This section provides a series of articles and resources written by NZ Trainers and Examiners, providing our members with knowledge and guidance in their instructing careers.
Acquiring Skill and the Role of the Snowsports Teacher, written by Peter Kuwell 2012
The 5 Lines of Bump Skiing, written by Ali MacGrain 2012
Why Do We Train ?, written by Scott Messer 2012.
Keep It Simple By Knowing The Big Picture, written by Clinton Burrell-Smith 2012.
Communication Between Athlete and Coach, written by Celine Arnold 2012.
When Every Turn Needs To Count, written by John Gass 2012.
Turn Shape, written by Sebastian Swann 2012
The Powder Experience, written by Simon Douglas in 2009.
Adjusting From Group To Private Lessons, written by Ryan Hodges in 2009.
Moola Bandha: The Path To Stronger Skiing, written by Sarah Walls in 2008.
The Skiing Plateau, written by Kirsty Hole in 2008.
Snow Touch, written by Simon Grove in 2007.
Carving Vs Skidding, written by Steve Trout in 2007.
The Challenges For First Time Skiers, written by Toby Arnott in 2007.
The Forces In A Dynamic Turn, written by Anne-Marie Robertson in 2007.
Function Or Form, written by Ben Adams in 2007.
The End Of An Era, The Start Of An Epoch, written by Bob Irwin in 2007.
Promoting Safety Through Snowsports Instruction, written by James Smith in 2007.
The High Performance Model, written by Jon Ballou in 2006.
Park Stance Vs Alpine Stance, written by Cam Robertson in 2006.
Basic Freestyle, written by Alex Fleet in 2011.
Technical Understanding of Skier Analysis, written by Doug Beech 2011.
The Indoor Teach, written by Matt Britton 2011.
Rotational Separation Exercises, Willian Glaser 2011.