Recruitment & Registration
Recruitment & Employment for Snowsport Instructors
We have over 5,000 instructors on our database and we can employ over 1200 in a season. We currently have one of the best teams that has ever worked in the Aosta Valley and we are providing a greater level of instruction than ever before.
As an Instructor new to teaching, the level of support and back-up from full time Snowsports School Staff provided, complete with thorough meetings and orientations makes Interski the perfect place to begin your teaching career.
For those furthering their snowsports qualifications there is a fantastic opportunity to gain teaching hours whilst receiving quality training from our ISTD/ISIA qualified Snowsports Team.
Instructors working just a few weeks per season can take advantage of the fact lessons generally run from 10am until 3pm, providing you with good quality skiing time in the mornings and afternoons. Whatever direction your snowsport career is travelling in, Interski can meet your needs as an instructor.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our training which is currently of the highest standard it has ever been. On offer to all instructors working with the Snowsport School, we passionately believe in investing in our team and are committed to delivering at least two structured training sessions per week in resort.
With up to 100 instructors working in a resort at one time, you can work and train with a broad range of talent from differing nationalities and qualifications. This also gives you the chance to meet and network with like-minded people and potentially open up a wealth of opportunities for you.
Minimum Qualification Requirements
The Aosta Valley local government has changed the minimum qualifications for ski and snowboard instructors in the Aosta Valley. From the 1st December 2014 any instructor wishing to teach for in the Aosta Valley / Interski would need to be qualified as Level 2 instructor. The only exception to this is if you hold a Level C qualification and AVMS* qualification you will still be permitted to teach in the Aosta Valley.
* If you do not hold an AVMS qualification there is no longer an opportunity to gain this qualification. The AVMS was a course/test that was held in the Aosta Valley between 2005-2009.