FAQs & Answers

General (20)

What is a member required to do to maintain certification?

To maintain their PSIA-AASI certification, an Eastern member must renew their membership every season and obtain continuing educational clinic credits (CEUs) as outlined below to keep their certifications in good standing:

Active Certified Members:

CEU Management Policy
A certified member needs to obtain a minimum of 6 CEUs every membership year (July 1 – June 30.) Any CEU hours greater than 6 obtained in a membership year will be applied towards the CEU requirement for the following membership year only.

All Certified members regardless of age will be due for 6 credits every season or 12 credits every other season.


What if my schedule did not permit and I was unable to participate in my update in the season I was due?


If you fail to maintain these requirements and wish to reinstate at a later date, you would need to go through the reinstatement process.

Revised April, 2019

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requirements for re-certification
recertification
updates

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What are the changes to the Inactive policy?

Inactive Policy Clarification

In the past, Inactive was a dues category that was intended to be a temporary status for members who were not teaching and were unable to take educational updates in the short term. In practice, members in the Inactive Category weren’t required to take educational updates as long as they remained in the Inactive Category. In an effort to standardize the policies and processes across all of the divisions, our board of directors has agreed to the language of the national CEU Management Policy.

CEU Management Policy
A certified member needs to obtain a minimum of 6 CEUs every membership year (July 1 – June 30.) Any CEU hours greater than 6 obtained in a membership year will be applied towards the CEU requirement for the following membership year only.

All Certified members regardless of age will be due for 6 credits every season or 12 credits every other season.

New National Inactive Status:

• Inactive Status is intended to be a temporary status.
• You may choose “Inactive Membership Status” with PSIA-AASI even if you are still an actively teaching snowsports instructor.
• To retain Inactive Status you will now be required to take 12 CEU credits (either a 2-day event, two 1-day events or a combination with online courses) within a 4 year period that starts the season after your last update event.
• Pending completion of that requirement in the first four-year cycle, you have the option to continue your Inactive Membership Status for another 4 year cycle with the same 12 CEU credit requirement within the second cycle of four seasons.
• Membership cards for Inactive status members will indicate that the member is in Inactive Status.
• All benefits still apply, but sponsors may look at this in the future and adjust benefits as they see fit.
• Members can move back to Active status by catching up on their missed educational clinics, so a member who has only done 2 days of educational events in a 4-year period, will need to do 2 more days of events. A member who has been Inactive for 3 seasons would need 3 days of educational events to move back to Active status. Members will need to catch up with their educational credits in a single season.
• Age will not be a factor in how often educational updates are required. Every Active Category Certified member will need to take a 1-day event, or the equivalent, every season or a 2-day event every other season. Inactive status members will need to take 2 days of events within 4 seasons.

Alumni Membership Category

The Alumni Membership Category is now available to Eastern members. This dues category is intended for retired instructors with no plans to return to teaching snowsports.

• Intended for retired instructors
• Must have been a member for at least 10 years to qualify
• No educational updates are required, but members may attend clinics if they want
• Members will not be considered certified
• Benefits that require certification will be affected
• Member is still eligible for all benefits that don’t require certification
• Historical certifications will be listed on the member card
• Alumni Category dues will be $99.00 for the 2019-2020 season
• Will not be able to vote or hold office

 

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How do I order educational materials and books?

You can obtain certification pins and educational materials through the PSIA-AASI Eastern office in Albany, NY. We ask you to fax or mail us an order form with your credit card payment information.

Educational materials are also available through the Accessories Catalog from the national PSIA-AASI office.

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Where can I access the exam guides?

Click for the Alpine Education section.

Click for the AASI/Snowboard Education section.

Click for the Adaptive Education section.

Click for the Nordic Education section.

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When is the course/event schedule posted for the season?

We publish the fall course schedule and early-season event dates in the Summer Snow Pro. The full season event schedule is published in the Early Fall & Fall Snow Pro and is usually posted on our website by the first week of September. You can click here for the EVENT SCHEDULE page.

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How do I register for an event?

Online registration is available for most events! You can click here to go to the EVENTS SCHEDULE page, which has links to register online. Exams and some other select events are not eligible for online registration.

