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Children's Specialist 1 Assessment (2-Day)


Dates: Thursday, December 14, 2023 - Friday, December 15, 2023 from 8:30 am - 4 pm MT (2 Days)
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Event Type: Certificate Assessment

Location: Park City Mountain - Park City Base (Legacy Lodge, Payday Room)
All participants in winter events at Park City are required to wear a helmet. If you do not wear a helmet you will not be able to attend the event you signed up for. If you do not have a helmet, Park City will provide them free of charge at the rental shop on the day of the event. Please check the website for most up-to-date parking and public transportation: https://www.parkcitymountain.com/explore-the-resort/about-the-resort/getting-here.aspx

Host Division: Intermountain

Registration Information:
- First Chair Rate: $220.00 (available through Wednesday, November 29)
- Last Chair Rate: $245.00
- CEUs: 12

Prerequisites: Current PSIA-AASI Membership, CS1 E-learning course, Primary discipline level 1 certification

Registration Deadline: Thursday, November 30, 2023, 11:59 pm MT


Online Registration: CLOSED


Course Description:

Course Overview: The Children's Specialist 1 (CS1) is a 2-day interactive, assessment-based certificate event. The event covers teaching children of all ages from the beginner/novice through the intermediate zones with an emphasis in working with a GROUP of children.


Course Learning Outcomes

The CS1 Learning Outcomes follow the Learning Connection Model's outline with children's specific criteria:


People Skills

  • Engages in developmentally appropriate communication to address the needs of a group of children and their parents.
  • Addresses intrapersonal and interpersonal situations with children and their parents in a developmentally appropriate manner.


Teaching Skills

  • Uses provided information about children and parents to plan relevant learning experiences through the intermediate zone.
  • Delivers group-focused learning experiences that have developmentally realistic outcomes.


Technical Skills

  • Identifies and describes distinct stages of cognitive, affective, and physical growth, including psycho-motor development for a group of children, relative to snowsports, through the intermediate zone.
  • Identifies and describes cause and effect relationships influenced by child growth, stages of psychomotor development and equipment options and prescribes a solution for a single fundamental in a group setting through the intermediate zone.




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