Young people join us through local youth projects and youth service providers only.
Our courses are unique and attractive to young people, taking them from beginner to qualified snowsports instructors in one year with volunteering and apprenticeship progression routes available at the end. Alongside learning to ski or snowboard, young people also have access to life skills training and mental health support. Find out more about each course below.
Excel supports young people who wish to pursue a career in the snowsports industry and achieve a Level 1 Instructor qualification. After completing Graduate, young people train for a further 10 weeks on Excel and have access to mental wellbeing workshops and 1-1 counselling sessions.More Info
Our London courses are run by Shayleigh Kitto and take place at the Snow Centre in Hemel Hempstead.email@example.com 07526 204168
Our Midlands courses are run by Cormac Whelan take place at the SnowDome in Tamworth.firstname.lastname@example.org 07719 329732
Our Scotland courses are run by Laura McIntyre and take place at Snow Factor and Bearsden Ski and Board Club in Glasgow.email@example.com 07714 754476
Throughout our 2019/20 programme year:
Attending Snow Camp gave me a routine, which really helped my mental health. I am now so confident in all aspects of life I can talk to anyone even large groups of people. Snow Camp has shown me that I can do anything I put my mind to, and that hard work and determination goes a long way. Snow Camp has been my saving grace, if it wasn’t for the charity, I really don’t believe I’d still be here.Kym Scobie Snow Camp youth volunteer
At AJ Bell our people have always been passionate about raising money for organisations that make a real difference to the community. We’re proud to support Snow Camp and to have helped bring their unique and innovative courses to the North West.Andy Bell CEO, AJ Bell
Every young person should get the opportunity to join Snow Camp – it’s fun, it’s exciting, it’s challenging and most importantly, it is tailored expertly for young people from a range of challenging situations and communities, including those affected by gang and knife crime. XLP have been referring young people to Snow Camp for several years now and we can’t recommend their courses enough.Matt Conroy XLP Youth Worker
Snow Camp train an individual to be able to control certain aspects of behaviour, to channel negative energy into positive energy and create the overall outcome of someone who could work in the same industry as me. That is one reasons why I choose to support Snow Camp.Warren Smith Director of the Warren Smith Academy and Snow Camp Patron