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Cancelled – Cross Country Children’s Specialist 1 – Timber Ridge, Traverse City,MI 8:30 am
Cancelled – Cross Country Children’s Specialist 1 – Timber Ridge, Traverse City,MI @ Timber Ridge Resort
Jan 4 @ 8:30 am – Jan 5 @ 4:30 pm
Canceled on 12/31/19 at 11:53 am ( EST ) due to no registrations. 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 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, Improving Student Engagement – Give’em what they C.R.A.V.E., and watch this video to complete the XC CS 1 Workbook. The workbook must be completed prior to attending the event. The course is designed around the concepts learned in 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 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. Copy the link below to access the XC CS1 Workbook http://www.psia-c.org/download/childrens-specilaist/CS1-XC%20Workbook-2018-19%20Form%20Ext.pdf * For a more detailed description and evaluation criteria download the PSIA-AASI Children’s Specialist National Standard.
Cancelled – Cross Country Children’s Specialist 2 – Timber Ridge, Traverse City,MI 8:30 am
Cancelled – Cross Country Children’s Specialist 2 – Timber Ridge, Traverse City,MI @ Timber Ridge Resort
Jan 4 @ 8:30 am – Jan 5 @ 4:30 pm
Canceled on 12/31/19 at 11:53 am ( EST ) due to no registrations. What: The course builds on your knowledge from CS1 with the focus placed on how children move. You will gain a deeper understanding how and why children’s movements change as they grow and develop. You will see how this understanding can be used to select appropriate learning activities to advance a child’s development in Beginner/Novice through Advanced Zone lessons. You will have the opportunity to share your knowledge with the group and compare it to the CS National Standard*. Why: Great teachers understand the why and accurately assess abilities, determine strengths and weakness of their student. Great teachers know how to target learning to improve a student’s skill level. In this course, you will learn what it takes to be a great children’s snowsports teacher and will be recognized as one. How: Participants will need a copy of the Children’s Instruction Manual, 2nd Edition and the Children’s Ski and Snowboard Movement Guide**, and watch Playful Teaching. Each participant will apply this knowledge as well as current children’s snow sports trends to various 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 & Telemark Race Clinic – Shanty Creek Resorts,MI 8:30 am
Alpine & Telemark Race Clinic – Shanty Creek Resorts,MI @ Shanty Creek Resorts - The Lodge at Cedar River Village
Jan 5 @ 8:30 am – Jan 6 @ 4:00 pm
Open to both Alpine & Telemark Skiers! This event will also be open to Non- Members for an additional fee. What: This course is for coaches at the High School and ski school race team level (fundamentals of course setting, drills and movement analysis in a race course); for instructors who wish to work on their skiing skills in a race course (skills and tactics for lowering those FIS points, or improving those Masters or Nastar results); and for instructors looking to develop and refine their skills in working with children (movement analysis skills, working the ATS model, and more). The Staff leading this course will take the time to establish goals and meet the needs of each participant, regardless of which option they are interested in. Why: Whether you are wanting to learn about coaching or are an experienced race coach at the High School/ Ski school race program level, these clinics provide a great opportunity to work with a PSIA education staff members and other coaches to work on the fundamentals of ski race coaching. How: Course setting appropriate for the clients; drills, video and movement analysis. A typical weekend will consist of one day of Slalom and one day of Giant Slalom. Coaches should bring shin guards, pole guards and a helmet/goggles to run gates. Course difficulty will depend on the ability of the skiers in the group. 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.) “
Cross Country Level 1 Exam – Timber Ridge, Traverse City, MI 8:30 am
Cross Country Level 1 Exam – Timber Ridge, Traverse City, MI @ Timber Ridge Resort
Jan 5 @ 8:30 am – Jan 6 @ 4:30 pm
This course is available to Registered Instructors, Basic Instructors and new members. This is a two-day clinic for Nordic Track. The Level 1 Certification Clinic is a combination clinic and evaluation. The course leaders will instruct the group on those topics required in the evaluation and evaluate the group on the progress made toward achieving the listed standards. 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.)
Cross Country Workshop – Timber Ridge, Traverse City,MI 8:30 am
Cross Country Workshop – Timber Ridge, Traverse City,MI @ Timber Ridge Resort
Jan 5 @ 8:30 am – Jan 6 @ 4:30 pm
This program is a comprehensive overview of discipline specific techniques from the beginner to the advanced skier. Clinics will provide enhanced skiing, teaching and technical fundamentals for the experienced instructor. This event includes personal skiing improvement with instruction in all cross-country track techniques, teaching strategies, teaching progressions, and risk awareness. 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.)
