Martial Arts Instructors provide basic and advance self defense courses in any of the various martial arts that are popular. These are mostly oriental such as Judo, Karate, Ju-jitsu, Taekwondo, kung-fu, along with other less famous Asian and African martial arts disciplines. These instructors are often self employed who won studios for training a school of martial arts students either as self-defense or for competitive sport. They can employ a faculty of martial arts instructors to cover certain days of the week.
Martial Arts Instructor CV Format
Melvin T. Hasegate
Chula Vista, San Diego, CA
Phone (618) 223-4332
To work full time as a Martial Arts Instructor for a reputable Japanese style martial arts school
2001 – Present: Martial Arts Instructor, Freelance in the Glendale Area
- Design the course content and teaching methodology depending on age group, occupation and sex.
- Conduct group classes for novice and amateurs students while providing for customized individual instructions to advance or competition-grade students
- Conduct pre-tournament classes for students aspiring to win in the national karate championship events.
- Ensure that martial arts uniforms and materials are properly complied with.
- Provide feedback to students for further training
- Provide referrals to advance masters for students you have shown satisfactory and promising skills.
Skills and Qualification
- Earned Red Belt in Karate from the Beverly Karate Club
- 12 years of experience as a Karate Instructor in private practice in the Chula Vista area with part time positions in schools in the San Diego area
- Excellent administrative, communication and interpersonal skills
1996 – 1998: High School Diploma, San Diego Municipal High School
Professional and Character References
To be furnished upon request