Diving Instructional Camps (2017)
For divers, ages 5 through 12th grade.
Level I – Beginner: This program is for divers new to the sport and will focus on fundamentals. Skills learned include: forward and backwards approach, dry land training, and basic dives. These skills improve flexibility, body awareness, balance, agility, and confidence. To participate, the child must have the ability to swim 25 yards without stopping.
Level II – Intermediate: This program is for divers that have limited experience and a desire to grow their diving skills. Skills learned include: developing approaches, fine tuning basic dives, flipping and introducing spatial awareness. This class will include learning basic skill on the trampoline with safety spotting belt and introduction to spotting.
Level III – Advanced: This program is for divers that have a basic working knowledge of the sport and wish to expand their diving skills to a more competitive level. Skills learned include: advanced trampoline work (with safety spotting belt), flipping and spotting, and further development of spatial awareness. One will also gain more confidence in their diving abilities as improvements will be made in motor skills and balance.
Level IV – Competitive Advanced: This program is for divers that have had competition experience (country club, junior high, AAU, high school, and/or Junior Olympic). Skills learned include: dry land training, strength training, advanced flipping and twisting, spotting, advanced trampoline skills with spotting belt, and water spotting belt.
Private diving lessons with Aaron Paskvan are available for $20/half-hour. Please email him directly at email@example.com for more information and registration.
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Camp Registration & Payments
Mail-in registration will begin on Monday, April 3, 2017. Any registrations postmarked prior to Friday, March 31, 2017, will go the end of the week’s registrations and will not be processed until Monday, April 10.
If you wish to register by mail-in registration, payments may only be made by check. No credit cards are accepted.
Please make all checks payable to Calvin College (specific camp)
Please make a separate check for EACH camp
(ex.: Calvin College Swimming, Calvin College Soccer, etc.)
Mail to: Kinesiology Department, Calvin College, 3195 Knight Way SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546-4406
All balances are due on the first day of camp.
Online registration will be available beginning Monday, April 3, 2017, at 9:00am EDT. At this site, you may only pay electronically and the full payment is due with registration.
Walk-in registrations will not be accepted until Monday, April 10, 2017. Payments may be made by check or cash (exact change) ONLY. Credit cards are not accepted in person.
There will be NO REFUNDS once your session of camp has begun.
There will be NO FULL refunds after Friday, June 9, 2017.
Registration convenience fees from online registrations are non-refundable.
If you transfer your child’s camp after registering, regardless of whether it is before or after Friday, June 9, 2017, you will be charged the online fee for registration as this is considered a separate registration by the registration service.
DEPOSITS, as indicated in the brochure, WILL NOT be refunded, transferred to another camp/section/time slot or transferred to another child after Friday, June 9, 2017, regardless of date of registration.
Location detailsVenema Aquatic Center in the Spoelhof Fieldhouse Complex at Calvin College. Please meet on the pool deck area of the Venema Aquatic Center nearest the diving boards on the first day of lessons.
- Calvin College, Venema Aquatic Center Venema Aquatic Center | Map
- 3195 Knight Way SE
- Grand Rapids
- Michigan, 49546-4402
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