Education & Certification Events

Oct
2
Mon
Online Written Exams @ Online PSIA-AASI E-Learning
Oct 2 2017 – Mar 6 2018 all-day

Event Specific Info

Credits: None

Prerequisites

General: PSIA/AASI Membership

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Offline registration is not available for this event.

Online Written Exams

Please use the green button above to register for an online exam. You will be prompted to login into the PSIA-AASI LMS. Please use your same credentials from the National Snowpros site to login. From there you will be able to select available online exams to take.   

No Snowsports Directors Signature is required for the online portion of the exam, so you may register online if you wish.

The passing score is 75%

Members who wish to pursue the on snow exams for Level 2 or 3 will be required to pass the online Professional Knowledge exam 30 days prior to the on-hill exam process. For the Level 1 exam, please verify the timeline with your trainer. The online exam consists of randomly selected multiple-choice questions, and you will have a time limit, it will be further explained in your confirmation information.

Available now:

  • Alpine Online Written Exams: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3
  • Telemark Online Written Exams: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3 

 

Still in the works and coming soon:

  • Snowboard Online Written Exams: Level 1, Level 2, Level 3
  • Children Specialist and Freestyle Specialist online quizzes and online workbooks

 

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.
 

Open to: All PSIA-NW Members

Requirements:

  • PSIA-NW Membership
  • Level I online exam must be complete with a passing score sent to your trainer before you may participate in the on snow exam
  • 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 you intend to take

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Oct
21
Sat
Spokane Fall Seminar @ Gonzaga University
Oct 21 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: None

Online registration is now closed.

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

 **Online registration for Spokane Fall Seminar has now closed. Please call the office 206-244-8541 or email your application to us as we will be accepting registrations until Friday morning.

No walk-ins will be accepted at the event. 

Spokane – Saturday October 21st

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

**Please review the downloadable registration PDF above for full class descriptions if you are registering online.

Driving directions to Gonzaga

Gonzaga University Map

Key Note Speaker

Jeff is currently a training director for Crystal Mt and a Senior Manager of a compete team for F5 Networks. Jeff is frequently requested by account teams to provide subject matter expertise to secure competitive enterprise sales opportunities. Jeff regularly travels the world, presenting technical and strategy sessions at customer locations and conferences.  Jeff has given multiple keynote speeches around the world and presented to Presidents, Generals and Executives. He has given more than 2,500 speeches at the Microsoft Executive Briefing Center’s and has been the top speaker for 5 consecutive years and received numerous awards and accolades for his performance excellence.

Jeff’s word “I joined PSIA 13+ years ago, which introduced me to a community of caring people who love to share skiing with others. This community has given me so many wonderful friends and opportunities and at this point in my life, I want to give back to the PSIA-NW division. I see myself as not only a coach but also an ambassador, talking and helping anyone, anywhere, going wherever there is a need and getting people excited about PSIA-NW. At the end of the day, I love to be an evangelist, a teacher and a skier. “

Come prepared to be energized for the upcoming season as we discuss our relationship as a key component to the guest experience at the mountain. How we can be a driver in turning the person who is coming to “try it” into a lifelong snowsports enthusiast.

The Guest Experience

What is the guest experience really all about – what does it mean? We will travel waist deep into powder reviewing survey results and case studies on how the guest experience is the most important mountain resource to attract and retain guests. Then we will give guidance on how we can be the change agent to help our mountains achieve the highest level of customer satisfaction and returning for refills on face shots.

Jeff Johnson


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 2017-2018 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

1-day event, 1-season credit –  early bird rate: $80 on or before October 13th, full rate:$95 on or after October 14th.

Oct
28
Sat
Portland Fall Seminar @ University of Portland
Oct 28 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

 

Saturday October 28th


**Registration open for Portland Fall Seminar until October 25th. No walk-ins will be accepted at the event.

**Please review the downloadable registration PDF above to review full class descriptions if you are registering online.

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

Jeff is currently a training director for Crystal Mt and a Senior Manager of a compete team for F5 Networks. Jeff is frequently requested by account teams to provide subject matter expertise to secure competitive enterprise sales opportunities. Jeff regularly travels the world, presenting technical and strategy sessions at customer locations and conferences.  Jeff has given multiple keynote speeches around the world and presented to Presidents, Generals and Executives. He has given more than 2,500 speeches at the Microsoft Executive Briefing Center’s and has been the top speaker for 5 consecutive years and received numerous awards and accolades for his performance excellence.

