The development of the mobile pool was made possible thanks to the support of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne (EPFL), the Alliance Foundation and in 2011
The engineering work was carried out by Bern University of Applied Sciences (Berner Fachhochschule (BFH) and the company Atlantiques Solutions




« is the competence center for all questions concerning water sports. These are based on an educational concept which has been proved notably in the training of teatchers who are specialized in helping children to feel at ease in water as well as swiming and general filtness in water. strongly support the Aqwa Itineris projet so that as many children as possible are able to swim and that anyone might have access to the benefits of water. »

Elisabeth Herzig, responsable for the training of water fitness in Switzerland
Dany Sollero, responsable for training in the French part of Switzerland

Swiss Life-Saving Society (SRLG/SSS)

« The Swiss Life-Saving Society is convinced that the Aqwa Itineris project could help improve the situation in Switzerland to make swimming education accessible to children as well as provide private swimming lessons (…).

Therefore, the SRLG/SSS can only encourage such a project and looks forward to soon seeing mobile swimming schools across Switzerland. »

Reto Abächerli, Executive Director
Stéphanie Bürgi-Dollet, Head of Prevention

Swiss Swimming Federation

« We have read with great interest about the «Mobile Aquatic Centre». A mobile swimming pool could give many small towns, lacking pools, the opportunity to organise swimming lessons for children, which is an important and welcome innovation. »

Barbara Moosmann, Executive Director

Canton of Vaud, Physical Education and Sport Department

« I confirm the interest of the Physical Education and Sport Department (SEPS) in the mobile pool project. »

Florian Etter, Educational Assistant