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NothinButSnow has the dopest selection of snowboard courses for any aspiring snowboard instructor. We offer an exciting selection of courses which are extremely fun and rewarding. Ranging from 4, 6, 10 and 11 weeks long. Our snowboard instructor courses are the only choice if you want to look cool on your board and are in search of one incredible, memorable winter experience.

All of our snowboard courses take place in British Columbia, Canada. We run our courses from two of Canada’s most incredible mountain resorts, Whitewater and Big White Ski Resort. A snowboard course in Canada with NothinButSnow is an ideal choice for you to take your first step in to arguably the coolest and most exciting lifestyle career choices on the planet. With the mountain becoming your office, the ability to enjoy fresh snow and sunny sky's each day, endless fun and laughter, crazy apres-ski and unbreakable lifelong friendships. It’s hard to not question "why on earth did I not do this sooner?"
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Short or Long Snowboard Instructor Course


If you want to become a snowboard instructor in the quickest time possible then our 4 week "short" snowboard instructor course is for you. On this course you will improve your snowboarding ability whilst learning all the necessary skills to qualify as a level 1 instructor. If you have a bit more time on your hands and wanted to spend the season with us, and why wouldn't you, check out our 11 week "long" snowboard instructor courses. Here you will be amazed at after 11 weeks how good you have become, it truly is unbelievable how confident you will feel on a snowboard. Spending all day, five days a week with one of our pros is a surefire way to accelerate your ability towards snowboard instructor perfection. This season long snowboard course will teach you to a level 2 advanced standard in snowboarding and allow you to take home an internationally recognised qualification.

Snowboarding Course Big White

 

  • Price: £4500
  • When Do I Go: 12/01/15
  • Qualification: CASI Level 1
  • Days Tuition: 17
  • Meals: Mon - Fri
  • Price: £6500
  • When Do I Go: 12/01/15
  • Qualification: CASI Level 1 + Park Instructor L1 & L2
  • Days Tuition: 27
  • Meals: Mon - Fri
  • Price: £7800
  • When Do I Go: 12/01/15
  • Qualification: CSIA & CASI Level 1
  • Days Tuition: 46
  • Meals: Mon - Fri
  • Price: £7650
  • When Do I Go: 12th January 2015
  • Qualification: CASI Level 1, 2
  • Days Tuition: 41
  • Meals: Mon - Fri
  • Price: £7550
  • When Do I Go: 12th January 2015
  • Qualification: CASI Level 1, 2 & Avi
  • Days Tuition: 35
  • Breakfast: 4 Days
  • Lunch: 4 Days
 

Freestyle Snowboard Course


If you love the park and are hungry for a bag of tricks for smashing park features, then our freestyle snowboard course is right up your street. This course trains you to become a snowboard park instructor as well as making sure you have those board slides and 360's dialed. Becoming a fully-fledged freestyle instructor has never been simpler. This dedicated freestyle course will help you achieve this in 6 weeks. With a strong focus on your own snowboarding skills you will learn the necessary techniques to enable you to instruct and train novice snowboarders to be able to throw tricks in the park and around the mountain.


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Dual Discipline Crossover Course


For those interested in skiing as well as snowboarding, then NothinButSnow has the answer. Our 11 week dual discipline crossover course trains you to a level 1 in skiing and snowboarding making you one of the most desirable and hireable instructors available. With the high demand for dual certified instructors NothinButSnow is doing what it can to help people get their foot in the door with regards to employment. This intensive course is for those who want to become a master of both disciplines.

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Why Canada

It's one incredibly large winter playground when the snow starts falling and boy does it fall. Sometimes we wonder if someone up there forgot to flick the switch off. Theres the incredible vast scenery and wonderful mountain ranges, but the big draw to Canada during the winter period is the snow. In particular the snow that falls in British Columbia. It's why we chose Canada to be our destination of choice for snowboard courses.

Obviously the snow is important to us, but it's the complete package that Canada has to offer which makes it such an ideal location. The people are fantastic, super hospitable, friendly and sick snowboarders. You would expect them to be with a mountain range on almost every door step. They make for some of the worlds best snowboard instructors you can find and their expertise not only attracts students, but fellow snowboard instructors from around the world looking to further develop their own skills whilst learning with the best. 

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If you have not been to Canada snowboarding then you are missing out. We can’t stress how much you are going to love this country. The quality of the snow in British Columbia where we run our courses is out of this world. You will find yourself at multiple times during our courses putting in big pow slashes and charging deep deep pow! The whole vibe of the place is super chilled and the scenery is breathtaking. Its a beautiful place. We fell in love and made it our goal to get people to experience what a truly amazing place Canada is through a sport we love.

 

 



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CASI Snowboard Qualifications

Its important to get an understanding of what exactly you are getting out of your snowboard instructor course from a qualification point of view. What qualifications are there, how can they benefit you and most importantly where could you choose to take them for employment.

Deciding on Canada as a destination and NothinButSnow as your course provider will result in one heluva trip, but it also results in students of the course gaining canadian snowboard qualifications or CASI qualifications for short. With so many types of recognised qualifications around the world, making a choice to go for CASI is a sensible and viable option. They are extremely well respected and recognised globally within the snow sports industry.

Holding the CASI Level 1 enables you to be eligible to work in Canada, America, Andorra or UK snow domes. Those that partied hard through the season yet stayed focused and determined to bag their CASI Level 2 qualification means that not only can you work in Canada, but in New Zealand, Australia, USA and Japan. Holding the Park Instructor qualification is a great addition to your Level 1 or 2, allowing you teach to freestyle snowboarding lessons.

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Who Are CASI

CASI is an organisation who train and certify snowboard instructors to a level that ensures a national high standard of safe and efficient snowboard instruction. This is maintained to serve the Canadian snowboarding public and the ski/snowboarding industry. NothinButSnow offers four CASI snowboarding qualifications, here they are in brief.

CASI Level 1 - is an introductory qualification designed to enable instructors to introduce snowboarding to beginner and novice riders.


CASI Level 2
- focuses on intermediate and advanced level riding and skills-based teaching.


CASI Park Instructor 1 & 2
- Take students who have never been in the park before and teach them the basics all the way up to spinning front and back 360’s. You need to have a CASI Level 1 to qualify to take these exams.


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