The event application form is available in most Snow Pro newsletters, or online – click here.  You can fax the form with your credit card information to (518) 452-6099, or you can mail the form, with your payment.

The event application and payment must be received in the office by the deadline to avoid a late fee of $25.  Applications cannot be processed without payment, and are considered late if separate payment arrives after the deadline.

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How is the application process for the Snow Pro Jam event different?

Because of its popularity and limited size, Alpine Snow Pro Jam & Master’s Academy registration is done differently from other events on our schedule. Complete details on the Snow Pro Jam and how to register are always outlined in the Summer Snow Pro, or click on this link.

NEW – Limited online registration is available on the day registration opens!

If you wish to mail or fax your application, please use the specific Snow Pro Jam registration form. If you have any questions about the process, be sure to contact the office prior to sending your application.

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How do I know if my event application was received and I am registered?

We e-mail confirmations to all members who register for an event. You are welcome to give us a call in the office to confirm that your application has been received. During the very busy season, please give us 24-48 hours before calling as we do try to process applications within that time frame. If it’s the deadline day, you can certainly call us and we will check. Other than that, waiting that day will make it easier for us to confirm your registration. Thanks for your understanding and assistance.

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What is the age at which an instructor can become a member?

You can become a Registered Member of PSIA-AASI Eastern Division when you are 15 years old or older.
You can become a Certified Member of PSIA-AASI Eastern Division when you are 16 years old or older.
Click here to find out how to join.

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Membership (16)

What is a member required to do to maintain certification?

To maintain their PSIA-AASI certification, an Eastern member must renew their membership every season and obtain continuing educational clinic credits (CEUs) as outlined below to keep their certifications in good standing:

Active Certified Members:

CEU Management Policy
A certified member needs to obtain a minimum of 6 CEUs every membership year (July 1 – June 30.) Any CEU hours greater than 6 obtained in a membership year will be applied towards the CEU requirement for the following membership year only.

All Certified members regardless of age will be due for 6 credits every season or 12 credits every other season.


What if my schedule did not permit and I was unable to participate in my update in the season I was due?


If you fail to maintain these requirements and wish to reinstate at a later date, you would need to go through the reinstatement process.

Revised April, 2019

Tags:
requirements for re-certification
recertification
updates

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What is the reciprocity offered for USSA Members?

All USSA Coaches Level 100 or higher may join PSIA Eastern Division as Alpine Level I Certified Members. In addition, USSA Coaches can attempt any certification exam up to their current level. For example, a Level 300 USSA Coach may attempt the Alpine Level II Exam or the Alpine Level III Exam. Any skiing performance area or teaching module which they have successfully attained, may be banked for life, based on continuous membership. USSA Coaches would be required to fulfill all required prerequisites prior to an exam attempt. If unsuccessful at the exam attempt, the USSA Coach would remain a PSIA Level I Member.

If you have any questions regarding this reciprocity or event requirements, please feel free to call or e-mail the office.

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What are the changes to the Inactive policy?

Inactive Policy Clarification

In the past, Inactive was a dues category that was intended to be a temporary status for members who were not teaching and were unable to take educational updates in the short term. In practice, members in the Inactive Category weren’t required to take educational updates as long as they remained in the Inactive Category. In an effort to standardize the policies and processes across all of the divisions, our board of directors has agreed to the language of the national CEU Management Policy.

CEU Management Policy
A certified member needs to obtain a minimum of 6 CEUs every membership year (July 1 – June 30.) Any CEU hours greater than 6 obtained in a membership year will be applied towards the CEU requirement for the following membership year only.

All Certified members regardless of age will be due for 6 credits every season or 12 credits every other season.

