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 PRE-CANPOWER

 

Fall Registration is now OPEN
 
Fall 2022 Schedule is LIVE!
 
 
 

Acceptance LevelDesigned for young skaters, approximately five to six years of age (U7) who have an acceptable level of a skating ability of having PASSED the CanSkate Stage 2 Level.

 

If you are unsure if this applies to your skater, please contact Alexa via

email: learntoskate.sasc@gmail.com


Pre-CanPowerSkate is designed for young skaters, approximately ages 4-6 who have an acceptance entry level of Skate Canada's Stage 1 and partial Stage 2 that may not be ready for CanPowerSkate Level 1. The curriculum is presented in three progressive levels (A,B,C) complete with its own awards to encourage participation and motivate skaters. Pre-Power helps develop basic skating abilities in a power skating-specific environment, including balance skills, forward and backward skating, stopping, turning and agility skills. This program offers instruction on how to skate efficiently and deliberately. Although it is a group program, each skater will receive optimal instruction from our Power skating instructors.The coach to skater ratio is 1:10. Pre-CanPowerSkate has been designed to run concurrently with CanSkate sessions. 

 

 Pre-CanPower has been designed to run concurrently with CanSkate sessions. No Sticks allowed!

 

*IMPORTANT NOTE: Skaters will be assessed on the first day of the program. If the skaters skill criteria has not been met, skater will be moved to the CanSkate program (at the discretion of the PrePower instructor and/or Learn to Skate Coordinator).


 

Equipment Requirements:

-Black Hockey skates are required. Any other skate (plastic or fabric) will result in your skater being switched into the CanSkate (5+) program.

-Optional full hockey gear (but recommended)

-NO STICKS!

 

**Please check out our "Skating Equipment" tab under the "Learn To Skate" header for a great deal on new skating equipment!**


 

Schedules

 

 

Fall 2022 Schedule- (September-December)   

Day 

Date 

Time 

# of Classes 

Location

Cost

No Skating Dates

Sunday

Sept.11-Dec.8 3:45-4:30pm 14 Troy Murray $225 Oct.9 & Dec.4

 

           

 Tuesday

Sept.13-Dec.13 6:15-7:00pm 13 Go Auto $240  

 

           

 Wednesday

Sept.14-Dec.14 6:15-7:00pm 14 Troy Murray $240  

    

 


1) Cancellation/Refund Policy: No refund available for any reason. Family credit only with doctor’s note (credit expires in 12 months from issuing date.)

2) Club Information: Please ensure you have given a current email address on the registration form as all notices and newsletters will be sent via email for the upcoming season. It is your responsibility to check these notices or the SASC website: www.stalbertskatingcentre.com for all skating information.

3) Equipment: Skater must wear Hockey Helmet* (CSA approved). Full hockey gear is optional. You will not be able to participate if you are not fully dressed.

4) Class Description, Cost and Pricing: Class size: Max 24 This program focuses on Hockey and Ringette stride technique to improve balance, power, agility, speed and endurance on the ice. Skills, techniques and conditioning drills are taught in a progressive format that emphasizes how the skills apply to game situations.

*Skate Canada Fee ($45.00): Non-refundable. Payable once a season beginning on September 1st of every year (Not included in the prices above)