Jeff’s word “I joined PSIA 13+ years ago, which introduced me to a community of caring people who love to share skiing with others. This community has given me so many wonderful friends and opportunities and at this point in my life, I want to give back to the PSIA-NW division. I see myself as not only a coach but also an ambassador, talking and helping anyone, anywhere, going wherever there is a need and getting people excited about PSIA-NW. At the end of the day, I love to be an evangelist, a teacher and a skier. “

Come prepared to be energized for the upcoming season as we discuss our relationship as a key component to the guest experience at the mountain. How we can be a driver in turning the person who is coming to “try it” into a lifelong snowsports enthusiast.

The Guest Experience

What is the guest experience really all about – what does it mean? We will travel waist deep into powder reviewing survey results and case studies on how the guest experience is the most important mountain resource to attract and retain guests. Then we will give guidance on how we can be the change agent to help our mountains achieve the highest level of customer satisfaction and returning for refills on face shots.

Jeff Johnson


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 2017-2018 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.

1-day event, 1-season credit –  early bird rate: $80 on or before October 13th, full rate:$95 on or after October 14th.

Oct
29
Sun
Seattle Fall Seminar @ Seattle Pacific University
Oct 29 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Seattle – Sunday October 29th

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

**Seattle Fall Seminar registration is open until October 25th. No walk-ins will be accepted at the event. 

**Please review the downloadable registration PDF above for full class descriptions if you are registering online.

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

Jeff is currently a training director for Crystal Mt and a Senior Manager of a compete team for F5 Networks. Jeff is frequently requested by account teams to provide subject matter expertise to secure competitive enterprise sales opportunities. Jeff regularly travels the world, presenting technical and strategy sessions at customer locations and conferences.  Jeff has given multiple keynote speeches around the world and presented to Presidents, Generals and Executives. He has given more than 2,500 speeches at the Microsoft Executive Briefing Center’s and has been the top speaker for 5 consecutive years and received numerous awards and accolades for his performance excellence.

Jeff’s word “I joined PSIA 13+ years ago, which introduced me to a community of caring people who love to share skiing with others. This community has given me so many wonderful friends and opportunities and at this point in my life, I want to give back to the PSIA-NW division. I see myself as not only a coach but also an ambassador, talking and helping anyone, anywhere, going wherever there is a need and getting people excited about PSIA-NW. At the end of the day, I love to be an evangelist, a teacher and a skier. “

Come prepared to be energized for the upcoming season as we discuss our relationship as a key component to the guest experience at the mountain. How we can be a driver in turning the person who is coming to “try it” into a lifelong snowsports enthusiast.

The Guest Experience

What is the guest experience really all about – what does it mean? We will travel waist deep into powder reviewing survey results and case studies on how the guest experience is the most important mountain resource to attract and retain guests. Then we will give guidance on how we can be the change agent to help our mountains achieve the highest level of customer satisfaction and returning for refills on face shots.

Jeff Johnson


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 2017-2018 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.

1-day event, 1-season credit –  early bird rate: $80 on or before October 13th, full rate:$95 on or after October 14th.

Nov
11
Sat
Tech Series Fall Training – Wenatchee @ Red Lion
Nov 11 – Nov 12 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: Level III Certified, Director approval for current season, Current Trainer and/or DCL

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

November 11th-12th

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


New! This season we have opened up **online registration for the tech series. Click the green register online button above to get started. Please note, the online registration is final once completed and the database does not have the capability yet to let you back in to make any changes. Take time to review the tech series calendar and your personal calendar beforehand so during online registration you can add all events you would like to attend. Or you may download the tech series application above as in past seasons to register.

Red Lion Lodging Information


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

Single, Double, Triple and Quad rooms $109 +tax/per night

Please follow one of these steps below to reserve your room reservation:
•Call (509) 663-0711 and provide them with your check-in Date and the group code PROF1109 for Red Lion Hotel Wenatchee
•Or, click here and it will take you right to our website where you can book directly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nov
13
Mon
Member School Conference
Nov 13 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Event Specific Info

Credits: None

Online registration is not available at this time.

Offline registration is not available for this event.

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

Dec
7
Thu
Alpine Level 1 On-Snow Exam-Birch Hill @ Birch Hill Ski&Snowboard School
Dec 7 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: PSIA/AASI Membership

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Offline registration is not available for this event.