New National Inactive Status:

• Inactive Status is intended to be a temporary status.
• You may choose “Inactive Membership Status” with PSIA-AASI even if you are still an actively teaching snowsports instructor.
• To retain Inactive Status you will now be required to take 12 CEU credits (either a 2-day event, two 1-day events or a combination with online courses) within a 4 year period that starts the season after your last update event.
• Pending completion of that requirement in the first four-year cycle, you have the option to continue your Inactive Membership Status for another 4 year cycle with the same 12 CEU credit requirement within the second cycle of four seasons.
• Membership cards for Inactive status members will indicate that the member is in Inactive Status.
• All benefits still apply, but sponsors may look at this in the future and adjust benefits as they see fit.
• Members can move back to Active status by catching up on their missed educational clinics, so a member who has only done 2 days of educational events in a 4-year period, will need to do 2 more days of events. A member who has been Inactive for 3 seasons would need 3 days of educational events to move back to Active status. Members will need to catch up with their educational credits in a single season.
• Age will not be a factor in how often educational updates are required. Every Active Category Certified member will need to take a 1-day event, or the equivalent, every season or a 2-day event every other season. Inactive status members will need to take 2 days of events within 4 seasons.

Alumni Membership Category

The Alumni Membership Category is now available to Eastern members. This dues category is intended for retired instructors with no plans to return to teaching snowsports.

• Intended for retired instructors
• Must have been a member for at least 10 years to qualify
• No educational updates are required, but members may attend clinics if they want
• Members will not be considered certified
• Benefits that require certification will be affected
• Member is still eligible for all benefits that don’t require certification
• Historical certifications will be listed on the member card
• Alumni Category dues will be $99.00 for the 2019-2020 season
• Will not be able to vote or hold office

 

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What is the age at which an instructor can become a member?

You can become a Registered Member of PSIA-AASI Eastern Division when you are 15 years old or older.
You can become a Certified Member of PSIA-AASI Eastern Division when you are 16 years old or older.
Click here to find out how to join.

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How much are dues for the season?

Membership renewal statements are mailed annually in May, and must be renewed by June 30th to avoid a late fee. The rate will vary based on your membership type. If you become a Registered or Certified member, you pay both divisional and national dues in order to participate in all of the programs and benefits of both organizations.

For the 19-20 season; $69 of your dues goes to the National PSIA-AASI organization, while $72 goes to support our Eastern office and programs.

  • Registered (15+) – $141
  • Certified (16+) – $141
  • Alumni – $99

You may also now pay your dues by opting in to our new convenient quarterly auto-pay program that will automatically charge $35.25 to your credit card or debit from your checking account via a PayPal account.

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How does the quarterly auto-pay dues program work and how do I sign up?

We have extended the grace period for renewing your membership dues to give the programmers time to finish adding the quarterly payment option and give you time to take advantage of this new program while renewing your dues.

You will have until August 21 to complete your renewal before any late fees are applied.


Click here for information on how to renew and sign up!

It’s very simple. Just sign up once and forget about it. Your dues will be split into four smaller payments of $35.25 each (for Registered or Certified members in Active or Inactive status in the 19-20 season) and charged to your credit card or debited from your checking account through PayPal on June 30, September 30, December 30 and March 30 during the 2019-20 membership year.

Here’s the fine print:

  • Membership dues are split into four smaller payments. There are NO service or admin charges.
  • Any additional fees and/or donations are charged in the first payment only.
  • Draw dates are June 30, September 30, December 30 and March 30.
  • If you join or renew after the first draw date, you’ll pay the missed payments up front.
  • Credit card will be kept on file or you can opt to set up a PayPal account for free and assign a debit to your checking account.
  • By opting into this program you are agreeing to payment for an entire season of membership.
  • Membership will continue to renew automatically each year until you provide notice to terminate automatic charges/withdrawals.

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What is the Reinstatement Process?

The reinstatement process was set up to provide former members a path to return to active membership without loss of their prior certification level. If you were a member of PSIA-AASI in the past, and are interested in reinstating with us, please fill out the Reinstatement Request Form or fax or e-mail that information to the PSIA-AASI Eastern Division office.

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I just passed an exam, but I don’t see my new certification on my record. Why is that?

We process exam events back into the database ASAP when we have received all of the information from the event back in the office. Sometimes that can take time to get the paperwork. Your record should reflect your new status once we process the paperwork back into the system. If you still do not see your new certification within a reasonable time (a few weeks), or if there is some urgency to access a program and this delay is causing difficulty, please call us in the PSIA-AASI Eastern office and we will try to assist.

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How do I transfer from the Eastern Division to another division?

