LTS Programs

General Learn to Swim Information

What to Bring to Swimming Lessons

  • Swimming costume
  • Towel
  • Goggles (recommended but not compulsory)
  • Swimming cap – (recommended to keep hair out of eyes and face but not compulsory)
  • Children not toilet trained need a swimming nappy

Learn to Swim Entry Card

Once the swim school has received and processed your payment you will be issued a learn to swim card for the particular program you have enrolled in. This needs to be presented each time you attend lessons to the desk to be signed.

Fees

Prices effective for Term 1, 2016.

Term Program Price
Seahorse (parent and babies) $100.00* ($10.00 per lesson)
Pre-schoolers and School Age $150.00* ($15.00 per lesson)
* total price based on 10 week term (subject to change based on term length)
Private Lessons Price
Private (One on One) $25.00 per 15 minute class
Holiday Program Price
Seahorse $9.00 per lesson for mini week
Pre-schoolers and School Age  $14.00 per lesson for mini week

Make Up Lesson Policy

Make up lessons will be given if at least 1.5 hours notice is given prior to the lesson that you are unable to attend. Make up lessons will be your responsibility to arrange with the office and will be subject to availability. Make up lessons must be used within the term.
Please Note: If you cancel a make up lesson you will forfeit that make up lesson

The make-up lesson is on a different day to the normal swim lesson. These are not always beneficial as you will not always have the same instructor. Due to this we recommend you attend your designated lesson wherever possible.

Make-up lessons must be used within the term. Cash refunds or credits on absent & missed classes will not be given.

Cancellations

Attempts should be made to arrange Make-up Lessons for those lessons missed unless extenuating circumstances have occurred.  Credits are calculated from the date the office was notified of the cancellation in writing, providing 24 hours notice was given.  The money credited can then be used for future swim school programs and will remain on file for a 12-month period.


Enrolments

If you are wishing to enrol or re-enrol into swimming lessons please follow the following enrolment steps.

Re-enrolment

The re-enrolment process is:

  • Step 1: Fill out and return a re-enrolment form. Click here to go to the online version.
  • Step 2: The office must receive at least a 50% deposit for the lessons before we can act on the re-enrolment form. This deposit is fully refundable if we are unable to place your child/children in the time/day you have requested.
  • Step 3: The office will notify you once the lessons have been arranged and you can then pick up your new card from the office which details all lesson information on it.

New Enrolment

New enrolments can take place at any time, including during the current term.

The enrolment process is:

  • Step 1: Please fill in a New Enrolment form at teh office, or click here to go to online version.
  • Step 2: The office will contact you regarding your child’s swimming ability and arrange an assessment if required.
  • Step 3: The office must receive at least a 50% deposit for the lessons before we can act on the enrolment form. This deposit is fully refundable if we are unable to place your child/children in the time or day you have requested.
  • Step 4: The office will notify you once the lessons have been arranged and you can then pick up your new card from the office which details all lesson information on it.

Intensive Holiday Program

Enrolments for the intensive holiday program are taken during the term leading up to the holiday period. For new enrolments to the centre wishing to start with the intensive holiday program an enrolment form will be required to ensure we have your full details.

The intensive holiday enrolment process is:

  • Step 1: Fill out and return an intensive holiday enrolment form.
  • Step 2: The office will notify you once classes have been arranged to inform you of the times your child’s/children’s class will run (normally the final week of the previous term or a week prior to the commencement of the program).
  • Step 3: Once you have been notified of the available times, the office must receive at least a deposit for the lessons within the following week to keep those classes on hold.