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Yes Improvement or Alltracks ski instructor course

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi!

So I know I want to go to Whistler next year in my Gap Year to do a ski instructor course but I am struggling to decide between the two companies Yes Improvement or All Tracks. Has anyone had any experience on either of these courses or knows anything about them that could help? Also does anyone know if either of them get more and mainly 18/19 year olds as it would be nice to go with others around my age.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Daughter did the course with Yes a few years ago and they were great. Good instruction, good housing/food and they organised trips out most nights too. So don't think you will go wrong with them. Great people to talk to as well, very helpful.
Yes they are mostly 18-24 on the ski instructor training - older on the other "improvement" courses they also run.
NOTE - no point going to Canada until you are 19 though as you won't get in any of the night life venues. They will turn anyone away without 2 forms of picture ID.
If you can get a IEC visa then you could do the "intern" course. This takes you through L1, then you work out there instructing getting paid and do L2 at the end of the season. Must have the IEC visa though - which is not easy to get as it is a random draw with over double the Brits wanting to go over there than they allow visas each year.
Happy to answer questions if you have any specifics.
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