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Top 50 Gymnasium Instructor Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Gymnasium Instructor. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Gymnasium Instructor resumes they appeared on. For example, 23.0% of Gymnasium Instructor resumes contained AGE Groups as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Gymnasium Instructor actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Gymnasium Instructor:

1. AGE Groups

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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Motivated and encouraged children of all age groups in exercises to build strength and balance while also teaching specific gymnastics skills.
  • Manage groups as counselor for camp through gymnastics, rock climbing, swimming, arts and crafts, etc.CAMPUS ACTIVITIES
  • Instruct various gymnastics skills, consult with parents, work with a range of age groups
  • Created bi-weekly lesson plans and schedules for 5 different class levels and age groups.
  • Assisted and implemented physical education skills to different age groups and genders of students.
  • Organize and lead daily strength and conditioning workouts for all different age groups.
  • Work with various age groups - from age four to adult.
  • Planned Games / Assisted in Lesson Planning for all age groups.
  • Coached all levels of gymnastics and all age groups.
  • Choreographed material for several age groups.
  • Provided training to a large number of students belonging to different age groups.
  • coached 4 different age groups ranging from 3-12yrs!

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2. Gymnastics Classes

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Here's how Gymnastics Classes is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Instruct and Schedule Gymnastics Classes: Individual and Group Lessons Responsible for Dorm Safety and Organization Choreograph Routines for Competitive Meets
  • Lead, facilitate, and manage girl's gymnastics classes to improve self-confidence, physical strength, and self-esteem.
  • Lead structured gymnastics classes for groups of 8-12 children ranging in age from 10 months to 5 years.
  • Coach of the competitive Gymnastics team and Instructor of recreational gymnastics classes for children ages 2-16
  • Lead gymnastics classes with parental participation for children ages 4 months through 3 years.
  • Organized & taught two gymnastics classes which met twice weekly for children & adolescents.
  • Coached and administered recreational gymnastics classes for children of ages 2 through 13.
  • Lead gymnastics classes with parental participation ages 2 years through 3 years old.
  • Teach fitness and gymnastics classes to all ages and abilities.
  • Lead and Assistant instructor for children's gymnastics classes.
  • Instructed gymnastics classes for children ages 3-6 years.
  • Instruct recreational gymnastics classes for students 18 mo.
  • Coached gymnastics classes of 10-20 students per class.
  • Managed registration and payment for gymnastics classes.
  • Develop, organize, and teach gymnastics classes
  • Led gymnastics classes Helped parents understand the program, taught gymnastics skills, taught students proper peer interaction
  • Instructed coed gymnastics classes Worked with children ranging in ages from 3-6
  • Instruct and lead cheerleading and gymnastics classes for children.
  • Instruct recreational and team gymnastics classes ages 2 - .
  • Set up equipment Lead warmups for all gymnastics classes Tracked attendance for the classes I instructed.

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3. Ensure Safety

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Here's how Ensure Safety is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Supervised and physical supported children ages 3 to 12 in proper gymnastics movements to ensure safety and fun.
  • Help observe and assist athletes demonstrating different skills on apparatus to ensure safety for children ages 3-12.
  • Supervised various ages of children and young adults to ensure safety during open gym.
  • Assist other instructors when necessary to ensure safety and teacher: student ratio.
  • Enforce rules and regulations of recreational facilities to maintain discipline and ensure safety.
  • Checked and ensure safety of members when instructing classes.
  • Instruct children in gymnastics lessons Ensure safety of children while using proper judgment during lessons Make recommendations for advancement in classes

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4. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Stressed importance of education in exercise through lesson plans and various physical activities
  • Create engaging lesson plans focused on encouraging individual growth and development.
  • Led classes of 10-20 children, devised lesson plans, set up gym, and maintained cleanliness.
  • Create lesson plans for each class and supervise and instruct children in proper posture and technique.
  • Created weekly lesson plans that aligned with camp's theme for that week.
  • Prepare lesson plans and routines for weekly classes, enforce facility policies.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans relevant to age and skill level.
  • Created my own daily lesson plans for my daily hourly classes.
  • Created lesson plans daily to meet the needs of the students.
  • Trained and managed staff in teaching and utilizing my lesson plans.
  • Followed lesson plans and proper skill improvement for competitive gymnasts.
  • Teach and organize groups of children according to lesson plans.
  • Create and implement lesson plans for gymnastics classes.
  • Created innovative and exciting lesson plans.
  • Write lesson plans for The Tots classes.
  • Develop and execute lesson plans and choreography Maintain safety of children, teach USAG safe and proper gymnastics techniques.
  • Created lesson plans, taught them to children from ages 3- 6 yrs.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans for students in all levels of gymnastics Supervised staff Doubled program and participation
  • make lesson plans, provide children with good, safe fun, handle money, cheerleading competitions.
  • created lesson plans/activities, coached gymnastics to young children, guided birthday partiesand cleaned gym

