Alpine Event Descriptions

Participants should be confident and comfortable skiing or riding on terrain identified.
You may ski or ride on more advanced terrain – what is listed here will be the minimum.



Course Name Prereq Disc Min Cert Max Cert Terrain Format Credits
Adult Development and Aging – Online No Alpine Non 3 N/A Online 6

Increases the teacher’s awareness of how the aging process affects the senior skier. E-learning courses may be used for continuing education credit every four years.

Adult Development and Aging – On Snow No Alpine Non 3 Blue 1 day on snow 6

Experience first-hand the physical, psychological and social challenges the aging skier faces on a regular basis. Modify your lesson to enhance the experience of the senior skier.

Advanced Movement Analysis No Race 1 3 Blue 2 days on snow 12

This course will help you to coach movement patterns of modern racing, mogul and off-piste skiing. Learn how to determine cause-and-effect relationships in the tactical application of skills. Develop activities that promote the adjustment and adaptation of skills to task and terrain. Use movement-specific analysis to assess technique. Use situation-specific analysis to assess tactics.

Anatomy No Multi Non 3 N/A Indoor 6

Study the normal structure of the human body. Special attention is given to the skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems to increase the ski teacher’s understanding of how the skeleton and muscles line up for maximum efficiency in skiing specific movements.

At Your Service No Multi Non 3 N/A Indoor 6

Explore the affect of public perception on the snowsports industry, as well as the instructor’s role as a public relations arm of the home resort. To improve the ski teachers understanding of guest service and its relationship to the teaching model and the resort business.

Behavior Management Techniques No Multi Non 3 N/A Indoor 6

Participants will gain insight into handling behavioral issues that may arise in a lesson, including dealing with family relations; class-handling tactics for dealing with students who fall into the general classification of Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD), Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, (PTSD). Case studies and personal experiences will be the basis for discussion.

Biomechanics No Alpine 1 3 Blue 2 days on snow 12

Increases the ski teachers understanding of the mechanical principles affecting movement of the body and how both muscles and external forces on the skeletal structure affects a skier in motion.

Coaching High End Skiing No Alpine 2 3 Black 2 days on snow 12

This clinic will include skill development for coaching upper level skiing, movement analysis, prescriptive exercises, teaching methods and learning preferences. It will also focus on the creative use and mastery of practices outlined in the PSIA Core Concepts Manual. Open to Level II and Level III Members. For those pursuing Advanced Educator, candidates will be scored at the Alpine Level III Standard.

Communication Station No Multi Non 3 N/A Indoor 06

To sensitize instructors to the range of roles that communication plays in ski teaching, and to ensure that the messages sent are the ones that are meant to be sent. Participants will participate in a variety of group exercises involving many learning/teaching styles.

Course Setting and Drills No Race 1 3 Blue 2 days on snow 12

The design of this two-day course is to give the ski teacher/coach a comprehensive view on gate drills and course setting. Participants will understand the application of all gate types and how their use can enhance specific skier outcomes. Learn how to use gate drills to build a progression for skier improvement and use skill specific free skiing drills designed to develop modern slalom and GS techniques.

Detours Around Teaching Roadblocks No Alpine 1 3 Blue 2 days on snow 12

Do you have a reoccurring issue with your students, and you don’t understand why it’s happening or how to fix it? This clinic takes an in-depth look at the problems you have been experiencing and gives you the tools and solutions to have success with your students. Come prepared with the teaching roadblocks that you face, and we will help you find the detour to success!

Eastern Trainer Academy 101 No Alpine 2 3 Groomed Black 2 days on snow 12

This course is designed for alpine resort trainers who are in charge of staff training at their Snowsports School. It will focus on the providing a clear understanding of the Alpine Skiing Fundamentals, the National Standards, and how the fundamentals apply to the alpine skiing exams. Snowsports School Director’s Signature required on all applications.