Alpine – Level 1 Exam – Bottineau Winter Park, ND 8:30 am
Alpine – Level 1 Exam – Bottineau Winter Park, ND @ Bottineau Winter Park
Jan 5 @ 8:30 am – Jan 6 @ 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
Alpine – Level 2 Exam – Hidden Valley,MO 8:30 am
Alpine – Level 2 Exam – Hidden Valley,MO @ Hidden Valley Ski Area
Jan 5 @ 8:30 am – Jan 6 @ 4:00 pm
*The Alpine Level 2 Written Exam must be completed prior to registering for the On-Snow Exam.  Participants can choose to take either module but both modules must be passed to gain a Level 2 Certification. The Level 2 exam is the second step in the certification process. The 2-day, 2 module process gives instructors an opportunity to have their skiing, teaching and technical skills evaluated against PSIA National Standards for Level 2 certification in separate stages. Why: The Level 2 exam gives the candidate an opportunity to learn collaboratively with the PSIA C education staff as well as other candidates, validating teaching and skiing capacity through the intermediate zone. The Level 2 exam for instructors who wish to expand their teaching range beyond the beginner zone. The candidate will have the opportunity to enhance their teaching, skiing and technical skills at a higher level. How: The exam consists of two separate module days where the candidate is evaluated against on their skiing, teaching and technical knowledge against PSIA national standards for Level 2. The skiing portion will be an evaluation of skiing ability and the application of skiing skills throughout different movement pools. The teaching portion will consist of an evaluation of the instructors teaching skills and knowledge application skills in the intermediate zones. The candidate must pass the written exam, and both the Skiing Module and the Teaching module to attain the Level 2 certification. 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.) “
Alpine- Skier Update – Bottineau Winter Park, ND 8:30 am
Alpine- Skier Update – Bottineau Winter Park, ND @ Bottineau Winter Park
Jan 5 @ 8:30 am – Jan 6 @ 4:00 pm
This Skier update will encompass 3 different courses.  Skiing Fundamentals  Experienced Instructors Group  Performance Skiing  For a more clear description of these courses please click here.  *Please note that Skier Update Events may combine both groups and topics in order to meet participation minimums. 
Cancelled – Snowboard – Level 1 Exam – Bottineau Winter Park, ND 8:30 am
Cancelled – Snowboard – Level 1 Exam – Bottineau Winter Park, ND @ Bottineau Winter Park
Jan 5 @ 8:30 am – Jan 6 @ 4:00 pm
Canceled due to no registered participants. (12/19/18 – 9:02 AM Eastern ) 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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Adaptive – Alpine/Snowboarding Cognitive Diagnoses Online Prep Clinic 6:00 pm
Adaptive – Alpine/Snowboarding Cognitive Diagnoses Online Prep Clinic @ Online: PSIA-AASI Central
Jan 6 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
CEN – Adaptive – Alpine/Snowboarding Cognitive Diagnoses Online Prep Clinic, Jan 6, Jan 13 ,2019 “Dates: 01/6/2019 & 01/13/2019 from 6 to 8:30pm CENTRAL TIME.  The Adaptive Alpine/Snowboarding Cognitive Diagnoses Online Prep Clinic is an online interactive clinic. It consists of two 2-1/2-hour videoconferences, plus homework.  On successful completion of this clinic (and with additional studying and practice), you will be able to:  1. Articulate some of the most common cognitive diagnoses  2. Describe commonly-prescribed classes of medications  3. Perform a guest assessment  4. Create a progressive lesson  5. Use teaching models, such as the Teaching/Learning Cycle, Learning Style Preferences  6. Incorporate Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and Guest-Centered Teaching concepts into your lessons  In each class, we discuss the skiing, 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 Cognitive 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 and video are shown via sharing of the instructor’s desktop. Throughout each class, there are discussions and online questions to encourage participation. Note: You must be present for both classes in order to receive PSIA credit.  For more information about GoToMeeting, go here: https://www.gotomeeting.com  To ensure your computer is capable of using the GoToMeeting format, go here: https://link.gotomeeting.com/system-check  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.) “”” Location ONLINE – Central
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Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – Monday Sessions – Jan 7,14,21,2019 7:00 pm
Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – Monday Sessions – Jan 7,14,21,2019 @ Online Clinic
Jan 7 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This session will be held over a course of 3 Monday evenings: Session Dates; 1st Session: Monday, January 7, 2019 2nd Session: Monday, January 14, 2019 3rd Session: Monday, January 21, 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 will consist 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. 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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Cross Country Level 1 Exam – Boyne HIghlands,MI 8:30 am
Cross Country Level 1 Exam – Boyne HIghlands,MI @ Boyne Highlands Resort - Nordic Lodge
Jan 8 @ 8:30 am – Jan 9 @ 4:30 pm
This course is available to Registered Instructors, Basic Instructors and new members. This is a two-day clinic for Nordic Track. The Level 1 Certification Clinic is a combination clinic and evaluation. The course leaders will instruct the group on those topics required in the evaluation and evaluate the group on the progress made toward achieving the listed standards. 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.)
Cross Country Level 2 Exam – Boyne HIghlands,MI 8:30 am
Cross Country Level 2 Exam – Boyne HIghlands,MI @ Boyne Highlands Resort - Nordic Lodge
Jan 8 @ 8:30 am – Jan 9 @ 4:30 pm
This program tests an instructor’s skiing skills, teaching ability and technical knowledge. The Level 2 exam prep is recommended. Nordic Track Level 2 Exams are two days. ” 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.) “
Cross Country Level 2 Exam Prep – Boyne Highlands,MI 8:30 am
Cross Country Level 2 Exam Prep – Boyne Highlands,MI @ Boyne Highlands Resort
Jan 8 @ 8:30 am – Jan 9 @ 4:30 pm
Boyne Highlands Resort, Harbor Springs, MI What: Event for Level 1 instructors and coaches who want to prepare for the Level 2 exam. Why: To increase your skiing, technical and teaching skills to prepare for Level 2 certification. You will gain a clear perspective on the level of your skiing and teaching skills relative to the National standards. How: This event is a combined workshop clinic and an opportunity for you to demonstrate and fine tune your teaching and skiing skills. It is recommended that you complete the Level 2 workbook prior to the event. This is a two-day event. 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 need education credits for this season, then all possible pathways must be exhausted before a waiver is granted. (Webinars, Non ASEA Events, etc.) “”
Cross Country Level 3 Exam – Boyne HIghlands,MI 8:30 am
Cross Country Level 3 Exam – Boyne HIghlands,MI @ Boyne Highlands Resort - Nordic Lodge
Jan 8 @ 8:30 am – Jan 9 @ 4:30 pm
This program tests an instructor’s skiing skills, teaching ability and technical knowledge. The Level 3 exam prep is recommended. Nordic Track Level 3 Exams are two days. ” 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.) “
Cross Country Level 3 Exam Prep – Boyne Highlands,MI 8:30 am
Cross Country Level 3 Exam Prep – Boyne Highlands,MI @ Boyne Highlands Resort
Jan 8 @ 8:30 am – Jan 9 @ 4:30 pm
Description: “What: Event for Level 2 instructors and coaches who want to prepare for the Level 3 exam. Why: To increase your skiing, technical and teaching skills to prepare for Level 3 certification. You will gain a clear perspective on the level of your skiing and teaching skills relative to the National Standards. How: This event is a combined workshop clinic and an opportunity for you to demonstrate and fine tune your teaching and skiing skills. It is recommended that you complete the Level 3 workbook prior to the event. This is a two day event. 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.)
