Get £100 to start your Gap Year in New Zealand?

By natives_cs, 16 Mar '15 at 12:14

New Zealand for the snow - July 2015 – September 2015

We will give you £100 if you start your gap year in New Zealand on one of our ski or snowboard instructor courses. Just quote when you call.

If you want adrenalin and adventure then our New Zealand training programmes will not disappoint.

Based in the beautiful town of Wanaka, you will travel daily to the mountain resort of Cardrona.

Cardrona has the best powder, steeps and moguls in the southern hemisphere. It has world class snow parks and an Olympic half pipe. International teams flock here for their summer training and you will be amazed who you can spot on the slopes.

Wanaka is a homely, welcoming town at the heart of New Zealand’s playground for snow enthusiasts. It is a lively place with plenty of bars, restaurants, shops and clubs. It is close to the famous Lake Wanaka renowned for its spectacular natural beauty and a multitude of outdoor activities.

On our 10 week course you receive tuition from a dedicated instructor training centre and take highly respected New Zealand qualifications.

Clients who qualify with the Winter Sports Company at Cardrona get priority in the recruitment process to return to work the following year. So you can start your gap year on a course and end it working as an instructor.

Additional Information

Visas are not required to enrol on a course. Visas are required if you wish to find work in New Zealand. Young people between the ages of 18 and 30 are eligible to apply for a New Zealand holiday working visa.

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