Float specialists dive masters, aquatic leaders, water warriors AND stroke expert!
We have the best swimming teachers. Every parent understands how difficult it is to entrust the care of your child to others. Alice ensures that all SOLS students are in great hands.
Our best asset and our main strength is our team of swimming teachers. Our teachers are fully qualified with nationally recognised qualifications.
Our team deliver engaging swimming lessons for infants through to adults. We strive to make every lesson fun but most importantly continue to progress students in accordance with their abilities. Our team teach a balance of swimming and water safety and water confidence skills.
All SOLS teachers are first aid trained and have the necessary clearances to be working with our students, additionally, they are medically fit and healthy to be working in a lone worker environment.
We introduce you to Amy! COVID has been an interesting time for Amy as she has changed career paths from Event management to Swimming teacher. With Amy’s love of people and time management skills, to say we are lucky to have her is an understatement.
Rachel is what we call a unicorn! She not only has four boys of her own and two beautiful grandchildren. She has been working with children for 23 years, specialising in working with children with Autism, cerebral palsy spina bifida, chromosome 6deletion and motor dyspraxia. Rachel not only has work experience but she has life experience and the two together make an unstoppable combination!
Say hi to Maria! She is the treasure that we have found. Maria has lived in many places in Australia and she has finally found her place in Adelaide. She has been teaching Aqua classes for over ten years and to say she is good at it, is an understatement!
Ananda has been working with children since she was a child herself. She is not only a swimming teacher and works in our office, but also studies a Bachelor of Psychological Science.
Everyone say hi to Alison. When Alison speaks about her Swimming teaching experience she says it all stems from a mid-life crisis in 2017 – that’s when her career in swimming started. Alison since then has been very busy working for the Department for Education Water Safety, children with disabilities as well as volunteering for the AWSOM Project in Vietnam in January 2020 where she was instructing water safety to Vietnamese children in My Tho City. We are lucky to have her!