Cross Country Workshop – Boyne Highlands,MI 8:30 am
Cross Country Workshop – Boyne Highlands,MI @ Boyne Highlands Resort - Nordic Lodge
Jan 8 @ 8:30 am – Jan 9 @ 4:30 pm
This program is a comprehensive overview of discipline-specific techniques from the beginner to the advanced skier. Clinics will provide enhanced skiing, teaching and technical fundamentals for the experienced instructor. This event includes personal skiing improvement with instruction in all cross-country track techniques, teaching strategies, teaching progressions, and risk awareness. 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.)
(Evenings Only) – Alpine Level 1 Exam – Buck Hill, MN 5:30 pm
(Evenings Only) – Alpine Level 1 Exam – Buck Hill, MN @ Buck Hill
Jan 8 @ 5:30 pm – Jan 10 @ 10:00 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.”
Alpine – Education Clinic – Buck Hill Ski Resort, MN (Evening Only) 5:30 pm
Alpine – Education Clinic – Buck Hill Ski Resort, MN (Evening Only) @ Buck Hill Ski Resort
Jan 8 @ 5:30 pm – Jan 10 @ 9:30 pm
This event will be held over a course of three consecutive evenings Offered at this Education Clinic; Task Masters Teaching Great Teaching For Event Descriptions please use the link below http://www.psia-c.org/calendar/event-descriptions/alpine-event-descriptions/ 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.    
Children’s Events – ( Evenings Only) – Buck Hill, MN 5:30 pm
Children’s Events – ( Evenings Only) – Buck Hill, MN @ Buck Hill
Jan 8 @ 5:30 pm – Jan 10 @ 10:00 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 – (Evenings Only)- Buck Hill, MN 5:30 pm
Snowboard – Level 1 Exam – (Evenings Only)- Buck Hill, MN @ Buck Hill Ski Resort
Jan 8 @ 5:30 pm – Jan 10 @ 10:30 pm
*All 3 Evening Clinics must be attended to receive certification.* * 3-day evening clinics and exams are worth 12 ceu’s. 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 Three-Evening clinic and exam. Day one and two is a clinic format to review AASI riding tasks and teaching concepts used to introduce new riders to the sport. Day two and three examines candidates on their ability to teach and ride various tasks used in an introductory snowboard lesson. The written exam is given at the resort. 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 to 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?” – Wednesday Sessions – Jan 9,16,23,2019 7:00 pm
Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – Wednesday Sessions – Jan 9,16,23,2019 @ Online
Jan 9 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This session will be held over a course of 3 Wednesday evenings: Session Dates; 1st Session: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 2nd Session: Wednesday, January 15, 2019 3rd Session: Wednesday, January 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; webcam useful but not mandatory. 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 – Alpine Level 1 – Little Switzerland, WI 8:30 am
Alpine – Alpine Level 1 – Little Switzerland, WI @ Little Switzerland
Jan 12 @ 8:30 am – Jan 13 @ 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. 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 – Teaching Great Teaching – Little Switzerland, WI 8:30 am
Alpine – Teaching Great Teaching – Little Switzerland, WI @ Little Switzerland
Jan 12 @ 8:30 am – Jan 13 @ 4:00 pm
The “Teaching Great Teaching” event will offer the latest information and techniques regarding teaching, coming out of PSIA National. Whether you are preparing for an exam or want to deepen your teaching skill to become a more current, higher quality instructor, this clinic will help any Central Division level I, II, or III certified instructors. WHO:  Any Central Division certified level I, II, or III instructors looking to strengthen their knowledge and techniques in teaching.  This event can be a great clinic for on-hill teaching exam preparation. WHAT:  The “Teaching Great Teaching” clinic is a two-day event that starts with movement analysis (based on the MODDS model) and moves into building an appropriate and exciting lesson plan based on the Five Fundamentals, the Teaching Model, the Learning Connection, and producing effective progressions. WHY:  We can all become better teachers, whether it is in the “real” environment of our everyday lessons, or in the pressure cooker of the exam environment.  This clinic will provide the most up to date tools to improve your teaching. For Event Descriptions please copy the link below http://www.psia-c.org/calendar/event-descriptions/alpine-event-descriptions/ 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. For Event Descriptions please click here. 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 will be refunded and an administrative waiver will be granted.
Children’s Events – Little Switzerland, WI 8:30 am
Children’s Events – Little Switzerland, WI @ Little Switzerland
Jan 12 @ 8:30 am – Jan 13 @ 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.)
