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舊 2012-05-28, 23:43   #63
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I met a CSIA 4 few years ago during a PDP session. We were discussing the skiing/riding and teaching standard between CSIA and CASI. We both agree that the standards are similar. Of course, the content and material are different, but the image are the same. For example, for level 1, someone who can manage/control a class and ski/ride down in control speed on intermediate terrain. Level 2, someone have more experience to handle a class and still able to control speed in difficult terrain. Level 3, someone has solid experience in teaching and be capable to keep good form on varied terrain. More importantly, he/she can represent CSIA/CASI as an evaluator. Level 4, yes, he/she has to be very good, and we want to see someone can maintain good form in any kind of condition. Doesn't need to be a speed master or moguls king. On teaching and pedagogy, he/she has to be solid and mature all the time.

Again, like I mentioned before, in order to stay up to date, someone has to continuously ski/ride at their level and also still teaching. Instructors have to be able to ski/ride and teach. Coaches need to coach their athletes, they don't need to demo.

My 0.02

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