Will you please send me a full description of Aerobic & Step Master Instructor< or just a general description of a Master Instructor at something,this is to clarify that some individuals call themselves titles such as' Master Instructors " that they don't actually own. Some companies are assuming that they can create a job title such as ' Master Instructor "so they end up giving titles and names to simple instructors who haven't even passed through a course such as : Step Master or Aerobic Master etc;
It sounds like in Europe, they use the term “master” to mean the same thing as “advanced.” First, one gets a step certification, and then if they want more skill, they get a step master certification. Is that correct?
Here in the US, we don’t hear “master instructor” much. I can’t remember hearing that term in the last few years. But we use the term “master trainer” quite frequently. That’s typically the title of someone who provides the instruction to an instructor. The CEC providers.
Are you still seeing different uses of “master” in Europe, some that are actually advanced trainings and some that are made up titles?