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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?
Ski Training Group
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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.
Verbier Gap course 2018
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Our Level 1 Ski Instructor Course Overview

BASI’s Alpine Level 1 is the first rung on the ski instructor qualification ladder. It qualifies you to teach skiing in an artificial environment: dry slopes, snowdomes and some nursery slopes in the UK. But what does it take to achieve…
BASI Friday - Trainers meet to compare
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The BASI Level 1 Exam

The BASI Level 1 is the entry level BASI qualification for people that are looking to become a ski instructor. Here's a breakdown of what to expect.
Chill Factore Indoor Training

How to get the most out of Indoor Skiing

Gareth rounds up the benefits of training at the UK's dry and indoor slopes this summer, and how you can get involved. Remember, winter is coming!
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Q+A with Alpine Race Coach Jo Ryding

Q+A session with Jo Ryding, founder of JR Skiracing Academy, Head coach for the RAF and England Alpine Squad on the benefits of indoor training.
Chill Factore Race Training
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Snowdomes vs Glaciers

I’m not suggesting snowdomes can compete with the real thing. But if you don’t have the money or time to commit to glacier training, then they can be a brilliant alternative.