Regional Clinics

CSIA Québec is offering high quality Clinics for your professional development. Come and enjoy a full day of skiing with our SUPER Course Conductors!

Launched for the 2013/14 season, the Education Credits concept marks a historic change to the CSIA’s education system. In recent years, continuing education has become more and more important to instructors and snow schools alike. Now, our members’ participation to numerous programs is being valued through the attribution of Education Credits. To find out more : http://www.snowpro.com/en/courses/program-description/education-credits-program-description

SKILL DEVELOPMENT

During this 5 hour program, the course conductors will guide participants and help them develop their skill level through a decision making process. We will look at the skiing objectives as well as the technical reference and it applies to each and every one.

REGISTRATION :

Members have to register in advance. There are 8 possible venues to choose from. You can register to as many sessions as you want. A maximum of 2 credits a year is allocated. Click here to register: http://www.snowpro.com/quebec/index.php/en/programs/schedule-registration/modules-schedule-registration 

SKILL DEVELOPMENT CLINIC

LENGTH : 5 HOURS ON SNOW

8h30 : REGISTRATION

9h00-11h30 : Skill development with the skiing objectives. (6-8 runs)

Attainable goals

1. Beginner : Is he able to glide, turn, stop, link turns ?

2. On green & blue runs, what is your intention? (speed, radius, terrain)

3. Propose different lines, trajectories to help develop technical skills.

                        Examples : Follow in the teacher’s track (serpentine)

                          Do a number of set turns in a set distance

                          Challenge students with different tasks.

                          Ski synchro.

                          Corridors & brushes

11h30-12h30pm : Lunch

 

12h30-3h00pm : Advance Skill Development (6-8 runs)

            During this session we will work with the technical reference

* Turning is led by the lower body

* Upper & lower body separation allows angulation to provide grip

* Use of all joints helps maintain a centered stance

* Movement patterns are coordinated for efficient turn linking

           If possible, set a corridor with brushes in a closed trail

               Tactics : turn around the brushes

                                          From side to side quicly

                                        Turn variations 

                        OR

           Do chasing skiers with long turns

           Goal : create tasks to help develop advance skills

           Tactics : 2 by 2 – stay in same tracks 

            Stay outside the tracks 

            Smaller or bigger turns

                       

15h-16hpm : VIDEO PRESENTATION FOR ALL THE GROUPS

Click here for our cancellation policy:  http://www.snowpro.com/quebec/index.php/en/l-amsc/politiques-de-l-amsc