EA Ski & Snowboard can offer intermediate to advanced skiers the chance to train and qualify for their level 1, 2 and 3! If you are a qualified ski instructor and looking to take your career to the next level, check out our Level 3 Internship program!
New Zealand is renowned for its authentic Maori culture, unbeatable scenery and laid back way of life, each of our resorts and carefully selected to make sure get to enjoy the best mountains and epic resort towns.
When you join an instructor course in New Zealand you receive an NZSIA or SBINZ instructing certification which is valid globally.
After completing an instructor course with EA ski and snowboard, we can help you secure a job offer so you can enjoy back to back seasons in the Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere!
Ski New Zealand's South Island with NZski. Yes, Queenstown is our most popular ski resort in New Zealand and sells out over a year in advance. Queenstown is well known for its adrenaline activities, great mountains and epic nightlife. Don't miss out, get in touch quick.
How to become a ski instructor in New Zealand
Welcome to the land of the long white cloud! New Zealand offers some of the best skiing in the Southern Hemisphere. There are 4 world-class resorts available in New Zealand. Ski New Zealand's South Island at Coronet Peak, The Remarkables and Mt Hutt or work in the North Islands biggest resort, Mt Ruapehu.
You can choose to join and ski instructor internship or a ski instructor training course. EA Ski & Snowboard Training offer different levels of training to suit your winter goals.
WHY CHOOSE NEW ZEALAND?
In New Zealand, you can ski fresh powder in the morning and spend the afternoon enjoying the beach. New Zealand has large mountains, deep lakes and white sandy beaches, all within half a days drive away! If you are looking for a fun bubbly resort town full of epic adventures then Queenstown is your best pick!
It is New Zealand's adventure capital as it has an unlimited amount of terrain to explore. Queenstown has over half a million visitors a year. Yet, you can always find a nice quiet spot on the beach to enjoy your fish and chips after a hard day riding! Our other South Island resort is a short 40min drive from a small town called Methven.
Methven offers lots of potential for outdoor recreation. It is right on the doorstep of Hakatere Conservation Park, one of the largest in NZ. Our newest resort Mt Ruapehu is the only mountain in the North Island and lives high up in the National Park! We love it because it is one of the best locations, positioned so that you can explore all that New Zealand has to offer.
WHERE CAN YOU GO IN NEW ZEALAND?
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Queenstown is known as New Zealand's adventure capital and has a global reputation as the place to experience the best of New Zealand’s outdoors.
Winner of New Zealand's Best Ski Resort three years in a row, Mt Hutt offers an authentic Kiwi experience and has fantastic terrain to suit everyone.
REVIEWS FROM EA ALUMNI
With the internship, it secured me a job and I think that was pretty crucial. I don't know if I'd have been able to go to the places I've been without that opportunity. Read more
My favourite part of the training was improving my skiing and meeting a lot of people from all over the world, Just go for it guys it's so fun! ...see more
Getting this experience is such an invaluable experience, not a lot of people get this opportunity when you pass your level one you can really take it anywhere! ...see more
I Don't have a favourite memory because the memories have been like weekly if not daily you get so close to your course mates and enjoy some good nights on the town! ...see more
My favourite memory, I have a lot of memories just hanging out with all the people here, EA has done a great job of collecting a group of like-minded people who just want to ski and have fun! ...see more
I choose to do the program in New Zealand because I have never been here before, its one of those places they call a once and a lifetime opportunity ...see more
Where could a season in New Zealand take you?
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