Learn from the best

We use a carefully structured programme of drills and skill development work that makes swim skills easy to understand, helping you build the habits of swimming success.


We offer 3 swimming skills courses, covering starts and turns as well as the four main strokes; freestyle or front crawl, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly. All sessions are led by Great Britain coaches assisted by international swimmers and supported by leading sports science and land training experts. You can either book on the full series covering all 3 courses or on individual course days, so you can pick the one’s you’re most interested in.

All our courses are moving to an updated format in 2015 with new venues nationwide and new international swimmers added to our already impressive roster.

The courses we offer include:

Freestyle & Backstroke

Our courses are a unique opportunity to work on stroke development with a carefully structured programme of drill progressions developed by a top GB coach

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Starts & Turns

Starts & Turns courses are an amazing opportunity to work on these vital skills in a structured, technique focused environment with an expert GB coach

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Breaststroke & Butterfly

Work on your technique with a GBR coach to understand how the strokes work and why the techniques we teach you are important to your development

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We offer a discount on preselected groups of related day courses when purchased as a series.

Bolton School

26 - 28 Aug 2016
Bolton School


24 - 26 Oct 2016
Leeds Grammar School

Radley College, Abingdon (Oxfordshire)

28 - 30 Dec 2016
Radley College

Swim Skills online

Coming soon

  • Access to swimming specific online articles and videos
  • Water and land training advice including technique
  • Performance mindset and lifestyle support including sports nutrition

To benefit from our special launch offer, register your interest online today

I did Swim Skills clinics when I was an age-grouper and the techniques and drills I learnt then I still use now...

Rebecca Adlington, Double Olympic Champion