Back to The Hartford Virtual Ski Spectacular

January 6-8, 2021


Move United incites action that leads us to a world where everyone’s included. And YOU are part of this MOVEment. Due to high demand, we are excited to bring additional continuing education opportunities for adaptive snowsports instructors. Through the National Adaptive Academy, we’re redefining disability for those who teach, or want to teach, adaptive sport and recreation.

Here is what you can expect:

  • Professional Ski Instructors of America – American Association of Snowboard CEUs available
  • Clinic Cost: $20 per clinic hour
  • Registration launches Friday, December 11th
  • Refunds will not be available.
Please read below to understand how you will register:

If you DID register for The Hartford Virtual Ski Spectacular Dec. 1-3:

  • Make sure you know the email with which you registered and registration confirmation number you received
  • If you need your confirmation email resent, please email Cayla Hammaker at

If you DID NOT register for The Hartford Virtual Ski Spectacular Dec. 1-3:

  • Complete a new registration through the link that will be shared on Friday, December 11th


PSIA-AASI National Adaptive Academy Extended Schedule
 All times are listed in Eastern Standard Time (EST) 

To access the schedule, please click the plus sign (+) below to expand each day and see the sessions!

Wednesday, January 6
Thursday, January 7
Friday, January 8


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Frequently Asked Questions

Who should attend?
What is the PSIA-AASI National Adaptive Academy?
What is the cost to attend?
Can I attend just one day of the PSIA-AASI National Adaptive Academy Extended
Do I need to be a member of PSIA-AASI in order to attend the PSIA-AASI National Adaptive Academy Extended?
Will CEUs be offered for the clinics?
Will these sessions be recorded?
Are there capacity limits on the clinics? If so, are there also going to be waitlists?
Can I change my registration?
If I paid for NAA sessions but can no longer attend, am I able to receive a refund?
I have registered for the event but am having trouble accessing my sessions. Where can I find help?

Additional questions?

 Cayla Hammaker

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