Outdoor Adventure Jobs & Courses

This is a great time to be starting a career in outdoor adventure. The industry is growing, which means more activity centres, more instructors, and the creation of improved activity instructor training courses. Whether you are seeking a new challenge or looking to make use of your existing experience in outdoor adventure, we have plenty of jobs and courses to keep you busy all season. Newsletter subscribers get to see new jobs first!


Outdoor Activity Instructor – Recruiting now for 2019!

Outdoor Activity Instructor – Recruiting now for 2019!

If you love nothing more than being active, meeting new people, inspiring others, and spending time in the great outdoors then apply today to join PGL as an Outdoor Activity Instructor in 2018.
Outdoor Activity Instructor – Recruiting now for 2019!

Multi-Activity Instructors

Multi-Activity Instructors

CLUB CORREZE is a small family run business based in the beautiful Massif Region, France. We are recruiting Instructors to teach a variety of outdoor activities to students of varying ages and abilities. Some of the activities you will be leading be leading include archery, fencing, orienteering,
Multi-Activity Instructors

Trainee Lifeguard

Trainee Lifeguard

We are looking for high energy people to join the Butlin's family holiday resort located along the sunny south coast in Bognor Regis. If you are interested in gaining this nationally recognised Lifeguard Qualification and have great people skills, we'd love to hear from you. You will enjoy teamwork,
Trainee Lifeguard


Outdoor Adventure Leader Apprenticeship - 2019

Outdoor Adventure Leader Apprenticeship - 2019

Take the leap into your next activity adventure! If a 9-5 office job and sitting behind a desk all day is just not your thing, the JCA Activity Instructor Apprenticeship is just the role for you. Our JCA Activity Instructor Apprenticeship will take you on a journey like no other. We will give
Outdoor Adventure Leader Apprenticeship - 2019

Watersports Instructor Traineeship

Watersports Instructor Traineeship

If you have finished your GCSE's and want to work in the watersports industry, our one year Watersports Instructor Traineeship programme could be what you are looking for. The course will train you to become a multi discipline watersports instructor with a number of weeks dedicated to work experienc
Watersports Instructor Traineeship

BTEC Level 3 in Sport & Physical Activities

BTEC Level 3 in Sport & Physical Activities

BTEC Level 3 in Sport & Physical Activities is an ideal alternative to school or 6th form college for 16-19 year-olds who have a passion for watersports and education.
BTEC Level 3 in Sport & Physical Activities


activity instructor job

Activity Instructor Jobs

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.
Activity Instructor Jobs

activity instructor courses

Activity Instructor Courses

Activity instructor training courses equip you with the skills and experience to enter the workplace as a qualified activity instructor. Gain NGB awards and professional tuition on the following courses.
Activity Instructor Courses

watersports jobs

Watersports Jobs

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.
Watersports Jobs

watersport courses

Watersports Courses

To work in watersports you need to get qualified. The following watersport centres offer a range of professional training courses covering many types of water sports from the RYA and BCU.
Watersports Courses



Most useful qualifications?

Most useful qualifications?

People often ask us which NGB qualifications they should be looking at achieving in order to kick start a career in outdoor adventure. To be honest is isn't an easy question to answer because it really depends on what you are planning to do long term. If you are completely new to the industry and looking to get started, you can either build up a few qualifications on your own, or you can try to get employed with a multi activity centre, who will usually offer you some NGBs as part of your training and qualification - this way you will also get some great experience too. Whichever route you decide, this article takes a look at which qualifications are most useful for budding instructors.

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Instructor characteristics

Instructor characteristics

If you want to work outdoors as an activity instructor you need to know the qualities that employers are looking for, and therefore, whether you are going to be suitable for the role. Instructing introduces you to lots of new people, often on a daily basis. You are required to quickly gel so that you can help them get the most from the new skills and experiences that they are there to take part in. That means you need to be a certain kind of person. In this article we look at the characteristics that separate good instructors from the rest, and discuss why these character traits are so important for the role.

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Highest Salaries

Highest Salaries

Perhaps you want to spend a season working in outdoor adventure as a way of filling the time between college and university, or on a temporary basis before you start working towards that 'proper' job that your parents want you to get. Or maybe you are serious about getting on and making as much money as you can, which still enjoying a career in outdoor adventure. If you are wondering which roles are going to give you the highest disposable income then take a look at this article as we bring you details of eight well paid jobs.

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Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships

With unemployment at a dizzying high and the real pressure on school and college leavers, and graduates, beginning a career in outdoor education is often a great way to avoid the dole queue. The government want to get young people into training, and activity and adventure centres need young people to help teach their visitors. This perfect match is often supported by apprenticeship schemes which act as a fantastic stepping stone towards a career in the industry.

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