Save £500 on an 11 week Snowboard Instructor Course

By simply_emma, 30 Nov '15 at 09:19

Was £7250 now only £6750!

We’ve only a couple of places left on our most popular programme and we’re taking £500 off the price for you!

Departing on 19th January 2016 the 11 week snowboard instructor course takes place in Sun Peaks Resort, Canada. You’ll have the time of your life!

Included in the price of the 11 week course is: flights, transfers, accommodation, lift pass, meals, training and level 1 exam fee.

The training – With an average of 25 hours a week training by some of the best in the industry, you’ll spend 11 weeks honing your technique making you a better snowboarder than you’d ever dreamed!

Already a Level 1 instructor? Chat to us about joining the CSIA Level 2 course in February.

More Info – Call 01736 763402 today.

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