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Request for Instructors


If you would like to request a specific instructor for your child’s program please send an email including the name of your child(ren), the time/day of the program you have registered for, and the name of the instructor you would like to request, to Ashley.Gagnon@umanitoba.ca. Although we will do our best, requests cannot be guaranteed.
 
New to our pool?


Are you new to our pool? Not sure which lessons would be the best fit? Check out this program chart for a bit of guidance. Still not sure? Ask us- we’re happy to help! We’re best reached by email: Ashley.Gagnon@umanitoba.ca or mu.aquatics@umanitoba.ca

SPRING/SUMMER 2018 (ending Sept. 1) Age/Pre-requisite
Learn to Swim
Parent and Tot Infants-5
Tots 1 3-5
Tots 2 3-5
I Can Swim 5-13
Youth Beginner I Can Swim 10-14
Teen I Can Swim 13-16
Private/Semi-Private Swimming Lessons All ages
Special Interest Aquatics
Swim Fit 11-16
Swim Patrol 8-15
Steps to Becoming a Lifeguard
Bronze Star 10-13
Bronze Medallion 13+ OR Bronze Star
Bronze Cross 13+ AND Bronze Medallion
National Lifeguard (NL) Certification and Standard First Aid with CPR C 16+ AND Bronze Cross
National Lifeguard (NL) Re- certification  

 

SPRING/SUMMER SWIMMING LESSONS
(Lessons run Monday to Friday)

Spring 2018      
  Start End Days Off
Friday      
Saturday 07-Apr 16-Jun 19-May
Sunday 08-Apr 17-Jun 20-May
Monday 09-Apr 18-Jun 21-May
Tuesday 10-Jun 12-Jun -
Wednesday 11-Apr 13-Jun -
Thursday 12-Apr 14-Jun -
       
Summer 2018      
  Start End Days Off
Week 1 03-Jul 05-Jul Monday July 2
Week 2 09-Jul 13-Jul  
Week 3 16-Jul 20-Jul  
Week 4 23-Jul 27-Jul  
Week 5 30-Jul 03-Aug  
Week 6 07-Aug 10-Aug Monday August 6
Week 7 13-Aug 17-Aug  
Week 8 20-Aug 24-Aug  
Week 9 27-Aug 31-Aug  

Any participant registered in both 4:30 swimming lessons and a day camp program will be picked up from camp by a lifeguard and taken to their lesson. Parents are required to sign their children out from the head lifeguard at promptly 5:15pm. Any child registered in a 5:15pm swimming lesson and a day camp program must be picked up from camp by their parent/guardian.

 

Fall/Winter Age/Pre-requisite
Learn To Swim
Parent and Tot Infants-5
Tots 1 3-5
Tots 2 3-5
I Can Swim 5-13
Youth Beginner I Can Swim 10-14
Teen I Can Swim 13-16
Private/Semi-Private Swimming Lessons All ages
Special Interest Aquatics
Swim Fit 11-16
Swim Patrol 8-15
Steps to Becoming a Lifeguard
Bronze Star 10-13
Bronze Medallion 13+ OR Bronze Star
Bronze Cross 13+ AND Bronze Medallion
National Lifeguard (NL) Certification and Standard First Aid with CPR C 16+ AND Bronze Cross
Adult Swimming
Adult Introduction to Swimming 18+
Adult Intermediate 18+
Adult Advanced 18+

 
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Please consult the University of Manitoba Recreation Services Activity Guide for all adult swimming classes. Contact 204-474-6100 or visit uofmactiveliving.ca.

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Please note: the temperature of the pool is 28°C, which makes it cooler than most. This pool is a training centre for high-performance athletes and must be maintained at this temperature. Due to the annual shutdown of the university’s steam plant during the month of June, pool temperatures will be closer to 27°C.

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In the event of an unplanned pool closure, a credit will be placed on the computer file of the swimming lesson participants affected. The credit amount will be for the missed class only and can be used for any Active Living program for one year. Where possible, every effort will be made to notify parents and/or participants of the closure. Please note: Only children four and under are allowed in the opposite-gender change room.


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