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    Posted: 31 July 2010 at 06:03
Hi guys,
Ive decided to go for a level 1 and 2 qualification in 1 course and after trailing the companies i came to one called NonStop Ski.
It looks really good and seems just up my street even tho its a little pricier than others again, seems to be a good pick.
I was just wondering if anyone could confirm the quality of this company or are they just using a fancy site to make up for the lack of it.

Cheers ppl :)

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and does anyone know if the qualification CSIA is counted under ISIA as im told that allows you to work within europe
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Hey Qazzaz,

Yeah NonStop ski are a great company to your course with, have a check of the numbers in groups and accommmodation standards (they'll probably be good though) some places can tend to 'cram them in'

A: To receive your ISIA sticker you must be a CSIA Level 4 International Certified Ski Instructor. You must Contact the National Office to recieve your sticker.

Also of interest may be:
  1. Q: I am a CSIA instructor, and I would like to know if I am insured to teach outside of Canada?
  2. A: No. You are covered under our liability insurance program while teaching in Canada.
All information can be seen on the CSIA website in the FAQ section http://www.snowpro.com/csia/e/about-us-faq.html

Note that working in europe is easier with BASI qualifications  - for example you will be able to work in switzerland with your level 2 and the ISIA qual is awarded at level 3. - if you decide to continue to level 4 you can work in France (and anywhere in the world for that matter) Have a look at http://www.gapskianddivve.com



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