NENSA/US Ski & Snowboard will host L200 & L100 coaches training, September 15th (starting late afternoon) through Sunday September 17th. The event will be held at the Stratton Mountain School in Vermont. Bryan Fish, US Ski & Snowboard Development Team Coach will be back to teach the L200 course, and Rob Bradlee, CSU juniors Head Coach will be back to teach the L100 course. Bryan Fish will also be teaching a L100 Technique Clinic on Sunday morning, for all the L100 course participants, or for anyone else who has already done the on-line L100 course, but needs the technique clinic to complete their certification. Also, on Sunday afternoon, there were be the opportunity to take a First Aid/CPR course or re-certification, for those of you who need that piece too.
Registration is now available be on SkiReg.com
The Black Bear Lodge is offering a NENSA discounted room rate for participants, until 9/7, more info listed on SkiReg.
Questions?? Please email Justin Beckwith, NENSA Competitive Program Director, at [email protected]
We hope to see you there!