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9 weeks program and Holiday camps

LITTLE OWLS (3 TO 5 YEARS OLD)

Little Owls
Children from 3 to 5 years old – winter 2017-2018
Program description

This program is designed to meet the physical needs and capacities of very young children. It is based on the CSIA Skier Development Program (CANADIAN SKI INSTUCTORS’ ALLIANCE),
The skier Development Program offers six (6) levels of development for young skiers aged under six (Mini Vikings), the Little Owls here at Owl’s Head. Il is adapted to the age and motor development of children of this age group.
In short, the program adapts to children 3 to 5 years, the basic principles of the CSIA’s ski teaching method, namely:
It is important for parents, and skiers of all ages to understand that skiing skills develop gradually. New skills may be apparent on easy terrain but not al¬ways present in more challenging situations. For example a skier that is parallel most of the time on green ter-rain may still use snowplow type turns in difficult terrain or conditions. This is why the evaluation of skiers using this progression specifies terrain for each development stage.
TECHNICAL BUILDING BLOCKS FOR YOUNG SKIERS

The building blocks for the technical development of young skiers can be very simple.
Skiing is a decision making sport.

Skills are developed by experimentation, so we put skiers in situations that oblige them to find solutions. We are not too concerned with perfect form. Goals are related to speed, turn shape and outcomes. Emphasis is put on the success of these objectives and let form be determined by function.

The feet guide and support the body.
Kids are pretty good about staying in balance naturally. Skiing works from the feet up, so we use skating, hopping or anything else that develops mobility of the feet.

Use all the joints for strength and mobility.
Having access to ankles, knees and hips creates strong alignment to deal with forces and stay in balance with less fatigue. This mobility helps with all forms of balance and turning.

Rotate with the lower body.
Many skiers tend to twist in the direction of the turn with the hips or upper body. This rotation causes a loss of balance and efficiency. We encourage steering using the legs by pointing the ski tips into the turn, and keep the upper body stable and over the outside ski.

Edge using separation and angulation = balance mostly on the outside ski.
We encourage a natural separation between the upper and lower body, and use the hips to put the skis on edge. Traversing, side-slipping and hockey stops are some of the ways to develop this feeling. This puts most of the balance more on the outside ski for better edge grip and control.
For both the holiday camps and the 9 weeks program the times and schedules, are the same.

The PENGUIN (PI), PANDA (PA) and GIRAFFE (GI), are the first three levels. This group level has one hour (1 hr) of lesson, with a maximum ratio of 2 students per instructor or assistant;
The ZEBRA (ZE) DINOSAUR (DI) and TIGER (IT), levels have an hour and a half (1.5 hr) of lesson, maximum ratio 4 students per instructor or assistant;

Holiday Camps – 2017
The rates and schedule for the holiday camps are:

 

The PENGUIN (PI), PANDA (PA) and GIRAFFE (GI), levels: $ 140, taxes included, per 3 days camp;
The ZEBRA (ZE) DINOSAUR (DI) and TIGER (IT), ), levels: $ 150, taxes included, per 3 days camp;

Dates: December 26, 27 and 28, 2017, and,  December 29, 30 and 31, 2017, or January 2,3,4 2018.

Hours: 9:30 to 10:30 for the PENGUIN (PI), PANDA (PA) and GIRAFFE (GI) groups;
and
10:30 to 12:00 for the ZEBRA (ZE) DINOSAUR (DI) and TIGER (TI) groups.
Lift tickets: although the lift ticket is free for children 5 and under, a ticket is nonetheless required.

3 Days of instruction for children 3 to 5 years.
Helmet is mandatory.

Little Owls
9 Weekends Program – winter-2017-2018

This program runs for 9 consecutive weeks either Saturday or Sunday mornings, From January 13th to March 11th 2018.
The program is for skiers only.
The courses are based on the Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance training program (CSIA). The course price includes a group photo, and a report card at the end of the course.
Duration and student to instructor ratio:

For the PENGUIN (PI), PANDA (PA) and GIRAFFE (GI), groups: An hour of lesson.
With a maximum ratio of 2 students, per instructor or assistant.
Schedule: 9:30 to 10:30 for PENGUIN (PI), PANDA (PA) and GIRAFFE (GI) groups;
Cost: $ 410 including taxes.

