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Warner Robins Aquanauts Swim Lesson program invites first time swimmers and those wanting to improve on strokes and technique to take part in our learn to swim program. Sessions are taught throughout the year. Swim Lessons are for children ages 4-15. Each session is made up of eight (8)classes which usually run Monday through Thursday for two weeks. Cost per session is usually $80. Payment is due before the student swimmer enters the water. Make up classes are only scheduled when WRA cancels a class. There will be no refunds. Please sign up on-line. For more information, call the pool at 929-8044 or send an email to email@example.com.
First Time to Lessons The first time to lessons is full of anxiety for swimmers and parents. Please bring a chair and wait either under the awning in the summer or in the left upper corner under the bubble in the winter, team practices and other sessions may be finishing up. The instructors will come gather the swimmers for their lessons when it is time for your session to start. Send your swimmer off with a hug and tell them where you will be. Parents please stay within the parents' area while lessons are in session as to not distract from instructors ability to keep swimmer's attention.
Warner Robins Aquanauts weclomes advanced swimmers to this class which will cover the American Red Cross Lifeguarding skills for certification. Enrollees will participate in classroom instruction (land & water), skills tests, and written exams. Prices include access to required text(s)and certification cards. Participants must attend all classes. Cost per first-time certification course is $250. Cost per re-certification course is $175*. The Red Cross requires all participants to be registered with WRA prior to completing the class. The $50 registration fee is included in the total cost. Current WRA members have already paid this fee, and their course costs will be reduced by $50.** No refunds will be given. Payment is due before the student enters the water. Please sign up on-line. For more information, call the pool at 929-8044 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
*You are only eligible for a recertification if your current certification is valid, or has only lapsed within 30 days of the final day of the course. You will be required to show proof of current certification.
**To ensure your course costs reflect your current WRA registration, select "pay by check," and pay at the pool.
Participants must be at least 15 years of age and able to pass the pre-requisite swim tests which include: (1) a 300-yards non-stop swim (demonstrating breath control and rhythmic breathing)(no time limit), (2) tread water for 2 minutes using only the legs, and (3)starting in water, swim out 20-yards; retrieve a 10-lb rubber brick from 7'-10'; swim back to starting point with both hands holding brick; place brick on deck; climb out of pool without using the ladder or steps (1:45 time limit).
Warner Robins Aquanauts Masters Swimming and Lap Swimming are developed for those18 and olderwho are interested in developing as an adult swimmerwhile having fun. It is a goal to offer age specific training for all of our athletes geared towards challenging each individual and developing each individual to the best of their abilities. At our workouts, we aim to challenge every adult individual, no matter their skill level, while fostering a team environment. We observe circle swimming when there are more than two swimmers per lane. The number of lanes for Masters/Lap swimming varies according to scheduled activities in each pool, but during the programs times, you will find designated lap lanes. Those that participate in the Masters program may participate in competitions. Master's meets are very low-key and fun for people of all skill levels. Most swimmers in this program join US Master Swimming.