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5. Birthday Parties

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Here's how Birthday Parties is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Manage children's birthday parties, making sure each child play safely and have a memorable time at the party.
  • Organized and lead a variety of gymnastics classes and birthday parties to children ages 4-10 years old.
  • Hosted and performed supervision of birthday parties, open gyms, camps, clinics and other activities.
  • Managed and supervised birthday parties for children on weekends, organized and kept intact areas of workplace.
  • Structured and interacted with the children at birthday parties from arrival to gym exit.
  • Supervised activities during children's birthday parties, including rock climbing and gymnastics
  • Cleaned and set up gymnastics equipment as well as birthday parties.
  • Coordinated, managed and instructed youth gymnastics and aquatic birthday parties.
  • Instructed fun yet structured birthday parties for children 1+.
  • Planned and led birthday parties for children ages 1-13.
  • Worked birthday parties and summer camp.
  • Facilitated fun during weekend birthday parties.
  • Prepared and ran birthday parties.
  • Operated children's birthday parties.
  • Focus on teaching gymnastic skills from beginner to advanced recreational gymnastics * Assist with gymnastic camps and gymnastic birthday parties
  • Supervised and lifeguarded Gym during birthday parties at the facility.
  • Hosted birthday parties and created custom curriculums for each customer
  • Worked with up to 25 children at one time Coached preschool gymnastics classes Organized all birthday parties
  • Host Birthday parties Coach beginner to advanced classes Instruct tumbling classes
  • Lead Workouts -Demonstrate Skills -Prepare gymnasts for competitions/exhibitions -Host birthday parties

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6. Girls

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Here's how Girls is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Instructed boys and girls in all elements of gymnastics, conducted and supervised birthday parties
  • Implement leadership skills by teaching girls and boys the entry level skills of gymnastics
  • Led girls and boys gymnastics courses for by using listening and strength building exercises
  • Instructed students boys and girls of various ages and skill level.
  • Instruct boys and girls recreational and preschool level gymnastics classes.
  • Coached beginner through advanced gymnastics classes to girls ages 3-15
  • Assist in coaching and training girls competitive team.
  • Dance director for girls and boys USAG team.
  • Instructed classes of all ages boys and girls
  • Teach boys and girls fundamental gymnastics skills.
  • Helped girls ages 7- 17 achieve goals they set for themselves by the end of the camp week
  • Coached boys and girls gymnastic class (ages 3 to 12)
  • Head coach and girls team coach.
  • Provided gymnastics instruction, cheerleading/tumbling training, and dance coaching to both recreational and competitive boys and girls age 5-17.
  • Collaborated with 3 other instructors to develop and implement training curriculums to prepare girls ages 5-18 for gymnastics competition.
  • Major Accomplishment Taught hundreds of boys and girls proper technique to ensure safe skills in gymnastics and cheer.
  • Provided private gymnastics instruction, cheerleading support, and dance coaching to girls age 10-17.
  • Prepared young girls 13 and up, one-on-one, for upcoming cheerleading tryouts.
  • Instructed girls ages 3-15 on gymnastics and cheerleading fundamentals
  • Organized Schedules and lesson plans * Taught preschool and Levels 1 and 2 girls gymnastics * Created a safe enjoyable learning environment

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7. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Established and maintained effective and productive working relationships and customer service within a diverse and multicultural environment.
  • Opened/closed the facility, balanced cash box and prepared daily cash receipts for bank deposits, and offered customer service.
  • Head Lifeguard Delivers the highest level of customer service and consistency to both Members and Team Members.
  • Attended any family that needed any customer service with their child or accounts in our system.
  • Champion customer service in my branch by training my team mates on a monthly basis.
  • Maintained a high level of customer service while working with both students and their parents.
  • Handled phones, made/returned calls and/or routed to appropriate individuals, and provided customer service.
  • Used demonstration, communication, customer service, and team building skills.
  • Hosted birthday parties and assisted parents in a customer service atmosphere.
  • Handle payments as well as any other customer service situations.
  • Provide top customer service to children and parents.
  • Provide excellent customer service at all times.
  • Provide customer service throughout the park.
  • Provided customer service to clients.
  • Provide patient and considerate customer service daily cleaning CV
  • Facilitated gymnastics classes for children 4 months-12 years Provided customer service to The Little Gym's 500+ members Implemented gymnastics class curriculum
  • Maintain and organize files and paperwork Provide customer service, including excellent phone skills Teach basic and intermediate gymnastics to children
  • managed traffic flow and customer service sold new services and registered clients for classes, meets and private instruction.
  • Prepare participants for workouts (warm-ups, cool-downs) * Teach participants routines for safe workouts * Customer Service
  • Conduct dance and gymnastics instruction for children ages 3 to 12 Lead dancercise and ballet classes for adults Provided customer service

