Martial Arts Instructor CV Template

The Martial Arts Instructor can apply to self-defense teachers for various martial arts like Karate, Tae-Kwon-do, Jujitsu, Kung-Fu and other martial art disciplines.  Some are employed as regular teachers in a martial arts school specializing in any of these disciplines or offer services as part time freelancers.  They can work in schools for children or for adults.

Sample Martial Arts Instructor CV Template

Roger G. Chan

Guilford St., London, UK

Phone:  020-2498-2143


To work as a Martial Arts Instructor for a secondary school or college

Professional Experience


2001 – Present: Martial Arts Instructor, Westwood Karate Club, London

  • Design and develop course content and training methodology depending on age group and sex.
  • Conduct individual and group training on the basics of karate
  • Conduct specialized individual training for private students.
  • Conduct classroom level karate tournaments
  • Identify and coach promising students to compete in local and national karate championship tournaments.
  • Provide learning feedback to students for improvement or further training.
  • Implement safety rules during training sessions.



  • Excellent medical and physical fitness
  • Strong administrative, leadership and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent verbal, written communication and interpersonal skills



  • Cited by a community women’s club in 2009 for excellent instructional mythology in training its members
  • Cited by two local high schools for teaching interested students on a voluntary basis during the summers of 2008 and 2008


2001: Black Belt in Karate, Royal Karate Association, London

1997 – 2001: High School Diploma, Mark Rutherford Upper School and Community Sport College, Bedfordshire


Can be provided upon request