Master Trainer (Female)

Posted By: Sports: A Way Of Life


Junior Management



Job Description

Job Description:

Looking for a master trainer (Female Preferred) on contractual basis for six months. The master trainer should have a good public speaking and facilitation skills. Candidate must have good command on both Hindi and English verbally. The educational qualification must be B.Ped or M.Ped. On completion of the project, each candidate will be given an experience certificate from Sports: A Way of Life.

Roles and Responsibilities

• The project will be implemented at the ITIs of different locations within Uttar Pradesh. All the expenditure of traveling and stay during the official visits will be given by the organization.

• The Master trainer will be leading a team 4-to-6 trainer facilitators.

• The prime task of master trainer will be to deliver three sessions which will include a short orientation session, a session on diet, nutrition, and life style and a session on exercise training. which also includes demonstration supported by team.

• Apart from this, the master trainer will support its team in conducting the fitness tests, biometric attendance, managing the batch of student, taking pictures and videos, etc. wherever needed.

• The master trainer will have to pass a basic course of “Community Sports Coach” from SPEFL-SC. Only the qualified candidate will receive a certificate of completion and will be eligible for the fellowship Program.

• A complete training will be given to the individual before the project.

• Any other project related task instructed by the organization.

Salary - Rs. 20,000/- Per Month

Location: Uttar Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh

Eligibility Criteria

Not Specified

Desired Candidate Profile

Graduation - Graduate-Other

Organization Details

  • Organization Name:Sports: A Way Of Life
  • About Organization:Sports Literacy Mission was launched at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi in the presence of 20 Arjuna Award winners, Paralympians and Dronacharya Awardees from various sports on 22nd August, 2017 by NGO Sports: A Way of Life founded by 25 year old budding writer Kanishka Pandey, a student of Delhi University. Dr. Pandey said his NGO had recently conducted a nationwide survey to gauge the public mood vis-a-vis participation in various sports activities. The survey proved to be an eye-opener. According to the findings, less than 5% of people have interest in sports whereas less than 2% females were interested in sports.