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Self-Paced Online Hybrid Instructor Development Course

Select this course by clicking the REGISTER link if you have read the details of taking the "Self-Paced Online Hybrid Instructor Development Course" and you are ready to begin your course assignments.

You will receive an email receipt detailing the course syllabus and its requirements.  An NH Region ID Staff  Instructor will be assigned to your course within five days.  You will have the opportunity to begin immediately, however the pace of the course is entirely up to you.  NH Region policy requires that you complete all your assignments before the end of the ski season.

This course is only available during the ski season from December 1st, 2018 to March 28th, 2019.  Watch for registration to open on October 15th, 2018.

If you have questions, feel free to contact the NH Region ID Supervisor. . .

Price: $0.00

Date:

Available Spaces: Unlimited

2018 Refresher @ Whaleback & Storrs Hill

Refreshers are organized by each individual ski area patrol. Please contact the Patrol Director if you are inquiring about details:

Whaleback PD Email
Storrs Hill PD Email

Price: $0.00

Date: October 20, 2018

2018 Refresher @ Ragged Mountain

Refreshers are organized by each individual ski area patrol. Please contact the Patrol Director if you are inquiring about details:

Ragged Mtn. PD Email

Price: $0.00

Date: October 20, 2018

Address:
Ragged Mountain
620 Ragged Mountain Road
Danbury, NH
03230
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2018 Refresher @ Dartmouth Skiway

Refreshers are organized by each individual ski area patrol. Please contact the Patrol Director if you are inquiring about details:

Dartmouth Skiway PD Email

Price: $0.00

Date: October 21, 2018

Address:
Dartmouth Skiway
39 Grafton Tpke
Lyme, NH
03768
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2018 Refresher @ Crotched and Waterville Valley

Refreshers are organized by each individual ski area patrol. Please contact the Patrol Director if you are inquiring about details:

Crotchet PD Email
Waterville Valley PD Email

Price: $0.00

Date: October 27, 2018

Address:
Crotched Mountain
615 Francestown Road
Bennington, NH
03442
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2018 Refresher @ Franklin Outing Club with Loon

Refreshers are organized by each individual ski area patrol. Please contact the Patrol Director if you are inquiring about details:

Franklin Outing  PD Email

Price: $0.00

Date: October 27, 2018

Address:
Loon Mountain
60 Loon Mountain Rd.
Lincoln, NH
03251
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2018 Refresher @ Black Mtn. and Jackson XC

Refreshers are organized by each individual ski area patrol. Please contact the Patrol Director if you are inquiring about details:

Black Mtn. PD Email
Jackson XC PD Email

Price: $0.00

Date: November 3, 2018

Address:
Black Mountain
373 Black Mountain Road
Jackson, NH
03846
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2018 Refresher @ King Pine & Abenaki

Refreshers are organized by each individual ski area patrol. Please contact the Patrol Director if you are inquiring about details:

King Pine PD Email
Abenaki PD Email

Price: $0.00

Date: November 3, 2018

Address:
King Pine Ski Area
Route 153
Madison, NH
03849
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2018 Refresher @ Mt. Sunapee

Refreshers are organized by each individual ski area patrol. Please contact the Patrol Director if you are inquiring about details:

Mt. Sunapee PD Email

Price: $0.00

Date: November 3, 2018

Address:
Mount Sunapee
1398 Route 103
Newbury, NH
03255
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Eastern Snow and Avalanche Workshop 2018 -- Fryeburg, ME

The Eastern Snow and Avalanche Workshop is a one-day professional development seminar for people working in avalanche safety. It provides a venue for avalanche workers to listen to presentations and discuss new ideas, techniques, and technologies with their colleagues. The meeting is intended for avalanche forecasters, ski guides, avalanche education instructors, ski patrollers, students, and researchers, but the meeting is open to anyone interested in furthering their knowledge of avalanche safety.

Proceeds from the Eastern Snow and Avalanche workshops benefit White Mountain Avalanche Education Foundation, a mechanism to help educate visitors before they arrive in the mountains.

Location:  Laura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center – 18 Bradley St, Fryeburg, ME 04037

General Admission: REGISTRATION COMING SOON
Military and Students with Valid ID's: REGISTRATION COMING SOON

Visit the ESAW website for detailed info and registration. . .

