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¦¦¦Alpine Update Clinic

Dates: Saturday, March 4, 2023 - Sunday, March 5, 2023 from 8:45 am - 4 pm ET (2 Days)
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Event Type: Education Clinic

Location: Blue Knob (PA) (Plan to meet your group on snow at the starting time listed above, at the Lonesome Pine. If we are notified of any change, we will email and/or text updated information to you. - Outdoor Registration)

Host Division: Eastern

Registration Information:
- Normal Rate: $220.00 (available through Friday, January 6)
- Late Rate: $245.00
- CEUs: 12

Prerequisites: Current PSIA-AASI Membership

Registration Deadline: Wednesday, February 22, 2023, 11:59 pm ET

This event has been rescheduled from its original date(s).

Online Registration: CLOSED

Course Description:
Course Name: Alpine Update Clinic
Discipline: Alpine
Time: 2 Days
Credits: 12 Continuing Education Credits
Environment: Green to Easier Black Terrain
Prerequisites: Minimum Registered Member

Course Description:
Alpine Update Clinic are educational events that provide participants with up-to-date, comprehensive information about ATS, ski instruction, and the ski industry. The course offers personal skiing improvement, teaching progressions and methodology, movement analysis, mechanics, equipment knowledge, and other information that is relevant to participant goals.

Learning Experiences:
Specific activities will vary depending on the group and environmental conditions; however, they will typically include:
• Reviewing the five fundamentals of skiing and the
• Reviewing and understanding how the skills in the Learning Connection Model - technical, teaching and people skills, are successfully used in ski teaching.
• Observing and describing how the body is moving, should move, and how the skis should interact with the snow as they relate to the Skiing Fundamentals and identifying cause and effect.
• Sharing activities to promote changes. The activities chosen must be mountain skiing and/or Agility/Versatility tasks appropriate to the advanced zone. Teaching will be done in or lead to significant time spent in conditions and speed appropriate to the Advanced zone.
• Understanding how to incorporate Teaching Styles and VAK into coaching.
• Practicing how to interact with the group and trainer/examiner in a way that it is evident the group is engaged and understands activities and directives.
• Sharing how to adapt activities and communication for different ages and stages of development.