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  • Title: Irish Association of Snowsports Instructors
    Descriptive info: .. Training Courses.. We provide the courses you need for your development as a.. ski or snowboard.. instructor.. Our Training Team.. All of our experienced.. training team, led by Derek Tate Head of Training, are.. fully.. qualified to international standards.. International Recognition.. The ski and snowboard instructor qualifications of the Irish Association of Snowsports Instructors (IASI) are fully recognised internationally.. We are members of Interski, ISIA and IVSI..

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  • Title: homepage
    Descriptive info: Welcome to the website of the Irish Association of Snowsports Instructors where you should find the information you need to begin training to be a snowsports instructor and to continue to develop both your personal performance and your teaching to the highest internationally recognised standards.. Using the navigation bar above, you can.. find out the nature of our qualifications, the requirements for.. each level of award, the methods of assessment and the training and assessment courses provided.. Contact Us.. Addresses.. Home.. Introduction.. Home Page.. About IASI.. The Trainers.. FAQs.. Awards in detail.. Level 1.. Level 2.. Level 3.. Level  ...   Membership.. Application.. Renewals.. Gallery.. Follow us on Facebook, Linkedin, Google + and Twitter.. Level 1 Ski Instructors in the making.. Congratulations to the 23 candidates who gained entry to the Level 1 Ski Instructor course.. We wish them well in their progress towards their first qualification.. Snowboarding Personal Performance Courses.. PPC Snowboarding courses in January, February and March are now open for booking.. Go to course calendar.. Members' Discounts.. Dscounts are now.. available.. to members from.. Head.. and.. Rossignol.. As soon as the administrative detail of registration is complete, there will also be offers available from Salomon.. More information..

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  • Title: contacts
    Descriptive info: Photos by Fiona Mullen.. Postal Address.. Irish Association of Snowsports Instructors.. 13 Upper Baggot Street.. 2nd Floor.. Dublin.. Ireland.. Email.. Communication/secretarial.. Course bookings.. Course Planning.. International Liaison.. Policy.. Snowboarding.. Subscriptions, payments.. Training.. Website.. General Enquiries.. Before emailing, , please check the.. Frequently Asked Questions.. page which may guide you to your answer on the website.. If it doesn't, then do.. email us..

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  • Title: About IASI
    Descriptive info: Our qualifications are fully recognised internationally.. IASI is a member of ISIA, IVSI and Interski and is represented at international conferences.. For more information on each of our Directors, hold your cursor over a photo.. This part of the page is under construction.. Remits and contacts.. Snowboarding :.. Alan Rafferty.. Communications:.. Siobhan Bradley.. Finuala Byrne.. International Liaison:.. Pete Gillespie.. Courses:.. Tom Metcalfe.. Course Planning:.. Pete Gilllespie.. Ali Smith.. Membership:..

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  • Title: training team2
    Descriptive info: Full Alpine.. Pete.. Gillespie.. Shona.. Tate.. Andy.. Jerram.. Andrew Lockerbie.. Duncan Adamson.. Mo.. Duffy.. Level 1.. Alpine.. Dave.. Murrie.. Colm.. Higgins.. Brendan.. Roche.. Ali.. Smith.. Dee.. O'Neill.. Head of Training.. Derek Tate.. Click on a photograph for more information on each Trainer.. Level 1 Snowboarding.. Full Snowboarding.. Coaching Theory.. Freestyle.. Gav.. Learmonth.. Ash.. Newes.. Nikita.. Battams.. Fintan.. Keeting.. Mark.. Shaxted.. Robbie.. Fenton.. Jeff.. Banks.. Liam.. Williams..

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  • Title: Frequently Asked Questions
    Descriptive info: How do I book an IASI course?.. Available courses can be found in the.. course calendar.. You can book.. here.. How do I pay for a course?.. When you submit your course booking, you will be taken to a payment page where you can pay online with debit or credit card.. Online payment is preferred but If you wish to pay by cheque, please make it payable to Irish Association of Snowsports Instructors and post it to Irish Association of Snowsports Instructors, 13 Upper Baggot Street, 2nd Floor, Dublin.. When is my place on a course confirmed?.. Your booking will be confirmed subject to there being a place on the course and to our receiving cleared payment.. Terms Conditions.. The terms conditions of our courses are.. How do I set about becoming a snowsports instructor?.. You will find the information you need about qualifications and assessment on the  ...   be.. 16 to join.. Page 1.. Starting out.. Courses.. Page 2.. Qualifications.. If you do not find the answer to your question here, please.. How do I join IASI?.. Simply fill in the online application form.. and submit it with payment of your subscription (which is currently 25 for Associate Membership).. Until you have achieved Level 1 you wlil be an Associate Member.. What does it cost to join IASI?.. Full membership is 45 a year.. Associate Membership is 25.. I am a former member - how do I go about re-joining the Association?.. Complete the application form.. and select Yes to the question Are you a previous member?.. C.. an I join IASI from another organisation and have my qualifications recognised?.. Yes.. Please.. contact.. the Secretary with information as to your current qualification so that it can be assessed in terms of its equivalence with IASI qualifications..

