Programs

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Program Description Fee Start Date End Date
Advanced Program (Competitive) 1 1/2 hours/week The Tuesday evening advanced group skates for 1 1/2 hours, following an optional 1 hour dryland training session. Competitive status permits the skater to compete at sanctioned competitions. 435.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Advanced Program (Competitive) 1 hour/week The Thursday evening advanced group skates for 1 hour, following an optional 1 hour dryland training session. Competitive status permits the skater to compete at sanctioned competitions. 340.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Advanced Program (Competitive) 2 1/2 hours/week For those athletes seeking more sport-specific training, the advanced group offers a combination of optional dryland an on-ice training Tuesday and Thursday evenings, with an invitational Saturday morning ice time. 650.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Advanced Program (Recreational) 1 1/2 hours/week The Tuesday evening advanced group skates for 1 1/2 hours, following an optional 1 hour dryland training session. 415.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Advanced Program (Recreational) 1 hour/week The Thursday evening advanced group skates for 1 hour, following an optional 1 hour dryland training session. 320.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Advanced Program (Recreational) 2 1/2 hrs/week For advanced skaters seeking more sport-specific training, the advanced group offers a combination of optional dryland and on-ice training Tuesday and Thursday evening. 630.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Associate Coach This type of member contributes as a coach who does not participate as a skating member. 25.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Associate Member This type of member contributes as a volunteer or parent who does not participate as a skating member. 25.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Associate Official This type of member contributes as an official who does not participate as a skating member. 25.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Competitive Program A general category covering a range of competitive skaters at all levels. 2016-09-12 2017-03-31
Development Program (Competitive) 1 hour/week After a skater has completed the Introductory Program, they may continue to progress in the Development Program, enhancing the skills learned in Intro. The 1 hour per week option permits a skater to attend a single session per week, either Tuesday or Thursday evening. Competitive status permits a skater to compete in sanctioned competitions. 340.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Development Program (Competitive) 2 hours/week After a skater has completed the Introductory Program, they may continue to progress in the Development Program, enhancing the skills learned in Intro. The 2 hours per week program provides 1 hour sessions on each of Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Competitive status permits the skater to compete in sanctioned competitions. 570.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Development Program (Recreational) 1 hour/week After a skater has completed the Introductory Program, they may continue to progress in the Development Program, enhancing the skills learned in Intro. The 1 hour per week option permits a skater to attend a single session per week, either Tuesday or Thursday evening.  320.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Development Program (Recreational) 2 hours/week After a skater has completed the Introductory Program, they may continue to progress in the Development Program, enhancing the skills learned in Intro. The 2 hours per week program provides 1 hour sessions on each of Tuesday and Thursday evenings. 550.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Elite A skater who competes in International and/or Domestic sanctioned competitions i.e. SSC National Championships (Age Class, Junior, Senior), Canada Cups, North Americans, Canada Winter Games and Selection events in Canada. 145.00 2017-03-09 2017-03-31
Introductory Learn to Speed Skate

Although this is a fairly technical sport, almost anyone with basic skating skills can become quite accomplished in a few sessions with our experienced coaches.Any age is the right age to learn speed skating; we have members from as young as 5 to over 70 and invariably have children and parents/grandparents skating at the same time.  There are, however, certain basic skating abilities that are necessary to participate safely and effectively in the introductory program. These prerequisites are:

Balance Glide on one foot from blue line to red lineStopping Stop on a whistle from full speed in 5 metersSpeed From a standing start complete one lap in 40 seconds.Cognition Listen to and then perform a sequence of three instructions

160.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Morning Fitness (Competetive) Some skate for fitness, some skate to compete, all skate for fun. Come join fellow Masters at 6 am on Friday! This is the best chance to get in a lot of skating with a small group of skaters on our Olympic-sized ice surface and prepare for competition. 340.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Morning Fitness Recreational Program (10 sessions) Come join fellow Masters at 6 am on Friday for 10 weeks...give it a try! This is the best chance to get in a lot of skating with a small group of skaters on our Olympic-sized ice surface. 238.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Morning Fitness Recreational Program (full season) Some skate for fitness, some skate to compete, all skate for fun. Come join fellow Masters at 6 am on Friday! This is the best chance to get in a lot of skating with a small group of skaters on our Olympic-sized ice surface. 320.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Race Ready (Saturday morning by invitation) A program for advanced competitive skaters to develop technical racing skills and fitness for competition. Admission to the program is by invitation from the program coaches. 250.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Recreational Program A general category covering a range of recreational skaters. 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Small Blades Learn to Skate Program A learn to skate program in which skaters will transition from hockey skates to long blades over the course of the year. 320.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31
Wee Blades Learn to Skate For beginners age 3 to 6 who want to master their push and glide. Skaters must bring their own equipment (including hockey skates and helmet). The coach to skater ratio is capped at 5:1 to provide plenty of individual attention. 130.00 2016-09-13 2017-03-31