About our Program
Our Spring 2021 CanSkate program is running two on Mondays and Tuesdays from April to May. Our Skate Canada certified coaches, along with our fantastic program assistants, work together to execute the Skate Canada mandated CanSkate program. Your skater will participate in a variety of different circuits that will allow them to work on and build upon many different skating skills. Due to COVID-19, we are unable to accept any young skaters who have not already passed Stage 1 of the CanSkate program. If you have a young skater who would like to learn how to skate, please reach out to us to explore some options.
Skate Canada has six levels that your skater can work through, and each level is broken up into balance, agility and control skills. The focus of these programs is to provide an active learning environment. Thus, your skater would participate in a variety of different circuits and activities every night that include the skills that they would be working on.
If you have any questions about either of these programs, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What will your skater learn?
A complete series of balance, control and agility skills taught in six stages of learning that pertain to hockey, ringette, speed skating and figure skating as well as general recreational skating. CanSkate uses nationally-tested and proven curriculum and delivery methods that guarantee skater success in developing stronger basic skills and developing them faster.
What can you expect?
Action, movement and fun! Skaters progress at their own rate and coaches make sessions active using teaching aids, upbeat music and a wide variety of activities that create a motivational environment and promote learning. Badges, ribbons and other incentives are used to benchmark skaters’ progress and reward effort and participation.
For more information on these programs, click on the button below to check out Skate Canada's "learn-to-skate" webpage.