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Cross Country Event Descriptions

Cross_Country – CC150 – Youth leader Workshop

What: Explore how to share the joy of skiing with future generations. This course focuses on practical information for anyone organizing skiing activities for children and youth or, anyone looking to add more fun to their lessons.

  •  Learn how you can develop young skiers passion for the sport
  •  Tips on how to organize practice sessions
  •  Teaching fundamentals effective educators use to teach skiing
  •  Activities and games to challenge your club or team

 

Cross_Country – CC 100 – Instructor Training/Workshop

 

This program is a comprehensive overview of discipline-specific techniques from the beginner to the advanced skier. Clinics will provide enhanced skiing, teaching and technical fundamentals for the experienced instructor. This event includes personal skiing improvement with instruction in all cross-country track techniques, teaching strategies, teaching progressions, and risk awareness.

 

 

Cross_Country – CC 180 – Cross Country Level 1 Exam

 

This course is available to Registered Instructors, Basic Instructors and new members at least 16 years of age, having ten or more hours of training or teaching experience verified by a ski school director. This is a two-day clinic for Nordic Track. The Level 1 Certification Clinic is a combination clinic and evaluation. The course leaders will instruct the group on those topics required in the evaluation and evaluate the group on the progress made toward achieving the listed standards.

Participants who have registered for any Cross Country certification exam must complete the Cross Country Certification Workbook prior to the start of the exam. Completed workbooks should be sent in no later than 5 days prior to the event. All workbooks can be submitted to submissions@psia-c.org or mailed to the Central Office at P.O. Box 2144, Frankfort, MI, 49635.

 

 

Cross_Country – CC 280 – Cross Country Level 2 Exam

 

This program tests an instructor’s skiing skills, teaching ability, and technical knowledge. The Level 2 exam prep is recommended. Nordic Track Level 2 Exams are two days.

Participants who have registered for any Cross Country certification exam must complete the Cross Country Certification Workbook prior to the start of the exam. Completed workbooks should be sent in no later than 5 days prior to the event. All workbooks can be submitted to submissions@psia-c.org or mailed to the Central Office at P.O. Box 2144, Frankfort, MI, 49635.

 

 

Cross_Country – CC 380 – Cross Country Level 3 Exam

 

This program tests an instructor’s skiing skills, teaching ability, and technical knowledge. The Level 3 exam prep is recommended. Nordic Track Level 3 Exams are two days.

Participants who have registered for any Cross Country certification exam must complete the Cross Country Certification Workbook prior to the start of the exam. Completed workbooks should be sent in no later than 5 days prior to the event. All workbooks can be submitted to submissions@psia-c.org or mailed to the Central Office at P.O. Box 2144, Frankfort, MI, 49635.

 

 

Cross_Country – CP 202 – Cross Country Level 2 Exam Prep

 

This event is recommended for all Certified Level 1 instructors who plan to take the Level 2 exam or who would like to further their skiing and teaching skills. Nordic Track exam preps are two days. Both skiing and teaching knowledge is covered in this event. Each Nordic event is tailored to the members’ needs.

 

 

Cross_Country – CP 303 – Cross Country Level 3 Exam Prep

 

This event is recommended for all Certified Level 2 instructors who plan to take the Level 3 exam or who would like to further their skiing and teaching skills. Nordic Track exam preps are two days. Both skiing and teaching knowledge is covered in this event. Each Nordic event is tailored to the members need.

 

 

Cross_Country – TR-CC – Staff Training CC

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