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11:24 Sep 23, 2011
Dutch to English translations [PRO] Social Sciences - Sports / Fitness / Recreation / mbo
Explanation: This is a bit closer to the Dutch. In this particular context, the translation would be "çoaching".
philgoddard United States Native speaker of: English PRO pts in category: 10
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PE instructor / teacher (Sport & Movement Studies)
Explanation: If you want the title of the "leider", I'd say either PE teacher or PE instructor (PE standing for Physical Education, or PhysEd)
As for the degree title, I would assume a degree in Sport & Movement Studies would be sufficient, but here in the US, it's at a much higher level. Some unis call it different things: "Exercise & Sports Science", for example.
I think in the UK they have specific PhysEd teaching degrees, in which case PE teacher still works. I have never seen anyone get a degree in PE teaching in the US as PE teaching is redundant (i.e. a degree in teaching people how to teach PhysEd - which is dumb). We just call them Physical Education degrees.