PEES 2192 Leadership in Aquatics
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as PED 49.2.
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1 hour recitation, 2 hours activity; 2 credits
Organization and administration of aquatic programs in schools, community centers, and summer camps. Study of standards of safety and sanitation of swimming areas. Analysis and methods of teaching strokes, safety, skills, diving, and lifesaving techniques. Officiating. Fulfills the requirements of the Red Cross water safety instructor's certificate.
Prerequisite: the ability to swim the following strokes: front crawl, breast, side, and elementary back, and the ability to swim continuously 500 yards.
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