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    322162 - Kids N Company Level 2 Spring

    This class is designed for children 2-4 years of age.
    A responsible adult participant who is comfortable in the water must accompany child(ren) during all class sessions.

    The purpose of this class is to provide a fun, safe, and comfortable environment for the participants. This class will provide instruction to help children to adjust to the water with a trusted adult and to develop skills towards independence. The intent of this class is not to ?drown-proof? children or to teach them to swim independent of an adult. Water exploration is encouraged, having fun is mandatory!

    *Face to Face Positions: Hip support on front
    *Back to Chest Position: Hip Support on back, back support, arm stroke
    *Cueing
    *Water Entry: Seated, seated - rolling over and slide in
    *Water Entry: Stepping in, Jumping in, Use steps/ramp independently
    *Exploring the pool: In water exploration - independently, in shallow water
    *Using side of pool, steps or ramp independently
    *Using a ladder independently
    *Underwater exploration in shallow water
    *Open eyes and retrieve objects below surface
    *Open eyes and retrieve submerged objects
    *Bobbing - explore, independently
    *Front Glide
    *Front Glide to the wall
    *Front Float
    *Back Glide
    *Back Float
    *Roll over from back to front
    *Roll over from front to back
    *Passing from instructor to parent
    *Drafting with breathing
    *Leg action - alternating or simultaneous movements on front
    *Arm action - alternating or simultaneous movements on front
    *Combined arm and leg action on front with breathing on front
    *Leg action - alternating or simultaneous movements on back
    *Arm action - alternating or simultaneous movements on back
    *Combined arm and leg action on back

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    322163 - LTS Preschool L 1 Spring

    The purpose of this class is to familiarize children approximately ages 4 and 5 years old to the aquatic environment and help them acquire rudimentary basic aquatic skills. It will also help participants begin to develop positive attitudes and safe practices in and around water.

    *Enter and exit water safely using ladder, steps or side
    *Submerge mouth, nose, and eyes
    *Blow bubbles (3 sec.)
    *Open eyes underwater and retrieve submerged objects
    *Bobbing (3 times)
    *Front Glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from front float to vertical position
    *Back glide (2 body lengths)
    *Maintain back float position (3 sec.)
    *Recover from back float or glide to a vertical position
    *Roll over from front to back
    *Roll over from back to front
    *Arm and hand treading actions (in chest deep water)
    *Alternating leg action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous leg action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Alternating arm action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous arm action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Combined arm and leg action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Alternating leg action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous leg action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Alternating arm action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous arm action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Combined arm and leg action on back (2 body lengths)

    Exit Skills Assessment: May be done with support
    1. Enter independently, using either the ladder, steps or side, travel at least 5 yards, submerge to mouth and blow bubbles for at least 3 seconds then safely exit the water. (Participants can walk, move along gutter or "swim")
    2. Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to a back float for 3 seconds and recover to a vertical position.

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    322164 - LTS Preschool L 2 Spring

    The purpose of this class is to familiarize children approximately ages 4 and 5 years old to the aquatic environment and help them acquire rudimentary basic aquatic skills. It will also help participants begin to develop positive attitudes and safe practices in and around water.

    *Enter water by stepping from the deck or low height
    *Exit using ladder, steps or side from chest deep water
    *Blow Bubbles (3 sec.)
    *Bobbing 5 times
    *Open eyes under water, retrieve submerged object in chest deep water
    *Front float (face in water) (3 sec.)
    *Front Glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from front float or glide to vertical position
    *Back float (5 sec.)
    *Back Glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from back float or glide to vertical position
    *Roll over front to back
    *Roll over back to front
    *Tread water using arm and leg actions in shoulder deep water (15 sec.)
    *Combined arm and leg actions on front (3 body lengths)
    *Finning arm action on back (3 body lengths)
    *Combined arm and leg action on back (3 body lengths)

    Exit Skills Assessment: May be done with support
    1. Glide on front for at least 2 body lengths, roll to back, float on back for 15 seconds then recover to a vertical position.
    2. Glide on back for at least 2 body lengths, roll to front, float on front, then recover to a vertical position.
    3. Swim using combined arm and leg actions on front for at least 3 body lengths, roll to back and float for 15 seconds; roll to the front, then continue swimming for 3 body lengths.

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    322261 - Learn-to-Swim Level 1 Spring

    Level I : Introduction to Water Skills
    *Enter and exit water safely using ladder, steps or side
    *Blow Bubbles (3 sec.)
    *Bobbing (5 times)
    *Open eyes underwater and retrieve submerged objects (2 times)
    *Front float position (5 sec.)
    *Front Glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from front float to a vertical position
    *Back float position (5 sec.)
    *Back glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from a back float or glide to standing position
    *Roll over from front to back
    *Roll over from back to front
    *Tread water using arm and hand actions (in chest deep water)
    *Alternating leg action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous leg action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Alternating arm action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous arm action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Combined arm and leg action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Alternating leg action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous leg action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Alternating arm action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous arm action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Combined arm and leg action on back (2 body lengths)

    Exit Skills Assessment:
    1. Enter independently, using either the ladder, steps or side, travel at least 5 yards, bob 5 times then safely exit the water.
    (Participants can walk, move along gutter or "swim")
    2. Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to a back float for 5 seconds and recover to a vertical position. (This may be done with support)

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    322262 - Learn-to-Swim Level 2 Spring

    Level II: Fundamental Aquatic Skills
    *Enter water by stepping or jumping from the side
    *Exit water safely using ladder, steps or side
    *Fully submerging and holding breath (10 sec.)
    *Bobbing 10 times
    *Open eyes under water, retrieve submerged object (3 times)
    *Rotary Breathing (5 times)
    *Front float (face in water) (10 sec.)
    *Jellyfish float (10 seconds)
    *Tuck float (10 seconds)
    *Front Glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from front float or glide to vertical position
    *Back float (15 sec.)
    *Back Glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from back float or glide to vertical position
    *Roll over front to back
    *Roll over back to front
    *Change direction of travel paddling on front or back
    *Tread water using arm and leg actions (15 seconds)
    *Combined arm and leg actions on front unsupported (5 body lengths)
    *Finning arm action (5 body lengths)
    *Combined arm and leg action on back (5 body lengths)
    *Alternating leg action on side
    *Elementary backstroke kick

    Exit Skills Assessment:
    1. Step from side into chest-deep water, push off the bottom, move into a treading or floating position for 15 seconds, swim on front and/or back for 5 body lengths, then exit water
    2. Move into a back float for 15 seconds, roll to front, then recover to a vertical position.
    3. Push off and swim using combined arm and leg actions on front for 5 body lengths, roll to back and float for 15 seconds, roll to the front, then continue swimming for at least 5 body lengths.


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    Read Notice322262-81LTS L2 May M/W 430$60/$705 years to under 9 years04/20/20- 05/13/20M, W 4:30P- 5:20PCommunity CenterFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details
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    322263 - Learn-to-Swim Level 3 Spring

    Level III: Stroke Development
    *Jump into deep water, fully submerge, recover to surface, return to side
    *Head-first entry from sitting position (9+ feet of water)
    *Head-first entry from kneeling position (9+ feet of water)
    *Bobbing while moving toward safety, 15 times
    *Rotary breathing (15 times)
    *Survival float (30 seconds)
    *Back float (1 minute)
    *Change from vertical to horizontal position on front
    *Change from vertical to horizontal position on back
    *While in a vertical position, rotate one full turn
    *Tread water (1 minute)
    *Push off in streamlined position, then begin flutter kicking (3-5 body lengths)
    *Push off in streamlined position, then begin dolphin kicking
    *Front crawl (15 yards)
    *Breaststroke kick (15 yards)
    *Elementary backstroke (15 yards)
    *Scissors kick (15 yards)
    *Back glide - flutter kick (2 body lengths)
    *Back crawl (15 yards)

    Exit Skills Assessment:
    1. Jump into deep water from the side, recover to the surface, maintain position by treading of floating for 1 minute, rotate one full turn if necessary toward exit, swim front crawl and/or elementary backstroke for 25 yards, then exit the water.
    2. Push off in a streamlined position, then swim front crawl for 15 yards, change position and direction as necessary, swim elementary backstroke for 15 yards, then exit the water.

