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Multi – Cancelled – PDS – “Know Thyself” – Crystal Mountain,MI 9:00 am
Multi – Cancelled – PDS – “Know Thyself” – Crystal Mountain,MI @ Crystal Mountain Resort & Spa
Nov 3 @ 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Know Thyself- PDS Series from PSIA-C This event is open to Members and Non-Members Movement Analysis is a commonly approached subject among ski instructors, and demonstrations are a vital part of the teaching cycle- so how can an instructor ensure that the image they are providing matches the one in their mind’s eye? We know it’s an issue; exam candidates are often flummoxed by the difference between their mental image of themselves, and what shows “on the scorecard”. Even the best demonstrators wince when shown their own images on video and photographs, and “Jeez, I thought I fixed that”, is a common refrain during video review. What tools can instructors use to self-assess and correct, and how do we find the balance between what the ideal, and what’s real? What tools can we employ to compare our demo to the standards? In this PDS format, your clinic leaders will dig deeper into MA, exploring what movements may feel like vs. what they look like, the war between motivation and resistance to change, and how the “self-aware” instructor can grow from the insights. This course involves some prep work, including a friends and family survey, and requires engagement. Participants are encouraged to bring their own ski-snowboard video clips, although it is not mandatory that they do so. Cancellation Policy 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 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 sub any administrative fees will be refunded. If you are in need of education credits for this season then all possible pathways must be exhausted before a waiver is granted. (Webinars, Non ASEA Events, etc.) “
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Multi – Front Line Management Webinar – Online 8:00 pm
Multi – Front Line Management Webinar – Online @ Online
Nov 7 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
This event will be held over a course of 3 consecutive Wednesdays from 8:00pm – 10:00pm Eastern Time. Positioned between every guest and the resorts strategic visionaries are the Front-Line staff that communicate (and sometimes translate) the message; those who see, hear, and share the guest experience. How does your resort ensure that the vision and intent of your leadership retain fidelity when delivered by your staff? What tools do you have for learning about guest desires and expectations? Participants will explore the means to identify, train, evaluate and motivate front line managers. Peppered with data regarding Leisure Intent and Leisure Constraint, this program will speak to the communications pathways that can strengthen your awareness of guest interactions, and ensure your message is present in your staff. What: The guest-facing role of the front line, and how Front Line Management skills can improve guest relations. Why: Front Line Managers are often promoted from the line itself, with little-to-no managerial training. For mid-level Managers and Directors, those responsible for hiring front line staff and staff leads, learning to train your leads to lead can affect service, morale, and retention. How: exercises, dialogue, discussion in a webinar format over 3 evenings. Cancellation Policy 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 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 sub any administrative fees will be refunded. If you are in need of education credits for this season then all possible pathways must be exhausted before a waiver is granted. (Webinars, Non ASEA Events, etc.) “
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Alpine – Webinar: “Did you see that?”- Online 7:00 pm
Alpine – Webinar: “Did you see that?”- Online @ Online
Nov 12 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Description: “Did you see that” is an interactive e-learning event for Central Division Level I, II or III certified members who are interested in further development of their movement analysis skills. This event consists of three two – hour sessions in an e-learning format utilizing video segments of skiers at various levels of development, MODDS movement analysis model, voice interaction and prescription for change. Participants will observe and learn from the Ed Staff facilitator in session one, contribute to movement analysis through Ed Staff guidance in session two and develop movement analysis followed by prescription for change and lesson/coaching development in session three. Session Dates: 1st Session: Monday, November 12, 2018  2nd Session: Monday, November 19, 2018 3rd Session: Monday, November 26, 2018   Sessions will be from 7-9pm CST/ 8-10pm EST  
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Alpine – Webinar: “Did you see that?”- Online 7:00 pm
Alpine – Webinar: “Did you see that?”- Online @ Online
