Steps of Becoming an Instructor
Miracle Swimming

NO ONE QUITS MIRACLE SWIMMING LESSONS.

Our training is open to swim school owners and swimming instructors who have a plan to incorporate Miracle Swimming Classes into their program.

1. See the agreements you make with Miracle Swimming for Adults, Inc. when you become a Miracle Swimming Instructor.

2. Fill out and submit the application form. Await the results of your application (1-2 business days).

3. Choose dates/location of a hands-on training to attend after your online training from the Training Schedule

4. If accepted, go to the Registration page 12-day. Once you've registered, we'll send you the keys to the online training.

5. Receive the keys to the Online training and take it. The online training is 16 lessons and it takes 35-40 hours to complete. We recommend giving yourself 8 weeks to complete it. It was finished by one person under great duress in 2 weeks. Test the material in the field as you learn.

6. During the online training, read our book, Conquer Your Fear of Water and see our DVD, The Miracle Swimmer.

7. Once you pass the online training, attend the Hands-on training. A typical schedule is below. Pass the hands-on training and you will become a new Miracle Swimming/ Conquer Fear Instructor, eligible to become a Licensed Miracle Swimming Instructor after teaching three full Miracle Swimming Beginning classes from A to Z in your first year. To be eligible to teach the Next Step class to your students who have graduated from the Beginning class, you must complete the full 12-day training. Your learning continues once you begin teaching your own classes. Four SKYPE or teleconferences, one per month, are scheduled after your hands-on training. Confer with your trainer with questions as you prepare for your first class. Call for more information: 941-921-6420.

Sample Hands-on Training Schedule
Day 1: Saturday night: Trainee/Trainer Dinner complements of Miracle Swimming for Adults
Day 2: 9:30-4, classroom and pool sessions, no students. Break for lunch 12-1:15.
Day 3: 9-noon, 1:30-6:30. Break for lunch 12-1:30. Beginning class Sessions #1 and 2 are 9-noon and 3-6.
Day 4: 9-noon, break for lunch 12-1:30. 1:30-4:30 Beginning class Session #3 is 9-noon. Afternoon: training session, no students.
Day 5: 9-noon, 1:30-6:30. Break for lunch 12-1:30. Beginning class Sessions #4 and 5 are 9-noon and 3-6.
Day 6: 9-noon, 1:30-6:30. Break for lunch 12-1:30. Beginning class Sessions #6 and 7 are 9-noon and 3-6.
Day 7: 8-11, break for lunch 11-12:30. Beginning class final Session #8 is 8-11. Training session 12:30-4:30
Day 8: 9:30-5 training sessions, no students. Break for lunch 12-1:15
Off: 5 p.m. Saturday, Day 8 until Monday morning Day 10, 9 a.m.

Day 10, Monday morning: Next Step class begins with 8 new students (or some returning from last week's Beginning class)
Day 10: 9-noon, 2-6:30. Break for lunch 12-1:30. Next Step class Sessions #1 and 2 are 9-noon and 3-6.
Day 11: 9-noon, break for lunch 12-1:30. 2-4:30 Next Step class Session #3 is 9-noon. Afternoon: training session, no students.
Day 12: 9-noon, 2-6:30. Break for lunch 12-1:30. Next Step class Sessions #1 and 2 are 9-noon and 3-6
Day 13: 9-noon, 2-6:30. Break for lunch 12-1:30. Next Step class Sessions #1 and 2 are 9-noon and 3-6.
Day 14: 8-11, working lunch 11-1. Next Step class final Session #8 is 8-11. Training ends at 1. Go forth and prosper!

Instructor FAQ Here

The information required to be virtually 100% successful as an instructor of beginning adults is found in the Conquer Fear Instructor Training.

All of our licensees agree: The Conquer Fear Instructor Training is information every swim instructor in the world should know. This is what you need to empower adults in your community to overcome fear and learn to swim. Overcoming fear of deep water IS learning to swim. We think you'll agree: our 60 licensed instructors worldwide are likely more successful than all traditional instructors combined in terms of consistently and reliably producing adults who are safe in deep water. You'll see why.