When it comes to being a ski patroller, there is no mold. There are, however, some common traits that all patrollers share. National Ski Patrol members have a strong desire to help others, learn emergency care techniques, improve their skiing and snowboarding skills, and enhance the safety and enjoyment of snow sports for all. Sound like you?
- World class first aid training
- Membership on a great team with hundreds of years of patrolling experience
- The personal satisfaction of selflessly assisting others in dire need
- Complimentary Lift Vouchers (one voucher for each fulfilled duty day)
- First on the mountain; Last off the mountain
- Membership in NSP provides access to prized Professional Discounts from top quality brands
- Bring a positive attitude and willingness to be helpful
- Fulfill a minimum number of patrol duty days each season. This varies with each seasons needs, but is usually between 10 -15 scheduled duty days, the first weekend of December thru the first weekend of April.
- Maintain Outdoor Emergency Care Certification. To do this the following areas need to be refreshed yearly:
- Outdoor Emergency Care (OEC)
- CPR Refresher
- On-hill refresher training includes: Toboggan handling (OET) and lift evacuation
- Help with our annual fundraiser (SOS Fair – usually the last weekend in October or the first weekend in November)