Swimming Strategies Registration Form
Private swimming lesson screening form including COVID-19 traceback information
Completing this online form will also be accepted as confirmation that you agree to the following Swimming Strategies Terms and Conditions:
- Pool rules are to be followed at all times. All students participating in Swimming Strategies classes will be provided full instructions before training begins.
- Children not allowed in the pool area before or after swimming lessons.
- Anyone Under 18 years must have a parent or guardian complete this form.
- Lessons cannot commence until the booking fee is paid in full.
- Lessons must be completed within 6 weeks from start date.
- Swimming Strategies reserve the right to edit where necessary, our terms and conditions and will give students adequate notice.
- All lessons will start on time at the agreed start time. If students arrive late for the scheduled lesson, we regret that we cannot extend your lesson time and it will finish at the scheduled end time.
- On the last day of the course, an assessment will be done. Students will be directed whether they can move onto the next level or should repeat the level. The participants will then have an opportunity to re-book for the next course before booking re-opens to the general public. Places are limited. No bookings will be taken without payment.
- Registering for a course of lessons will be done on a first come first served basis.
Swimming Strategies Cancellation Policy:
To cancel a lesson Swimming Strategies must be contacted by phone call, text or email a minimum of 48 hours before lesson is scheduled to commence. Failure to notify Swimming Strategies will result in the the lesson being forfeited.
Swimming lessons can only be given to person named at the time of booking and as confirmed by Swimming Strategies. Scheduled lessons cannot be transferred to another child without prior written consent by Swimming Strategies at least 48 hours prior to the scheduled lesson.
If you cancel a single lesson or term of lessons, having paid in advance, Swimming Strategies will not be obliged to provide you with any credit, refund or rescheduling of lesson or term of lessons.
GDPR TERMS: Swimming Strategies would like to send you information and updates about our swimming lessons via emails. We’ll always treat your personal data with utmost care and will never share or sell details to other companies for marketing purposes!
By completing the form on this webpage you acknowledge and agree to these GDPR Terms and would like to receive updates from Swimming Strategies.
Contact tracing identifies people who were in close contact with someone who has coronavirus.
It is done to try to reduce the spread of coronavirus in the community. The people who do this work are ‘contact tracers’.
For more information about contact tracing please go to the HSE website at the following link:
Swimming Strategies follow the HSE guidelines and recommendations in relation to contact tracing and the information on this registration page helps in this regard.
It is the policy of Swimming Strategies to accept electronic signatures as defined within this policy for author validation of documentation, content accuracy and completeness with all the associated ethical, business, and legal implications. This process operates within a secured infrastructure, ensuring integrity of process and minimizing risk of unauthorized activity in the design, use, and access of the electronic health records.
To establish a foundation for technical and human interaction policy and procedure decisions to guide legal and compliant electronic signature processes. To improve signature legibility, facilitate the use of electronic signatures for client records generated during swimming lessons, validate information accuracy and completeness, verify the identification and appropriateness of electronic record authors, and support nonrepudiation.
Electronic signature, attestation, and authorship are referred to in this document as e-signature. Individuals authorized to affix an electronic signature to a documentation or record shall be limited to individuals with defined privileges.
Electronic signature is used for records as a means of attestation of electronic record entries, transcribed documents, and computer-generated documents. Properly executed electronic signatures are considered legally binding as a means to identify the author of record entries, confirm content accuracy and completeness as intended by the author, and to ensure e-signature integrity is maintained for the life of the electronic record.
Types of E-Signatures:
The policy delineates the types of e-signature functionality acceptable for use in Swimming Strategies and the method of organization approval of each type prior to initial use.
A properly executed electronic process signifying an approval of an entry or document content presented in electronic format may encompass a broad gamut of technologies and methodologies, ranging from an “I agree” button in a click-through agreement, to an electronic tablet that accepts a handwritten digitized signature, to a digital signature cryptographically tied to a digital ID or certificate.
Use of biological data, such as fingerprints, handprints, retinal scans, and pen strokes, to authenticate an individual.
A cryptographic signature (a digital key) that authenticates the user, provides nonrepudiation, and ensures message integrity. This is the strongest signature because it protects the signature by a type of “tamper-proof seal” that breaks if the message content were to be altered.
An electronic representation of a handwritten signature. The image of a handwritten signature may be created and saved using various methods, such as using a signature pad, scanning a wet signature, or digital photography. The signature may be “captured” in real time (at the time the user applies the signature), or a saved image captured at the point of normal business operations may be imported. The digitized signature is useful for client signatures that must be collected for consent, application forms or any other type of electronic form requiring client signature.