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Skiing to a new level

A ski instructor course is a great way to hone your technique and get more slope time, writes Louise Healy.

13th January, 2013
Skiing in New Zealand: becoming a ski instructor is easier than you might think.

Hitting the slopes for a paltry week once a year is not enough to satisfy the needs of all snow lovers. So what is the most logical path to spending more time in the snow? Packing in your job and becoming a ski instructor? It's easier than you think.

As an avid skier living in New Zealand, I became fed up with minimal time on the slopes, usually wedging in skiing at busy weekend periods...

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