Are you looking to become a Kiteboarding Instructor?

Well, your at the right place!

Please carefully review the requirements below and submit your resume via the application form at the bottom of the page.

Whats needed?

  1. Kiteboarding Skills:
    As a kiteboarding instructor, you should have a high level of
    proficiency in kiteboarding yourself. You should be able to demonstrate
    strong kite control, riding skills, and knowledge of different riding
    styles (such as freestyle, wave riding, foiling and more) 
  2. Instructor Certification:
    Must be IKO certified. These programs provide the necessary training and evaluation to ensure you have the knowledge and skills required to teach kiteboarding safely and effectively. The certification typically involves both practical and theoretical components, covering topics such as teaching methods, safety procedures, equipment selection, and risk management.
  3. First Aid and CPR Certification: It is often required, and highly recommended, for kiteboarding instructors to hold a valid first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certification. This ensures that you have the knowledge and skills to respond appropriately to potential emergencies and provide immediate assistance when needed.
  4. Strong Swimming Skills:
    Kiteboarding takes place on the water, so it is important for
    instructors to have excellent swimming skills. You should be comfortable
    and confident in the water and capable of rescuing students or
    assisting them if they encounter any difficulties.
  5. Teaching and Communication Skills:
    Effective communication and teaching abilities are crucial. You should be able to explain concepts clearly, provide instructions in a concise
    and understandable manner, and adapt your teaching style to accommodate different learning styles and skill levels.
  6. Knowledge of Wind and Weather Conditions:
    A good understanding of wind patterns, weather conditions, and how they affect kiteboarding is essential for ensuring the safety of both you and your students. You should be able to assess wind strengths, directions, and potential hazards to make informed decisions regarding
    whether it is suitable to conduct lessons.
  7. Professionalism and Safety Awareness:
    As an instructor, you will be responsible for the safety of your
    students. It is important to prioritize safety at all times, adhere to established safety protocols, and enforce safety guidelines during

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