Price: $0.00

Date: November 3, 2018

Address:
Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center
18 Bradley St
Fryeburg, Maine
04037 Map and Directions

2018 Refresher @ Gunstock

Refreshers are organized by each individual ski area patrol. Please contact the Patrol Director if you are inquiring about details:

Gunstock PD Email

Price: $0.00

Date: November 10, 2018

2018 Refresher @ Pat's Peak

Refreshers are organized by each individual ski area patrol. Please contact the Patrol Director if you are inquiring about details:

Pat's Peak PD Email

Price: $0.00

Date: November 10, 2018

Address:
Pat's Peak Ski Area
686 Flanders Road
Henniker, NH
03242
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NH Region Staff Meeting @ 9 St. Francis Way, Litchfield, NH - 6:30PM

New Hampshire Region Board Meetings are open to the membership. Feel free to attend anytime.  To request an opportunity to present new business on the agenda, please contract your Section Chief at least two weeks prior to meeting time.  Contacting board members can be found on the Region Directory page.

Price: $0.00

Date: November 15, 2018

Address:
St. Francis School
9 St. Francis Way
Litchfield, NH
03052
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Senior Program Kick-Off Meeting for both S&T and OEC

Attend a Senior Program Kick-Off meeting with Don Messier and Ed Sargent

The National Ski Patrol Senior Program is a national education opportunity that is offered at the region level broken down into two separate components.  If you are interested in becoming a Senior Candidate, please join us in an introductory meeting scheduled for Friday evening form 6:00 to 8:00 PM at the McIntyre Ski Area.

The Outdoor Emergency Care (OEC) Senior component allows candidates opportunities to further develop and enhance skills in the areas of leadership, decision making, and problem management of complex emergency care situations that may be encountered in a ski patrol environment.

The Senior Ski and Toboggan program allows candidates opportunities to further develop and enhance advanced skills in the areas of toboggan handling and skiing, or snowboarding, on the most challenging terrain in the Region.

Successful completion of the Senior S&T component, which is now known as Outdoor Emergency Transportation (OET), requires attending Senior level clinics where Division certified Trainer’s help candidates develop their own self-paced training progression to understand and achieve the Senior skill level.

Attainment of the OEC component requires completion of three phases, training clinics, written exercises and a final on-hill evaluation.  The program is designed to both develop and challenge candidates’ skills in managing complex multiple injury and multiple patient situations that they can expect to encounter as ski patrollers.  Candidates will develop their skills not only as OEC technicians, but also as leaders, problem solvers and emergency scene managers.

Both of these programs are fun, challenging and educational, both will be offering a calendar of more than 10 training opportunities.  These events will be posted on the NH Region’s monthly calendar and will open for registration in December.  Requests for information can be directed to the Program Advisors:

Ed Sargent, Senior Outdoor Emergency Care Advisor
Don Messier, Senior Ski and Toboggan Advisor

If you would like to be on the Senior Program Email List and receive information from Ed Sargent and Don Messier, please fill out the form below:

Price: $0.00

Date: November 16, 2018

Address:
McIntyre Ski Area
50 Chalet Way
Manchester, NH
03104
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Available Spaces: Unlimited

Intro to "Senior OEC Clinic" @ TBD

This event is an introductory clinic for the Outdoor Emergency Care Senior Program. This clinic will not follow the traditional “on the hill” scenario-based format. Instruction will be conducted indoors within a classroom setting from 9:00 am till noon with an optional skills portion offered in the afternoon.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Students will be able to describe the difference between “standard of care” and “standard of training.”
  2. Students will learn how to “build” their own 5-6 pt. Scenario.
  3. Students will be able to discuss appropriate test-taking strategies freely.
  4. Students will be able to describe key points that will be required for a “senior” level skills performance
  5. Optional OEC Skills check off session.

The purpose of this orientation event is to prepare students for upcoming Clinics.  NH Region Senior OEC offers a variety of events, including outdoor on-snow scenario-based training. Candidates are encouraged to attend several clinics, where they will have the opportunity to learn from one another and experienced trainers; and have to opportunity to collect signatures for their Senior OEC sign-off sheet.

Feel free to contact the Advisor or any of the staff members to request additional Senior OEC training.

