Filip Hrusa – On-snow Workshop
1. What’s the Focus -Teaching, Technical, Marketing, etc.
Alpine skiing of lower limb amputees – on two skis with the use of prosthetic systems of company Ottobock.
2. Specific methods and styles used (interactive, informational, etc.).
Sample didactical lesson, gliding, turning and overall mobility in the skiing environment of people with underknee, upperknee and bilateral amputation.
3. Characteristics and brief biography of deliverers (demonstrator or educator)
PaedDr. Jan Hruša, CSc. Outdoor sports lector on Faculty of Physical Education snd Sport – Charles University in Prague since 1977,
Founder of studying programme: Aplied physical education for people with special needs on its faculty. Founder: Center of sports activities for students with special needs of Charles University – Prague (CESPOA UK).
Bc. et Bc. Filip Hruša – 2012 – Licence APUL D – DOWNHILL SKIING INSTRUCTOR – 2016 – Licence UK FTVS – SKIING INSTRUCTOR OF DISABLED – 2014 – 2017 Bachelor, in Aplied physical education for people with special needs at Charles University, Faculty of physical education – Prague.
– 2014 – 2017 Bachelor, in Physical education snd sport.
– 2.2.2016 – 4.5.2016 Semester abroad at Haaga-Helia University of Applied sciences (Finland), Vierumaki Campus, EUDAPA – European University Diploma in Adapted Physical Activity.
– 14.2.2018 – 14.4.2018 volunteer in Rocky Mountain Adaptive (Canada,
– CADS (Canadian Asociation of Disabled Skiing) Level 1 instructor
Bc. Jaroslav Tomek
– 2016 – Licence UK FTVS – SKIING INSTRUCTOR OF DISABLED – 2016 – Two semesters at Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, programme Activités Physiques Adapté (APA) – 2014 – 2018 Bachelor, in Aplied physical education for people with special needs at Charles University, Faculty of physical education – Prague
Bc. Vladan Princ
– Director of Orthobionic division, Ottobock Czech Republic.
4. Languages offered – English, French, German, Croatian, Czech
5. Minimum and maximum group size. – 1-10
6. Maximum number of groups. – 2
7. Number of deliverers per group. – 2