P.E. Teacher: A PE teacher is responsible for planning, teaching and tutoring students in a school. They teach a range of different sports and provide children and/or young adults with an opportunity to develop and improve their social and physical skills in sports.
PE teachers required the same minimum requirements and qualifications as any other type of teacher which is at least a GCSE grade C in Maths and English plus at least one science if you wish to teach younger pupils in Primary schools or in Key Stage three. In addition, most PE teachers are qualified to teach at least one other subject (e.g. math, geography, history) in case of an injury that prevents them from teaching PE.
The highest average salary for a P.E. teacher tends to be £39,003 a year and the lowest salary tends to be £33,786 a year.
The sector for a P.E. teacher is public.
The roles and responsibilities of a P.E. teacher include effectively organizing space, equipment and students; provide adequate equipment that allows all children to be active at the same time; limiting teacher talk or instruction time and being able to plan practice opportunities that are structured for maximum participation.
The location tends to be school or college based, depending on which age group you teach.
Personal Trainer: A personal trainer would first talk to their clients to find out about their fitness level and health history and then set realistic short-term and long-term goals and plan programmes for them to reach based on their fitness levels and health history; give clients advice on health, nutrition and lifestyle changes; educate, motivate and coach their clients to help them follow their programmes safely and