2010 will see the Snowboard Level One qualification move to a 5-day length, as opposed to 4 days.
The purpose of this is to extend the teaching element of the qualification up to linking basic skidded turns. The previous 4-day Level One required candidates to demonstrate basic skidded turns, but not teach them. We have extended the course length to allow for this, but also to give a little more time to include information around teaching children.
This will also take a little pressure off the Level Two qualification (with candidates already proven to be capable of teaching basic skidded turns), allowing the Level Two to incorporate new teaching elements also. This will include some off-piste and other basic freestyle elements.
We have plenty of Level One and Two courses scheduled already all over the country, so check out the Dates and Prices page to find a course near you.