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What’s the Criteria to pass the BASI Level 2?

BASI like to explain the standard of the level you wish to achieve in a way you are likely to be assessed, therefore explaining the appropriate terrain and tasks you will be asked to perform.

The majority of the level two course is held on steeper blue or gradual red runs. The overall standard is that of a confident skier, with sound understanding and knowledge.

To be able to achieve tasks set you must demonstrate key fundamentals, effective posture and balance flow, control of speed and line and steering elements. These are all elements that are all worked on during your gap course.

 Remembering to work on your central theme, short and long turns, as well as bumps and variables, makes you a well rounded skier and good candidate for the qualification.

Check out the below video to understand more about what’s required to pass you BASI level 2 exam.

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