(cancelled)Snowboard – Level 1 Exam – Little Switzerland Ski Area, WI 10:04 am
(cancelled)Snowboard – Level 1 Exam – Little Switzerland Ski Area, WI @ Little Switzerland Ski Area
Jan 12 @ 10:04 am – Jan 13 @ 11:04 am
Cancelled due to low participation- 1/7/19 @ 4:13 pm EST 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.  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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Adaptive – Alpine/Snowboarding Cognitive Diagnoses Online Prep Clinic 6:00 pm
Adaptive – Alpine/Snowboarding Cognitive Diagnoses Online Prep Clinic @ Online: PSIA-AASI Central
Jan 13 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
CEN – Adaptive – Alpine/Snowboarding Cognitive Diagnoses Online Prep Clinic, Jan 6, Jan 13 ,2019 “Dates: 01/6/2019 & 01/13/2019 from 6 to 8:30pm CENTRAL TIME.  The Adaptive Alpine/Snowboarding Cognitive Diagnoses Online Prep Clinic is an online interactive clinic. It consists of two 2-1/2-hour videoconferences, plus homework.  On successful completion of this clinic (and with additional studying and practice), you will be able to:  1. Articulate some of the most common cognitive diagnoses  2. Describe commonly-prescribed classes of medications  3. Perform a guest assessment  4. Create a progressive lesson  5. Use teaching models, such as the Teaching/Learning Cycle, Learning Style Preferences  6. Incorporate Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs and Guest-Centered Teaching concepts into your lessons  In each class, we discuss the skiing, 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 Cognitive 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 and video are shown via sharing of the instructor’s desktop. Throughout each class, there are discussions and online questions to encourage participation. Note: You must be present for both classes in order to receive PSIA credit.  For more information about GoToMeeting, go here: https://www.gotomeeting.com  To ensure your computer is capable of using the GoToMeeting format, go here: https://link.gotomeeting.com/system-check  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.) “”” Location ONLINE – Central
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Snowboard Level 1 Exam – Crystal Mountain, MI 8:30 am
Snowboard Level 1 Exam – Crystal Mountain, MI @ Crystal Mountain Resort
Jan 14 @ 8:30 am – Jan 15 @ 4:30 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. See the Level 1 certification guide for more details. *PREREQUISITE: The Online Snowboard Level 1 E-Learning Course must be taken prior to registering for the On-Snow portion of the Exam. The course can be taken after registering as a PSIA AASI Member. You can find the course by clicking the link below.     Snowboard Level 1 E-Learning Course   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.
Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – Monday Sessions – Jan 7,14,21,2019 7:00 pm
Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – Monday Sessions – Jan 7,14,21,2019 @ Online Clinic
Jan 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This session will be held over a course of 3 Monday evenings: Session Dates; 1st Session: Monday, January 7, 2019 2nd Session: Monday, January 14, 2019 3rd Session: Monday, January 21, 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 will consist 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. 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 – Women’s Camp/ Ski with the D-Team- Afton Alps, MN 8:30 am
Alpine – Women’s Camp/ Ski with the D-Team- Afton Alps, MN @ Afton Alps Ski Area
Jan 15 @ 8:30 am – Jan 16 @ 4:00 pm
What: Two days of ski improvement with other female instructors. This group is led by current and past female members of the PSIA Alpine Team. Why: A chance to train in a unique all female clinic environment with group leaders considered to be among the best in the nation. How: Sign up, join a diverse group of other women, and collaborate to have a great two days of training together.
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Alpine – Level 1 Exam – Crystal Mountain, MI 8:30 am
Alpine – Level 1 Exam – Crystal Mountain, MI @ Crystal Mountain Resort & Spa
Jan 16 @ 8:30 am – Jan 17 @ 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 on 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. 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 will be refunded and an administrative waiver will be granted.  
Alpine – Level 2 Exam – Crystal Mountain Resort,MI 8:30 am
Alpine – Level 2 Exam – Crystal Mountain Resort,MI @ Crystal Mountain Resort & Spa
Jan 16 @ 8:30 am – Jan 17 @ 4:00 pm
*The Alpine Level 2 Written Exam must be completed prior to registering for the On-Snow Exam.  Participants can choose to take either module but both modules must be passed to gain a Level 2 Certification. The Level 2 exam is the second step in the certification process. The 2-day, 2 module process gives instructors an opportunity to have their skiing, teaching and technical skills evaluated against PSIA National Standards for Level 2 certification in separate stages. Why: The Level 2 exam gives the candidate an opportunity to learn collaboratively with the PSIA C education staff as well as other candidates, validating teaching and skiing capacity through the intermediate zone. The Level 2 exam for instructors who wish to expand their teaching range beyond the beginner zone. The candidate will have the opportunity to enhance their teaching, skiing and technical skills at a higher level. How: The exam consists of two separate module days where the candidate is evaluated against on their skiing, teaching and technical knowledge against PSIA national standards for Level 2. The skiing portion will be an evaluation of skiing ability and the application of skiing skills throughout different movement pools. The teaching portion will consist of an evaluation of the instructors teaching skills and knowledge application skills in the intermediate zones. The candidate must pass the written exam, and both the Skiing Module and the Teaching module to attain the Level 2 certification. 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.) “
Alpine Education Clinic – Crystal Mountain,MI 8:30 am
Alpine Education Clinic – Crystal Mountain,MI @ Crystal Mountain Resort & Spa
Jan 16 @ 8:30 am – Jan 17 @ 4:00 pm
Please note that the Alpine Events may be combined in both groups and topics in order to meet participation minimums. This Education Clinic will include: Task Masters Teaching Great Teaching Movement Analysis & Progression Building 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.) “
Cancelled – Alpine Level 3 Exam – Crystal Mountain, MI 8:30 am
Cancelled – Alpine Level 3 Exam – Crystal Mountain, MI @ Crystal Mountain
Jan 16 @ 8:30 am – Jan 17 @ 4:00 pm
