For those of you who are working through the  British Association of Snowsport Instructors system.

The BASI Advanced Instructor course is not widely known as yet, however, it is a superb qualification which sets itself between the Level one and Level two qualifications In the BASI system. Latest course was delivered at the Hemel Hempstead Snow centre.

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Many Level one teachers who work on dry slopes, or the ever expanding snow centres throughout the UK, now have this qualification to progress towards.  It fits in neatly for those who either do not wish to, or cannot commit themselves to a two week course on snow for the level 2 award. You can, however, use the UKAI course as a stepping stone towards the Level 2 as it also acts as a module for this.

If you are already a level 1 and are keen to progress through the BASI system but cannot commit to the two weeks on snow then this course may be for you.

Focusing on the drills and skills required for skiing beyond the central theme it is also a superb personal development 5 days course.  There is also a good degree of teaching involved which again, will stretch your knowledge on improving skier’s performance at the central theme level and beyond.

To attend this course you will need a total of 35 hours shadowing PLUS, 35 hours teaching experience after your level one. It shows, however, that the shadowing and teaching work between these courses produces good ski teachers and as a result, builds a real professional ethos. This was seen last week.

Delivered over 5 days either continuous or over two weekends.

So, if you have a level one and want to move on, what are you waiting for! Book on! call the BASI office on 01479 861717 or e mail them


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