Event Listings

As the season’s event details are finalized, the events will appear on this page. Choose from the list below to find out more about the event, the dates, locations and educational credit(s) for attending. You can also choose to view the event in the Event Calendar, which places them in a month-by-month view.

Jul
27
Fri
Online Written Exams (Level 1, 2 or 3)
Jul 27 2018 – Apr 30 2019 all-day

Event Specific Info

Prerequisites

General: PSIA-AASI Membership

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Offline registration is not available for this event.

Online Written Exams

(Professional Knowledge Exams)

Cost: 

  • Level 1 online exams – $10 per exam
    • Alpine
    • Adaptive (3/4 Track, Cog/Vi, Mono-Bi Ski)
    • Cross Country
    • Snowboard
    • Telemark
  • Level 2 and 3 online exams – $20 per exam
    • Alpine
    • Adaptive (3/4 Track, Cog/Vi, Mono-Bi Ski)
    • Snowboard
    • Telemark 

Please use the green button above to register for an online professional knowledge exam. You will be prompted to login into the PSIA-AASI (LMS) E-learning website. Use the same credentials as you do for the National Snowpros website to login. For more information and instructions on how to access the professional knowledge exams, CLICK HERE.

Open to: All PSIA-NW Members

Requirements:

  • PSIA-NW Membership
  • Level 1 online exam must be completed two weeks before the on-snow exam with a passing score sent to your trainer before you may participate
  • All Level 2 and 3 online exams must be completed with a passing score no less than 30 days prior to the on-snow exam module(s) you intend to take

 

What is E-Learning?

PSIA-AASI’s E-Learning site is a new resource for learning about all things snowsports education and training related. From becoming an instructor to learning about how to tune your equipment, the courses offered in our Learning Management System (LMS) will enhance your role as a pro.

 

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Oct
13
Sat
Tech Series – Wenatchee
Oct 13 – Oct 14 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 1-season credit per day

October 13th and 14th

Tech Series Fall Training in Wenatchee at the Red Lion Hotel.


Red Lion Lodging Information

Comfortable accommodations, complimentary Wi-Fi and a warm welcome awaits at Red Lion Hotel Wenatchee.

• Call (509) 663-0711 – press 0 for the front desk and provide them with your check-in Date and the group code PROS1013 for Red Lion Hotel Wenatchee
• Or, click on this link and it will take you right to The Red Lion website where you can book directly

Standard Room: Single $129.00, Double $129.00, Triple $139.00, Quad $149.00

Premium Room: Single $139.00, Double $139.00, Triple $149.00, Quad $159.00

Click here for PDF of Red Lion hotel info

 

Oct
15
Mon
Member School Conference
Oct 15 all-day

Event Specific Info

Credits: None

Prerequisites

General: None

Online registration is not available at this time.

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

This is training for directors and managers. Please contact your school director for more information.

Red Lion Lodging Info

• Call (509) 663-0711 – press 0 for the front desk and provide them with your check-in Date and the group code PROS1013 for Red Lion Hotel Wenatchee
• Or, click on this link and it will take you right to The Red Lion website where you can book directly

Standard Room: Single $129.00, Double $129.00, Triple $139.00, Quad $149.00

Premium Room: Single $139.00, Double $139.00, Triple $149.00, Quad $159.00

Click here for PDF of Red Lion hotel info

Oct
20
Sat
Spokane Fall Seminar
Oct 20 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Not Applicable
Credits: 1-season credit per day

Prerequisites

General: None

Online registration details coming soon - please check back.

Off-line registration details coming soon - please check back.

 Spokane – Saturday October 20th

Event Details: Fall Seminar at Gonzaga University, Spokane – Jepson Building – Registration in the foyer at 8am, sessions begin at 8:30am.

Driving directions to Gonzaga

Gonzaga University Map

Key Note Speaker

Information is TBD and will be posted here as it becomes available. Please check back thank you!

 


Summer is over. Fall has fallen, along with the leaves and rain in the lower elevations. The first dusting of snow has already fallen on most Northwest peaks. Winter 2018-2019 snowsports season is just around the corner. As in the past, Fall Seminar will be offered in three locations, making this season-opener event more accessible for everyone to attend.

Whether you are a Fall Seminar regular or a new participant, it is our goal to help you kick off your season with the latest and greatest information, and get your mind ready to keep up with your legs. We look forward to welcoming in the new season with you!

Registration and refreshments for this indoor event begin at 8:00am. At registration you will receive a packet of information along with your name badge, on the badge will be your room assignments. Classes begin promptly at 8:30am.

We are continuing to offer Fall Seminar to non-members. Please feel free to invite a non-member from your school to join you or someone who is interested in teaching this season and see why Fall Seminar is such a great pre-season educational event. Like regular members, non-members will need to register and pay the event fee to participate.

