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Questions about Z.U.T.S. (slovenian sb qualifications) and I.V.S.I.+camps organizations

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
1) i would like to chat a bit with a slovenian (ZUTS) instructor if any avaible on the forum.

2) regarding I.V.S.I., i have two questions:
-Is someone here working with is I.V.S.I. qual? Where?
- can a i.v.s.i. coach lead off piste his club members?

3) i would like to create a (small) club to organize SB camps abroad (like Nazca or 6.9 camps), what qualification is required to do so? Which country has less restrictive regulations?

E.g. i imagine that i can't just organize a trip from here to france with 4/5 club members and coach them for a week.. which country is the opposite?

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