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St Anton Level 4 Ski Instructor Training
The St Anton Work and Train Level 4 (Diplomskilehrer) programme is one of, if not the most sought-after course. We are delighted to be going into another season of our instructor training programme with our continuous commitment to safe training through the pandemic.
St Anton is the perfect training ground due to the pristine pistes for performance and huge backcountry terrain to explore, whilst working towards the European Mountain Safety.
Our Level 4 Ski Instructor Courses in St Anton are designed to challenge you technically and push you to the edge of your comfort zone. With a strong focus on technical alpine skiing, and for those committed to completing their ski instructor qualifications. You must have completed some parts of your ISIA or equivalent qualification.
Dec – April
24 – 30
Work & Training
The core trainers for this programme will be fully qualified instructors and trainers from a wide variety of backgrounds. The focus of this course is good skiing and our trainers will draw from expertise in a variety of systems to create rounded experienced skiers capable of adapting to any given task.
The training course includes 90 hours of comprehensive and relevant training designed to improve your skiing performance and understanding. These hours will be a mix of on and off-snow. Scheduling of training will be confirmed in the resort and will factor in time to allow for ski school teaching as well as training.
The ski school peak weeks are Christmas, New Year, February holidays, and Easter. If successful in gaining a place you will be expected to be in the resort and fulfilling your commitment to the school by being available to work in those periods. A holiday will not be considered in these periods.
It is of primary importance that your training is relevant to you and your training goals whilst delivered to the highest quality. Whether you would like to continue your career in St Anton or move elsewhere, it is our goal to help you get results. For that reason, we may use both trainers from within New Generation and external trainers to work with you on your goals and skill development, as mentioned above.
Our St Anton Coaches
Our coaches are handpicked from our teams across the Alps to reach your potential, cement your love for the sport and show you the best terrain on the mountain. All of our coaches are picked from different governing bodies, meaning you will get a feel for multiple ski organisations, making you a more rounded skier. They also know precisely what you have to do when the exams roll around. During the course, you will become versatile all-mountain skiers capable of tackling anything the mountain throws at you. Your training will develop your skiing in all areas from Piste Performance to freestyle, building your technical understanding and honing your teaching skills.
Whatever your goal, this ski instructor level 4 training in St Anton provides the best way to advance your skiing and continue your progression. With all the training, kit and support you need to become one of the world’s best instructors or take your riding to a level that will make others envious.
(We welcome all certifications, you don’t have to be BASI qualified, we have used these videos as examples.)
Book Your Course
- St Anton Level 4 Work & Train
- Dates TBC
- Full season
- Without Accommodation
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UK office: +44 1462 674 000
Lines open: Monday – Friday 9:00 – 17:00 UK
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