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New ISR Self-Rescue Infants and Non-Walkers
For children new to the program who are at least 6 to 12 months old. Your child should be sitting unassisted. Also for children older than 12 months , but who have yet mastered walking. It takes an average of 4 weeks for babies to complete the training. ISR

New ISR Self-Rescue Walkers & Toddlers
These are the standard ISR lessons discussed on the ISR website. These are for children 1 year and up that have mastered walking. These lessons usually take 6 weeks to complete.

New ISR Big Kids
For children new to the program who are older than 3.5 years old. Generally, the program for big kids is 3-4 weeks but can be up to 6 weeks.

Refresher- Returning Floaters
For children who have already completed lessons as infants and are coming back this year to learn the full swim-float-swim sequence. It takes an average of 4 weeks to complete but can vary depending on the child.

Refresher- Returning Walkers & Toddlers
For children who have already completed survival lessons and are under 3.5 years old. Since these skills are not new to the children, refresher lessons usually take approximately 2 to 3 weeks.

Refresher- Returning Big Kids
For children who have already completed survival lessons and are older than 3.5 years old. Since these skills are not new to the children, refresher lessons usually take approximately 1 to 2 weeks.

Maintenance
These lessons are for children who have already completed survival lessons. Maintenance lessons help students to maintain their skills and confidence throughout the year. Ideally, maintenance lessons should be scheduled at the intervals recommended by the instructor, ranging from once or twice a week to once a month.