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Creation of the PSIA AASI Central Calendar is currently in progress. Please select the button below to view and register for events that have are currently open for registration. 

*All 2019 webinar events are avaliable for registration.

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Cancelled – CEN Adaptive Online Teaching Guests with Visual Diagnoses Clinic 6:00 pm
Cancelled – CEN Adaptive Online Teaching Guests with Visual Diagnoses Clinic @ Online Clinic
Sep 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Teaching Guests with Visual Diagnoses Online Clinic This is an online interactive clinic. It consists of two 2-1/2-hour webinars, plus homework. On successful completion of this clinic (and with additional studying and practice), you will be able to: Describe how the eye works Explain common visual assessment terms Articulate some of the most prevalent visual impairments in adapted snowsports lessons Describe classes of medications commonly prescribed for students with visual impairments Perform a student assessment Perform indoor guiding techniques Explain on-hill guiding techniques Create an exercise line (progression) for a student with a visual impairment In each class, we discuss the teaching and technical skills that are evaluated against PSIA National Standards. While this clinic is designed as a preparatory clinic for those taking their Alpine Level 1 & 2 Cognitive/Visually Impaired Exam, anyone who wants to enhance their Visually Impaired lessons can benefit from the clinic. Format: This clinic utilizes GoToMeeting, a web-hosted service for online video conferencing. Prior to each week’s class, you are given a link and a password for the online meeting. You can use either a desktop or mobile device to connect to the meeting and you can receive audio via computer or phone. The presentation is shown via sharing of the instructor’s desktop. Throughout each class, there are discussions and activities to encourage participation. Note: You must be present for both classes in order to receive PSIA credit. There is no makeup session and there are no recordings of the sessions. For more information about GoToMeeting, go Here To verify that your system can run GoToMeeting, click Here To download the GoToMeeting app and find FAQs, go Here and click on Resources.
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Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – September 9,16,23,2019 7:00 pm
Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – September 9,16,23,2019 @ Online Clinic
Sep 9 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This session will be held over a course of 3 Monday evenings: Session Dates; 1st Session: Monday, September 9, 2019 2nd Session: Monday, September 16, 2019 3rd Session: Monday, September 23, 2019 Session will be held from 7-9pm CST/ 8-10pm EST “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. *This course does require attendance at all three sessions and includes required homework assignments for each. These requirements must be met in order to complete the course successfully and receive credit. Required: Internet connection, speakers and computer microphone required; web cam useful but not mandatory. An invitation to the meeting (Zoom or RingCentral Meeting Programs) will be sent out a week or so before the first session. Included in that invite will be a ten-question survey to complete so that I have some knowledge of your current status and what you would like to accomplish in the series. If you have not received an email from your clinic leader with 3 days of the first session, please contact the office at info@psia-c.org. Courses completed after June 30th will be applied to the 2019-2020 Season. 
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Cancelled – CEN Adaptive Online Teaching Guests with Visual Diagnoses Clinic 6:00 pm
Cancelled – CEN Adaptive Online Teaching Guests with Visual Diagnoses Clinic @ Online Clinic
Sep 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Teaching Guests with Visual Diagnoses Online Clinic This is an online interactive clinic. It consists of two 2-1/2-hour webinars, plus homework. On successful completion of this clinic (and with additional studying and practice), you will be able to: Describe how the eye works Explain common visual assessment terms Articulate some of the most prevalent visual impairments in adapted snowsports lessons Describe classes of medications commonly prescribed for students with visual impairments Perform a student assessment Perform indoor guiding techniques Explain on-hill guiding techniques Create an exercise line (progression) for a student with a visual impairment In each class, we discuss the teaching and technical skills that are evaluated against PSIA National Standards. While this clinic is designed as a preparatory clinic for those taking their Alpine Level 1 & 2 Cognitive/Visually Impaired Exam, anyone who wants to enhance their Visually Impaired lessons can benefit from the clinic. Format: This clinic utilizes GoToMeeting, a web-hosted service for online video conferencing. Prior to each week’s class, you are given a link and a password for the online meeting. You can use either a desktop or mobile device to connect to the meeting and you can receive audio via computer or phone. The presentation is shown via sharing of the instructor’s desktop. Throughout each class, there are discussions and activities to encourage participation. Note: You must be present for both classes in order to receive PSIA credit. There is no makeup session and there are no recordings of the sessions. For more information about GoToMeeting, go Here To verify that your system can run GoToMeeting, click Here To download the GoToMeeting app and find FAQs, go Here and click on Resources.