Eastern Trainer Academy 201 No Alpine 2 3 Groomed Black 2 days on snow 12

This course is designed for alpine resort trainers who have previously completed ETA 101. What are the ingredients that separate a good teacher from a great teacher? The Learning Connection Model embraces three key components that are characteristics that great instructors share. The Technical Skills, the Teaching Skills, and the People Skills. In ETA 101 we focus primarily on the Skiing Fundamentals and the Technical Skills of the Learning Connection. In ETA 201 our focus will be on delivering those skills to the student. Come explore the Teaching Skills and the People Skills and discover how truly effective teachers work with their students. Snowsports School Director’s Signature required on all applications.

First Chair No Alpine Non Reg Groomed Blue 2 days on snow 12

A brand-new event that is open to both members and non-members, so bring a friend! With classes for skiers or snowboarders, this course is designed as an introduction to either AASI or PSIA. Whether you ride a snowboard or skis, you’ll spend two days ripping around a resort with an Ed Staff member and a group of like-minded snowsports instructors. You’ll explore new terrain, tactics, and techniques that will make you a better personal rider and will help you break down movements that are efficient and useful to become more accomplished all over the mountain. Snowsports School Director’s Signature required on all applications.

Freestyle Specialist 1 No Alpine 1 3 Terrain Park 2 days on snow 12

This course is designed for instructors who teach their guests in freestyle arenas from time to time. Participants are required to be able to teach and ski in the park at a “basic” level. You will review, and be assessed in, the basics of park and pipe (as available), skiing skills and teaching techniques. Click here for more information.

Freestyle Specialist 2 No Alpine/Snowboard 1 3 Terrain Park 2 days on snow 12

Freestyle Specialist 2 is the mid-level freestyle education course for PSIA and AASI, and includes an evaluation component. The course includes a written workbook; skiing/riding and teaching scenarios; and a technical discussion regarding how individuals learn and progress to intermediate zones. Participants will integrate their technical understanding of the ATML model and Smart Style with movement analysis and teaching activities for freestyle in the intermediate zones. Click here for more information.

Freestyle Specialist 3 No Alpine/Snowboard 1 3 Terrain Park 2 days on snow 12

Freestyle Specialist 3 is the expert-level freestyle education course for PSIA and AASI, and it includes an evaluation component. The course includes a written workbook; skiing/riding and teaching scenarios; and a technical discussion regarding how individuals learn and progress to advanced freestyle zones. Participants will integrate all knowledge, experience and skill for any and all applications of freestyle. Click here for more information.

Game Changing Teaching No Alpine 2 3 Blue 2 days on snow 12

This is a 2-day on-snow interactive teaching focused event. The event explores three distinct teaching areas known to affect performance changes. Participants will leave the event with a plan to coach areas of teaching that are likely to change their student’s performance. Participation in a thorough exploration of these on-snow activities will reinforce this impactful approach.

Gateway to Dynamic Skiing No Alpine 2 3 Black 3 days on snow 18

This event is designed to address the key areas in technique in relation to the Level III Skiing Standards and provide training advice to meet these standards. The event will focus on the following aspects of technique: Arcing both skis, Turning the legs independent of the torso, Agility and Versatility, Equipment, possible use of short shaped skis, possible use of gates and possible use of terrain park. Mountain conditions and terrain may or may not be suitable for some of these tasks. This course will be physically demanding, participants should possess the level of fitness and stamina to participate in this clinic.

History Comes Alive – Online No Alpine 1 3 N/A Online 06

Historical perspectives of how skiing techniques and the skills required to use them were developed; compares traditional and contemporary ski techniques. E-learning courses may be used for continuing education credit every four years.

History Comes Alive – On Snow No Alpine R 3 Blue 1 day on snow 06

Experience and practice skiing techniques and skills required to use early equipment as compared to traditional and contemporary ski techniques. It is recommended, not required, participants complete the e-Learning History of Snowsports prior to the on-snow course.

Level I College No Alpine Reg Reg Blue 5 days on snow 30

This five-day event will focus on basic skiing skills, teaching skills, and professional knowledge (which refers to technical and mechanical knowledge as well as to knowledge of guest service, PSIA, the ski industry, and risk management). The first three and a half days will consist of a combination of training and coaching the candidates in their areas of need(s). During Thursday afternoon and on Friday, an assessment as to the candidate’s ability to meet the Level I National Standard will be made. Candidates should be prepared to lead the group through some basic ski instruction scenarios. This course is physically challenging and participants should possess the level of fitness and stamina to participate in this clinic. Snowsports School Director’s signature is required.