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

 

 

 

Dec
8
Fri
Nordic Trainer, DCL and Examiner Training – Sun Mountain @ Sun Mountain
Dec 8 – Dec 10 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: Level III Certified, Director approval for current season, Current Trainer and/or DCL

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

Tech Series Nordic trainer, DCL and Examiner training at Sun Mountain.

Any trainer participating in the tech series must pay the $250 tech series program fee.

There is no fee for divisional clinic leaders. 

 

 

Dec
9
Sat
Children’s Specialist 1 – Snoqualmie @ Summit at Snoqualmie (area TBD)
Dec 9 – Dec 10 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: Level I Certified
Additional: Other - see below

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

Children’s Specialist 1 is a two-day, on snow, children’s education clinic introducing many ideas and theories on the way children grow, think and learn and how the participant can tap into these resources to help gain knowledge and application as an instructor working with the child specific client learning in the beginner to intermediate zone. The CS1 packet of information and workbook are available by accessing the PSIA‐NW website and downloading the material located on the Children’s page. The online quiz must be completed along with the workbook diligently completed, minimum two weeks before the clinic, in order to be eligible to participate on snow. Online quiz and workbook accuracy of a minimum of 80% is required.. All disciplines welcome.

Please see the Children’s Specialist section of this website.

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

Freestyle Specialist 1 – Snoqualmie @ Summit at Snoqualmie (area TBD)
Dec 9 – Dec 10 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: Level I Certified
Additional: Other - see below

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

A two day course available to any Level I or higher PSIA-AASI member. Principles of the ATML model, teaching cycle, theories and professional knowledge will be covered.

Identification of critical skills and skill blending including freestyle specific movement pattern techniques that allow for efficient outcomes. A FS 1 certificate is awarded based upon the degree of participation and understanding including the knowledge and comprehension and application and analysis of course material. 80% accuracy on the online exam and workbook are mandatory. Remember a copy of your completed workbook needs to be emailed to info@psia-nw.org two weeks before the event. Please bring your original with you to the event.

Please see the Freestyle Specialist section of this website.

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

Nordic Fall College @ Sun Mountain
Dec 9 – Dec 10 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: PSIA/AASI Membership

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

Fall College 2011

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 for Nordic on Saturday for current members.  A great event to kick off the start of a great season. Skate and classic cross country specific.

2-day event, 2-season credit, Cost $160 – attend both Saturday and Sunday

1-day event, 1 season credit, Cost $80 – choose Saturday or Sunday

Event Details

The 2017 Nordic Fall College Registration Application is available above for download or you may click on the online registration button to enroll online when signups open. 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

New this season, we will be offering a banquet at Fall College on Saturday evening. Cost is $38/per person. Choose from two delicious options: Pan Seared Salmon served with peach beurre blanc sauce, rice pilaf, and seasonal vegetables or London Broil served with brandy demi-glace, garlic mashed potatoes and seasonal vegetables. Both dinner options come with a caesar salad, bread and cheesecake, and coffee or tea. 

Lodging Information

For lodging phone Sun Mountain at 800.572.0493, mention you are with PSIA and they are offering rooms starting at only $91/night plus tax. Fall College will run either on snow or indoors, depending on what Mother Nature brings. We look forward to seeing you there.

Senior Specialist 1 – Snoqualmie @ Summit at Snoqualmie (area TBD)
Dec 9 – Dec 10 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: Level I Certified
Additional: Other - see below

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

SS 1 explores the fundamentals with specific focus on the beginning to intermediate skier. Principles of the senior specific models, teaching cycle, theories and professional knowledge will be covered. Identification of critical skills and skill blending including senior specific movement pattern techniques that allow for efficient outcomes. A SS 1 certificate is awarded based upon the degree of participation and understanding including the knowledge and comprehension and application and analysis of course material. 80% accuracy required on workbook. Make sure once you complete the workbook to send a copy to PSIA-NW two weeks before the on-snow portion. Bring your original copy with you to the event.

Please see the Senior Specialist section of this website.

