There is no typical auxiliary. Rather than focusing on what an auxiliary patroller cannot do, lets focus on what they can do. Auxiliary patrollers can do everything any other patroller can do with the exception of ski and toboggan tasks. Many auxiliary patrollers do ski and can be first responders to incidents on the hill if area management is in agreement. All patrollers should be recognized for their strengths, no matter what the skill classification. As we begin to focus on the auxiliary patrollers’ strengths and encourage them to excel through our leadership programs, we as an organization will reap the rewards our auxiliary patrollers can bring.
of our Senior Auxiliary
Patrollers do participate in sled handling. They are interested in the prospect
of dual registration with the
National office as both Senior
Auxiliary and Alpine Basic. Through agreements with their
local area management they continue to function as alpine patrollers on the local
level. These people have chosen the
Senior Auxiliary option to enhance leadership skills and provide entry into
patrol leadership positions at home, region, division and even on the national level.
Take another look at our auxiliary patrollers.
Help them to help you by encouraging leadership development through the
Senior Auxiliary program.
Capture the energy; utilize all of your resources. For more
information on the Auxiliary and Senior Auxiliary Programs, contact the Central
Division Auxiliary Supervisor or your Region Auxiliary Administrator.
Take another look at our auxiliary patrollers. Help them to help you by encouraging leadership development through the Senior Auxiliary program. Capture the energy; utilize all of your resources. For more information on the Auxiliary and Senior Auxiliary Programs, contact the Central Division Auxiliary Supervisor or your Region Auxiliary Administrator.
Central Division would like to familiarize all patrollers with the auxiliary skill classification. A slide show is available to help spread the word about our auxiliary skill classification. Follow this link and download the slide show.
Central Division has rolled out guidelines for the Auxiliary Patroller to develop leadership skills through the Senior Auxiliary Program. Follow this link to the guidelines.
Patrollers can move from one skill classification to another by completing the requirements of that skill classification. Senior Auxiliary patrollers are moving into the Senior alpine classification. Other auxiliaries are completing requirements for alpine skill classification. The following flow charts delineate pathways to and from the Auxiliary skill classifications.