The Canadian Ski Patrol (CSP) is a nationally registered charity, comprised of highly trained volunteers dedicated to promoting safety and providing first-aid and rescue services to skiers and snowboarders. Each year, close to 4,200 volunteer members of the CSP provide their services to skiers and snowboarders at areas all across Canada – FREE OF CHARGE!
In Saskatchewan, about 100 members of the CSP provide services at five ski areas during the winter as well as a number of non-skiing events during the summer.
Our members have a love of skiing and a desire to help others. They are your friends and neighbors. The skills they develop will be put to use providing services at ski areas and events and perhaps right in your community.
If you want to do something different this winter, feel good about helping people and make a lot of friends while you’re doing it, then join us to learn more at our virtual Canadian Ski Patrol membership open house at 7:00 PM on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13. Register in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are at least 18 years old, able to ski or snowboard at least at an intermediate level, you can take one of the best first aid courses offered in Canada.
Training starts on line and finishes on site. We teach you how to rescue people on the slopes and trails.
For more information, visit our website at www.sask.skipatrol.ca