By William Burnett
Nature of Work
Place of Work: Sports instructors are employed by sports associations, college athletic departments, holiday resorts, health spas, clubs, parks, and recreational facilities. Some instructors are self-employed, giving private lessons to many different clients.
Work Conditions: Working conditions vary depending on the sport.
Abilities needed: Sports instructors assess each participant’s level of ability and may assign game positions accordingly.
Education Needed: Depending on where you want to work, you may also be required to have a college degree. Relevant areas of study include physical education, exercise science, physiology, and kinesiology.
Important School Subjects: English, Mathematics, Biology, Business & Management, Health & Physical Education
Teaching them the fundamental of the sport they want to get into.
Worst Part: See the people leave when they don't need your help anymore.
Values That Match This Career: It takes skill to teach all these different sports.
Another one is power it takes a lot of power to get overcome the obstacles that gets in your way.