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Dates: Friday, March 10, 2023 - Sunday, March 12, 2023 from 8:45 am - 4 pm ET (3 Days)
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Event Type: Certification Exam
Location: Mount Sunapee (NH) (Plan to meet your group on snow at the starting time listed above, outside the sunapee lodge. If we are notified of any change, we will email and/or text updated information to you. - Outdoor Registration)
All participants in PSIA-AASI clinics at Vail resorts are required to wear helmets while sliding or riding, in accordance to the Vail Resort Helmet Policy. Please see more information here: www.psia-e.org/ev/vail-resort-helmet-policy
Host Division: Eastern
- First Chair Rate: $285.00 (available through Thursday, February 23)
- Last Chair Rate: $310.00
- CEUs: 18
Prerequisites: Current PSIA-AASI Membership, Adaptive Cognitive & Visual Impairment Level I Professional Knowledge Exam (https://lms.thesnowpros.org/written-exams/), Alpine Level I E-Learning course (https://lms.thesnowpros.org)
Registration Deadline: Friday, March 3, 2023, 11:59 pm ET
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The Certified Level I process consists of an assessment of basic skiing skills, teaching skills, and professional knowledge (which refers to technical and mechanical knowledge, adaptive equipment, medication classification, as well as knowledge of guest service, PSIA, the ski industry, and risk management). Candidates should be prepared to lead the group through some basic ski instruction scenarios. Please refer to the Alpine and Adaptive Assessment Guides and reference information for complete details at https://easternsnowpros.org/education/adaptive/. We highly recommend reviewing the National Standards. All candidates are required to complete the online Alpine component Level I eLearning course as well as the Adaptive Professional Knowledge exam for the discipline you are being evaluated in. These must be completed prior to registering for the on-snow evaluation. Successful candidates will receive both Alpine Level I Certification as well as Adaptive Level I Certification.