Skiing Training Courses and Workshops

Schools providing training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Skiing




Total 45 training courses and degree programs available around the world.

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Popular courses:
Cross Country Skiing
Downhill Skiing
Backcountry Skiing
Cross-Country Skiing
Skiing
A Week Of Backcountry Skiing


Cross Country Skiing

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: First Track Adventures
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Yarragon, Australia
  V

Where

Mt Baw Baw

Mt St Gwinear

When/How

July, August.

Cross country skiing can be run as a day activity or as an overnight activity under canvas or in accommodation staying at Mt Baw Baw. Day skiing activities can be conducted at either Mt Baw Baw or Mt St Gwinear.

Sessions involve a basic skills component followed by a to the summits of the mountains. The overnight trips can also be run at either mountain. It is recommended that a full or at least half day skills session be taken before these trips. A briefing session is run prior to these trips.

An overnight trip can give a great insight to the alpine environment in the beautiful Mt Baw Baw National Park with trips ranging from 10 to 20 km.

The camp accommodation trips range from 3 to 5 days staying at lodges in the Mt Baw Baw Alpine village.

We can arrange for cross country, downhill skiing and snow boarding as well as your accommodation, lift tickets, ski hire and lessons. We may also arrange your transport if required.

Equipment

Cross country skis/boots/poles Downhill skis/boots/poles Snowboard and... [Read More]

Skiing APSI Level One 1 Week QuikPrep

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Elite instructor training
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Thredbo Village, Australia
  V

This 7 day instructor training course is designed to help individuals who have advanced to expert skiing / riding skills get their first instructors qualification.

This course is perfect for those wishing to gain the APSI qualification but are unsure of what is required and want us to give a heads up with 3 days PREP before attempting the APSI Course and exam

Skiing

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Elite instructor training
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Thredbo Village, Australia
  V

This 3 week instructor training course is designed to help intermediate to advanced skiers with no teaching experience, but have good skiing skills, become instructors. Parallel skiers with a pole plant.



This course will also prep for higher teaching levels than the basics done in the level one course. Also allows more time for personal skier improvement.

Backcountry Skiing

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: University of Calgary Outdoor Centre
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Calgary, Canada
  V


Bow - Yoho, Stanley Mitchell Traverse

This fabulous tour will cover the route between Bow Lake and Emerald Lake via Bow hut, a tent camp on Mt. Des Poluis and Stanley Mitchell Hut. This area offers far and away the best ski touring in the Rocky Mountain National Parks with a wide range of runs in trees, glades, and the alpine.

Rogers Pass

Glacier Park is Canada&,#146,&,#146,s premium Back-country day touring destination and famous for its steep &, deep powder runs. There is a mixture of tree runs for low visibility days plus open bowls, ridges &, glaciers. The area gets about 100cm of snow per week, so be prepared for powder skiing &, snowy days.

Intro to BC Ski/Ride

This course is designed for skiers who want to try backcountry skiing or snowboarding. Learn about the use of equipment like climbing skins, alpine &, telemark skis, plus touring safety, powder skiing tips &, backcountry trip preparation. Some previous skiing experience is needed.

Wapta Traverse

The stunning Wapta Icefield is a region of glaciers between Peyto Lake and Wapta Lake, northwest of Lake Louis... [Read More]

Snow Skiing

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Dallas Baptist University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dallas, United States

An activity course designed to teach the fundamentals, techniques, equipment used, and clothing for alpine and cross-country skiing. The opportunity to register for this course will coincide with the DBU ski trip. Additional costs apply.

Snow Safety/Ski Patrol Operations

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Selkirk College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Castlegar, Nelson, Trail, Canada
  V

you will review the primary management issues and operational activities of the snow safety or ski patrol department, with a focus on managing avalanche hazards. You will examine the major elements of ski resort avalanche hazard assessment and safety including avalanche terrain, mountain weather, snow pack features, and avalanche rescue. As part of your study of avalanche hazards and safety, you will have the opportunity to complete the Canadian Avalanche Centre (CAC) Avalanche Skills Training (AST) Level I course which involves two full days of field study. In addition to examining avalanche hazard concerns and issues, you will study several snow safety/ski patrol operations and management topics, including avalanche hazards and ski area planning, ski resort avalanche control, ski patrol operations, ski resort accident investigation and recording, ski lift evacuation, and ski patrol facilities and equipment.

Backcountry Skiing Educational Adventures

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: College of the Rockies Continuing Education
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Fernie, Canada
  V

Learning begins with the basics of ski touring and progresses through important aspects of decision making, hazard recognition, terrain analysis and powder skiing techniques. Classroom time is spent learning avalanche theory, refining map reading, menu planning, mountain weather and transceiver practice. Students must be very strong intermediate to expert skiers. Students need no previous backcountry skills but are required to be self reliant, physically fit and prepared for an intense schedule of dynamic

Follow this link for specific information on Backcountry Educational Adventures and other outdoor educational adventures being offered.