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  • Title: Technical : SKiing
    Descriptive info: Develop your personal performance, your performance analysis skills and your teaching beyond core skier.. advice on technique.. videos demonstrating skiing on bumps , steeps, carving, off-piste.. teaching tips and effective drills.. Develop your personal performance, your performance analysis skills and your teaching.. advice on technique.. videos  ...   The Technical pages are in a process of.. development.. Members are encouraged to submit ideas, hints,reviews of equipment, references and links on technical aspects of skiing and instructing in order to build a up a useful resource for the developing skier and the developing instructor.. Submit..

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  • Title: Level 1: Skiing
    Descriptive info: Communication Skills.. Core Skier Development (artificial or snow).. Demonstrate straight running using terrain to control speed.. Demonstrate plough gliding at constant speed.. Demonstrate plough turns, using the shape of the turn to control speed and maintaining a similar size plough shape throughout.. Demonstrate plough parallel turns, matching the skis at different phases of the turn (as requested by the trainer) and continuing to steer the skis to the end of the curve, while maintaining an open stance.. Demonstrate basic parallel turns with and without pole plant, maintaining an open stance (similar distance between skis and feet).. Demonstrate additional activities such as traversing, side slipping (at a constant speed)  ...   skidded turns (simultaneous rotation of the skis and feet).. Each descent should be rhythmic and flowing with good control of speed.. Cleanly carved turns on easy terrain with tails following the line of the tips.. Braquage (pivoting on the line) on steeper terrain within a narrow corridor (one mat, approx 1.. 75m), keeping the upper body uninvolved and using active turning of the legs and feet.. Balancing on either ski while straight running (with other ski lifted).. Core Skier Development.. Beyond Core Skier Development.. Practice.. Straight running, plough g.. lide and plough turn.. Plough parallel and basic parallel.. Acquired.. Awareness.. Core.. Skier.. Development.. Technical Understanding.. Performance.. analysis.. Communication skills..

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  • Title: Level 2: Skiing
    Descriptive info: Demonstrate basic parallel turns with and without pole plant, maintaining an open stance (similar distance between skis and feet.. ).. Maintain good posture and balance throughout alll of the above.. Piste Performance (Blue piste).. Perform parallel turns using a good blend of the steering elements to produce rounded curves of different radius (simultaneous rotation of the skis and feet).. Perform long radius cleanly carved turns, leaving two clean tracks in the snow.. Use appropriate range and rate of movement in both the vertical and lateral planes (not static).. Perform continuous linked skidded short radius turns within a corridor of  ...   the centre of the foot.. Demonstrate additional activities such as Braquage on steeper terrain (red piste) within a corridor of no more than 2.. 5m wide.. Maintain effective posture, balance and flow throughout.. Bumps less than 25 degrees.. Perform continuous rhythmic linked turns (not necessarily in the fall line) matching movements to terrain.. Maintain effective posture and balance throughout.. Variable conditions.. Perform in a variety of conditions (eg powder, heavy snow and ice).. Rounded flowing turns of varying radii.. Demonstrate a degree of ski performance (curved not skidded).. Core Skier Development.. Core Skier Development Piste Performance.. Bumps.. Variable Conditions..

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  • Title: Level 3: Skiing
    Descriptive info: Core Skier Development (Turning Phases).. Demonstrate all turning phases of Core Skier Development on terrain appropriate to clients at that level and without feedback from the trainer.. (See more detailed breakdown of tasks in.. ).. Demonstrate the ability to ski from one turning phase to the next in the same run showing a gradual progression by changing the blend of the fundamentals (eg plough turns to plough parallel or plough parallel to.. basic parallel).. Piste Performance (Red piste).. Perform.. flowing turns cleanly carved trhoughout the arc (unless the task is vaired - ie a shorter radius turn in which case the trun should still be  ...   Perform flowing short radius turns within a corridor of no more than 2.. 5m wide varying the speed and radius.. Perform a fall line descent (unless the task is varied - ie half way down with the fall line.. Ability to maintain a minimum speed (demonstrate the ability to vary speed).. Variable conditions (off piste) up to 25 degrees.. Demonstrate a high degree of ski performace (curved not skidded).. Steeps 25 Degrees or greater - on or off-piste.. Rounded continuous linked turns of varying radii.. Demonstrate the ability to use the ski's performance (more curved than skidded).. Core Skier Development Beyond Core Skier Development.. Steeps..

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  • Title: Level 4: Skiing
    Descriptive info: Core Skier Development (all turning phases in one run).. Demonstrate the ability to ski.. all.. turning phases to the next in the same run showing a gradual progression by changing the blend of the fundamentals ( plough turns.. through to basic parallel with pole plant.. Piste Performance (steep red or black piste).. flowing turns cleanly carved trhoughout the arc (unless the task is varied - ie a shorter radius turn in which case the turn should still be grippy but may  ...   turn (tightening the arc while still carving).. Bumps greater than 25 degrees.. Perform a fall line descent (unless the task is varied - ie half way down with the fall line).. Travel at or above minimum speed (demonstrate the ability to vary speed).. Demonstrate a high degree of ski performance (curved not skidded).. Steeps greater than 30 degrees - on or off-piste.. Rounded.. flowing.. linked turns of varying radii.. Demonstrate.. a very high degree of ski performance.. (.. curved.. not.. skidded)..

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