To perform the duties of Physical and sports Trainer for IAF personnel. For details refer Annexure- VI
Community Sports Coach promotes sports and an active lifestyle within communities. The individual plans and organizes basic sports and activities to improve skill and fitness levels.
To organise physical fitness and sports activities for IAF personnel. For details refer Annexure- III
Early Years Physical Activity Facilitator works in a play school, day care centre, apartment and clubs to teach age-appropriate physical activities to build fundamental skills and fitness for children up to the age of 8 years.
Fitness Trainer is also known as Gym trainer, Trainer or Gym Coach or Fitness coach. Individuals in this role are involved in the physical training of others through various fitness activities. The responsibilities of a Fitness trainer include to help trainees of all ages, shape and sizes to get healthier and achieve desired fitness levels through focused exercises and activities.
To undertake management and team development nactivities of Ground Training Instructors. For details refer Annexure- III.
Primary Years Physical Activity Facilitator works in a play school, day care centre, apartment and clubs to teach sports skills and develop fitness for children up to the age of 12 years.
To lead the team of GTIs for organising sports and physical activities. For details refer Annexure- III
The Sports masseur is also known as sports assistant sports massager. The responsibilities of the Sports Masseurs include doing remedial massage, cross fibre techniques and deep tissue work to reduce pain, ensure timely recovery and promote good body condition under the direct supervision of a qualified sports physiotherapist or a sports medicine physician.
Unarmed self-defence instructor works with children and adults to teach unarmed self-defence techniques. The individual plans programme as per the skill level of participants.
A tradesman of USTAD category possess the highest level of trade knowledge and skill. Starting his service career with at 10+2 level, on completion of 15 years of service in IAF, he is treated as an Humanities Graduate as authorised vide: GOI/DOPT/15012/8/82(Est-D) dated 12 Feb1986. Undergoing a knowledge up-gradation course called Warrant Officer Leadership & Management course approximately at 20 years of service, he is equipped to function as a senior level manager. Apart from the functional responsibilities of his trade related activities, he is also responsible for HRM activities such as mentoring, training and development of his subordinates, Staffing and Deployment, as overall administrator of the section, as Financial Manager/Fund Controller of his section. In general he is the role model for his subordinates to learn and follow.