All athletes must have a current and applicable license when participating in any sanctioned club activities, programs and events. Athlete licenses can be upgraded at any time.
CLUB ATHLETE – $115
For entry-level athlete training and athletes who plan to participate in FUNdamentalz and Freestylerz programs and regional (Super Youth) level competitions.
PROVINCIAL ATHLETE – $195
For athletes who plan to compete in provincial or national competitions, Timber Tour and beyond.
FIS ATHLETE – $765
For athletes who plan to compete in FIS-sanctioned events. It includes a FIS license and mandatory Out-of-country Accident Insurance.
To activate your FIS license, you must :
Register online as a FIS athlete.
Once steps 1 and 2 have been completed, please allow 5-10 business days for your FIS license to be activated. Athletes can search for their FIS # on the FIS website.
A Freestyle BC membership is required to coach at any level in BC. Coaches must also have, at minimum, their Fundamentalz, SafeSport, Making Ethical Decision, and Making Headway certifications and an NCCP number.
Coaches can find their NCCP number on the Coaching Association of Canada’s website.
All judges/central officials working with a national-level competition (e.g., Timber Tour, Jr. Nationals, Canadian Cup) or provincial-level competition must have a Judge/Major Official license.
It is required for Club Admins/Registrars, the Board of Directors of the PSO and LSOs, and Club and Parent Volunteers or Level 1 Officials. Includes access to Snowsports Officials Level 1 online training.