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Gym teachers work with students of all ages. They teach students about physical fitness, health and nutrition and inculcate in them lifelong healthy habits. Gym teachers are also known as physical education teachers. Some gym teachers may work with specific age groups depending on the institution they are employed by. Primary school gym teachers work with younger children, while college gym teachers work with older students. In other institutions, gym teachers may work with children from varied age groups.
You must have a bachelors degree in physical education to work as a gym teacher. You must also be licensed or certified in the state that you are planning to work in. Many states also require gym teachers to participate in continued education or professional development courses to maintain their certification or licensure. Extensive knowledge of health, nutrition and sporting activities that are relevant to the age group you are working with is essential.
Your interviewer will want to know details about your prior experience as a gym teacher. Prospective employers are very careful about who hire in this role as it involves working closely with children of different ages. They will ask you about the age groups you have worked with and also if you have a criminal record. A reference letter from a previous employer or mentor will give your employment chances a huge boost. Take some time to look through gym teacher mock interview questions so you can be better prepared to answer any questions that come your way at the interview.