We will be running the following Short turns/bumps and tactical all mountain techniques Camps through the summer/Autumn aimed at instructor development and individuals looking to gain some ideas to develop themselves. Ideal for those of you that want to improve your skills and you are working towards your technical part of your BASI exam Level 2 or 3 come and join us on the days below.
We will also be using video to give you a clear constructive feedback through the day on your personal skiing. Training that is designed to boost your skiing and confidence to your maximum potential!
All are welcome to join in - bring friends along - they are sure to gain from the days below!
3 Days: bumps/mogul
and short turn ski tip
HOURS PER DAY
(with lunch break and
short breaks during the day)
DAYS PER WEEK
Thursday to Saturday 3 days
(Join in on all three days or
choose the days that suits you)
Manchester - Chill Factore
Slalom or shorter ski
SUMMARY OF WHAT WE WILL COVER DURING THE WEEKS COURSE:
If you want to join us please E mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call on +44 7788 423 534 directly
+44 7788 423534
I have now attended a few indoor ski and mogul training courses with different ski schools. I found Toby very attentive and paid great attention to each of us no matter what level we were within the group. Toby used different ideas to teach us balance which are very effective. I found most ski instructors are in a hurry to leave once the lesson is over, and don’t seem to care much how the clients have learned or how they feel on each step of the day. Toby however will ask us throughout the day and spent extra time to get us together after the lesson. This gesture allowed us to watch the final part of our day on video and receive first hand advice or ask questions. This made everything a lot easier to understand while all memories are fresh. If you are looking for a great ski course with a trainer that cares, then I would highly recommend Toby.
Thank you for a brilliant day on the Moguls course at Chill Factore, Manchester last week. I really enjoyed it and found it hugely beneficial. I found your approach very easy to understand and appreciated being shown how to simplify what is often presented as a complex technique.
The main things I took away were:
Skiing in a smaller group definitely helped and the people on the course were all really nice a good fun t ski with, with no pressure at all. Thanks too for the video which was fun to look back on; all in all a great day.
I look forward to skiing with you again either indoors in UK or in the mountains.