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BASI seeks new Chief Executive
Tuesday October 7, 2008 - Email this article to a friend

Following the departure of Peter Kuwall last month the British Association of Snowsports Instructors (BASI) is looking for a new boss.

Kuwall had been in the job for 4 years and was the 3rd chief executive to leave in the last 9 years. He is moving on to run a ski school in Chatel and spend more time on the snow.

The new person needs to have a detailed knowledge of the snowsports industry and endless commitment and enthusiasm to the training of snowsports instructors.

BASI Chairman, Andrew Lockerbie, has paid a tribute to Kuwall and all his work with the organisation over the years.

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