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Ski Internship/ Ski Instructor courses

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi everyone,

I am planning on doing a ski internship this coming winter for the 22/23 season. I can competently ski red runs but have not skied since 2019 due to covid however I am skiing on indoor slopes regularly up until I go in November this year.

I am looking for advice from anyone that has done a ski instructor course/ internship with the following companies preferably, however any suggestions are also appreciated.
: SIA Austria, We Are Sno, Snow Skool, E3, EA ski and snowboard.

Many of these companies I can't find reviews that aren't on their website, making it difficult to get a real feel for these companies.

Many Thanks
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