Swimsafer Stage 4 / Best Swimsafer Bronze

Swimsafer Stage 4 -Bronze activity table
Activity table for Swimsafer Stage 4- Bronze

Swimsafer Bronze/ Stage 4 Swimsafer 2.0 Skills Assessment

Swim 100m continuously (in this order):

  • 25m Front-Crawl
  • 25m Backstroke
  • 25m Breaststroke
  • 25m Survival Backstroke

Survival Sequence Swimsafer Bronze A (w/o goggles)

  • Enter the water using compact jump (in deep water), resurface, then perform a forward somersault
  • Scull, float or tread water for 2 minutes
  • In at least 1.4m deep water, perform feet-first surface dive
  • Swim through hoops on pool bottom for 2m
  • Resurface and exit pool safely

Survival Sequence Swimsafer Bronze B (without goggles)

Dressed in swimwear, shorts, t-shirt and demonstrate:

  • 3 min slow swimming using survival backstroke, side stroke, survival breaststroke, for 1 min per stroke. This is part of the energy saving swimming mode
  • Wave for help (rescuer to throw flotation aid) to show you are confident in the water and able to manage during the emergency.
  • Swim to a flotation aid and kick to pool’s edge, then climb up to exit the pool

Learning outcome for Swimsafer Stage 4 / Swimsafer Bronze

  • Able to swim at least 4 strokes namely Freestyle, Breaststroke, Backstroke and Survival Back.
  • Knowledge of Survival Breaststroke should be know by now and able to do so.- can be taught in stage 3.
  • Able to do a forward somersault with ease
  • Able to tread water for more than 3 min.
  • Able to swim at least 100m without feeling any fatigue setting in.
  • Able to swim without goggle and without fear or panic. Always at ease.

FAQ for Swimsafer Stage 4/ Swimsafer Bronze

No there is no swim timing.

Still shorts and t shirt. The long pant is required only for stage 5 and 6.

Sculling is the movement of arm in the water to create proplusion. The main function is to feel the water with your palm, forearm and arm. Many people have the misconception of “feeling the water with palm” only, but that is not enough.

The hard part here are performing a forward somersault and treading water for 3 mins. The ability to swim at least 4 strokes such as Freestyle, Breaststroke, Backstroke and Survival Back.

25m each on Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke and Survival Back.

Yes. The early you master the stroke, the better.

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