92 Bowery St., NY 10013

+1 800 123 456 789

About the Course

The Puggles  Swim Course has been develoPuggle Skipper teaching Dominic and Alex how to swimped in partnership with Swim Coaches and Teachers Australia (SCTA), AUSTSWIM, leading swim instructors and course developers. It will up-skill swim teachers, arming them with key Auslan signs and increase their deaf awareness.

It delivers the tools and skills to overlay current learn-to-swim classes with deaf-friendly tactics. This will allow you and your swim school to include deaf or hard of hearing children in your swim classes.

The course takes a minimum of 3-hours and must be completed within three months. On completing the course, a swim teacher will receive a certificate recognising their new skills, earning them 3 Professional Development Points.

Your pool will also be eligible for a range of Puggles Swim assets so you can promote your new skills.

Puggles Swim has a specially designed swim kit to complement the course learnings. It includes cute floating characters, kickboards, stories, and waterproof Flashcard packs – featuring Auslan signs.

Learning Objectives

Upon completing the course you will become a Puggles Skipper and be able to:

Confidently include a deaf or hard of hearing child in your current learn-to-swim lessons.

Understand: the difference between being deaf or hard of hearing, and the types of hearing loss.

Be ‘deaf aware’ – understand what it means to be deaf and how to connect with deaf people.

Develop a basic library of Auslan signs for swim relevant words. 

Join a skilled community of deaf-aware swim teachers creating inclusive communities.


Early Bird Rate (1 September – 30 November 2022)

$45 per individual
$240 per swim school (up to six individual teachers)

Standard Rate

$90 per individual
$480 per swim school (up to six individual teachers)

Next Steps

Puggles Swim online course is available to purchase from 5 September.

To lock in the early bird rate, or to ask questions, email

“Thank you for helping deaf or hard of hearing children in your community to learn to swim”