For several years, Stockholm International Swimming Club has been offering free swimming lessons for asylum seekers in Sweden in cooperation with Stockholm Länsstyrelsen. This year’s… Read More »Open water swimming course for asylum seekers
Here are some examples for dry land exercises to improve core muscles. They are very simple and you can practise them anywhere.
Today we have started our first courses of swimming for asylum seekers. We were excited and nervous, like everyone who starts something new (our beginners know how it feels when they start to swim with us from absolute zero).
We have opened 3 groups: Every Tuesday at 11, at 12 and at 13.00. 4 students in each one.
8 weeks of work is waiting for us and our new students! Look like it looks like HERE
We practice the same system and the same way of teaching as for our Regular swimming courses: small groups, semi individual teaching, highly professional coaches with a lot of experience, private, friendly and easy going atmosphere.
You are welcome to see how it went:
How long does it actually take: learning to swim as an adult?
Many students ask us if they will swim well after our course, or in how many lessons they will be able to swim if we talk about individual lessons. And our unsatisfying answer is always the same.
“That depends.” It’s not an answer anyone wants.
But the only honest answer is this: It really depends on you.
Unpleasant though it may be, the fact remains that accidents happen. Even experiencing it as a bystander, an accident is not a pleasant scene.
At its most basic, first aid is the initial assistance given to a victim of injury or illness. Comprised of relatively simple techniques that can be performed with rudimentary equipment, first aid is usually carried out by a layperson, providing quick medical treatment until professional assistance arrives.
The importance of first aid is hard to overestimate. Read More »First Aid Training with Stockholm Swimming Club