Canceled due to low participation on 1/10/2019 @ 2:07 pm EST *The Alpine Level 3 Written Exam must be taken online prior to registering for the on-snow portion of the exam.  “Participants can choose to take either module but both modules must be passed to gain a Level 3 Certification.  What:The Level 3 exam is the third step in the certification process. The 2-day, 2 module process gives instructors an opportunity to have their skiing, teaching and technical skills evaluated against PSIA National Standards for Level 3 certification in separate stages.  Why: The Level 3 exam gives the candidate an opportunity to learn collaboratively with the PSIA C education staff as well as other candidates. The Level 3 exam is the next step after Level 2 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 at a higher level including training other instructors at your local school.  How: The exam consists of two separate module days where the candidate is evaluated against on their skiing, teaching and technical knowledge against PSIA national standards for Level 3. The skiing portion will be an evaluation of skiing ability and the application of skiing skills throughout different movement pools. The teaching portion will consist of evaluation of the instructors teaching skills and knowledge application skills in the Advanced zones including movement analysis. The candidate must pass the written exam, and both the Skiing Module and the Teaching module to attain the Level 3 certification.  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.) “” “
Children’s Events – Crystal Mountain Resort & Spa,MI 8:30 am
Children’s Events – Crystal Mountain Resort & Spa,MI @ Crystal Mountain Resort & Spa
Jan 16 @ 8:30 am – Jan 17 @ 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.)”
Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – Wednesday Sessions – Jan 9,16,23,2019 7:00 pm
Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – Wednesday Sessions – Jan 9,16,23,2019 @ Online
Jan 16 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This session will be held over a course of 3 Wednesday evenings: Session Dates; 1st Session: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 2nd Session: Wednesday, January 15, 2019 3rd Session: Wednesday, January 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; webcam useful but not mandatory. 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 – Mini Academy – Afton Alps,MN 8:30 am
Alpine – Mini Academy – Afton Alps,MN @ Afton Alps Ski Area
Jan 17 @ 8:30 am – Jan 18 @ 4:00 pm
What: An amazing event put on by PSIA National Team Members. Why: Many participants consider the Mini Academy the best event in PSIA-C. A great bang for your buck, if you are looking to improve your ski technique. How: Alpine Team Members are the best of the best in PSIA. They go through rigorous training to get to be a PSIA Team Member. Because of their training, the feedback you will get is spot on. 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?” – Monday Sessions – Jan 7,14,21,2019 7:00 pm
Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – Monday Sessions – Jan 7,14,21,2019 @ Online Clinic
Jan 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This session will be held over a course of 3 Monday evenings: Session Dates; 1st Session: Monday, January 7, 2019 2nd Session: Monday, January 14, 2019 3rd Session: Monday, January 21, 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 will consist 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. 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?” – Wednesday Sessions – Jan 9,16,23,2019 7:00 pm
Alpine Webinar – “Did you see that?” – Wednesday Sessions – Jan 9,16,23,2019 @ Online
Jan 23 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This session will be held over a course of 3 Wednesday evenings: Session Dates; 1st Session: Wednesday, January 9, 2019 2nd Session: Wednesday, January 15, 2019 3rd Session: Wednesday, January 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; webcam useful but not mandatory. 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 2 Exam – Perfect North Slopes,IN 8:30 am
Alpine – Level 2 Exam – Perfect North Slopes,IN @ Perfect North Slopes
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
*The Alpine Level 2 Written Exam must be completed prior to registering for the On-Snow Exam.  Participants can choose to take either module but both modules must be passed to gain a Level 2 Certification. The Level 2 exam is the second step in the certification process. The 2-day, 2 module process gives instructors an opportunity to have their skiing, teaching and technical skills evaluated against PSIA National Standards for Level 2 certification in separate stages. Why: The Level 2 exam gives the candidate an opportunity to learn collaboratively with the PSIA C education staff as well as other candidates, validating teaching and skiing capacity through the intermediate zone. The Level 2 exam for instructors who wish to expand their teaching range beyond the beginner zone. The candidate will have the opportunity to enhance their teaching, skiing and technical skills at a higher level. How: The exam consists of two separate module days where the candidate is evaluated against on their skiing, teaching and technical knowledge against PSIA national standards for Level 2. The skiing portion will be an evaluation of skiing ability and the application of skiing skills throughout different movement pools. The teaching portion will consist of an evaluation of the instructors teaching skills and knowledge application skills in the intermediate zones. The candidate must pass the written exam, and both the Skiing Module and the Teaching module to attain the Level 2 certification. 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.) “
Alpine – National Ski Patrol Clinic – Perfect North Slopes,IN 8:30 am
Alpine – National Ski Patrol Clinic – Perfect North Slopes,IN @ Perfect North Slopes
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
National Ski Patrol Specific—Alpine *Participants are expected to be able to ski on at least intermediate terrain to participate in this NSP Clinic *This event is open to NSP members only. NSP members who are not PSIA AASI Central Members are also welcome for an additional fee. NSP certified participants will explore specific tasks and movements to further develop and refine their ski/ride skills as they relate to their transportation responsibilities. The group will review the 5 Fundamentals as they relate to stance and pressure management, and the changes associated with stance and edge angles while managing additional weight during transportation-like exercises. The rest of the day will be spent exploring performance ski/ride skills, and solid technique for managing the steeps. What: Participants will leave with a renewed understanding of the 5 Fundamentals, the application of those fundamentals as they relate to weight and pressure changes when transporting toboggans, and some specific feedback for better performance skiing/riding. Why: Performance skiing/riding is critically important to the patroller. Resort guests relate the quality of a patroller’s snow sports performance to the quality of their medical care. Reviewing the Fundamentals, having a clear understanding and application of those Fundamentals, and playing and exploring with colleagues will make you a better patroller, as you serve the snow sports industry. How: This group will engage all of the learning modalities as we seek to discuss, play, explore and refine our ski & ride skills.
