Swimsafer Program

Swimsafer Program
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Swimsafer Program

ActiveSG SwimSafer™ 2.0 programme was introduce after swimsafer 1.0 lapse. The Swimsafer Program is organised in Singapore. It is part of the National Swimming Program conducted by the Ministry of Edcuation (MOE). The aims was to teach swimming proficiency and water survival skills to children to reduce drowning incidences and to make swimming lessons fun and progressive with the priority of water safety in mind. Swimsafer 2.0 comprises of 6 stages. Stage 1 (One) , Stage 2 (Two) are Beginner Level, Stage 3 (Three) and Stage 4 (Four) are Intermediate Level and finally Stage 5 (Five) Silver and Stage 6 (Six) Gold are Advance Level. Stage 5 and 6 have swimming timing for Freestyle, Breaststroke and Backstroke for 50m and 100m respectively. This awesome swimsafer program has been the main focus for many MOE swimming program.

When booking a swimsafer test, students will need to go thru 2 components. First component is the swimsafer online theory test. This online theory test require you to do quizzes by logging into the swimsafer quizzes to do the mulitple choice questions. There are 15 questions for each stage 1,,2,3 and there are 20 multiple choice questions for each stage 4, 5 and 6. The passing mark for theory is 80%. If you need the swimsafer model answer, you can download here. To log into the Online Swimsafer quizzes, click here.

ActiveSG Swimsafer 2.0 Stages Explained

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FAQ for Swimsafer (General)

Click here to Enrol swimsafer test. aqzog.com/swimsafer-test-2022

Click here to do the swimsafer quizzes if you have enrolled. Good luck.

You will see the message prompt “Well done! You have completed the swimsafer 2.0 quiz.” Read More

Your coach can do the assessment and make recommendation. If you need assistance or second opinon from us, we would be glad to help. SMS us at 91375141 for more detail.

As long as he is in the weekly swimming class. There is entry age limit for swimsafer. The earlier the better. Some children achieved their swimsafer stage 1 at 4 year old. By the time they are 5 or 6 year old, probably at stage 3 or stage 4 bronze.

Hi, swimsafer program are meant for everyone. The syllabus are progressive and safe. And we add in the fun element into the swimming program to spice things up. You can be assured your child will cope well in this program.

There are altogether 6 (Six) Stages in the Swimsafer 2.0 Program. Stage 1 (One) , Stage 2 (Two) are beginner, Stage 3 (Three) and Stage 4 (Four) are Intermediate and finally Stage 5 (Five) Silver and Stage 6 (Six) Gold are advance level.

There are many factors that determine how slow or how fast your child can complete the whole swimsafer program. Sometimes, poor attendance rate or the lack of interest, or the child not paying much attention can prolong or affect their learning ability. Again, it is rather subjective. As a rough guide, a child may take around 2-3 years to complete the whole thing.


Students in primary school are required to learn to swim
, which is a part of the nation water safety curriculum for all children in singapore. The school will go thru a one time of 10-12 sessions of swimming lesson for all MOE school. They will be certiied under the swimsafer progra,. After the sessions are over, parents are encourage to let their child continue their weekly swimming lessons with any certified NROC Coach to continue their swimsafer program. You can read more about MOE swimsafer program here.

Just like any accreditations from any other sports, it is not compulsory for your child to be taking the Swimsafer test, although there might be certain benefits from your child’s school, such as getting exempted from their compulsory swimming lessons in Primary 3. In some school, there would be an intensive swimming class prior to their year end holidays especially for children in primary 6 on their final year with the Primary school. Having a swimsafer certificate can also serve as a memory of your childhood that you can recalled when you grow up next time. Such as the one of the example here.