Encouraging adaptable instructors – LectureRead in DE
How does the BASI system encourage snowsports instructors to be adaptable technicians and adaptable teachers?
This lecture will focus on the teaching of snowsport instructors. BASI training courses intend to create ‘good’ snowsport instructors. BASI have been through a process of evolving their teaching assessment and training in order to create good snowsport instructors. At the moment Britain is the second largest exporter of snowsport enthusiasts in the world. Employing a BASI qualified instructor within a ski school encourages British snowsport enthusiasts to visit resorts and to engage in lessons.A good BASI instructor will not only encourage a learners life-long love for snowsports but also a desire to continue engaging in snowschool lessons. BASI aim to develop instructors who are able to retain snowsport enthusiasts and encourage others to the sport. BASI believe that their skills-based system allows for a skiing approach that is adaptable to the needs to the learners. The lecture explains how BASI views skills as being on a continuum. This continuum approach helps instructors keep clients engaged with their learning. BASI believe that the skills-based approach encourages life-long learners of the sport: with clients as well as BASI instructors.
This lecture will be delivered using a combination of informative powerpoint presentations and interactive participation from the audience.
All the deliverers are members of BASI’s National Education Team. The NET team are BASI trainers who deliver all levels of BASI training courses. They are involved in the development of BASI courses and the education of BASI trainers at the annual trainer’s conference.
English Auf Englisch, aber mit Ueberseztungen auf Franzoesich, Spanisch und Italienisch.
There is no maximum size.
There will be a powerpoint presentation with audience interaction.