Kate Howard
After growing up surrounded by enthusiastic skiers and qualifying as a level 2 instructor...
Caitlin Miller
My level 3 (ISIA) has always been a goal for me since completing my CSIA level 2
Nikola Blom
The Altitude coaches were really helpful and their different
Sophie Studd
After completing my BASI level 1&2 in France I found myself finishing...
Elliot Bates
Just wanted to say a quick thanks for the last 10 weeks...
Tess Boller
I would absolutely recommend Altitude to anyone wishing to do their Level 1 & 2 BASI...
Chris Brown
I decided to book onto the Altitude level 4 training course for two reasons, firstly I wanted to focus...
Tori Redmond
I chose to do the Gap Ski Instructor Course with Altitude after a recommendation from...
Wenxin Liu
The Gap course with Altitude is never a wrong choice. Altitude is a well organized ski school...
Alex McRobb
The Altitude ISIA course is a comprehensive and enjoyable...
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Alice Baggs – Queen of the Level 3 ISIA Training 2017
Alice Baggs, season 16/17 winner our of 'King or Queen of the ISIA' award talks about her season in Verbier on the ISIA course.
Harry Steel – The Man Behind the Futures Coaching
An interview with ski instructor trainer and gap course coordinator Harry Steel.
QUEEN OF THE GAP 2016-17
            A few words from Ione the Queen of the Gap 2016-17.. Having just got back from an incredible winter doing my BASI levels 1 and 2 and working with Altitude, all I can think about is how much I am looking forward to going back next year and skiing again.
Adaptive Skiing Course – ISIA Level 3 Module
Adaptive Course –  by level 3 ISIA student Killian Recently, I completed my Level 1 Adaptive Course. In order to complete ISIA Level 3 one must have a second discipline. This can be in a number of different fields: snowboarding, telemarking, nordic or as I chose, adaptive.  Adaptive skiing uses special equipment to give those with