We will train you!
Contact Annette Hladio, Chief Recruiter, for more details.
Outdoor Emergency Care (OEC): usually taught in the Fall on Wednesday evenings and Saturdays from September to December
CPR for the Professional Rescuer: We do not provide this training.
You can contact the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross to find a class.
Some Ski Patrollers are certified CPR instructors and offer classes especially geared for patrollers.
Outdoor Emergency Transportation (OET): usually taught on Tuesday evenings and Sunday mornings during the ski season from December to March
OEC and CPR are the minimum training required to be a ski patroller.
Patrollers who do not have OET training spend most of their time doing first aid in the aid room.
You do not have to train with us.
The training is the same no matter where it is held.
You can train in OEC anywhere an authorized National Ski Patrol OEC class is held.
You can train in OET anywhere an authorized National Ski Patrol OET class is held that uses Cascade ® toboggans.