The 2016-2017 Ski Patrolling season is coming to an end. During the season, NH Region ID Staff is committed to meeting their students at each student’s ski area. Our goal is to provide the required face-to-face teaching portion of the Hybrid course … Continue reading
The newly hybridized online NSP Instructor Development Course is finally available to students who prefer a self paced/self motivated avenue towards becoming a Instructor. NH Region ID staff is encouraging that all future instructor’s choose this method of learning. More of the didactic learning has been moved to the Knowledge Direct Web and has been hybridized, similar to OEC refreshers. This allows for more one-on-one Instructor interaction focusing on preparing the student for completing the practical exercises. This newly reconstructed online course allows NSP’s future instructors a faster more individualized avenue for moving into the mentor-ship model where the discipline specific training begins. Check out the details here…
My copy of Ski Patrol magazine Winter 2016 edition (Volume 33-2) came in the mail today with an article by David Bramel titled “Instructor Tracking.” The last article that I wrote for NH Region members on this subject was back in 2014, … Continue reading
The NH Region Instructor Development Staff has two different ID courses available for students seeking to become instructors. Follow the links to decide which is right for you:
- On Sunday December 7th, 2014 (location to be determined) the staff will be team teaching the traditional all-day classroom based Instructor Development Course.
- On Saturday December 6th, 2014, at Pat’s Peak, is the concluding meeting of the Instructor Development Hybrid On-line E-Course. The on-line course is open for three weeks prior to the meeting. Each individual student takes a self-paced, on-line guided learning approach, then meets in a short classroom setting to deliver their teaching assignment before the whole class.
The New Hampshire Instructor Development (ID) staff ended the season with a late spring ID Course taught on May 31st, 2014. Twelve future instructors came together for a day of classroom learning, making it the largest group of students New Hampshire has … Continue reading
Responding to membership demand, New Hampshire Region has scheduled an Instructor Development (ID) course for the spring of 2014. Several members working on Senior electives as well as Patrol Directors looking to get a jump on next season’s OEC resource planning have … Continue reading
ID course Registration Closes Thursday December 5th! Sign up before midnight. Just a reminder that registration for the Instructor Development course offered at Pat’s Peak on Sunday December 8th, 2013 closes on midnight tonight. Books and reading assignments go out on Friday morning. Click this link to go directly to Registration. . .
If you have read any information on Instructor Development (ID), you are aware that the ID course has been designed as the springboard to all other disciplines. In order to become an instructor in any NSP educational program, you must complete this … Continue reading
New Hampshire Region has announced its second annual traditionally taught Instructor Development (ID) Course for Sunday December 8th, 2013, at Pat’s Peak. The traditional course is classroom based with guided practice. Patrollers taking this course are ready to move onto their chosen … Continue reading