At Ski Instructor Academy we’re committed to bringing the world of Snowsports to everyone and providing the best customer service to our customers, including those with vulnerabilities and disabilities. We want to make it as easy as possible for our customers to get the most out of the services we provide. This page provides lots of useful information about the services available to customers with a disability, impairment or vulnerability.
Support for customers with disabilities
Wherever possible we will offer our services and support to help you with your training needs.
Support for customers with vulnerabilities
We’re proud to treat all our customers fairly and with respect, including those who are in vulnerable situations.
We know that there’s lots of different factors and life events which may cause vulnerability, whether it be long-term or on a temporary basis. It could be because of age, a physical or learning disability, or difficulty in communicating. We also understand that challenging events like bereavement or separating from a partner can mean that you need extra support.
We’ll do our very best to offer you the right level of help and the most appropriate services. Our support team will always try to identify specific needs and give specialised assistance where it’s needed. However, it’s not always easy for them to know if you’re having difficulties, so please let our team know if you think they could help.
If you’re in a vulnerable situation and need extra help, just contact us to let us know. We’ll register it on your account and will consider your extra needs whenever you get in touch.
Also, if you’d like to, you can give permission for someone else to contact us on your behalf. Rest assured that we’ll treat any information you provide in confidence and in accordance with data protection law.
Browsing our website
Did you know you can increase the text size of any website, or even get your computer to read pages aloud to you? How you do this depends on what internet browser you’re using.
To learn more about the accessibility features that are available on most modern computers, we recommend visiting the AbilityNet website, This is an independent website created to help people with disabilities use digital technology at work, at home or in education.
We work hard to make sure our website’s clear, simple to navigate and easy for everyone to use.
Our Help & Support pages have been designed so they look great on mobiles and tablets, as well as laptops and computers.