Instructor Training Course


You can if you're a Wachusett Mountain Instructor!
Wachusett Mountain offers an Instructor Training Course for those interested in becoming a ski or snowboard instructor or experienced instructors interested in joining our team. Open to adults and junior skiers and riders. Juniors must be 16 years old by November 1, 2017.

Be part of the exciting snowsports industry!

  • Our Instructor Training Course (ITC) starts with Orientation Day from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday, November 12, 2017 and continues each weekend thru mid-December. Orientation consists of talks, demonstrations and videos of the American Teaching System. Certified course conductors will be on hand to discuss procedures, class handling, training preparations and general information.   This is not a national ski or snowboard association certification course but it is a necessary first step if that’s your goal.
  • You will face rewarding challenges and make new friends as you improve your skills and progress from skier/rider to Instructor. We teach the American Teaching System of the Professional Ski and Snowboard Associations of America.
  • Once we have snow, training continues every Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  We will evaluate you in mid-December. Until that time, your course ID badge will admit you to all training sessions and also serve as an Unlimited Season Pass until evaluation day.  This is one of the best training values available.
Course Fees: 
•    Instructor applicants (age 19-64) - $129
•    Teens 16-18 and Seniors 65+ - $99
•    Current Levels 1, 2 or 3 PSIA/AASI – No Charge
•    National Ski and SB Assoc's teaching manual, opt $35
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Please register online OR call or EMAIL the Learning Center - 978-464-2300 ext 3300 Be sure to include your name, address, phone, age and tell us if you’re a skier or snowboarder. Proper I.D. required for age and eligibility verification.

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Children's Ski Instructor Lesson.

Children's Lesson Ski Instructor

Instructors Throwing Snow with Children