For the ZEBRA (ZE), DINOSAUR (DI), and TIGER (TI), groups: An hour and a half of lesson.
With a maximum ratio of 4 students, per instructor or assistant.
Cost: $ 435 including taxes.

Schedule: 10:30 to 12:00 for ZEBRA (ZE) DINOSAUR (DI) and TIGER (TI) groups.
Helmet is mandatory.

* Add 2 hours in the afternoon at our little owls day care center for only $15/day (taxes included) 

 

 

 

 

 

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM; SAVE IT ON YOUR COMPUTER; AND RETURN IT BY EMAIL TO: ecole@ohd.ca

Lift tickets: although the lift ticket is free for children 5 and under, a ticket is nonetheless required.
Daycare option: For 15$ per day add 2 hours
of daycare in the afternoon.

Policy for group lessons

Please check with us in case of inclement weather to know if the lessons are cancelled.
The information will be available the morning of the class starting at 7:30 am on our web site www.owlshead.com or call at the Snow School at 1-800-363-3342 or 450-292-3342, ext.243.
A minimum number of registrations is required for the program to start. Minimum of 2 students per group. Otherwise, the Snow School can cancel or can change the duration of the program. If a lesson is cancelled by the Snow School because of bad weather, the lesson will be rescheduled to the end of the program. A maximum of one lesson will be retaken.
Lesson hours are not transferable and cannot be rescheduled during the season or to the next season, no credit or refund will be made in case of absence of a student.

The Snow School reserves the right not to offer or cancel a program for any reason it deems reasonable (e.g. insufficient number of entries). The Snow School reserves the right to cancel a course for any reason it deems reasonable (e.g. bad weather).

ABSENCE Course hours are not transferable and cannot be resumed or carried over to the following season. The lessons are valid for the current season only. In the absence of a student or participant, the missed course will not be retaken and no refund or credit given.

ACCESS TO LIFTS A lift ticket or season pass is required during the course.
Since there are a maximum number of participants who can register, it is possible that the groups are full.
Should it be the decision of the Snow School to cancel a course, a maximum of one course will be retaken.

Group classes cannot be moved or retaken by the end of this season, and cannot be carried over to the following season.

No recovery, refund, credit or transfer of courses in case of absence of a participant will be accepted.

The required minimum age for programs must be reached before the first day of lesson. There will be no exception.

For any lesson reservation, a full payment will be required.

Rates can change without notice.

• In case of any discrepancy between the English and French versions of the text, the French version prevails over the English version.

Registration Form 9 weeks (Little Owls)

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM; SAVE IT ON YOUR COMPUTER; AND RETURN IT BY EMAIL TO: ecole@ohd.ca

JUNIOR OWLS SKI LEVELS EX-1 to AV-2 (6 to 15 years old)

Junior Owls

2016

SKI
LEVELS EXPLORATION 1 to ADVENTURE 2 (6 to 15 years old)
Program description

This program is designed to meet the physical needs and capacities of very young children. It is based on the CSIA Skier Development Program (CANADIAN SKI INSTUCTORS’ ALLIANCE),
The skier Development Program offers six (6) levels of development for young skiers aged under six (Mini Vikings), the Little Owls here at Owl’s Head. Il is adapted to the age and motor development of children of this age group.
In short, the program adapts to children 3 to 5 years, the basic principles of the CSIA’s ski teaching method, namely:
It is important for parents, and skiers of all ages to understand that skiing skills develop gradually. New skills may be apparent on easy terrain but not al¬ways present in more challenging situations. For example a skier that is parallel most of the time on green ter-rain may still use snowplow type turns in difficult terrain or conditions. This is why the evaluation of skiers using this progression specifies terrain for each development stage.
TECHNICAL BUILDING BLOCKS FOR YOUNG SKIERS

The building blocks for the technical development of young skiers can be very simple.
Skiing is a decision making sport.

Skills are developed by experimentation, so we put skiers in situations that oblige them to find solutions. We are not too concerned with perfect form. Goals are related to speed, turn shape and outcomes. Emphasis is put on the success of these objectives and let form be determined by function.