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    Read Notice322263-81LTS L3 May M/W 430$60/$705 years to under 13 years04/20/20- 05/13/20M, W 4:30P- 5:20PCommunity CenterFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details
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    322264 - Learn-to-Swim Level 4 Spring

    Level IV: Stroke Improvement
    *Dive from compact position
    *Dive from stride position
    *Swim under water (3-5 body lengths)
    *Feet-first surface dive, submerging completely
    *Survival swimming in deep water (1 minute)
    *Back float in deep water (1 min.)
    *Front crawl open turn
    *Backstroke open turn
    *Tread water using 2 different kicks (2 min.)
    *Front crawl (25 yards)
    *Breaststroke (15 yards)
    *Butterfly (15 yards)
    *Back crawl (25 yards)
    *Elementary backstroke (25 yards)
    *Sidestroke (15 yards)
    *Push off, streamline position on back, begin flutter kick (5 body lengths)
    *Push off, streamline position on back, begin dolphin kick (5 body lengths)

    Exit Skills Assessment:
    1. Perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 yards, change direction and swim elementary backstroke for 25 yards.
    2. Swim breaststroke for 15 yards, change direction and position as necessary and swim back crawl for 15 yards.
    3. Submerge and swim a distance of 3-5 body lengths underwater without hyperventilating, return to the surface, then exit the water.


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    Read Notice322264-81LTS L4 May M/W 430$60/$705 years to under 13 years04/20/20- 05/13/20M, W 4:30P- 5:20PCommunity CenterFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details

    322265 - Learn-to-Swim Level 5 Spring

    Level V: Stroke Refinement
    *Shallow dive from the side
    *Shallow dive, glide 2-3 body lengths, begin any front stroke
    *Swim underwater (no hyperventilation) (5 body lengths)
    *Tuck surface dive, submerge completely
    *Pike surface dive, submerge completely
    *Survival swimming (2 mins.) Back float (2 mins.)
    *Front flip turn while swimming
    *Backstroke flip turn while swimming
    *Tread water (5 mins.)
    *Tread water using legs only (2 mins.)
    *Front crawl (50 yards)
    *Butterfly (25 yards)
    *Breaststroke (25 yards)
    *Back crawl (25 yards)
    *Elementary backstroke (50 yards)
    *Standard scull on back (30 sec.)
    *Sidestroke (25 yards)

    Exit Skills Assessment:
    1. Perform a shallow-angle dive into deep water, swim front crawl for 50 yards, then swim elementary backstroke for 50 yards using appropriate turning styles.
    2. Swim breaststroke for 25 yards, change direction as necessary and swim back crawl for 25 yards using efficient turning styles.

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    Read Notice322265-81LTS L5 M/W 4:30$60/$705 years to under 16 years04/20/20- 05/13/20M, W 4:30P- 5:20PCommunity CenterFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details

    322266 - Learn-to-Swim Level 6.1 Spring

    Level VI: Fitness Swimmer & Personal Water Safety
    *Front crawl (100 yards)
    *Back crawl (50 yards)
    *Breaststroke (50 yards)
    *Elementary backstroke (100 yards)
    *Sidestroke (50 yards)
    *Butterfly (50 yards)
    *Front crawl open turn while swimming
    *Backstroke open turn while swimming
    *Front flip turn while swimming
    *Backstroke flip turn while swimming
    *Sidestroke open turn while swimming
    *Butterfly turn while swimming
    *Breaststroke turn while swimming
    *Surface dive and retrieve an object from the bottom
    *Circle Swimming
    *Use a pace clock
    *Use a pull buoy while swimming (25 yards)
    *Use fins while swimming (25 yards)
    *Use paddles while swimming (25 yards)
    *Describe how to set up an exercise program
    *Demonstrate various training techniques
    *Calculate target heart rate
    *Aquatics Exercise Personal
    *HELP position (2 mins.)
    *Feet-first surface dive
    *Pike surface dive
    *Tuck surface dive
    *Survival Float (5 mins.)
    *Survival swimming (10 mins.)
    *Tread water in deep - kicking only (2 mins.)
    *Surface dive and retrieve an object from bottom
    *Self-rescue techniques while clothed

    Exit Skills Assessment:
    1. Swim 500 yards continuously using any 3 strokes of your choice, swimming at least 50 yards of each stroke.
    2. Perform the Cooper 12 minute swim test and compare results with the pre-assessment results.
    3. Jump into deep water, perform a survival float for 5 minutes, roll onto back and perform a back float for 5 minutes.
    4. Perform a feet-first surface dive, retrieve an object from the bottom of the pool at a minimum depth of 7-10 feet, return to the surface and return to the starting point.

