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Milton Keynes Development Coaching or private lesson?

 Poster: A snowHead
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I've got a few hours to kill in Milton Keynes this Friday and thought I might try some private instruction/coaching in the some. But I see they do a Development Coaching session Friday mornings.

I'm a fairly competent skier (guess around 8/9 on Inside Out scale), and was wondering if the Development Coaching Session would be worthwhile?

I don't mind spending the extra money on a private session, but only if they have suitably high standard instructors available. I certainly wouldn't want to spend a couple of hours in a private lesson and find out I've got a BASI level one or whatever.

Anybody got experience of the Development Coaching Sessions, or the standard of private tuition available?
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I wouldn't bother with either. You're too good a skier. Also on a Friday there are usually jumps etc on the slope so not much space for skiing. Mad
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Hmm, hardly a resounding endorsement for the place!

But I've got time to kill so maybe still go but ignore the coaching - and take board as well as skis and just muck about on the jumps for a couple of hours Very Happy
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I wouldn’t. There’s usually lots of beginners in the DC. Also they have a shortage of ski instructors, many of them are level 1 I think. Thursdays and Fridays are a no go as it’s set up for park and you can’t even use the features.
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It gets worse - may as well use the time to get my hair cut or something instead! I assume Milton Keynes has better barbers than snow domes Confused

Really glad I asked and thanks both for the comments.
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Sounds as though feeding the cows would be more exciting than the dome. They'll be near a roundabout somewhere 🐂
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There is a great Chinese restaurant near the snowdome - Taipan - if you have time to spare you can get proper dim sum and 'real' Chinese food. A much better use of time I think.
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