Learn to Skate (Frontenac Minor Hockey)

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                                        Registration for 2017-2018 Learn to Skate is NOW OPEN


LEARN TO SKATE

The intent of learn to skate is to teach children how to skate. It is open to all ages. Hockey equipment is not required but is allowed. A helmet is mandatory. We will offer TWO separate Learn to Skate sessions at $80/8 week session, which will run once a week on Saturday mornings. The first series of session will be on December 2nd ,9th ,16th, 23rd and the second series of sessions will be on January 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th. This program is designed for families interested in getting their children confident on skates but not quite sure if they want to commit to playing hockey. Parents are encouraged to come on the ice with their children.  At any time during the program you can transfer to our Tyke/IP program at a pro-rated fee.

To register for Learn To Skate CLICK HERE and fill out an online registration form

QUESTIONS
If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact the Tyke/IP Coordinator Jeff Peck at: [email protected]

For any registration related questions please contact: [email protected]


 


Volunteer Opportunity – Program Assistants 
We are looking for 3-4 Program Assistants to volunteer on ice during our Learn to Skate (LTS) program every Saturday for the 10 sessions.

8 week sessions 
Time: Saturday’s @ 8:00 AM - 8:50 AM  

    Program Assistant roles and responsibilities:

 

  • Set out equipment at the beginning of the session

  • Assist in clean up at the end of the session

  • Help the skaters on and off the ice, assist the new skaters in standing, balancing and participating in warm up and cool down

  • Assist the skaters as directed by the Coach

  • Monitor for safety

  • Be a role model for the skaters during the session

Why serve as a Program Assistant? Serving as a Program Assistant provides an opportunity for experienced skaters to improve their leadership skills, make new friends, and serve as role models for our new skaters.

Skaters 12 yrs and older considering this position must be current registered Frontenac Minor Hockey players.
FMHA will also sign off on high school volunteer hours.


Candidates must demonstrate:

  • A helping nature

  • Patience with children

  • An ability to communicate ideas clearly

  • Reliability

  • A sense of commitment to tasks

  • Ability to lead activities in a creative and enthusiastic manner

  • Have fun!


Please consider joining our team. Our Learn-To-Skate program needs your help!


If interested please email us at admin@frontenachockey.ca and reference Learn to Skate Program Assistant.

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