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BASI Trainers Skiing in Formation at Interski 2016
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Who Are BASI Anyway?

If you are looking into or doing a ski instructor training then you will constantly hear people refer to BASI. But who or what are BASI and why do you need to know?
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What's Next After A Ski Instructor Course?

With the sun beginning to shine and spring just around the corning our instructor courses are drawing to and end. So what’s next for our trainees after their courses finish?
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How Much Can You Earn As A Ski Instructor?

How much can you earn as a ski instructor? This is possibly one of the most important questions that we never get asked.
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How To Be A Part-Time Ski Instructor

Not everyone who gains their BASI Level 2 wants to become a full-time instructor. But you can still take advantage of your new skills and qualifications.
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What is Inspiring Us? OpenWear

Good ski kit is notoriously expensive, desperately hard to keep clean and is unfortunately not always that great for the environment. OpenWear is different.
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Ski School Shadowing

By shadowing our fully qualified ski instructors students get a real insight into life behind the scenes of ski teaching.
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Villars BASI 1 & 2 Through a Student's Eyes

This winter we introduced a new, shorter BASI 1 & 2 Residential course in Villars, Switzerland. So did it go well? Kurt Anderson reveals all...
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Meet Your Mentors - 3 Valleys

The 3 Valleys is where it all began for New Generation, so it's no surprise it remains one of our main Instructor Training areas. With trainees from Levels 1 to 3 ISIA, we need a big team of experienced mentors to keep things running smoothly.
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What to pack for your Gap Course

To help you we have gathered together some advice on what to bring and what not to bring in this guide to what to pack for your gap course.
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Why do ski instructors need to learn about avalanches?

If anyone ever tells you they know everything about avalanches and the dangers of skiing off-piste, they are sorely mistaken. Its a constant learning process and should be continuously revised and practiced.