About The NZSIA
The New Zealand Snowsports Instructors Alliance has been training and qualifying NZ snowsports instructors since it was established in 1971. NZSIA incorporates Ski, Snowboard (SBINZ) Telemark and Adaptive divisions and is recognised internationally for producing professional and knowledgeable instructors able to teach and perform on snow at a high standard. NZSIA divisions have developed a qualification framework that not only caters to our distinct New Zealand environment but also prepares our instructors to teach in the many diverse cultures and conditions encountered whilst working internationally.
NZSIA is a member of ISIA (International Snowsports Instructors Association) and participates in the International Interski Congress held every four years.
Join Niseko Black for the home of the bottomless powder for the 2017/2018 season...read more
Employment Full time positions: qualified instructors and guides in Niseko, Furano and Kamui(Otoe) NAC Snow Sports School are seeking new ski and snowboard instructors and guides for this upcoming snow season, 2017-2018. NAC Niseko Adventure...read more
Hakuba47 & Hakuba Happone Ski schools, Hakuba, Nagano, JAPAN are looking for ski and snowboard instructors for 2017-2018. We provide accommodations and meals for free at Hakuba47. For more information, please...read more
Snow Country Instructors in Yuzawa, Japan are looking for experienced ski instructors for the 2017/18 season
Fun team, generous package, and a real Japanese experience. Fo more information, check out this link here Please mail questions and applications to...read more
Niseko Village Snow School is on the lookout for passionate, patient and flexible snowsports instructors to join our team in beautiful Niseko, Japan. Find out more here...read more
Last week we ran a tryouts for the "SBINZ National Team", which is essentially a group of six instructors/trainers who will work together over the next 18 months to prepare to represent New Zealand snowboarding at Interski in Bulgaria 2019. This team of six will train...read more