Infant Swimming Resource (ISR) is a nationally recognized comprehensive drowning prevention program with a specific mission of preventing childhood drowning through specialized aquatic survival training.

ISR is the product of more than 40 years of dedicated research and development to solve the preventable tragedy of infant and childhood drowning.  We have successfully taught more than 160,000 students with more than 6 million safe and effective lessons to our credit.  In addition, we have 741 affidavits on file of students who have saved themselves from definite drowning situations using ISR techniques.  Currently, ISR has approximately 250 certified instructors in the United States and abroad.

What qualifications does an ISR instructor have?

ISR Instructors are the most highly trained and qualified instructors in any swimming program in the country.  Becoming an ISR instructor is a serious undertaking as each candidate is carefully screened through extensive, multiple interviews in order to qualify for the training.   The ISR instructor training program includes a minimum of 60 hours of hands on, supervised in-water training working with actual students.  Each instructor is also academically trained and tested in areas such as child psychology, physiology, anatomy and behavioral science.   All instructors are also required to maintain current CPR and First Aid certification.  In addition, all instructors must undergo strict re-certification testing annually to maintain their affiliation with the ISR program.

ISR Non-Discrimination Policy
Infant Swimming Resource, LLC ("ISR") complies with all federal and state laws and regulations and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, religion or disability. It is the policy of ISR to provide reasonable accommodations to its disabled applicants and students, with the provision of appropriate documentation of the need for the accommodation.

Please visit our award winning website at www.infantswim.com to learn more about ISR, the most comprehensive drowning prevention program in the world.