Welcome to PSIA-AASI NRM
In NRM it is our goal to provide snowsports professionals the training and support to develop both personally and professionally. Whether you teach on the snow part time or full time, or at a large or small area, and regardless of the tool on your feet, our purpose is to support you in your job. We do this by:
- Giving you the tools you need to excel
- Offering educational events to improve your skills as a skier, rider and instructor
- Providing a system of certification for instructors that rewards and recognizes three levels of achievement in teaching and skiing/riding
- Providing professional credibility for members, both with the general public and within ski area management
- Keeping you up to date as our sports and our industry change
Please use this website as a resource. The links across the top provide membership, event and contact info and the links on the left provide discipline specific information to help you navigate your way through the certification and professional development process.
If you cannot find the info you are looking for contact the NRM division office at firstname.lastname@example.org or the PSIA-AASI national office at email@example.com.
How to Become An Instructor: E-Learning Modules
Congratulations to our newest board representatives!
PSIA-AASI Governance Task Force Statement to Membership - May 23, 2013
Link to PDF
Reminder: The Movement Matrix is FREE!
Through the generosity of an anonymous grant to the PSIA-AASI Education Foundation, all members now have complimentary access to the Movement Matrix—the online tool that features more than 300 video clips of real-life skiing and riding situations.
Sign up for the Movement Matrix as if you are purchasing, and the fee will be $0. You will be asked to update two member profile items (e-mail and date of birth) if these fields are incomplete. View specific instructions about how to access the Movement Matrix.
If you have any questions, please contact the PSIA-AASI membership services team.
Have a question about your membership or becoming a member?
Chances are pretty good that someone else has the same question. Check out the updated membership frequently asked questions page. If you can't find the answer here, contact a board member near you or the NRM office.