Let's start from the beginning. After graduating high school, I earned a score of 67 on my ASVAB, which qualified me for most positions in the military field. After my military service, I have involved myself in several different fields of study and work. School seems to be where I gravitate towards more than work.
I spent time in Allentown obtaining my CDL license and became proficient at operating over 16 different pieces of heavy equipment, some of which I have a state certification through my work experience with PennDOT. After graduating from Lehigh in Allentown, I pursued other schools to further my knowledge. I obtained a diploma in welding and became familiar with several methods, including blueprint reading in my studies. I have enrolled in several different firearm training courses. They include accreditation in gunsmithing, certification as a law enforcement armorer, and a certification from the NRA in pistol instruction. I also have obtained other diplomas, including one in HVAC (Heating and Air conditioning), only furthering my education and versatility. I became a certified Rider Coach in the Pennsylvania Motorcycle Safety Program, enhancing my teaching abilities. I am currently involved in executive marketing with two companies, one of which is my own personal business. So my education, teaching experience, and work ethic speak for themselves. I am knowledgeable and have the ability to instruct and communicate well with a variety of subjects and people.
I believe education is the key to opening doors in life, and I know that from personal experience. My education in all the fields I have involved myself with has increased my versatility drastically and only proves what a very wise person (my grandmother) once told me: "Never Stop Learning." This has held true to this day, and I uphold that every day. My education has given me many opportunities in my life, however, I feel the greatest gift is sharing that knowledge with others.
Since high school, I found myself excelling in subjects that interest me. After high school, the education that I enrolled in was partly necessity and partly desire. My schooling in CDL and heavy equipment obviously enhanced my knowledge in the equipment, but other things should be considered. Safety is big in this field, and problem solving is a must. From understanding the equipment to understanding the task at hand out in the field, it's not as simple as it looks. The education in welding was a skill, however blueprint reading is a subject involving a lot of math, which only helped me in the subject. HVAC is nothing to sneeze at either. I enjoyed the trade and also the knowledge in not only the equipment but the problem solving skills involved too.
The rest of my education furthered my teachings vastly. The courses in the NRA showed me several methods in instruction for group classes and one on one instruction, making me a great candidate for tutoring. The Rider Coach program only strengthens my argument. I work in classrooms and out on the range, making me versatile and effective as an instructor. As a tutor, you can be knowledgeable in subjects of all types, however, what is your teaching method? Is it effective? Will your student take something from it and will they enjoy their time with you and recommend you to others? These are important questions that every parent or student asks before they hire you for your time. I attend professional development workshops to help improve my methods of teaching. They teach me how to instruct for all types of students, from the hands on learners, to the visuals, to the readers.
Everyone learns differently, and I feel it a responsibility of the tutor to find out how a student will be the most effective given the time to tutor them. Let's start from the beginning. After graduating high school, I earned a score of 67 on my ASVAB, which qualified me for most positions in the military field. After my military service, I have involved myself in several different fields of study and work. School seems to be where I gravitate towards more than work.
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I am an AFAA certified personal trainer. I am trained in bodybuilding, muscle hypertrophy, anatomy, kinesiology, and applied resistance and muscular fitness training. I can provide training for anyone looking to improve their strength, power or overall muscular dimension
I am an AFAA certified personal trainer and am trained in various aspects of fitness, from flexibility, to cardio, to muscular fitness and strength training. I understand anatomy, kinesiology, wellness and behavior modifications. I can provide great programs for overall fitness and meet the clients goals should they desire them.
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