Latest COVID-19 Restrictions

Published Wednesday 18th January 2022 

Our swim schools are open with our regular timetables running and the following COVID safety measures in place: 
- Face masks are required (except when swimming)
- Check-in via app or register on arrival 
Please note safety measures may vary; please ask your school for more information. 

Our Perth schools are still waiting for further clarification regarding the proof of vaccination requirements from 31st January 2022. More information will be communicated when available. 

What to do if you're unable to attend your swimming class? 
To assist your teacher with preparing and planning for your class, please let us know before the start time if you are unable to attend your lesson. Your online account is the fastest way to cancel your booking. If you're unable to cancel using your account, please call your school

Our safety processes are more effective when we all play our part. Please remember to wear your mask when in our centre, and if you or a swimmer feels unwell, cancel your class using your online account and follow the health guidelines. 

For more information, please contact our team

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Become a State Swim Instructor

State Swim is the largest indoor swimming school network in Australia and we are always looking for talented swimming instructors. We search for friendly and outgoing instructors who love the water and are motivated to help children and adults learn to swim.

  • Outstanding Opportunities

There may be more options to explore other roles at our swim schools, including customer service officer, coaching or supervising. We offer many opportunities for team members to grow with us.

  • Flexible Hours

We offer team members varying shift times, allowing you to balance State Swim with school, another job, or family life. You can work as little as 4 hours per week or as many as 20-30 hours per week.

  • Training

To become a swimming instructor the following three accreditations and checks are required:

1. An accredited water safety qualification

The below courses are available through a variety of providers, including:

2. A Working with Children Check (WWC)

A WWC is a compulsory criminal check required to work with children. Checks are typically valid for three years and can be applied for through:

3. CPR certification

A current CPR certification will be required to receive your water safety qualification, this course can be completed through a range of providers including:

All participants enrolled in a nationally recognised qualification will require a Unique Student Identifier.

Apply Now

If you're interested in learning more about instructor vacancies, please apply by emailing your resume and cover letter stating your preferred location and your availability to


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