The feet guide and support the body.
Kids are pretty good about staying in balance naturally. Skiing works from the feet up, so we use skating, hopping or anything else that develops mobility of the feet.

Use all the joints for strength and mobility.
Having access to ankles, knees and hips creates strong alignment to deal with forces and stay in balance with less fatigue. This mobility helps with all forms of balance and turning.

Rotate with the lower body.
Many skiers tend to twist in the direction of the turn with the hips or upper body. This rotation causes a loss of balance and efficiency. We encourage steering using the legs by pointing the ski tips into the turn, and keep the upper body stable and over the outside ski.

Edge using separation and angulation = balance mostly on the outside ski.
We encourage a natural separation between the upper and lower body, and use the hips to put the skis on edge. Traversing, side-slipping and hockey stops are some of the ways to develop this feeling. This puts most of the balance more on the outside ski for better edge grip and control.
For both the holiday camps and the 9 weeks program the times and schedules, are the same.

 JUNIOR OWLS (6 to 15 years old)

 Holiday Camps 2015

December 26, 27, 28; OR 29, 30, 31  2015
3 days – 2 or 4 hours per day.

2 or 4 hours of daily classes for children ages 6 to 15.
From 10 AM to noon, and from 1 to 3 PM depending on your choice.
Ratios: Minimum of 4 and maximum of 6 per group.
Prices for the  lessons, with or without included tickets. A lift ticket, or season pass, is required during any lesson.

Price per  3 days camp, 2  or 4 hours.

Wearing a helmet is mandatory

Holiday Camps registration form

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM; SAVE IT ON YOUR COMPUTER; AND RETURN IT BY EMAIL TO: ecole@ohd.ca

Lessons only
140$ Taxes included 2 hours
235$ Taxes included 4 hours
Lessons with tickets
215$: Taxes inclused for 2 hours
310$: Taxes included 4 hours

 

Junior Owl’s

SKI

LEVELS EXPLORATION 1 to ADVENTURE 2
(6 to 15 years old)
Winter 2016
Ski Group Lessons

Program runs for 9 consecutive weeks, 2 or 4 hours per day on Saturday or Sunday.
Starting on the weekend of January 9th & 10th  until March 5th and 6th 2016.

There will be a group picture, a friendly race, and a progression card at the end of the session.

2 or 4 hours of daily classes for children ages 6 to 15.
From 10 AM to noon, and from 1 to 3 PM depending on your choice.
Ratios: Minimum of 4 and maximum of 6 per group.

The minimum age for the program must be reached before the first course.

Wearing a helmet is mandatory

Lessons only, no ticket
345$ 2hrs Taxes included morning
275$ 2hrs Taxes included afternoon
Lessons, with tickets included
$548.50 2hrs Taxes included morning
$478.50 2hrs Taxes included afternoon


Registration form 9 weeks, JUNIOR OWLS
PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM; SAVE IT ON YOUR COMPUTER; AND RETURN IT BY EMAIL TO: ecole@ohd.ca

 

General Policy for Group Lessons

Please check with us in case of inclement weather to know if the lessons are cancelled.
The information will be available the morning of the class starting at 7:30 am on our web site www.owlshead.com or call at the Snow School at 1-800-363-3342 or 450-292-3342, ext.243.
A minimum number of registrations is required for the program to start. Minimum of 2 students per group. Otherwise, the Snow School can cancel or can change the duration of the program. If a lesson is cancelled by the Snow School because of bad weather, the lesson will be rescheduled to the end of the program. A maximum of one lesson will be retaken.
Lesson hours are not transferable and cannot be rescheduled during the season or to the next season, no credit or refund will be made in case of absence of a student.

Since there are a maximum number of participants who can register, it is possible that a group is full.
Should the Snow School decide to cancel a course, a maximum of one course will be resumed.
Group classes cannot be moved or taken back by the end of this season, and cannot be carried forward to the next season.
No refunds, credits, or resumption in case of absence will be accepted.
In case of injury, a credit for next season will be issued for the balance of the remaining hours.
The minimum age for programs must be reached before the beginning of the course.
For any reservation, full payment will be required.
Prices and times subject to change without notice.
CANCELLATION POLICY
The Snow School reserves the right not to offer or cancel a program for any reason it deems reasonable (eg. Insufficient entries).
The Snow School reserves the right to cancel a course for any reason it deems reasonable (eg. Bad weather conditions).

