News and Articles

Webinar Schedule for May

The schedule is out! Every Sunday for the next three weeks we'll be delivering topical webinars specifically for NZSIA members. Paid-up members will receive an emailed zoom link approximately 48hrs before so they can tune in. The webinars will be recorded and posted...

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Reshaping the Snowboard Level Three Certification

Over the past six months, the Snowboard Committee has been working in the background to reshape the Level Three Certification. The SBINZ Level Three is a highly recognised qualification around the World. Our goal has been to maintain these high standards yet make the...

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Northern Hemisphere Courses Suspended

Dear members, In light of the current global situation, NZSIA will be ceasing all Northern Hemisphere courses from Saturday 21st March onwards. We have done our best to keep courses running as much as possible, without creating undue risk for both our candidates and...

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Sustainability Survey

As an organisation we need to operate in a sustainable way to protect our environment. We have four quick questions that will help us shape our strategy and future initiatives. Please take a moment and give us your input... Thanks for taking the time!

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Zero Carbon Bill

Are you concerned about climate change? We realise many of our members will have this in the back of their minds, especially with the current snow levels. So, right now, the best thing to do is to make a submission on the proposed Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon)...

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SBINZ’s New Park and Pipe Structure

With the goal of increasing Terrain Park Cert. pass rates and making the courses more accessible, the SBINZ Committee have implemented some big changes to the Park and Pipe process. Here's what's new... 1. Pipe is now in the Coaching Pathway Due to limited access to...

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New Rider Analysis Assessment Process from SBINZ

As many of you will know, the rider analysis assessment process used within SBINZ has been focused on a written format for some time now. We have now revised these assessment processes throughout Level One, Level Two and Level Three.

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