Insider information on the ski & snowboard industry and our ski and snowboard instructor courses.
Dan spent last winter out in Fernie on our 3 Week Level 1 Instructor Course, before scoring a job as an instructor. We caught up with him to find out what it was like making the jump from student to working life in the mountains…
Nonstop have been approached by Club Med as they are looking for ski and snowboard instructors in Sahoro, Japan and Yabuli, China. Being an instructor can take you all over the world and this is a fantastic opportunity to experience a different culture and broaden your horizons next winter. Details of how to apply can be found below. Read more »
Becoming dual certified is a golden nugget for ski and snowboard instructors. It can make you a very valued member of any snow school, with the opportunity to get a lot more work. Craig’s story below goes into his path to success as an instructor at Lake Louise ski school.
Most people haven’t heard of Red Mountain when they initially get in touch with us… and that’s the way we like it! Red is Canada’s hidden gem; it boasts absolutely incredible terrain, a HUGE average annual snowfall and Rossland is a unique and charming Canadian town yet there is not a major tourism scene here. Because of this prices are kept low, so despite the fact we use luxurious slope side condo’s (think ski in ski out & private hot tubs on the deck), our 11 week course in Red Mountain is the cheapest that we offer! This makes it the best value course on the market… have a read of what the 12/13 season crew thought of their time there.
Imi took part in our Fernie ski instructor training course back in 2007 and went on to work for several seasons as an instructor. Here’s how an amazing chapter in her life unfolded…