How to get involved as an AquaGO! Instructor or Program Assistant
Instructors and Program Assistants are the heart and soul of the AquaGO! program. Learn more about the certification process below!
Becoming a trained CAS AquaGO! Instructor is the perfect way to expand your coaching portfolio while preparing for the full CAS implementation of AquaGO to our sport.
This program will enhance your coaching skills and help build the future athletes of Canada. CAS has developed an online/in-person “blended environment” delivery option for AquaGO! Instructor training.
Instructor Course Applicant Requirements
- Must be 15 years of age and older to register for the AquaGO! instructors course
- Applicants must sign a Confidentiality Form
Instructor Prerequisite Modules
- AquaGO! Pre-clinic Reading & Quiz ($50)
- CAS LTAD Framework Reading & Quiz
- S4L Intro to Physical Literacy Module ($24.95)
- CAC Coach Initiation in Sport ($15 )
Follow these steps in the document below to start the process of becoming an AquaGO! Instructor now!
AquaGO! Instructor Online Course Format
The AquaGO! course will be delivered in English via Adobe Connect. Once all three course modules are completed, OAS will follow-up with an in-person workshop that completes the in-pool portion of the course (for all comp intro+ coaches) and the remaining two modules: Bring a Lesson Plan to Life and Artistic Swimming Skills (for instructors only). Coaches must attend 100% of the in-person workshop to become a trained AquaGO! Instructor.
Instructor Course Dates
If you have any further questions about the application process, please do not hesitate to reach out to Mary-Jane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AquaGO! Program Assistants
The AquaGO! Program Assistant role is designed to provide important support to Canada Artistic Swimming’s AquaGO! program – making it more effective and engaging for the participants. The AquaGO! program is designed to help create strong, solid foundations for the participants, and therefore quality instruction of basic and fundamental skills is critical. Program Assistants allow for more eyes to be on the participants, more feedback to be given, and more 1:1 interaction to take place during a lesson. This will facilitate the improvement of participant skills at a faster rate all while ensuring participant safety, well-being, and overall enjoyment of the program.
AquaGO! Program Assistants are volunteer “helpers” who have been trained by an AquaGO! Learning Facilitator (LF), to assist AquaGO! Instructors with lesson delivery of the AquaGO! program.
Prerequisites: Must be at least 13 years of age
2021 Course Dates:TBD