Nov 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Description: “Did you see that” is an interactive e-learning event for Central Division Level I, II or III certified members who are interested in further development of their movement analysis skills. This event consists of three two – hour sessions in an e-learning format utilizing video segments of skiers at various levels of development, MODDS movement analysis model, voice interaction and prescription for change. Participants will observe and learn from the Ed Staff facilitator in session one, contribute to movement analysis through Ed Staff guidance in session two and develop movement analysis followed by prescription for change and lesson/coaching development in session three. Session Dates: 1st Session: Wednesday, November 14, 2018  2nd Session: Wednesday, November 21, 2018 3rd Session: Wednesday, November 28, 2018   Sessions will be from 7-9pm CST/ 8-10pm EST  
Multi – Front Line Management Webinar – Online 8:00 pm
Multi – Front Line Management Webinar – Online @ Online
Nov 14 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
This event will be held over a course of 3 consecutive Wednesdays from 8:00pm – 10:00pm Eastern Time. Positioned between every guest and the resorts strategic visionaries are the Front-Line staff that communicate (and sometimes translate) the message; those who see, hear, and share the guest experience. How does your resort ensure that the vision and intent of your leadership retain fidelity when delivered by your staff? What tools do you have for learning about guest desires and expectations? Participants will explore the means to identify, train, evaluate and motivate front line managers. Peppered with data regarding Leisure Intent and Leisure Constraint, this program will speak to the communications pathways that can strengthen your awareness of guest interactions, and ensure your message is present in your staff. What: The guest-facing role of the front line, and how Front Line Management skills can improve guest relations. Why: Front Line Managers are often promoted from the line itself, with little-to-no managerial training. For mid-level Managers and Directors, those responsible for hiring front line staff and staff leads, learning to train your leads to lead can affect service, morale, and retention. How: exercises, dialogue, discussion in a webinar format over 3 evenings. Cancellation Policy 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 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 sub any administrative fees will be refunded. If you are in need of education credits for this season then all possible pathways must be exhausted before a waiver is granted. (Webinars, Non ASEA Events, etc.) “
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Alpine Level 1 Exam – Granite Peak,WI 8:30 am
Alpine Level 1 Exam – Granite Peak,WI @ Granite Peak
Nov 17 @ 8:30 am – Nov 18 @ 4:00 pm
The Level 1 exam is designed as the first step in the certification process. The weekend gives instructors an opportunity to have their skiing, teaching and technical skills evaluated against National PSIA Standards for Level 1 certification. The candidate will receive a written evaluation at the end of the weekend. Why: The Level I exam gives the candidate an opportunity to learn collaboratively with the PSIA-C education staff as well as other candidates. The Level I exam is the beginning step in the exam process for instructors who wish to expand their teaching careers. The candidate has the opportunity to enhance their teaching, skiing and technical skills. How: The exam consists of two days. Day 1 consists of a clinic lead by an education staff member to demonstrate teaching skills for beginning skiers using the Y-Model and skiing skills from first turns to basic parallel. Day 2 is an exam based on the format learned in day one. In Day 2 an education staff member will evaluate the candidates skiing skills, teaching skills and technical skills against PSIA National Standards for Level 1. The Alpine Level 1 E-learning course must be completed prior to the On-Snow portion. Copy the link below into your web browser to complete the course. https://lms.thesnowpros.org/ Cancellation Policy 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.”
Cancelled – Snowboard Level 1 Exam – Granite Peak,WI 8:30 am
Cancelled – Snowboard Level 1 Exam – Granite Peak,WI @ Granite Peak
Nov 17 @ 8:30 am – Nov 18 @ 4:00 pm
Canceled due to low participation numbers.    What: The Snowboard Level 1 Exam is the first step in the certification process and gives the candidate an opportunity to have their riding, teaching and technical skills evaluated against AASI Level 1 National Standards. Why: The Level I exam gives the candidate an opportunity to learn collaboratively with the AASI-C education staff as well as other candidates. The Level I exam is the beginning step in the certification process for instructors looking for professional certification. How: This is a two-day clinic and exam. Day one is a clinic format to review AASI riding tasks and teaching concepts used to introduce new riders to the sport. Day two examines candidates on their ability to teach and ride various tasks used in an introductory snowboard lesson. The written exam is given on Sunday morning. See the Level 1 certification guide for more details. Cancellation Policy 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 transfer you to another event. Cancellation and transfer fees do not apply under these circumstances.
