It is reported that there is a shortage of swimming instructors in the Perth metropolitan area and many regional areas of Western Australia, so finding work has never been easier. Many aquatic centres and learn-to-swim schools urgently need qualified and enthusiastic staff.
You can also find information about the relevant training courses that are available to become a qualified swimming instructor on the lifesavingwa website. Qualifications required include an AUSTSWIM teacher of swimming and water safety certificate, a CPR certificate, a police history check and working with children card.
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