Level 100 Alpine Clinics
This course is designed to be the first step in the formal education process for alpine ski coaches, covering the fundamentals of alpine skiing at the core, while also introducing the topics of pedagogy, coaching ethics, planning, alpine competition rules, and the Alpine Training System and long-term athlete development. The course is held over two days, with a skiing and classroom component. It is recommended that coaches take this course before or within their first year of coaching, but the content presented is of value for a coach with several years of experience as well.
At the conclusion of the course, the participants will have the skills to be able to
PRICE: $160 (USSA MEMBERS), $200 (NON-USSA MEMBERS). Includes on-snow and classroom clinic and participant materials (New USSA Level 100 Coach Manual, and more) as well as Level 100 on-line exam. Lift tickets additional (most resorts offer discounted tickets for participants). Does not include First Aid or CPR course or certification costs.
The registration closing date is firm, NO registration will be taken after this date. Registration closes at 5pm EASTERN time on the date listed.
2014-2015 Level 100 Clinics
2014-15 clinic registration will open on Friday August 1, 2014. More clinics will be posted as they are confirmed.
About the Level 100 Alpine Ski Fundamentals Clinic
SCHEDULE: (may vary from site-to-site based on classroom availability and ski area operating hours, participants will receive final schedule via email)
Level 100 Updates
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