REGISTERED MEMBERS. A Registered Member is an individual who is a member in good standing of both the national and divisional associations but is not certified by a PSIA-AASI division. A Registered Member shall not be eligible to vote, nor hold office within the Association.
CERTIFIED MEMBERS. A Certified Member is any individual who has been certified by a PSIA-AASI divisional association, is in good standing with PSIA-AASI- NRM and is maintaining required continuing education credits.
INACTIVE MEMBERS. An Inactive Member is any NRM Certified Member who is temporarily not actively teaching but wishes to remain affiliated with PSIA-AASI and NRM and keep their certification. Inactive status may be granted to a member for a period not to exceed four seasons. Inactive members are not required to maintain continuing education credits. An inactive member may request reinstatement as an active member by contacting the NRM office and petitioning the appropriate discipline committee. If the request is approved the member will be reinstated after all reinstatement requirements are satisfied (Section 26.2.8. R&R).
LIFETIME MEMBERS. Lifetime Members must be approved by both the NRM and National Board of Directors. Any Registered or Certified member may be recommended for lifetime membership by the NRM Board through its National Board (ASEA) Representative. Board approval will be based upon length of active service, meritorious service, recognition of special achievement, or a combination thereof. A gold lifetime membership card will be issued to recipients by PSIA-AASI. Lifetime Members have the right to vote and hold office within the Association but are not required to maintain continuing education credits.
ALUMNI MEMBERS. Alumni members are NRM Certified members who no longer wish to maintain their certification, but desire to remain affiliated with PSIA-AASI and NRM. Alumni members are not required to maintain continuing education credits, however, they may attend NRM functions. Alumni Members are not eligible to vote or to hold office within the Association, and are not eligible to obtain or maintain certifications.
HONORARY MEMBERS. Honorary membership may be granted by the Board to any person who has served PSIA-AASI-NRM in an extraordinary capacity but is not presently a member of the Association. Honorary members have no continuing educational credit obligations, and are not eligible to vote or hold office within the Association, and are not eligible to obtain or maintain certification.
AFFILIATE MEMBERS. An Affiliate member is any person or corporation interested in supporting and promoting snowsports, snowsports instruction, and the professional snowsports teacher. Affiliate members are not eligible to vote or to hold office within the Association and are not eligible to obtain or maintain certifications.
ALL MEMBERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. All members in good standing are entitled to all national and divisional membership mailings and admission to all meetings and clinics, provided proper application is made and fees are paid.