Swimsafer test booking
The next swimsafer test will be held on 29th (Monday) and 30th March (Tuesday) between 3pm to 6pm on both the date.
Participant who passed the swimsafer test done on the 30th and 31st January will be notifed and the e certificate will be forwarded to you via email. If you need any assistance on swimsafer matters, you may whatsapp 91375141.
Registered participant will need to do their swimsafer theory test online.
Swimsafer Theory Model Answers
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Our First Concern
Kid’s first priority is to be able to float on the surace utterly relaxed, can voluntarily submerge, glide, swim and play effortlessly in water of varying depth. To retain with eyes open, a sense of conscious direction under water and return to the surface for oxygen voluntarily. This is a picture of water confident. Having achieved the mentioned, your child will then progressively move to strokes mastery of freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke, butterfly and other survival strokes.
Choose the perfect plan
There is always a plan to suit your needs. We can assure you good and effective quantity swimming lessons for your and family.
KID's GROUP (Up to 8 pax under phase 3
Per Pax Per month of 45min of 4 session. This group class will be increased to 10pax if situation allow.
KID's Group (Private)
Per Pax Per month of 45min of 4 session. This is a private group class. Number of 5 pax is fixed.
Per 4 lessons of 45min
Holiday swim class from
Per Pax Per 6 Lessons 1 hr 15min
Yes. Swimsafer test can be allowed to conduct from 7th Dec 2020 onward. We will be conducting swimsafer test for all level on 30, and 31st January 2021 . Due to covid 19 situation, we are only able to cater to 8 pax per test slot. You may register your child for swimsafer test now.
There are 6 stages in swimsafer altogether.
Students are encourage to take part in the Singapore Swimming Proficiency Awards (SSPA). It’s about speed swimming and they will be taught competitive swimming such as Butterfly, Breaststroke, Front crawl and backstrokes by our Competitive Coach. In addition, students will be taught on Starts. Turns and Finishes.
Yes we provide SSPA training as well. Here is an overview of the SSPA roadmap and their purposes.
Currently we are at Queenstown, Bukit Batok and Clementi. We also provide swimming lessons in most condo pool in singapore and provide swimsafer/sspa training and/or Stroke corrections at your swim facilities.
Currently, the Covid-19 Measure for swimming is ONE Coach with EIGHT Students. Bidding System still in placed for coaches teaching at public pool until End March 2021. You can read more about Covid-19 Here.
Yes I do. All our current swimming program is base on swimsafer. When a learner has met the requirement of swimsafer, they will be arranged for it.
You can try the skills test online under “Swimsafer Stage Checker” and the system will make recommendation. Try here.
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Singapore swim Lesson
AQZOG is one of many Singapore Most Effective Swim Lessons. It has a vision of play and learn approach, where kids are learning with smiling face and having fun. AQZOG believe that given the Right Learning environment, the child will learn faster, and looking forward to their weekly swimming lessons. This kind of positive reinforcement will then provide them ample of opportunity to grow their talent at early age so that they could expand their window of opportunity. AQZOG is all about Developing RIGHT Technique, learning useful skills, & swimming the right way every time, & making drills and learning very Fun filling, exciting and interesting. Our Coach are passionate in their job, and do extra mile in ensuring students putting in their best efforts, understanding what they are doing and correct them early if they are making mistakes. We grow as a team, work as a team. AQZOG did their best as much they could, helping weaker swimmers to move forward, and stronger swimmer to excel. AQZOG believe every child should learn swimming. You can view our FAQ Page for more information.
In summary, AQZOG offer you variety of choices for your swimmers. Whether you want to improve your stroke technique, learn to swim, preparing for triathlon race, etc, we have it all in store for you.
AQZOG is pronounce as “A” -“Q”-“ZOG”. A= Achieve Certification, Q = Quality Coaching, Z= Zestful Lessons, O= Organised, G= Grow Core Values.
- Achieve Certification: We believe students will be motivated and inspired to do more when they got a certificate for their achievement. This means we recognize their effort and this is one of good way to reward them. We currently offer certifications on swimsafer, long distance swim award and SSPA. You can read about the swimmer’s roadmap here.
- Quality Coaching: As our coaches reguarly attending workshop and swim clinic, we constantly keep our learning updated, and providing learner the lastest syllabus on swim coaching.
- Zestful Lessons: Another word for Fun Lessons. We wanted kids to have a good and fun learning experience so that they interest will last longer and they developed their skills faster too.
- Organised Lessons: We plan the lessons for all levels to ensure kids developed their best protential as much as they could. Different level of swimmers will do different skills set meant depending on the capability and ability. Examples, you may see stage 1 doing certain drills and stage 3,4 doing a more difficult drills. Then we have a buddy system on a mini competition to create fun race experience.
- Grow Core Values: We want kids to understand that not everything is about winning. We need to understand that life is about learning the things, picking the right habits and just do your best in everything you do. Have a good team work, helping each other to grow as a team and be kind and motivate one another. That will inspire them to move to a new challenges and conquer all obstacles ahead.
Learn To Swim AS EASY AS A-B-C
Coach Raymond will be in charge of this holiday swim project. Under the watchful eye of the coach, your child will be able to perform good swim technique right from the beginning. Select private coaching in the sign up menu.
Group class coaching
We offer beginner, intermediate and advance classes at Clementi and Queenstown Swimming Complex. More venue of training will be opening up and we will update accordingly. All levels are welcome to apply. Place your child on our waiting list today pending phase 3 opening.
6 Days holiday swim
2021 will be our 13th years into the holidays program and hundreds students have benefited from this program. Enrol your child for a 6 Days intensive swimming lessons at clementi swimming complex and see the immediate transformation. Results proven and assured. Next registration will start in april 2021. Stay tune.
FAQ on Swimming Matters
It’s very rare to be “allergic” to chlorine in the usual sense, but after repeated exposures, many people experience an “irritant reaction” which looks and feels like an allergic reaction with swelling, itching and
sneezing, sniffling, and red eyes. Sometimes a scratchy throat and coughing are caused by free chlorine
particles in the air, especially in poorly ventilated indoor pools
When your eyes are exposed to chemically treated and/or hypotonic water (containing less salt than the cornea), the cornea may swell up. This edema causes the light rays to bend as they pass through,
which results in the halos around lights that sometimes plague swimmers. The eyes may also turn red, tear, and become overly sensitive to light and cigarette smoke. A nap, rinsing the eyes, and time, will
alleviate this condition; goggles will prevent it.
Although swimming wasn’t part of the ancient Olympics, it was enjoyed by the Greeks and other early civilizations. Young men swam in ancient Greece and Rome as part of their military training. The first
recorded swimming competitions were held in Japan in 36 B.C. Modern competitive swimming began in the mid-nineteenth century. Shortly thereafter, what later came to be known as the Amateur Swimming Association was formed and established rules for competition. In 1908, FINA (Fédération Internationale de Natation Amateur), the world governing body for swimming and other aquatic competition, was founded. When the first modern Olympiad was held in Greece in 1896, there were three men’s freestyle events, which were swum in the ocean. It wasn’t until the games held in Stockholm in 1912 that swimming events for women were included. Now, swimming is a major part of the summer games.