Ski and Snowboard instructor courses in Canada
For almost a decade, EA Ski & Snowboard have offered both ski and snowboard instructor courses in Canada. Whether you are planning a winter gap year or a career break, we have an instructor course to suit you.
Canada is renowned for deep powder and scores on average two metres of snowfall per year. With EA Ski & Snowboard, you can choose from seven world-class ski resorts across Canada to learn, earn and play this winter.
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Known worldwide for its light, dry, champagne powder, Big White offers the choice of 118 runs across 3052 ha of spectacular terrain. If you're looking for a good time this winter, join EA Ski & Snowboard at Big White.
Tucked in the southwest corner of Alberta, Canada is Castle Mountain Ski Resort. Known for its dry powder and challenging terrain, Castle Mountain was created by skiers, for skiers.
Cypress Mountain is located only 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver and offers the most vertical drop, terrain, lifts and best snow conditions on the highest skiing and riding peak of Vancouver's North Shore Mountains.
With pristine views and varied terrain, Lake Louise Ski Resort offers skiers and snowboarders an authentic Canadian winter experience.
Welcome to Nakiska Ski Area. Purpose-built for the 1988 Calgary Winter Olympics, Nakiska has a low key local vibe perfect for anyone looking for an authentic winter experience.
Mt Norquay Ski Resort is the best-kept secret of the Canadian Rockies. Located close to Banff, Mt Norquay offers outstanding conditions for skiers and riders of all levels.