If you are planning to relocate, you can transfer your membership to another division or you can maintain a dual-membership and continue to be an Eastern member as well. By retaining your Eastern membership, you will continue to receive our Snow Pro divisional newsletter and keep up-to-date on events and happenings here. To begin the transfer process, complete the Transfer Request Form or fax or e-mail that information to the PSIA-AASI Eastern Division office.

Please keep in mind if you want to transfer and not remain a dual member, it is best to transfer in the spring when you receive your membership renewal (before June 30th) to avoid paying extra fees. If you transfer mid-season, you will have to pay $25 to the new division, as well as what you have paid to the Eastern Division, for the current season. You would not be required to pay additional national dues. Only members in good standing are eligible to transfer.

We do our best to process transfer requests to the other division in a timely manner. If your request is made during the off-season, we can accommodate you more quickly. Thank you for understanding.

Feel free to check with us on the status of your transfer at any time. If you have not been contacted by the other division within a reasonable amount of time, we suggest you contact them by phone to complete your transfer. Contact information for the PSIA-AASI divisional offices is listed on the national Member Services site.

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How do I transfer from another division to the Eastern Division?

The process of transferring begins with the division where you are a current member. Once they send the request, we handle it after that. Please contact your current division.

In the meantime, glance at our schedule. If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to call us in the office.

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Education (20)

What is a member required to do to maintain certification?

To maintain their PSIA-AASI certification, an Eastern member must renew their membership every season and obtain continuing educational clinic credits (CEUs) as outlined below to keep their certifications in good standing:

Active Certified Members:

CEU Management Policy
A certified member needs to obtain a minimum of 6 CEUs every membership year (July 1 – June 30.) Any CEU hours greater than 6 obtained in a membership year will be applied towards the CEU requirement for the following membership year only.

All Certified members regardless of age will be due for 6 credits every season or 12 credits every other season.


What if my schedule did not permit and I was unable to participate in my update in the season I was due?


If you fail to maintain these requirements and wish to reinstate at a later date, you would need to go through the reinstatement process.

Revised April, 2019

Tags:
requirements for re-certification
recertification
updates

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What is the policy for taking exams in another division?

Eastern Division members may take an exam in another division if they request permission from the Director of Education & Programs in the Eastern Division at least 3 weeks prior to the exam date.

If the request is approved, the Eastern Division will e-mail approval to the exam hosting division. It is not necessary for a Eastern Division member to transfer to or maintain dual-membership with the division hosting the exam.

Division exam formats may vary. You need to meet all the requirements and prerequisites of the other Division and pass all the components of their exam. Partial passes in separate Divisions do not count for full certification. No part of an exam may be counted toward the exam process in Eastern Division or any other division should you return or relocate.

If the candidate attains a new certification level, the hosting division will issue the appropriate pin and certificate to the member.

If you would like more information, please call the office at (518) 452-6095, or e-mail for more details.

Revised April, 2019

 

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What is the reciprocity offered for USSA Members?

All USSA Coaches Level 100 or higher may join PSIA Eastern Division as Alpine Level I Certified Members. In addition, USSA Coaches can attempt any certification exam up to their current level. For example, a Level 300 USSA Coach may attempt the Alpine Level II Exam or the Alpine Level III Exam. Any skiing performance area or teaching module which they have successfully attained, may be banked for life, based on continuous membership. USSA Coaches would be required to fulfill all required prerequisites prior to an exam attempt. If unsuccessful at the exam attempt, the USSA Coach would remain a PSIA Level I Member.

If you have any questions regarding this reciprocity or event requirements, please feel free to call or e-mail the office.

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Will any event fulfill the continuing educational credit requirements? Even in another discipline?

Yes, any two day (minimum) clinic will fulfill the continuing education credit (CEU) requirement, even a cross-over into another discipline. Actually, that’s a fun way to try something new and get your credits in as well! A Certified member needs to obtain a minimum of 6 CEU’s every membership year (July 1 – June 30.) Any CEU hours greater than 6 obtained in a membership year will be applied towards the CEU requirement for the following membership year only.

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What if my schedule did not permit, and I was unable to participate in an educational event in the season I was “due?”

