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CODE OF ETHICS

Each Member shall be governed by this Code of Ethics and shall adhere to the following articles at all times, both on and off duty. The rigid observance of the Code will bring prestige and honor to the organization and help to build the profession into one that will stand high in the opinion of the general public and the ski/snowboarding industry.

Article 1:
Being a Member shall be synonymous with the finest aspects of the sport of snowboarding; namely integrity, honor and respect at all times to those who have placed their trust in you and your teaching ability.

Article 2:
The public has the right to expect the best, most up-to-date and uniform instruction available. Therefore, it is the duty of each Member to learn any new techniques, alterations or modifications. To remain outdated in technique is unfair to fellow members and the public.

Article 3:
A Member has a responsibility to professionally represent the sport of snowboarding as a whole and, in particular, the school/ski area to which he/she is attached.

Article 4:
No Member shall misrepresent him/herself as to their level of certification or membership status within the organization.

Article 5:
No Member shall apply for a position without prior knowledge that the position is vacant. To try to occupy a position already held by another instructor is unethical. Loyalty to a fellow member is the expected rule.

Article 6:
No Member shall sponsor or promote any equipment which he has not personally tested and proved to be of high quality. Supporting commercial enterprises for monetary gain rather than from a sense of conviction misrepresents the equipment and jeopardizes the integrity of the organization as a whole.

Article 7:
Members must meet professional financial obligations promptly and conduct all their business dealings in a manner befitting the standards of the organization.

Article 8:
Members are often in the public eye and therefore it is essential to present a picture of true sportsmanship and good behavior. In a resort/ski area, privileges are often accorded, and under no circumstances, should these be taken as a right, nor should they be abused so as to cause embarrassment to any instructor, director or area operator.

Article 9:
As snowboarding is a sport enjoyed by many in their formative years, Members have a responsibility to the youth of this country by setting an example for them to follow.

Article 10:
The Board of Directors shall take appropriate disciplinary action should any breach of the Articles of the Code occur. Action can vary from a simple reprimand to lifetime suspension of membership.

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Mission: To promote the sport of snowboarding, snowboard instruction and the profession of snowboard teaching in Canada by training and certifying snowboard instructors to ensure that a national standard of safe and efficient snowboard instruction is maintained.

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REGIONAL COORDINATORS

DAN GENGE, ATLANTIC REGIONAL COORDINATOR
casiatlantic@casi-acms.com
GENEVIÈVE PILOTTO, QUEBEC REGIONAL COORDINATOR
acmsquebec@casi-acms.com
DOUGLAS MOODER, ONTARIO REGIONAL COORDINATOR
casiontario@casi-acms.com
DAN GENGE, MANITOBA/SASKATCHEWAN REGIONAL COORDINATOR
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ANDREW MCCRANEY, ALBERTA REGIONAL COORDINATOR
casialberta@casi-acms.com
GREG DANIELLS, BRITISH COLUMBIA REGIONAL COORDINATOR
casibc@casi-acms.com

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