Ski Touring

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: College of the Rockies
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Cranbrook, Canada
  V

An introduction to ski touring and an exploration of Fernie&,#146,s expansive backcountry terrain. Movement skills development, touring equipment, group management and avalanche safety are the focus of this practical field trip. Note: Those students who wish to snowboard are required to purchase a split board for touring in the backcountry.

Outdoor Adventure Leadership (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: College of the Rockies
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Cranbrook, Canada
  V

Spend more of your time out of the classroom and right in the action, and turn your education into an adventure! Our Mountain Adventure Skills Training (MAST) program provides first-hand outdoor adventure experience and you can earn professional certifications for the adventure tourism industry, all while you enjoy the Canadian Rocky Mountain lifestyle in Fernie BC.

Our instructors are highly skilled guides who specialize in avalanche safety, rock climbing, mountaineering, whitewater kayaking and rafting, backcountry skiing, backpacking, canoeing, and wilderness hiking. You can earn industry certifications in avalanche skills training, ski/snowboard instruction, swift water rescue, and more. You can also gain university credits towards a degree in Adventure Tourism.

CROSS COUNTRY SKIING

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Marianopolis College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Montreal, Canada

Students learn basic cross‐country skills as they sample ski
trails at Parc Bois‐de‐Liesse, Mont Royal Park and St. Jerome.

Snow Skiing and Snow Boarding

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Tarrant County College District
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Fort Worth, United States

A coeducational class designed to provide the
student with an opportunity to develop basic
skiing skills with the emphasis in this class
placed on stem and parallel turns. 0.00 CEUs.

Skiing Guide - Ski Touring - Overnight (Certificate)

Course Format: E-learning
School/Trainer: Outdoor Training College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Windsor, Australia
  V

An outdoor activity, consisting of skiing in areas which are outside the areas covered by rescue &,quot,ski-patrols&,quot, and may include an overnight stop. The activity includes the requirement to have a number of standard skiing skills, including: diagonal stride, snow plough, glide, break and turn, side step, step turns, double pole herringbone, downhill run, kick turn, traverse, basic skate, side-slip, stopping, stem-turns, kick and tack turns, open stance telemark turns, telemark run and self arrest. The activity requires the ability to plan the event and follow a correct or satisfactory course along a route and to be able to set up and maintain an overnight camp site.

Career Pathway:

Units provide credit towards Cert IV in Outdoor Recreation (SIS40310)

Course Duration:

Maximum of 6 months from commencement

Entry Requirment:

Are preferably aged 18 or over (industry driven requirement), HSC (year 12) or a mature background.

Skiing Guide - Ski Touring intermediate - Overnight (Certificate)

Course Format: E-learning
School/Trainer: Outdoor Training College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Windsor, Australia
  V

An outdoor activity, consisting of skiing in areas which are outside the areas covered by rescue &,quot,ski-patrols&,quot, and may include an overnight stop. The activity includes the requirement to have a number of standard skiing skills, including: diagonal stride, snow plough, glide, break and turn, side step, step turns, double pole herringbone, downhill run, kick turn, traverse, basic skate, side-slip, stopping, stem-turns, kick and tack turns, open stance telemark turns, telemark run and self arrest. The activity requires the ability to plan the event and follow a correct or satisfactory course along a route and to be able to set up and maintain an overnight camp site.

Career Pathway:

Units provide credit towards Cert IV in Outdoor Recreation (SIS40310)

Course Duration:

Maximum of 6 months from commencement

Entry Requirment:

Are preferably aged 18 or over (industry driven requirement), HSC (year 12) or a mature background.

Skiing Instructor - Downhill (Certificate)

Course Format: E-learning
School/Trainer: Outdoor Training College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Windsor, Australia
  V

An outdoor activity, consisting of skiing downhill, rather than over the countryside. A requirement of this activity is to be able to linked parallel turns through the fall line and apply speed control while turning and using the shape of the turn. The qualification requires the ability to impart knowledge and skills to enable the participants to independently participate in the activity.

Career Pathway:

Units provide credit towards Cert IV in Outdoor Recreation (SIS40310)

Course Duration:

Maximum of 6 months from commencement

Entry Requirment:

Are preferably aged 18 or over (industry driven requirement), HSC (year 12) or a mature background.

