WHY INDIVIDUAL TRAINING?
Individual training is the most effective form of learning to ski, both for children and adults. The instructor can adapt the subject of the classes according to the level and needs of the child. As a result, the training lasts relatively shortly.
HOW MANY HOURS OF TRAINING DOES A CHILD NEED?
child under 3.5 years: 30m
in*beginners over 4 years of age: 1-2h*
children intermediate level + : 2h*
In our experience, this is the right number of hours per day depending on age and level of
INDIVIDUAL OR GROUP
THE CHOICE OF TRAINING TYPE DEPENDS ON SEVERAL FACTORS:
– training time – if you come for 1-2 days, it is better to choose individual training in order to make the most of this time. If you stay with us all week, your child will definitely have a great time with a group of children!
– individual predisposition – each, has a different character and possibilities of focus. If the child is an individual, he has a problem with focusing, acclimatizing in a new environment or just afraid… it's a waste of time for the group – let's start with an hour individually. We can always change to group classes!
– expectations – if you want to improve or learn a specific element of skiing technique, or your child has a problem with something better choice is individual training when it comes to switching from plough to parallel driving – often group training will be better!
We approach each individually, so we can always try and choose after the first classes what will be better!
FOR CHILDREN UNDER 4.5 YEARS
INDIVIDUAL TRAINING ONLY
The beginnings of skiing are relatively difficult for young children, especially under 4 years old.
Let's look at the child's eye: Firstly, the equipment is not among the most comfortable, secondly, the chaos on the slopes and the new face – the instructor complicates the first contact with skis. Of course, every child is different and there is no rule, but our long-term experience often confirms our assumptions.
Tiny children under 4 years of age and sometimes also a little older need the care of a 1:1 instructor due to the fact that it is needed quite often 100% attention of the instructor and his helping hand to make the child feel as comfortable as possible. Then the classes will be successful!
Of course, I agree with the opinion that the group motivates but sometimes, for the youngest children with so much effort, unfortunately, on the contrary.
Every parent knows their child best and knows what to expect, so it's up to you to decide on individual or group activities!?