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Dates: Saturday, January 25, 2020 - Sunday, January 26, 2020 from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm (2 Days)
Location: Perfect North Slopes, meet at East Lodge - Upper Level
Cost: $202.00 (includes $25 late fee)
Education Hours Granted: 12
Prerequsities: Current PSIA/AASI Membership
Lift Tickets: Fully supported by Host Area
Registration Deadline: Sunday, January 19, 2020 at 12:00 am
Online Registration: CLOSED
Offline Registration: Late registration may be available, subject to group size restrictions. To inquire, please call or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 231-335-4627 to request entry (late registration fees apply).
This event has been rescheduled from the original Jan 11th and 12th dates due to weather and snow conditions at the resort. Please contact us at 231-335-4627 or at email@example.com if you have any questions.
NOTE : Event Registration made after 01/05/2020 (12 AM) will include the $25 late fee until new registration closes.
This module is for all instructors, at all levels, wishing to explore skiing movements and how to use those observations to build lesson plans. We strongly suggest taking this module prior to any on hill exam module.
Why: Being able to observe movements in skiing, understand their cause and effect, and build effective learning outcomes, is critical to skiing development and continuing to foster an excitement for ski learning and growth.
What: This module will work to develop a simple movement analysis tool to help participants learn how to look at turns, what they should be looking for at different phases of the turn, and how to effectively communicate what they see. Participants will work in small groups to practice observing each other's skiing, give and receive feedback, and utilize that feedback to build progressions based on the Five Fundamentals of Skiing.
How: This course will blend indoor video segments with on hill work including observing fellow participants movements, exploring their own movements, and developing real life, real time, progressions to foster performance growth. The participants will experience a variety of turn shapes and skiing tasks to best develop their skill sets and accurately create change with skiers.
Please note that the Alpine Events may be combined in both groups and topics in order to meet participation minimums
IMPORTANT: All events are subject to our normal registration and change/cancellation policy. Fees may apply if registering, cancelling, or changing your registration less than two weeks prior to the event.
All PSIA/AASI members must follow the PSIA/AASI code of conduct.