Rebecca teaches for Puddle Ducks Nottinghamshire, North Leicestershire and South Yorkshire, and has risen through the ranks to become Head of Teaching for the franchise. Over the next few weeks, we’re going to be sharing with you a week in the life of Rebecca, focusing on one day per week, learning about what she does on a day to day basis and how she spends her down time.
Day Four – Monday 22nd January
Good Baby & Pre-school classes this morning and it was nice to see customers that I used to teach, even if it did feel like I was ‘intruding’ on the new teacher, as she is clearly doing a good job and the swimmers love her! Up until Christmas I was teaching at this pool but then moved to a different pool. Back home for one hour to complete registers, do a complete venue risk assessment with details about the pool from this morning, check my emails and respond to any teacher/franchisee emails, make the boys tea and then back out for school run before going off to gymnastics with the boys.
Teaching with Puddle Ducks
We’re always on the lookout for hard workers with a love of water and children, who care enough about giving babies and children a gift of complete freedom and pleasure in the water, and want to give them something that is both a skill for life and a life-saving skill.
Find out more about becoming a Puddle Ducks teacher.Find out more.
Franchising with Puddle Ducks
Just like the children we teach, a Puddle Ducks’ franchise is completely unique. It’s an investment that allows you to do something you love and turn it into a profitable business.
All of our franchisees start off teaching in the water, so they can fully immerse themselves in the product and truly understand their customers. But ultimately, the aim is for you to manage a team of teachers, taking ownership of your own territory.
We’ll be there to help every step of the way. It’s up to you how quickly you go from dipping your toes in to diving in at the deep end.
Find out more about franchising with Puddle Ducks.Find out more.