Lake Lanier's own Infant Swimming Resource Certified ISR Self-Rescue® Instructor Robin Adams' training was completed in July of 2007 and included 60+ hours of supervised in-water hands-on training. A 1995 graduate of Gainesville High School and 1999 graduate of The University of Georgia, Robin's ISR education included extensive academic study and testing in child psychology, physiology, and behavioral science, trained by former Georgia now Texas resident Senior Master Instructor Tanya Carew and 18 ISR students. As an ISR Self-Rescue® instructor, Robin is required to complete annual reviews and re-certification to ensure that her skills and techniques continue to meet the highest ISR standards.
What sets Robin apart from other traditional swim lesson programs located around Lake Lanier? A combination of incredible ISR Self-Rescue® techniques, her Master's Degree in Education from The University of Georgia as well as being a lifelong resident of Lake Lanier. She understand's what you feel while watching your child's lessons and she is always open with her communication as to what she is doing and what your child is learning each day.
Remember, a certification that anyone age 18 years or older can purchase for $150 and spend 3 days on is NOT equal to a six week ONE on ONE training course that can only be taken after an Extensive Interview process and substantial financial commitment.
Robin's mission is to help educate our Lake Lanier communities around Hall, Gwinnett, Forsyth and Dawson Counties about how to prevent infant drowning. Her goal is to bring ISR Self-Rescue® to as many families here in the North Georgia area as possible!
Contact her today for more information!
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Group Swim Lessons
In conventional swim lessons, the focus is making your child more comfortable in the water thus taking years to produce a swimmer. The average student/instructor ratio for group swim lessons is 4-6 swimmers per coach. How does this give swimmers the individualized instruction that would allow a child to progress into skilled swimmers? Furthermore, lifeguards are definitely needed in conventional 'swim lessons’ due the instructor not being able to watch each child during the entire lesson.
ISR of Lake Lanier Aquatic Self-Rescue™ Survival Swimming
ISR Self-Rescue™ fundamentally differs from most other swim programs. ISR Self-Rescue™ is not simply a water acclimation program. Our underlying philosophy is "competence before confidence". We want our students to have the skills to survive an aquatic emergency. In other words we want them to become aquatic problem solvers. The goal for ISR Self-Rescue™ students is aquatic independence and self-rescue™.
Your child will receive hands on one-on-one safe instruction from a highly certified and effective instructor. It is counter productive to the child's learning when an instructor must divide time in the water between several unskilled students.
All ISR of Lake Lanier lessons are one-on-one, with just one student and instructor (Ms. Robin). This allows Ms. Robin to focus fully on the individual needs of your child as all children are unique in their personalities and cognitive learning abilities.
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