NZSIA (New Zealand Snowsports Instructors Alliance) is the governing body for ski and snowboard exams and qualifications in New Zealand. NZSIA consists of four different divisions; ski, snowboard (SBINZ), telemark and adaptive (skiing for the disabled). NZSIA is a member of the ISIA (International Ski/Snowboard Instructors Alliance). The alliance aims to provide equal levels of quality throughout different governing bodies around the world to ensure a high level of ski and snowboard instructors. NZSIA is well respected within ISIA circles and continues to build and develop ski and snowboard practice to guarantee competitiveness and high quality instructors.
Basecamp are proud to work with the ski and snowboard divisions of NZSIA to provide aspiring skiers and snowboarders the chance to qualify as Level 1 and 2 Instructors.
Ski/Snowboard Level One is the entry-level instructors course designed for those wishing to enter the snowsports industry. The five-day course includes teaching adults and children, first time skiers/snowboarders and those up to a advanced beginner level. Technical and teaching theory knowledge will be assessed by a written test.To pass the exam participants should be advanced skiers/snowboarders comfortable on all gradients of piste and easy off piste.
Already have your NZSIA Level 1? Make your qualification international and gain your Level 2 in New Zealand with Ticket to Ride and allow yourself to work worldwide in Japan, Canada and Europe.
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