ABSENCE
Course hours are not transferable and cannot be retaken or postponed until the following season. The lessons are valid for the current season only.
In the absence of the participant, the missed course, will not be resumed, nor paid and no refund or credit will be given.

LIFT TICKET
A lift ticket, or season pass, is required for the duration of any course.

• In case of any discrepancy between the English and French versions of the text, the French version prevails over the English version.

JUNIOR OWLS ADVANCED SKI, LEVELS ADVENTURE 3 TO PERFORMANCE 3 (8 to 15 years old)

 JUNIOR OWLS

ADVANCED SKI

LEVELS ADVENTURE 3 TO PERFORMANCE 3

(8 to 15 years old)

Program description

This program targets students who passed ADVENTURE 2 level, or greater, of the CSIA Skier Development Program (Canadian Ski Instructors’ Alliance).
It is adapted to the needs of skiers who want to continue to improve and develop advanced skiers skills.
The program is based on the CSIA’s Skier Development Program. Each course lasts three (3) hours per day, on either Saturday or Sunday, or both.

The duration is three hours to promote the learning time on the snow. It focuses on the development of specific skills for advanced skiers. While remaining faithful to the basic rules:

The feet guide and support the body.
Use all the joints for strength and mobility.
Rotate with the lower body.
Edge using separation and angulation = balance mostly on the outside ski.

SKIER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

ADVENTURE 3 –GOLD
GOAL
Performance parallel turns
Intermediate terrain
Demonstrates
Steering effort with the lower body
A centered stance in most situations
Speed control using short turns
Generate speed with clean edging (carving outside ski)
PERFORMANCE 1 –BRONZE
GOAL
Steering versatility
Intermediate terrain
Demonstrates
Consistent carving on intermediate terrain
Separation maintained as edging increases
Use of ski reaction for rebound and
Turn linking
Speed control on steep terrain
PERFORMANCE 2 –SILVER

GOAL
Linked parallel turns
Advanced terrain
Demonstrates
Mobility and strength in challenging terrain
Coordinated movements at advanced speed
Consistent steering in short turns
Use of ski reaction to generate speed
PERFORMANCE 3 –GOLD
GOAL
Dynamic skiing
All terrain
Demonstrates
Stance and mechanics adjusted to situations
Consistent snow contact
Varied speed and turn shape as desired
Anticipation and control of ski reaction

Christmas Camps 

26, 27, 28, or 29, 30, 31 December 2017; January 2,3,4 2018
3 days – 2 hours per day.

Price for lessons, with  included in the price, or without tickets.
The lift ticket is required for lessons.
Price per 3 day camp.
Ratio of between 4-8 students per instructor.
Prerequisite: Having succeeded   ADVENTURE 2 Level , of the CSIA Skier Development Program; plus you must be aged 8-15 years for the ADVANCED SKI program.
Targeted Ratio: 1 instructor per 6 students.
Minimum of 4 students per group.
Children must be 8 years before the start of classes.

REGISTRATION FORM
ADVANCED- Junior Owls SKI  AV3-PE3 Levels
Holiday Camps
PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM; SAVE IT ON YOUR COMPUTER AND RETURN VIA EMAIL AT: ecole@ohd.ca

PRICE:
lessons Only: $ 251 Taxes included per camp
Lessons and tickets:$ 318.83: Taxes included per camp
Group lessons for children 8 to 15 years

Lessons only
$251 Taxes included, per camp
Lessons with tickets
$318.83: Taxes included, per camp

JUNIOR OWLS

ADVANCED SKI

LEVELS ADVENTURE 3 TO PERFORMANCE 3

(6 to 15 years old)

ADVANCED SKI ADVENTURE 3 to PERFORMANCE  3 levels

The program extends over 9 consecutive weekends, on Saturday or Sunday, or both as desired. From January 13th and 14th, to March 10th and 11th 2018. The program includes an assessment of the level attained, an evaluation booklet, and a group photo. There will be a friendly competition and a presentation of medals at the end of the session.
4 hours of lessons per day for children aged from 8 to 15 years. To be part of the advanced ski program the candidate must have must have passed CSIA level ADVENTURE 2 level..
Schedule 10 AM to NOON and from 1 PM to 2 PM.
Minimum ratios of 4 students and a maximum of 8 students per group.

