EA Ski & Snowboard Newsletter - March 2012

Calendar March 23rd, 2012



Its March and it’s still puking snow in Canada and Japan with Banff getting 70 CM in 48 hours!! Down in Tahoe USA, they have also been dumped on last week!

Good luck to all the EA crew who are sitting their level two exam over the next couple of weeks!

In this newsletter:

Winner of EA’s 12/13 Vid for Cash $500

Every year EA run a video competition for participants with the winner bagging $500.

This year the winner is Ash Morris! We think his entry is epic and gives a great feeling for his winter experience in Canada with EA. Check out Ash's winning video here

What’s left for Internship Positions Starting December 2012?

EA’s Instructor Internships are unique – offering instructor jobs in top ski schools straight after an early season training course! Places are limited and sell out faster every year… Here’s what we have left right now:

    • Canada (Banff, Lake Louise, Norquay & Big White Ski Schools) - 9 places remain

    • Japan - Minakami & Hakuba Ski Schools - 8 places remain

  • USA - Lake Tahoe, Northstar Ski School - 12 places remain

More positions may become available later in the year, but at this stage that cannot be confirmed – apply now to avoid missing out. Email sstraining@educatingadventures.com to apply.
EA's Revy interns in their
new uniforms - 10/11 season

The Best Training Course Offer on EARTH… 30% off at Big White Canada

To reward those who take action early we are offering 30% off our 6 and 11 Week Instructor Courses at Big White. This is the best offer we have seen to become an instructor but it’s only on until March 30.

Big White is one of Canada’s best and most famous resorts. From Apres-ski to night skiing, and ski in and out accommodation, Big White has it all.

Email sstraining@educatingadventures.com with subject: ‘March Madness’ to activate your 30% offer and get more info… This offer is only open for March (or until places fill up).


Critical advice from instructor Ian...

This is the a question dudes will get asked at some stage while out at resorts by chicks, and how not to answer it...

Question: Am I getting a winter insulation layer? Do I look fat?

Amateur snow bum answers:

    1. Compared to what?

    1. I wouldn't call you fat, but you're thighs make a lot of noise on the slopes

    1. A little extra weight looks good on you

    1. I've seen fatter

  1. At least you won’t be cold

Ian's Snow Pro answer: \"Of course not!\" (said like you mean it)


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