Students On Ski & Snowboard Instructor Courses All Pass Level 1 Qualification Exam

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After 3 weeks of intensive training the entire group of trainees successfully completed their level 1 ski and snowboard instructor courses examinations. This result maintains NothinButSnow's 100% pass rate.

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This result maintains NothinButSnow's 100% pass rate

For the lucky individuals that had decided to embark on the journey of becoming a qualified ski or snowboard instructor by enrolling in ski and snowboard instructor courses, recently hit the first milestone in their training this season. They took the first steps in to the snow sports industry by passing their level 1 ski and snowboard certifications. This means that they had successfully demonstrated they can ski and ride to the level 1 standard set by the governing bodies CSIA (Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance) and CASI (Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors) as well as successfully delivering lessons to teach a complete beginner how to ski or snowboard.

All students that had enrolled on to NothinButSnow's ski instructor courses or snowboard instructor courses at Big White Ski Resort, in British Columbia, Canada had passed with flying colours. This means they can officially call themselves ski and snowboard instructors, a huge achievement. They are continuing with their training with the goal of completing the entire course which will see them obtain their level 2 certification towards the end of the season.

This article was written by NothinButSnow. NothinButSnow run market leading ski and snowboard instructor courses in beautiful British Columbia, Canada.

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