29/03 - 29/03
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Response Time: 2 hours
Experience: 12 Years
Languages: English , French
Cancellation Policy: Flexible [?]
- Over a decade of experience ski instructing clients in France, Switzerland, Japan, New Zealand and Australia.
- Holding the highest ski instructing qualification in the British, French, Swiss and New Zealand systems. I am also a ski instructor trainer and examiner.
- Coming from a ski racing background, competing at a national and international level. I am also a race coach, coaching young aspiring athletes.
- Experience providing lessons to all ages and abilities. Every lesson I deliver is tailor made to my client’s needs. This ensures maximum enjoyment, technical improvements, a memorable experience and multiple re-bookings.
- Off-piste and powder enthusiast, running introduction to powder, ski touring and advanced powder workshops.
With every lesson I make sure I understand the goals of each client and we work together to try and achieve these objectives. Skiing is a sport I love so I always try and share this passion. I want clients to leave my lesson feeling good, accomplished and having learnt something new. I know the resort extremely well which ensures a flawless and memorable experience. Expect to have fun and fall more in love with skiing.
You can arrange the meeting point with your chosen instructor by using the Maison Sport messaging system. We recommend agreeing this before you book your lessons, but it can always be arranged at a later date. The instructor should be able to suggest somewhere that is convenient for you both.
Any instructor that has a blue ‘verified’ tick icon on their profile has had their qualifications vetted and verified by the Maison Sport team, the level of qualification required to have a verified account on Maison Sport varies slightly by country. As follows: France – all verified instructors must carry a ‘Carte Professionelle’ licence, the qualification requirements for this licence are very high. The licence is administered by the French Government (to attain a Carte Professionelle most instructors will have studied for an average of 5 years+ to attain the correct level of qualification). Aside from requiring the instructor to have the highest level of qualification, which includes numerous teaching and technical performance diplomas in skiing or snowboarding, European mountain safety courses and the Euro speed test, the instructors are also required to have a criminal record check and a first aid certificate. Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Finland, Scotland, Spain – all verified instructors must carry a minimum level of qualification which must be at the ISIA card level or above. Instructors working independently must provide documentation to show they meet the local regulatory requirements to do so and instructors that are working for a ski school must provide details of the school they work for.
Unless otherwise agreed with the instructor no more than 6 people can take part in a lesson, each instructor will have their own policy for this, so it is best to just double check with them by sending a message. Most instructors won't charge extra if there is more than 1 person taking part in the lesson, but always best to check with them before booking.s
If you are on a desktop computer or laptop, you will see a box on the right hand side of the screen which contains various lesson options and pricing, simply select the lessons you would like and then click 'Book now', then follow the instructions to make payment. If you require further help visit the 'How to book' page - https://maisonsport.com/en/how-to-book
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