Sport Travel in Canada
Canada Powder Programme
It goes without saying that Canada is renowned around the world for its unforgettable winter seasons. Deep powder, thriving nightlife, untracked terrain and breathtaking scenery are what make it so special. Whether you’re taking the plunge alone or with a group of mates our Powder Package is your one-stop service to the most memorable experience of your life and gives you the security of having everything pre-arranged before you leave home!
Language and activity courses
Duration: from 2 Weeks to 8 Weeks
Learning a language is about developing more than just the ability to speak and understand vocabulary and grammar; a nation's culture is expressed in its language and language is a lens through which we see culture. The culture of a particular area might be expressed not just through language but through gastronomy, wine, art, or literature. Similarly, the identity and culture of many places can be expressed through sport; surfing the Basque Coast, sailing the Mediterranean, skiing, snowboarding and snowboarding in the alps, football in Brazil and Argentina. A language study trip is not only the perfect chance to enjoy them, but also a chance to understand what the local sport means. With ESL you can enhance your language course by learning the language alongside a sport or aspect of culture.
Ski Instructor Level 1 & 2
How would you like to spend every day on the slopes working as a ski instructor or snowboard instructor? Work for a resort ski school, independent ski school or dry slope and make your passion your career. There are worldwide opportunities for qualified skiers and snowboarders to work as instructors giving private classes and group lessons. The CSIA and CASI ski and snowboard qualifications awarded on Flying Fish courses are recognised in most snow sports countries, including many resorts in the USA.
Outdoor Education Placements
Duration: from 4 Months to 11 Months
Lattitude Global Volunteering has established partnerships with a wide variety of camps and outdoor education centres, some of which cater exclusively for disadvantaged or disabled members of the community. While paid staff are always present, our volunteers are in high demand to help meet the individual needs of every camp-goer. As an Outdoor Activities Instructor, your outdoor skills will be put to good use, especially with your involvement in such activities as: Kayaking Skiing Fencing Rock climbing Horse riding Hiking Archery Mountain biking Ropes Orienteering Snorkelling Sailing. All applicants are matched to placements to ensure that there is a good fit between the volunteer and their host communities. Lattitude Global Volunteering is an international youth development charity that has been sending volunteers on challenging structured and exciting voluntary placements around the world for 40 years.