Zermatt is one of the world’s Ultimate Ski Resorts that offers amazing skiing and snowboarding with break taking mountain scenery. The Matterhorn dominates the area. This huge interlinked ski area that makes up the Zermatt-Cervinia offers 360km of piste terrain. The car free village of Zermatt is all about atmosphere with lots of cool cafes, bars and restaurants. The EA Ski Instructor Course at Zermatt is recommended for intermediate to advanced level skiers who want to learn how to rip up the mountain, get qualified and have a desire to teach others!
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Check out what's included:
- Traffic free village
- Superb mountain huts & restaurants
- Summer glacier skiing and riding
- 21% Beginner Runs, 61% Intermediate Runs, 18% Advanced Runs
- 360km Downhill Pistes
- 54 Ski Lifts, including 11 Cable Cars, 1 Funiculars, 8 Gondolas and 20 Chairlifts
- Base 1620m
- Summit 3899m
- Longest run 21km and 2279m vertical!
Zermatt's interconnected ski areas are Rothorn, Gornergrat, Matterhorn Glacier Paradise and Schwarzsee. Also connected by lift to the Breuil-Cervinia-Valtournenche ski area.
ES Snowsports School staff typically stay in condos in the Zermatt Village. Accommodation is centrally located 3 and 4 bedroom units that generally accommodate between 5-8 trainees. There may also be a cheaper option to stay in Tasch. Housing arrangements and options will be finalised two to three months prior to the start of the season.
LIVING & WORKING IN ZERMATT
On our Ski Instructor Course in Zermatt training takes place with fully qualified English speaking instructors from European Snowsport. Places on our Zermatt Ski Instructor Internship Program are very limited so please contact us ASAP if you are interested in applying.
Through our Instructor Internship Program in Zermatt you will be receive a job offer to work for European Snowsport. Training starts in late November leading up to the level one exam prior to Christmas. Over the Christmas and New Year period you will shadow lessons with European Snowsport. Level two training along with your first aid and avalanche course will kick off in January with the level two exam commencing later in the month. Between February and April there will be the opportunity for paid employment with European Snowsport.
As with any ski school there is no guarantee of hours over as it will vary with snow and demand.
Disclaimer: The above information should be used as a guide and is subject to change.