Ideal Ratio: 1 instructor per 6 students.
Minimum of 4 students per group.
Children must be 8 years before the start of classes.
The minimum age for the program must be reached before the first course.

PRICE
For lessons only:
$ 555 +taxes
Lessons and tickets
$ 758.50 + taxes

Program runs for 9 consecutive weeks, 4 hours per day on Saturday or Sunday.
Starting on the weekend of January 13th & 14th  until March 10th and 11th 2018.

The lessons include a progression card.
There will be a group picture and a friendly race at the end of the session.
From 10 AM to noon, and from 1 to 3 PM.
Ratios: Minimum of 4 and maximum of 8 per group. With an optimum ratio of 1 to 6.

The minimum age for the program must be reached before the first course.

Helmet is mandatory.

Lessons only, no ticket
$555 + tax
Lessons, with tickets included
$758.50 + tax


Registration form 9 weeks, JUNIOR OWLS
PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM; SAVE IT ON YOUR COMPUTER; AND RETURN IT BY EMAIL TO: ecole@ohd.ca

 

General Policy for Group Lessons

Please check with us in case of inclement weather to know if the lessons are cancelled.
The information will be available the morning of the class starting at 7:30 am on our web site www.owlshead.com or call at the Snow School at 1-800-363-3342 or 450-292-3342, ext.243.
A minimum number of registrations is required for the program to start. Minimum of 2 students per group. Otherwise, the Snow School can cancel or can change the duration of the program. If a lesson is cancelled by the Snow School because of bad weather, the lesson will be rescheduled to the end of the program. A maximum of one lesson will be retaken.
Lesson hours are not transferable and cannot be rescheduled during the season or to the next season, no credit or refund will be made in case of absence of a student.

Since there are a maximum number of participants who can register, it is possible that a group is full.
Should the Snow School decide to cancel a course, a maximum of one course will be resumed.
Group classes cannot be moved or taken back by the end of this season, and cannot be carried forward to the next season.
No refunds, credits, or resumption in case of absence will be accepted.
In case of injury, a credit for next season will be issued for the balance of the remaining hours.
The minimum age for programs must be reached before the beginning of the course.
For any reservation, full payment will be required.
Prices and times subject to change without notice.
CANCELLATION POLICY
The Snow School reserves the right not to offer or cancel a program for any reason it deems reasonable (eg. Insufficient entries).
The Snow School reserves the right to cancel a course for any reason it deems reasonable (eg. Bad weather conditions).

ABSENCE
Course hours are not transferable and cannot be retaken or postponed until the following season. The lessons are valid for the current season only.
In the absence of the participant, the missed course, will not be resumed, nor paid and no refund or credit will be given.

LIFT TICKET
A lift ticket, or season pass, is required for the duration of any course.

• In case of any discrepancy between the English and French versions of the text, the French version prevails over the English version.

JUNIOR OWLS SNOWBOARD 2016 (6 TO 15 years old)

JUNIOR OWLS  SNOWBOARD (6 to 15 years old)

 Holiday Camps 

DECEMBER 26,27,28,  and/or 29,30,31 2017 , and/or January 2,3,4 2018


3 days – 2 hours per day.

From 10 AM to noon.
Ratios: Minimum of 4 and maximum of 6 per group.
Prices for the  lessons, with or without included tickets. A lift ticket, or season pass, is required during any lesson.

