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7 Week Snowboard Instructor Course

01 January 0001

This snowboard instructor course in Whistler Canada will help you to improve your interpersonal skills, become a better communicator and increase your technical knowledge as you advance your own skills, having an overall fantastic life experience.

Snowboarder off piste with avalanche gearThe 7 week snowboarding course will take snowboarders through the necessary training in order to gain your CASI Level 1 certification within a 7 week time-frame. Read more about CASI snowboarding qualifications.

This package includes all training and exam fees (to CASI Level 1) along with AST Level 1 (avalanche course) and many additional courses and workshops including customer services, communications, injury prevention, equipment information seminar, ski tuning and boot fitting. What else is included?

Accommodation is once again at the Alta Vista Chalet where dinner and continental breakfast are included 6 days per week. In addition the course also includes video analysis, shop & gym discount as well as social functions and a season long pass! Other accommodations are also available should you prefer to be self-catering.

If you would like further details about our instructor courses please just get in touch on 023 8020 6977.

7 Week Snowboard Courses

Price includes accommodation at the Alta Vista Chalet.

  Quad share
Triple share
Twin share
7 Weeks to CASI Level 1
     
26 Nov 2016 - 14 Jan 2017
14 Jan 2017 - 4 March 2017
11 Feb 2017 - 1 April 2017
£6130
£6245
£6420

Prices are correct at 15/04/2015, the price you pay will be fixed at the time of booking. You can also choose to pay in Canadian Dollars. 

Want to book? Call us today!


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