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Advice for teaching in Andalo, Italy

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi folks,

I'm off to Andalo next week for my first week of ski teaching in the Alps. Really looking forward to it, but also keen to make sure I do a great job of it! Almost all of my teaching experience is in a dome, with a couple of days in Scottish Ski areas. If anyone has any great tips in general on teaching outside vs inside, or any specific experience or advice of Andalo as an area to teach in I'd be very grateful


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