Level I Exam No Alpine Reg Reg Blue Varies Varies

The Certified Level I process consists of an assessment of basic skiing skills, teaching skills, and professional knowledge (which refers to technical and mechanical knowledge as well as to knowledge of guest service, PSIA, the ski industry, and risk management). Candidates should be prepared to lead the group through some basic ski instruction scenarios. Please refer to the Alpine Exam Guide for complete details. We highly recommend reviewing the New National Standards. Snowsports School Director’s Signature required on all exam applications.

Level I Exam – Children’s Specialist 1 Combined No Alpine Reg Reg Blue 3 days on snow 18

Attain both your Alpine Level I Certification and Children’s Specialist 1 at this three day event. All participants must complete the Level I online component and the CS1 online component prior to the event. Both eLearning courses will help prepare the candidate for the on-snow evaluation. Each eLearning course takes a significant amount of time to complete, please plan accordingly. Save time and money by attending this three day event.

Level II College – Skiing Yes Alpine 1 1 Groomed Black 5 days on snow 30

The Alpine Level II College is a five-day event that will focus on exam tasks. Participants will be coached during the first three days, and on day 4 & 5, candidates will proceed through the exam evaluation process. Candidates will bank all performance areas or modules that they are successful in. This course is physically challenging and participants should possess the level of fitness and stamina to participate in this clinic. A Snowsports School Director’s signature is required for the exam.

Level II Exam – Skiing No Alpine 1 1 Groomed Black 2 days on snow 12

The Alpine Level II Skiing exam can be one day, two days, or five days. The Alpine Skiing Exam consists of three Performance Areas. They are Mountain Skiing, Versatility/Agility & Skiing at Skill Level. The candidate will ski a variety of tasks, demos, and skiing situations. At least two evaluators must determine that the required standards have been met, based on the skiing category of the National Skiing Standards, for a candidate to successful. If the candidate is successful in each of the three performance areas, that achievement will be good for the lifetime of continuous membership for that member. All exams are explained in detail in the exam guides available at www.psia-e.org/ed. We highly recommend reviewing the New National Standards. Snowsports School Director’s Signature required on all exam applications.

Level II Exam – Teaching No Alpine 1 1 Groomed Black 2 days on snow 12

The Alpine Teaching Exam consists of two modules. They are Creative Teaching and Movement Assessment and Teaching. The Creative Teaching Module is scored in the morning session and the Movement Assessment and Teaching in the afternoon session. The candidate must receive a passing score in both modules. All exams are explained in detail in the exam guide available at www.psia-e.org/ed. We highly recommend reviewing the New National Standards. Snowsports School Director’s Signature required on all exam applications.

Note: Attaining CS1 is required before a member is eligible to take the Alpine Level II Teaching Exam.

Level II Exam Prep Skiing Yes Alpine 1 1 Blue 2 days on snow 12

This clinic is conducted as a series of mock exam situations. You will be skiing in exam conditions while being evaluated by your trainer/examiner. A plan for exam strategies and training activities will be developed for you. This 2-day course is an excellent way to prepare for the exam especially if you are uncomfortable in exam situations.

Level II Exam Prep Skiing With Video Yes Alpine 1 1 Blue 2 days on snow 12

This clinic is conducted as a series of mock exam situations. You will be skiing in exam conditions while being evaluated by your trainer/examiner. Video of your skiing during the session will be taken. The trainer/examiner can then review with you your performance and your skiing skills both on the mountain and during video review sessions. A plan for exam strategies and training activities will be developed for you. This 2-day course is an excellent way to prepare for the exam especially if you are uncomfortable in exam situations.

Level II Exam Prep Teaching Yes Alpine 1 1 Blue 2 days on snow 12

This clinic is designed to help instructors become more adept at creating learning activities based on the needs of the student. The clinic will focus on familiarizing the participant with the Level II Teaching Modules. Skiing improvement is not the focus of this event. Each instructor will be able to select and effectively present an appropriate focus for a given situation, and to verbalize why the focus is applicable. You will have the opportunity to teach in exam conditions while being evaluated by your trainer/examiner.

