The calendar is still being updated with events, please continue to check back for updates.

If at any time you have questions please call/text us 206-244-8541 or email

We are working to place online, and on snow, events for you. The only constant is change, we hope less than last year. Please check our COVID page for any updates due to the virus. If you don’t feel well, let us know and stay home. Before any on snow event, we will have a list of health questions for you to complete. On snow events will be direct to lift, your car your “chalet” for the day, masks are required, social distancing expected, following all resort rules, and loads of patience :). 

And the usual, we make every effort to run all events. If the event you are registering for cancels for any reason, we will notify you.

Education Credits

Continuing education (CEU) events are designed to help you learn and grow as a snowsports professional. They also serve as an opportunity for you to keep up-to-date on the latest techniques and trends in your discipline. Every certified member of the NW Division is required to attend at least 6 CEU each season (usually one day on snow). 

All events, online sessions, etc. will list the number of CEUs provided.

Note on Education Credits

You may only accrue up to 12 CEU; i.e. if you attend a one-day event in January for 6 credits, then take an exam in March which provides 12 credits, the total credits will be 18, and take care of things for the current season and the next. You can always check your credits by looking at your profile at

Cancellation and Refund Policy

  • Full refund less $30 admin fee for cancellation 10 business days from event
  • No refund for cancellation less than 10 business days from event
  • No show, no refunds
  • A complimentary event transfer (requested 7 days before original registered event) can be performed one time, after that, there is a $30 admin fee for each event transfer
  • Our admin fees are non-refundable

Request for Non-PSIA-AASI Credit

To receive credit for a non-PSIA-AASI event, we require a request for approval of the event in advance. The request must provide us with details of what the event will entail and its duration. Complete the downloadable form below and e-mail to

Request Form

The “Outside” credit policy allows members to count certain non-PSIA-AASI functions towards continuing educational credit, contingent upon pre-approval, and a $35.00 administration fee. It is important to remember this request can only be used once every three seasons. The purpose of this policy is to allow members who wish to broaden their base of experience to do so, while at the same time meet their continuing education requirements. Please note, requests need to be completed for participation or attendance of outside events occurring in the current season.

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Alpine Remote Movement Analysis 101

Day 1: Tuesday, May 4, 2021 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Day 2: Tuesday, May 11, 2021 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Day 3: Tuesday, May 18, 2021 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Day 4: Tuesday, May 25, 2021 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Day 5: Tuesday, June 1, 2021 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
Day 6: Tuesday, June 8, 2021 from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
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Event Type: Webinar

Location: Online with Northwest

Registration Information:
– Cost: $120.00
– CEUs: 6

: Current PSIA-AASI Membership

Registration Deadline: Sunday, May 2, 2021, 11:59 pm

This event has been recently added to the calendar.

Online Registration: CLOSED

Offline Registration: Contact the division office.

Additional Event Details:

Alpine Remote Movement Analysis 101

Remote Movement Analysis 101 – Observation and Evaluation

Build your observation and evaluation skills in this introductory and interactive 6 week course with an experienced PSIA-NW MA facilitator. Each session you will expand your abilities through a guided review of a series of film clips selected to build accuracy in identifying tool snow interactions related to a wide variety of intended outcomes. After gaining basic proficiency in the observation realm, you will learn how to accurately identify cause and effect relationships between body movements and tool snow outcomes. Each session will provide opportunities to hone your terminology and delivery using break-out discussion pods and whole class summaries. Look forward to seeing you there.


Attendance for all 6 weeks – May 4th through the 8th of June from 530pm – 7pm pacific.

Attendance at a 30 minute tech testing session (scheduled for Monday the 3rd of May at 6:00pm). This is mandatory and provides an opportunity for you to log on and test out your equipment, troubleshoot things with the clinician, and make sure everything is in good working order before the first class.

Make sure you will be able to participate fully by ensuring all of your technology is properly setup. Minimum requirements are:

  • System – Laptop, computer, or large tablet (with stand) that gives you enough screen space to see the videos and each other. A phone will not be enough screen space for this class.

  • Video Camera – Built in or separate. If you don’t have a camera – Logitech is a good brand with some less expensive options on Amazon 

  • Microphone – built in computer microphones are terrible for video calls so you will need a headset or nice pair of earbuds with a microphone attached.

  • Internet Speed – The video call software we will be using is Zoom. It has recommendations here.  For our class you should have at a minimum of 1.5Mbps/1.5Mbps (up/down).