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Central's event times are based on the time zone of the hosting area. All online events follow the division headquarters time zone (Eastern).
Dates: Saturday, January 25, 2020 - Sunday, January 26, 2020 from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm (2 Days)
Location: Cascade Mountain, meet at Lower Level - Daisy Building
Cost: Variable, please see description for details.
Education Hours Granted: Variable, please see description for details.
Tags: Alpine, Exam, Level 2 Exam
Prerequsities: Alpine Level 1 Certification; Alpine Level 2 Written Exam; Current PSIA/AASI Membership
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).
*The Alpine Level 2 Written Exam must be taken online prior to registering for the on-snow portion of the exam.
Alpine Level II Exam (Both Modules - $340 (12 CEU's) | One Module - $195 (6 CEU's))
"Participants can choose to take either module but both modules must be passed to gain a Alpine Level II Certification.
Lift Tickets: 2-day $54 | 3-day $67.50 (Purchase information and event info will be sent after completing your event registration)
The Alpine Level II exam is the second step in the certification process. The 2-day, two module process gives instructors an opportunity to have their skiing, teaching and technical skills evaluated against PSIA National Standards for Alpine Level II certification in separate stages. Why: The Level II 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 II exam is 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 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 Alpine Level II certification.
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.