Goals for Fall Training
1) Meet the area management
a. Focus the season a “team approach” Our goal: helping our
guest have a positive experience on the slopes. From the lift ops, to on
snow grooming to rental, to buying food, all will be involved in making the skiing
2) Review improvements to station teaching and adjustments to school programs
a. After our kick off year, we know we can make station teaching a more
b. With a new approach to school groups and better terrain options how we
can make the first on snow experiences the best they can be!
3) What is new in equipment and technology for the season?
a. It is always important and fun to keep up on the latest trends equipment and safety.
1) Station teaching
a. – how to make it work on the snow – we will do run through and get the
a. Brainstorm ways to connect to our students in this new style of teaching
a. Recognizing movement patterns
b. Develop drills to development good sliding skills
c. Setting realistic goals for our students – it is skiing not a level I exam!
1) We are planning on having set nights at Boston Mills and Brandywine for Level II
and Level I preps
a. Provide practice teaching assignments and practice teaching in front of
b. Provide practice movement patterns and provide feedback
Mills. Pre registration will be necessary to help keep group size appropriate
training that we can present during the season to help make our staff the best it