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8. Skill Levels

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Here's how Skill Levels is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Assisted in coaching various skill levels and ages on floor, beam, vault, and bars.
  • Created daily lesson plans for eight separate sessions of students of varying ages and skill levels.
  • Instruct children of different ages and skill levels ranging from developmental classes to team level.
  • Instructed gymnastics classes for multiple age and skill levels, from beginner to advanced classes.
  • Organized and led classes for children, adolescents and adults at varying skill levels.
  • Instructed gymnastic courses for multiple ages and skill levels in a positive learning environment.
  • Plan and manage classes for students of various ages and skill levels.
  • Instruct private lessons for both children and adults of all skill levels.
  • Designed and created weekly lesson plans for various skill levels of instruction.
  • Worked with skill levels up to level 7 on all events.
  • Integrated special needs children into all skill levels.
  • Developed weekly plans for different skill levels.
  • Taught/coached gymnastics to children and teens of all backgrounds and skill levels Devised and developed lesson plans for gymnastics classes
  • Worked with all ages from 3-15 yrs old, at various skill levels Organized class activities and lessons
  • Trained and guided individuals of varying skill levels in an attempt to master gymnastics and cheerleading maneuvers.
  • Assisted students with gymnastics practice to maintain and improve on fitness and skill levels.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans for classes Educated members by demonstrating equipment use Instructed 4-6 classes at various skill levels
  • Coach beginner level gymnastics classes for childen ages 4-13 Teach children gymnastics skills, techniques and safety Evaluate skill levels and progress

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9. Beginner

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Here's how Beginner is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Demonstrate ability to work successfully with beginners through advanced rock climbers.
  • Developed and taught a Beginners gymnastics/Cheer curriculum for young children.
  • Experience assisting with beginner, school age children's gymnastics coaching, providing a learning environment and safe movements.
  • Teach gymnastics to a variety of groups from children to teenagers, beginners to advanced gymnastics.
  • Promoted from beginner level instructor to team level coach after only two months of employment.
  • Choreographed full routines at a high standard for beginner's right through to advanced students.
  • Trained elementary through high school students, beginner and advanced levels of gymnastics.
  • Teach preschool and beginner gymnastics classes and assist in intermediate gymnastics instruction.
  • Teach gymnastics to children ages 1-15 at the beginner to advanced levels.
  • Introduced beginner level tumbling and apparatus skills to youth aged students.
  • Teach beginner to advanced level gymnastics on all apparatus.
  • Created a gymnastics program for beginners of all ages.
  • Teach and instruct children ages 2-6 beginner gymnastic skills.
  • Instructed students on beginner level activities and parent liaison.
  • Teach beginner level gymnastics to children.
  • Cheer tumble beginner and advance.
  • Taught/Instructed gymnastics and cheerleading skills during structured beginner, intermediate and advanced classes for children ages 5 and up.
  • Summer - Fall 2011 Instructing children in three different beginners groups, aged two to eight.
  • Coached competitive gymnastics Taught beginner level gymnastics to ages ranging from two to eighteen
  • Organized the schedule for summer, spring, and winter break Spoke in Spanish and English .Head coach for beginners program .

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10. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Provided quality gymnastics instruction to individuals ages 2-21, provided safe environment, helped individuals advance through basic progressions.
  • Teach skills, and provide an enjoyable, fun, and safe environment for the children to learn and practice.
  • Created lesson plans, provided a safe environment for children ages 2-7 to learn basic to intermediate gymnastic skills.
  • Teach classes, Prep gym/pool for class, maintain safe environment, and give progress reports to parents.
  • Focus on developing skills while encouraging participation in a fun, healthy and safe environment.
  • Help with supervisor and controlling children to ensure they are practicing in a safe environment.
  • Used disciplinary and educational skills to provide a safe environment for young children.
  • Provide knowledge of the sport and a fun and safe environment for children.
  • Provide a safe environment for students to practice and learn new skills.
  • Provide a fun and safe environment for children to practice and learn.
  • Provide children with a safe environment to gain confidence through movement.
  • Created a constant safe environment for the children to interact in.
  • Help with maintaining a clean and safe environment for the children.
  • Maintained a fun and safe environment for the children.
  • Involved physical training in a safe environment.
  • Provide safe environment for athletes to perfect skills
  • Teach children non-competitive gymnastics in a safe environment to advance individual gymnastics abilities and build positive image and self-esteem.
  • Established a safe environment for the athletes by following regulations and supervising for the en- tirety of the practice.
  • Maintained a safe environment by ensuring proper equipment set up in addition to teaching gymnasts safety precautions.
  • Created and maintained a safe environment -Create series of exercises to gain strength and coordination -Gain trust by safely spotting gymnastics moves

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11. Private Lessons

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Here's how Private Lessons is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Provided private lessons for individual instruction.
  • Responded to customer inquiries regarding gym policies and procedures, scheduled private lessons and birthday parties, and organized lesson plans.
  • Helped each student achieve their tumbling goals using various methods such as private lessons, discussions, and demonstrations.
  • Instructed large classes * Selected to teach private lessons * Responsible for the safety and well being of students
  • Run day camps, private lessons, open gyms, and gymnastics competitions as well as special all-YMCA events
  • Instruct Gymnastics from Beginner to Advanced Level Manage and Schedule Classes Organize Community Events Instruct Private Lessons
  • Conduct private lessons to improve the skill level of cheerleaders and gymnasts.
  • Worked with parents and children to achieve goals through private lessons.
  • Created age-appropriate exercises for children in classes and private lessons.
  • Progressed to coaching team gymnastics and private lessons on weekends.
  • Plan and conduct gymnastics classes and private lessons.
  • Conduct private lessons for gymnasts of all ages.
  • Conduct private lessons to campers upon request.
  • Instructed gymnastic, cheerleading and tumbling classes, in groups of five to twelve students and conducted private lessons for individuals.
  • Provide Private lessons for clients in the fields of Gymnastics, Parkour, Tricking, and General fitness.
  • Teach private lessons for students in the fundamentals of saxophone performance.
  • Coached gymnastics to children ranging in ages 2-adult Private lessons
  • Summer gymnastics campcounselor, private lessons, dance classes.

