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Looking for Qualified Power Skating and Learn to Skate Instructor - 2017-18

30 Jun, 2017, Friday
Posted In: guelphringette.ca  Tags: Ringette 

Description

Guelph Ringette is now looking for Qualified instructors for it's Rep & Regional Power skating Programs for the 2017-18 season.  We are also looking for a qualifed Learn to Skate instructor.  Those who are interested should submit a resume, with references to our director of Coach and Player Development, by June 1, 2017.  Click here to contact Annalee.

Provincial Power Skating Instructor:

The GRA is looking for an experienced power skating instructor to lead their provincial level athletes through 2-3 one hour sessions per week. The power skating sessions will be held at West End Rec Centre on Tuesday nights 6:00PM to 9:00PM or Saturday afternoons  (location tbd). Due to the limit availabilty of Victoria road arena, there maybe som inconsistencies in schedule and location. There will be between 22 and 30 athletes per session. The GRA is looking to hold 16 sessions (8 weeks) between September and December and 14 sessions (7 weeks) between January and March.

The sessions typically are composed of two teams and are paired based on age and skill level. Therefore skill levels will vary between athletes on different teams for each session. The GRA is currently planning on U19AA and U19A team, a U16AA & U16A team, U14AA and U14A teams and a U12 PP team to participate.

Learn To Skate(LTS) and Regional Powerskating Instructor:

The GRA is looking for an experienced powerskating instructor to lead their LTS and Regional level athletes through two 45 minute sessions per week. The power skating sessions will be held at West End Rec Centre on Saturday mornings between  8:15am and 9:00am, Learn to Skate from 9:00am and 9:45am The GRA is looking to hold up to 20 sessions (10 weeks) between September and December and 20 sessions (10 weeks) between January and March.

The LTS Sessions typically are composed of very young, inexperienced skaters between between 4 and 6 years old. There will be approximately 30 athletes per session and will be held at 9:00am.

The Regional sessions typically are composed of two teams and are paired based on age and skill level. Therefore skill levels will vary between athletes on different teams for each session. The GRA is currently planning on a U14R, U12R, U10R, U9, U8 and U7 teams participating . These regional sessions will be held before the LTS Sessions at 8:15am.

Ice costs will be covered by the GRA so they should not be included in your proposal.

If you are interested in submitting a proposal to the GRA for either position, please submit a guideline of the program you would be using to instruct the athletes, a brief outline of the instructors qualifications and the per session costs to Chris Billing on or before June 30, 2017

Thank you in advance

GRA Executive