SSBS Instructor Snowboard
How to become a Swiss Snowboard Instructor
We recommend that you plan 2-3 years for the SSBS Instructor Snowboard education program. The overview displays the required modules including information about prerequisites, content, qualification, costs, and duration.
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About the Qualifications
To get the Swiss Snowboard Instructor SSBS certificate you have to successfully complete the following modules:
Rookie Coach (ZA)
Methodology Module (ME)
Technique Module (TE)
Safety & Rescue (SR)
Emergency Management (NM)
Instructor module (IK)
The Rookie Coach / Admission course gives you access to the instructor program and gives you insight into the program's structure.
Duration: 5 days
The Methodology Module is the first module after the Admission course, on the path to becoming a SSBS instructor. The module consists of an in-depth technical part and an introduction to the methodology.
Duration: 8 days
The technique module is the second module after the methodology module, on the path to becoming a SSBS instructor.
The exam day is for candidates who have completed the technique module at the school.
Duration: 9 days or 1 day
Safety & Rescue
Intensive safety and rescue training. The module is mandatory for graduation to becoming a SSBS Instructor.
Duration: 4 days
The emergency management course includes first aid in case of accidents and medical emergency situations in snowsports.
Duration: 2 days
Technique training block in intensive workshops, including jump training. Theory, methodology, and technique exam.
Duration: 11 days
The Methodology re-examination is for candidates who have not passed the methodology examination in the instructor module.
Duration: 2 days