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.
Our movie "Rookies" is now out online! You can watch it on Vimeo at this link - https://vimeo.com/233106608 If anyone happens to be in Ohakune this weekend, we have organised another screening at Kings for this Sunday, October 22nd at 7:30pm, tickets will be $10....read more
Get Avalanche trained this winter with the 4 days - ISIA stamp course. Hokkaido Collective is hosting 2 training opportunities with NZ guide and Alaskan avalanche forecaster Peter Bilous. Dates 23-26/01 or 27-30/01 Hurry up limited availabilities only. Don't miss out...read more
Pure Hokkaido are looking for a Female Ski Instructor/Dual certified Instructor for the 2017/2018 winter in Niseko. Find out more hereread more
Club Med Internship EA Ski & Snowboard have 3 positions left at the famous Club Med in Hokkaido for skiers and snowboarders starting this November and running until April. Requirements are: Intermediate to advanced rider Able to get a valid working holiday via for...read more
EA Ski & Snowboard Training have limited instructor jobs in Switzerland this winter starting in November. If you are and intermediate skier and free this November get in touch with their team today to learn more about how you can become a qualified ski instructor...read more
Getting a group of instructors and trainers who work at different resorts to all be in the same place at the same time is no easy feat. But we did it, both after hours and on-snow.read more