Membership

ISIA REQUIREMENTS


As a member of the International Ski Instructors’ Association (ISIA), the CSIA (Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance) has the authority to issue the ISIA minimum standard international stamp to CASI members. The stamp allows for an increased recognition of one’s competencies at the international level. There is no charge for the stamp.

 A minimum number of 320 hours of education is required to reach the ISIA minimum standard, included the following three mandatory programs:

  • CASI Level 3 or 4 Certification
  • Avalanche Skills Training (AST)
  • First Aid Certification (from a recognized organization such as Red Cross, St.John Ambulance, etc)

The additional hours of training to make up for 320 hours of education must be completed through CASI or one of the following organizations: CSCF, CSIA, CSGA or CANSI. Private training programs or snow school training programs are not eligible.

To find an Avalanche Skills Training course provider near you, please click here.

If you satisfy these criteria, and would like to submit an application, please complete the info below:

 

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DOUGLAS MOODER, ONTARIO REGIONAL COORDINATOR
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DAN GENGE, MANITOBA/SASKATCHEWAN REGIONAL COORDINATOR
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ANDREW MCCRANEY, ALBERTA REGIONAL COORDINATOR
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