Very interesting way to phrase this question, Prosper-
Hmmmm. It seems to me, in that unlikely event, a couple of things would happen.
It would imply that the areas have respect for the profession, and the individuals in it. They would have to be treated as professionals. But with that respect comes obligations.
Here's the rub-. The instructors would have to start acting as professionals. They will be responsible for the success and/ or failure of the ski school. For it will be only themselves that will be selling their service. And those that don't contribute, should be cut loose.
They would have to be willing to extend themselves beyond what the average instr does today.
Most instrs today want the money, but are they willing to put out the extra effort that is commensurate with that pay? This would include training, certification, cross discipline training (ie- alpine to snowboard), etc.
The true pro's will, for they already do. But for second rate instr's, it will be a learning experience, to become a pro.
I'm going to continue thinking about this, and will add more later!