Oct
27
Sat
Portland Fall Seminar
Oct 27 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Not Applicable
Credits: 1-season credit per day

Prerequisites

General: None

Online registration details coming soon - please check back.

Off-line registration details coming soon - please check back.

Saturday October 27th

Event Details: Fall Seminar at UNIVERSITY OF PORTLAND – Registration begins at 8am and class sessions begin at 8:30am.

Driving directions to the University of Portland

University of Portland Campus Map

Key Note Speaker

This information is TBD and will be posted here as it becomes available. Please check back thank you!


Summer is over. Fall has fallen, along with the leaves and rain in the lower elevations. The first dusting of snow has already fallen on most Northwest peaks. Winter 2018-2019 snowsports season is just around the corner. As in the past, Fall Seminar will be offered in three locations, making this season-opener event more accessible for everyone to attend.

Whether you are a Fall Seminar regular or a new participant, it is our goal to help you kick off your season with the latest and greatest information, and get your mind ready to keep up with your legs. We look forward to welcoming in the new season with you!

Registration and refreshments for this indoor event begin at 8:00am in the Buckley Center. At registration you will receive a packet of information along with your name badge, on the badge will be your room assignments. Classes begin promptly at 8:30am.

We are continuing to offer Fall Seminar to non-members. Please feel free to invite a non-member from your school to join you or someone who is interested in teaching this season and see why Fall Seminar is such a great pre-season educational event. Like regular members, non-members will need to register and pay the event fee to participate.

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Oct
28
Sun
Seattle Fall Seminar
Oct 28 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Not Applicable
Credits: 1-season credit per day

Prerequisites

General: None

Online registration details coming soon - please check back.

Off-line registration details coming soon - please check back.

Seattle – Sunday October 28th

Event Details: Fall Seminar at Seattle Pacific University – Registration begins at 8am and class sessions begin at 8:30am.

General SPU Map Info: http://www.spu.edu/info/maps/index.asp
Gwinn Commons Building Map: http://www.spu.edu/info/buildings/gwinn/

Key Note Speaker

TBA-Information will be posted here as it becomes available. 

 


Summer is over. Fall has fallen, along with the leaves and rain in the lower elevations. The first dusting of snow has already fallen on most Northwest peaks. Winter 2018-2019 snowsports season is just around the corner. As in the past, Fall Seminar will be offered in three locations, making this season-opener event more accessible for everyone to attend.

Whether you are a Fall Seminar regular or a new participant, it is our goal to help you kick off your season with the latest and greatest information, and get your mind ready to keep up with your legs. We look forward to welcoming in the new season with you!

Registration and refreshments for this indoor event begin at 8:00am. At registration you will receive a packet of information along with your name badge, on the badge will be your room assignments. Classes begin promptly at 8:30am.

We are continuing to offer Fall Seminar to non-members. Please feel free to invite a non-member from your school to join you or someone who is interested in teaching this season and see why Fall Seminar is such a great pre-season educational event. Like regular members, non-members will need to register and pay the event fee to participate.

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Dec
1
Sat
Children’s Specialist 1 – Crystal
Dec 1 – Dec 2 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 2-season credit for event

Prerequisites

General: Level I Certified
Additional: Specialist quiz and workbook successfully completed prior to on-snow event

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

 

Please see the Children’s Specialist section of the website for more information and for details on the CS1 quiz and workbook.

PSIA-NW children’s educational curriculum follows the Children’s National Standard for education, a certificate based program.

Children’s Specialist 1 – Mt. Hood Meadows
Dec 1 – Dec 2 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 2-season credit for event

Prerequisites

General: Level I Certified
Additional: Specialist quiz and workbook successfully completed prior to on-snow event

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

 

Please see the Children’s Specialist section of the website for more information and for details on the CS1 quiz and workbook.

PSIA-NW children’s educational curriculum follows the Children’s National Standard for education, a certificate based program.

Dec
6
Thu
Snowboard L1 Exam-Birch Hill
Dec 6 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 1-season credit per day

Prerequisites

General: PSIA-AASI Membership
Additional: Level I online written exam must be completed with passing score two weeks prior to on-snow exam

Online registration details coming soon - please check back.

Off-line registration details coming soon - please check back.

This is the on-snow portion of the level 1 exam. Please make sure your synopsis and online written exam are done two weeks prior to the on-snow portion, or you will not be able to participate.

**This level 1 on-snow exam is led by the Northwest division and open to any PSIA-Northwest member in good standing. 

 

Dec
8
Sat
Children’s Specialist 1 – Summit West
Dec 8 – Dec 9 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 2-season credit for event

Prerequisites

General: Level I Certified
Additional: Specialist quiz and workbook successfully completed prior to on-snow event

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

 

Please see the Children’s Specialist section of the website for more information and for details on the CS1 quiz and workbook.