Level III Exam – Skiing No Alpine 2 2 Black 2 days on snow 12

The Alpine Level III Skiing exam can be two days or five days. The Alpine Skiing Exam consists of three Performance Areas. They are Mountain Skiing, Versatility/Agility & Skiing at Skill Level. The candidate will ski a variety of tasks, demos, and skiing situations. At least two evaluators must determine that the required standards have been met, based on the skiing category of the National Skiing Standards, for a candidate to successful. If the candidate is successful in each of the three performance areas, that achievement will be good for the lifetime of continuous membership for that member. All exams are explained in detail in the exam guides available at www.psia-e.org/ed. We highly recommend reviewing the New National Standards. Snowsports School Director’s Signature required on all exam applications.

Level III Exam – Teaching No Alpine 2 2 Black 2 days on snow 12

The Alpine Teaching Exam consists of three modules. They are Creative Teaching, Movement Assessment and Teaching and Children and Youth module. The Creative Teaching Module is scored in the morning session and the Movement Assessment and Teaching in the afternoon session. If the candidate does not have Children’s Specialist 2 Professional designation, they would take the Children and Youth Module on day 2. The candidate must receive a passing score in all modules. All exams are explained in detail in the exam guides available at www.psia-e.org/ed. We highly recommend reviewing the National Standards. Snowsports School Director’s Signature required on all exam applications.

Level III Exam Prep Skiing No Alpine 2 2 Black 2 days on snow 12

This clinic will focus on refinement and mastery of skills and tactics needed for high level skiing situations and accurate performance of demos and tasks. Bump skiing will be included, but will not comprise a major part of the workshop. Movement analysis skills will be practiced and coached during skiing improvement activities.

Level III Exam Prep Skiing With Video No Alpine 2 2 Black 2 days on snow 12

This clinic will focus on refinement and mastery of skills and tactics needed for high level skiing situations and accurate performance of demos and tasks. Bump skiing will be included, but will not comprise a major part of the workshop. Movement analysis skills will be practiced and coached during skiing improvement activities. Video of your skiing will be taken during the session. The trainer/examiner can then review with you your performance and your skiing skills both on the mountain and during video review sessions. A plan for exam strategies and training activities will be developed for you. This 2-day course is an excellent way to prepare for the exam especially if you are uncomfortable in exam situations.

Level II Junior College Yes Alpine 1 1 Blue 3 days on snow 18

This event will familiarize participants with key activities that develop the fundamentals of expert skiing. Through coached practice of these activities, course conductors will provide a personalized training program. This is an excellent event for members interested in pursuing Level 2 Skiing certification. This course will be physically demanding, participants should possess the level of fitness and stamina to participate in this clinic.

Masters Academy No Alpine 3 3 Black 5 days on snow 30

Masters Academy, combined with the Snow Pro Jam, is the gathering spot for nearly 500 snowsports instructors, sponsors and guests from all over the East Coast. Only Alpine Level III Members may register for the Master’s Academy and ski with National Alpine Demonstration Team Members for five days. Most days include an après ski activity, culminating in a dinner and dance on Thursday evening. There’s also a “super raffle” – with exceptional prizes provided by our Sponsors and industry Partners to benefit the Education Foundation and Membership Scholarship Fund. Click here for more information.

Mini Academy No Alpine 1 3 Black 2 days on snow 12

If you’re an Alpine Certified instructor and want to ski with a member of the PSIA Alpine National Team, this is your opportunity. Prepare for the season, get some valuable feedback, and have fun doing it, all on the weekend without missing any work! Attendance is limited by the number of team members available, and the event often closes before the deadline, so make your plans early. Click here for more information.

Moguls 100 Yes Alpine 1 2 Blue 2 days on snow 12

This course will help the participant develop the basic skills and tactics necessary to link turns in bumps on blue terrain. The Intro to Bumps course assumes no previous experience skiing moguls, however part of the experience of the course will be skiing in the bumps. The ability to make a proficient short turn will significantly benefit the participant’s experience in this clinic.

