AIARE Level 2

$340.000 p/p

Includes:

1) Personalized instruction with small groups (maximum of 6) and instructor to student ratio of 1:3

2) Certification from a American Avalanche Association Certified Instructor.

3) PREMIUM pre-course and post-course online material from Avalanche Science LLC.

4) Topo maps with slope angles for AVENZA for the course area.

 

Avalanche Level 2 course learning outcomes:

This course is tailored for the advanced and experienced backcountry skier.

This year the course has been reformatted to prepare the participant for successful completion of PRO1 certification

Refresh stability assessment techniques.

Introduce advanced snowpack tests.

Facilitate and participate in group discussions focused on evaluating snow stability and creating terrain options to reduce the avalanche risk.

Form and communicate a personal opinion regarding the primary avalanche concern.

Compare this to the public bulletin and/or the expert estimation of the avalanche problem.

Use pre-trip and post-trip checklists as tools to evaluate the avalanche hazard, to target field observations, and to assess terrain options.

Observe how the mountain snowpack varies significantly over the terrain. Participants will recognize the challenges and risks associated with extrapolating from limited field observations.

Develop expertise in the adoption and use of SWAG standards

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Includes:

1) Personalized instruction with small groups (maximum of 6) and instructor to student ratio of 1:3

2) Certification from a American Avalanche Association Certified Instructor.

3) PREMIUM pre-course and post-course online material from Avalanche Science LLC.

4) Topo maps with slope angles for AVENZA for the course area.

 

Avalanche Level 2 course learning outcomes:

This course is tailored for the advanced and experienced backcountry skier.

This year the course has been reformatted to prepare the participant for successful completion of PRO1 certification

Refresh stability assessment techniques.

Introduce advanced snowpack tests.

Facilitate and participate in group discussions focused on evaluating snow stability and creating terrain options to reduce the avalanche risk.

Form and communicate a personal opinion regarding the primary avalanche concern.

Compare this to the public bulletin and/or the expert estimation of the avalanche problem.

Use pre-trip and post-trip checklists as tools to evaluate the avalanche hazard, to target field observations, and to assess terrain options.

Observe how the mountain snowpack varies significantly over the terrain. Participants will recognize the challenges and risks associated with extrapolating from limited field observations.

Develop expertise in the adoption and use of SWAG standards


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Avalanche course level 2