter confirming 100 hours of experience from an employer or volunteer agency at the first class.

Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

21559

F

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Sep 26

1

21560

Su

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Sep 28

1

21612

Su

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Nov 2

1

21561

F

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Dec 5

1

Ontario Guide to Public Pool Regulations: $43

21562

Su

8:30 am-12:30 pm

Dec 7

1

21563

Sa

9 am-1 pm

Dec 13

1

Advanced Instructor/Examiner Standards Clinic

National Lifeguard Instructor

National Lifeguard instructors are certified to teach all options of the National Lifeguard certification. Code

Days

Times

Date

Classes

21602

FSaSu

6-10 pm (F), 9 am-5 pm (SSu)

Nov 7-9

3

$145 ($140 Brock student)

Code

Days

Times

Date

Classes

21565

FSa

6-10 pm (F) 9 am-3:30 pm(Sa)

Oct 17-18

2

$92 ($87 Brock student)

$72 ($67 Brock student)

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Assistant Instructor

This course provides additional training for instructors who wish to teach the advanced awards including National Lifeguard and Standard First Aid. The Examiner Standards Clinic focuses primarily on Bronze Medallion, Bronze Cross and Distinction. Advanced Instructor/ESC certification does not need to be recertified. Prerequisite: Lifesaving Instructor certification. Code

Days

Times

Date

Classes

21567

Su

9 am-5 pm

Oct 5

1

$15


First Aid Courses Emergency First Aid CPR B

Learn first aid principles and emergency treatment of injuries including victim assessment, CPR, choking, respiratory and circulatory injuries such as heart attack and stroke, and how to deal with external bleeding. Emergency First Aid is recognized by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

21568

SaSu

9 am-1 pm

Sep 13-14

2

21569

SaSu

9 am-1 pm

Nov 1-2

2

$61 ($56 Brock student)

Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

21570

W

5 pm-10 pm

Oct 8

1

21571

Th

5 pm-10 pm

Nov 20

1

$47 ($42 Brock student)

Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and Public Health Regulations require this award to be recertified every 3 years. Participants must bring proof of certification.

Standard First Aid CPR C-AED

Training is provided on all aspects of first aid and CPR (adult, child, infant) and is designed for those who want an in-depth understanding of first aid such as medical/legal aspects, spinal injuries, heat or cold injuries, bone and joint injuries, abdominal and chest injuries, burns and medical emergencies. Certification is recognized by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board. Training includes prevention, risk management, recognition and treatment for anaphylaxis including how to use an autoinjector (EpiPen and Twinject). Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

21572

SaSu

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Sep 13-Sep 14

2

21586

SaSu

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Sep 20-Sep 21

2

21587

SaSu

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Sep 27-Sep 28

2

21588

SaSu

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Oct 4-Oct 5

2

21589

SaSu

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Oct 18-Oct 19

2

21590

SaSu

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Oct 25-Oct 26

2

21591

SaSu

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Nov 1-Nov 2

2

21592

SaSu

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Nov 8-Nov 9

2

21593

SaSu

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Nov 15-Nov 16

2

21594

SaSu

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Nov 22-Nov 23

2

21595

SaSu

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Nov 29-Nov 30

2

21596

SaSu

8:30 am-5:30 pm

Dec 6-Dec 7

2

Canadian First Aid Manual 2010 version: $15

To maintain a current certification, award holders recertify within 3 years by successfully retaking the practical examination.

Standard First Aid CPR C-AED Recertification

Canadian First Aid Manual 2010 version: $15

$87 ($82 Brock student)

Emergency First Aid CPR B Recertification

Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

21597

Sa

9 am-4 pm

Sep 27

1

21600

Sa

9 am-4 pm

Oct 18

1

21601

Sa

9 am-4 pm

Nov 29

1

$58 ($53 Brock student)

Standard First Aid recertification procedure Current Standard First Aid (SFA) award holders may recertify their Lifesaving Society SFA certification just once on a Lifesaving Society SFA Recertification Course not more than three years from the Standard First Aid date of issue. To renew SFA certifications subsequently, award holders must repeat the full SFA Course. Thereafter, individuals may renew by alternating recertifications and original courses. Holders of Standard First Aid certificates from other agencies may not recertify their certificate on a Lifesaving Society recertification course. They may recertify only with the original certifying agency.

Safeguard (for camp counsellors)

Do you accompany groups of young people to pools or waterfronts as a day camp counselor or counselor-in-training? Learn how to safeguard young people in your care, even while under lifeguard supervision, by focusing on water safety awareness, accident prevention and the principles of aquatic safety supervision. Identify hazards and at-risk behaviours. Recognize potential victims, and how to respond safely in an aquatic emergency. Code

Day

Time

21613

Sa

21614

Sa

$29 Brock student/member

Date

Classes

9 am-1 pm

Nov 8

1

9 am-1 pm

Dec 13

1

$34 non-member

Workout while you wait! Five-use facility punch pass These five-use punch passes are available to adults who accompany children to swimming lessons and allow you access to the Zone Fitness Centre, 200 metre track and tennis courts (seasonal). Save time by arriving dressed and ready to workout. Share your card with your spouse or another parent. Only $15 for five workouts. Find out what you’ve been missing! Visit the Welcome Desk to purchase your pass today!

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Swimming Lessons for Brock Students and Adults Adult 1

Work towards a 10-15 m front and back swim, jump entries from the side of the pool and recovering an object from the bottom of the pool in chest-deep water. Improve your fitness and your flutter kick with 4 x 9-12 m interval training. Prerequisite: 16 years, beginner non-swimmer. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21699

Tu

7:15 pm-8 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

$58 ($53 Brock student or pool member)

Brock students teaching Brock students how to swim

Basic swimming ability is a fundamental requirement in any meaningful attempt to eliminate drowning in Canada. You will learn the minimum skills needed to survive if an unexpected fall into water should occur. This includes floats, glides, basic kicks and strokes while working your way towards achieving the Canadian Swim to Survive standard. You will roll into deep water, tread water for 1 minute and swim 50 metres. Four students per class. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

21636

Tu

4:15-5 pm

Oct 21-Nov 11

4

21637

Th

4:15-5 pm

Oct 23-Nov 13

4

$20 (Brock students only)

Kick it up a notch with two interval training workouts of 4x25 m on your front and back. Perform dive entries and demonstrate breaststroke arms and breathing over 10-15 m. Support yourself on the surface for 1-2 minutes, and show off your handstands in shallow water. Prerequisite: 16 years. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21700

Th

7:15 pm-8 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

$58 ($53 Brock student or pool member)

Adult 3

AquaFit

Added resistance and buoyancy in the water is why this type of exercise is ideal for you. Improve your cardiovascular health, flexibility, muscular strength and toning. Workouts are available in either the shallow or deep end (floatation belts available). No swimming ability needed. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21707

M

12:10-12:50 pm

Sep 22-Nov 17

8

Oct 13

21705

Tu

7:10-7:50 pm

Sep 23-Nov 11

8

n/a

21708

W

12:10-12:50 pm

Sep 24-Nov 12

8

n/a

21706

Th

7:10-7:50 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

21709

F

12:10-12:50 pm

Sep 26-Nov 14

8

n/a

$38 pool member

Adult 2

$43 non-member

Brock students do not have to register for this course but you can drop in after you sign up for the class at the Welcome Desk.