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12. Front Desk

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Here's how Front Desk is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Coached competitive level gymnasts from ages 5-12 years -Front desk receptionist assisting with registrations, payments, phone calls, etc.
  • Assist in front desk duties; phone calls, working with Microsoft office, and building long lasting customer relationships.
  • Managed front desk duties, including taking payments, enrolling into classes and scheduling Birthday parties.
  • Worked at the front desk and helped with enrollment Organized Competition's Compulsory level Head Coach
  • Assisted Front Desk Personnel with new client orientation, payment collection and bookkeeping.
  • Assisted other departments, such as game room and front desk.
  • Front desk duties including answering phones, filing, contacts.
  • Check in customers at the front desk.
  • Perform front desk opening and administrative duties.
  • Worked front desk took payment and coached gymnastics
  • Front Desk duties at base gymnasium.
  • Work the front desk with consist of answering any questions customers have, answer the phone, take payments and etc.
  • Managed front desk student profile software system Responsibilities included customer service, scheduling, and data entry.
  • Trained new team members in customer service, curriculum education, and managing the front desk.
  • Front desk worker as well as preschool, grade school and parent-child gymnastics instructor.
  • Front Desk/ Customer Service -Received payment from customers -Received inbound calls from new and current customers.
  • Team Coach compulsory levels 3,4, 5 Recreational for ages 6-10 Front Desk/office receptionist

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13. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Opened the office in Citrus Heights location on Saturdays.-Worked with a special needs class that held 8 children of all ages.
  • Specialized in teaching children and adults with special needs (autism, down syndrome, etc.)
  • Work one-on-one with children with special needs while maintaining focus and productivity for other children in class.
  • Instructed children and adults to be water safe, specialist in fearful and special needs students.
  • Instructed children, including special needs, ages two-nine the basics of gymnastics and rhythmic gymnastics.
  • Have experience with special needs children with autism, ADHD, and learning disabilities.
  • Cared for groups of teenagers with special needs within the foster care system.
  • Volunteer coach of a special needs cheer team for all children with disabilities.
  • Worked with children, special needs, and difficult parents at times.
  • Run private and group classes for children with special needs.
  • Increased enrollment- specifically with special needs and high energy children.
  • Assist head instructor with special needs children.
  • Interacted and taught children with special needs.
  • Worked with special needs children.
  • Worked with special needs children along side therapists.

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14. Proper Technique

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Here's how Proper Technique is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Swim: I taught kids how to be safe near and around the pool while working on the proper technique of swimming
  • Job Duties: Taught students on proper body mechanics to utilize power to tumble and execute proper techniques.
  • Provide gymnastics and fitness training and instruction for clients on proper techniques during different tumbling skills.
  • Assisted in proper technique and instruction for youth ages 4 to 9 years old.
  • Instruct amateur athletes by teaching and supervising proper techniques for tumbling and gymnastics activities.
  • Instruct & demonstrate proper technique of skills in a step by step format.
  • Teach the development of skills and proper techniques in area of specialty.
  • Ensured student safety and guided them in proper technique and form.
  • Teach gymnasts proper techniques to ensure safety and progress in ability.
  • Explain and/or demonstrate proper technique while executing stunting and tumbling techniques.
  • Instruct students on proper techniques for their individual skill level.
  • Improved students' safety through proper technique, decreasing injuries.
  • Demonstrated proper techniques for use of gymnastics equipment.
  • Educated the students on proper technique and form.
  • Instruct children on proper technique of gymnastics skills.
  • Demonstrated proper technique and form for activities.
  • Teach proper techniques for tumbling skills.
  • Coach a vari-ety of skills, proper technique, conditioning, spotting gymnasts and preparing routines for the competitive season.
  • ILInsured the safety of children ages 2-17 while teaching hem the proper techniques of gymnastics.

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15. Gym Equipment

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Here's how Gym Equipment is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Provide guidance and instruction to customers in the use of the gym equipment.
  • Instruct various moves and technique on gym equipment.
  • Coached young children in basic gymnastic techniques Responsible for the safety of the children Cleaned gym equipment Planned and created class activities

