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How to Join

Why choose PSIA-AASI and the Eastern Division?

The Professional Ski Instructors of America (PSIA) and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (AASI), under the umbrella of the American Snowsports Education Association, are recognized as the leaders in snowsports education. We exist for the purpose of educating and certifying skiing and snowboard teachers through a full schedule of educational functions. The snowsports industry is served by our promotion of skiing and snowboarding as well as safe, practical instruction to the public.

How to join the team

To become a Registered member, you must be at least 15 years old and pay such dues and meet such other requirements as the Board of Directors may from time to time establish.


To become a REGISTERED member of PSIA-AASI Eastern Division, the REQUIREMENTS are:
  1. Be 15 years of age or older, at time of application.
  2. Complete a membership application and pay dues to the Association.
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The primary goal of PSIA-AASI Eastern Division is to provide the tools and events to allow our members to continually improve their snowsports instruction skills.

To remain a Registered member in good standing, it is your responsibility to:
  1. Pay dues on an annual basis (July 1 through June 30).
  2. Participate in an applicable event or exam the season you join or the following season, and maintain your education credit requirement once you are a Certified member.

When you choose to pursue your Level I Certification in your chosen discipline, you must meet the following requirements:

For all disciplines:
  1. You must be a current Registered Member of PSIA-AASI, in good standing.
  2. You must be 16 years of age or older, by time of the certification event.
  3. You must be a current employee of a snowsports school.
  4. You must have completed at least 50 hours of any combination of teaching and training at your home mountain.
  5. You must inform your school director of your intent to take the Level I Certification exam.
  6. PLEASE NOTE: 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. When you register for a Level I Exam, you are attesting that you have read and completed all requirements prior to taking the exam.
  7. Complete the required eLearning prerequisite course as required, prior to your on-snow event for Level I Certification.
  8. You should prepare by reading the exam guide specific to your discipline as well as the Teaching Snowsports manual. A digital version of this manual is available from the National office at Digital Manuals for Every Discipline – PSIA-AASI.
  9. Choose a Level I Exam event and register online, before the event registration closes.
  10. Once certified, click here for a summary of what is required to maintain PSIA-AASI Certification.
To participate in Alpine Level I Certification:

When you register for an Alpine Level I Exam, you are attesting that you have read and completed all requirements prior to taking the exam. A completed Alpine Level I eLearning course is required to be completed prior to your on-snow event for Alpine Level I Certification.

To participate in AASI (Snowboard) Level I Certification:

When you register for a Snowboard Level I Exam, you are attesting that you have read and completed all requirements prior to taking the exam. A completed Snowboard Level I eLearning course is required to be completed prior to your on-snow event for AASI Level I Certification.

To participate in Nordic Level I Certification:

When you register for an event to earn a Nordic Level I, you are attesting that you have read and completed all requirements prior to taking the exam. This discipline does not have an event with the formal title of Level I Exam. Instead, Registered members must attend a two day event in any of the upgrade or special events categories for either Cross Country or Telemark as appropriate. If you are not certified as either Cross Country or Telemark as appropriate, there will be a conductor’s evaluation for attaining the Level I Certification during the event.

To participate in Adaptive Level I Certification:

When you register for a Adaptive Level I Exam, you are attesting that you have read and completed all requirements prior to taking the exam. A completed online written exam in the specified discipline is required to be completed prior to your on-snow event for Adaptive Level I Certification.

IMPORTANT: If you are registering for an exam please make sure to review the requirements under the Education tab for your discipline BEFORE signing up.

PLEASE NOTE: While a school director’s signature is not required for exam registration, 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. When you register for a Level I Exam, you are attesting that you have read and completed all requirements prior to taking the exam.

All Level I Certifications are awarded based on the participant successfully demonstrating that they meet the teaching, skiing and/or riding standards as outlined in their discipline specific exam guide. Click here for a reference of exam guides.

Click here for a summary of what is required to maintain PSIA-AASI Certification.