New Adaptive Manual, Matrix Exam Tasks, 32 Degrees + SKI Mag Needs Your Tips

The brand new Adaptive Alpine Technical Manual is available now! The manual provides a solid foundation for helping students with disabilities experience freedom on one ski, two skis, or sit-ski equipment. 

This must-have educational resource covers a variety of topics, including student assessment, equipment, and progressions for various student categories—all enhanced by supplemental video. Purchase yours now through the PSIA-AASI Accessories Catalog.

New Matrix Toolbar Makes it Easy to Navigate for Exam Tasks and More
The Matrix, your go-to digital resource for educational and inspirational videos, is now easier to navigate. By using the new toolbar, you can search for specific must-see exam task videos in your discipline, the level of certification you want to attain, and in some cases, even by division. PSIA-AASI Director of Education Dave Schuiling explains it all in this easy-to-follow video. Check it out, then start surfing The Matrix in style.

Read 32 Degrees on Your Laptop, Tablet, or Smartphone
Read the latest issue of 32 Degrees on the go with the PSIA-AASI Snow Pro Library, which makes it easy to access all the latest instructional insight while you’re on the go. The Fall 17 issue features timely tips for every discipline, great goal-setting ideas, and the top equipment trends courtesy of the snow pros’ awesome ski and snowboard suppliers.

SKI Magazine Wants Your Top Instruction Tips
PSIA-AASI and SKI Magazine are teaming up to produce instruction coverage for next season, including print, video, and online content. SKI is looking for your best snow pro tips, most effective advice, fun anecdotes, words of wisdom, most common mistakes you see, advice on how to ski the new ski designs, etc. Yes, just about any intel on how to improve your skiing and better enjoy your time on snow.

Here are some terrain and service categories the magazine will address in the instruction print feature. Your ski tips can focus on these categories, or other areas. 

Terrain Types: Groomers, Steeps, Trees, Chop/Crud, Bumps/Moguls, Powder, Ice, Parks & Pipes

Please send your tips directly to PSIA-AASI Lead Content Officer Peter Kray at pkray@thesnowpros.org. Deadline is this Friday, Oct. 13.

- Peter Kray

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