As an active member, you will have an educational delinquency fee ($50 for the first season overdue, or $75 for the second season overdue) billed on your next membership renewal if you do not obtain your continuing education credit in the season you are due. This is an automatic waiver built into your active membership, and an educational waiver can be used for a maximum of two seasons.

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What if I had a medical reason as to why I was unable to participate in an educational event in the season I was “due?”

As an active Certified member, if you do not obtain your continuing education credit in the season you are due, you will have an educational delinquency fee ($50 for the first season overdue, or $75 for the second season overdue) billed on your next membership renewal. If you are not able to physically attend an event for a medical reason in the season that you are due, please submit a request for a medical waiver by having your doctor write a note stating that you are unable to fulfill your on-snow requirements in this season and why, and send that to us via fax at (518) 452-6099, or mail/e-mail (psia-e@psia-e.org). We will then grant you a medical waiver for that season, and you would not be charged the delinquency fee on the next membership renewal. You would then be required to take your event the following season to maintain your active membership status.

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Can I take an exam in another PSIA/AASI division?

Eastern members may take an exam in another division if they are working and residing in that division. PSIA-E/AASI members must provide written confirmation of employment and permission to take the exam from the Ski School Director for whom they are currently employed. This documentation and a letter of request must be provided to the PSIA-E/AASI office prior to registering or taking an exam, and at least 3 weeks prior. If the request is approved, the Eastern Division will then provide written approval to the exam hosting division. It is not necessary for a PSIA-E/AASI member to transfer to or maintain dual-membership with the division hosting the exam.

The entire exam (all parts, including any prerequisites required in that division) must be passed in ONE division. No part of any exam may be counted toward the exam process in PSIA-E/AASI or vice versa should you return or relocate.

Exam results are passed on to the PSIA-E/AASI division office from the testing division as soon as possible (generally within a few weeks). After receipt of the results, the Eastern office will record the pass/fail results as well as the new level, if appropriate. If the candidate has attained a new certification level, the hosting division will issue the appropriate pin and certificate to the member.

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Can I attend non-exam events in another PSIA/AASI division?

Yes, you can attend educational events in other divisions. Educational events held by another division will count toward your continuing education requirement. Please make sure you are doing enough days/hours to fulfill you requirement.

There are specific requirements to request to take an exam in another division.

Please ask the other division to send us official notification after the event, so that you are given credit for attendance. To be sure, you may follow up at the end of the season with the Eastern office to confirm that we have your event attendance posted as educational credit on your record.

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Can I attend non-PSIA/AASI clinics for credit?

In order to get credit for a non-PSIA/AASI event, we require a written request for approval of the event in advance. The request must provide us with details of what the event will entail and its duration. Eastern members may only attend one non-PSIA clinic for credit every 4 years.

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How do I order educational materials and books?

You can obtain certification pins and educational materials through the PSIA-AASI Eastern office in Albany, NY. We ask you to fax or mail us an order form with your credit card payment information.

Educational materials are also available through the Accessories Catalog from the national PSIA-AASI office.

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Events (20)

What is a member required to do to maintain certification?

To maintain their PSIA-AASI certification, an Eastern member must renew their membership every season and obtain continuing educational clinic credits (CEUs) as outlined below to keep their certifications in good standing:

Active Certified Members:

CEU Management Policy
A certified member needs to obtain a minimum of 6 CEUs every membership year (July 1 – June 30.) Any CEU hours greater than 6 obtained in a membership year will be applied towards the CEU requirement for the following membership year only.

All Certified members regardless of age will be due for 6 credits every season or 12 credits every other season.


What if my schedule did not permit and I was unable to participate in my update in the season I was due?


If you fail to maintain these requirements and wish to reinstate at a later date, you would need to go through the reinstatement process.

Revised April, 2019

Tags:
requirements for re-certification
recertification
updates

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What is the policy for taking exams in another division?

Eastern Division members may take an exam in another division if they request permission from the Director of Education & Programs in the Eastern Division at least 3 weeks prior to the exam date.

If the request is approved, the Eastern Division will e-mail approval to the exam hosting division. It is not necessary for a Eastern Division member to transfer to or maintain dual-membership with the division hosting the exam.

Division exam formats may vary. You need to meet all the requirements and prerequisites of the other Division and pass all the components of their exam. Partial passes in separate Divisions do not count for full certification. No part of an exam may be counted toward the exam process in Eastern Division or any other division should you return or relocate.

