PSIA Certified Level II
Alpine Skiing Performance
Assessment Form
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Level II
Meets Standards
Does Not Meet Standards
Assessment Scale for Certified Level II:
1
Essential elements were not observed or not present.

2
Essential elements are beginning to appear.

3
Essential elements appear, but not with consistency.

4
Essential elements appear regularly at a satisfactory level.

5
Essential elements appear frequently, above required level.

6
Essential elements appear continuously, at a superior level.
Assessment Criteria
Instructor Decisions & Behavior
Attained
Did Not Attain
Professionalism and Self Management: Contributes to a professional environment by managing their behaviors and emotions in response to others. (Continual Assessment)
Needs/Safety
Address group and individual needs for belonging.
Behavior Management
Manage behavioral responses.
Section Average: Must be 4 or above to meet Learning Outcome
Skiing Performance
Attained
Did Not Attain
Adjusts and adapts the Alpine Skiing Fundamentals to demonstrate specific outcomes in beginner, intermediate and some advanced terrain.
Manages speed, tactical choices, and ski performance to:
Manage turn shape, turn size, and line as needed in beginner through easiest advanced zones.
Integrate three or more fundamentals through all turn phases to achieve prescribed ski performance.
Manage each of the fundamentals as prescribed.
Section Average: Must be 4 or above to meet Learning Outcome
Applied Assessment Activities (click to select):
X
Bumps
Freeski
Medium Radius
Short Radius
Ungroomed
Blended Assessment Activities (click to select):
X
Basic Parallel
Wedge Christie
Wedge Turn
Highlighted Assessment Activities (click to select):
X
Hockey Stop
Lane Change
Leapers
Linked Sideslip
Outside Ski Turns
Pivot Slips
Railroad Track
Skating
Step Turns
This assessment form was last updated on February 4, 2022.