Price: $0.00

Date: December 2, 2018

Address:
Ragged Mountain
620 Ragged Mountain Road
Danbury, NH
03230
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Available Spaces: Unlimited

Senior OEC Pre-Course Classroom Clinic

This course is an introductory Senior OEC training course designed to prepare candidates for on-snow training and the high stress of the final exam.  It is held in a traditional classroom setting where students not only learn about the program's numerous performance objectives and the "critical standards" required to successfully pass; more importantly, students get a chance to peer into the inner workings of the human brain to learn about themselves.

Practicing to pass the Senior OEC exam is not enough.  Learning to understand what happens inside your own brain while conducting triage during a high stress medical management scenario is paramount.   This course helps candidates assemble winning strategies that can be used not only to pass the Senior exam, but to become better first-aiders, patrollers and rescuers.

Take this classroom pre-course to lay down a solid Senior testing foundation, then attend the required "on-the-snow clinics" to acquire the experience and practice needed for exam day.  We promise that every student will learn something valuable about themselves and about being effective test takers under stress. . .

Price: $0.00

Date: December 5, 2018

Address:
St. Francis School
9 St. Francis Way
Litchfield, NH
03052
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Available Spaces: Unlimited

NH Region Staff Meeting by Tele-Conference - 7:00PM

New Hampshire Region Board Meetings are open to the membership. Feel free to attend anytime.  To request an opportunity to present new business on the agenda, please contract your Section Chief at least two weeks prior to meeting time.  Contacting board members can be found on the Region Directory page.

This meeting is by Tele-Conference.  To be emailed the Conference Bridge number and access code, please fill out the registration for so we know who is planning to attend.

Price: $0.00

Date: December 12, 2018

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Toboggan Trainer's Workshop - Pat's Peak

Alpine Toboggan Instructors are required to re-certify their Instructor appointment once every three years to stay current with NSP.  The Toboggan Trainer's Workshop (TTW) course was developed to refresh their educational credentials, deliver the latest changes to new OET content and provide a teaching opportunity under the supervision of Instructor Trainers.

TTW participants must be full Alpine Toboggan Instructors in good standing.  Contact the Instructor Trainer of record 0rest 0har with questions.  NH Region schedules two TTW's per season, refer to the March calendar for a second opportunity.

Price: $0.00

Date: December 15, 2018

Address:
Pat's Peak Ski Area
686 Flanders Road
Henniker, NH
03242
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Available Spaces: 8

Senior OEC Clinic @ TBD

Training clinics are a significant and important part of the OEC Module of the Senior Program. While the clinics are structured to help candidates prepare for a successful final evaluation, they serve a more important objective. During clinics, candidates will be presented with realistic emergency scenarios that are complex in nature and require sound leadership, management and problem solving skills.

During clinic scenarios, candidates generally work in teams of three patrollers, one of whom serves as the team leader. The scenarios will be designed to enhance and develop the management skills of the team leader. It is a constructive process that sharpens the candidates’ skills and confidence, enabling solid reliable performance in complex and normally stressful emergency care situations.

Each candidate need to successfully perform as a leader in four clinic scenarios under the guidance of an OEC Trainer Evaluator to be eligible for the final evaluation.

Candidates are encouraged to attend several clinics, where they will have the opportunity to learn from one another as well as experienced trainers. Feel free to contact the Advisor or any of the staff members to request additional Senior OEC training.

Price: $0.00

Date: December 16, 2018

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Senior OEC Clinic @ TBD

Training clinics are a significant and important part of the OEC Module of the Senior Program. While the clinics are structured to help candidates prepare for a successful final evaluation, they serve a more important objective. During clinics, candidates will be presented with realistic emergency scenarios that are complex in nature and require sound leadership, management and problem solving skills.

During clinic scenarios, candidates generally work in teams of three patrollers, one of whom serves as the team leader. The scenarios will be designed to enhance and develop the management skills of the team leader. It is a constructive process that sharpens the candidates’ skills and confidence, enabling solid reliable performance in complex and normally stressful emergency care situations.

Each candidate need to successfully perform as a leader in four clinic scenarios under the guidance of an OEC Trainer Evaluator to be eligible for the final evaluation.

Candidates are encouraged to attend several clinics, where they will have the opportunity to learn from one another as well as experienced trainers. Feel free to contact the Advisor or any of the staff members to request additional Senior OEC training.

