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ski tech courses

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On Natives web site they advertise ski tech courses of between 1 and 3 days held in Kendal and Basingstoke, I was just wondering if any snowHeads had tried them as I'm thinking of signing up for a 3 day course
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Never heard of them before, they look quite interesting.

That said (and bootfitting aside as I reckon that is a tricky and skilled thing) most people I know just picked up ski teching as a natural part of learning skiing. I was P-texing and waxing in my parents' kitchen at 12 years old, for example. I might have struggled to re-build a sidewall...

What do you want to get out of it? Sorry, as I type I realise that's a stupid question. Why do you want to do it? Just curious and very interested in your review if you go ahead.
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David Murdoch, Why because you can always learn new tricks, I've been doing my own basic ski maintenance for years but I'd like to know if I can improve on what I know already, as for boot fitting well my feet are a real pain to deal with so having a bit more knowledge would be useful, maybe I'd even use the knowledge to help get a job Laughing
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I've seen those courses and know a couple of people who've been on them, they seem happy. I quite fancy them but it's not a good location.
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For me the Basingstoke site is just up the motorway, I'd prefer to pay the Kendal prices though wink
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D G Orf, Never done the course, but know the guys who run the courses, it's a local shop run by Andy Taylor, called Anything Technical.Both Andy and Pete have been in the ski business for years and are very experienced. They are also distributers for the Wintersteiger equioment.
www.skiequipmentuk.co.uk

If you do decide to do the course in Kendal, drop me a PM. Should be able to arrange a social drink.
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srobbo, no I'll do it in Basingstoke as it's a lot closer, wink but thanks for the offer snowHead
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