Price per  3 days camp, 2  or 4 hours.
The required minimum age is 6 years old at the beginning of classes.
Ages from 6 to 15 years old.
Prerequisite: Having achieved level 4 Quickride.
A minimum of 4 registrations is required  to hold the course

Ratio ± 6 students per instructor

Wearing a helmet is mandatory

 

Holiday Camps registration form

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM; SAVE IT ON YOUR COMPUTER; AND RETURN IT BY EMAIL TO: ecole@ohd.ca

Lessons only
125.50$  + Taxes
Lessons with tickets
193.33$m + Taxes 

PRE-COMPETITION

A combination of the Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance teaching methods (CSIA) and training principles recommended by the Canadian Ski Coaches Federation (CSCF) of Canada, this program will allow young skiers to progress in the context of training courses and free skiing.
If desired, the program with the Holiday Camps from 26 to 31 December 2015, at 3 hours per day, plus the 9 consecutive weeks, a total of 72 hours.
Or, during the 9 consecutive weeks, at 3 hours per day on Saturday and Sunday from 10:00 to 12:00 and 1 to 2 PM. From January 9th to March 6th, 2015. For a total of 54 hours of courses.
Progress and achievement assessment. A group picture will be taken and a friendly race will take place at the end of the season.
Prerequisite: successful completion of Exploration 3 level and be aged  between six (6) and sixteen (16) years of age.
With Holiday camps/Lessons only – ( tickets extra )
$ 976.00 + tax
With Holiday camps/Lessons and tickets
$ 1,586.50 + tax

Lessons only – (no ticket included)
No Holiday camps. Saturday and Sunday 72 hours, 9 weeks
$ 976 + taxes
Tickets and Lessons. No Holiday camps.

Saturday and Sunday 72 hours, 9 weeks

$ 1,335.50 +taxes

Prerequisite: Exploration 3, aged between 6 and 16 years old.
Ratio: 1 instructor per 6 students.
*Minimum of 4 students per group.
*Children must be 6 year’s old before the first day of lesson.
Cancellation policy for group lessons
Please check with us in case of inclement weather to know if the lessons are cancelled.

The information will be available the morning of the class starting at 7:30 am
on our web site www.owlshead.com
or call at the Snow School at 1-800-363-3342 or 450-292-3342, ext 243.

The Snow School reserves the right not to offer or cancel a program for any reason it deems reasonable (eg. Insufficient entries).
The Snow School reserves the right to cancel a course for any reason it deems reasonable (eg. Bad weather conditions).

ABSENCE
Course hours are not transferable and cannot be retaken or postponed until the following season. The lessons are valid for the current season only.
In the absence of the participant, the missed course, will not be resumed paid and no refund or credit.

LIFT TICKET
A lift ticket or season pass is required for the duration of the course.
Since there is a maximum number of participants who can register, it is possible that the groups are full.
Should the decision of the Snow School to cancel a course, a maximum of one course will be resumed.
Group classes cannot be moved or taken back by the end of this season, and cannot be carried forward to the next season.
No refunds, credits, or resumption in case of absence will be accepted.
In case of injury, a credit for next season will be issued for the balance of the remaining hours.
The minimum age for programs must be reached before the beginning of the course.
For any reservation, full payment will be required.
Prices and times subject to change without notice.
A minimum number of registrations are required for the program to start.

• In case of any discrepancy between the English and French versions of the text, the French version prevails over the English version.

 

PARENTS CLUB

OWL’S HEAD PARENTS CLUB

 

For parents who have children enrolled in the 9 weeks group classes. ski Workshops for intermediate to advanced skiers are available from January 10th to March 7th 2016 Sunday morning, 2 hours, from 10 to 12.
A minimum of 6 and a maximum of 12 people per group.
9 two-hour sessions
375$ taxes included, no tickets
555$ taxes included, with tickets
Courses will encompass all aspects of the mountain, on all snow conditions, including bumps and glades. Workshop examples include: Slalom, glades, moguls, powder runs or simply technical improvement workshops all depending on Mother Nature. However, in any case, they can be modified, replaced, or adapted according to the snow conditions, weather, or according to your wishes, needs or suggestions.

Helmet is mandatory.

 

 

9 two hours sessions
395$ taxes included, no tickets
620$ taxes included, with tickets included
Terms & Conditions

A minimum of 6 and a maximum of 12 people per group
In the event of bad weather, you are responsible to contact us to see if classes are held or not.
The information will be available the morning classes from 7:30 www.owlshead.com on the website or by calling the Snow School at 450-292-3342 or 800-363-3342

A minimum of six participants is required for the program to start. Otherwise, the Snow School reserves the right to cancel the course or change over time.
Should  the Snow School decide  to cancel a course, it will not be repeated.

