OAC Swimming Lessons

Group Lessons  -  Our Swim Lessons are now on-line ! Please sign up through your on-line portal. Follow the instructions below for details.

 

OAC SWIM LESSONS – INSTRUCTIONS

To sign up for swim lessons the participant must be in Club Automations.  If they are not in Club Automations, a new profile must be created for each participant.

 

STEP 1

Log on to computer – https://cacoac.clubautomation.com

A.  Enter your username and password in the box at the top of the screen – proceed to Step 2.

B. If you don’t know your username and password, click on the “Access My Account” button located at the bottom left of screen

A box “Register Now” will pop up – Enter “First Name, Last Name, & email

Another box will pop up “We found your account” stating instructions have been emailed to you

The email will have a “link” – click on the link and verify/complete your account information, agree to terms and conditions, then create your password (make sure it is something you can remember because OAC has no access to your password!)

After verifying your account, go to Step 1, A – your email is now your username.

STEP 2

OGDEN ATHLETIC CLUB MEMBER PORTAL

  1. Click on the “REGISTER FOR PROGRAMS” button (located on the left side of the screen)

  2. Select which OAC Swim Lessons program “Spring” (May 7-16) or “Summer” (June 4-August 1)

  3. Select the class(es) (age appropriate/skill level) by clicking on the green “SIGN UP” button

  4. Click on the name(s) of the child you are registering – then click on the “ADD TO CART” button

To register more than one child for the same class – multiple names can be selected

To register more than one child in a different class repeat Step 2 (C and D)

STEP 3

  1. Click on “VIEW CART” at the top of the screen.

  2. Select payment method from the drop-down box (located in the bottom left side of screen).

  3. Click on the green “SUBMIT PAYMENT” button.

A receipt for your transaction will be emailed to the email on file.

 

Look below for pre-requisite for the classes.

 

SWIMMING CLASS REQUIREMENTS

Early Start 1

Prerequisite: Must be 3 yrs. old no exceptions.

Class Foundation: For non-swimming younger children to help them become comfortable in the water.  

Skills : Submersion, front floats, back floats with assistance.

Exit skills: 1)  Submerge for 5 secs. 2.) Front glide with kick ( 5 secs) 3) . Back glide with kick ( 5 secs) . Assisted or Unassisted                   

              * If they pass skills and are 5 Years old they can proceed to Beginner 2B


Early Start 2

Prerequisite: ( 3-5 years)  Submerge for 5 secs. 2.) Front glide with kick ( 5 secs) 3) . Back glide with kick ( 5 secs)

Class Foundation : Strokes and skills will be taught such as floating ( front and back ) assisted and non-assisted, kicking, and retrieving objects , etc.

Exit skills:   ALL UNASSISTED -  1.) Submerge for 5 secs.  2.) Front glide with kick ( 10 secs)

    3.) Back glide with kick ( 10 secs) 4.) Windmill roll ( Front to back  10 yds) 5.) Elementary backstroke arms

                                            6.) Jump into deep 7.) Front Crawl (Arms and Legs)                

                            * If they pass skills and are 5 Years old they can proceed to Beginner 2B


Beginner 1

Prerequisite: Must be 5 years old,  no exceptions.

Class Foundation: For non-swimming younger children to help them become comfortable in the water.  

Skills : Submersion, front floats, back floats with assistance.

Exit skills: 1)  Submerge for 5 secs. 2.) Front glide with kick ( 5 secs) 3) . Back glide with kick ( 5 secs)

                Assisted or Unassisted


Beginner 2

Prerequisite:  Must be 5 years old,  no exceptions. Submerge for 5 secs.  1.) Front glide with kick ( 5 secs)

                                              2.) Back glide with kick ( 5 secs)

Class Foundation : Strokes will be taught such as floating (front and back) assisted and non-assisted, kicking, and retrieving objects , etc.

Exit skills: ALL UNASSISTED  1.) Submerge for 10 secs. 2.) Front glide with kick (10 yds) 3.) Back glide with kick ( 10 yds.) 4.) Front to back  10 yds. 5.) Elementary backstroke arms 6. ) Jump into deep  

7.) Front Crawl   (arms and Legs)


Beginner 2B

Prerequisite:MUST BE ABLE TO SWIM ON FRONT AND BACK INDEPENDENTLY TO BE IN THIS CLASS . Class Foundation: A good foundation of strokes will be taught such as floating front and back, arm stroke  with

 breathing, kicking, and retrieving objects , etc. To pass children must be able to do the strokes non-assisted and move through the water 15 yds.

Exit skills: 1.) Front to Back (10 yds)   2.) Elementary Backstroke 3.) Jump into deep  

          4.) Front Crawl (arms and Legs/) ( 10 Yds)      5.) Dolphin kick 6.) Bobbing to safety


Advanced Beginner (Level 3)        

Prerequisite: 1.) Jump into deep  2.) Front Crawl (arms and Legs) ( 10 Yds)  3.) Dolphin Kick

4.) Elementary Backstroke 5.) Bobbing to safety

Class Foundation: Coordinating  front and back crawl (Side Breathing), jump into deep water, dive from kneeling  

Exit Skills: Front Crawl (side rhythmic breathing), breaststroke kick, backstroke

Intermediate (Level 4)

Prerequisite:  Front Crawl (side rhythmic breathing), Breast stroke kick, Elementary Backstroke, Back Stroke

Class Foundation: Improvement of basic strokes and introduction of more advanced  strokes. Refinement of Rotary Breathing, Side stroke and Breast stroke kicks, Refine Front and Back Crawl.Deep water swimming at

 longer distances is practiced.

Exit Skills: One pool Length ( 25 yds) of  Front Crawl with breathing , breaststroke, backstroke, butterfly,

 

Swimmer Level 5: Advanced stroke technique and breathing. Breaststroke, Sidestroke, Butterfly, long shallow dive, some lifesaving skills


Private Lessons - If you or your children need to learn to swim, sign-up for our private swim lessons.   Our Red Cross Certified instructor can teach you the skills to be a safe and skillful swimmer.

Call 801-479-6500 for more information.