SMALLER GROUPS: BETTER RESULTS
EIGHT IS GREAT
You probably already know that at Peak Leaders we have always been committed to quality.
And that’s never been more true than when we plan our on-snow coaching.
That’s why we have so many BASI Examiners in our coaching team.
But this season we are reducing group sizes.
Here’s why we’re doing it and what you can expect to change.
SO WHAT’S BETTER ABOUT SMALLER GROUPS?
Up until now we have had a maximum of ten trainees in a group.
This was largely driven by the fact that the examining body, BASI, have had a maximum of ten trainees in any exam.
So that meant that – depending on the number of trainees on a course – it normally worked out that we would usually have between eight and ten trainees per coach.
But for a few years we have run extra coaching to help trainees catch up if they are struggling to meet the criteria. And these groups were often smaller.
The fact is that the smaller the group size, the more face-to-face feedback that trainees get.
And that means getting better results on the hill.
We have been looking at different ways to increase the face-to-face time trainees get with their coaches.
We have looked at floating coaches moving between groups as well as extra training in smaller groups mentioned above.
So when BASI spoke to us this summer and told us that they were reducing exam group sizes, we were really interested in the change.
We agreed that it was a good idea to increase quality and it was a move that would push pass rates even higher.
So starting this winter in Verbier all of our exams will be in groups of no more than eight, plus all of our training groups will be a maximum of eight per coach too.
WHAT ELSE IS NEW?
Well, since you ask…
So you really are in the best possible hands when it comes to improving your skiing, passing your BASI exams and having the best possible time on the mountain.
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