Decoding Career Success: An Investigative Look At The Career Transitions Of PGA Of Canada Head Teaching Professionals
- Category: Inside Golf
- Published: 2018-11-26
By PGA OF CANADA
Have you ever wondered about the typical career path and timeline it takes to become a PGA of Canada head teaching professional?
Well, wonder no more — Decoding Career Success: An investigative look at the career transitions of PGA of Canada head teaching professionals is here.
Building upon last year’s head professional career study, this career study looks to support members in understanding the realities of the demands, skills, experience and education required to become successful in the role of a head teaching professional.
The study aimed to answer these three pivotal questions:
- What is the career path and timeline of a typical PGA of Canada head teaching professional?
- What roles and/or learning experiences are most impactful to having a successful career?
- What mindset, education, certification and memberships help to accelerate a teaching professional’s career?
More than half of all the head teaching professionals from across the country participated in the research part of the study. From the research, a total of 10 in-depth career maps were created to illustrate the education, experience, jobs and more that have led to a successful career as a head teaching professional.
If you’re aspiring to a career in golf, a golf professional look to become a head teaching pro, or even a current head teaching professional, Decoding Career Success: An investigative look at the career transitions of PGA of Canada head teaching professionals is most definitely for you.
Led by Tim Robinson — a leadership and organizational development consultant with more than 25 years experience — the study is part of the PGA of Canada’s aim to better align education and training programs to the reality of the modern-day PGA of Canada professional.