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 Poster: A snowHead
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The ISIA now has an active database of all instructors who hold the ISIA Stamp (BASI L3) and ISIA Card (BASI L4) http://isia.cogitoweb.it/en/search so you can check to see if your instructor holds a current qualification.

There is also a very useful listing of all Nations Qualifications so you can see what each countries "levels" are http://isia.cogitoweb.it/en/associates
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Interesting...I could not find any description about the Levels and Codes?

What does a Level 2 mean in ISIA terms....not to be confused with Level 2 in BASI terms.
I think it means what we generally take to mean "ISIA" as a qualification, Level 1 being "ISTD"

Is that correct?
If so if you have an ISIA recognised Level 2 in a discipline can you then ask for an ISIA card?

me=confused
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Level 2 = ISIA Stamp = BASI L3
Level 1 = ISIA Card = BASI L4

Details on levels at http://www.isiaski.org/download/rules/Minimumstandard_en.pdf
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Thanks, the reason I ask is because The Lass has done Adaptive 2 and Mountain Safety in BASI.
On the ISIA qualifications list you linked to that would suggest she has met the criteria to be ISIA in that discipline.

I just thought that a bit of a puzzle, but perhaps it is the case.
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 Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
@rungsp, confusing isn't it... I think that if you are the highest level in your associations discipline you are eligible for the stamp but not necessarily the Card. say in BASI you are an L3 Telemark you get an ISIA Stamp or Adaptive L3 you get Stamp.

BASI sits on the fence with the ISIA on the one hand seem to be active members on the other side with the FEMPs group (IT AU and FR) on many things to the detriment of most members.
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I noticed that too @rungsp. Interesting if true. The telemark BASI L2 is also apparently listed as ISIA standard, whereas to reach that standard in alpine you have to be a BASI L3

http://isia.cogitoweb.it/en/associates/15

I suspect that the confusion may just be that there isn't an ISTD level qualification in the BASI telemark and adaptive disciplines listed on that page.
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