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Here at Definition H20, we have a variety of programs that cater for all levels of swimmers. Whether you’re searching for toddler swimming lessons in Perth, a beginner who wants to be comfortable in the water or a competitor, training for competitions – our swim school in Bull Creek is ideal for men, women and children of all ages.


Meet Our Swim School Coordinator: KATE DOBSON

Kate joined the Definition Health Club in January 2016 as the Swim School Coordinator. Her involvement in the swimming and recreation industry includes experience as a swim teacher, lifeguard, competitive junior state swimmer, and a volunteer primary school sports coordinator. Kate has previously taught swim classes in Kalgoorlie, City of Canning and Bold Park swimming centres. As a local resident, Kate has a strong connection to the Bull Creek – Leeming area, including active volunteer involvement in local sporting clubs and school committees. With qualifications that include a Diploma of Management and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment, Kate is well placed to ensure the instructors at Definition Health Club swim school are providing quality swimming training to children of all ages.


The Program:

Definition Health Club has recently received accreditation by the Royal Life Saving Society to deliver the widely accredited Swim & Survive Program. The Swim & Survive program has recognised standards to ensure a high quality delivery of the program across all centres, these include; Venue Safety, Teaching Qualification Standards, Delivery, Signage and Policy Adherence. As a member of the Swim & Survive Program, Definition Health Club completes regular audit procedures to ensure quality delivery of the program. With the levels mirroring the Royal Life Saving Society’s accredited swimming program curriculum, this ensures peace of mind for parents who wish to combine classes at Definition Health Club, with vac swim and school term swimming.

Swimming Lessons For Kids – Canning Vale and surrounding suburbs:

It’s never too early to introduce your toddlers and kids to swimming lessons. As Perth is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Australia, teaching your child how to swim can save their lives and is a life-long skill they’ll never forget.

Our Definition H20 swim school has a long history of providing infant swimming lessons in Perth since the early 1980’s. With our 25 metre indoor heated pool, children can learn to swim in a safe, supervised and parent-friendly environment. All swim instructors are AUSTSwim accredited and undertake regular ongoing training to ensure the lessons provided are best practice. Our toddler and kids swimming lessons in Perth are suitable for children of all ages and abilities. We have swim programs to suit kids that are beginners, up to those undertaking competitions.

A Message from KATE DOBSON 

Click here for Swim School Term Dates & Re-enrolment times & Prices:

Click here for the Swim School Enrolment form:

For all enquiries regarding kids swimming lessons near Canning Vale, contact Kate.

 P –  (08) 9313 5088 / E – kdobson@definitionhealthclub.com.au



Monday 5th February – Friday 13th April
*Public Holidays: Monday 5th March, Friday 30th March, Monday 2nd April

Monday 30th April – Friday 29th June
*Public Holidays: 25th April & 4th June

Monday 16th July –  Friday 21nd September
*No Public Holidays

Why it’s Important to Continue Swimming in Third Term:

Whilst it might be getting cold outside there are many benefits to letting your kids participate in swimming lessons during winter. In fact, winter is one of the best times of the year to swim as;

• Classes tend to be smaller which reduces the child to teacher ratio.
• Swimmers are more likely to progress further if they continue to practice and build upon the skills that they have already learnt during the warmer months. Children who stop lessons over the winter tend to regress, forgetting a lot of their swimming skills.
• Children who attend swimming lesson regularly are fitter and maintain stronger immune systems.
• Long or oversized rash tops or board shorts can drag in the water and leave swimmers ‘feeling’ cold.
• Remember to have a hot shower following your lesson and dress appropriately—warm clothes and shoes. It is not recommended to leave the centre wrapped in a wet towel or swimwear.

Monday 8th of October – Friday 14th December
*Public Holidays: N/A