Certified ISR Instructor
I grew up spending every day of my young summers in Central Florida swimming in pools or weekends at the beach with my friends and family. I realized at a very early age how fun and how dangerous water can be. It was no surprise when I found out that drowning is the 2nd leading cause of unintentional death among children under the age of 5*. My wife and I found ISR for our child when she was just a year old when we moved to Mobile, Alabama.
In JUNE of 2018, I became a Certified Instructor for ISR!! An ISR instructor was one of the most challenging and rigorous course studies that I have ever undertaken. The ISR Instructor training program is an 6-week process comprised of over 60 hours of in-water training, over 10 hours of video review, and countless hours of academic study and testing in subjects such as child psychology, physiology and behavioral science.
I must undergo annual reviews and re-certifications to ensure my skills and techniques continue to meet the highest ISR standards. I am also certified in CPR and first-aid and hold insurance policies to protect my students.
Foley, Alabama, Gulf Coast Swimfants, Swimfants, Infant Swimming Resource, ISR, Mobile County, Baldwin County, aquatic survival, toddlers, toddler, six months, swimming, indoor pool, Pamela McPherson, Sydney Cody, baby swimming lessons
*Statisic based on information provided by the U.S. Consumer Product
Safety Commission (http://www.cpsc.gov/cpscpub/prerel/prhtml04/04142.html)
Gulf Coast Swimfants
Coastal Alabama Infant Swim LLC
The Sooner. The Safer.