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Adventure Activities

In the following series of guides, we take an in-depth look at currently available jobs, and speak to industry experts who have tips for securing work in your chosen field.

Activity Instructor
multi activity teaching

Activity instructor jobs (also referred to as multi activity instructors), are often based at a purpose built centre. The ultimate outdoor job, you may specialise in a couple of activities, or you may be trained to cover a wide range. Read advice given by industry insiders.
Instructor Jobs...
Summer Camp Staff...
Career Advice...

Climbing
mountain leader & guides

Being able to climb and to teach other people how to climb is an important skill. The single pitch award or climbing wall qualification are the most useful for getting started as an instructor. From there our complete guide takes you through the various employment options and salary expectations.
Climbing Jobs...
Career Advice...

Mountain Biking
jobs & training courses

This increasingly popular sport is very competitive when it comes to teaching. Skills instructors should make sure they have the MBLA qualification and a hands on approach to maintainance. Vacancies tend to fill fast, so hearing about them first on our facebook page will give you a head start!
Mountain Bike Work...

Paddlesports
canoe, kayak, rafting

Working as a canoe instructor could see you introducing a group of school children to paddling on a small lake or you could be teaching already competent canoeists how to improve their white water technique. Find out how to further your career.
Canoe Instructor...
Career Advice...

Surf & Lifeguard
jobs & courses

Surfers need to look at either the ISA or ASI. While The Royal Life Saving Society UK is the national governing body for training and education in lifesaving, lifeguarding and water safety.
Surfing & Lifeguards...

Watersports
water based activities

Our wonderful coastline and appetite for water based adventure sports has created a big demand for qualified instructors in surfing, water skiing, sailing and windsurfing. Read our watersports career guide to find out how to get qualified and get working.
Watersport Instructor...
Career Advice...

Our Instructors
get discovered today

If you are sending off lots of application forms and CVs, but you are not getting much response, we may have a solution. If you want our industry's employers to notice you, make sure you get yourself listed on our new instructor profiles page. Creating a listing only takes five minutes!
Featured Instructors...

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Featured Listings

Windsurfing Instructors

Mark Warner
Mark Warner are looking for windsurf instructors. You will be responsible for providing a high level of safety and of windsurfing instruction, to guests and staff.


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Senior Instructors

Mark Warner
Mark Warner are looking for Senior instructors. You will be part of a dynamic waterfront team consisting of a variety of qualified Watersports Instructors, overseasing the instruction by the staff to the guests.


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Outdoor Instructor Training Course- 2014

The Manor House
If you are seeking to venture into the exciting world of outdoor education and are looking for a partner to help, coach, develop your skills thus enabling you to begin your new career with the best possible advice, training and support, look no further than The Manor House Activity & Development Cen


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Watersports Instructor Training

UKSA
If you're looking for the ultimate gap year experience, not going to Uni or want a career teaching watersports, UKSA's Watersports Instructor Training courses will train you in up to 4 watersports activities (Stand up paddleboarding, Kayaking, Windsurfing and Dinghy Sailing).

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