BASI Level 2 Training

Our BASI Level 2 training is perfect for those who already have their BASI Level 1 but want a bit of extra support as they approach their BASI Level 2. The jump between the BASI Level 1 and BASI Level 2 ski instructor qualifications is quite a significant one and you are expected to be far more accurate with both your own skiing and analysis of others.

Our training is designed to help you bridge the gap between the two levels and ensure you are not only skiing at the level but understand what to expect before you go into your BASI Level 2 exam. The New Generation BASI Level 2 training has the added benefit of counting as your 2nd set of 35 hours of ski school shadowing making it the perfect way to kick start your BASI Level 2 qualification.

For students who wish to sit their BASI Level 2 exam immediately after the training we run a BASI level 2 exam in Courchevel – the dates are to be confirmed, but it will be completed in time for Christmas. All students who join our BASI Level 2 training are given first refusal on our BASI Level 2 exam spots. This way we can guarantee that you have an exam option should you want it.

  • £1995
  • Late Nov – Early December 2019
  • 10 Spaces Remaining

What’s included?

  • 50 Hours of Training

  • Full area Lift Pass

  • Half Board Accommodation

  • Video Analysis

  • Ski Servicing training

  • Access to our Nordica Pro Deal

Our BASI level 2 training courses are perfect for those looking to take the next step on the BASI ladder. Serious training combined with a lively and friendly atmosphere make for an amazing experience. With career progression and further training options within New Generations Ski Schools across Europe these courses often help us discover the best new talent in the industry.

We design these courses from the ground up every year with 2 goals; make sure we have a programme we are really proud of and make sure that it will help every student achieve their goals. This years course is our best yet, we have increased the training hours and have improved the options for students after the course.

The Skiing & Training

Tignes and the Espace Killy

For early season training, very few places rival the Tignes Glacier and the ski area of the Espace Killy. Sat at 2000 m above sea level with skiing as high as 3500m Tignes is one of the most snow-sure resorts in the Alps. Combine this with a world class lift system and off snow facilities it is no wonder that international teams flock here for their preseason training.

While the glacier is there and a great option if snow has arrived a little later the remainder of the resort aims to be open by the 26th of November providing access to a massive variety of runs perfecting for developing all aspects of your skiing prior to your exam.

Accommodation & Food

We aim to please

During your stay in Tignes for your BASI level 2 training you will be staying with the Tignes Chalet Company. The Tignes Chalet Company is owned and operated by a handful of British ski instructors who know exactly what is important to trainees whether they are working towards their BASI level 2 or race training for their euro test. Each chalet has a large open plan living and dining room with British TV and wifi. You will also find a large ski room to dry out all your kit and service your skis ready for the next day. The food is great quality and while not overly fancy does contain everything you need to fuel you through a day on the mountain.

The bedrooms are all twins with ensuite bathrooms so there is no need to worry about being woken up by hoards of people at night.

The bathrooms in chalet la pierre are perfect for a ski instructor course
Ski instrucotr course accommodation is not always basic
Our Courchevel chalet uses twin bedrooms for our BASI 1 & 2 ski instructor course

After the Course

After the two-week training programme, the majority of students decide to sit their BASI level 2 exam. We run a BASI level 2 exam immediately after the training course in Courchevel with accommodation and lift pass options for those who are interested. If you are planning to go straight into you BASI 2 exam after the training please just check that you will meet all the prerequisites below.  The 50 hours of training with us can count toward your shadowing hours if you need.

Terms and Conditions for the BASI Level 2 Exam

Please read the latest BASI terms and conditions via


Before applying, students must have the following: Successfully completed the BASI Level 1 qualification.

BASI Membership

In order to participate in the Instructor Training course, students are required to have up to date BASI associate membership. If the course is successfully completed students can then apply to BASI for full membership. For more information see

Other BASI courses to consider

If this course is not quite right for you then worry not, we have others available across Europe that could be just what you are after.