4.10.2014, 2.30 p.m. - 3.00 p.m.
Swimming with children from 3 months to 6 months of their age in Australia
Goal of lecture
- To show a nurturing method of teaching young babies.
Content of lecture
- Teaching parents and babies to be relaxed in the water and also teaching preparation for submersion so that the baby and parent are both comfortable and confident.
Austswim Teacher and Presenter, NSSA Infant teacher.
Company and working position
Judy Watts Swim School - Owner and operator.
Brief curriculum – professional life
She has owned and operated her swim school for 37 years and has always focused on infant and toddlers. This is her passion. She has been lecturing internationally since 2000 where she present at the WABC conference in Argentina. Since 2000 she has lectured at many international workshop and conferences, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Austria, Greece, England, Singapore, USA & South America. She was on the review board for Austswim’s first Infant & Toddler Manual and was also the author or the video to accommpany the course.
Results of work
Infant & Toddlers Explore Water
Water Through the Eyes of a Child
Dare to be Different Strokes 2 – 5 year
I’m Two & I can Swim
Aqua Aerobics for over 50’s
Relaxation & Exercise for Future Mums
Discovering Water Babies first swimming lesson.
Strokes for Little folks – Teaching manul for 18 months to 4 years.
Interests and hobbies
She is the mother of 3 adult children, Brooke, Emily and David and 3 beautiful grandchildren, Didyme, Aliya and Ivy. Her children would say She has a 4th child and that would be her swim school it is part of who she is and what she believe in.
Her hobbies are latin dancing and photography.