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MEMBER BENEFITS


TAKE YOUR TRAINING TO THE NEXT DIVISON 36Ζ$ $$6ΖȇV GLYLVLRQV DUH WKH PDVWHUV RI RffHULQJ TXDOLW\ FOLQLFV WKDW ZLOO JHW \RX VNLOOIXOO\ XS WR VSHHG RQ WKH technique, tactics, and teaching strategies that help you succeed. Here’s a sample of what’s coming up.


NORTHERN


Central Division Event Name: Spring Symposium Date: April 12-14, 2019 Location: Sun Valley, Idaho Website: psia-c.org/calendar/events-calendar- view/


See Division Updates on page 21 for more details


Eastern Division Event: Spring Rally Date: March 30-31, 2019 Location: Stratton Mountain, Vermont Website: psia-e.org/ev/feature-events/spring- academy-spring-rally/


Intermountain Division Event: )UHHVW\OH &DPS DQG &HUWLfiFDWLRQ DQG Freestyle Intro Date: March 5-7, 2019 and March 19, 2019 Location: Park City Mountain Resort, Utah Website: psia-i.org/events-exams/calendar/


Northern Intermountain Division Event Name: Spring Symposium Date: April 12-14, 2019 Location: Sun Valley, Idaho Websites: community.thesnowpros.org/north- ernintermountaindivision/home See Division Updates on page 21 for more details


Northwest Division Event: Member Appreciation Day Date: April 2019 Location: Snoqualmie, Washington Website: psia-nw.org


NEW E-LEARNING COURSES


WILL HELP YOU EXCEL New instructors can get a leg up with new e-learning courses from PSIA-AASI. You can take these courses anytime, anywhere from a computer, smartphone, or tablet with an inter- net connection. In “Delivering the Beginner Experience – Alpine and Snowboard,” you’ll OHDUQ KRZ WR FUHDWH XOWLPDWH fiUVW WLPH H[SHUL- ences that make beginners want to come back IRU PRUH ([SORUH QHZ ZD\V WR JHW fiUVW WLPH guests mobile, comfortable, and feeling the freedom of sliding on snow. These courses – one for alpine instructors and one for snow- board instructors – cover teaching and people skills, as well as technique-oriented insights for great beginner lessons. (Cost: Free; CEUs: 0) The Alpine Movement Analysis Course shows


SDUWLFLSDQWV KRZ WR REVHUYH DQG DSSO\ VSHFLfiF PRYH- ment analysis practices using ideal versus real char- acteristics. Movement analysis helps instructors create an accurate and relevant assess- ment of skiing perfo rmance for their lesson- takers. (Cost: $20; CEUs:1)


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INTERMOUNTAIN DIVISION


NORTHWEST DIVISION


NORTHERN


ROCKY MOUNTAIN DIVISION


WESTERN DIVISION


INTER- MOUNTAIN DIVISION


CENTRAL DIVISION


ROCKY MOUNTAIN DIVISION


EASTERN DIVISION


NORTHERN ROCKY MOUNTAIN Event: Alpine Level II and Level III Exams Date: April 8-9, 2019 Location: Big Sky, MT Website: psia-nrm.org


Rocky Mountain Division Event: Wheels Up - Lift Accessed Mountain Bike Skills Date: Summer 2019 Location: Aspen, Colorado and Steamboat, Colorado Website: members.psia-rm.org/events/event-calendar


The Snowboard Level I course is designed


to be completed prior to attending the on-snow portion of the Level I exam. It introduces the many concepts and ideas that are the foun- dation of being a professional snowboard instructor. (Cost: Free; CEUs: 0) The ACL Strong course is designed to help


ski and snowboard instructors, patrollers, and other snowsports enthusiasts protect their knees so they can stay on the mountain and “in the game” longer. In this specialized training program, participants will gain strength, stability, and body control, allowing them to move better DQG UHGXFH SUHVVXUH RQ WKHLU NQHHV b7KLV LV D four-week course, with two bonus weeks avail- DEOH WR FRQWLQXH OHDUQLQJ b Cost: $85; CEUs: 2) Visit tiny.cc/ELearningCourses to see all avail-


able courses. Note that some courses require member log-in for access.


GET GUESTS STARTED WITH BEGINNER’S


SKI AND SNOWBOARD GUIDES Those new to snowsports can enhance their learning thanks to new “Beginner’s Guide” videos


Western Division Event: Spring Convention Date: April 26-28, 2019 Location: Mammoth Mountain Website: psia-w.org/event/spring-convention- 2/?instance_id=870


from PSIA-AASI and SNOW Operating (provid- ers of the Terrain Based Learning™ program). This free YouTube video series shows beginner skiers and riders how to get started so they can IHHO PRUH FRQfiGHQW RQ WKHLU fiUVW GD\ 7KH YLGHR series, which is broken out into skiing and snow- boarding, covers skills such as how to put on socks and boots, carry skis and snowboards, turn


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Hugh Reynolds, SNOW Operating vice president of marketing and sales, says that most people start with YouTube when they want to learn something new, and now PSIA-AASI and SNOW Operating are meeting their guest’s need for clear and simple how-to videos that are acces- sible online for free. The Beginner’s Guide to Skiing and Snow-


boarding video series are available to instructors, ski and ride schools, rental shops, and anyone else who wants to get never- evers or returning participants excited


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