Ski Instructor Resume Examples

ski instructor

  • Individual or group classes up to 15 people.
  • Resolve any problems with customers, like lost personal items, child care. 
  • Provide information, about the mountain, to customers
  • Assist customers in selecting adequate equipment.

ski instructor

  • Coordinated and taught skiing lessons to children aged 4 to 13 years. 
  • Ran group program on the weekends for children aged 3 to 6 called Kinderblick which is basically like a beginner ski group lessons for little kids where we have fun and also learn to ski 
  • Taught private lessons on Saturday and Sunday 
  • Certified by PSIA(Professional Ski Instructor Association) in Level 1

ski instructor

  • Training on development of proper ski techniques
  • Education on discipline and safety
  • Coached group training 
  • Facilitated group training 

ski instructor

  • Teach individuals of all ages (but primarily 3-8yrs) to ski.
  • Dress and prepare children to ski in low temperatures.
  • Communicate and advise parents on their child’s progress.
  • Provide children with lunch.

ski instructor

  • instruct all levels of skier to preform to their best ability
  • create conversation along with involvement between guest 
  •  Assigned, grouped, and managed level one through five ski classes.
  • Taught students mountain safety, courtesy, and fundamental ski skills.

ski instructor

  • Teach group and private adult ski lessons.
  • Organize and teach both Cross Country Skiing and Biathlon to Soldier Hollow Charter School youths.
  • Advise athletes and patrons on the proper use of equipment.
  • Attend to equipment in regards to waxing and updating broken equipment.
  • Attend to front desk to help customers get trail passes, rentals, lessons, and additional information.

ski instructor

  • Teach students different aspects of skiing
  • One on one private lessons
  • Group lessons
  • Evaluate and determine specific skills students need to work on

ski instructor

  • Demonstrate proper operation of equipment, ski boots, skis, poles and lifts. 
  • Provide a safe teaching environment for beginner skiers. 
  • Monitor the health of the students in extremely cold temperatures, and determine if a break is needed for their safety. 
  • Being able to teach a group or private ski lesson in an effective and fun way for all ages and ability levels. 
  • Practice good time management in order to get the most time out of the lesson. 
  • Be physically fit enough to pick up heavy equipment, and if necessary, to help some students stand up (child or adult) on their skis. 

ski instructor

  • Organized ,taught and took care of children and adults
  • Working to develop skills while maintaining safe environment
  • Had to work though times where communication is a problem with kids and adults who do not speak english 
  • Instructed, organized and managed small groups of kids aged 7-12 in sports rules, strategies, and performance principles, such as specific ways of moving the body, hands, or feet, to achieve desired results.

ski instructor

  • Teach instructional courses to students.
  • Monitor students’ use of equipment to ensure safe and proper use.
  • Keep abreast of changing rules, techniques, technologies, and philosophies relevant to skiing.