Programs

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Program Description Fee Start Date End Date
8. 2016-17 Advanced (Competitive) The Advanced group program is an intensive program for older competitive skaters.  All skaters must have the permission of the coaching staff to participate.  Skaters wishing to participate in this program are expected to be interested in competition, committed to training, and have the technical skills, speed and maturity (social, emotional, and athletic) to safely participate in the practices and enjoy the extra workload associated with this program.
In general, skaters must be at least eleven (skating age) to participate in this group and have a combined time (400m + 1500m) of 240 seconds (boys) or 245 seconds (girls) or better (re-evaluated each year depending on the numbers and skill profile of skaters in the group).  All skaters in this group must understand and respect all aspects of track safety. Skaters must be able to skate safely and effectively in a group on the track.  Skaters in this group will normally practice three times a week on ice, for a total of four hours.  Skaters may be required to be at practices up to 60 minutes beforehand for an off-ice warm-up and dryland training.
Skaters who will compete in regional meets, but NOT in National Championships, National Qualifier or National (Jr. or Sr.) Selections, Canada Cups or Canada Games during the current season should register under this "Competitive" option. 

2016-08-16 2017-03-31
9. 2016-17 Advanced (Elite) The Advanced group program is an intensive program for older competitive skaters.  All skaters must have the permission of the coaching staff to participate.  Skaters wishing to participate in this program are expected to be interested in competition, committed to training, and have the technical skills, speed and maturity (social, emotional, and athletic) to safely participate in the practices and enjoy the extra workload associated with this program.
In general, skaters must be at least eleven (skating age) to participate in this group and have a combined time (400m + 1500m) of 240 seconds (boys) or 245 seconds (girls) or better (re-evaluated each year depending on the numbers and skill profile of skaters in the group).  All skaters in this group must understand and respect all aspects of track safety. Skaters must be able to skate safely and effectively in a group on the track.  Skaters in this group will normally practice three times a week on ice, for a total of four hours.  Skaters may be required to be at practices up to 60 minutes beforehand for an off-ice warm-up and dryland training.
Skaters who will skate in National Championships, National Qualifiers or National (Jr. or Sr.) Selections, Canada Cups or Canada Games during the current season should register with this "Elite" option. 

2016-08-16 2017-03-31
92. 2016-17 Skate Rental (Boots & Blades) Regular season skate rental 85.00 2016-08-16 2017-03-31
93. 2016-17 Skate Rental (Boots or Blades only) Regular season boot or blade rental 50.00 2016-08-16 2017-03-31
96. 2016-17 Advanced HP Supplemental Ice (Mondays) Additional Monday hour for High Performance program skaters within the Advanced group. Participation Standards apply. 2016-10-01 2017-04-01
Volunteer Coach Lead or assistant coach with Speed Skate PEI 2016-09-01 2017-05-31