Our adaptive team are responsible for training and certifying all Australian adaptive snowsport instructors.
Here you can browse the different courses and exams that will help you on the path to becoming an adaptive instructor.
NEW FOR 2020! The APSI Adaptive certification is getting a upgrade for the 2020 season. Now with 4 levels, the adaptive qualification is aimed at experienced instructors looking to expand their teaching repertoire and meet the demands of the ever-growing numbers of this market participating in snowsports.
The adaptive courses at all levels are designed to complement the instructor's knowledge of alpine skiing, telemark skiing or snowboarding who would like develop their teaching skills to deliver lessons to people with a wide range of disabilities.
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Our alpine level one certification is aimed at people who are already certified instructors and interested in entering the adaptive snowsports world for the first time.
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The adaptive course is designed to complement the instructor's knowledge of alpine skiing, telemark skiing or snowboarding. The two-day course covers the basic skills needed to teach the introductory alpine/snowboard/telemark sessions you know to individuals with cognitive and intellectual disabilities as well as teaching those with visual limitations.
The assessment for the Adaptive level one is conducted during the course in a continuous assessment format.
Our Adaptive level two qualification is aimed at active Adaptive instructors are teaching both individuals with cognitive and intellectual disabilities as well as individuals with physical disabilities. This qualification is suitable for working or volunteering, adaptive certified level one instructors who wish to improve their skills and advance their teaching career.Read more
The three-day adaptive course is designed to complement the instructor's knowledge of alpine skiing, telemark skiing or snowboarding and the training will help prepare for the adaptive assessment and future lessons. The course will introduce the basic skills needed for instructing people with physical disabilities. The course covers the skills needed to teach beginner individuals with physical disabilities up to linked turns and continue to deliver lessons to all people with any disability.
The adaptive level 2 exam is conducted in a continuous assessment format. The one-day exam utilises both the station assessment type for skiing and demonstration tasks and the group scenario assessment type for teaching tasks. The theory paper is delivered online in the days preceding the on-snow exam.
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