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"Understanding & Addressing Behavior in Snowsports Lessons" Webinar
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Date: Sunday, December 29, 2019 from 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Location: Webinar, meet at Go To Meeting

Cost: $85.00 ($110.00 for non-members)

Education Hours Granted: 3

Tags: Multi-Discipline, Webinar

Prerequsities: None

Registration Deadline: Saturday, December 28, 2019 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 or 231-335-4627 to request entry (late registration fees apply).

Webinar "Understanding & Addressing Behavior in Snowsports Lessons"($85 | Non Members Add $ 25 Fee) (3 CEU's)

7:00 PM to 10:00 PM Eastern Time zone.

Guests in snowsports lessons sometimes exhibit bewildering behavior. This three-hour webinar will examine common behaviors seen in adaptive and typical lessons, reasons why they may occur and strategies to proactively address guest needs to avoid behavior challenges during lessons.

Format: This clinic utilizes GoToMeeting, a web-hosted service for online video conferencing. On the day of the class, an e-mail is sent to you with a link and a password for the online meeting. You can use either a desktop or mobile device to connect to the meeting and you can receive audio via computer or phone. The presentation is shown via sharing of the instructor's desktop. Throughout the class, there are discussions and activities to encourage participation.

Note: You must be present for the entire session in order to receive PSIA credit. There is no makeup session and there are no recordings of the session.

For more information about GoToMeeting, go here: . Once you are there, you can find FAQs and download the GoToMeeting app by clicking on Resources.

To verify that your system can run GoToMeeting, click here: .

All PSIA/AASI members must follow the PSIA/AASI code of conduct.