We provide insurance for Ski Instructor Course.
The policy is issued by PJ Hayman & Company
Limited and underwritten by Fortis Insurance Limited and
AmTrust Europe Limited.
This Policy is unique as it covers
the cost of your course (fees) should you be injured within
the duration of the course and are unable to complete it or before you have started the course.
This insurance is a must for all those taking part in a ski instructor course in Europe, North America, Australia or New Zealand .
The Medical and Emergency Expenses cover is to £10,000,000 and your Wintersports Equipment is covered to £1,000.00. ( see cover below )
Course Fees are covered up to £10,000
Please use the calculator below to work out your premium and contact us:
|Medical & Emergency Expenses (Not Uk)||£5,000,000||£100|
|Hospital Inconvenience Benefit||£400||Nil|
|Emergency dental treatment (for relief of pain only)||£200||Nil|
|Search and Rescue Costs||£50,000||£500|
(Single item, pair or set limit)
|£1000||£50 per person|
|(Single item, pair or set limit)||£400|
|Delayed activity equipment (over 12 hours)||£200||Nil|
|Activity equipment hire||£200||Nil|
|Baggage, Personal Effects, Money and Documents Personal Possessions||£1500||£50 per person|
|(Single Item, Pair or set limit)||£300|
|Delayed Baggage (over 12 hours)||£200||nil|
|Loss of Personal Money||£250||£50 per person|
|Loss of Travel Documents(incl. Passport)||£100||£50 per person|
|*Cancelation, Loss of Deposit or Curtailment||£3000*||£100 per person (other than loss of deposit claims — £15 per person)|
|(Pre-paid activity course fees limit)||£1000*|
|Unexpected Events||£1000||£50 per person|
|Travel Disruptions (costs to reach destination)||£30||Nil|
|Travel delay-each 12 hour delay-up to maximum||£120||Nil|
cancellation (after 12 hour delay)
|£3000*||£100 per person|
|(Pre-paid activity course fees limit)||£1000*|
|BONUSPLUS (financial failure)||£1500||Nil|
* The sums insured for cancellation/curtailment (including pre-paid Activity course Fees) and Abandonment cover, may be increased to a maximum of £10,000 per person.
Becoming a Ski/Snowboard Instructor is an increasingly popular choice. Whether you are on a gap year, career break or fancy a career change, as long as you have passion for the mountains and snow then this could be the experience for you.
Following are some of the popular ski instructor course choices:
Snow Trainers (http://www.snowtrainers.com/courses)
Snow Trainers provide professional Snowboarding and Ski Instructor Courses in Newzealand, Japan and the USA. You can train to be an Heli Guide or improve your skills with their world class instructors in Japans powder capital.
BASI (British Association of Snowsport Instructors) is an International Member Association. Their main objective is to provide Snowsport Instructors with high quality training and create a reputation for excellence.
BASI provides courses in five disciplines; Alpine, Snowboard, Nordic, Telemark and Adaptive.
BASI encourages their customers to experience other disciplines other than their favoured one’s.
NONSTOP Snow (http://www.nonstopsnow.com/)
NONSTOP Snow is a passionate family run company. They provide ski and snowboard instructor courses and improvement camps in Western Canada, France and New Zealand. Whether you are on a winter holiday, career break, gap year or career change, NONSTOP Snow will provide you with the experience of a lifetime in some of the world’s best snow locations.
NONSTOP Snow courses:
Ski and snowboard instructor courses from 3 – 11 weeks and improvement camps from 2 – 11 weeks.
International Academy (http://www.international-academy.com/)
Also known as IA, the International Academy is based in the UK. It is also one of the first to provide ski and snowboard instructor courses organized from the UK.
International Academy Courses:
They offer the following qualifications
through their various courses:
Canadian Ski Instructors. Alliance (CSIA) Level 1 & Level 2
Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors (CASI) Level 1 & Level 2
New Zealand Snowsports Instructors Alliance
(NZSIA) Level 1 & Level 2
From the start of June 2011 IA will be offering CSIA & CASI Level 3 courses which will be held at Mt Hood in the USA over the Summer.
Peak Leaders (http://www.peakleaders.com/instructor_courses)
Peak Leaders have been offering personalized services right from the first stage of finding a job in the industry.
Peak Leaders Qualifications:
BASI (British Association of Snowsport Instructors)
CSIA (Canadian Ski Instructors' Alliance)
CASI (Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors)
NZSIA (New Zealand Snowsports Instructors Alliance)
Altitude Futures (http://www.altitude-futures.com/)
Altitude Futures offer intensive courses running from 9-10 weeks. They are also the official providers of the BASI and CSIA ski and snowboard courses in Verbier, Whistler and Tignes.
and Snowboard (http://www.easkiandsnowboard.com/)
EA Ski and Snowboard is a part
of .educating adventures limited. group, which organises group
and individual travel programs.
EA Ski and Snowboard instructor courses:
They offer two types of courses
for both ski and snowboard instructor courses:
Ski Instructor Training.
Ski Instructor Internship.
All Track Academy (http://www.alltracksacademy.com/courses/)
All track academy provides
the following courses:
Gap year Courses
Section 8 Ski (http://www.section8ski.com/)
Section 8 Ski offer courses ranging from basic level, which last for 4 weeks to professional ski improvement programmes, which last for 12 weeks.