Price: $0.00

Date: December 30, 2018

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Senior OEC Clinic @ TBD

Training clinics are a significant and important part of the OEC Module of the Senior Program. While the clinics are structured to help candidates prepare for a successful final evaluation, they serve a more important objective. During clinics, candidates will be presented with realistic emergency scenarios that are complex in nature and require sound leadership, management and problem solving skills.

During clinic scenarios, candidates generally work in teams of three patrollers, one of whom serves as the team leader. The scenarios will be designed to enhance and develop the management skills of the team leader. It is a constructive process that sharpens the candidates’ skills and confidence, enabling solid reliable performance in complex and normally stressful emergency care situations.

Each candidate need to successfully perform as a leader in four clinic scenarios under the guidance of an OEC Trainer Evaluator to be eligible for the final evaluation.

Candidates are encouraged to attend several clinics, where they will have the opportunity to learn from one another as well as experienced trainers. Feel free to contact the Advisor or any of the staff members to request additional Senior OEC training.

Price: $0.00

Date: January 6, 2019

Available Spaces: Unlimited

NH Region Staff Meeting by Tele-Conference - 7:00PM

New Hampshire Region Board Meetings are open to the membership. Feel free to attend anytime.  To request an opportunity to present new business on the agenda, please contract your Section Chief at least two weeks prior to meeting time.  Contacting board members can be found on the Region Directory page.

This meeting is by Tele-Conference.  To be emailed the Conference Bridge number and access code, please fill out the registration for so we know who is planning to attend.

Price: $0.00

Date: January 9, 2019

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Senior OEC PRE-Test @ TBD

The Senior OEC Program requires attendance at Senior OEC Training Clinics.  Registrations opens after Senior Candidates have had a chance to attend several clinic events and is based on candidates earning scenario sign-offs on their Senior OEC Candidate progress form.

The best way to familiarize yourself with the Senior OEC Program is to connect with a Trainer/Evaluator who patrols at your local ski area.  Click this link to see the NH Region program's Introduction page.  A list of staff member emails can also be found on that page.

This event does not accept registrations.  You must have attended previous Senior OEC scenario based clinics to receive sign-offs in order to earn attendance to this event.  For more information, feel free to contact NH Region's Senior OEC Advisor, Ed Sargent by email . . .

Price: $0.00

Date: January 20, 2019

Available Spaces: Unlimited

Senior OEC Exam - TBD

The Senior OEC Program requires attendance at Senior OEC Training Clinics.  Registrations opens end of February after Senior Candidates have had a chance to attend several clinic events.  Acceptance to the test requires an application signed by your Patrol Director and Senior OEC scenario clinic attendance that meets minimum requirements.

The best way to familiarize yourself with the Senior OEC program and the Test is to click this link and review the NH Region program's Introduction page.  A list of staff member emails can also be found on that page, look for the Senior OEC Trainers based at you local mountain, or contact NH Region's Senior OEC Advisor, Ed Sargent by email, to see if you qualify for Test day.

Price: $0.00

Date: February 3, 2019

Available Spaces: Unlimited

NH Region Staff Meeting @ 9 St. Francis Way, Litchfield, NH - 6:30PM

New Hampshire Region Board Meetings are open to the membership. Feel free to attend anytime.  To request an opportunity to present new business on the agenda, please contract your Section Chief at least two weeks prior to meeting time.  Contacting board members can be found on the Region Directory page.

Price: $0.00

Date: February 21, 2019

Address:
St. Francis School
9 St. Francis Way
Litchfield, NH
03052
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NH Region Staff Meeting by Tele-Conference - 7:00PM

New Hampshire Region Board Meetings are open to the membership. Feel free to attend anytime.  To request an opportunity to present new business on the agenda, please contract your Section Chief at least two weeks prior to meeting time.  Contacting board members can be found on the Region Directory page.

This meeting is by Tele-Conference.  To be emailed the Conference Bridge number and access code, please fill out the registration for so we know who is planning to attend.

Price: $0.00

Date: March 20, 2019

Available Spaces: Unlimited

NH Region Staff Meeting @ 9 St. Francis Way, Litchfield, NH - 6:30PM

New Hampshire Region Board Meetings are open to the membership. Feel free to attend anytime.  To request an opportunity to present new business on the agenda, please contract your Section Chief at least two weeks prior to meeting time.  Contacting board members can be found on the Region Directory page.

Price: $0.00

Date: May 15, 2019

Address:
St. Francis School
9 St. Francis Way
Litchfield, NH
03052
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