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Club and Skating School Minimum Operating Standards

Clubs and Skating schools must adhere to the Club and Skating School Minimum Operating Standards Policy set by Skate Canada in order to remain in good standing.

Membership Site

The Membership Site is the portal through which a club or skating school interacts with Skate Canada to accomplish administrative functions.

All instructions on navigating the Membership Site can be found on the site itself.

Administrative Access to The Membership Site

Clubs and skating schools can determine who has administrative access to the Membership Site. Current administrators can grant administrative access to additional individuals by logging into the Membership Site, clicking on Org Management ˃ Organization Administrative Access.

Should no individual have administrative access to the Membership Site, please contact info@skatecanada.ca.

Administrator

A club administrator performs the administrative functions at the club; this includes tasks related to registration, test days, and invoicing. A club administrator can be a paid employee of the club and is not necessarily a Skate Canada registrant.

Registrant

The definition is included within the Skate Canada bylaws found on the Info Centre.

Member

The definition is included within the Skate Canada bylaws found on the Info Centre.

Home Organization

The home organization of a registrant is the Skate Canada club or skating school through which he/she registers with Skate Canada. A registrant may participate in programming at more than one club or skating school, but can only have one home organization per registration year. The first organization to enroll a registrant will be considered by Skate Canada as their home organization.

A registrant may change his/her home organization after having enrolled with a club or skating school for the current registration year, subject to the provisions of the Skate Canada Home Organization Policy. Click here to request a home organization transfer.

Skate Canada Number

Every Skate Canada registrant and coach is assigned a unique 10-character Skate Canada number which remains with that person for his/her lifetime. Returning registrants and coaches should reference their original Skate Canada numbers when corresponding with Skate Canada.

Club and Skating School Contact Information

It is important to reference your club or skating school name and Skate Canada number when corresponding with Skate Canada. It is highly recommended that your club or skating school obtains a permanent mailing address such as a post office box.

A club or skating school’s contact information can be managed through the Membership Site. Any changes should also be communicated to info@skatecanada.ca for invoicing purposes.

Skate Canada Contact Information

Contact information for Skate Canada can be found on the Skate Canada website.



 

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