The fourth national Infant Aquatics Conference brought together instructors from across the US and Mexico for an educational and fun weekend devoted to maintaining our reputation as the premier swim program in the world for teaching infants and toddlers to swim. The conference afforded instructors over 12 hours of in-water education where we learned new and creative techniques for teaching infants and young children to safely enjoy the water. We added a stroke workshop aimed at transitioning children from swim-float-swim to technically correct freestyle and backstroke. It was a great way for new instructors to be introduced to veterans, with the opportunity to share ideas and provide instructors with continuing education to better serve their communities and achieve their mission of water safety, drowning prevention and producing outstanding young swimmers. We're looking forward to our next conference in Atlanta, featuring a special needs curriculum and a workshop on butterfly and breaststroke.