TO MAKE A BOOKING
The camp number or camp dates that you wish to attend.
Video of your skiing. Video only needs to show one run of skiing to demonstrate ability. If you have attended a Projected Camp previously then video will not be required.
2021 Thredbo camps only open to those currently living in australia
PLEASE READ ALL TERMS & CONDITIONS PRIOR TO BOOKING
2021 Thredbo camps are only open to those living in Australia.
By booking a position on a camp you have read and agree to the Projected Productions terms & condition found here.
Video of skiing is required before any payment is accepted.
Participants must be completely parallel skiing on black runs and be able to perform short turns on conditions that are not groomed.
Lift ticket are NOT included in camp fees. Tickets must be purchased separately and are the participant's responsibility.
Full camp fees are required within two weeks of booking to secure a position.
Once payment is made, your position will be held and 100% cancellation fees apply. If COVID restrictions prevent you from attending, a refund will NOT be provided. However in the event that COVID restrictions prevent the camp from operating, Projected Productions will provide a full refund excluding credit card fees.
Minimum of 4 participants required for camps to operate. If minimum numbers are not reached 1 month prior to the start date then the camp will be cancelled. In the event that the camp is cancelled due to insufficient numbers a full refund will be given.
Moderate level of fitness required (5 hours skiing each day).
For this camp carving skis with a radius less than 20m are ideal. (specific rental gear can be recommended if needed.)
Paul Lorenz has been coaching skiing since 2002. Since then he has taught in Austria, USA, Canada, Japan, China and Australia. Paul works with the APSI as a level 4 examiner, was a member of the Australian National Demonstration Team and sat on the APSI technical committee for over 10 years. Paul has represented his country at 3 Interski Congresses and has held roles in senior management of ski schools both in Australia and Japan. Paul features in Projected Production's, ProjectKitz, Legacy and also the Projected Episode series.
Reilly Mcglashan has worked in the ski Industry as an instructor and coach since 2003. During this time he has taught in the USA, China, Japan, New Zealand and Australia. Reilly holds the APSI level 4 certification (full cert) and has represented his country at 2 seperate Interski Congresses. He has also worked as a trainer/examiner for the APSI. Reilly now owns and operates his own ski school in Japan called 'Hokkaido Collective'. He appears in Projected Production's, ProjectKitz and Legacy videos.