Learn to Skate Adult is divided into beginner and advanced lessons for skaters.
Learn to Skate - Beginner: Development of balance and posture. Introduction to various skills involving balance and posture, forward and backward skating and stopping. Prerequisite: None.
Learn to Skate - Advanced: Development of edges and turns. Introduction to cross-overs, slalom skating, two foot turns, parallel stopping, backward circle thrusts. Prerequisite: Successful completion or skill ability equal to Learn to Skate - Beginner.
Mandatory Equipment: CSA approved hockey helmet and hockey or figure skates.
Learn to Skate Early Child introduces new skaters aged to basic skating skills. The lesson consists of a warm-up, skill development, games and free skate. Program variations offered: Learn to Skate - Beginner and Learn to Skate with Caregiver.
Learn to Skate - Beginner: Skaters must be capable of going on the ice alone and be able to stand and walk on skates off the ice.
Learn to Skate with Caregiver: Caregivers must be at least 14 years of age, a competent skater and actively participate with the enrolled skater.
Mandatory Equipment: CSA approved hockey helmet with full face cage (child) and CSA approved hockey helmet (caregiver) in with Caregiver programs. All participants require hockey or figure skates.