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1 1 of 6 level: 5 credit: 15 planned review date: June 2009 sub-field: purpose: Snowsport People credited with this unit standard are able to: snowboard freestyle on advanced at a snowsport area; snowboard freestyle on manmade features at a snowsport area; and adhere to safe snowboarding practices. This unit standard may be of interest to people working towards their snowboard coaching qualifications. entry information: accreditation option: moderation option: Prerequisite: Unit 18104, Snowboard on advanced at a snowsport area, or demonstrate equivalent knowledge and skills. Evaluation of documentation and visit by NZQA and industry. A centrally established and directed national moderation system has been set up by Sport, Fitness and Recreation Industry Training Organisation. special notes: 1 Advanced at a snowsport area is recognised as being all black runs within the patrolled areas and includes half pipes, park and boarder cross courses.

2 2 of 6 2 For definitions and explanations of the terms; side slipping, flexion and extension, pressure control, steering, edging, strong edged, side cut, effective edge, torsional flex camber, stance width, stance angle, indy, mute, lein, method, nose and tail, flat bottom, transition, wall, frontside and backside, lip, berm, roller, table top, whoop-de-doo, step up, gap jump, rotations, refer to Jim Hart (principal author), NZSIA Snowboard Stage 1 and 2 Instruction Manual, (Christchurch: Rainbow Print, 2005); available from New Zealand Snowsport Instructors Alliance, PO Box 2283, Wakatipu, website 3 This unit standard is the equivalent of the NZSIA snowboard level 6, up to and including strong edged turns and/or demonstrating board performance in all and snow conditions, the ability to perform basic flat land tricks, stable airs, basic half pipe riding, basic boarder cross riding, basic park riding, and competence at riding fakie. 4 The Snow Safety Code assumes that there is risk inherent in the sport of skiing (alpine, telemark, snowboarding), and that individuals must take responsibility for their behaviour in order to minimise that risk to themselves and to others. The code (in its various forms) is promoted within all snowsport areas and is enforced, where necessary, by patrollers and snowsport area management. For more information on the Snow Safety Code promoted by the Ski Areas Association of New Zealand, contact the New Zealand Snowsports Council, PO Box 27501, Wellington. 5 There are minimum assessor requirements for assessment against this unit standard. The details of these requirements are available on the Sfrito website

3 3 of 6 Elements and Performance Criteria element 1 at a snowsport area. performance criteria 1.1 Trainee demonstrates warm up and stretching exercises as outlined in the NZSIA Snowboard Division manuals. 1.2 The principles of form are used to adapt the movements of snowboarding to suit the and snow conditions. principles of form must include but are not limited to speed, timing, power, range, coordination; movements must include but are not limited to steering, edging, pressure control. 1.3 Turns of varying radius are linked together through the fall line in all situations. situations must include but are not limited to crud, powder, bumps, steeps, ice; radius must include but is not limited to small radius, medium radius, large radius. 1.4 Speed is controlled with the shape of the turn and/or by using side slipping. shape of turn may include but is not limited to open, unfinished incomplete and/or closed, finished, complete. 1.5 Design of equipment and equipment set-up is utilised to enhance snowboarding performance. performance may include but is not limited to ollies, nose rolls, airs, all riding; design must include but is not limited to side-cut, overall length, effective edge, forward lean, stance width, stance angle. 1.6 Airs are executed showing extension on take-off, flexion on landing, with stability throughout. 1.7 Fakie turns are demonstrated on all groomed through the fall line.

4 4 of 6 turns must include but are not limited to small, medium and large radius. element 2 Snowboard freestyle on manmade features at a snowsport area. performance criteria 2.1 Airs utilising a tabletop, including a grab, are executed showing extension on take-off, flexion on landing, and stability throughout. a grab may include but is not limited to indy, mute, method, lien, nose and tail; Airs may include but are not limited to 180 rotation, 360 rotation, 540 rotation, frontside or backside. 2.2 Half pipe riding is demonstrated utilising board performance and the shape of the pipe. board performance must include but is not limited to side cut, camber, effective edge, torsional flex; shape of the pipe must include but is not limited to frontside wall, backside wall, transition, flat bottom. 2.3 Snowboarding techniques through a boarder cross course are executed, demonstrating adaptation and utilisation of features. features may include but are not limited to berms, rollers, tabletops, whoop-de-doo s, step ups, gap jumps, spines.

5 5 of 6 element 3 Adhere to safe snowboarding practices. performance criteria 3.1 Maintenance of snowboard equipment matches performance requirements. maintenance must include but is not limited to surfaces waxed, edges sharpened, bindings securely attached, boots fitting firmly. 3.2 Snowboarding skills are used to avoid hazards. hazards may include but are not limited to other snow users, lift queues, snowsport area machinery and signage, bluffs, rocks. 3.3 Snowboarding and speed are controlled in areas of slope usage, and all snowsport area signs and regulations are observed. 3.4 The Snow Safety Code is explained and snowboarding practice complies with the code. Comments on this unit standard Please contact the Sport, Fitness and Recreation Industry Training Organisation if you wish to suggest changes to the content of this unit standard. Please Note Providers must be accredited by the Qualifications Authority or a delegated interinstitutional body before they can register credits from assessment against unit standards or deliver courses of study leading to that assessment. Industry Training Organisations must be accredited by the Qualifications Authority before they can register credits from assessment against unit standards. Accredited providers and Industry Training Organisations assessing against unit standards must engage with the moderation system that applies to those standards.

6 6 of 6 Accreditation requirements and an outline of the moderation system that applies to this standard are outlined in the Accreditation and Moderation Action Plan (AMAP). The AMAP also includes useful information about special requirements for providers wishing to develop education and training programmes, such as minimum qualifications for tutors and assessors, and special resource requirements. This unit standard is covered by AMAP 0050 which can be accessed at

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