The Greener, Freestyle, Freeride, All Temperature Ski & Snowboard Wax.
In association with Butta, NothinButSnow would like to announce, all new students signing up to any of our courses from now and in to the future, will bag a free block of Butta wax for their season of shredding. In addition, you will have the option to attend a pre-departure ski & snowboard maintenance workshop! Get trained and take advice from all of Butta's expert ski & board technicians who specialise in equipment maintenance. If you can not make it to their workshop in Bracknell, not to worry, ski & board maintenance sessions will run at your chosen resort during your course!
To find our more about Butta and their amazing wax, check out their website www.butta.co.uk
NothinButSnow Now Operates at Whitewater Ski Resort!
Powder magazine has called Whitewater “one of the best powder mountains on the continent.” With its more than 40 feet of annual snowfall! A well deserved award we think, seeing as the resort just gets buried in fresh Kootenay powder on a daily basis.
Whitewater is minutes away from the artistic community of Nelson, B.C., and when you set foot on the ski hill, it’s like stepping back to a time when skiing was about the skiing — pure and simple. As a winter resort, Whitewater is like nothing you have ever experienced. When you ski on a mountain like this day in and day out, pushing your limits, it’s inevitable you’ll be a great skier or snowboarder. So for NothinButSnow to be running an instructor training programme here is exciting stuff.
NothinButSnow's 11 week training programme will see students immerse themselves in a ski and snowboard hill like no other. Integrating in a winter sports way of life nobody outside of Nelson has ever experienced. Training through to their level 2 certifications, all students will gain valuable knowledge of back-country safety through a bespoke back-country training course which will include AST certification.
In a recent CSIA commitee meeting, it has been confirmed that next season and subsequent seasons the CSIA Level 1 course exam has been dropped from four days to three days.
This means anyone joining on to one of our ski instructor courses will now beneift from only havng to take a three day exam.
The previous four day exam has been streamlined into a three day exam which still covers off both the technical and teaching aspects of the Level 1 certification.