Children's Specialist 1 - Loveland

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Registration Deadline 11/1/2019 Members and candidates with disabilities (whether physical or cognitive), who are considering applying for a certification exam must contact the Steamboat Springs office at least four weeks in advance of the scheduled test or exam to provide notice of their requested reasonable accommodation and to discuss their situations before the registration deadline date. Requests for accommodations will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Prerequisites: PSIA-RM Membership, Level 1 Certified in Alpine, Tele, Adaptive or Snowboard.

CS1 is a requirement for the Alpine and Snowboard Level 2 certification

This two-day event covers teaching children of all age’s, ability levels 1 through 5. Topics include exercises to develop skills, movement analysis, and usage of the C.A.P. model for our younger students.  Participants will receive a certificate upon successful completion of this event to recognize knowledge, skill, and expertise as a children’s specialist 1.

(Please refer to the PSIA/AASI National Standards document for a more complete description of children’s specialist 1. This document is on the PSIA-RM website under children’s reference materials.)

Candidates are evaluated through their submission of an online “level of comprehension” quiz, their completion of the online workbook (80% correct or higher), and their performance of on-snow teaching scenarios and indoor movement analysis. CS1 facilitators assess candidate knowledge throughout the 2-Day event. Therefor, active participation in the on-snow clinic portions of CS1 is essential. The group facilitator will sit down with each candidate and add suggestions for areas of improvement at the candidate’s request. This is a two-day event with one final scorecard. If a candidate is unsuccessful at attaining CS1, both days will need to be taken again.

The Children's Instruction Manual and the Alpine or Snowboard Technical Manual are helpful for completing the CS1 workbook and online quiz and can be purchased HERE

 

Event Materials can be downloaded at the following link under the 'Children's Specialist 1' section: http://www.psia-rm.org/education/childrens/reference-materials
 

When
November 23rd, 2019 8:30 AM   through   November 24th, 2019 4:00 PM
Location
Loveland Ski Area
Loveland Ski Area, CO
United States
Contact
Phone: 9708798335
Email:
Event Fee(s)
Event Fee $ 220.00
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Event Specific Details
Event Accounting Code 2-4000-4-61
Event Category Children
This event is a prerequisite for... Alpine Level 2
CEUs 12
General Prerequisites PSIA - AASI Membership
Adaptive Prerequisites Adaptive ALP Certified Level 1, Adaptive SB Certified Level 1
Alpine Prerequisites Alpine Certified Level 1
Alpine Freestyle Prerequisites
Children Prerequisites CS1 Workbook
Cross Country Prerequisites
Snowboard Prerequisites Snowboard Certified Level 1
Telemark Prerequisites Telemark Certified Level 1
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