Your career as ski instructor
Guide and Ride Instructor Academy will meet this November in Austria's Stubaital valley, one of the best glacial skiing areas in the world. In this intensive and highly professional training our coaches teach you skiing anew, using the most current training methods. After a three-week training phase you will not only be a trained ski instructor but also have discovered new spheres of skiing.
Guide and Ride Backcountry Training
The Guide and Ride Backcountry training is included in the three-week Instructor Academy course, during which you will learn basic skills and knowledge essential for unguided exploration off-piste. You will study the avalanche report and train emergency situations and their mitigation, as well as learn how to plan your ideal lines. So after a day of instructing you can clip on your freeride skis and set your own lines into powder.
Overview: Three weeks of skiing, 5 days a week
Weekends at free disposal (e.g. excursions to Innsbruck)
Accomodation: can be organized
Why Guide and Ride Instructor Academy?
We see ourselves not only as a team, but as a community. That is why we want to support you as best as possible in your journey to becoming an instructor, both during the course and beyond. We guarantee to provide you with the best-trained coaches there can possibly be and therefore know everything needed to help you on your way to becoming a successful ski instructor. We will go beyond the on-piste training and access off-piste terrain as far as conditions allow. This course is provided at a much more favourable price than is typical in the trade, providing you with the added benefit of acquiring the Guide and Ride Backcountry Certificate.
Which skill level is necessary for participation in the program?
You should be capable of skiing all prepared pistes in all difficulties relatively safely. You don't have to be a pro. Everything else will be taught in our courses.