Eggbeater, stride entries and compact jumps will be introduced. Master your front crawl, back crawl and breaststroke while doing 300 m workouts and 25-50 m sprints. Whew! Prerequisite: 16 years. Code

Days

Times

Dates

Classes

No Class

21701

Th

7:15 pm-8 pm

Sep 25-Nov 13

8

n/a

$58 ($53 Brock student or pool member)

Brock Niagara Masters Swim Team

Swimmers meet three times per week for training and competitive opportunities. Workouts are planned by our coaches who are available for your assistance. We accept registrations for the entire year or for each session. Masters swimmers must be 18 years of age or older. Regular schedule is pre-empted or adjusted for special events and holidays (TBA). For information, contact Margie Lizzotti at 905-688-5550, x3555/4060 or mlizzotti@brocku.ca Code

Days

Times

Dates

No Class

21634

MWF

7-8:30 pm (MW) 6-7:30 pm (F)

Sep 22-Nov 21

Oct 13

21635

MWF

7-8:30 pm (MW) 6-7:30 pm (F)

Sep 22-Jun 5

Oct 13, TBA

Fall program fees: $190 ($185 Brock student or pool member) Yearly fee: $545 ($540 Brock student or pool member)

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Refund policy

Unless otherwise specified, refunds for programs already in progress will be issued within the first two weeks of the start date. A $15 administrative fee will be deducted. After two weeks or two classes, refunds may be issued due to extreme circumstances (injury, accident, relocation outside the Niagara Region). Written documentation may be required. Refunds for certification programs will only be issued when the Welcome Desk receives notice of cancellation at least five business days prior to the course start date. This is due to financial commitments to the instructor, the certification governing body, and 100% attendance requirement. We reserve the right to cancel any program that does not have sufficient registration. Participants will receive a full refund and notification prior to the beginning of the course. It is your responsibility when registering to ensure that the phone number, email address, and mailing address we have in our system is current.

Protecting your information

Personal information is collected under the authority of The Brock University Act, 1964, and in accordance with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) for the administration of the University and its programs and services. For details on the use and disclosure of this information call the Department of Recreation Services at 905-692-5550, x4060 or visit brocku.ca/recreationservices. Photography rule For the protection of all guests at the Walker Complex, the use of photographic equipment, including cell phones with photographic capabilities, is strictly prohibited in the locker rooms. Use of photographic equipment in other areas of the Walker Complex requires departmental and participant permission.

Child Fun Swim Admittance

1.

Children under the age of six years may not be admitted to the swimming pool unless they are accompanied in the water by a parent or guardian (within arms reach) who is at least 12 years of age and who is responsible for their direct supervision, with a maximum of two children for each parent or guardian (2:1).

2.

Children 6-9 years, who are non-wimmers must be accompanied by a parent or guardian in the water (within arms reach), who is at least 12 years of age and responsible for their direct supervision. The ratio of non-swimmers to parent or guardian may be a maximum of four bathers to one parent or guardian (4:1).

3.

Children 6-9 years who are swimmers (able to demonstrate comfort in the water and pass the facility swim test) may be admitted to the swimming pool unaccompanied. Parents/ guardians must remain at the aquatic centre either in the pool gallery or on deck.

Register for Winter 2015 swimming lessons starting on Monday, December 1, at 5 p.m.

Risks involved in activity Participating in physical activity has many inherent risks including, but not limited to, personal injury. Prior to registering for a Brock student/ pool membership or program, it is recommended that you consult your physician if you have any medical concerns. The Department of Recreation Services requires all Brock student/ members and program participants to read and sign a release of liability, waiver of claims and indemnity agreement at the time of registration.

Parking options 2014

(For aquatic program participants) 10-punch pass (Lot D) – $21

(Purchase at the Welcome Desk, Walker Complex)

Park & pay (Lot D) – $7 Pay & display (Lot P) – $2.50/hr. (coin) Metre parking (limited availability)

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Teen / Adult 1

Teen / Adult 2

Teen / Adult 3

Junior Lifeguard Club

Assistant Instructor

Swim & Lifesaving Instructor

Program Flow Chart

Standard First Aid

Swimmer 2

National Lifeguard Bronze Cross Emergency First Aid Bronze Medallion Bronze Star Canadian Swim Patrol (Rookie, Ranger, Star) Swimmer 6 Swimmer 5 Swimmer 4

Preschool E

Swimmer 1

Swimmer 3

Preschool D Preschool C Preschool B Preschool A Parent & Tot

Program Conversion Chart

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Brock Aquatics Fall 2014