Children’s Specialist 1 – Granite Peak,WI 8:30 am
Children’s Specialist 1 – Granite Peak,WI @ Granite Peak
Nov 17 @ 8:30 am – Nov 18 @ 4:00 pm
*The Children’s Specialist 1 Workbook must be completed prior to registering for the event.  What: This assessment‐based certificate course is offered to PSIA/AASI certified instructors. The course will help you understand how children; think, feel about themselves, interact with others, and move as they grow and develop. You will see how this understanding can be creatively applied to Beginner/Novice into Intermediate Zone lessons. You will have the opportunity to share your knowledge with the group and compare it to the CS National Standard*. Why: Be “that guy/gal”. You know the one. The instructor having fun with a bunch of laughing kids around them while providing a truly inspired safe, fun and educational experience. In this course, you will learn the skills that instructor possesses so you too can be recognized for your education, experience, and expertise in teaching children snow sports. How: Participants will need a copy of the Children’s Instruction Manual, 2nd Edition, and watch Playful Teaching to complete the Workbook. The workbook must be completed prior*** to registering for the event . The course is designed around the concepts and knowledge gained by doing the workbook and will be reviewed and practiced, during the first part of the event. Each participant will apply this knowledge including current children’s snow sports trends to a PSIA-AASI-C Child Development Level(s) in the second part of the event. Participants’ achievement will be relayed via verbal and written feedback from the clinician throughout the course and at its end. *For a more detailed description and evaluation criteria download the PSIA‐AASI Children’s Specialist National Standard. Cancellation Policy 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 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 sub any administrative fees will be refunded. If you are in need of education credits for this season then all possible pathways must be exhausted before a waiver is granted. (Webinars, Non ASEA Events, etc.) “
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Alpine – Webinar: “Did you see that?”- Online 7:00 pm
Alpine – Webinar: “Did you see that?”- Online @ Online
Nov 19 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Description: “Did you see that” is an interactive e-learning event for Central Division Level I, II or III certified members who are interested in further development of their movement analysis skills. This event consists of three two – hour sessions in an e-learning format utilizing video segments of skiers at various levels of development, MODDS movement analysis model, voice interaction and prescription for change. Participants will observe and learn from the Ed Staff facilitator in session one, contribute to movement analysis through Ed Staff guidance in session two and develop movement analysis followed by prescription for change and lesson/coaching development in session three. Session Dates: 1st Session: Monday, November 12, 2018  2nd Session: Monday, November 19, 2018 3rd Session: Monday, November 26, 2018   Sessions will be from 7-9pm CST/ 8-10pm EST  
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Alpine – Webinar: “Did you see that?”- Online 7:00 pm
Alpine – Webinar: “Did you see that?”- Online @ Online
Nov 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Description: “Did you see that” is an interactive e-learning event for Central Division Level I, II or III certified members who are interested in further development of their movement analysis skills. This event consists of three two – hour sessions in an e-learning format utilizing video segments of skiers at various levels of development, MODDS movement analysis model, voice interaction and prescription for change. Participants will observe and learn from the Ed Staff facilitator in session one, contribute to movement analysis through Ed Staff guidance in session two and develop movement analysis followed by prescription for change and lesson/coaching development in session three. Session Dates: 1st Session: Wednesday, November 14, 2018  2nd Session: Wednesday, November 21, 2018 3rd Session: Wednesday, November 28, 2018   Sessions will be from 7-9pm CST/ 8-10pm EST  
Multi – Front Line Management Webinar – Online 8:00 pm
Multi – Front Line Management Webinar – Online @ Online
Nov 21 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
This event will be held over a course of 3 consecutive Wednesdays from 8:00pm – 10:00pm Eastern Time. Positioned between every guest and the resorts strategic visionaries are the Front-Line staff that communicate (and sometimes translate) the message; those who see, hear, and share the guest experience. How does your resort ensure that the vision and intent of your leadership retain fidelity when delivered by your staff? What tools do you have for learning about guest desires and expectations? Participants will explore the means to identify, train, evaluate and motivate front line managers. Peppered with data regarding Leisure Intent and Leisure Constraint, this program will speak to the communications pathways that can strengthen your awareness of guest interactions, and ensure your message is present in your staff. What: The guest-facing role of the front line, and how Front Line Management skills can improve guest relations. Why: Front Line Managers are often promoted from the line itself, with little-to-no managerial training. For mid-level Managers and Directors, those responsible for hiring front line staff and staff leads, learning to train your leads to lead can affect service, morale, and retention. How: exercises, dialogue, discussion in a webinar format over 3 evenings. Cancellation Policy 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 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 sub any administrative fees will be refunded. If you are in need of education credits for this season then all possible pathways must be exhausted before a waiver is granted. (Webinars, Non ASEA Events, etc.) “
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Alpine – Level 1 Exam – Wild Mountain, MN 8:30 am
Alpine – Level 1 Exam – Wild Mountain, MN @ Wild Mountain Ski and Snowboard Area
Nov 24 @ 8:30 am – Nov 25 @ 4:00 pm
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.
Alpine – Skier Update – Wild Mountain, MN 8:30 am
Alpine – Skier Update – Wild Mountain, MN @ Wild Mountain
Nov 24 @ 8:30 am – Nov 25 @ 4:00 pm
This “Skier Update” will pull from a number of Central’s Skier Update courses such as Experienced Instructors Experience, Skiing Fundamentals, Teaching Great Teaching, Etc. to create a diverse and educational clinic for members. What content the clinic covers will be heavily influenced by the participant’s questions and skiing goals.   
Children’s Events – Wild Mountain,MN 8:30 am
Children’s Events – Wild Mountain,MN @ Wild Mountain Ski and Snowboard Area
Nov 24 @ 8:30 am – Nov 25 @ 4:00 pm
Sessions included in this Event: Play and the Learning Partnership Children’s Specialist 1 Cancellation Policies 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 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 sub any administrative fees will be refunded. If you are in need of education credits for this season then all possible pathways must be exhausted before a waiver is granted. (Webinars, Non ASEA Events, etc.)”
