After the completion of the level one exam you will be straight into training for the level two.
At this point the standard is ramped up and your riding has to become stronger (over the 5 week period) and you will learn to deliver a great variety of lessons. The level one qualification could be looked at as a badge for teaching in a small environment, like a snow dome, where as the level two qualification is geared towards teaching and instructing all over the mountain.
Daily coaching sessions on the hill will be working on your personal riding skills, as well as developing your teaching. Video feedback sessions will be an almost daily exercise, and will help develop your technical riding as well your ability to analyse other people’s riding, which is a key skill to becoming a quality instructor.
During these weeks everyone will complete the child protection module, the mountain-specific first-aid course and the required snowboard school shadowing hours.