Old 04-11-11, 05:40 PM   #1
 
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Can anyone recommend a ski instructor course

hey all. not sure if im in the right place as its me first post,
im looking to do a ski instrucot course this coming year , so cant anyone recommend any good ones. not to fussed about price jus wont a laugh n good time, ... cheers all
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Old 08-12-11, 02:48 AM   #2
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Check out this one, toursdesport they are a ski provider travel expertise and I heard from a friend of mine that they also offer ski instructor course, well not really about it yet. Hope this will help.
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Old 27-06-12, 02:09 PM   #3
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Ski instructor course

You could try the British ski school if you are looking in Europe.

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Old 05-07-12, 07:17 AM   #4
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Yes. You can also try Skiorganizers they offer ski schools in the ski vacation they have.
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Tours de Sport was created by skiers and travel professionals with 30 years of experience. A one-size fits all approach might work well for some things, but we think ski vacations should be tailored to you.
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Old 28-05-13, 10:28 PM   #6
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Snowskool are, in my opinion, the best around. They offer an all inclusive training season. I believe that they run courses in New Zealand, Japan, Canada (a few resorts) and now France. I trained with them a number of years ago, in New zealand and I've had solid work, back to back seasons, for the last 6 years. You literally don't worry about anything. All Travel, Accommodation, Visas, Training, Exams, Lift Passes and Meals (in most resorts) are arranged. The only thing that I had to pay separately for was my insurance.

If you phone up, ask for Phil or AJ and you'll be in safe hands. Also a little tip: Mention "Bradley or Robin from the New Zealand course" have referred you, then you might get a little money off!!!

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There's a list of schools at ski-ski-ski.com/TipsSchools.html many of which train instructors. Plus, there's a listing of every resort in the world at ski-ski-ski.com/Resorts.html lots of which also train instructors (try those near glaciers - they frequently train over the off-season).
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