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The Red Cross offers Learn-to-Swim Classes in Sacramento for kids. Taught by our knowledgeable and certified Red Cross instructors, we help young swimmers understand the importance of swimming safety and feeling confident in the water. Tailored around the needs of each child, our participants are encouraged to learn to swim at a pace that is comfortable for them. Our kid swim classes include six levels of instruction including an Introduction to Water Skills as well as Stroke Development and Improvement courses.
Developed for teens and adults, our adult Swim Classes in Sacramento give students the opportunity to improve their swimming skills while under the guidance of a Red Cross instructor. Every level of experience is welcome and the program is designed to be to learn at your own pace. Swimming lessons for adults are available in 3 levels. 1) Learning the basics 2) Improving skills and swimming strokes and 3) Swimming for fitness.
Our water safety lesson information is designed for individuals, swim coaches, lifeguards and others who work or play on, in or near water. Our Sacramento Water Safety training classes are created to educate you on the importance of proper safety procedures around water as well as crucial skills for what to do in the event of an emergency.
We have taught millions to swim and be informed around water. To help celebrate this milestone, the Red Cross has launched the Centennial Campaign, designed to lower drowning rates by 50% in 50 local communities where rates exceed the national average. The American Red Cross Swim training in Sacramento is designed to save lives through teaching- one student at a time.
For over 100 years, the American Red Cross has been the leader in teaching swimming technique and water safety instruction. Designed to build confidence in those around water, our detailed courses are created to keep you informed and prepared for a wide variety of scenarios around water. To learn more about Swim training in Sacramento, visit us online today.