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NEW TEST DAY PROCEDURES

Effective April 1, 2017

Type Fee
Free Skating $12.00 per part
Dance $12.00 per individual dance
Interpretive $12.00 per test
Skating Skills $12.00 per test

Skate Canada Test Resources

STAR 1-5 Tests:

  1. A KWSC Coach is responsible for printing and filling out the Skate Canada Assessment Sheet and collecting test money from the skater/parent/guardian in advance of the test. The coach must also include their Skate Canada membership number on assessment sheet.
  2. The test is assessed by the coach, and can take place any time as discussed between the coach and skater. 
  3. After the test is completed, the coach submits the collected money and completed assessment sheet in the KWSC Test Day Drop Box.
  4. The Coach shall email the KWSC Club Relations Coordinator to inform them that the assessment sheet and test day fee has been dropped in the Test Day Drop Box, copying the parent/guardian on the email. The KWSC Club Relations Coordinator will confirm that the submission has been collected copying both the coach and the parent or skater in her reply.
  5. The club will then forward the test form and payment to Skate Canada and if the test was passed record it on the skaters KWSC membership account.

STAR 6+ Tests:

  1. Online registration will open thirty (30) days before the formal test day, and remain open until fifteen (15) days before test day at 10:00 pm. Parents/guardians are to register and pay online. Please ensure the Partner (for Dances), No Music/Music (For Skills), and Title (for Interpretive) are mentioned in comments/notes before completing the payment.
  2. Coaches must ensure skaters or parent/guardian of skaters register for the proper test online through the KWSC Membership system. On the day the registration closes, coaches are to review the online registration of all their skaters.
  3. The Test Day schedule will be posted both online and around the rink once it is received from the KWSC test chairperson.
  4. All of these tests are conducted on scheduled club test days  in front of judges.

For more information about the STARSkate Test Day Procedure, please contact the KWSC Club Relations Coordinator.

Latest News

Moving back to CFSC:

Don't forget that all programs move back to the RIM Park CFSC Rink on May 5th, with the exception of Wednesday night CanSkate sessions at Activa. Note: the KWSC office location moves back to RIM Park on Tuesday, April 2nd. There will be no Saturday office hours on April 29, May 20 & June 24. Feel free to drop by and say hello..we missed you.


Registration STAR and COMP:

Online registration for all STAR and Competitive programs opens May 2nd at 4 pm. All summer STAR and Competitive programs will be sold by the week. Info..


Summer 2017 learn-to-skate and power skating registration:

Online registration for summer 2017 learn-to-skate and power skating programs opens Tuesday May 2, 2017 at 4:00 pm. Info...

MORE NEWS...

Apr. 14, 2017:

No skating

May 5, 2017:

All spring programs relocated to the Carolyn Fedy Skating Centre (RIM Park) for remainder of season, with the exception of Wednesday night CanSkate sessions at Activa

May 22, 2017:

No skating

May 30, 2017:

Test Day

Jun. 11, 2017:

KWSC Annual General Meeting & Awards Gala

Jun. 22, 2017:

Test Day


We are K-W's exclusive provider of Skate Canada certified skating programs such as CanSkate and CanPowerSkate.

MORE INFO...

CanSkate was developed by a team of hockey, figure skating, and ringette experts to teach the fundamentals of skating. CanSkate is the only nationally regulated learn-to-skate program in Canada. This tested and proven new curriculum and delivery method promotes unrivaled development of strong basic skills. The new program includes specific skills that pertain to hockey, ringette, speed skating and figure skating. The result is a fun and dynamic program that prepares all skaters for virtually every ice sport.


 

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