The Waterford Tricenturena Skating Club is looking for an experienced STARSkate, regional coach or higher, for the upcoming season.
The successful applicant must be able to get along well with other coaches and have all of the qualifications required by Skate Canada and NCCP.
- Registered: To be a Registered Skate Canada Professional Coach, full payment is required of all registration fees and insurance premiums as determined annually by Skate Canada.
- In Good Standing: To be a Registered Skate Canada Professional Coach in Good Standing, the following is required:
- Must hold a valid first aid certificate.
- Screening must be done through the company approved by Skate Canada. Following review of the results of this screening, the status must show as “Clear” in the Skate Canada profile of the coach.
- Must provide proof of NCCP Regional Coach In-Training status or higher. A CanPowerSkate In-Training status or higher would be considered an asset.
- NCCP certified coaches must maintain a renewed NCCP certification status as per the Coaching Association of Canada’s (CAC) Maintenance of Certification Policy.
- Have agreed to the Skate Canada Code of Ethics.
- Completed the Respect in Sport Activity Leader Training. A coach must be re-certified in this training every 3 years.
We have been fortunate to have been a Skate Canada club for 51 yrs this season and we look forward to many more.
We skate Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings and offer CanSkate, STARSkate, and adult classes. We run programs at two arenas, the Waterford Tricenturena, 32 Church St. E, Waterford ON and in Simcoe at the Recreational Centre, 182 South Dr. Simcoe, ON.