PSIA-NW children’s educational curriculum follows the Children’s National Standard for education, a certificate based program.

Senior Specialist 1 – Summit West
Dec 8 – Dec 9 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 2-season credit for event

Prerequisites

General: Level I Certified
Additional: Specialist quiz and workbook successfully completed prior to on-snow event

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

 

Please see the Senior Specialist section of this website for more information and for details on the quiz and workbook.

PSIA-NW senior educational curriculum is being developed in cooperation with other divisions and eventually will likely be a National Standard for education, a certificate based program.

Dec
11
Tue
Tech Series – Mt. Hood Meadows
Dec 11 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 1-season credit per day

The tech series is open to approved school trainers and divisional clinic leaders. Multiple dates and locations are offered.

Tech Series training dates at Mt. Hood Meadows:

December 11th

January 8th

February 5th

Tech Series – Snoqualmie
Dec 11 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 1-season credit per day

The tech series is open to approved school trainers and divisional clinic leaders. Multiple dates and locations are offered.

Tech Series training dates for Snoqualmie:

December 11th

January 8th

February 5th

 

Dec
13
Thu
Tech Series – Schweitzer
Dec 13 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 1-season credit per day

The tech series is open to approved school trainers and divisional clinic leaders. Multiple dates and locations are offered.

Tech Series training dates for Schweitzer:

December 13th

January 10th

February 7th

Dec
14
Fri
Tech Series – Sun Mountain
Dec 14 – Dec 16 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 1-season credit per day

The tech series is open to approved school trainers and divisional clinic leaders. Multiple dates and locations are offered.

 

 

 

 

Dec
15
Sat
Cross Country L1 Exam-Sun Mountain
Dec 15 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 1-season credit per day

Prerequisites

General: PSIA-AASI Membership
Additional: Level I online written exam must be completed with passing score two weeks prior to on-snow exam

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

This is the on-snow portion of the Cross Country level 1 exam and will be held at Nordic Fall College at Sun Mountain. Please make sure your synopsis and online written exam are done two weeks prior to the on-snow portion, or you will not be able to participate.

**This Cross Country level 1 on-snow exam is led by the Northwest division and open to any PSIA-Northwest member in good standing. 

 

 

Freestyle Specialist 1 – Summit West
Dec 15 – Dec 16 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 2-season credit for event

Prerequisites

General: Level I Certified
Additional: Specialist quiz and workbook successfully completed prior to on-snow event

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

 

Please see the Freestyle Specialist section of this website for more information and for details on the FS1 quiz and workbook.

PSIA-NW Freestyle educational curriculum follows the Freestyle National Standard for education, a certificate based program.

Nordic Fall College
Dec 15 – Dec 16 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 1-season credit per day

Prerequisites

General: PSIA-AASI Membership

Online registration details coming soon - please check back.

Off-line registration details coming soon - please check back.

Fall College 2011

Event Details

Ready for lots of skiing and general trackster fun as usual? You’ll be exploring the trails again this year led by the top track gurus in the Northwest. What more could you ask for? The clinic topics are broad enough to accommodate your goals and desires: ski improvement concepts and teaching concepts, in both Classic and Skate. And you’re welcome to attend either one day or both. We will also be offering the Level I exam on Saturday for current members.  A great event to kick off the start of a great season. Skate and classic cross country specific. Each session’s clinic needs a minimum of 5 people. If less sign up, we will “rearrange” clinics in order to best fit the group’s needs. Please Note: Depending on snow, we will either base out of the Sun Mountain Trails or the Mazama Trail system. Also Fall College will run either on snow or indoors, depending on what Mother Nature brings. We look forward to seeing you there. 

Banquet Details

Banquet details coming soon, please check back.

Lodging Information

Lodging details coming soon, please check back.

Senior Specialist 2 – Summit West
Dec 15 – Dec 16 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 2-season credit for event

Prerequisites

General: Level II Certified
Additional: Specialist quiz and workbook successfully completed prior to on-snow event

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

 

Please see the Senior Specialist section of this website for more information and for details on the quiz and workbook.

PSIA-NW senior educational curriculum is being developed in cooperation with other divisions and eventually will likely be a National Standard for education, a certificate based program.

 

Dec
29
Sat
Alpine L1 Exam-Eaglecrest
Dec 29 all-day

Event Specific Info

Tickets: Fully Supported by host area
Credits: 1-season credit per day

Prerequisites

General: PSIA-AASI Membership
Additional: Level I online written exam must be completed with passing score two weeks prior to on-snow exam

Online registration details coming soon - please check back.

Offline registration is not available for this event.

This is the on-snow portion of the level 1 exam. Please make sure your synopsis and online written exam are done two weeks prior to the on-snow portion, or you will not be able to participate.

**This level 1 on-snow exam is led by the Northwest division and open to any PSIA-Northwest member in good standing.