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Snow Challenge Ski And Snowboard Instructor Courses...

Ski Instructor Courses and Snowboard Instructor Courses from Snow Challenge.
Since 2007 Challenge Sports Development have been offering first class ski instructor courses in Western Canada, we’ve come a long way since that first season and our first ski instructor course. Starting with two ski instructor courses and now running ski instructor, ski patroller, big mountain free ride and snowboard instructor courses in amazing resorts.

Ski Instructor Courses recognised around the world.
Although you’ll be training and qualifying in Canada, the CSIA, CSCF and CASI system is recognised around the world and one of the most respected ski instructor qualifications around.
We have ski instructor courses running from 3 to 18 weeks in duration, pass rates well above the average and we employ our own level 4 instructors; who are ski instructor course examiners, to guide you through what will be the best ski season of your life.
Our short ski instructor courses allow you to maximise your time and get stuck into the exams. The longer ski instructor courses allow you to relax and really improve both your skiing and teaching skills.
You now have a choice to take intensive training 5 days a week for 5 hours a day as our usual course structure or a relaxed training approach by spreading your weekly instruction to give you more free ski time. This has been developed to cater for all learning types and allows those who don’t respond to intensive training to still develop and have a great time.
All of our ski instructor course groups are based around an average of 6 students to 1 instructor. Any more on a regular basis and your development will suffer.
Our knowledgeable and experienced staff are on hand 24/7 to make your course run smoothly and we have great contacts around the worlds ski resorts so if you want work after the course we have a first class network to help you find it.

Slope off to a Ski Instructor Course in the beautiful Canadian Rockies.

If you‘re serious about your goals, Snow Challenge is seriously interested in you.

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What our customers say...
  • I’m defiantly coming back here if it’s the last thing I do.

    Corey (Level 2 snowboard 2010)
  • Panorama, what a great mountain. I didn't know anything about Panorama when I looked into doing a course but I'm so glad I chose it over any other. It's amazing how understated it is, the mountain has great extreme terrain, which was too much for me at first, but also great cruiser runs and intermediate bowls. Thanks for showing me this great resort and I'll be back.

    Jerry (Level 2 ski 2010)
  • The training is excellent. Jon was great fun, if a little hairy.

    Dickie (Level 1 ski and snowboard 2008)
  • Panorama's wide, long runs provide some challenging skiing but also a great place to practice technique and hone your skills on a well organized ski hill. Thanks

    Gemma B. (Improver Camp 2009)
  • So I am in Chile with Fran working as a full time instructor. Got a house up at the hill European style where I can ski to work............sweet hey! The best thing about my job is trying to teach in another language. I prefer Spanglish with a mix of Devonian and Canadian. No wonder I get funny looks all the time.
    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Tom (Level 2 ski and 1 snowboard 2008, Level 3 ski
  • After reading the reports I had to post to let people know just how good a resort this is. I was in Pano (Panorama Mountain Village) for 9 weeks this year; we had new snow every week at least. I skied every day both working with ski school (which is one of the most professional ski schools I have come across) and training with Snow Challenge instructor training course. With so much snow I was still finding new routes in both Taynton Bowl and the Extreme Dream Zone on my last day. With so much beginner terrain it’s a great place to teach and you can have so much fun in safe off-piste in-bounds areas like the Sunbowl and Funders Ridge. Yes, there are a few bad points such as the -30 days. If you have only skied in Europe then you just have to go somewhere like Pano. No lift queues even on the busy February holidays, 5min max at the bottom lift; I didn’t see a queue on any of the other lifts more than 20 people. As for après-ski, always a good time in the T-bar after a day’s skiing. Yes, it is limited but that’s the price you pay for having the pistes to yourself (If you don’t mind the cold January is empty). As for the people I challenge anyone to find a more friendly resort. After skiing Canada I will find it very hard to ski in Europe again. If you are looking to do some serious training Snow Challenge offers some good value courses with a great bunch of people. I will be back next year if it’s the last thing I do.

    Kevin (2011- 6 Week level 2)
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