Ski Instructor Resume Examples

ski instructor

  • Plan, organize and conduct activities
  • Lead warmup exercises before lessons
  • Held a leadership role as a ski instructor by managing large groups of people, demonstrating skills, and ensuring safety
  • As a server, was responsible for providing food and drinks to wedding guests, and prepared the banquet hall

ski instructor

  • Taught first and second year skiers aged 4-10 how to ski.
  • Created a safe and fun environment for students.
  • Keep records on individual children, including daily observations and information about progress in their skiing.
  • Teaching children under the age of 8 how to ski.

ski instructor

  • Teaching kids 4-12 how to ski, in groups ranging from 3-15 kids, in instructor groups of 1-3 instructors.
  • Helping parents with sign up and payment process.
  • Helping kids with their rentals and fitting.
  • Encouraged students to practice skiing to improve technique and skills.

ski instructor

  • Teaching individuals new skills and techniques to help improve their skiing ability
  • Help raise confidence levels using many different methods
  • Work with multiple different age groups ranging from 5-18 years of age
  • Answering the questions of individuals taking part in lessons and individuals at the resort as a whole
  • Establish teacher/student/parent relationships

ski instructor

  • Teach children ages 3-12 how to ski
  • Teach kids how to correctly put on ski boots and skis 
  • teach proper safety while skiing 
  • help set up ski area in mornings for guests at the ski area
  • assist supervisor with any help needed when counting money, signing kids up for classes and paperwork. 

ski instructor

  • Develop and co-ordinate lessons to help the guest learn ski basics through guided milage and exercises.
  • Using strong communication skills to make the client feel comfortable and confident on unfamiliar terrain.
  • Explain and enforce safety rules on the mountain, ensuring the client’s safety.
  • Having the ability to adapt personal ski knowledge and problem solve on the spot to answer guest’s questions and improve their skiing ability.
  • Teaching the guest to critique their own skiing while learning the skills, to allow them to ski and progress independently.
  • Teach clients within a group with varying skill levels and confidence, building rapport and trust within these groups. 

ski instructor

  • Teaching people of all ages and skill levels how to ski or how to improve skills.
  • Oversee children skiers as they ate lunch 
  • Maintain equipment such as waxing skis or boards. 
  • Conduct classes, workshops, and demonstrations to teach principles and techniques.

ski instructor

  • Instructed and coordinated beginner skiers, ensuring that all safety guidelines were followed; provided beneficial assistance and support to clients. 
  • Maintained various equipment and using own experience and expertise provided private lessons to individuals and/or groups.
  • Worked with beginner, intermediate, as well as with very advanced skiers. 
  • Specialized in working with children. 
  • Leader of the ski school demo team “Las Mattas” since 2016.

ski instructor

  • Teach people of all ages skiing techniques
  • Communicate with parents giving them feedback on their kids and providing advice for future improvement
  • Named ski capitan
  • Provide kids with engaging activities

ski instructor

  • Meet and greet clients of all ages including parents of children who will be students.  Communicate a learning cycle, assess students, determine goals, present and share information, guide practice, check for understanding, debrief the learning experience.
  • Work closely with supervisors and co workers for work assignments and team assistance.  Participate in one on one learning experience and group learning programs.
  • Problem solve and manage needs in a professional manner with clients who may be very excited or very unhappy, even angry. Guide the experience to a positive.
  • Adapt teaching methods and instruction to meet students’ varying needs, abilities, and interests. 
  • Keep abreast of developments in the field by reading current literature, talking with colleagues, and participating in professional clinics.
  • Observe and evaluate students’ ability to determine progress and make suggestions for improvement.