Events can be displayed based on the following categories:
Our goal is to serve all members who sign up for events. Your best chance of gaining a spot on the roster is by registering 3-weeks prior to the event. If an event is full, you may still sign up and be placed on a Waiting List. If it is possible for us to accommodate you, we will email or contact you by phone. You will not have to pay for the event unless you receive an confirmed space on the roster. Event pricing is determined by the date you register on the wait list. Space in the event is based on the staff we have available and capacity of the rooms.
Select the event in the event search above and will be re-directed to the national site www.thesnowpros.org for event registration. If it is your first time logging in you will use your email address as your user name and your national ID number as your password. We do not accept phone registration.
Not a member with PSIA-AASI or having trouble registering? Use one of these forms instead:
Western Division Event Cancellation Policy
*For cancellations at least 2-weeks in advance of the event: A full refund will be provided.
*For cancellations at least 1-week in advance of the event: There is a minimum $25 fee, and the remaining balance of the registration fees will be refunded.
*For cancellations at least 2 working days in advance of the event: There is a minimum $25 fee to cancel, and 50% of the remaining registration fees will be refunded.
*For cancellations less than 2 working days in advance of the event: No refunds will be issued.
**Western Division reserves the right to cancel any event if it lacks registration by the published date. All fees will be refunded.
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PSIA-AASI – Americans with Disabilities Act (A.D.A.) Policy
Notice to candidates:
PSIA-AASI is committed to providing access to those persons with disabilities during the clinic and examination process. An individual with a disability is defined by the ADA as a person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, a person who has a history or record of such an impairment, or a person who is perceived by others as having such an impairment. Various states may have broader definitions.
If you feel you have such a disability and seek a reasonable accommodation during the testing process we need to know this well before the examination so we can work together to create, if possible, the accommodation which will allow you to take the exam under conditions that maintain safety for all involved.
If you seek an accommodation, please contact the division office four weeks before the clinic or examination (or as soon as the need for the accommodation is apparent), and notify them of your request for an accommodation and make this request in writing.
PSIA-AASI may seek medical or other guidance to address the most appropriate accommodation to assess the need and type of accommodation requested, so if this is applicable to you please be prepared with that information.
The association does not have to provide a reasonable accommodation if doing so will be an undue hard- ship, or compromises safety of anyone involved in the examination process. Undue hardship means significant difficulty or expense, significant disruption of the association, or a change to the basic nature of the fundamental skills being tested.
If the person with a disability asks for a reasonable accommodation that is an undue hardship for your association, or compromises safety, the association will determine if there is another accommodation that is less burdensome, more safe, and/or less expensive.