For return students on consecutive days:
- Student returns to instructor for an additional lesson and the instructor teaches that student.
- Student returns to instructor for an additional lesson, but, in the best interest of student, instructor moves student to a more appropriate level.
- Student returns to same instructor for an additional lesson, but lesson is in a different discipline or time frame (e.g. first day PM beginner class, second day all day class; first day adult alpine class, second day a snowboard class).
- Instructor is scheduled, meets and greets their students, and is willing to work but the class is combined out; instructor will be given pay and earn return students credits for that day.
- Student returns, but instructor cannot teach student because instructor is scheduled on a season-long program (i.e. All-Mountain). Instructor will earn return student credits for those students as long as they are documented on the consecutive day’s class list of another instructor.
- Instructor takes a student from a private lesson to a group lesson product the following day. The student will count as a class return.
For return students on non-consecutive days, the following criteria must be met:
- The instructor taught the student in a previous class in the current season.
- If the student has had multiple instructors, the instructor taking credit for the return was the latest instructor to teach that student.
When a returning student is not counted as a return:
- The instructor is scheduled off or requests not to work before the class organization process has taken place.
- The guest specifically asks to go with a different instructor.
- The returning student is not from the current year.
- The instructor is not the latest instructor to teach the student.