EA Ski & Snowboard Newsletter - November 2012

12th November 2012

 





 
EA SKI & SNOWBOARD NEWSLETTER November 2012



As winter kicks off the bears in Canada and USA have finished stuffing their selves silly with berries and salmon and are lying back ready for a winter of sleeping. They aren’t the only ones ready for winter. All the lucky EA interns and instructor trainees are gearing up for the ultimate winter season full of epic amounts of fun, partying and of course bucket loads of powder!



As places on EA’s 12/13 season training and internship programs are now full (apart from one place in Japan if anyone is keen!) we have been busy with interest for the 2013/14 winter season. In fact our snowboard places are very nearly full for next season already!



If you missed out in years previous because places went too fast, then don’t even read this newsletter, just get cracking and email us otherwise you’l miss out again. Yes - you read correctly – some course options for 2013 /14 are already sold out!



In this newsletter:







Become an instructor next winter in Canada!


Click here to apply now for the 13/14 winter.



We have recently opened up 11 more positions on our popular Instructor Internship Program for the 13/14 winter in Canada. On this program you get training, Level 1 certificate and a guaranteed Instructor Job offer so you can be earning real cash in your new uniform before CHrismtas!



Note: These places are very limited and fill up fast, so please apply now to avoid missing out.

How to wax your skis and board? Its easy


click here for a free guide. Learn how to wax your skis or board – easier than you think



Everyone knows the powder is way better with a freshly waxed board – and you never know, you may even meet the love of your season by offering your new found sharpening and waxing skills to a new friend?...
 

Inspiration for the love of powder


If anything ever gets in the way of you achieving your skiing or riding goals then you should watch this amazing clip. See how Josh Dueck, paralysed from waist down went from being stuck in a hospital to skiing powder better than you and me.



Watch it here



 












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