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Ski Instructor Internship

EA Ski & Snowboard Queenstown / Otago Tourism Paid position(Know your rights) $12-18 p/h Intermediate Ski/Snowboard Experience

EA Ski & Snowboard are looking for eager skiers to join us in New Zealand on a winter gap year. If you love the outdoors, travel and have a passion for skiing; this is for you.

What is the ski instructor internship course?

On a ski instructor internship you’ll train, qualify and work as a ski instructor – all in one season. The difference between our course and others out there is we guarantee our interns a paid job offer once they become a qualified ski instructor.

Choose from 4 world-class ski resorts across New Zealand to train and work at this winter. You’ll train with the best, gain internationally recognised instructor qualifications, and get the best work experience for your CV.

You’ll gain instructor qualifications recognised by the International Ski Instructors Association (ISIA) – the world body for professional ski instructors. This means you will be able to work at other world-class ski resorts across the globe.

Our courses are open to any intermediate to advance skier eligible for a Working Holiday Visa. Prices start at USD 6,495 and include accommodation during training, exam fees, training costs, association membership, and much more.

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