Frequently Asked Questions

List of Questions

The learning timeframe depends on the level of comfort of the child and the fear level of the child, therefore being able to or not being able to open the eyes underwater or even to place their head beneath the water. If a child has had a bad experience or comes from a background where fear of water is a traditional mindset then that can also be an obstacle for the child and instructor to overcome.
Swim Cap, appropriate kids Swimwear. Ear plugs and nose plugs are allowed. Goggles are allowed only if necessary.
Swim Cap, Unitard or Leotard.
In summer 26-28 degrees. In winter 28-30 degrees.
A male or female instructor is provided upon request.

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CPT Admin Office (registrations and enquiries)

SafeSwim
Office A110A
2nd Floor, 66 Albert Road
The Woodstock Exchange, Woodstock
P: (021) 813-9363
Mail: info@safeswim.co.za

JHB Admin Office (registrations and enquiries)

SafeSwim
9 Charles Crescent
Sandton, Johannesburg
South Africa, 2031
Mail: info@safeswim.co.za

Office Hours

  • Monday-Friday: 9am to 6pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed

Swimming Lessons Hours

  • Monday-Friday: 12:40pm to 7pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed