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The Job:
Work for a resort ski school, an independent ski school, a tour operator, a hotel or a dry ski slope. Instruct private classes or group lessons.

Ski Instructor Courses - SnowSkool The Requirements: Each country demands official accreditation and qualifications from one country may not necessarily allow you to teach in another. A second language may be required.

The Perks: Free lift pass. Spend every day on the slopes. Major piste-credit in resort.

The Downside: Not all clients will be a joy to teach. Expect to work 6 days a week.

For a Life Less Ordinary

Ski Instructor Courses - SnowSkoolMost of us will have, at one time, boarded the plane back from the mountains with a heavy heart…reports of 30cm of fresh expected that night, back to work Monday, seven days that felt like seven minutes.

Such are the woes of the office worker!

Those of you who have experienced these thoughts and who love your skiing will surely have thought about (re-)training to become a ski instructor. So what’s stopping you; Not a good enough skier? Not prepared to upset the apple cart? Don’t know where to start?

Fear not…let our partner, SnowSkool, hold your hand! SnowSkool offers ski instructor courses in Canada, France, New Zealand and the USA. Whether you are looking for the big mountain experience, luxury accommodation and/ or a rockin’ après scene, SnowSkool has a course to suit your individual needs. And with courses lasting between 2 and 13 weeks taking place in four countries over three continents and spanning two hemispheres, the choice is very much in your hands!

SnowSkool also has an instructor recruitment database with connections to 75-100 resorts in the northern and southern hemispheres. So if you are looking to work as a ski instructor, SnowSkool can train you to obtain internationally-recognised qualifications and help you to find that dream job.

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