Upcoming coaching workshops

Dates are now confirmed for this fall’s training courses. 
 
All lead coaches must have their Community Coach (CC) training and assistant coaches should have at least completed their Introduction to Community Coaching (ICC)
 
We are still seeking coaches, and especially assistant coaches, for the upcoming season. 
 
Coach Initiation in Sport online module
Complete it any time before Nov. 12!
Costs $15. Do this first, in your own time, if you’re taking the ICC below. It takes about an hour. You will need a Locker account to sign in: if you don’t have one, sign up, and if you’ve forgotten your info, email Ollie Williams (nwtski@gmail.com).
 
Introduction to Community Coaching (ICC) Workshop
Sunday, Nov. 12. Takes up to 8 hours. With Karen Johnson
Cost: Free! This workshop is designed to teach parents and other beginning coaches how to deliver a series of age-appropriate skill development sessions under the supervision of more experienced coaches. If you complete the online module then take this one-day course, you have your full ICC. 
 
Community Coaching (CC) Workshop
Dec. 1-3. With Mary Waddell
Cost: Free! This workshop is the next step after ICC and takes coaches up to Jackrabbits level. It provides essential training for working with children aged six to nine.
All coaches need to provide a criminal records and vulnerable sector check.  For the Jackrabbit program these are valid for two years. All fees should be waived.  
 
Questions? Contact Alex Lothian at alothian02 @ yahoo.ca.
 

Registration is now open!

Head to Zone4 now to take advantage of our early bird rates. 

Membership fees:

Family – $280 ($260 Early Bird)
Individual Adult – $120 ($100 Early Bird)
Individual Youth (5 – 18) – $40
Individual Child (<5) – $10

Early bird rates are in effect until after the annual Snow Show, planned for Saturday, Nov. 4. Come on out from 10 to 1 pm for our gear swap, program registration and chilli on a bun. 

Trail clearing… volunteers wanted!

Want the best ski trails grooming can provide? Help make them!

September is time for the annual fall trail-brushing blitz. Over the next month, all trails need to be cleared so that grooming can begin when the snow flies.

Two-person trail-brushing crews work half day shifts, and we can accommodate two shifts at a time. If you’ve done it before you know the drill; if not, orientation is provided.

Many hands make light work. If you have half a day to spare, please contact Chris Hotson by email at christopherhotson@yahoo.ca or by text at 867-445-3396.