Moguls 200 Yes Alpine 1 2 Blue 2 days on snow 12

This course will focus on refining basic skills and tactics and developing additional skills necessary to hold a line and short turn rhythm at moderate speed on blue terrain. Participants should be comfortable in blue terrain bumps.

Moguls 300 Yes Alpine 1 3 Black 2 days on snow 12

This course will focus on developing and refining essential skills and tactics necessary to ski bumps on black terrain. It will help participants who already ski black terrain bumps to handle more difficult lines, more speed, and more challenging conditions.

Moguls for Women Only Yes Alpine Reg 3 Blue 2 days on snow 12

This course is for female instructors only. Course content will be determined by the group’s goals and objectives as well as ability. Group may begin with basic skills and tactics and progress from there. Participants are expected to ski on mogul terrain. The ability to make proficient short turn will significantly benefit the participant’s experience. This is ideal for female members who want to be free to explore their skiing boundaries and develop new skills in a supportive environment.

Motor Learning No Multi Non 3 N/A Indoor 06

Designed to familiarize participants with the structure and function of neural tissue. To introduce principles of neurophysiology that are vital to an understanding of the nervous system’s capabilities, how it coordinates the activities of the body’s organ systems, and how these activities are adjusted to meet the changing situations and environmental conditions of the alpine world.

Movement Analysis 101 Yes Alpine 1 3 Blue 2 days on snow 12

This course will increase the instructor’s understanding of the cause-and-effect relationships of movements and their effect on performance. Participants will be able to describe cues to effective skiing movement patterns; determine cause-and-effect relationships of movement patterns and prioritize skill development for skiers; develop activities that target a skier’s needs given their particular movement pattern; and use skill specific analysis to assess the performance of one skill in a selected skier.

Movement Analysis 201 Yes Alpine 2 3 Black 2 days on snow 12

To increase depth and breadth of the ski teachers understanding of the cause and effect relationship of body movements and ski performance. To be concise, detailed, and capable of assessing advanced/expert zone skiers. For those pursuing Advanced Educator, candidates will be scored at the Alpine Level III Standard.

Outdoor Illness and Injury No Multi Non 3 N/A Indoor 06

A basic First Aid / First Responder Course appropriate for snowsports teachers. Learn basic first aid practices for dealing with accidents and injuries in the outdoor classroom environment.

Practical Teaching Yes Alpine 1 3 Blue 2 days on snow 12

TThis course explores the components of the Teaching and Service models to help instructors to teach a broader range of guests. Topics to be addressed include the pros and cons of different types of feedback; how to identify and adapt to different learning styles; effectively moving beyond task and command teaching styles to create understanding and performance improvements; and identifying the stages of learning and how to move our guests understanding to the next level. This course is a useful prerequisite for a teaching exam. For those pursuing Advanced Educator, candidates will be scored at the Alpine Level III Standard.

Senior Moguls Yes Alpine Reg 3 Groomed Black 2 days on snow 12

Focuses on the development of skills and tactics to link turns in blue and easy black bumps. The pace and intensity will accommodate “older legs.” Please note: the number of participants signed up will determine the ability to split into groups of varying ability.

Senior Skills Clinic No Alpine 1 3 Blue 2 days on snow 12

This course offers personal skiing improvement, teaching progressions and methodology, movement analysis, mechanics, equipment knowledge, and other information that is relevant to participant goals. Pacing and terrain selection will be determined by the group’s ability and goals.

Skiing 100 Yes Alpine Reg 1 Blue 2 days on snow 12

Skiing 100, formerly Development Series Skiing focuses on developing personal skiing skills. It will help participants develop strong fundamental skills and versatility, and will help them understand and use proper tactics for varying conditions and terrain.

Skiing 200 No Alpine 2 3 Black 2 days on snow 12

Skiing 200, formerly Master Series Skiing is a personal skiing improvement workshop. It focuses on refinement of fundamental skills and skill blending, and on developing some higher-level skills and a broader range of versatility. Participants will experience challenging situations and tasks and will work on skills and tactics to manage those challenges.

Skiing for Women Instructors No Alpine 1 3 Blue 2 days on snow 12

This educational event is specifically for female instructor participants. This is a great two days to be with female snowsports educators and improve your skiing skills.

