competitive

Competitive

Please note:

Categories apply to alpine, para-alpine and ski cross
Age is listed as of Dec. 31 this season
Members from Quebec are covered for Commercial General Liability under SQA's policy

Entry level (U10 and under)

Skier development stage (AIM 2 Win) - Competitors in the Gliding Start through Learn to Train stages.
Training – May train at any preapproved venue worldwide with a registered club program. ***With appropriate sport accident insurance compliance
Competition - May travel to compete in sanctioned events locally. Canada district provinces (East & West) can compete regionally. 
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability  
Recommended insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. Out of Canada training/competition requires purchase of ACA provided Sport Accident Insurance (SAIP)
Registration form 

Recreational cards (U12-U21)

Skier development stage (AIM 2 Win) - Competitors in the Skier Essentials and Learn to Train stages.
Training – May train at any preapproved venue worldwide with a registered club program.***With appropriate sport accident insurance compliance
Competition - May travel to compete in events in any region within their province of registration. Does not allow for interprovincial competition. Ineligible for a FIS license, national team selection and national championship events.  
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability 
Recommended insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. Out of Canada training/competition requires purchase of ACA provided Sport Accident Insurance (SAIP) 
Registration form  

National cards (U12-U21 and over)

Skier development stage (AIM 2 Win) - Competitors in Learn to Train stages and beyond.
Training – May train at any preapproved venue worldwide with a registered club program.***With appropriate sport accident insurance compliance
Competition - May compete outside of their province of registration. Eligible for a FIS license, national team selection* and national championships events. NOTE: Athletes must also hold a CAN FIS license for national team selection. Athletes are only required to hold 1 national card if they are a multi discipline athlete i.e. AL & SX

Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability  
Recommended insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident.  Out of Canada training/competition requires purchase of ACA provided Sport Accident Insurance (SAIP)
Registration form  

FIS licenses (alpine and ski cross)

FIS licenses are issued separately for alpine and ski cross

Provincial FIS (U18 and over)

Skier development stage (AIM 2 Win) - Competitors in Learn to Race stages and beyond over the age of 16 years.
Competition - Eligible to race in FIS events within their home province only.***Mandatory to hold a national card to be able to register for a Provinical FIS license
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability, provincial health care.
Recommended Insurance - Family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form  
Athlete declaration form
Medical evaluation form  

Canadian FIS (U18 and over)

Skier development stage (AIM 2 Win) - Competitors in Learn to Race stages and beyond over the age of 16 years.
Competition - Eligible to race in FIS events within Canada.***Mandatory to hold a national card to be able to register for Canadian FIS license 
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability, SAIP Class 3 and FIS Disability. 
Recommended Insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form
Athlete declaration form
Medical evaluation form  

FIS International (U18 and over)

Skier development stage (AIM 2 Win) - Competitors in Learn to Race stages and beyond over the age of 16 years.
Competition - Eligible to race in FIS events internationally. ***Point restrictions applicable for Southern hemisphere racing.***Mandatory to hold a national card to be able to register for a Canadian FIS license.  
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability, SAIP Class 2 and FIS Disability. NOTE: SAIP Class 1insurance may need to be purchased if an athlete will be outside of Canada for more than 30 days. Contact your PSO for more information.
Recommended Insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form  
Athlete declaration form
Medical evaluation form 

Para-Alpine
IPC Canada license (U18 & Over)

Competition - Eligible to race in IPC sanctioned events within Canada.***Mandatory to hold a national card to be able to register for a Canadian IPC license 
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability, SAIP Class 3
Recommended insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form

Athlete declaration form

Medical evaluation form  

IPC International license (U18 & Over)

Competition - Eligible to race in international IPC sanctioned events.***Mandatory to hold a national card to be able to register for a Canadian IPC license 
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability, SAIP Class 2  
Recommended Insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form 

Athlete declaration form

Medical evaluation form

Masters

Masters' Weekend Pass (U21 and over)

For members over the age of 18 competing in Masters' events. Weekend cards can be purchased in any region however not out of province. Masters athletes wishing to race in another province MUST hold a masters national card.

Training – May train at any preapproved venue worldwide with a registered club program.
Competition - Valid for competition within home province only. 
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability  
Recommended Insurance - Provincial Health Care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form  

Masters' National Card (U21 and over)

For members over the age of 18 competing in Masters' events. National cards are purchased through your province of registration.

Training – May train at any preapproved venue worldwide with a registered club program.
Competition - May compete in sanctioned masters events nationally. Eligible to purchase a FIS license.
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability  
Recommended Insurance - Provincial Health Care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident. 
Registration form  

Masters' FIS License

For members over the age of 30 years. Must hold a National card.

Competition - Eligible to race in FIS masters events internationally.***Mandatory to hold a national card to be able to register for a Canadian FIS Masters License.
Required Insurance - Commercial General Liability
Recommended Insurance - Provincial health care, family or personal insurance policies for excess medical and sport accident 
Registration form 

Athletes Declaration 

Medical evaluation form

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