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Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – September 9,16,23,2019 7:00 pm
Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – September 9,16,23,2019 @ Online Clinic
Sep 16 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This session will be held over a course of 3 Monday evenings: Session Dates; 1st Session: Monday, September 9, 2019 2nd Session: Monday, September 16, 2019 3rd Session: Monday, September 23, 2019 Session will be held from 7-9pm CST/ 8-10pm EST “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. *This course does require attendance at all three sessions and includes required homework assignments for each. These requirements must be met in order to complete the course successfully and receive credit. Required: Internet connection, speakers and computer microphone required; web cam useful but not mandatory. An invitation to the meeting (Zoom or RingCentral Meeting Programs) will be sent out a week or so before the first session. Included in that invite will be a ten-question survey to complete so that I have some knowledge of your current status and what you would like to accomplish in the series. If you have not received an email from your clinic leader with 3 days of the first session, please contact the office at info@psia-c.org. Courses completed after June 30th will be applied to the 2019-2020 Season. 
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Central Division 2020 Kickoff Webinar 8:00 pm
Central Division 2020 Kickoff Webinar @ Online Webinar
Sep 22 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm
An interactive webinar for members to speak with Discipline Administrators, Board Members, Central Office Staff, Executive Director Ron Shepard, and PSIA-AASI CEO Nicholas Herrin. Get in on the latest information about events and educational opportunities in Central and Beyond.   Webinar attendees are invited to submit questions and comments prior to the live Webinar. Entries will be placed in a random drawing for Patagonia and PSIA-AASI products!! Submit your questions:HERE  
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CEN Adaptive Online Teaching Guests with Cognitive Diagnoses Clinic 6:30 pm
CEN Adaptive Online Teaching Guests with Cognitive Diagnoses Clinic @ Online Clinic
Sep 23 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Teaching Guests with Cognitive Diagnoses Online Clinic This clinic is an online interactive clinic. The clinic consists of two 2½-hour webinars, plus homework. Upon successful completion of this clinic (and with additional practice), you will be able to: Articulate some of the most prevalent cognitive diagnoses in adapted snowsports lessons Describe classes of medications commonly prescribed for students with cognitive diagnoses Perform a student assessment Create an exercise line (progression) for a student with a cognitive diagnosis Use teaching models, such as the Teaching/Learning Cycle and Learning Styles Incorporate Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs into your lessons to make the lessons effective and satisfying for your students In each class, we discuss the teaching and technical skills that are evaluated against PSIA National Standards. While this clinic is designed as a preparatory clinic for those taking their Level 1 & 2 Cognitive/Visually Impaired Exam, anyone who wants to enhance their Cognitive lessons can benefit from this clinic.  Format: This clinic utilizes GoToMeeting, a web-hosted service for online video conferencing. Prior to each week’s class, you are given a link and a password for the online meeting. You can use either a desktop or mobile device to connect to the meeting and you can receive audio via computer or phone. The presentation is shown via sharing of the instructor’s desktop. Throughout each class, there are discussions and activities to encourage participation.  Note: You must be present for both classes in order to receive PSIA credit. There is no makeup session and there are no recordings of the sessions. For more information about GoToMeeting, go here: https://www.gotomeeting.com. To verify that your system can run GoToMeeting, click here: https://support.logmeininc.com/gotomeeting/get-ready. To download the GoToMeeting app and find FAQs, go here: https://www.gotomeeting.com and click on Resources.
Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – September 9,16,23,2019 7:00 pm
Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – September 9,16,23,2019 @ Online Clinic
Sep 23 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This session will be held over a course of 3 Monday evenings: Session Dates; 1st Session: Monday, September 9, 2019 2nd Session: Monday, September 16, 2019 3rd Session: Monday, September 23, 2019 Session will be held from 7-9pm CST/ 8-10pm EST “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. *This course does require attendance at all three sessions and includes required homework assignments for each. These requirements must be met in order to complete the course successfully and receive credit. Required: Internet connection, speakers and computer microphone required; web cam useful but not mandatory. An invitation to the meeting (Zoom or RingCentral Meeting Programs) will be sent out a week or so before the first session. Included in that invite will be a ten-question survey to complete so that I have some knowledge of your current status and what you would like to accomplish in the series. If you have not received an email from your clinic leader with 3 days of the first session, please contact the office at info@psia-c.org. Courses completed after June 30th will be applied to the 2019-2020 Season. 
