Snowboard Courses

MEMBER SESSIONS

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Take advantage of these training opportunities offered to CASI members!

Member Sessions consist of a half or full day session that focuses on a specific skill or theme such as: all mountain snowboarding, freestyle, women's sessions, carving, QuickRide updates or corridor training.

Preview of some Member Session topics offered*:

  • Basic Freestyle Skills: Freestyle riding skill development in small and medium terrain park features. Suitable for those preparing for the Park 1 course and / or Level 3 Instructor course.
  • All-Mountain Freeride: Terrain and condition-specific riding improvement session based around the CASI technical model. Improvement will be catered to the group’s goals and current riding level, as well as the conditions on the day. Suitable for all members.

  • Corridor Training: Corridor riding task practice and training. Specific to the Level 4 Exam standards. Suitable for all members, but specific to Level 3 members training for the Level 4 course / exams.

  • Toolbox : This session will improve the group’s knowledge of skill-development exercises and tools. Groups will explore the 5 riding skills, and practice exercises that are specific to each. Suitable for Level 1 members training for the Level 2 Instructor course.

  • QuickRide Update: Session that will allow you to get the latest info on beginner teaching methods, using the QuickRide System, the Core competencies and some general riding improvement training.

  • Carving : Carving-specific tactics and skill development. Suitable for all members.

*Session topics may vary between regions. Please check the session notes within the course schedule for details.

NOTES:

Members are entitled to attend one free training session per season. Additional sessions are available for a fee of $61.50. Pre-registration is required for all sessions. Use the "Schedule" tab above to find and register for a session near you. Please ensure you register before the deadline to ensure that these sessions run.

 

Park 1 Course Guide

Park 1 Course Guide

 

Do I have to be an Instructor first before taking the Park Instructor 1 course?

Yes, you'll need to be a minimum Level 1 instructor.

How good do I have to be to pass the Park course?

The Park Instructor Level 1 course is aimed at giving you tools to take students into the park for the first time safely. You won't be hitting the big lines, but will be focusing on basic skills on the small features, and improving your teaching skills. Check out the Park Instructor video and Course Guide for more info.

 

 

 


2022-2023 Snowboard Course Schedule


If you are looking for a Ski Instructor course please click here: Ski Instructor

The course schedule will be available September 15th. Courses will be added as we confirm them with resorts.  

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