Become a ski instructor with innovative youth charity Snow-Camp

Life changing charity Snow-Camp launches in Manchester

 

This Summer young people in Manchester have the opportunity to become ski instructors with innovative youth charity Snow-Camp. The programmes run by the charity gives young people the chance to develop their skiing and snowboarding skills. Participants work hard at the indoor slopes to gain qualifications towards becoming a fully accredited skiing instructor after one year.

 

Snow-Camp will be launching First Tracks, a two-day beginner programme for young people who have never skied or snowboarded before. The young people are taught how to ski or snowboard by qualified instructors and by Snow-Camp beneficiaries who have completed the full Snow-Camp Programme journey. All participants also take part in life skills and ski industry sessions, to expose them to the wide range of career opportunities in snowsports.

 

 

Since 2003 Snow-Camp has launched in London, Bristol, Scotland, Cardiff and the Midlands. With their full programme journey running in London and Scotland, the charity's vision is to run the full programme journey in each of the cities including their award winning Apprenticeship Programme, bringing the success of their approach to benefit thousands of more young people.

 

Dan Charlish, Founder of Snow-Camp said:

 

"We're incredibly excited to launch First Tracks in Manchester, the programme has turned the lives of young people around in cities across the UK and we can't wait to reach hundreds of more young people in the North-West."

 

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