To pay your dues online, please click on the button above or at the bottom of this page. June 30th continues to be the date for paying on time.
Of course you may always phone member services and pay over the phone (206.244.8541) or snail mail it back to us at 338 N. Wenatchee Avenue, Wenatchee, WA 98801.
Have questions about your invoice before you pay? Find below FAQs pertaining to renewing your membership.
Yep, it’s the annual renewal dues billing for your membership. Remember all the great things you get out of it! Great clinics, gear, clothing, professional journals, all at member pricing.
Simply, this is the information on record for you, such as your name, phone number and email address. Please update any of this information when renewing your membership – accurate information will ensure our ability to communicate with you in an effective and timely manner.
You are now able to designate the ski and snowboard school(s) you work for, that’s right, plural is possible. Being the overachiever you are, if you work for more than one school you can list both of them.
This refers to your certification, alpine (A), snowboard (S), adaptive (H), snowboard adaptive (X), telemark (TM) or track/cross-country (CC) and the level you are, be it 1, 2 or 3. Additionally the nationally recognized children’s and freestyle specialist programs are denoted with CS1 or CS2, FS1, FS2 or FS3, currently the senior specialist program is not nationally recognized and will not be listed on your invoice – rest assured, it’s on file in your education history and will print out as a Northwest specialist on your card which will be mailed out to you after your dues have been received.
Every season you need to participate in a one day event. If you participate in a multi-day event, then you would need to participate in something not the immediate next season, but the following season. A season for us is just like a season for you in snowsports. Our fiscal year runs July 1 – June 30, so participating in anything on the calendar for the current season provides you credit for the season, be it participating in something in October or April of the season. If you have any questions or this is confusing, please give us a call, we’re happy to review your education history and go over it with you.
Last Education Credit Listed
The date listed is the date of the last continuing education event you attended. For example, if you attended both days of the rockin’ Spring Symposium this season, only the last date would be listed – we still know you were in attendance for both days, the computer can only list one date – the last education credit you attained.
If you weren’t able to attend a continuing education event, aka a clinic, this season you may see a line item for a Northwest Educational Extension Waiver for $35. This Education Extension Waiver will get you back to current on your education credit but make sure next season to continue your growth as an instructor by participating in a PSIA or AASI clinic.
You really like Tommy Ridesalot and know through your donation to the PNSIA-Education Foundation you help to fund his scholarship and the organization continue to develop programs to keep him learning, teaching and inspiring. Thank you for your donation.
Late Renewal Fees
Membership fees are due on or before June 30th at the end of the business day, i.e. 5pm. The late renewal fee of $40 will be applied thereafter – that computer thing again, it updates its system right away. Access to member benefits will be impacted at that time as well. Payment received after the 30th of June and not including the late fee will be mailed back to the sender for the additional fee.