Snowboard – Level 1 Exam – Wild Mountain, MN 8:30 am
Snowboard – Level 1 Exam – Wild Mountain, MN @ Wild Mountain Ski and Snowboard Area
Nov 24 @ 8:30 am – Nov 25 @ 4:00 pm
What: The Snowboard Level 1 Exam is the first step in the certification process and gives the candidate an opportunity to have their riding, teaching and technical skills evaluated against AASI Level 1 National Standards. Why: The Level I exam gives the candidate an opportunity to learn collaboratively with the AASI-C education staff as well as other candidates. The Level I exam is the beginning step in the certification process for instructors looking for professional certification. How: This is a two-day clinic and exam. Day one is a clinic format to review AASI riding tasks and teaching concepts used to introduce new riders to the sport. Day two examines candidates on their ability to teach and ride various tasks used in an introductory snowboard lesson. The written exam is given on Sunday morning. See the Level 1 certification guide for more details. 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 transfer you to another event. Cancellation and transfer fees do not apply under these circumstances.
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Alpine – Webinar: “Did you see that?”- Online 7:00 pm
Alpine – Webinar: “Did you see that?”- Online @ Online
Nov 26 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Description: “Did you see that” is an interactive e-learning event for Central Division Level I, II or III certified members who are interested in further development of their movement analysis skills. This event consists of three two – hour sessions in an e-learning format utilizing video segments of skiers at various levels of development, MODDS movement analysis model, voice interaction and prescription for change. Participants will observe and learn from the Ed Staff facilitator in session one, contribute to movement analysis through Ed Staff guidance in session two and develop movement analysis followed by prescription for change and lesson/coaching development in session three. Session Dates: 1st Session: Monday, November 12, 2018  2nd Session: Monday, November 19, 2018 3rd Session: Monday, November 26, 2018   Sessions will be from 7-9pm CST/ 8-10pm EST  
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Alpine – Webinar: “Did you see that?”- Online 7:00 pm
Alpine – Webinar: “Did you see that?”- Online @ Online
Nov 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Description: “Did you see that” is an interactive e-learning event for Central Division Level I, II or III certified members who are interested in further development of their movement analysis skills. This event consists of three two – hour sessions in an e-learning format utilizing video segments of skiers at various levels of development, MODDS movement analysis model, voice interaction and prescription for change. Participants will observe and learn from the Ed Staff facilitator in session one, contribute to movement analysis through Ed Staff guidance in session two and develop movement analysis followed by prescription for change and lesson/coaching development in session three. Session Dates: 1st Session: Wednesday, November 14, 2018  2nd Session: Wednesday, November 21, 2018 3rd Session: Wednesday, November 28, 2018   Sessions will be from 7-9pm CST/ 8-10pm EST  
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Adaptive – Fundamentals of Alpine & Adaptive, Trollhaugen Ski Area,MN 8:30 am
Adaptive – Fundamentals of Alpine & Adaptive, Trollhaugen Ski Area,MN @ Trollhaugen Ski Area
Nov 30 @ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Fundamentals of Alpine and Adaptive Skiing Seasoned pros or instructors new to adaptive skiing can find much to like about this engaging and active session. Concepts and hands-on activities converge, providing opportunities for attendees to discover the hows and whys of The Fundamental of Alpine Skiing Skier assessment Adaptive equipment selection and use Innovative teaching assists and methodologies Techniques for empowering learner independence This clinic helps attendees acquire the skills necessary to offer appropriate services to guests with special needs who visit their learning centers. With the combination of Alpine and Adaptive Alpine Skiing concepts, all instructors can learn the truth of the adage, “Skiing is skiing.” Learning outcomes At the completion of the clinic, you will be able to: Identify the Alpine Skiing Fundamentals used by your students and yourself. Perform a physical assessment for stand-up and sit skiers to determine guest profile. Describe how to make adjustments to the guests’ ski boots or ski seats to create a neutral stance. Select adaptive equipment and teaching methodologies appropriate to the needs of the guest.   Lift Tickets for Participants; $23.00 Check-in: 8:30 Clinic time: 9:00 – 4:00 (includes 30 minute lunch) Lifts start operation at 9:30 (weather permitting, of course) Location: Trollhaugen Outdoor Recreation Area 2232 100th Avenue Dresser WI 54009 (715) 755-2955 Cancellation Policy 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 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 sub any administrative fees will be refunded. If you are in need of education credits for this season then all possible pathways must be exhausted before a waiver is granted. (Webinars, Non ASEA Events, etc.) “