Snowboard Instructor Courses

Join the most complete snowboard instructor courses out there.

Push the limits, develop techniques and start your career as a snowboard instructor.

Working alongside the top Snow Sports Schools, we provide professional and fun courses, designed to give you the greatest platform to advance your boarding.

With 3 week introductory courses, to an epic 18 week full season, you can start working towards internationally recognised qualifications and a career on the mountain.

Based in world-class resorts in Canada, Switzerland and New Zealand, you’re guaranteed some of the best vertical, snow and off-piste conditions.

Whether you want to play in the park or ride through deep powder, we’ve designed our courses to progress your riding and give you the skills to tackle all terrain.

Huge Range Of Options

THE BEST COURSE

SO MANY OPTIONS

Sometimes it feels like there’s just too much choice! The question is which is the best snowboard instructor course for you?  We’ve put together a blog that looks at the three main governing bodies.

All the extra information will hopefully help you to select the right course for you and an epic winter in the mountains.

BEST SNOWBOARD COURSE
INTERNSHIPS

TRAIN AND WORK

Why not consider an internship where you can train and work all in one season. You’ll start your training on a standard course but with the extra bonus of a guaranteed job placement once qualified.

It’s a fantastic route into the industry and one of the most economical, but it’s not for everyone. Read our blog on the pro’s and cons.

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DUAL CERTIFICATION

ACHIEVE MORE

Can you snowboard and ski? Then why not become dual certified.  As much as we want to think boarding and skiing are born equal, when it comes to available jobs, being a skier is a plus.

Ski schools have a larger quota of ski instructors to snowboarders, so if you can do both it puts you way ahead in the job market.

18 WEEK DUAL CERT

“Industry leaders”

George Smith - 26 Sept 2021
"These courses are without doubt the most professionally and articulately delivered from start to finish. The owner Rik will most likely be your first point of contact and in my case went well beyond my expectations to find exactly what I wanted and (my situation was slightly different given my experience and locational requirements) spent extensive time researching and helping me throughout. The course trainers level is also highest standard. The price matches the standard of training and accomodation and is well worth the total paid. Thanks so much Winter Sports company you’re the best choice I could have gone for".

Why Choose Us?

Our ethos at the Winter Sports is that the client always comes first. We live for positive feedback and reviews which means we go that extra mile to make sure you’re happy. From start to finish we offer more support than other providers so that you get the best service out there. You’ll be dealing personally with the company directors, as nobody cares more than us.

Based in world-class resorts in Canada, Switzerland and New Zealand, you’re guaranteed some of the best vertical, snow and off-piste conditions. With over a decade of experience, our packages include all you need to succeed and more. From fully inclusive courses to bespoke packages, there are no hidden extras in our prices – we don’t want you to worry about your budget; we want you to focus on training, qualifying and having fun.

How to become a snowboard instructor??

It’s a good idea to research how to become a snowboard instructor. There are different options depending on how much time you have and what you can afford. Find out here

How old do you have to be to become a snowboard instructor?

You can become a snowboard instructor at 16, depending on your route. A 16-year-old can take the CASI and SBINZ level 1 and 2 exams and can teach once certified if you have a work permit or citizenship for the country where you want to teach. Find out more here

How much do snowboarder instructors make?

How much you can earn as an instructor depends on your level of certification and the country in which you will teach. Find out more

How long does it take to become a snowboard instructor?

You can become a snowboard instructor in as little as 3 weeks!There are exceptions

What qualifications do you need to become a snowboard instructor?

The qualifications you need to become a snowboard instructor vary according to your aims and depend on the country you wish to work in. Read more

Do I need a visa to become a snowboard instructor?

Instructor around the world
You do not need a working visa to enrol on a snowboard instructor course, ski instructor course, or ski patrol course with Winter Sports Company. But this is when you do: Working holiday visas

Dual snowboard & ski instructor qualification

Become both a CASI qualified snowboard instructor and a Canadian Ski Instructor Alliance “CSIA” qualified ski instructor in one season. A dual snowboard and ski instructor qualification is popular with snow schools around the world. Find out more about combined ski and snowboard instructor qualifications…

And what will you do when you qualify? Real snowboard instructor job opportunities are regularly posted on our jobs board.

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Snowboard Instructor Qualifications

CANADA


Clients joining snowboard instructor courses in Canada will be training for Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors “CASI” certified qualifications. Find out more about CASI 1,2 & 3 snowboard instructor qualifications

Where are they recognised?

NEW ZEALAND

 

Clients joining snowboard instructor courses in New Zealand will be training for Snowboard Instruction New Zealand “SBINZ” certified qualifications. Find out more about SBINZ snowboard instructor qualifications

EUROPE

 

 

 

 

Clients joining snowboard instructor courses in Europe will be training for The British Association of Snowsports Instructors “BASI” certified qualifications. BASI courses, exams and qualifications are well respected and recognised around the world. Find out more about BASI snowboard instructor qualifications…

Where are they recognised?