NTSC ALPINE SNOW SCHOOL
Led by Technical Director, Jeff Sinclair - CSIA Level 4 and Level 4 Course Conductor, NTSC ski instructors are some of the most trained ski pros in the Canadian Ski Instructors’ Alliance (CSIA).
The team participates in regular training to keep up to date with latest technical standards, class management and guest experience knowledge.Alpine ski lessons
NTSC SNOWBOARD SCHOOL
The NTSC snowboard instructor team is certified by the Canadian Association of Snowboard Instructors (CASI) and is led by Technical Director, Jason Hewitt- CASI Level 3, CASI Park Instructor and CASI Carving Instructor.Snowboard lessons
NTSC NORDIC SNOW SCHOOL
Led by Nordic Technical Director Chris Clarke.
Whether it's your first time out, you are a seasoned cross-country skier, or you are somewhere in between, consider taking a lesson with our team of Canadian Association of Nordic Ski Instructors (CANSI). They will help you improve your technique, face hills with confidence and reduce your risk of injuries.
We offer Classic and Skate Cross-country skiing.
Snow School 2020-2021 Updates:
We have been reviewing our practices to make the right changes to keep you, our instructors and the skiing public safe. We believe that with everyone’s cooperation we can enjoy the winter out on the slopes improving your skiing and snowboarding skills.
To manage risks, we will continue to make changes and add new practices as more information becomes available to us from health officials, ski resort partners and instructor affiliations. For instance, we will keep class sizes smaller for your comfort and safety. Smaller class sizes puts pressure on our Snow School budget.
It is currently projected that the budget will allow us to offer lessons on Day Trips until early-March. Since the club will not be travelling to the United States to ski Holiday Valley, we will have lessons on that Saturday but will pause lessons on busy Family Day Weekend to make sure that when we are in lessons it is spent sliding on snow not standing in lift lines. We will resume the weekend following Family Day.
You will notice some changes to our regular practices such as masks being mandatory for students and instructors during the entire lesson. We will pause on practices like signing Lesson Books and eating lunch together and hold off on clinics such as racing that increase the risk of injury and potential hospital visits. We will also ensure our Beginner Lessons are safe with no physical contact between teacher and student. Training for our instructor team will take place to bring them up to speed on these practices and help them offer high quality instruction with the new practices.