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BASI Level 4 (ISTD) Exam

BASI Level 4 (ISTD) is the final hurdle before coming fully qualified. The Alpine Level 4 is split up into 10 modules which all need to be completed before gaining your licence to teach at the highest level, anywhere in the world. The BASI…
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Courchevel vs Verbier

So you're thinking about a Ski Instructor Course, but aren't sure where to go? Is it going to be Courchevel or Verbier? As life decisions go this is a pretty cool one to be making. The two options on the table are probably two of the most famous…
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St Anton work and train ISIA team girls
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What Makes St Anton So Special For Trainee Ski Instructors?

Last winter season marked the first ever Work & Train Level 3 ISIA programme in St Anton. It was a phenomenal start - our 16 trainees clocked up a cracking 3,360 hours of work - an average of 210 hours per trainee. We spoke to some of the trainees to see what they thought.
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Brexit: What We Think It Means For Ski Instructors

Many people are questioning what Brexit will mean for BASI qualified ski instructors and the European Ski Industry as a whole. Now that the wheels are in motion, here's what we think might happen next.
Millet Ski Touring with the Three Sarahs, Alfie and Tullah
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Is Ski Touring Actually Worth It?

How can you justify going uphill when there are perfectly useable lifts? Do you have to wear lycra? Is it really worth it? 

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