Date: 28 – 30 April 2021

Venue: Butik Hotel Majer’ca, Bohinjsko jezero, SLOVENIA,

HOST partner: SITAS – Ski instructor and trainer Association of Slovenia (SLOVENIA)




Considering the agenda and the current situation of the Covid 19 pandemic in the partner countries, the 2nd SKI EASY meeting was held on April 28-30, 2021, and not in Rogla at the end of March as planned. It was held in hybrid format (on-site and online).

The afternoon of April 28, 2021 was set aside for a brief introductory meeting to discuss the plan for the morning ski workshop on the Vogel ski slope. The next morning, April 29, 2021, despite the bad weather, we were able to conduct a ski workshop and some video materials with exercises used in the partner countries for certain levels of learning to ski. On Thursday afternoon, the 29th, all participants (on-site and online) gathered for the second part – the online meeting, where the first minutes were reserved for the introductory words. In addition, Rado Pišot presented the workshop from the morning and the concept SKI EASY for a unified ski instructor model and opened the space for further discussion. There was a fruitful discussion of the proposed ideas by most of the participants present. Consideration of all proposals and discussions, as well as future sharing of experiences and comments, will be incorporated into the ongoing process of developing the SKI EASY concept for a unified ski teaching model.

Uroš Marušič presented the idea of the scope of MOBILE APP (mobile application) and Saša Pišot presented the idea of the visual identity of the project, for which we selected the logo by voting.

The support of SRC Center for Project Management (Barbara Pandev) was available to answer additional questions about finances and management.

The next day, April 30, 2021, the scheduled morning snow workshop was cancelled because Vogel Ski Center closed the ski slope due to inclement weather. The partners continued the meeting with a discussion about the 5 methodical exercises for each SKI EASY step and about correction exercises that should also be included in the concept.

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.