Snow Snakes Intro
Snow Snakes Intro - Thursday, January 11 7pm - Friday, January 12, 2018 10pm
Jackson County SAR
Jackson County SAR @ Monday, January 15 9am - Wednesday, January 17, 2018 7pm
FRONT RANGE ARCTIC CAT LEVEL 1
FRONT RANGE ARCTIC CAT LEVEL 1 - Saturday, February 3 - Monday, February 5, 2018
Friday, March 16 7pm – Saturday, March 17, 2018 8pm Central Time
Saturday, December 9, 2017
Muddy Creek parking area, Rabbit Ears Pass
Jackson Hole Hill Climb
Jackson Hole Hill Climb - Thursday, March 22 - Sunday, March 25, 2018
Rabbit Ears Intro - Denver Guys
Tuesday, January 9 – Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Where: Rabbit ears - Muddy Creek
AIR FORCE TRAINING
Tuesday, January30 – Saturday, February 3, 2018
Steamboat Powersports Intro Class
January 13th - 14th, 2018
Colorado Blizzards Intro Class
Friday, January 5th,6 pm – Saturday, January 6th, 2018, 9 pm Central Time
Vickery Open House
Friday, November 3, 2017 5pm – 10pm Central Time
Where: Vickery Motorsports
Steamboat Powersports Open House
Saturday, October 21st, 2017
Snow Range Snowmobile Club - Intro Class
Front Range Arctic Cat Intro Class
Seeley Lake MT
Come ride the Seeley Lake, MT Area with the #DrivenTeam and Push Your Boundaries; together we will:
Experience the Unknown
2 Days of Enhancing Your Riding Skills
Local Guides & Supporting Riders are Provided
Redefine Your Riding Skills with Bret Rasmussen, Ride Rasmussen Style
Classroom Avalanche Training
On-Snow Field Avalanche Training
Pre-Ride Meetings Daily
Post Ride Socials Daily
Driven Team Rider Appearances by: Cameron Chimenti with 3C Guiding,Brandon Chimenti and Tracy long photography
Mention Driven to get the Room Block Rate
Rich Ranch Montana Adventures 406-677-2317
This school is brought to you in partnership with Rich Ranch, LLC and permitted by the U.S. Government Seeley Lake Ranger District.
Avalanche and Riding Basics
A crash course in riding navigating in avalanche terrain. Under the Colorado Mountain School we have been tasked to train 2 groups of Air Force personel on proper operation, terrain management and land naviagtion on snowmobiles in hazordous contitions. We are very proud to share what we have learned with the men and women that defend our ability to enjoy the backcountry.
AIARE 1 – Decision Making in Avalanche Terrain
We are all set to take travel in the backcountry to the next level. Get signed up for a levl 1 class. This class will be on Buffalo Pass
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Snow Country Explorers - Creede, CO - Intro Course
Snowmobile North Dakota Convention
State Snowmobile conventions have been a great forum for TBA to share with the leaders in the clubs state wide. Sharing with key people to help get their members interested, starting with Wisconsin, followed by Nebraska and now North Dakota, we are happy to go share all we can. So if you are planning on being near Bottineau, ND. make sure you get over to see us.
Instructor Training Course
What an exciting year. The American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education (A.I.A.R.E.) has been working with several people/groups in North America, including Tylers Backcountry Awareness, on a project aimed to deliever a motorized specific circiulum that follows A.A.A. guildlines and is uniform across the America's. Until now, the only curriculum available has been a modified ski class and there is always some diviation on how to present good information to the riders. You could take a class in the Tetons and follow up with higher level learning in San Jauns and get courses that did not nessacerilly flow from one to another.
The program has been 3 years in the making and has really grown. With a list of students that was hand selected for locations and backgrounds. These instructors will provide the needed instructors to pair with last years course leads. We will have another 18 instructors in the field and bringing their unique perspectives to the class room. Tyler's Backcountry Awareness is proud to have 2 instrumental people invided to join.
From the A.IA.R.E website - Instructor Training Courses
Instructor Training Courses (ITC’s) are designed for continued professional development and act as an information exchange for current and aspiring outdoor educators. If you’re interested in sharing ideas and concepts in avalanche education, the AIARE ITC’s offer a forum to meet with other instructors. Guest speakers bring diverse perspectives and course participants take part in “peer presentations” in an effort to improve their presentation skills and contribute to the course.
All prospective AIARE instructors participate in the AIARE1 ITC en-route to becoming an AIARE1 Instructor. The ITC’s offer prospective instructors the chance to discuss and practice teaching the AIARE curriculum, which requires ITC participants to be familiar with the curriculum in advance of the programs. Note that participants must observe an AIARE 1 and 2 prior to attending the ITC 1, as detailed in the Instructor Qualifications. These ITC’s are three consecutive days in length. The courses spend time indoors and in the field.
The Instructor Training Course does not automatically qualify the participant to be an AIARE instructor. Complete qualifications are described here: Instructor Qualifications. Once they have attended a training course, instructors are required to refresh on a regular basis to maintain their instructor qualification.
A complete overview of the AIARE instructor training and instructor continuing education program is discussed here. If you are serious about the AIARE instructor training program you need to read that document.
Those who wish to attend an ITC should apply online through the Instructor Training Schedule page, following the process outlined above. For questions, contact Ben Pritchett, AIARE Programs Director;firstname.lastname@example.org