Skaters in the SILVER level are at an intermediate level. These skaters are working on their combination jumps, axel, and learning their double jumps. At this level skaters will be taught in both group and private lesson format. Skaters will be learning Skills and Ice Dance along side of their Freeskate sessions. Skills and Ice Dance provide skaters with a strong basic skating skills, as well as introduce timing, rhythm and music. Skaters will have the opportunities to receive a solo in preparation for competitions and to continue through Skate Canada's testing system. Skaters are recommended to skate a minimum of 3-5 days a week.
On-ice is taught in 3 formats private/semi-private format, and a development classs.
Off-Ice is very important for skater development. It is the time skaters improve their strength, coordination, dance, flexibility, and jump and spin technique, and goal setting for their training.
Please be aware, parents are responsible for the payment of registration, and coaching fees. Coaching rates are based on the individual coach’s experience as a past skater, experience, years of teaching, and coaching level. The amount/cost of desired lesson time can be discussed and arranged.
**The Senior Coach Consultant will have the final approval of all promotions within the Burnaby Skating Club. Any movement within the programs that does not adhere to the published criteria may be at the Senior Coach Consultant discretion based on membership situations, a skater’s competitive record or overall development.