We are very proud to see that all our Winter Sports Company resorts were nominated in the World Ski Awards!

All Winter Sports Company Resorts Nominated!

Winter Sports Company prides itself on choosing the best resorts in the world for ski and snowboard instructor training, and what better way to have this confirmed than all five resorts appearing in the World Ski Awards shortlist?

Sun Peaks and Panorama Mountain Resort were both nominated in Canada’s Best Ski Resort category. Tignes was nominated in France’s Best Ski Resort category, and both Coronet Peak and The Remarkables made the shortlist for New Zealand’s Best Ski Resort.

The Winter Sports Company has an eye for great resorts and only selects the best all-around resorts for instructor training – we seek out the best sports schools, the most varied terrain, and the most idyllic resort lifestyle (we love ski-in, ski-out!). So, it’s not surprising that every resort we use for training was nominated in the World Ski Awards.

The World Ski Awards, launched in 2013, aims to improve standards in the industry by rewarding the leading companies and organisations in their field.
Each resort must obtain the highest number of votes in the category to win.

Courses including Heli-Skiing at Panorma

11 Week Level 1 & 2 ski instructor course
11 Week Level 1 & 2 snowboard instructor course

  • £6945 – without flights
  • £7395 – including flights & transfers (from London)

Not to be beaten on location or price, this epic 11 week programme includes accommodation, meals, lift pass, world class level 1 and 2 ski training, level 1 exam fee, CSIA membership and license. And the cherry on top of this already incredible ice cream sundae – a heli-skiing trip of a lifetime at the end of your course.

8 Week Ski Patrol Course

  • £6545 – without flights
  • £6995 – including flights & transfers (from London)

The training covered in this programme is internationally recognised and will ensure candidates are qualified to work as a ski patroller anywhere in the world. Level 3 non-urban occupational emergency care (first aid), aerial lift evacuation and avalanche skills training are just a few of the modules covered. The course also includes closely shadowing Panorama Ski Patrol to give valuable patroller experience. To finish the 8 week programme perfectly, participants experience real backcountry conditions on a heli-ski / heli-board experience day.

11 Week Level 1 ski/snowboard instructor & ski patrol course

  • £8200 – without flights
  • £8650 – including flights & transfers (from London)

Spend 11 weeks training in all-round mountain skills by combining the 8 week ski patrol training with a level 1 CSIA skiing or CASI snowboarding instructor course. This course is perfect for high level intermediate – advanced skiers or snowboarders who are looking for a unique challenge.