REGISTRATION FORM
PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM; SAVE IT ON YOUR COMPUTER; RETURN IT BY EMAIL TO: ecole@ohd.ca

General Policy for Group Lessons

Since there are a maximum number of participants who can register, it is possible that a group is full.
Should the Snow School decide to cancel a course, a maximum of one course will be resumed.
Group classes cannot be moved or taken back by the end of this season, and cannot be carried forward to the next season.
No refunds, credits, or resumption in case of absence will be accepted.
In case of injury, a credit for next season will be issued for the balance of the remaining hours.
The minimum age for programs must be reached before the beginning of the course.
For any reservation, full payment will be required.
Prices and times subject to change without notice.
CANCELLATION POLICY
The Snow School reserves the right not to offer or cancel a program for any reason it deems reasonable (eg. Insufficient entries).
The Snow School reserves the right to cancel a course for any reason it deems reasonable (eg. Bad weather conditions).

ABSENCE
Course hours are not transferable and cannot be retaken or postponed until the following season. The lessons are valid for the current season only.
In the absence of the participant, the missed course, will not be resumed, nor paid and no refund or credit will be given.

LIFT TICKET
A lift ticket, or season pass, is required for the duration of any course.

In case of any discrepancy between the English and French versions of the text, the French version prevails over the English version.

PRE-INSTRUCTOR SKI

Ski instructor training program

A program designed according to the curriculum and parameters of the of the CSIA (Canadian Ski Instructors Alliance) Level 1 course; the course is therefore recognized as proper training for the CSIA Level 1 examination.
Candidates registered for this instructor apprentice training program will have until December 31st of the same year that they receive their training to become certified by participating in a day of certification during a CSIA level 1 course, administered by the CSIA Quebec.
Candidates in the apprentice instructor program will have completed more than the 24 hours of training required. This program, offered by a certified CSIA Level 1 course conductor, will follow the parameters, and curriculum, of the CSIA Level 1 course.
The price of the examination day has been set at $ 215 (plus tax) including the course material cost of the participant.

The program includes:

27 hours of training during the 9 weeks of courses, lasting three hours each, on Sunday afternoons; beginning on January 10th , 2016; 1 PM to 4 PM.
Price of the instructor training program; Season 2016:

Lessons only $ 200.00 Taxes included
Tickets and lessons $ 380.00, taxes included
Prerequisite:

Ski: having succeeded Adventure 3 level , or its equivalent.
Ratio: 1 instructor per 8 students, with a minimum of 4 students per group.
The student must be 14 years before the beginning of classes.

Helmet is mandatory.

Lessons onlyLessons and tickets
$150 + Tax$353.49 + Taxes

Registration form

PLEASE COMPLETE THE FORM; SAVE IT ON YOUR COMPUTER; AND RETURN IT BY EMAIL TO: ecole@ohd.ca

General Policy for Group Lessons

Since there are a maximum number of participants who can register, it is possible that a group is full.
Should the Snow School decide to cancel a course, a maximum of one course will be resumed.
Group classes cannot be moved or taken back by the end of this season, and cannot be carried forward to the next season.
No refunds, credits, or resumption in case of absence will be accepted.
In case of injury, a credit for next season will be issued for the balance of the remaining hours.
The minimum age for programs must be reached before the beginning of the course.
For any reservation, full payment will be required.
Prices and times subject to change without notice.
CANCELLATION POLICY
The Snow School reserves the right not to offer or cancel a program for any reason it deems reasonable (eg. Insufficient entries).
The Snow School reserves the right to cancel a course for any reason it deems reasonable (eg. Bad weather conditions).

ABSENCE
Course hours are not transferable and cannot be retaken or postponed until the following season. The lessons are valid for the current season only.
In the absence of the participant, the missed course, will not be resumed, nor paid and no refund or credit will be given.

LIFT TICKET
A lift ticket, or season pass, is required for the duration of any course.

In case of any discrepancy between the English and French versions of the text, the French version prevails over the English version.

Office : 40 chemin du Mont Owl’s Head, Mansonville, (Québec) J0E 1X0 SF 1 800 363-3342 T 450 292-3342 @ info@owlshead.com