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¦¦¦Snowboard Level I Assessment

Dates: Thursday, February 1, 2024 - Friday, February 2, 2024 from 8:45 am - 4 pm ET (2 Days)
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Event Type: Certification Exam

Location: Wachusett (MA) (Plan to meet your group on snow at the starting time listed above, on the snowsports school deck. If we are notified of any change, we will email and/or text updated information to you. - Outdoor Registration)

Host Division: Eastern

Registration Information:
- First Chair Rate: $210.00 (available through Wednesday, January 10)
- Last Chair Rate: $235.00
- CEUs: 12

Prerequisites: Current PSIA-AASI Membership, Snowboard Level I E-Learning Course (

Registration Deadline: Wednesday, January 31, 2024, 11:59 pm ET

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Online Registration: CLOSED

Course Description:


  • Must be a member of PSIA-AASI
  • Must complete the Snowboard Level I eLearning course prior to registering.
  • Please refer to the AASI Assessment Guide and reference information for complete details at
  • We highly recommend reviewing the National Standards.
  • If you are not currently working in a snowsports school, you must complete a PSIA-AASI on-snow Level I Prep event BEFORE you register for the level I assessment. Or you can register for a 5-Day Level I College which includes both the prep course and the assessment.

The Certified Level I process consists of an assessment of basic riding skills, teaching skills, and professional knowledge (which refers to technical and mechanical knowledge as well as to knowledge of guest service, AASI, the snowsports industry, and risk management). The course riding and teaching scenarios as well as a technical discussion regarding how students learn and progress from the Beginner/Novice to Intermediate Zones. While a school director's signature is not required, we strongly encourage you to notify your director so that he or she is both aware of and can help ensure that you are prepared for a successful exam experience.

Learning Experiences:

Specific activities will vary depending on the group and environmental conditions; however, they will typically include:

• Riding assessment on overall on-hill performance using all green terrain, blue terrain including off-piste conditions or small freestyle features

• Professional knowledge assessment based on discussions, behavior and interaction with the group. Candidates should be prepared to deliver a short teaching segment to the group.

• Teaching methodology assessment based on teaching segments, interaction with the group or group discussions. Candidate should promote positive learning environments while teaching in a safe, effective manner.

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