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Head Coach Job Description Classification: Supervisor Organization: SkateABLE™ Locations: Windsor, Sarnia, Hamilton, Barrie, Oshawa, Brampton, Guelph Job Summary The Head Coach is responsible for overseeing and mentoring each of the volunteer coaches, conduct, and perform leader evaluations throughout each season, communicate with clients in person and via email, and organize the annual skate-a-thon. The Head Coach will provide on-going training…

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PreviousNext TMMC Supports Volunteer Training Opportunities For a second year in a row, TMMC has generously donated funding, allowing SkateABLE™ to subsidize the cost of training for all new volunteers. As a HIGH FIVE® registered organization, SkateABLE™ volunteers have the opportunity to receive two certifications on completion of the volunteer orientation; HIGH FIVE® Principles of Healthy Child Development, and HIGH FIVE® Healthy Minds for Healthy…

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High Five® HomeAbout Us/High Five® High Five®2016-03-27T10:14:50+00:00 HIGH FIVE® is Canada’s only quality assurance standard for children’s sport and recreation. HIGH FIVE® ensures that coaches, leaders & instructors have the tools and knowledge to create positive experiences for children participating in sport, recreation and leisure programs. HIGH FIVE® is aligned with Canadian Sport for Life (CS4L) and is helping to…

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Home/Program Locations Program Locations2018-08-17T19:30:39+00:00 The SkateABLE™ program is offered in a community near you! Windsor – Adie Knox Arena – 1551 Wyandotte St. W., Windsor Sarnia – Clearwater Arena – 1400 Wellington St., Sarnia London – Kinsmen Arena – 20 Granville St., London Waterloo – Albert McCormick Arena – 550 Parkside Drive, Waterloo Kitchener – Lion’s Arena – 20 Rittenhouse…

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Become a Volunteer Skating Coach!2018-03-15T08:00:42+00:00 Fill out the Volunteer Registration Form found here and forward to lisa@skateable.ca Based at: Waterloo, Guelph, Sarnia, London, Mississauga, Brampton, Toronto, Ottawa, Kingston Position Description: Assist coaches and skaters in the SkateABLE™ program using the five HIGH FIVE® Principles of Healthy Child Development and the SkateABLE™ standards for program delivery to teach fundamental ice skating skills.…

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HomeThe SkateABLE™ ProgramAdaptive Equipment/Helmets Helmets2016-03-27T10:22:15+00:00 All skaters in the SkateABLE™ program are required to wear a Canadian Standards Association (CSA) approved hockey helmet. No other type of helmet will be acceptable, even if it is CSA approved. Hockey helmets are tested for protection against falls on ice and are able to withstand multiple impacts. Helmets should be inspected regularly for cracks,…

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