Food and living
There are many supermarkets in and around St Anton which offer a wide range of foods, including sandwiches and other takeaway food for a quick and cheap lunch. In the resort, there are many bars and restaurants, ranging from very cheap (you can buy a burger for around €6) to very fancy (think Sushi!). You’ll be spoilt for choice, and can choose how much you spend.
During the day there are many free buses which regularly go to and from all towns around the resort (St. Anton, St. Christoph, St. Jakob, Pettneu, Schnann, Flirsch, Strengen). After 6 pm buses are generally €2.90 and run all evening.
Our full-time and training teams both travel to resort just before the season begins for training, and once guests start to arrive you will be available for work!
Our busiest weeks are Christmas, New Years, February Half Term and Easter, so you will mainly working during these times. Outside of the peak weeks, you will be available for work when not training.
If you wish to work in other roles during the course, this is also possible. Bar work and cleaning are not the most glamorous jobs but pay well and usually fit with the course schedule.
Note: Before applying, students must have completed the BASI Level 2 qualification and successfully applied to have their qualification recognised in the Tirol region.