In ski news from Caucasus ski resort ‘Arkhyz’, instructors in alpine skiing and snowboarding, and JSC ‘Resorts of the North Caucasus’ will hold certification courses for training courses entry-level instructors ( ‘C’ category) and instructors average level of training (category ‘B’ ), for the upcoming 2016/17 season.
According to the vice-president of the National League of trainers, master of sports of Russia in Alpine skiing Tatiana Dunaeva, the resort ‘Arkhyz’ currently offers a variety of trails of various levels of complexity, from simple ‘green’ to the extreme ‘black’, which are best suited for the organization of training courses instructors beginners and advanced training of more experienced teachers.
Inctructors “C”, the initial state of trained instructors, work with beginning skiers and snowboarders just starting out learning the ropes. These are the level of instructors who work at the current winter season sessions at ski school VTRK ‘Arkhyz’. As a result of the National League instructors courses held at the resort in December, some 40 experts conducted skill lessons at the ski resort for guests – for adults and for children who come for the first time on the slopes at ‘Arkhyz’. Now the resort has extended the training services to include a professional staff category ‘B’, with a high level of technical skill.
Training of trainers ‘B’ category includes, in particular, learning the specifics of riding on Kant and characteristics of different types of corners. ‘Carving, speed, different slopes and much more await course participants’ B ‘category. And, of course, they will have an in-depth study of the professional activity of the instructor, ‘ according to Ms. Dunayev. The trainer went on to say:
“For many people in the North Caucasus resort ‘Arkhyz’ has in just three years become the starting point in their acquaintance with skiing, skiers beginners and the number increases with each new season. For our part, we are implementing at the resort a number of programs aimed at promoting skiing and snowboarding.”
For readers who want to learn more about the North Caucasus ski resort and these training programs, please follow the prescribed links, or contact the Russian National League of Instructors here.