How to Take Your Snowboarding to the Next Level: Tips & Tricks
Snowboarding is one of the most exciting winter sports. It's also one of the most frustrating. After learning how to use a chair lift, perform basic turns, and tackle every blue square trail on the mountain, many snowboarders reach a standstill in performance. Here are our tips on how to get great.Read entry
How not to be a Punter on the slopes - 5 Tips
A beginner should not expect to be laughed at for asking Jean-Baptiste, the tanned demi-God ski instructor, if there is a right ski and a left ski before setting off downhill. But, should he ask which way the skis should point or indeed clip into skis with the tips at the tail and the tails at the tip, he should absolutely expect to be laughed off the slopes and taken in a taxi to the nearest airport. For a PUNTER he most certainly is… Here’s SnowSkool’s guide on to how not to be one this season…Read entry
How to become a ski instructor in Switzerland
Keen to live and work there? That’s understandable. Let’s go through 5 easy steps to secure a job in one of Switzerland’s many mountains….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
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
How to Become a Ski Instructor in Chile, South America
With the growing interest in emerging ski resorts around the world, the popularity towards skiing in Chile (and also Argentina) is increasing and so is the number of instructors looking for jobs there.
So, here is our guide on how to become an instructor in South America, in 5-steps:Read entry
How to become a ski instructor in Andorra - Interview
Andorra is a bit of a hidden gem when it comes to ski instructing. Find out what it's like and how to become a ski instructor in this tiny mountain nation.Read entry
How to Ski Parallel
Moving from snowplough to parallel skiing is a scary thought for many but it does make your life easier and makes you cooler on the slopes. Once you master the parallel skiing you can start to ski faster, turn quicker and turn heads as you ski swishly past the mountain side bar.
SnowSkool shows you how to do it...Read entry
How to Become a Snowboard Instructor in Japan
A job in Japan can seem like an exotic pipedream – interesting in concept but difficult to achieve. However, if you break it down into steps it makes it far easier.
That’s where we come in, here is our guide on how to become an instructor in Japan, in 5 steps:Read entry