NZSIA SKI Professional Development Camp Course Outline

NZSIA SKI
Professional Development Camp
Course Outline
Professional Development Camps are run over three days and are open to all NZSIA members,
full and associate. The purpose of these camps is to work on individual member’s ski technique
without exam pressure. A maximum of 1:8 trainer / participant ratio allows for excellent
individual feedback. These camps are ideal for anyone who is looking to improve their skiing
using a combination of coaching and mileage.
Daily Procedure
The days start at 9am when we meet at the designated meeting area at the bottom of the
mountain. Meeting locations are as follows:
Coronet Peak - Outside on the café Deck near the clock
Treble Cone - Base of the six-man chairlift
Mt.Hutt - Outside at base area on snow uphill of café near the ski racks
Turoa - Outside Café at base area near the ski racks
Whakapapa - Outside Café at base area near the ski racks
Closed Days
If the mountain is closed gather at the designated meeting point at 9:00am. An alternative
arrangement of another mountain in the region or indoor session will be organised. Due to closed
or delayed start days, the guidelines may be adjusted to create the best result for the situation.
If the mountain opens during the day we will try to get up the hill but this is sometimes
impossible due to transport issues. Please have your equipment off the mountain in case another
mountain is used. Meeting locations are as follows:
Queenstown - The Station building (corner of Camp St and Shotover St)
Wanaka - Cardrona town office (same road as supermarket)
Methven - Mt Hutt town office
Turoa - Ohakune Club 71 Goldfinch St Ohakune
Whakapapa - National Park School
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Administration Matters
All matters concerning registration, payments etc should be referred to the admin office.
Email: admin@nzsia.org
Phone: 03 451153
Fax: 03 4511536
Post: NZSIA, P.O. Box 2283, Wakatipu.
Safety Policy
NZSIA/SBINZ exams will require you to ski/ride on a variety of terrain and conditions and
complete specific tasks on snow. If at any time you feel unsafe or at risk of injury you should tell
your trainer that you wish to opt out of the particular task. Depending on the situation this may
affect the results of your examination.
Course participants should be aware of and follow the Snow Responsibility Code at all times:
http://www.acc.co.nz/preventing-injuries/playing-sport/WPC139100#P7_479
Privacy Policy
http://www.nzsia.org/privacy In addition, we may at times use photos or videos taken
during our courses for training, marketing or social media use. Please inform your
course trainer if you do not want images of yourself used in this way.
Lift Tickets
Some participants may be eligible to apply for discounted lift tickets during courses.
Please inform the Course Manager if lift tickets are required.
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