If Everyone Did One Education Job

As Glen  Bonsall  indicated last month, the CSP Calgary Zone Executive will be publishing their list of “one more job” requirements. Besides the VP Education, here is the list of jobs in the Education department (note that many of theses jobs have people currently assigned, but if you want to step up to a job, please let me know):

Instructor Certification Program Coordinator – Responsible for organizing Assistant Instructor and Instructor courses for new AI/I and annual re-certification (should be an Instructor Trainer).
Returning Patroller Course Coordinator – Responsible for organizing the returning patroller courses (should be a First Aid Instructor).
New Patroller AFA Course Coordinator – Responsible for organizing the new patroller advanced first aid course (should be a First Aid Instructor).
New Patroller On-Snow Evaluation Coordinator – responsible for evaluating the on-snow skills of candidate patrollers (should be an On-Snow Instructor). Includes organizing helpers to get equipment organized and ferried to appropriate spots at COP and coordinating with COP to get lift tickets (can be “Joe Patroller” jobs).
Instructor Lunch Provider – Responsible for providing lunches for instructors and patient volunteers at courses held on a weekend (can be a “Joe Patroller” job). The zone covers the cost of food.
Zone On-Snow Improvement Coordinator – Responsible for organizing the zone weekly on-snow improvement classes held at COP. Includes organizing sufficient and appropriate ski and/or snowboard instructors and lift tickets for the rostered students (can be “Joe Patroller” jobs).

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We also encourage you to become an Assistant Instructor or Instructor, either first aid or on-snow. Becoming part of the instructor corps will enable you to log the hours you spend training rookie patrollers for inclusion in the zone Instructor Rewards program.

Andy Hill, VP Education, [email protected]

About Caliry

Kelly Campbell is a member of The Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP), a non-profit organization that offers training in first aid and accident scene management. As a CSP patroller in the Calgary Zone, Kelly provides first aid and rescue services, while promoting safety and injury prevention at ski areas and special events. She is committed to ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience for all skiers and snowboarders.
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