At Kungsbergets ski school, we have the joy of skiing as the basis of our teaching. Based on that, we adapt the lessons to our guests' age and previous skiing experience. The most important thing for us is that you leave the ski school with joy for skiing.
Before enrolling your child in the ski school, think carefully about what is the right group. Don't choose one that is too difficult, but think about what your child can and is comfortable with so that the level matches your child's prior knowledge. Look at the map of the ski school meeting places so you are sure where to meet.
It is good if the child has eaten and gone to the toilet before ski school starts. Be out in good time so the children are calm until the ski school starts, it always takes longer than you think to get out on the slopes. Look at the map of the ski school meeting places so you are sure where to meet. Also remember to dress the children so that they don't freeze and that some form of energy intake just before the lesson can be of great benefit to their stamina and will.
Many people think it's fun to look at the child's training, but it may be wise not to. Daring to leave the child at the ski school alone, if you do not have children with special needs, is often very valuable. It usually makes it easier for the child to focus on what the ski instructor conveys, and strengthens the relationship between them.
Take the chance to work extra as a ski instructor in Kungsberget!
We are now conducting an introductory training course on three occasions starting December 18, which will give you tools and methods to independently lead groups up to beginner level, with a focus on children up to 9 years old.
The training provides an understanding of how it works to be a leader in the ski school and what demands are placed on you as a skier and leader. Some driving skills are also practiced.
After completed training, you can work as a children's ski instructor at beginner level.
Contact Sabina Svahn, supervisor at Kungsbergets ski school
072-050 25 71