|Patrols in the Division
Instructor Activity Form
Route to Becoming an Instructor
Course Completion Form
Instructor Application Form
Enhancement Permission Form
IT Application Form
OEC Fee Form
Click on links for minutes from past board meetings ; 8-10-2012; 4-21-2012; 8-15-2010; 4-10-2010: 05-08-2009;
Nor'Wester Issues: June 2013; March 2013: Dec. 2012; Special 2012; Sept 2012; June 2012; March 2012;
PNWD Nuts & Bolts 3-Day Clinic at Mt Hood May 31st - June 2ndThe annual Nuts & Bolts Clinic at Mt Hood is coming soon. See flyer for details.
All Discipline Instructor Recertification
Oregon Region is hosting an All
Discipline Instructor Recertification Course at the Region BBQ at
Willamette Pass Ski Resort on July 14, 2013. Class
starts at 9:00 a.m. If you are an instructor, you need to recertify in
your field(s) once every three years. If you have not taken an
Instructor Recertification course within the past two years, this is
your chance to catch up! Disciplines
represented include OET, Avy, ID, MTR, and OEC.
Please contact me if you wish to sign up for this course, no matter which discipline you plan to recertify, or if you have questions.
Sarah Aitken, Oregon Region OEC
Fall Hike in England
WANTED adventurous hiker/climbers, walkers, rescue workers for exploring the pristine, forested and craggy Lake District of Northern England. Walk in the footsteps of Mallory,Whimper and Wordsworth in this spectacular land. We are guests of the Lake District Rescue Team our equivalent of Search and Rescue in Washington, except on Granite cliffs instead of snow and ice. See flyer for details.
Convention Awards Breakout Slides
Link for the PowerPoint Slides from the 2012 Convention. Please note this is a large file.
Please be advised that the 2011-2012 budget for the division is now posted.
Pacific Northwest Division, National Ski Patrol
The National Ski Patrol (NSP) is a Federally Chartered nonprofit membership association dedicated to serving the public and the mountain recreation industry by providing education services about emergency care and safety.
NSP also reaches members through nationally funded education materials and programs, division newsletters, and local clinics. Through its divisions, NSP conducts training events to supplement training provided by the ski areas. This cooperative effort ensures that members are serving the needs of area management while staying in tune with a nationally standardized system.
Vision Statement: The Pacific Northwest Division is the foremost ski patroller association comprised of volunteer and paid patrollers in the host ski areas, dedicated to maintaining performance standards in the ski patrol environment. The main purpose of the ski patroller is to deliver up-dated first aid and rescue services to the skiing and outdoor-recreation public. The Pacific Northwest Division is an integral part of the National Ski Patrol Systems, Inc.The Pacific Northwest Division Ski Patrol is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. Our most recent return is available here.