Swimming Nature’s Programme Delivery Technology set to raise standards of swimming tuition

Swimming Nature are set to launch their new digital programme technology, using comprehensive data to automatically formulate tailored lesson plans aimed at optimising progression.

swim-techCoupling Swimming Nature’s children’s learn to swim program with detailed progress tracking, it ensures both the most beneficial tuition is efficiently delivered, and the highest standards are maintained by instructors. These bespoke automated lesson plans use previous progression data to compose relevant training practices which reflect the key stages each student is next to progress towards.

Information on distances, challenges and awards will be recorded by the instructor and used for reporting on the effectiveness of programme delivery. Additionally swimmers will receive automated emails on achievements such as distance swum or key skills being achieved. Instructor-editable lesson plans encourage a social community where new teaching methods can be approved and introduced by instructors and used throughout the company.

Using the latest mobile responsive design, instructors simply ‘swipe-to-confirm’ lesson activities using any device at any time, even in-water, reducing instructor admin time.  This provides very simple, convenient & flexible anytime-anywhere data entry, and enables consistent accurate data logging.

Swimming Nature plans to use this new technology to provide in-depth reporting to clients on their progress, as well as highlighting any students who may require further attention in specific areas. Not only will this provide more motivation to students, it will also ensure that students who require further attention will receive this to keep them swimming longer and progress further.

Article taken from the UK Active Journal Autumn 2014 issue

Swimming Nature. (2014). Swimming Nature’s Programme Delivery Technology set to raise standards of swimming tuition. Together: ukactive journal. 6, 12.

Comments

    • Darby Lawrie-Clench says

      We hope so too. We are very excited about our new digital programme technology which tracks the progress of all our students.

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