Alpine Education Clinic – Perfect North Slopes,IN 8:30 am
Alpine Education Clinic – Perfect North Slopes,IN @ Perfect North Slopes
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
Looking for education credits for the 2018 -2019 season? Are you only available to clinic on Saturday? Want to work on your skiing skills on 1 day and teaching on another? Join any of the Alpine Topics listed below! *Please note that the Alpine Education Clinics may be combined in both groups and topics in order to meet participation minimums. Alpine Events offered at Perfect North Slopes Task Master Performance Skiing Movement Analysis & Progression Building Experienced Instructors Experience 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.) ” Please note that the Alpine Events may be combined in both groups and topics in order to meet participation minimums.
Alpine Level 1 Exam – Perfect North Slopes,IN 8:30 am
Alpine Level 1 Exam – Perfect North Slopes,IN @ Perfect North Slopes
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 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.”
Freestyle Specialist Accreditation Exam – (Level 1 Only) – Perfect North Slopes, IN 8:30 am
Freestyle Specialist Accreditation Exam – (Level 1 Only) – Perfect North Slopes, IN @ Perfect North Slopes
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
*This event is open to both Skiers and Snowboarders. This session will only offer the Level 1 Accreditation for Freestyle Must have a firm grasp of teaching concepts and a willingness to try some of the maneuvers. This 2-day event mixes skiers and snowboarders of all ability levels in one collaborative group to share ideas and improve park skills. The first day will be an informal clinic to introduce and share freestyle skills. The second day, applicants will be evaluated on their riding and teaching skills. The written exam will be given on Sunday morning. Teaching, riding and technical knowledge requirements can be found in the Freestyle Accreditation Study Guide posted at http://www.psia-c.org/education/freestyle/ 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 – Perfect North Slopes, IN 8:30 am
Snowboard – Level 1 Exam – Perfect North Slopes, IN @ Perfect North Slopes
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
The Online Snowboard Level 1 E-Learning Course must be taken prior to registering for the On-Snow portion of the Exam. The course can be taken after registering as a PSIA AASI Member. You can find the course by clicking the link below. Snowboard Level 1 E-Learning Course 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. 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 to transfer you to another event. Cancellation and transfer fees do not apply under these circumstances. “
Snowboard – Level 1 Exam – Treetops Resort, MI 8:30 am
Snowboard – Level 1 Exam – Treetops Resort, MI @ Treetops Resort
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
The Online Snowboard Level 1 E-Learning Course must be taken prior to registering for the On-Snow portion of the Exam. The course can be taken after registering as a PSIA AASI Member. You can find the course by clicking the link below. Snowboard Level 1 E-Learning Course 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. 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 to transfer you to another event. Cancellation and transfer fees do not apply under these circumstances.
Telemark – Level 1 Exam – Perfect North Slopes,IN 8:30 am
Telemark – Level 1 Exam – Perfect North Slopes,IN @ Perfect North Slopes
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
Description: This course is available to Registered Instructors, Basic Instructors, and new members, with ten or more hours of training or teaching experience verified by a ski school director. The Level 1 Certification Clinic is a combination clinic and evaluation. The course leaders will instruct the group on those topics required in the evaluation and evaluate the group on the progress made toward achieving the listed standards. The Telemark Workbook is a requirement of the certification process; You may find the workbook by copying the link below into your browser. http://www.psia-c.org/download/certification-forms/nordic-certification/Telemark%20Level%201%20Workbook.pdf For more information about what this certification exam will require please copy the link below. http://www.psia-c.org/education/telemark/
Telemark Workshop – Perfect North Slopes,IN 8:30 am
Telemark Workshop – Perfect North Slopes,IN @ Perfect North Slopes
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
This program is a comprehensive overview of discipline-specific technique from beginners to advanced skiers. Clinics will provide enhanced skiing, teaching and technical fundamentals for the experienced instructor. This event includes personal skiing improvement with instruction in all cross-country track techniques, teaching strategies, teaching progressions, and risk awareness. The program is open to both members and non-members. 1 Day/6 CEU options are available for this program
Alpine – Level 1 Exam – Cascade Mountain, WI 8:30 am
Alpine – Level 1 Exam – Cascade Mountain, WI @ Cascade Mountain
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
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/ 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 skill, and technical skills against PSIA National Standards for Level 1. Lodging Option:  Best Western Resort Hotel & Conference Center 2701 County Road Cx, Portage, WI 53901 (608) 742-2200 Mention that you are with PSIA-Central to receive a special rate. Rooms are limited please book in advance.  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.
