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Alpine Webinar "Did you see that?!? Big Mountain Edition

Day 1: Wednesday, May 1, 2024 from 8 pm - 10 pm ET
Day 2: Wednesday, May 8, 2024 from 8 pm - 10 pm ET
Day 3: Wednesday, May 15, 2024 from 8 pm - 10 pm ET
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Event Type: Webinar

Location: PSIA-AASI Central Webinars - Meeting Room 3
Arrive 5 minutes before hand.

Host Division: Central

Registration Information:
- Second Chair Rate: $108.00
- CEUs: 6

Prerequisites: None

Additional Fee for Non-Members: $25.00

Registration Deadline: Friday, April 26, 2024, 11:59 pm ET

Online Registration: CLOSED

Course Description:

Required: Internet connection, speakers, and computer microphone required; A webcam is strongly recommended but not mandatory. Connection via cell phone is strongly discouraged.

The online meeting's access information is included in the event confirmation email sent out after registering for the course. Please contact our Member Service Staff at if you cannot locate this email after registering.

A welcome email will be sent out before the event (2 to 3-days Prior) from the clinician leading your event.

*This course does require attendance at all three sessions and includes required homework assignments for each.

Did You See That?!- The Big Mountain Edition* takes our popular Alpine Movement Analysis course off-trail, looking at tactics and techniques for steep terrain, bumps, powder, and variable conditions. This course is designed around those seeking Level III certification, but members of all levels may participate.

Over three evenings, members and the course conductor will identify the 5 fundamentals of Alpine Skiing throughout 3 phases of the turn. In Did You See That- The Big Mountain Edition, participants, will employ the O.E.P. (Observe, Evaluate, Prescribe) model to assess the ski and body performance and the D.I.R.T. model to understand how skill application varies tactically and situationally. Be prepared to have your concepts challenged and focus refined in this exciting assessment of double diamond skiing.

After the course, participants should be able to describe the tactical application of skills in variable conditions, assess the suitability of that blend, and recommend changes to enhance a skier's performance in a "big mountain" environment.

Additional Event Details:

The session will be held from 7-9 pm CT/ 8-10 pm ET

Access information for the event will be included in the event registration confirmation email.

Education Credits completed after July 1st, 2023, and before June 30th, 2024 will be applied to the 2023-2024 season.