Our quality charter
1 Small groups for better learning.
We believe that learning is above all a human adventure. Our schools are not factories and when you ski with us you are not just a number. We have 6 to 10 pupils maximum per group, even during the busy school holidays, allowing our instructors to give you the time and attention you need, and allowing you to enjoy a friendly personalised approach.
2 Expert and enthusiastic instructors to accompany you.
Our instructors are trained and certified by the National School of Skiing and Mountaineering in Chamonix, and receive additional training each year (off-piste skiing, safety, teaching technique). They are all fervent winter sports enthusiasts who are above all responsible, highly trained, professionals. All our schools offer lessons in several different languages so skiers from all over the world can enjoy learning with us.
3 Attentive instructors and personalised teaching.
As any true specialist should, our instructors take into account your needs and objectives in an individual and personalised approach, to teach you in the way that fits you best, from a uniquely wide choice of lesson structures. Communication with you about you or your child’s progress is an essential part of your ski week.
4 Medals are included in group lessons.
Getting their medal is a key moment in the week for your child, an integral part of their achievement! At the ESI we do not ask you to pay any extra, the medal is included in group lessons!
5 Internationally recognised medals
You have always skied with another ski school, in a different resort? Don’t worry, ESI medals are internationally recognised and allow you to continue your progression in any other ski school.
- International ski schools are independent structures grouped under the same banner. They were created by people who wanted to explore new ways to teach skiing and other winter sports, teach their foreign clients in their own languages and have a two-way relationship with their customers.
- Our identity is built on the principles of freedom of spriri, pride in a good job well done, the sharing of expertise and inspiration. These ethics are still what we aim for every day, even after 35 years.