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Here's how Special Events is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Provided customer service and answered questions about available classes, private lessons, special events, summer camps, etc.
  • Arranged and instructed class lesson plans for the day, coordinated and prepared arts/crafts for camps and special events.
  • Designed cheers for individual participants, for shows, recitals, and special events for beginners to intermediate tumblers.
  • Created weekly lesson plans, performed evaluations on students' progress, and was responsible for special events.
  • Planned and supervised special events for the company such as birthday parties and local Mom's Clubs.
  • Helped with preparation, organization, registration, and clean up with special events.
  • Supervised attendees during open gym classes, birthday parties and other special events.
  • Travel to day cares, birthday parties and special events.
  • Help lead special events and summer gymnastics camp activities.
  • Assist with special events scheduled at the facility.
  • Planned and implemented all performances and special events.
  • Worked birthday parties and special events.
  • Organized special events and fundraisers.
  • Coordinate and plan special events such as intra-class competitions and preschool exhibitions
  • Supervised open gym programs; planned and hosted birthday parties and special events; day camp counselor; gymnastics class instructor ACTIVITIES
  • Supervised special events, staffing, and transactional duties including: credit card, cash and daily reconciliation.
  • Coached athletes ages 5-17 Coordinated and facilitated special events each weekend (birthday parties, pizza fun night)
  • Teach recreational gymnastics classes - Teach learning clinics -Supervise birthday parties/special events
  • Coached Children to Develop Skills in Confidence and Tumbling Coordinated Monthly Parents Night Out Assisted Owner with Special Events
  • Facilitated Gymnastic Classes Prepared and implemented lesson plan Coordinated activities and special events Performed related duties as assigned

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17. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Provide and instruct safety procedures and protocols to new and existing clients to insure safety compliance in accordance with USASF guidelines.
  • Explain principles, techniques, and safety procedures to participants in recreational activities, and demonstrate use of materials and equipment.
  • Follow all YMCA emergency and safety procedures.
  • used my knowledge and certification of YMCA emergency and safety procedures.

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Completed office work (phone calls, transactions, scheduling, etc.)
  • Managed telephone calls, daily sales, and class/ birthday party schedules.
  • Assist the director with printing rosters, returning emails and phone calls.
  • Screened and returned all telephone calls and took accurate messages
  • Answered and assisted inquiries via telephone calls and emails.
  • Prepare daily lesson plans, answer phone calls, spotting (all ages and sizes) on gymnastics equipment.
  • Answered phone calls Answered questions parents may have regarding the facility or the skill of gymnastics.

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Here's how Summer Camps is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Planned and conducted after school classes and summer camps.-Ensured children were protected from injuries.-Worked with children aged 3-12.
  • Conducted classes and three hour summer camps for ages 2-14 focused on coordination, teamwork and technique.
  • Spotted kids in gymnastics activities, assisted in summer camps, and on occasion taught classes.
  • Guided 300 children in dance, gymnastics and swim lessons during summer camps Skills Used.
  • Organized and managed birthday parties and also assisted with summer camps and field trips.
  • Instruct Summer Camps providing gymnastics instruction, arts & crafts and organized games.
  • Coordinated 8-week long summer camps and prepared the activities for 15 students daily.
  • Organized & scheduled classes, summer camps, & birthday parties.
  • Lead gymnastics classes and summer camps for preschool and school aged children
  • Create gymnastics classes and summer camps for children of all ages.
  • Hosted birthday parties for grade-school-age children; assisted with summer camps.
  • Coached summer camps and also prepared children for annual recitals.
  • Directed and organized gymnastics summer camps for 400 children.
  • Worked summer camps as well as Gymnastics Showcase.
  • Fall Camps Summer Camps Parents Night Out events
  • Planned and supervised summer camps.
  • Trained students during summer camps.
  • Included organizing daily schedules for classes, competitive teams, and summer camps.
  • Assisted teaching gymnastics to children Helped run summer camps Responsible for assisting in cleanup of facility

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20. Instruct Children

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Here's how Instruct Children is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Instruct children aged 15 months to eighteen years in the discipline of recreational gymnastics.
  • Instruct children 18 months to 18 years old on basic to complex gymnastic skills.
  • Create lesson plans and instruct children and young adults in the fundamentals of Gymnastics.
  • Instruct children age three to twelve on gymnastics skills and physical activities.
  • Instruct children to do certain tasks required in the class.
  • Instruct children of all ages in the sport of gymnastics.
  • Instruct children two days per week on entry level gymnastics.
  • Instruct children's gymnastics classes for ages 2-10 years old.
  • Instruct children ages 3 to 12 years old in gymnastics.
  • Instruct children's gymnastics classes for ages 1-14yrs old.
  • Instruct children age 4-12 in various aspects of gymnastics.
  • Instruct children, ages 2 to 15 yrs.
  • Instruct children in the SUNY Brockport gymnastics program

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21. Physical Activity

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Here's how Physical Activity is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Motivated children to participate in physical activity while promoting safety.
  • Organized games and challenges that promote physical activity among such as dodge ball, basketball, baseball and tennis.
  • Focus on physical activity to build flexibility and strength, develop balance and coordination, and encourage agility.
  • Incorporated balance, coordination, sequential tasks, and physical activity into lesson plans

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Here's how CPR is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Attained multiple certifications in CPR, Blood born pathogens, Child Abuse and United States Gymnastics Association.
  • Experienced in hands on training for safety and was previously certified in CPR.
  • Administered first aid when needed and held CPR certification.
  • Exercised daily team work between different divisions within CPRCAD.
  • Maintained First Aid and CPR certifications.
  • Certified in CPR and First Aid
  • Trained in first aid, cpr, and medication administration.
  • Instruct students ages 3-16 CPR and First Aid certified Train and supervise new staff Prepare and implement lesson plans

