Last week, the team wrapped up midseason training in Snowbasin, Utah, where one of the highlights was charging the 2002 Winter Olympics Downhill Course on competition-ready super G and slalom skis.
Here are some of the top stories in ski instruction from 2019.
AASI Snowboard Team member Chris Rogers highlights how the PSIA-AASI National Team's presentations are already impacting what instructors share in their lessons.
Here, he discusses the work that went into preparing for the instructional symposium, his new international role, and what it all means for the future of teaching here at home.
Interski 2019 in Pamporovo, Bulgaria, is officially over, here is a recap of the event.
At Interski, which occurs every four years in locations around the globe, you can expect to encounter certain themes – like new ways to improve your students’ technique, or a twist on experiential learning.
“People are here to collaborate, and work," said PSIA-AASI National Team Manager Jeb Boyd.
“When you watch what the teams from other countries are doing in their demonstrations,” said Mike Porter, “you can see what kind of guests they are trying to attract.”
PSIA-AASI begins the 2017-18 season with a new vision for the organization: “Create Lifelong Adventures Through Education” This is my story of the vision’s creation, and what I believe it represents.
PSIA-AASI Alpine Team member Jennifer Simpson is well known as a top instructor and trainer, so it made sense to ask about some her “certification secrets.”