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6 Week Freestyle Snowboard Instructor Course at Big White in Canada.

Course Overview                                                   Book Now
Qualifications: CASI Level 1, CASI Park Instructor L1 & L2
Employment Locations: Course qualifications can lead to employment in Canada and the USA.
Course Requirements: This course requires you to be at an intermediate level with some park experience. To complete the Park Instructor examinations you must successfully pass your CASI Level 1 exam. If you are unsuccessful you can however continue to take part in all of the training offered during the course.
Course Cost: £6500.00

Our snowboard freestyle course is geared towards progressing your snowboarding skill, whilst teaching you the methods and technique required to perform freestyle maneuvers around the mountain and through the park.

Coupled with fantastic nightlife and luxury accommodation, if you love the park and want to get qualified as a freestyle snowboard instructor or simply enhance your freestyle skills, then this is the course for you!

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Course Accommodation
Luxury, luxury, luxury...Seriously your accommodation at Big White is pretty special. Words can not paint a picture of how beautiful your crash pad is. Firstly and most importantly they are ski-in / ski-out apartments...
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Course Nightlife
From après-ski to night skiing, Big White has it all. Those of us that are snow addicts can enjoy endless runs in to the night after normal lift closing hours...

Course Tuition
Alongside Big White's Ski & Board School, NothinButSnow has created a dedicated snowboard freestyle course aimed at improving your riding and freestyle ability...

 
 

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Course Resort
Big White, it’s in the name, it’s BIG and its covered in British Columbia’s driest champagne powder snow. With fun packed and challenging terrain the resort was made for our training courses!

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