About NZSIA Adaptive
NZSIA Adaptive Division has a renowned qualification for instructors wishing to work in this rewarding sector of the industry. The qualifications are designed to adapt teaching, techniques and equipment for people with a wide range of physical, intellectual or sensory disabilities to learn to ski or snowboard.
NZSIA Adaptive offers New Zealand based adaptive qualifications at Level One, for those that hold a Level One Ski/Snowboard Level One Certification, and at Level Two, for those that hold a Ski/Snowboard Level Two Certification and have adaptive experience.
The courses cover the recommended teaching progressions up to the appropriate level for: mono-ski, bi-ski, 4-track, 3-track, snowboard, visual impairments and intellectual impairments; lifting, loading and handling, etiquette, attitude and disability awareness.
Girls day out 2016! Open to all current female members. Where: Remarkables When: 1st October It’s an opportunity to ski with the girls, focus on some skill development and have lots of FUN! To book:...read more
Saturday October 3rd is our first NZSIA/SBINZ "Girls only – Level 3 and beyond coaching day". It’s for any of our female members who want to get together, rip around the mountain, do some training and hang out with other cool chicks from all over NZ. Its open to...read more
28 of New Zealand’s top ski instructors trialled for the 8 person squad. Candidates were tested for 3 days in all conditions including on and off piste skiing, synchronised skiing, dynamic athletic ski ability, a written submission and a 10 minute indoor...read more