Alpine – National Ski Patrol Clinic – Cascade Mountain,WI 8:30 am
Alpine – National Ski Patrol Clinic – Cascade Mountain,WI @ Cascade Mountain Ski School
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
National Ski Patrol Specific—Alpine *This event is open to NSP members only. NSP members who are not PSIA AASI Central Members are also welcome for an additional fee. NSP certified participants will explore specific tasks and movements to further develop and refine their ski/ride skills as they relate to their transportation responsibilities. The group will review the 5 Fundamentals as they relate to stance and pressure management, and the changes associated with stance and edge angles while managing additional weight during transportation-like exercises. The rest of the day will be spent exploring performance ski/ride skills, and solid technique for managing the steeps. What: Participants will leave with a renewed understanding of the 5 Fundamentals, the application of those fundamentals as they relate to weight and pressure changes when transporting toboggans, and some specific feedback for better performance skiing/riding. Why: Performance skiing/riding is critically important to the patroller. Resort guests relate the quality of a patroller’s snow sports performance to the quality of their medical care. Reviewing the Fundamentals, having a clear understanding and application of those Fundamentals, and playing and exploring with colleagues will make you a better patroller, as you serve the snow sports industry. How: This group will engage all of the learning modalities as we seek to discuss, play, explore and refine our ski & ride skills. 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.)”
Alpine Education Clinic – Cascade Mountain,WI 8:30 am
Alpine Education Clinic – Cascade Mountain,WI @ Cascade Mountain
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
Looking for education credits for the 2018 -2019 season? Are you only available to clinic on Saturday? Want to work on your Racing Skills on 1 day and Teaching on another? Join any of the Alpine Topics listed below! *Please note that the Alpine Education Clinics may be combined in both groups and topics in order to meet participation minimums. Alpine Events offered at Cascade Mountain Race Clinic ( Open to Non- Members) Skiing Fundamentals  Task Master  Performance Skiing  Movement Analysis & Progression Building Experienced Instructors Experience Teaching Great Teaching   Lodging Option:  Best Western Resort Hotel & Conference Center 2701 County Road Cx, Portage, WI 53901 (608) 742-2200 Mention that you are with PSIA-Central to receive a special rate. Rooms are limited please book in advance. 
Alpine Level 2 Exam – Cascade Mountain, WI 8:30 am
Alpine Level 2 Exam – Cascade Mountain, WI @ Cascade Mountain Ski School
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
*The Alpine Level 2 Written Exam must be completed prior to registering for the On-Snow Exam.  Participants can choose to take either module but both modules must be passed to gain a Level 2 Certification. The Level 2 exam is the second step in the certification process. The 2-day, 2 module process gives instructors an opportunity to have their skiing, teaching and technical skills evaluated against PSIA National Standards for Level 2 certification in separate stages. Why: The Level 2 exam gives the candidate an opportunity to learn collaboratively with the PSIA C education staff as well as other candidates, validating teaching and skiing capacity through the intermediate zone. The Level 2 exam for instructors who wish to expand their teaching range beyond the beginner zone. The candidate will have the opportunity to enhance their teaching, skiing and technical skills at a higher level. How: The exam consists of two separate module days where the candidate is evaluated against on their skiing, teaching and technical knowledge against PSIA national standards for Level 2. The skiing portion will be an evaluation of skiing ability and the application of skiing skills throughout different movement pools. The teaching portion will consist of an evaluation of the instructors teaching skills and knowledge application skills in the intermediate zones. The candidate must pass the written exam, and both the Skiing Module and the Teaching module to attain the Level 2 certification. 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.) “
Alpine Video Analysis Workshop – Cascade Mountain,WI 8:30 am
Alpine Video Analysis Workshop – Cascade Mountain,WI @ Cascade Mountain
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
“What: The Two-Day Video Analysis Workshop is a course designed to help the participants learn to do movement analysis thru the use of video. Why: Using standard video capture AND specialized slow motion video capture, participants will be able to SEE what they FEEL to develop a clear understanding of how their movements produce specific outcomes in the snow. You will be able to compare your own performance with others in the group to gain a deeper understanding of fundamental movements. How: During indoor breaks, you will analyze video of your and others’ skiing to establish accurate cause and effect relationships in skier movements. Participants will receive a private link to their video files on the PSIA-C video website or a flash drive, following the conclusion of the event, and a personalized plan for improvement.   Lodging Option:  Best Western Resort Hotel & Conference Center 2701 County Road Cx, Portage, WI 53901 (608) 742-2200 Mention that you are with PSIA-Central to receive a special rate. Rooms are limited please book in advance.    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.) “
Children’s Events – Cascade Mountain,WI 8:30 am
Children’s Events – Cascade Mountain,WI @ Cascade Mountain Ski School
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
Sessions included in this event: Play and the Learning Partnership Children’s Specialist 1 Children’s Specialist 2   Lodging Option:  Best Western Resort Hotel & Conference Center 2701 County Road Cx, Portage, WI 53901 (608) 742-2200 Mention that you are with PSIA-Central to receive a special rate. Rooms are limited please book in advance.  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.)”
Senior Specialist 1 – Cascade Mountain,WI 8:30 am
Senior Specialist 1 – Cascade Mountain,WI @ Cascade Mountain
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
Please note: The Central Senior Specialist Workbook must be successfully completed before registering for the On-Snow portion of the course. (On-Snow Registration is available 1 day after completing the Workbook online) What: A two-day (12 CEU) course open to any Level I or higher PSIA AASI Central member. The Senior Specialist program will present instructors with educational training to gain tools and knowledge necessary to deliver high-quality lessons for the senior skier. How: The Senior Specialist 1 course encourages participants to apply the information included in the PSIA-NW Senior Specialist Manual, their own professional knowledge, as well as an understanding of the fundamentals- both in the completion of the workbook and during the on-snow portion. The Senior Specialist On-Snow portion will add substance to the concepts and content introduced in the workbook. The On-Snow portion will use real-time & hypothetical scenarios to apply standard exercises, modified in both their approach and execution relative to the senior student. Participants will test the principles of senior-specific models, the teaching cycle, theoretical and applied professional knowledge to these scenarios. The practical portion will address how presentation framing & phrasing differs by student; seniors are no exception. Please see the Senior’s Page to find the mandatory workbook, resources, and discipline-specific fundamentals.  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.)   
