CADS Level 1 Course Tuesday, March 10 & Wednesday, March 11, 2015 | 8:30am to 3pm
This is your first step to learning how to teach skiing to people with disabilities. CADS 1 is the national standard in Canada. The course includes 3-track, 4-track, visually impaired and sit skiing. Learn more about CADS Level 1.
Do you alpine ski, sit-ski, snowboard or x-country ski? Do you want to improve at your sport or do you have dreams of competing? Whistler Adaptive wants to see more girls and women in adaptive sport. The Girls’ Learn-to-Train Camp is available to females ages 13 to 25 with a physical disability. You’ll get three days of fun on the snow, while gaining skills in your chosen discipline, getting guidance on goal setting and training, and meeting other girls in sport. The camp will also include yoga, strength & conditioning and talks on sport nutrition.
Do you want to learn how to para-snowboard? Do you dream of riding with friends or competing? Whistler Adaptive is offering a two-day Try Para-Snowboard Camp for anyone with a physical disability who can stand with or without the use of a cane or walking stick. The camp will follow the Canada Snowboard Adaptive FUNdamentals Program. Our coaches will introduce participants to snowboarding and the various tools to adapt the sport for different abilities.
Whistler Adaptive is offering a CADS Level 1 course on January 12 & 13, 2015 at Whistler Blackcomb.
This course is a requirement for all CADS Level 1 instructors or those who want to teach skiing to people with disabilities. This course is open to the public and all skiers who are able-bodied or have a disability. The course is done on snow and includes 1.5 hours of teaching in each of the following areas: