The Perks of Being a Ski Instructor
Have you ever considered a career as a ski instructor? This is the dream job for many people but it’s a tough gig: as well as stellar skiing skills, you’ll need a range of soft skills to succeed.
Do you have what it takes but you’re also curious the perks of being a ski instructor? Here’s a look at the perks that make this a rewarding and valuable career choice.Read entry
Life as a ski instructor in Zell am See, Austria
Jamie Dalgleish did SnowSkool back in 2015 and is now working in Zell am See. Here’s the lowdown on life, pay and working conditions in town.Read entry
Working as a ski instructor in Australia – all the info
Australia’s one of the most popular southern hemisphere destinations for ski instructors – with many ex-SnowSkoolers working down under.
Here’s the information on working as a ski instructor in Australia:Read entry
Working as a Ski Instructor in Banff, Canada - all the info
Every year SnowSkool trains ski instructors from all over the world in Banff, Canada. It’s deservedly one of the most popular resorts that we run our courses in - and many of our trainees go on to live and work in town too.
Here’s the lowdown in working as a ski instructor in Banff, Canada:Read entry
Skiing vs. Snowboarding - which is faster?
It’s a question that’s been around as long as both snowsports have: which is faster - skiing or snowboarding?
With both sports relying heavily on gravity to get from top to bottom, perhaps it’s not as simple as you think? Unfortunately, we think it is.
But let’s look at the detail:Read entry
What can ski instructors do in the summer off-season?
During the ski season, there is a great demand for instructors in ski resorts all over the world. However, as the off-season approaches the demand reduces and vanishes. So, what should ski instructors do during the summer to keep a paycheck coming in while waiting for the ski season to start again?Read entry
How to become a ski instructor in Austria
It's no wonder skiing in Austria is so popular and all of the elements that make it so can be enjoyed by ski instructors, too. Which is why so many people want to work there, as well as go there on ski holidays.
But where to start with getting a job as a ski instructor in Austria? Let’s break the process down step by step.Read entry
Why become a Ski Instructor? 5 Reasons…
If you're thinking of becoming a ski or snowboard instructor this year - then here are 5 reasons why it's a great career to get going with:Read entry
How to become a ski instructor in China
Here is our 5-step guide on how to become a ski instructor in China – to make the passage simpler for those tempted by this new (but far from forbidden) fruit.Read entry
CSIA Level 2 Exam Guide
The final stop for skiers on our Banff and Big White courses is the CSIA Level 2. Our trainees have an extremely consistent 90%+ pass rate when they go on to tackle Level 2, however that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be prepared to stand the best chance of passing:Read entry