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舊 2011-11-02, 15:45   #16
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If I get CASI level 1, where can I get better opportunity of getting a instructor vacancy?
I can speak English, Cantonese and Mandarin
Japan would be a good place to start since there are plenty of HKer ski there

or you can try Hk's training facility
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舊 2011-11-02, 17:01   #17
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Japan would be a good place to start since there are plenty of HKer ski there

or you can try Hk's training facility
Japan sounds cool!!
But I know zero Japanese.... is it possible to find instructor job there?
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舊 2011-11-02, 17:09   #18
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Fear not my friend

The people you will be teaching mostly will be Hker's / Mainlanders/ Australians
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舊 2011-11-02, 20:40   #19
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Interesting subject, I would like to get certified for L1 as well. What's the quickest, cheapest way to do so? I used to ski 60days+ on slope/ season for a many years until I started working in HK + China. I used to teach many classmates (advance beginners) parallel turns for beers, including past trips in Japan. Just want to get an official certificate as I am going to get involve in winter sports gears & accessories.

Is it possible to join one of the tours to Whistler & take the exam during the trip?

Thank you in advance for all the good advice & information.

The CSIA course usually takes 4 days. If you want to join Ryann's tour to Whistler, there will be 2 courses that can match the schedule. Feb 27- Mar 1 or Apr 2-5 .

This is not the cheapest or quickest way though, because these are 9 days tours. The alternative is come to Niseko, the Canadians also arrange level one and level two course here. I don't know the schedule though. If you have time, maybe you can do both in one shot. I skied with you, your ski skill is above level 2 for sure. If you want to know their schedule, I can find out for you.
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舊 2011-11-02, 21:40   #20
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Interesting subject, I would like to get certified for L1 as well. What's the quickest, cheapest way to do so? I used to ski 60days+ on slope/ season for a many years until I started working in HK + China. I used to teach many classmates (advance beginners) parallel turns for beers, including past trips in Japan. Just want to get an official certificate as I am going to get involve in winter sports gears & accessories.
You can refer to the following thread for detail of what each level is involved
http://www.hkssa.net/showthread.php?t=3693
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舊 2011-11-02, 21:58   #21
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The CSIA course usually takes 4 days. If you want to join Ryann's tour to Whistler, there will be 2 courses that can match the schedule. Feb 27- Mar 1 or Apr 2-5 .

This is not the cheapest or quickest way though, because these are 9 days tours. The alternative is come to Niseko, the Canadians also arrange level one and level two course here. I don't know the schedule though. If you have time, maybe you can do both in one shot. I skied with you, your ski skill is above level 2 for sure. If you want to know their schedule, I can find out for you.
I am interested in CASI level 2 course at Niseko.
Any information?
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舊 2011-11-02, 21:59   #22
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Fear not my friend

The people you will be teaching mostly will be Hker's / Mainlanders/ Australians
Any starting point / tips on finding snowboard teaching opportunity in Japan?
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舊 2011-11-03, 09:33   #23
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Keep an eye out on their hiring period (usually between july-august) and apply
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舊 2011-11-03, 12:12   #24
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Thanks for your information & many thanks to Freeskier for your compliments. I thought you could not recall me in this forum.

Your idea sounds great as I will be in Niseko in Jan & March. I will get in touch with you later on.
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舊 2011-11-03, 14:14   #25
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Keep an eye out on their hiring period (usually between july-august) and apply
Sound like I need to wait until next season...

BTW, I will ride at Hakuba and Niseko on coming Jan and Mar.
Are there any preparation course(s) or instructor(s) can offer pre-exam training for CASI level 2?
I plan to take level 2 exam on next season.

1000 Thanks!
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舊 2011-11-03, 17:48   #26
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The CSIA course usually takes 4 days. If you want to join Ryann's tour to Whistler, there will be 2 courses that can match the schedule. Feb 27- Mar 1 or Apr 2-5 .

This is not the cheapest or quickest way though, because these are 9 days tours. The alternative is come to Niseko, the Canadians also arrange level one and level two course here. I don't know the schedule though. If you have time, maybe you can do both in one shot. I skied with you, your ski skill is above level 2 for sure. If you want to know their schedule, I can find out for you.

Just curious to know if that is possible to apply for CSIA 2 certification without getting the CSIA 1 first in Japan, and who is authorise to do the certification?

As long as I know in Canada it is not possible.
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舊 2011-11-03, 17:56   #27
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Just curious to know if that is possible to apply for CSIA 2 certification without getting the CSIA 1 first in Japan, and who is authorise to do the certification?

As long as I know in Canada it is not possible.
I understand that in Japan you can go for both 'at the same time', but the course is a few weeks long.

In Canada, you cannot. You need to pass Level 1 first and then 'apply' for Level 2. Level 1 is much easier to pass. Level 2 requires more technical understanding and be able to spot mistakes and make suggestions to correct them e.g. you have to introduce to the 'student' certain drills to correct those 'mistakes'
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舊 2011-11-03, 18:01   #28
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Sound like I need to wait until next season...

BTW, I will ride at Hakuba and Niseko on coming Jan and Mar.
Are there any preparation course(s) or instructor(s) can offer pre-exam training for CASI level 2?
I plan to take level 2 exam on next season.

1000 Thanks!
Give me a hola when you are in Niseko.

If i am not working lets go for a slide.
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舊 2011-11-03, 18:38   #29
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Just curious to know if that is possible to apply for CSIA 2 certification without getting the CSIA 1 first in Japan, and who is authorise to do the certification?

As long as I know in Canada it is not possible.
What I mean is that buttercookie can take the lvl 1 course first and then take the lvl 2 course right after he pass lvl 1. If the schedule of both course is close enough, he can do it in one trip. My Korean friend once did level one/two/ three in 3 months time. Now he is level four. The authorization is by CSIA level 3/4 course conductors.

The only way to skip CSIA lvl one is to get the CSCF lvl one first. Although the teaching method and target is not the same. The CSIA somehow tolerate the CSCF in this case. I think probably CSIA do not expect lvl one will do real teaching on the mountain therefore it does not matter. I did my CSCF lvl one after my CSIA lvl one, a waste of money, to think of that.
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舊 2011-11-03, 18:49   #30
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Sound like I need to wait until next season...

BTW, I will ride at Hakuba and Niseko on coming Jan and Mar.
Are there any preparation course(s) or instructor(s) can offer pre-exam training for CASI level 2?
I plan to take level 2 exam on next season.

1000 Thanks!
It is too late for this season, even they agree to hire you, it still takes a lot of time for applying the visa and things like that. One more thing is that, they might want ski instructors more than snowboard instructors. So, CSIA lvl 1 > CASI lvl 2.

If you have both and can speak Chinese? they will hire you for 100%
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