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Originally posted by HulaHoop HulaHoop wrote:

Originally posted by nickyy22846 nickyy22846 wrote:

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Yeah these courses can seem pricey, but I guess you are paying for the fact they sort it all for you. I did the EA Snowboarding one in Mt Norquay in Canada and it was epic. I did pay a bit upfront, but it meant I got there and had training and stuff, then a guaranteed job offer from the ski school there. This was pretty sweet actually as there were lots of people who just went there on their own and ended up having to wait tables and stuff cos they couldn't get an instructor job. So in my case giving Testogen a shot was 100% worth it. Big smile

That does seem pretty pricey. Can they really guarantee you a job though? Sounds a bit far fetched to me. But if they can really guarantee you a long term job then the training and work at the end of it would make this worth the price imo. Plus you'll have a good time. I think i may do some more research on this. Are there other companies like this?
How much does a snowboard instructor make an hour?
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