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Snowboard Level 2 Exam
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Dates: Saturday, February 29, 2020 - Sunday, March 1, 2020 from 8:30 am - 4:00 pm (2 Days)

Location: Boyne Highlands, meet at Main Lodge, Lobby

Cost: $220.00 (includes $25 late fee)

Education Hours Granted: 12

Tags: Exam, Level 2 Exam, Snowboard

Prerequsities: Current PSIA/AASI Membership; Snowboard Level 1 Certification

Registration Deadline: Sunday, February 23, 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 or 231-335-4627 to request entry (late registration fees apply).

The Online Snowboard Level II Written Exam must be taken prior to registering for the On-Snow portion of the Exam.You can find the course by clicking the link below.

Snowboard Level IIIWritten Exam

What: The Snowboard Level 2 certification is the second step in the certification process and gives the candidate an opportunity to have their riding, teaching and professional knowledge evaluated to see where they line up with AASI Level 2 National Standards.

Why: This Level 2 certification gives the candidate an opportunity to learn collaboratively with the AASI-C education staff as well as other candidates. The Level 2 exam is the next step in the certification process for instructors who wish to expand their teaching careers.

How: This is a two-day certification with one examiner on Saturday and one examiner on Sunday. Candidates will be evaluated both days on their skills associated with teaching, riding and professional knowledge. See the Level 2 certification guide for more details. 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.