Snowboard – Level 1 Exam – Cascade Mountain, WI 8:30 am
Snowboard – Level 1 Exam – Cascade Mountain, WI @ Cascade Mountain Ski School
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
 The Online Snowboard Level 1 E-Learning Course must be taken prior to registering for the On-Snow portion of the Exam. The course can be taken after registering as a PSIA AASI Member. You can find the course by clicking the link below. Snowboard Level 1 E-Learning Course 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. See the Level 1 certification guide for more details.   Lodging Option:  Best Western Resort Hotel & Conference Center 2701 County Road Cx, Portage, WI 53901 (608) 742-2200 Mention that you are with PSIA-Central to receive a special rate. Rooms are limited please book in advance.  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.
Snowboard – Level 2 Exam Prep – Cascade Mountain,WI 8:30 am
Snowboard – Level 2 Exam Prep – Cascade Mountain,WI @ Cascade Mountain Ski School
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
What: This course will outline the level 2 certification process. Why: This 2 day course is designed to help a member understand what to expect in the 2 day certification for level 2. How: Participants will receive individualized feedback on their teaching, riding and professional knowledge as it compares to the AASI National Standards. Day 1 will focus on teaching and professional knowledge. Day 2 will focus primarily on riding.   Lodging Option:  Best Western Resort Hotel & Conference Center 2701 County Road Cx, Portage, WI 53901 (608) 742-2200 Mention that you are with PSIA-Central to receive a special rate. Rooms are limited please book in advance.  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.) 
Snowboard – Riding & Teaching Development Clinics – Cascade Mountain,WI 8:30 am
Snowboard – Riding & Teaching Development Clinics – Cascade Mountain,WI @ Cascade Mountain Ski School
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
2 great clinics for both Members and Non-Members! What: continuing education to work on specific tasks or goals tailored by the Tech team leader. Why: This course can be a one or two-day development process. The course can focus on individual and group goals for the weekend. How: This program will cover teaching and professional knowledge regarding snowboarding on Day 1 and will cover riding on Day 2   Lodging Option:  Best Western Resort Hotel & Conference Center 2701 County Road Cx, Portage, WI 53901 (608) 742-2200 Mention that you are with PSIA-Central to receive a special rate. Rooms are limited please book in advance.  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.) 
Telemark – Level 2 Exam – Cascade Mountain,WI 8:30 am
Telemark – Level 2 Exam – Cascade Mountain,WI @ Cascade Mountain
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
This program tests an instructor’s skiing skills, teaching ability, and technical knowledge. The Level 2 exam prep is recommended. Nordic Track Level 2 Exams are two days. The Telemark Workbook is a requirement of the certification process; You may find the workbook by copying the link below into your browser. http://www.psia-c.org/download/certification-forms/nordic-certification/Tele%20Level%202%20Exam%20Study%20Guide%20(7-13-2016).pdf For more information about what this certification exam will require please copy the link below. http://www.psia-c.org/education/telemark/”   Lodging Option:  Best Western Resort Hotel & Conference Center 2701 County Road Cx, Portage, WI 53901 (608) 742-2200 Mention that you are with PSIA-Central to receive a special rate. Rooms are limited please book in advance. 
Telemark Events – Cascade Mountain,WI 8:30 am
Telemark Events – Cascade Mountain,WI @ Cascade Mountain Ski School
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
This event will include: Telemark Workshop – Open to Non- Members – 1 day option available Learn to Telemark -Telemark Equipment is available for this event please contact the office for more information. Telemark Level 2 Exam Prep Telemark Level 3 Exam Prep   Lodging Option:  Best Western Resort Hotel & Conference Center 2701 County Road Cx, Portage, WI 53901 (608) 742-2200 Mention that you are with PSIA-Central to receive a special rate. Rooms are limited please book in advance. 
Telemark Level 1 Exam- Cascade Mountain,WI 8:30 am
Telemark Level 1 Exam- Cascade Mountain,WI @ Cascade Mountain
Jan 26 @ 8:30 am – Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm
“This course is available to Registered Instructors, Basic Instructors, and new members, with ten or more hours of training or teaching experience verified by a ski school director. The Level 1 Certification Clinic is a combination clinic and evaluation. The course leaders will instruct the group on those topics required in the evaluation and evaluate the group on the progress made toward achieving the listed standards. The Telemark Workbook is a requirement of the certification process; You may find the workbook by copying the link below into your browser. http://www.psia-c.org/download/certification-forms/nordic-certification/Telemark%20Level%201%20Workbook.pdf For more information about what this certification exam will require please copy the link below. http://www.psia-c.org/education/telemark/   Lodging Option:  Best Western Resort Hotel & Conference Center 2701 County Road Cx, Portage, WI 53901 (608) 742-2200 Mention that you are with PSIA-Central to receive a special rate. Rooms are limited please book in advance. 
Children’s Events – Perfect North Slopes,IN 10:30 am
Children’s Events – Perfect North Slopes,IN @ Perfect North Slopes
Jan 26 @ 10:30 am – Jan 27 @ 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.)”
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