Youth Sports Instructor Job Description

Youth Sports Instructor Job Description

October 8th, 2019

Youth Sports Instructors furnish individuals and small cohorts with pertinent training to facilitate sporting excellence. Youth Sports Instructors typically augment the guidance rendered by Youth Sports Coaches, which prioritizes group performance.

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We are searching for a perceptive and well-rounded Youth Sports Instructor to train individuals and small cohorts. The Youth Sports Instructor should familiarize trainees with pertinent sporting guidelines, diagnose and remedy form-related issues, and provide instruction on safe, effective sporting techniques. You should also bolster emotional functioning through coaching.

To ensure success as a Youth Sports Instructor, you should exercise refined communication and coordination techniques. Invariably, a skilled Youth Sports Instructor will foster persistence and respect among trainees.

Youth Sports Instructor Responsibilities:

  • Teaching sports-related rules and procedures.
  • Analyzing gait, overall form, agility, and existing techniques.
  • Safeguarding sports players from avoidable injuries by instilling appropriate techniques.
  • Supervising the use of pertinent sporting equipment.
  • Conducting safe remedial lessons following incapacity.
  • Outlining important nutritional requirements if requested.
  • Entering sports players in upcoming tournaments.
  • Solidifying mental agility through coaching.
  • Encouraging diligence, adherence to sporting guidelines, and sportsmanship.

Youth Sports Instructor Requirements:

  • High school diploma.
  • Completion of an applicable Instructor's training program is advantageous.
  • Experience as a credible, hands-on Sports Instructor, preferably for youth.
  • A history of commendable sporting achievement.
  • Well-honed sports-related diagnostic abilities.
  • Brilliant coordination, mentorship, and calculated risk-taking techniques.
  • Polished verbal communication abilities.

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