In conjunction with the implementation of STAR 6-Gold, training requirements on the new content and standards have been outlined for existing evaluators and coach assessors (Skills). Training requirements based on current qualifications are outlined below. Following the successful completion of the training requirements and application for promotion outlined above, evaluators and coach assessors will be […]
The following charts provide information on STAR 6 – Gold Equivalency. We have provided two versions of the equivalency chart for STAR 6 – Gold assessments. The STAR 6 – Gold Equivalency Overview shows all disciplines at a glance per STAR level. The STAR 6 – Gold Equivalency by Discipline displays each discipline by itself. […]
Don’t miss your chance to get early-bird pricing on the stellar lineup of world-class speakers at the 2019 Ice Summit in Ottawa, Ontario from May 23-25. Early-bird pricing ends Sunday, March 17 at 23:59 Eastern Time. Full details can be found here.
Skate Canada’s mission is to be a leader in the delivery of skating programs and to have a continuing legacy of champions. In order to achieve this goal, it is critical that best in class programs are developed and executed by Skate Canada, our clubs, skating schools and coaches. This is facilitated, in part, through […]
Who are adaptive skaters? Adaptive skaters are the athletes participating in our programs and events who have a physical disability or ailment. Through collaboration with individuals in the medical field, Skate Canada has now developed a list of disabilities and/or ailments which will assist you in determining if an athlete could be considered an “adaptive […]
Calling all rising leaders! The David Dore Mentorship Fund provides an opportunity for a leader in our community to further develop their leadership skills with the goal of enhancing Skate Canada’s leadership depth. The recipient will participate in the 2019 Ice Summit in Ottawa and will have unique opportunities to interact with Skate Canada leaders. To […]
Selection of entries from Regional Synchronized Skating Championships to 2019 Synchronized Nationals Qualifying Rounds is as follows. Reference: Skate Canada Rule Book/Competitions Selection of Entries from RegionalsThe final result in each Regional event shall determine the competitors eligible to enter the equivalent National qualifying competition. [A] Novice, Intermediate, Open, Junior, and Senior: Teams that place […]
Amendments to the Skate Canada bylaws must be submitted for consideration no later than February 24, 2019. Detail on submission is included in Skate Canada Bylaws, Article 12. If you have any questions regarding submission, please contact Member Services at email@example.com
Skate Canada Service Centre will be closed starting at 3:00 pm (ET) on Thursday, December 20 and will reopen for regular business at 8:30 am (ET) on Wednesday, January 2, 2019. Skate Canada would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season.
Clubs and Schools are emailed invoices which must be paid upon receipt. Invoices may be paid by cheque or by direct billing through the following financial institutions: Desjardins, RBC, CIBC, BMO or Scotiabank. List the bill payee as Skate Canada and use your club/skating school number for the account number.