Check your ski level before you book a group lesson.
Group lessons are more enjoyable, and you will make more progress, if the group members are of a similar ability level. Here at the European Ski School we take great care over this aspect of lessons. Our instructors work closely with each other and with our on-slope coordinator to adjust the make-up of groups as necessary. This helps us to maximise the progress of every skier throughout the lessons.
Please study the level chart when booking group lessons, and try to assess your ability objectively when choosing your level. This will help us to put people into the best possible group as quickly and smoothly as possible.
Planning on booking a private ski lesson?
Knowing your ski level is less important for a private lesson as we can assess this at the start of the lesson. However, to ensure our instructor is prepared for the lesson, and to help us agree a suitable meeting point, it does help if we know what level of skier you are.
Please note that the ski level objectives given are typical outcomes after a week of group lessons. Each skier’s individual progress will depend on many factors, including snow and weather conditions as well as their keenness to learn. Our instructors aim to get the very best out of each skier and we will move people between groups as necessary to achieve this.
If you have a European Ski School Logbook from a previous holiday, please choose the level you were awarded in the book. If your child was awarded a Little Ones level and is now aged six or over please tick Level 0.
If you have previously been given a level by another ski school, it might not correspond to our levels. Please read the descriptions carefully before selecting your level.