Ski instructor internships in Europe - WE ARE SNO

SKI INSTRUCTOR INTERNSHIPS

IN EUROPE
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INTERNSHIPS IN SWITZERLAND

The Swiss Alps ha​ve​ long been regarded as one of the greatest ski destinations in the world, with high altitude mountains, large interconnected ski areas, reliable snowfall and a unique alpine culture. Based out of award-winning resort, Verbier, and delivered in collaboration with one of its top ski schools, this internship’s extensive course schedule and comprehensive list of inclusions will blow your mind.

You get 280+ hours of coaching, ski-in ski-out hotel style accommodation in a prime central location and a job offer at one of Europe’s largest ski schools. If waking up to a winter wonderland is your idea of paradise, then this ski instructor internship is for you.

 

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WHAT'S INCLUDED

Some of the amazing benefits you receive when choosing the WE ARE SNO instructor internship programme.

Accommodation

Lift pass

Qualification

Employment opportunity

INTERNSHIP DATES

Verbier, EuropeView details
Type: Ski instructor internship
Qualifications: BASI
Start date: December 2019
End date: February 2020

"I COULDN'T RECOMMEND THIS COURSE MORE"

JAK BOWER - SKI INSTRUCTOR INTERN

HOW IT WORKS

1
CHECK YOUR ELIGIBILITY
Take our 5 question instructor eligibility quiz to see if you are eligible for one of our ski instructor courses with a guaranteed job offer.
2
CHOOSE A RESORT
A member of our training team will be in touch to guide you through the process and focus on finding the right course for you.
3
TRAIN AND QUALIFY
Travel to your chosen resort at the beginning of winter, meet your course mates and begin training to become a qualified instructor.
4
BEGIN INSTRUCTING
As soon as you become a qualified instructor you will start working and earning as a full-time instructor in one of our partner ski schools.

QUALIFICATIONS IN SWITZERLAND

A ski internship in Switzerland will get you an internationally recognised instructor qualification provided by the British Association of Snowsport Instructors (BASI). This national association for skiers is governed by the International Ski Instructors Association (ISIA) which sets the minimum standard requirements for ski instructors internationally.

This means, you’ll train in Europe but have the qualifications to work in a selection of stunning winter destinations around the world. A ski instructor internship in Europe offers the following qualifications: BASI Level 1, BASI Level 2.

Internship stories

Tom Maynard
Ski instructor internship

Our training in Niseko was run by Propeak, one of the most established ski schools in the area. Our trainer, Campbell, had around 18 seasons worth of experience so its some of the best coaching I’ve ever received. My skiing technique was dissected, critiqued and then built back up, so I’m skiing better than ever. The course sets you up for success and its great fun both on and off the slopes.

Dewansh Basnet
Snowboard Instructor internship

WE ARE SNO took care of everything. It felt so good to be in the experienced hands of people who know the resorts, the town, snowboarding and skiing. Delivered from the airport to our place of stay and with personal resort transport to get to and from the mountains each day was awesome. The training was progressive and once qualified we were able to transition seamlessly into employment as instructors.

Rogan Paul
Ski instructor internship

WE ARE SNO simply made everything easy. From the organisation prior to the course to the communication leading up to departure. We met our program manager at the airport and it didn’t take long to settle into resort life. We were fully prepared for the exams with excellent guidance from our trainers. The experience continues to be extraordinary with the help of ongoing support from the team at We Are Sno.

Jak Bower
Ski instructor internship

The whole experience was amazing. We all worked hard for the qualification, but we had plenty of time to chill. The accommodation was everything we needed with comfy beds, and only a short walk from the slopes and bars. The quality of the training definitely gave us the upper hand compared to similar programs and the 100% pass rate is proof. I could not recommend this more to anyone thinking about working a ski season abroad.

Your Instructor Job

Once you’ve finished the 10-week training programme, you’ll qualify for an interview and job offer at one of Verbier’s largest and most established ski schools. As part of the BASI Level 1 and 2 certification, you’ll complete 70 hours of instructor shadowing. This is arranged with the employing ski school during the course and is a great way to develop your teaching skills and confidence.

It is worth mentioning that up to now, anyone that has expressed a desire to take up employment after the course has been successful in the interview. Once in your job, you can expect a competitive weekly salary and an exceptional crew of instructors to work alongside.

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