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CEN Mountain Bike Movements for Better Alpine Skiing 8:30 am
CEN Mountain Bike Movements for Better Alpine Skiing @ Elm Creek Park Reserve
Sep 28 @ 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
Where: Elm Creek Regional Park. When: September 28th (rain-out date of October 12th) What: This one-day course brings mountain bikers together to focus on the identification and transference of skills from sport-to-sport. We’ll explore the symbiosis between sports, emphasizing terrain management strategies and movements, and the connection to skiing fundamentals. Mountain Biking is a great off-season complement to your alpine skiing, just from a fitness perspective. In this course, participants will focus on less apparent skill exchanges. For instance, Visual acuity- in relation to how we read and anticipate terrain, and the corresponding movements we might make. This is not an intro to mountain biking course, rather, a course connecting similar movements and concepts between mountain biking and alpine skiing. Why: We often reference bicycling in ski lessons- because the sensation of pedaling is common and easily recalled for a vast majority of our students. However, the connections go even deeper than longer vs. shorter legs. Mountain Biking on single track trails offers excellent opportunities to illustrate and enhance our understanding of skiing’s fundamentals. Mountain Biking is a sport of dynamic balance, just as with skiing– and also as with skiing, some intuitive mechanics employed in cycling can send you down the wrong path. Both sports rely upon surfaces, conditions, and obstacles. Both benefit from skillful anticipation and application of outside and internal forces, allowing us to safely and confidently move forward. Similar as the two sports are, Mountain Biking brings a more intensive “heads up, eyes forward” experience to the participant, while slowing other skill applications suitably for enhanced body-awareness. How: Using various segments of terrain to facilitate learning, participants will apply the five fundamentals of skiing to mountain-bike scenarios. The clinic will include a brief introduction, bike maintenance, and fit basics, along with tasks, challenges, and terrain features designed to change your understanding of how we move. The clinic will consist of two separate rides with clinic and meal times between the rides. Each ride will be 5-8 miles on moderate terrain with some complex, but optional features. Participation in both rides and clinic will be required to obtain credit. Intensity will vary by participant from moderate to vigorous. Time: We will meet at the trailhead starting at 8:30 am and ready to roll with our bikes at 9 am, The clinic will conclude around 2 pm (earlier depending on the groups riding pace). What do you need: Helmet, Mountain bike in good mechanical order, water, lunch, snacks, weather-appropriate clothing, lawn-chair, and notebook for classroom portions. Experience Level needed: If you are comfortable riding over small roots, rock gardens, or down variable terrain that is found on most blue runs in a designated mountain bike area, you are ready to explore. Varying from flat to moderate single-track trail. Man-made and natural obstacles will be used for training.
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CEN Adaptive Online Teaching Guests with Cognitive Diagnoses Clinic 6:30 pm
CEN Adaptive Online Teaching Guests with Cognitive Diagnoses Clinic @ Online Clinic
Sep 30 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Teaching Guests with Cognitive Diagnoses Online Clinic This clinic is an online interactive clinic. The clinic consists of two 2½-hour webinars, plus homework. Upon successful completion of this clinic (and with additional practice), you will be able to: Articulate some of the most prevalent cognitive diagnoses in adapted snowsports lessons Describe classes of medications commonly prescribed for students with cognitive diagnoses Perform a student assessment Create an exercise line (progression) for a student with a cognitive diagnosis Use teaching models, such as the Teaching/Learning Cycle and Learning Styles Incorporate Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs into your lessons to make the lessons effective and satisfying for your students In each class, we discuss the teaching and technical skills that are evaluated against PSIA National Standards. While this clinic is designed as a preparatory clinic for those taking their Level 1 & 2 Cognitive/Visually Impaired Exam, anyone who wants to enhance their Cognitive lessons can benefit from this clinic.  Format: This clinic utilizes GoToMeeting, a web-hosted service for online video conferencing. Prior to each week’s class, you are given a link and a password for the online meeting. You can use either a desktop or mobile device to connect to the meeting and you can receive audio via computer or phone. The presentation is shown via sharing of the instructor’s desktop. Throughout each class, there are discussions and activities to encourage participation.  Note: You must be present for both classes in order to receive PSIA credit. There is no makeup session and there are no recordings of the sessions. For more information about GoToMeeting, go here: https://www.gotomeeting.com. To verify that your system can run GoToMeeting, click here: https://support.logmeininc.com/gotomeeting/get-ready. To download the GoToMeeting app and find FAQs, go here: https://www.gotomeeting.com and click on Resources.