Outdoor Emergency Transportation

Welcome to the original PATROLLER SCHOOL! The Outdoor Emergency Transportation (OET) program originated two-day weekend events to offer Patrollers with great training opportunities and camaraderie with like-minded members. OET offers a variety of venues spread out across the division. Check out the list below and read about the courses offered.

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Trainer-Evaluator STW Con Ed

Belleayre Mountain, NY
January 8, 2022

Trainer-Evaluator STW Con Ed

Montage, PA
January 29, 2022

Trainer-Evaluator STW Con Ed

Waterville Valley, NH
January 30, 2022

Trainer-Evaluator STW Con Ed

Gore Mountain, NY
January 29, 2022

Trainer-Evaluator STW Con Ed

Bristol, NY
February 12, 2022

TE Re-Certification


Elk Mountain PA Patroller School

January 22 – 23, 2022

Sugarloaf ME Patroller School

January 22 – 23, 2022

Killington VT Patroller School

February 5 – 6, 2022

Holiday Valley NY Patroller School

February 26 -27, 2022

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Eastern Division is dedicated to bringing the best National Ski Patrol educational programs to members in the northeastern United States.  Patroller School was created to help program managers reach Ski Patrollers, and their affiliate members, locate and enroll in division sponsored events.  Our goal is to provide everyone with easy access to selecting and registering for courses.  We are interested in feedback from anyone who has attended any of our events.  Feedback is anonymous and goes directly to the Program Supervisor.  Please check out the following Improvement Questionnaires, fill out the survey and most importantly, take a little time to write us your thought.  Feedback from our users is valuable and gets action . . .