IHA Lecturers & Courses

Dear lecturers,

We are going through a difficult period and I hope that this email finds you and your loved ones in good health.

On 3/1/21, a joint meeting of the Executive Committee and the Education Committee of the organization was held. At this meeting, the topic of holding the courses was discussed. Most of the pools are not open now and there are many restrictions on the activities of those that are open. The pandemic has halted most of the courses, and this has implications for training, course completion and meeting conditions in order to continue to be considered a lecturer.

Therefore, it was decided that:

Currently a lecturer who has not taught for 3 years cannot be considered a lecturer. This period was extended to five years, until the end of 2024.

Two years prolongation for course completion for participants: two years from the day of last course for participant (now: one year).

Up to 2 more people can attend a course to complete days which they missed, meaning that up to 18 (now: 16) in a course without an assistant and up to 26 (now: 24) for a course with an assistant. This is only for completion and not for an entire course.

Best wishes and stay safe,

Yael Yoshei
Chairperson, IHA Education and Research Committee

If you are interested in attending an organised Halliwick course contact your National association here or local IHA Halliwick lecturers.

Here is an up to date list of IHA Lecturers – IHA Lecturers for IHA website – updated November 2019

The current recognised quality and standards for organising a basic (foundation) Halliwick Course can be found here – Current requirements

IHA Recognised Basic/Foundation and Advanced Halliwick Courses held in 2018 can be found here – 2018 Halliwick courses