National Freestyle Academy Prep and Assessment took flight through Woodward Park City, Utah, in late January and early February, offering two-, three-, and five-day options for instructors to attend prep clinics, assessment, and prep clinic and assessment, respectively. Learn more about this exciting annual event in the First Chair Podcast.
Two new First Chair “Boots on the Snow” Podcasts are available for your listening and learning pleasure. In this series, PSIA-AASI First Chair Podcast Host George Thomas talks to snowsports professionals about some of the common issues they face in their daily lessons, and they share their top tips for helping to address and solve them. These new podcasts focus on managing class splits in your lessons.
Two new PSIA-AASI First Chair Podcasts focus on some of the resources and ideas that can help you and your colleagues be better instructors. Learn more about the Children’s Alpine Field Guide and providing effective feedback to students.
There are new PSIA-AASI First Chair Podcasts posted every week for you to learn more about snowsports instruction and your association. Check out the latest episodes on Women's Summit 2024 and OnTheSnow weather reports and lifestyle content.
The 2024 Slopes Challenge is live this January and so is the long-awaited opportunity to pair your PSIA-AASI teaching journey with a Professional Snowsports Education Certificate from Penn State University.
Every week, the PSIA-AASI First Chair Podcast brings snowsports instructors lively, informative interviews from around the ski and snowboard industry. In these three new podcasts, hear about PSIA-AASI National Team Training in Keystone, Colorado, Injury Prevention plans for the upcoming season, and PSIA-AASI’s Andy Stein’s big winter weather prediction.
In these two new First Chair Podcasts, hear how new PSIA-AASI Official Supplier Pure Mountain Fun helps get kids equipped to hit the slopes, and how you can incorporate proper nutrition into your winter — and year-round — active recovery plan.
September is the perfect time to discuss how you and your colleagues can create a more inclusive snowsports experience this winter while also fostering a stronger sense of community. These two new PSIA-AASI First Chair Podcasts take a closer look at upcoming opportunities for continued learning about this topic, along with how one Northwest snowsports school is building its own community-centered success story.
Change is in the air! As deep winter storms close out the ski and snowboard season in South America, here at home the PSIA-AASI Scholarship window has opened, offering instructors and small snowsports schools an opportunity to apply for additional resources to help reach their professional goals.