A late fee of $25 is assessed when registrations are not made at least 14 days prior to the event start date or the stated Regular Registration deadline. We recommend you register at least two weeks prior to the event start date. Not only will this ensure that any registration problems are addressed by the deadline, it will also make it more likely that the event will be held as scheduled. Registration will close at the end of the day, 7 days prior to the event. Walk-ons will be accepted at the discretion of the event coordinator with an additional $25 walk-on registration handling fee. ($50 total late registration fees).
All events require a minimum number of participants. Waiting to register could mean an event you want to attend is canceled due to an apparent lack of participation.
When You Cancel Your Event Registration
- A full refund or transfer of payment to another event will be made if you notify the office of cancellation by the Regular Registration deadline (generally 10 days prior to the event).
- A 50% cancellation OR transfer fee will apply if you notify the office after the Standard Registration deadline but before the start of the event. If the office is not open the day of the event, you are responsible to leave a voice mail or send an email, and the time stamp on either will be used to determine timely cancellation.
- If no cancellation notice is received by the office by the start of the event, you will be considered a “no show” and no refunds or transfers will be made.
- Cancellation and transfer fees will be waived for medically necessary cancellations provided a written doctor’s certification and request for a refund are received in the office within two weeks after the event.
When You Get Injured at an Event
- Your Group Leader will complete an Accident Report on the occurrence; indicating your level of attendance in order for administrative staff to complete the following:
- If you completed most of day one, you will receive credit for one day. A refund will be issued for the difference between the one day registration fee and the 2 day fee.
- If the injury occurred at the beginning of day 1 we will issue a full refund and apply a waiver for the season.
When We Cancel an Event
It’s rare that we cancel an entire event unless the resort/area is closed, but we often find it necessary to cancel or combine sessions at an event because the session minimum has not been met. When this happens, we will contact you as early as possible and offer other session options at the same event or to transfer you to another event. Cancellation and transfer fees do not apply under these circumstances. If we cancel a session you are registered for, and it is not possible for you to attend another event by the end of the season, your registration fee will be refunded and an administrative waiver will be granted.
Taking a National Event or an Event in Another Division
You may take a PSIA-AASI education event in any division and Central Division will honor the education credits you earn. Please note that this is true of any official, sanctioned PSIA-AASI education event, and you are responsible for meeting any event prerequisites imposed by National or the other Division.
Taking an Exam in Another Division
You must contact the Central Division office prior to taking a Certification Exam or Certificate-Based Specialist Program in another division. The divisions require approval from your home division before they will let you register. It is especially important that you check the prerequisites of the division in which you plan to take the exam, as you must fulfill all of their requirements. This may include prep clinics, written or online exams, testing in various modules at different times, and so on.
Requesting Continuing Education Credit for a Non-ASEA Event
Under certain circumstances, the Central Division will approve education credits for event sponsored by organizations other than PSIA-AASI and its divisions:
- Credit for non-ASEA events will be authorized only once every four years.
- If approved, one-day events will provide education credit for the current season. Events of two-day or longer duration will provide education credit for the current season and the following season.
- The training must be an official formal education program offered to the public by an education organization such as a college, association or company that normally provides training courses. Examples include USSCA coach’s clinics, ski racing camps, sports training education classes, Interski events and group leadership training courses. Education programs from a specific organization will be authorized only once – for example, if you submit for credit for the USSCA 100, you cannot later submit for USSCA 200 or any other level.
- Informal and/or private training such as conventional ski lessons and ski school clinics are not eligible for credit, even if the group leader is highly qualified – a certification examiner, D-Team member, etc.
In order for you to be eligible for credit for a non PSIA-AASI Central division event, you must complete the on-line application form below.