Skiing Instructor - Downhill - Telemarking (Certificate)

Course Format: E-learning
School/Trainer: Outdoor Training College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Windsor, Australia
  V



E-Learning Units (web-based)

SISOODR302A


Plan outdoor recreation activities


SISOODR303A


Guide outdoor recreation activities


SISOODR404A


Manage risk in an outdoor activity


SISOOPS201A


Minimise environmental impact


SISOOPS304A


Plan for minimal environmental impact


SISOOPS306A


Interpret weather conditions in the field


SISXCAI306A


Facilitate groups


SISXEMR201A


Respond to emergency situations


SISXEMR402A


Coordinate emergency response


SISXOHS101A


Follow occupational health &, safety policies


SISXOHS402A


Implement and monitor occupational health &, safety policies


TAEDEL301A


Provide work skill instruction


Practical units (face-to-face)

SISOSKI406A

Telemark ski downhill on intermediate terrain

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Skiing Instruct- Cross-Country Intermediate (Certificate)

Course Format: E-learning
School/Trainer: Outdoor Training College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Windsor, Australia
  V



E-Learning Units (web-based)

SISOODR302A


Plan outdoor recreation activities


SISOODR303A


Guide outdoor recreation activities


SISOODR404A


Manage risk in an outdoor activity


SISOOPS201A


Minimise environmental impact


SISOOPS304A


Plan for minimal environmental impact


SISOOPS306A


Interpret weather conditions in the field


SISXCAI306A


Facilitate groups


SISXEMR201A


Respond to emergency situations


SISXEMR402A


Coordinate emergency response


SISXOHS101A


Follow occupational health &, safety policies


SISXOHS402A


Implement and monitor occupational health &, safety policies


TAEDEL301A


Provide work skill instruction


Practical units (face-to-face)

SISOSKT409A

Apply intermediate cross country skiing skills
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Skiing Instruct- Cross-Country Advanced (Certificate)

Course Format: E-learning
School/Trainer: Outdoor Training College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Windsor, Australia
  V



E-Learning Units (web-based)

SISOODR302A


Plan outdoor recreation activities


SISOODR303A


Guide outdoor recreation activities


SISOODR404A


Manage risk in an outdoor activity


SISOOPS201A


Minimise environmental impact


SISOOPS304A


Plan for minimal environmental impact


SISOOPS306A


Interpret weather conditions in the field


SISXCAI306A


Facilitate groups


SISXEMR201A


Respond to emergency situations


SISXEMR402A


Coordinate emergency response


SISXOHS101A


Follow occupational health &, safety policies


SISXOHS402A


Implement and monitor occupational health &, safety policies


TAEDEL301A


Provide work skill instruction


Practical units (face-to-face)

SISOSKT406A

Demonstrate advanced cross country skiing skills
<... [Read More]

Backcountry Skiing Basics

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Alpine Adventures, Inc.
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Keene, United States
  V

If you are able to ski the “more difficult?trails at most nordic ski centers you’ll enjoy this two-day introduction to the world of nordic backcountry skiing.

We start out by discussing the various types of equipment and clothing suitable for the backcountry and then we’re off for a tour. We’ll work on your stride, aiming for efficiency, not speed, and your climbing technique, again looking for maximum return for minimum effort. Without resorting to advanced turns we will show you a few tricks to help you control your speed and direction on the downhill sections. Our goal is for you become comfortable with the basic tools required for skiing natural snow in wild places.

The second day’s tour will be longer and we’ll place particular emphasis on maintaining control while skiing downhill on the narrow winding trails common to the East’s forested mountains. You can expect to learn the “power wedge?for speed control, the telemark position for fore and aft stability and many tips and tricks useful for skiing on and off trails in the backcontry.

Snow conditions play a huge part in all backcountry skiing and the specific skills we cover will de... [Read More]

A Week Of Backcountry Skiing

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Alpine Adventures, Inc.
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Keene, United States
  V

Combining our Backcountry Basics and Telemarking: The Essentials courses, this intensive introduction to backcountry skiing will get you started as quickly and efficiently as possible. Five consecutive days of skiing, with instruction, will help you build skills and confidence that would otherwise take much longer.

In addition to teaching the skiing skills essential for you to become an independent backcountry skier, we look forward to sharing five days of great skiing destinations with you. We will select each day&,#146,s tour from dozens of options, dependng upon snow conditions, skills to be presented, and energy levels of participants.

Serious Skiing

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Alpine Adventures, Inc.
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Keene, United States
  V

NORDIC VERSION - The adaptability of the telemark turn to a wide variety of snow conditions makes it the most useful turn in a nordic backcountry skier’s downhill repertoire.

In the nordic version of this course we’ll refine your basic telemark, introducing step telemarks, two-step telemarks, lateral projection telemarks, leading ski telemarks and other variations. We’ll also work on parallel turns with our free-heel equipment. On the second day we’ll apply our new skills on a challenging objective chosen according to snow conditions and your ability.

This course is ideally suited for nordic skiers who are comfortable with the telemark turn when the snow is “just right?but have trouble otherwise.

ALPINE VERSION - For the most challenging terrain and conditions, most skiers prefer alpine touring equipment. We begin the alpine version of this course by practicing pedal-jump turns and other techniques for very steep slopes. Our goal is to control speed and develp the ability to turn effectively in the confined spaces typically found in chutes and streambeds.

On our second day we&,#146,ll select the most challenging descent obje... [Read More]

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