Two new First Chair podcasts help you get ready for winter, with tips on how to ski powder and also a forecast on what adaptive lessons might look like this season.
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PSIA-AASI Official Supplier Blizzard-Tecnica offers great gear for instructors and recently introduced the Women to Women Project.
The Unmasking Vibes – Connecting with and Empowering Your Students Webinar will help you build stronger relationships so you can leave a lasting impression.
PSIA Alpine Team Members Stephen Helfenbein and Ann Schorling share their top tips for family lessons. Learn how building a group outcome and setting coaching guidelines will help families have fun and learn together.
The Education Task Force Highlight Series spotlights education leaders working to create new Certification Standards, education resources, and communication strategies that will benefit all members.
PSIA-AASI partnered with SKI Magazine to create online courses that promote the work you do on snow, and also provide your students an overview of what to expect when they take a lesson.
First Chair catches up with David Gagnon, the executive director of the Professional Mountain Bike Instructors Association (PMBIA), as he chats about a new PMBIA Level 1 course dedicated specifically to PSIA-AASI members.
It’s the perfect time to make sure you’ve got the right gear for when the lifts start to turn. Here are two top ski picks from PSIA-AASI Official Supplier HEAD.
Improve your technical and teaching skills with a scholarship from PSIA-AASI. The deadline to apply is November 18, 2020.
PSIA Alpine Team member Joshua Fogg shares his top 5 tips for teaching family lessons this season. See how you can incorporate these suggestions into your lessons.