Add-ons for your course
We offer the below extra options as add-ons for your course, to book when in one of our four resorts:
- Improve those language skills! Take private or group lessons in French or German
- Learn to snowboard, ski, telemark or cross country ski (whatever you cant do already!)
- Explore the mountains on a snowshoeing or off-piste ski touring day
- Got a head for heights? Experience the Alps from above with a tandem paraglide
- Sign up for Yoga or Pilates classes
- Got a passion for freestyle or racing? Make the most of our expertise and take a private session with one of our coaches
- Want to make the most of the season? Speak to us about arranging accommodation both before or after the course
- Keep training with us to the next level – sign up to the Level 3 or 4 course for the following season
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If you are reading this, then you have probably either recently ticked off your level 2 qualification, are still to secure a job for next winter or you are considering embarking on a training course to progress towards your BASI 3 ski qualification. There are currently quite a few different options available to you when progressing from the level 2 to the level 3 qualification. One approach is to secure a teaching job and progress with training in your free time which has proved a highly successful avenue for many ski instructors.
If you are reading this, then you have probably either recently ticked off your level 2 qualification, are still to secure a job for next winter or you are considering embarking on a training course to progress towards your BASI 3 ski qualification.