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    322362 - Competitive Swim Instruction

    This is a quarterly offered program for Fall, Winter and Spring that will focus on competitive swim techniques and endurance for youth. This program is considered an extension of the Learn-to-Swim program.
    *Times and days of program offerings will vary from season to season.
    * It is designed for those that have participated in at least the Level 5 Learn-to-Swim or equivalent.
    * This program is restricted to Brecksville-Broadview Heights School District residents only.
    * This program is not offered to high school swimmers during the State of Ohio Swim Team season.
    * Sessions will be scheduled for eight (8) meetings.
    * Each offering is considered a separate session with separate fees. Participants should only register for sessions that they can attend.

    The program requires participants to perform continuous lap swimming. Participants should be able to swim a minimum of ten (10) continuous laps before registering. The instructors or other Aquatic Staff may recommend participants continue Learn-to-Swim before advancing to this program.

    Skills that will be refined throughout the program will include:
    * Freestyle (Front Crawl)
    * Breaststroke
    * Backstroke
    * Butterfly
    * Starts
    * Turns
    * Endurance
    This session has been prorated to reflect the 5 classes instead of 8.

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    322551 - Lifeguard Training Class

    Lifeguards protect their community by preventing, recognizing, and responding to water-related emergencies. In order to get a job at most facilities, you need to become certified, and most employers look for American Red Cross Certification.
    Obtain your 2-year certification by taking a Lifeguarding course from the American Red Cross*.

    5 Reasons to be a Lifeguard
    1. Learn to save lives in and out of the water
    2. Develop your leadership, communication and teaching skills
    3. Build your resume
    4. Earn money
    5. Stay in great physical condition

    Prerequisites:
    *Must be at least 15 years old by the last day of class
    * Swim 300 yards continuously, demonstrating breath control and rhythmic breathing.
    * Tread water for 2 minutes using only the legs.
    * Complete a timed event within 1 minute, 40 seconds.
    * Starting in the water, swim 20 yards.
    * Surface dive, feet-first or head-first, to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a 10-pound object.
    * Surface and swim 20 yards on back, with both hands holding the object.
    * Exit the water without using a ladder or steps.

    If you are unsure of your ability to pass the prerequisites, please call Erin at 440-546-2318 to schedule time to complete them. We are unable to provide a refund (only credits given) if you do not pass prerequisite skills.

    Can NOT miss any class - NO make ups
    Cost includes American Red Cross materials and certification fees

    Bring bathing suit, towel, lunch, beverage, and snack to all classes.

    This is a blended Learning class. There is an estimated 7 hours of online coursework to be completed before the first day of class.

    5 Reasons to be a Lifeguard
    1. Learn to save lives in and out of the water
    2. Develop your leadership, communication and teaching skills
    3. Build your resume
    4. Earn money
    5. Stay in great physical condition

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    322552 - Lifeguard Training Review

    Lifeguards protect their community by preventing, recognizing, and responding to water-related emergencies. In order to get a job at most facilities, you need to become certified, and most employers look for American Red Cross Certification.
    Obtain your 2-year certification by taking a Lifeguarding course from the American Red Cross*.

    5 Reasons to be a Lifeguard
    1. Learn to save lives in and out of the water
    2. Develop your leadership, communication and teaching skills
    3. Build your resume
    4. Earn money
    5. Stay in great physical condition

    Prerequisites:
    *Must be at least 15 years old by the last day of class
    * Swim 300 yards continuously, demonstrating breath control and rhythmic breathing.
    * Tread water for 2 minutes using only the legs.
    * Complete a timed event within 1 minute, 40 seconds.
    * Starting in the water, swim 20 yards.
    * Surface dive, feet-first or head-first, to a depth of 7 to 10 feet to retrieve a 10-pound object.
    * Surface and swim 20 yards on back, with both hands holding the object.
    * Exit the water without using a ladder or steps.

    If you are unsure of your ability to pass the prerequisites, please call Erin at 440-546-2318 to schedule time to complete them. We are unable to provide a refund (only credits given) if you do not pass prerequisite skills.

    Can NOT miss any class - NO make ups
    Cost includes American Red Cross materials and certification fees

    Bring bathing suit, towel, lunch, beverage, and snack to all classes.

    This is a review class. You must have already have already completed a LG class in the past that is less than 30days expired.

    This is a blended Learning class. There is an estimated 7 hours of online coursework to be completed before the first day of class.

    5 Reasons to be a Lifeguard
    1. Learn to save lives in and out of the water
    2. Develop your leadership, communication and teaching skills
    3. Build your resume
    4. Earn money
    5. Stay in great physical condition

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