The ski instructor is a sports educator who teaches skiing, but also snowboarding, to children and adults.
Entry into the preparatory cycle: the dreaded test of the Technical Test
The beginning of pedagogical learning
The Eurotest test:
Translated as a 10-day pedagogy course in the station where you will learn the basics of teaching ranging from beginner to class 2. At the end of this course, an evaluation of the movements and terms learned during the training will be done
Runner during technical test
To become a ski instructor you must hold the State Ski Diploma.
Obtaining it requires a very good level of skiing. Indeed,
for the first tests of the monitor it will be strongly
advised to have acquired many years (often in
ski club) in order to obtain the required level of the test
Technical. The latter is accessible from 17 years old
gone. This is a timed slalom which it is
required to do 25% of opener time to be
Finally, the last step of the preparatory cycle: the eurotest. You will find
as for the technical test a competition test. It’s an ordeal
timed very often considered the most technical event of all
diploma. This is a time-tested giant slalom set by the
openers. A time of 20% of this time will be required for women, and 17%
Runner during the eurotest
4 weeks of internship:
A pedagogy focused on competition:
the goal of these weeks will be to prepare the future instructor to meet the requirements
essential for teaching skiing at all levels and for skiing and
snowboard. In addition, the future instructor will be evaluated in a free descent all snow where
trainers will observe his technique, his commitment, as well as his adaptation
to different types of terrain (soft snow, hard snow, bumpy snow, etc.). Once this
validated internship, it is access to the second and final cycle of training.
During this cycle, it is mainly taught the pedagogy relating to ski racing.
It begins with a first course entitled "the trassage", spread over a week, where he will be
dedicated to learning the slalom and giant tracing.