New Generation ski & snowboard school was founded in 1998 in Courchevel, France, and has been growing ever since. Set up by four British Ski instructors, New Generation now employs over 80 highly qualified coaches in ten of the top Alpine resorts. With New Generation you can be assured that you will be taught by an excellent ski teacher (not just an excellent skier). Below we have listed the 4 key coaching elements which have contributed to New Generation being voted No.1 Ski School by ‘Which Books’ and the ‘Snow Awards’.
Passionate about your Improvement: We love to ski and snowboard, and we also love to teach! At New Generation you’ll only find coaches who get real satisfaction from helping you improve and have fun. A number of our instructors are trainers in the British Ski coaching system. We help to coach the British ski instructors of the future.
Coaching, not instruction: We all learn by a combination of doing, watching, thinking, listening and feeling. Our coaches are very skilful communicators and involve you in all these activities, making the sessions much more fun and helping you achieve so much more.
Unlock your potential: Get more from your lessons than just having a good time. Experience New Generation and together we’ll unlock your skiing or boarding potential.
Listening to you: We care about what you think in the lesson and when you get home. We encourage your feedback and love to keep in touch.
Our groups are small, all of our lessons are in English and we are committed to helping you enjoy your ski holiday.
Our New Generation Ski & Snowboard Schools are located in Courchevel 1650 & 1850, La Tania, Meribel, St Martin de Belleville, Tignes, Val d'Isere, Vallandry, Serre Chevalier & Verbier
See you on the slopes.
Book online at: www.skinewgen.com · Email them on: email@example.com · Call them on: 0844 770 4733
In season (08/09), Ellis Brigham's Whitebook catalogue was dedicated to the memory of Ali Rainback - teacher, mentor, guru, friend. Ali touched and enriched the lives of thousands and will be missed by everybody who met him. He spent his last seven weeks at The Hospice of St. Francis where he received the specialist palliative care that only they can provide. Ali felt safe, comfortable and happy in the warm and loving environment created by the dedicated professionals caring for him.
A fund has been set up to help the Hospice in its amazing work: www.justgiving.com/alirainback