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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.
David Murray off-piste above the Val d'Hérménce

Our Highlights From This Winter

What a winter it has been! Check out our highlights from this winter and see what you could be getting involved in next year.
Mandy Martin contemplates the Grand Combin from the Combe de Drône, Bourg St Bernard, March 2018

Human Aspects of Avalanche Safety – Heuristics

Whilst dangers are always present in the mountains, with or without us being there; risks and heuristics traps are things that we create for ourselves.
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Taking BASI Level 1 In The UK

BASI 1/2 courses aren't for everyone. If you’re in that position, you might wish to consider doing your Level 1 in the UK and taking a shorter course in the winter to acheive your Level 2.
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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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Our 1 For 1 Promise

Did you know that by choosing to train with us you are positively impacting the life of someone else?
Rob Wilhelmsson Skiing powder

Avalanche Airbags: How do they work and are they effective?

Airbag backpacks are an expensive thing to buy, so perhaps we should find out how they are supposed to work and if they actually do the job.
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Opening the Hips with Train2Ski

Most people who come into the gym to work with us want to move everything with their arms. We want everyone to learn to use their hips.
Being a ski instructor - Sam Taylor Carving
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Our Level 3 ISIA Instructor Courses: An Overview

The BASI Level 3 is a big jump up from the Level 2 - find out what is involved and how we can help you achieve it in our course overview.
Sam Taylor skiing off piste with gap students
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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.