A guest professional must submit to the ice monitor prior to teaching on FSCM ice sessions their name and a copy of their USFS membership card, their PSA membership card, and current liability insurance. In addition, guest professionals must sign a FSCM liability waiver. No professional will be allowed on the ice without proof of USFS and PSA membership and liability insurance.
A guest professional may teach two days as a visiting professional. After two days of teaching during FSCM ice sessions, the guest professional must apply to become a FSCM full or associate professional member.
Professionals who are choreographers may continue to teach without becoming a member but may not teach freestyle, moves-in-the-field or ice dance. Choreographers must pay $5 per day after the two day grace period.
The attendance of a guest professional must be noted on the corresponding ice session monitor sheet(s).