The National School of Skiing and Mountaineering (ENSA) was founded in 1945 to train professional mountain sports instructors and develop teaching methods for skiing and mountaineering.
The school's responsibilities have grown over the years due to improved training and safety standards, greater European integration, and the globalization of mountain tourism.
They train professional instructors for alpine skiing, mountaineering and mountain rescue. They promote training and provide information on mountain sports and safety, including technical analysis, medical research, and education.
Safety and reliability in the mountains are important aspects of both their business and ours and form the basis of our long-standing partnership.
Find out more about their activities: https://www.ensa.sports.gouv.fr/
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Headquarter: 35 Route du Bouchet - Chamonix, Mont Blanc