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舊 2018-02-12, 15:53   #1
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問題 [疑問]新手想考教練牌/ Some questions about a rookie to be a ski instructor

Hi everyone! I'm Andrew
I'm living in Macao and I have only skied 4 separate times
I can do green runs but keep falling down in red runs

I wanna take the ski instructor Level 1+2 courses & exams
the ideal time and place for me would be early July in New Zealand (NZSKI courses).
and I have found couple courses offered by different ski schools already.
But the problem is I need to practice a little more before the course starts
I can reserve a month time for practising from now before July.
During this practice month, I want someone to guide me to improve faster.
Who should I ask to give me guidance? Ski schools? personal tutors?
I don't even have friends who love skiing.
Or can I just practice by myself for this month?

Can people who have ski instructor qualifications give me some advice on my plan?

Please feel free to respond with Chinese or English.
I use English cox I see a lot of posts with English. Thank you so much!!!
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舊 2018-02-12, 19:27   #2
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Please have a look at this thread - http://hkssa.net/showthread.php?t=3693
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舊 2018-02-12, 21:51   #3
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Please have a look at this thread - http://hkssa.net/showthread.php?t=3693
thx for such detailed explanation of the qualifications!
Mike do you often see people take Level 2 exams right after Level 1?
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舊 2018-02-13, 06:28   #4
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thx for such detailed explanation of the qualifications!
Mike do you often see people take Level 2 exams right after Level 1?
The question is - can you?
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舊 2018-02-13, 11:12   #5
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The question is - can you?
Definitely cannot at this present stage
what do you think if I practice 6 hours a day
6 days a week for 4 weeks (total 24 days)??
probably will be working very hard each day
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舊 2018-02-13, 18:01   #6
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You have to check with NZSIA (http://www.nzsia.org/) see whether they have any additional requirement (eg. working experience) between Level 1 and 2.

Just as a matter of interest, why do you want ski instructor qualification?
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舊 2018-02-13, 18:19   #7
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You have to check with NZSIA (http://www.nzsia.org/) see whether they have any additional requirement (eg. working experience) between Level 1 and 2.

Just as a matter of interest, why do you want ski instructor qualification?
The website says having the level 1 certificate is the only requirement of taking level 2 exam
Cox I think earning money with my interest is brilliant
Moreover I can enjoy the very good environment during training and practice
Having level 2 certificates could be beneficial for working abroad
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舊 2018-02-13, 21:01   #8
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The NZSIA website said it is possible to sit Level One and Level Two in the same season.
Typically, Level Ones are held in mid-season and Level Twos are scheduled for late-season.
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