Professional Development Camp

Professional Development Camps open to all certified ski instructors. A maximum of 1:8 trainer-participant ratio allows for excellent individual feedback.

Summary

Length: 3 days.

Pre-requisites: Professional Development Camps are open to all certified ski instructors who are full or associate members of the NZSIA.

Pro Development Day – ISIA

Pro Development Day is a one-day on-snow clinic open to all NZSIA members. This one-day course is a convenient clinic to enable Level Three/ISIA members to maintain their ISIA status. This clinic will update your awareness of current ski techniques and teaching methodology.

Summary

Length: 1 day

Pre-requisites: No qualification pre-requisite required, however you must be a full or associate member.

Testimonials

Name: Pete Ganderton
Course and Resort: Professional Development Camp at Coronet Peak

“This course, run by Scotty Dagg and Colin Tanner, was by far the best course I have ever attended. The way the course was structured, the theme and the way that was carried through to the time management and presentation by both trainers was brilliant. Both trainers complemented each other and were very professional in all aspects. We had lots of laughs and it was great fun.”

Name: Ernie Maluschnig
Course and Resort: Professional Development Day at Coronet Peak

“This day was a real challenge for me with the limited amount of alpine skiing I have done in the past couple of years, and also because it was the first day of the season for me. I have not had a lot of Ski Instructor contact since about 1994 and I was a bit anxious around how much has changed. Scott did a brilliant job. I felt included in the group, was given a chance to warm up and get a feel of the skis I was skiing on for the first day and was asked what I wanted to achieve from the day. Not only did I get sufficient information to feel that I could confidently teach at a level that I was previously qualified to do so, but I came away from the day with a clear understanding of current technique relating to current equipment and racing developments. I also felt fairly well in control of the skis by the end of the day, and also re-identified a structural fault which I am keen to correct if possible. Scott’s ability at the level he is working is of the highest standard I have experienced and if I had clinics like his when I had prepared for my full cert I would not have struggled so much with understanding, both my own technique and others including some of the examiners.”