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Recreation Assistant

Published
Time-Based Apprenticeship
Sponsoring Company:
Federal Correctional Institute (FCI) Danbury Education Department
O*Net Code
39-9032.00
Rapids Code
2015
Req. Hours
4300
State
DC
Created
Jun 05, 2021
Updated
Jun 05, 2021

Time-Based Skills

11 skill sets | 11 total skills
Assist with the development and coordination of wellness and leisure-time programs and services, including assistance in curricula and lesson plan development, ensuring a diversity of class offerings that are adapted when necessary to meet participant needs. - 1000 req. hrs
Organize, instruct, and promote interest in individuals in various recreation and leisure modalities including: hobby crafts, musical instruments, recreational games, and individual and team sports. - 500 req. hrs
Assist with the facilitation and training and coordination of recreation workers and work activities. - 300 req. hrs
Explain principles, techniques, and safety procedures to participants in recreational activities, and demonstrates use of materials and equipment. - 400 req. hrs
Develops constructive and cooperative working relationships, dealing with colleagues, clients, and supervisors to resolve complaints and handle work flow; building and maintaining lasting relations with professional personnel to carry out recreational objectives. - 250 req. hrs
Complete and maintain schedules, records, statistics, forms, and reports. Assist in tracking attendance, participation, and performance dates/times. - 300 req. hrs
Maintain, clean, and organize wellness equipment and supplies. - 200 req. hrs
Assist organizing and managing special events or programs such as information presentations, health fairs, organized runs and walks, or live and/or media based entertainment, collaborating with professional personnel when necessary. - 700 req. hrs
Serve as liaison between recreation specialists and/or management and activity instructors; discuss and resolve participant needs and complaints with recreation specialists and/or management. - 250 req. hrs
Greet new arrivals to activities, explains rules and regulations, and responds to requests for information about programs and services. - 200 req. hrs
Provide for entertainment and set-up related decorations and equipment. - 200 req. hrs

Technical Instruction

Workplace standards of conduct. - 48 req. hrs
Safety
Rules and regulations
Activities and Services of a Recreation Facility
Physical and psychological factors of individual and team sports. - 44 req. hrs
Exercise Techniques
Motivation
Fitness Assessments
Group and Team Dynamics

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