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Here's how RAN is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Provided overnight supervision, ensuring homework was completed, and provided transportation to athletic practices.
  • Handled monetary transactions during special occasion events.
  • Instruct gymnastic classes ranging from ages 1 year to 18 years of age, all levels.
  • Arrange routines for them to learn and put together different activities such as obstacle courses.
  • Arranged and managed the mobile gymnastics program and traveled to Childcare centers to offer classes.
  • Coached children from the age ranges of 2 to 8 the fundamentals of gymnastics.
  • Scheduled and ran the weekly preschool gymnastics classes for children ages 3 to 10.
  • Instructed approximately 10-15 students each class with students ranging from 2-14 yr.
  • Instructed participants through various strength, endurance, flexibility and tumbling techniques.
  • Worked with large groups of children ages ranging from 5 to 13.
  • Worked with children of all ages, ranging from 3-17.
  • Provided gymnastics lessons for children ranging in age from 3-10.
  • Transported gymnastic equipment and set up according to program.
  • Arranged class activities and prepared lesson plans.
  • Worked with a range of ages, four to twelve.
  • Dance and Gymnastics Instructor for children ranging from 2yrs-14yrs Effectively choreographed routines for children and organized shows for parents/guardians
  • Implemented and ran gymnastic program at West High School Coached students, hired and supervised assistant coaches, and trained athletes
  • Coached for 3 summers Taught the fundamentals of gymnastics to 100+ campers, ranging from the ages 5 to 18
  • Coached children ranging from four to fifteen years' old Created lessons plans which taught children important life lessons
  • implement weekly lesson plans to classes of student ranging from ages 3-12.

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24. Recreational Activities

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  • Monitored recreational activities to ensure safety and provided emergency and first aid assistance.
  • Created lesson plans and conducted recreational activities.
  • Instructed recreational activities and created opportunities for volunteers
  • Explain and enforce safety rules and regulations governing sports, recreational activities, and the use of exercise equipment.
  • Served as camp counselor for 40 campers for two summers, leading training sessions and recreational activities.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Planned and conducted complementary recreational activities and increased number of customers by 9% in 6 months.
  • Plan and conduct recreational activities for age groups ranging from three to twelve years of age.
  • Planned and implemented gym activities as well as other recreational activities.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities such as games and puzzles.

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25. Basic Gymnastics

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  • Teach basic gymnastics skills, educate the sport of gymnastics, help develop social skills, and provide a fun atmosphere.
  • Coached students ages 2-16 the basic gymnastics skills as well as motor skills, such as eye-hand coordination.
  • Created an uplifting environment for children, designed lesson plans, taught ages 1-9 basic gymnastics skills.
  • Teach basic gymnastics skills and techniques to children whose ages range from 2 years to 5 years.
  • Instructed children ranging in ages from three to thirteen on basic gymnastics skills and exercise activities.
  • Motivated and instructed children, ages 2-10, in basic gymnastics skills and general physical fitness.
  • Initiated basic gymnastics for girls' 5- with skills and drills in all around apparatus.
  • Work with children of different abilities in order to teach them basic gymnastics skills.
  • Instructed basic gymnastics and physical fitness for all ages 18 months to 18 years.
  • Instructed students, ranging from Pre-K to High School, in basic gymnastics skills.
  • Teach children between ages 4 and 13 basic gymnastics concepts and movements.
  • Obtained proper training of basic gymnastics skills and routines to ensure safety.
  • Instructed K-12 in basic gymnastics skills and apparatus use and safety
  • Teach students ages 3-12 basic gymnastics skills and flexibility.
  • Instruct students in basic gymnastics skills.
  • Instructed children between the ages of 5 thru 17 on basic Gymnastics movements and maneuvers in a safe and correct manner
  • Constructed my own cheerleading camp incorporated with basic gymnastics held during the summer for ages 8-12.
  • Instruct students in basic gymnastics skills Teach and develop the Rosettes gymnastics team
  • Instruct children from preschool age thru second grade on basic gymnastics skills.
  • Instructed basic gymnastics and parkour skills to kids classes.

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26. Balance Beam

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  • Educated school aged children in gymnastics, uneven bars, balance beam, floor -exercises and vault.
  • Experienced in instructing vault, trampoline, floor, uneven bars, and balance beam skills.
  • Required prep before class to set up obstacles, balance beams and mats.
  • Coach events including floor, uneven bars, and balance beam.
  • Organized mats, balance beams, and other equipment.
  • Instructed younger classes in general ability for tumbling , bars, vault, balance beam

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27. Recreational Classes

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  • Coached competitive and recreational classes.
  • Coach children of all ages and levels; both in recreational classes and the competitive team.
  • Led and coached the boy's competitive team and recreational classes {ages 5-13}.
  • Instructed up to thirty classes a week including early childhood and recreational classes.
  • Create age and skill level appropriate lesson plans for weekly recreational classes.
  • Coached a couple of recreational classes as well.
  • Teach preschool through adolescent level recreational classes.
  • Coached preschool to the highest level of recreational classes (pre-K- level 4/5).
  • Coached recreational classes for pre-school, beginner, intermediate, and advanced gymnastics classes.
  • Helped and encouraged young gymnasts to develop new skills Coached gymnasts in recreational classes and summer campLeadership and Extracurricular Activities

