FAQ

1. How often do I have to do a repetition course if I'm a candidate or instructor?

2. How long are the repetition courses valid?

3. Where can I do a repetition course?

4. How often do I have to do a repetition course if I am a technical director?

5. What do I do if I can't attend a course due to an accident or sickness?

1. How often do I have to do a repetition course if I'm a candidate or instructor?


To keep an active status, all candidates and snowboard instructors are obliged to do a repetition course every second year. The following courses count as repetition courses:

all courses that continue the formation, methodology exam, technical director course or technical director repetition course, Air&Park and Halfpipe course.

2. How long are the repetition courses valid?

The SSBS repetition course is valid two years.

3. Where can I do a repetition course?

You can register yourself for all official repetition courses on www.ssbs.ch or you can do a private repetition course with an SSBS expert (please contact one of the experts listed on www.ssbs.ch)

4. How often do I have to do a repetition course if I am a technical director?

Technical directors need to take a repetition course every year.

5. What do I do if I can't attend a course due to an accident or sickness?




Together with your course registration letter, which we send to you by mail, you receive a flyer of the ELVIA insurance. If you buy the insurance, all costs including course, hotel and liftticket) are covered in case of an accident or illness. The insurance costs 4% of the course price. You pay the amount directly to the insurance as described on the flyer. We strongly recommend that insurance, as otherwise all costs will need to be covered by yourself.

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