• AIARE USA

    American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education courses provide a complete program of avalanche education for students at all levels, from recreational to professional, and from novice to advanced.  AIARE Level 1, 2 and 3 courses are taught nationwide and internationally. Find a course.

  • AAA USA

    The American Avalanche Association (avalanche.org) and the National Avalanche Center provide a complete list of certified avalanche educators and courses, the guidelines for US avalanche education, and an interactive avalanche safety tutorial.  AAA training programs are available for both snow safety professionals and recreationists. Find a course.

  • AAI USA

    The American Avalanche Institute has been teaching avalanche courses for over 35 years. The curriculum teaches snow science and practical application. AAI courses are held in mountainous environments in the Tetons, Wasatch, Bridgers, and Madison Range of the Rocky Mountains.  Find a course.

  • AVALANCHE1 SLEDUCATION

    Avalanche 1 classes are taught from a snowmobiler’s perspective. You will learn techniques that work for snowmobilers by an avalanche instructor who has 20 years of mountain riding experience. You will learn how to avoid getting caught in avalanche situations that are inherent to snowmobiling.  Find a course.

  • AVALANCHE CANADA

    Canada is privileged to have some of the world’s finest opportunities for winter backcountry exploration. A Companion Rescue Skills (CRS) course teaches life-saving search and rescue techniques to all backcountry recreationists. Avalanche Canada offers three levels.  Find a course.

  • WSL-INSTITUT FÜR SCHNEE- UND LAWINENFORSCHUNG SLF SWITZERLAND

    The SLF offers basic and advanced snow and avalanche safety training courses for various target groups in German, French and Italian.  Find a course.

  • SAAC AUSTRIA

    SAAC stands for Snow & Alpine Awareness Camps and offers two-day-avalanche tuition for free.Find a course

  • SKIBASE ARLBERG AUSTRIA

    A professional avalanche course is highly recommended for freeride newcomers. We teach how to deal with touring skis , techniques and tactics of ascent with skins and of course the use of safety equipment.  Find a course.

  • SYNDICAT NATIONAL DES GUIDES DE MONTAGNE FRANCE

    The SNGM is the main interlocutor of the Ministry of Health and Sports, the National Ski and Mountaineering School for all matters relating to avalanche safety training. More Info.

  • DIE BERGFÜHRER GERMANY

    This training course is a must for skiers, snowboarders, and ski tourers. Experienced mountain guides will show you how you can minimize the risk of avalanches. In this course you can learn risk-conscious and appropriate behavior in the field.  Find a course

  • AINEVA ITALY

    The Association of Regions and Autonomous Provinces Italian Alps (AINEVA), organizes a series of training courses on issues of Snow and Avalanche Research.  Find a course.

  • MATTERHORNNEPAL-GUIDESOURCE SWITZERLAND & FRANCE

    MNGS offers a range of avalanche safety and awareness courses. Anyone who enjoys off-piste skiing, freeriding, snowshoeing, sledding, climbing or winter hiking should learn about the fragility, dynamics and capabilities of avalanches. Find a course.

  • APRENDICA SOUTH AMERICA

    APRENDICA is the first official provider of AIARE avalanche safety courses in Argentina and Chile, and advises on avalanche safety and risk management in the Andes. APRENDICA works hand in hand with AIARE to develop the curriculum in Spanish and adapt the model to local culture. Find a course.

     

  • MOUNTAIN SAFETY COUNCIL NEW ZEALAND

    The Mountain Safety Council, in conjunction with the New Zealand Avalanche Center provides online and onsite snow safety resources and courses for both pro and recreational skiers and snowmobilers.  Find a course.

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