Skiing Ungroomed Terrain No Alpine 1 3 Black 2 days on snow 12

Participants will explore the mountain and seek out ungroomed terrain, including trees and steeps and/or glades, while skiing within the boundaries of the ski resort. Safety and endurance are strictly adhered to in these clinics. Both technique and tactics will be taught and explored during this course. Take home some valuable tips and suggestions to make your experience more enjoyable. This course can be taken many times as the excitement of skiing conditions are seldom the same. Participants must possess strong skiing skills as well as a good level of fitness. All participants should feel comfortable skiing ungroomed and varying snow conditions. Helmets are recommended.

Snow Pro Jam Yes Multi Reg 2 Blue 5 days on snow 30

Pro Jam, combined with Masters Academy, is the gathering spot for nearly 500 snowsports instructors, sponsors and guests from all over the East Coast. Most days include an après-ski activity, culminating in a dinner and dance on Thursday evening. There’s also a “super raffle” – with exceptional prizes provided by our Sponsors and industry Partners to benefit the Education Foundation and Membership Scholarship Fund. Click here for more information.

Snowsports School Management Seminar No Multi Non 3 Blue 3 days in and out 18

This event promises to be informative and exciting as well as educational. To receive PSIA national accreditation, the director or technical director/supervisor must attend (annually) the Snowsports School Management Seminar, the Southern Snowsports School Management Seminar, or the National Academy. Although only the director or a staff trainer is required to attend, you will want to bring several of your trainers in order to take full advantage of the topics being offered. Click here for more information.

Spring Academy Yes Alpine Reg 3 Blue 4 day on snow 24

Get Ready to Ski Out West! These four days of skiing will provide a fun, dynamic and educational event for the end of the season. This event focuses on techniques and tactics to deal with the conditions du jour which helps prepare skiers for a broader range of conditions. The groups will be small with a maximum of 8 members per coach. Click here for more information.

Spring Rally No Multi Reg 3 Blue 2 days on snow 12

A super weekend of skiing, riding, training and skill improvement! There will be an “Après Ski Party” and spring celebration on Saturday afternoon at the mountain. And, don’t forget the Hannes Schneider Memorial Race held on Sunday. Click here for more information.

Stance & Alignment – on snow No Alpine Reg 3 Blue 2 days on snow 12

This course will explore the effects of proper and improper alignment due to equipment styles and modifications to that equipment. Proper boot fitting including canting, heel and toe lifting, shims and more will be explored. Experts in the field will help you experience what is beneficial to good skiing and what is not. This course provides a great way to fully appreciate and understand how important properly adjusted equipment is to effective skiing.

Teaching Women – On Snow No Alpine R 3 Blue 1 day on snow 06

This clinic will examine teaching women from a developmental perspective. This course will also address achievement motivation and other psychological issues prevalent in teaching women to ski.

Team Exam Prep No Alpine 3 3 Black 2 days on snow 12

ACE/DEV/DCL/ETS Team Prep events are optional clinics that will assist members who seek to develop beyond Level III. The primary focus of the clinic will be on high level skiing performance and the ability to see, understand, and describe the skiing movements of other participants. Clinic/teaching skills will be integrated into the primary event activities. Participants should show an interest in obtaining a position on the team. Click here for more information on the Development Team.

Trees & Steeps No Alpine 1 3 Black 2 days on snow 06

Participants must possess strong skiing skills as well as a good level of fitness. All participants should feel comfortable skiing ungroomed and varying snow conditions. The focus will be on developing and enhancing skills for skiing steep terrain and trees. Participants will be skiing on steep terrain and in trees according to the experience and ability level of the group. If there is more than one group, groups will be divided according to experience level. Helmets are recommended.

Update Clinic No Alpine 1 3 Blue 2 days on snow 12

Alpine Update Clinic (formally Alpine Workshop Clinics) are educational events that provide participants with up-to-date, comprehensive information about ATS, ski instruction, and the ski industry. The course offers personal skiing improvement, teaching progressions and methodology, movement analysis, mechanics, equipment knowledge, and other information that is relevant to participant goals.


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