Oceanside Parks & Recreation Division classes provide diversified programming that develops new interests or fosters further development of a specific skill or training. Our quality programs provide a variety of benefits and encourage lifelong learning.
Class sessions are offered in six or twelve week formats
September 12-December 3 (12 weeks)
Session I- September 12-October 22 (6 weeks)
Session II- October 24-December 3 (6 weeks)
The Parks and Recreation Division accepts new proposals on an ongoing basis. Proposals are reviewed in the order in which they are received and are reviewed based on the following criteria: Community interest, current trends, facility availability, division goals, quality, instructor experience.
New Instructor Requirements
Individuals interested in applying to teach with Parks and Recreation must first complete the Contract Instructor Application
. For an applicant to be considered, the proposal Application must include, minimum:
Instructor Contact Information
Course Title and Description
Fees to be charged to participant including material fees, if applicable
List of preferred days/times/locations
Certifications that qualify the applicant
Qualified applicants will possess a current Oceanside Business License and Liability Insurance. A background check is required and will be conducted by the City of Oceanside prior to teaching.
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