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Train to Become a Ski & Snowboarding Instructor this Winter

Monday 17th January 2011

Teaching others how to ski is the dream job for many, but how do you become an instructor?

When snow starts to fall our thoughts turn to the fun we can have in it. From sledging and snowball fights, to leisure and extreme winter sports, like skiing and snowboarding too, but if you’re a fan of all things fast, exciting, cold and white, have you ever
thought about spending a few months preparing for a new career as a Ski Instructor?

Take a look at our Winter Sports section for more information about training to become a ski or snowboard instructor. There are plenty of companies that can help you find the right training course in the most exciting surroundings for your gap year. Skiforce offers a BASI course, Oyster offer paid work instructing kids, and the Rookie Academy and EA Ski & Snowboard will train you in locations as far away as New Zealand, Canada, Japan and the USA. It’s not just instructor courses that are on offer, Ski Jobs list hundreds of jobs based in ski resorts all over the world too.

So, if you want to become a ski instructor, or just work abroad for a while in your favourite environment, check out our Winter Sports Ski and Snowboard Instructor Courses page for more information.