Basic Training

Starting at 6 months of age, Safety First PediAquatics will teach children the infamous swim float swim sequence. This basic training course will ensure your child learns essential water safety skills. In the emergency situation of falling in the water, your child will have the ability to self rescue using the three step swim, float, swim sequence. During this 4-6 week course, your child will master the swim float swim techniques fully clothed. In addition, learning the art of swimming builds a child's confidence in and around the water.

Refresher Courses

Stayed out of the water too long? If your child has not been in the water for some time, it is recommended that you sign up for a refresher course to reestablish the basics. In this one week course, Safety First PediAquatics will restore those important skills vital for fun and safety around the water.  

Maintenance Lessons

Just like every athlete, we all need to maintain our basic skills. Maintenance classes are suggested for your child 1-2 times a week. These classes ensure your child will not lose any skills or get rusty, especially through those summer months with pool season at full peak. Your child will maintain the quality of their skills and gain confidence during their time spent in the water at Safety First PediAquatics.

Stroke Lessons

Has your child mastered the swim float swim sequence? Are they ready to move forward with their swim skills? Stroke lessons are for children physically and mentally ready to learn special techniques to better their swim skills such as learning streamlining, freestyle, breast stroke, dolphin kicks, butterflies, and more. 


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Safety First PediAquatics

1104B Quotation Ct., Saint Cloud, Florida 34769, United States

(407) 492-9952


Monday - Friday: 9am - 7pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

Drowning is the leading cause of death among children ages 1-5. Swim lessons can decrease the risk of drowning. Starting swim lessons before a child’s first birthday triggers memories of the womb and encourages faster learning of swimming skills. Children are unlikely to ever learn to swim if they haven’t learned by the age of 10. NO ONE IS DROWN PROOF! ALWAYS WATCH YOUR CHILDREN IN AND AROUND THE WATER!