What is the minimum level of ability to attend the courses?

For the Level 1 & 2 Courses students should be able to ski confidently on red runs linking turns down the fall line and being in control of their speed. For the ISIA course, students should have BASI 2 or equivalent and for the Level 4 course, students must hold the ISIA qualification.

Are there any extra costs I should know about?

Altitude’s course price includes no extra costs. In resort you are required to pay for your lunch on the mountain and weekend meals. We recommend £100-£150 spending money per week.

Do I need my own equipment?

Yes. However, this season Altitude Futures students will receive the sought after “Ski Instructor Pro Deal” which offers up to 40% discounts on ski equipment. We also have a deal with 50% off Rossignol equipment in the UK.

Will you meet us at the Airport?

Yes, included in the cost of the GAP course is your transfer to the resort from the airport and back to the airport at the end of the course.

Can we come for Christmas and stay in the accommodation after the course?

Altitude Futures will make every effort to organise this for you. Please request this when reserving your place on the course.

What Qualification will I receive on the Gap Course?

On successful completion of the course you will be awarded with the BASI Level 1 and 2 Ski Instructor Qualification and a first aid qualification. The BASI qualification is recognized throughout the World. BASI is a member of the ISIA.

Can I work for Altitude Ski and Snowboard School after the course?

On successful completion of the Futures Gap Course there are opportunities to work with Altitude Ski and Snowboard School Verbier and with Altitude Grindelwald / Wengen.

If you would like to book, please click here to download the booking form, Fill out all information and send it to Laura by email to: info@altitude-futures.com


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.
            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