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
12
Tue
Tech Series – Mt. Bachelor @ Mt. Bachelor
Dec 12 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: Level III Certified, Director approval for current season, Current Trainer and/or DCL

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

Tech Series training dates at Mt. Bachelor:

December 12th

January 16th

February 6th

 

Tech Series – Snoqualmie TBA @ Snoqualmie - TBA
Dec 12 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: Level III Certified, Director approval for current season, Current Trainer and/or DCL

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

Tech Series training dates for Snoqualmie:

December 12th

January 16th

February 6th

 

Dec
14
Thu
Tech Series – Schweitzer @ Schweitzer
Dec 14 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: Level III Certified, Director approval for current season, Current Trainer and/or DCL

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

Tech Series training dates for Schweitzer:

December 14th

January 18th

February 8th

Dec
15
Fri
Getting Your Feet Back Under You – Mt. Hood Meadows @ Mt. Hood Meadows
Dec 15 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: PSIA/AASI Membership

On-line registration details not available at this time

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

Getting Your Feet Back Under You

Has it been a few months (or more) since you have last been on the snow? Or just a few days this season so far. Come work the cobwebs out and start the season sliding on the right foot, and the left. We will have fun warming back up and getting our feet back under us.

1-day event, 1-season credit –  early rate: $80 on or before December 1st, full rate:$95 on or after December 2nd.

Getting Your Feet Back Under You – Snoqualmie @ Snoqualmie - Area TBA
Dec 15 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: PSIA/AASI Membership

On-line registration details not available at this time

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

Getting Your Feet Back Under You

Has it been a few months (or more) since you have last been on the snow? Or just a few days this season so far. Come work the cobwebs out and start the season sliding on the right foot, and the left. We will have fun warming back up and getting our feet back under us.

1-day event, 1-season credit –  early rate: $80 on or before December 1st, full rate:$95 on or after December 2nd.

Dec
16
Sat
Children’s Specialist 1 – Snoqualmie @ Summit at Snoqualmie (area TBD)
Dec 16 – Dec 17 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: Level I Certified
Additional: Other - see below

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

Children’s Specialist 1 is a two-day, on snow, children’s education clinic introducing many ideas and theories on the way children grow, think and learn and how the participant can tap into these resources to help gain knowledge and application as an instructor working with the child specific client learning in the beginner to intermediate zone. The CS1 packet of information and workbook are available by accessing the PSIA‐NW website and downloading the material located on the Children’s page. The online quiz must be completed along with the workbook diligently completed, minimum two weeks before the clinic, in order to be eligible to participate on snow. Online quiz and workbook accuracy of a minimum of 80% is required. All disciplines welcome.

Please see the Children’s Specialist section of this website.

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

Children’s Specialist 2 – Snoqualmie @ Summit at Snoqualmie (area TBD)
Dec 16 – Dec 17 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: Level II Certified
Specialist: Childrens Specialist 1, one full season as a CS1

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

To participate in the CS2 two day clinic the participant must hold a Level II certification or higher, have access to the Children’s Instruction Manual, Second Edition, 2008, and possess a willingness to fully engage, teach and participate in the two day event.

A minimum one full season separation between participating in the CS 1 and pursuing CS 2 is required. A season is defined by the parameters of the yearly seasonal guide distributed to membership each Fall. As well, the completion of the CS2 workbook and writing assignment is mandatory before candidates can participate, with the workbook due in the PSIA-NW office two weeks prior to the clinic date and will be returned during the event.

Online quiz and workbook accuracy of a minimum of 80% is required. The CS2 workbook and packet are accessible on the Children’s page of the PSIA‐NW website. A feedback form will be provided to each participant outlining the key components covered during the CS 2 and suggestions for future growth in the participant’s development as a children’s educator.

Please see the Children’s Specialist section of this website.

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

Freestyle Specialist 1 – Snoqualmie @ Summit at Snoqualmie (area TBD)
Dec 16 – Dec 17 all-day

Event Specific Info

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

Prerequisites

General: Level I Certified
Additional: Other - see below

REGISTER ON-LINE NOW

Download Printable Registration Form (PDF)

A two day course available to any Level I or higher PSIA-AASI member. Principles of the ATML model, teaching cycle, theories and professional knowledge will be covered.

Identification of critical skills and skill blending including freestyle specific movement pattern techniques that allow for efficient outcomes. A FS 1 certificate is awarded based upon the degree of participation and understanding including the knowledge and comprehension and application and analysis of course material. 80% accuracy on the online exam and workbook are mandatory. Remember a copy of your completed workbook needs to be received at PSIA-NW two weeks before the event. Please bring your original with you to the event.

Please see the Freestyle Specialist section of this website.

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