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28. Fun Environment

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  • Promote a safe and fun environment in the gymnasium while fostering self esteem and positive growth, physically and emotionally.
  • Provided a safe and fun environment and made sure all children are picked up by correct parent and/or assigned guardian.
  • Provide a safe and fun environment for children of all ages to grow and develop gymnastics and life skills.
  • Maintained a reliable, vibrant, energetic and fun environment at all times during and outside of classes.
  • Lead stretches, demonstrate moves, spot moves, keep order in Classroom, maintain fun environment
  • Created a fun environment to employ constructive critique to clients to improve and progress skills safely
  • Coached gymnastics to children and adults in a safe, encouraging, and fun environment.
  • Maintained safe and fun environment while teaching gymnastics skills.
  • Create a fun environment for children.
  • Executed tasks and lesson plans provided to me Taught children in a safe and fun environment

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29. USA Gymnastics

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  • Evaluated gymnasts based on USA Gymnastics standards, as well as personal growth and willingness to learn.
  • Followed training and safety guidelines stated by the USA Gymnastics Federation.

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30. Skill Development

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  • Team duties included event station creation, skill development decision making, flexibility training and strength implementation for yearly competition requirements.
  • Developed daily routines containing various work outs and skill development stations
  • Experienced in movement analysis, skill development and progressions.
  • Emphasized motor skill development, self-confidence and self-esteem.
  • Lead motor skill development classes using gymnastics as a vehicle to do so with ages 4 months to 12 years.
  • Work with children in motor skill development, social skill development, and coordination.
  • Can Insure skill Development, training, strengthening, and performance-improving for each client.
  • Train new and current staff on policies, procedures and skill development.
  • Help children ages 2-8 to strengthen motor skill development and body awareness.
  • Assist in motor skill development classes for children ages 3-6
  • Developed lesson plans for skill development.

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31. Instructional Materials

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  • Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet students' varying needs and interests.

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32. Physical Fitness

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  • Integrated and implemented S'cool Moves Preschool curriculum into our gymnastics curriculum to promote physical fitness as well as academic readiness.
  • Monitored and maintained physical fitness in all competitors.
  • Trained, exercised, and attended classes to maintain high levels of technical proficiency, physical ability, and physical fitness.
  • Provided afterschool childcare while incorporating physical fitness and coordination into entertaining activities.
  • Teach basic physical fitness skills and gymnastic to children in Daycares and after school programs to help out with childhood obesity.

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33. Conduct Practice Sessions

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  • Assist the head coach in coaching gymnasts and conduct practice sessions.
  • Plan, organize, and conduct practice sessions.
  • Plan, organize, and conduct practice sessions> Meet with parents and discuss progress of their children throughout session.

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34. Large Groups

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  • Led large groups of children through a gymnastics facility while promoting safety, self-confidence and growth.
  • Learned how to control and quell large groups (30+) of energetic kids
  • Organize and facilitate birthday parties/events, managing large groups of children.
  • Conducted and assisted birthday parties for large groups of guests.
  • Instructed large groups in different rotations during gym hours.
  • Instruct large groups of people in kickboxing and muay thai Write curriculum for classes In a leadership position

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35. Positive Relationships

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  • Developed and maintained positive relationships with parents and children involved in the gymnastics program.
  • Develop positive relationships with participants and parents, as well as providing motivation.
  • Cultivated positive relationships with participants by interacting with them during group classes.
  • Develop positive relationships with participants, and provides motivational support and guidance.
  • Developed positive relationships with parents, schools and the community.
  • Maintain close, positive relationships with children and parents.

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36. Daily Activities

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  • Communicated regularly with parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Oversee the daily activities of the members and students.
  • Led daily activities through song.
  • Instructed children's fitness/gymnastic classes ages 6 months-13yrs Coordinate activities for children's birthday parties Set-up and clean-up for daily activities
  • Coached sports dealing with children ages 8-18 Scheduled and planned daily activities Prepared a weekly lesson plan
  • Plan daily activities * Coach students throughout session * Provide safe and neat area

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37. Data Entry

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Here's how Data Entry is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Teach recreational gymnastics and tumbling Teach competitive gymnastics and tumbling Registration/cashiering Data Entry Clerical work

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38. Positive Attitude

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  • Help children build confidence, healthy lifestyles, and positive attitude towards sports.
  • Maintain positive attitude and outlook for my students.

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39. Proper Form

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  • Help other people for what food to take and help them for their goals and proper form to lift.
  • Demonstrated proper form to students in floor exercises.
  • Guide students on proper form.
  • Teach proper form and technique for beginner athletes Help strengthen essential muscles for certain skills Assess students growth and achievements

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40. Staff Members

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  • Supervised other staff members during events and trained new employees.
  • Manage staff members and supervise approximately 75 students.

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41. Weekly Basis

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  • Choreographed dance routines on a weekly basis and made adjustments based on ability levels.
  • Instructed gymnastics students ages three to four years on a weekly basis

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42. New Instructors

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  • Maintain proper certification; Assist in training new instructors.

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43. Floor Exercises

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Here's how Floor Exercises is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Prepared athletes for competition and choreographed routines and select music for floor exercises.
  • Create choreograph floor exercises and beam routines for the competitive team.
  • Selected music and assisted with choreographing routines for floor exercises.