If the candidate attains a new certification level, the hosting division will issue the appropriate pin and certificate to the member.

If you would like more information, please call the office at (518) 452-6095, or e-mail for more details.

Revised April, 2019

 

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Will any event fulfill the continuing educational credit requirements? Even in another discipline?

Yes, any two day (minimum) clinic will fulfill the continuing education credit (CEU) requirement, even a cross-over into another discipline. Actually, that’s a fun way to try something new and get your credits in as well! A Certified member needs to obtain a minimum of 6 CEU’s every membership year (July 1 – June 30.) Any CEU hours greater than 6 obtained in a membership year will be applied towards the CEU requirement for the following membership year only.

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What if my schedule did not permit, and I was unable to participate in an educational event in the season I was “due?”

As an active member, you will have an educational delinquency fee ($50 for the first season overdue, or $75 for the second season overdue) billed on your next membership renewal if you do not obtain your continuing education credit in the season you are due. This is an automatic waiver built into your active membership, and an educational waiver can be used for a maximum of two seasons.

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What if I had a medical reason as to why I was unable to participate in an educational event in the season I was “due?”

As an active Certified member, if you do not obtain your continuing education credit in the season you are due, you will have an educational delinquency fee ($50 for the first season overdue, or $75 for the second season overdue) billed on your next membership renewal. If you are not able to physically attend an event for a medical reason in the season that you are due, please submit a request for a medical waiver by having your doctor write a note stating that you are unable to fulfill your on-snow requirements in this season and why, and send that to us via fax at (518) 452-6099, or mail/e-mail (psia-e@psia-e.org). We will then grant you a medical waiver for that season, and you would not be charged the delinquency fee on the next membership renewal. You would then be required to take your event the following season to maintain your active membership status.

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Can I take an exam in another PSIA/AASI division?

Eastern members may take an exam in another division if they are working and residing in that division. PSIA-E/AASI members must provide written confirmation of employment and permission to take the exam from the Ski School Director for whom they are currently employed. This documentation and a letter of request must be provided to the PSIA-E/AASI office prior to registering or taking an exam, and at least 3 weeks prior. If the request is approved, the Eastern Division will then provide written approval to the exam hosting division. It is not necessary for a PSIA-E/AASI member to transfer to or maintain dual-membership with the division hosting the exam.

The entire exam (all parts, including any prerequisites required in that division) must be passed in ONE division. No part of any exam may be counted toward the exam process in PSIA-E/AASI or vice versa should you return or relocate.

Exam results are passed on to the PSIA-E/AASI division office from the testing division as soon as possible (generally within a few weeks). After receipt of the results, the Eastern office will record the pass/fail results as well as the new level, if appropriate. If the candidate has attained a new certification level, the hosting division will issue the appropriate pin and certificate to the member.

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Can I attend non-exam events in another PSIA/AASI division?

Yes, you can attend educational events in other divisions. Educational events held by another division will count toward your continuing education requirement. Please make sure you are doing enough days/hours to fulfill you requirement.

There are specific requirements to request to take an exam in another division.

Please ask the other division to send us official notification after the event, so that you are given credit for attendance. To be sure, you may follow up at the end of the season with the Eastern office to confirm that we have your event attendance posted as educational credit on your record.

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Can I attend non-PSIA/AASI clinics for credit?

In order to get credit for a non-PSIA/AASI event, we require a written request for approval of the event in advance. The request must provide us with details of what the event will entail and its duration. Eastern members may only attend one non-PSIA clinic for credit every 4 years.

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How long must I wait before attempting my Level II certification?

The Alpine discipline no longer has a requirement that you be in your 2nd season of membership to begin the Level II Exam process, or in your 3rd season to attend a Level II Teaching Exam.

Please keep in mind that a prerequisite is valid for the season you take it and the following season.

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What are the prerequisites for Level II or III exams?

Each discipline has different requirements:

Click on this link for Alpine prerequisites.

Click on this link for AASI prerequisites.

Click on this link for Nordic prerequisites.

Currently, there are no prerequisite requirements for Adaptive exams.

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