Our New Zealand ski instructor courses include everything you need to make the most of your Southern Hemisphere winter. The opportunity to train for a number of internationally recognised qualifications, off-season from the Northern Hemisphere and in one of the best ski towns in the Southern Hemisphere are all part of the Rookie Deal.
*Sign up for one of our 2014 courses and get an extra week FREE*
NZSIA Level 1 & 2
|5th July||20th Sept||
NZSIA Level 1 & 2
|27th July||20th Sept||$14,700nz|
Level 1 Prep Course
|5th July||19th July||$4,200nz|
|NEW 5 Week
PSIA Level 2 Training
|26th July||30th Aug||$11,200nz|
|Full Cert (ISIA)|
Full Cert Training
|5th July||20th Sept||$12,900nz|
|Already have ISIA?
3 Week Trainer
|26th July||16th Aug||$2,400nz|
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Rookie Academy full-time Southern Hemisphere courses are:
Expect to train 5 hours per day, 4 days per week. Our courses include a significant amount of on-snow video analysis and some off-snow study to crystallise the learning you do on the snow and truly accelerate your ability.
How We Train
The Rookie Academy is just that … an Academy dedicated to the craft of ski and snowboard instructing. The Rookie Academy is run by and filled with people for whom skiing and boarding is a life’s work.
Rookie Trainers are hand picked and our courses designed to help you get the most out of your time at the Academy. These practical, industry driven courses cover a comprehensive range of technical skills and teaching techniques. At the Academy expect to:
We earned and build our international reputation by producing a consistently high standard of instructors. Our record is unrivalled and every season we aim to keep it that way by bringing back the best instructors and developing our courses to be the most practical, in-depth and industry-appealing on the planet.
"I am now a month into my new career as a snowsports instructor and absolutely loving it!! None of this would have been possible without the [...]"