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44. Strength Training

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Here's how Strength Training is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Instructed children in basics gymnastics skills * Assisted coaches with practice, and strength training
  • Instructed gymnasts in the areas of flexibility, strength training, and technical skills.
  • Devised a conditioning and strength training regime deemed GI Gymnast.

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45. Proper USE

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Here's how Proper USE is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Provided superb instruction of gymnastics while ensuring the safety of each gymnast and proper use of equipment.
  • Monitor athletes' use of equipment to ensure safe and proper use.
  • Demonstrate and thoroughly explain proper use of equipment.
  • Instruct proper use and techniques of gymnastics equipment.
  • Teach children (ages 6 months-12 years) the basic fundamentals * Clean the facility * Assure proper use of equipment

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46. Dance Classes

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Here's how Dance Classes is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Worked with a few dance classes, and worked with a class of children with disabilities.
  • Teach a variety of dance classes to young children by creating a fun learning environment.
  • Head of the dance program and instructed the majority of the dance classes.
  • Teach dance classes in creative movement, ballet, tap, hip hop, beginning ballroom and pointe.

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47. Positive Role Model

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Here's how Positive Role Model is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Acted as a positive role model for team participants and in the community.
  • Acted as a positive role model for team participants Responsible for teaching a range of gymnastics skills to youth girls

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48. Floor Routines

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Here's how Floor Routines is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Assisted with warm-ups, instructed students on vault, beam, floor and bars, and choreographed floor routines to students 3-18
  • Set up gymnasium to instruct children ages 3-12 in floor routines Demonstrated exercises and coordinated dance activities Spotted children while on equipment
  • Instructed about gymnastic equipment such as, vault, balance beams, and basic floor routines.
  • Instructed children in the basics of non-competitive gymnastics and floor routines.
  • Choreographed floor routines for team members ages 9-18

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49. Warm UPS

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Here's how Warm UPS is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Guided the athletes, whose age varied from two to twelve, in their warm ups and stretching.
  • Followed lesson plans, organized classes, warm ups, spotted and taught all four events.
  • Planned and led games, warm ups and obstacle courses for groups of 8 children.
  • Assisted in warm ups and specific exercises pertaining to gymnastics.
  • Create lesson plans and warm ups/cool downs for each week
  • Guide students through proper warm ups and exercises.
  • Organized classes, warm ups, and spotted.
  • Lead warm ups/conditioning, and instruct beam, bars, floor and vault events.
  • warm ups, set up obstacles, floor, beam, and bars exercises !

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50. Training Requirements

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Here's how Training Requirements is used in Gymnasium Instructor jobs:
  • Completed designated training requirements in timely manner to stay current on training.
  • Monitor students' performance to make suggestions for improvement and to ensure that they satisfy training requirements, and objectives.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Gymnasium Instructor

AGE Groups

26.5%

Gymnastics Classes

23.5%

Ensure Safety

9.3%

Lesson Plans

8.6%

Birthday Parties

6.6%

Girls

4.2%

Customer Service

2.9%

Skill Levels

2.8%

Beginner

2.4%

Safe Environment

1.9%

Private Lessons

1.4%

Front Desk

1.3%

Special Needs

1.3%

Proper Technique

1.2%

Gym Equipment

1.2%

Special Events

1.1%

Safety Procedures

1.1%

Phone Calls

0.9%

Summer Camps

0.9%

Instruct Children

0.9%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Gymnasium Instructor

Rank Skill
1 AGE Groups 23.0%
2 Gymnastics Classes 20.3%
3 Ensure Safety 8.1%
4 Lesson Plans 7.4%
5 Birthday Parties 5.7%
6 Girls 3.7%
7 Customer Service 2.5%
8 Skill Levels 2.4%
9 Beginner 2.0%
10 Safe Environment 1.6%
11 Private Lessons 1.2%
12 Front Desk 1.1%
13 Special Needs 1.1%
14 Proper Technique 1.1%
15 Gym Equipment 1.0%
16 Special Events 0.9%
17 Safety Procedures 0.9%
18 Phone Calls 0.8%
19 Summer Camps 0.8%
20 Instruct Children 0.8%
21 Physical Activity 0.7%
22 CPR 0.7%
23 RAN 0.7%
24 Recreational Activities 0.7%
25 Basic Gymnastics 0.6%
26 Balance Beam 0.6%
27 Recreational Classes 0.6%
28 Fun Environment 0.6%
29 USA Gymnastics 0.6%
30 Skill Development 0.6%
31 Instructional Materials 0.5%
32 Physical Fitness 0.5%
33 Conduct Practice Sessions 0.5%
34 Large Groups 0.4%
35 Positive Relationships 0.4%
36 Daily Activities 0.4%
37 Data Entry 0.3%
38 Positive Attitude 0.3%
39 Proper Form 0.3%
40 Staff Members 0.3%
41 Weekly Basis 0.3%
42 New Instructors 0.3%
43 Floor Exercises 0.3%
44 Strength Training 0.3%
45 Proper USE 0.3%
46 Dance Classes 0.3%
47 Positive Role Model 0.3%
48 Floor Routines 0.3%
49 Warm UPS 0.3%
50 Training Requirements 0.2%
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