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Describe 3 Different Occupations within the Sports Industry

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School Based Work Experience Work/Based Project in School Describe 3 different occupations within the Sports Industry Occupation 1: Doctor Skills & Qualities * Have patience, be helpful, careful, confident, understanding and trustful (Being a Doctor is work that requires great patience) * MBC and First Aid Qualification * Know about the Human Body and Science * Have good communication and know how to use materials and equipment * Be focused, concentrated on his/her work * Be able to take risks * Give examples, use surrounding environments to explain * Good advisor * Be able to work on itself and in a team * Be able to work under pressure and make quick decisions * Know and learn the new techniques and technology of this time * Listen to people (patients, colleagues) * Presenting ideas and information * Finish what he/she started with * Know where he/she responsible for is * Understand and respect night-work. Explanation * Give examples, use surrounding environments to explain; When the patient does not understand the cause of its problem or if the patient does not know where (on which part of the Human body) ...read more.

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* Be on time * Be an example for its customers e.g.: Show that he or she is healthy, and have a positive attitude. Explanation * Has to be social, and has to be able to persuade, for example fat people, to go on with doing Fitness; People sometimes give up when doing fitness, because they think they cannot handle it anymore. That is why the trainer has to be able to persuade people and give them a positive feeling about doing Fitness. He has to encourage them and tell them that Fitness can help and has a great positive impact. * Be an example for its customers e.g.: Show that he or she is healthy, and have a positive attitude; The trainer has to show its customers that he or she is healthy and in this way it can show the customer that Fitness has a positive effect. This can persuade them as well. If the trainer, for example, had a very bad figure and did not look healthy at all than this could not look attractive to the customer at all. * Know how to use the Fitness equipment, and what parts of the body it requires for; The trainer has to know this, if he/she doesn't than it could work out to things the customer did not want at all. ...read more.

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This means you have to play with a team mate against two others. In this case you have to be able to play in a team and discuss things. You have to know the rules and when you have to swap sides. You cannot just start fighting with your team mate, because he or she made a foul. * Respect your fans; As a professional Performer it is usually a matter of fact that you are world wide popular. This means that when having to play a game you will appear at the screen. As a result you will get fans, and that is where you also have to get used to. You just have to be aware that people stalk you and can come into your private life. You need to get used to it, and respect them because some of them are seeing you as an example. Fans can follow your footsteps, and as a fan their example means a lot to them. * Know how to use your tactics and when; This can lead to many advantages. If you know when to use your tactics than you are on the right way. By using the right tactics you can win the game. You also need to know the weaknesses of your opponent. Tamkine Hederzada 10L BTEC Sports ...read more.

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