The KSP founder Geoffrey Kimimba said the course is expected to take place on August 15 and they expect many people to attend.
“All is set for the life serving and diving course, it will be held on August 15 at Marine in Kigamboni, we ask those interested to register, it is very important as we will cover many topics,” he said.
He said the aim of the course is to train people in life saving and diving lessons.
Kimimba said the course is in line with their missions to dedicate itself to nurturing and advancement of hidden skills, training the community on general water skills and life saving skills that will enable trainees to either rescue or survive from water dangers.
The KSP is one of the leading agencies which promote life serving and swimming, and offer diving course.
Other KSP aims are educating the community and bringing awareness in life saving skills.
Organizing regular swimming events for different groups’ categories and acting as legal representatives (hence agent) for professional sports figures such as athletes and coaches is as well in the list of the objectives.
The KSP aims also include procuring and negotiating employments and endorsement contracts for the athletes and coaches or any other professional figures in water sports industry.
The center further offers young boys and girls opportunity to be inventive and creative in water sports activities.
Participation in designing water sports or activities including publicizing, promoting and organizing events is moreover the center's aim.
The center gears towards provision of an outlet for advanced participation and competition in water sports, dealing with all aspects of swimming industry client’s finances from investments to all aspects of financial management.
Identifying barriers and challenges to water sports promotion in various communities is also in the list of the center's aims.
The KSP was previously known as Tanzania Marine Swimming Club and it has provided its services to many local and international companies and organizations.