Nepean Skating Club | Club Policies and Procedures
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Club Policies and Procedures

Make Up, Guest Skate and Test Days

  • October 2015 The Nepean Skating Club (NSC) welcomes coaches to teach their skaters during our ice sessions. A guest coach is a Skate Canada professional coach or a non-resident coach* who does not have a contract with the NSC All guest coaches must adhere to......

  • Updated August 2016 – PDF Document Guest_Skate The Nepean Skating Club (NSC) welcomes all Skate Canada members to join us on our ice sessions. Guest skaters are: NSC skaters who would like to skate on ice sessions for which they are not currently registered; or Non-NSC......

  • October 2015 The Nepean Skating Club (NSC) allows skaters to make up skating sessions that they have missed. A skater is permitted one make-up session per skating session in their package. Make-up sessions must be taken within the current skating season and cannot be carried......

  • March 2016 The Nepean Skating Club (NSC), under the auspices of Skate Canada, shall conduct all Test Days in accordance with Skate Canada’s policies. If there are any discrepancies between this policy and Skate Canada’s, the Skate Canada policy will apply. Any administrative and financial......

Policies for Skaters

  • January 2016 PDF Document concussion_policy Concussion Flowchart document concussion_flowchart The Nepean Skating Club (NSC) is committed to maintaining the health and safety of its athletes, coaches and officials and believes that their health is of paramount importance. The NSC recognizes the potential danger and long-term......

  • The Learn To Compete Plus (LTCP) program is designed to align the on-ice programming offered by the Nepean Skating Club (NSC) to Skate Canada’s Long Term Athlete Development model (Skate Canada’s LTAD). This program ensures that skaters at a specific age and level have access......

  • March 2016 PDF document Skater_Code The Nepean Skating Club (NSC) recognizes that skating is a sport which requires safe and courteous behavior from all participants, both on and off the ice. Any skater who fails to adhere to this code of conduct will be subject......

  • March 2016 The Nepean Skating Club (NSC) On-Ice Etiquette (formerly On-Ice and Off-Ice Rules and Procedures) ensures the safety of all skaters and coaches during our sessions. Due to insurance requirements, only registered Skate Canada members are permitted on the ice, except in a medical......

  • The Nepean Skating Club (NSC) from time to time takes photographs or videos of our skaters. A person will be appointed to do so by the Board of Directors. Any photograph or video may be included on our bulletin boards, website or facebook page, in......

Policies for Parents

  • January 2016 PDF Document concussion_policy Concussion Flowchart document concussion_flowchart The Nepean Skating Club (NSC) is committed to maintaining the health and safety of its athletes, coaches and officials and believes that their health is of paramount importance. The NSC recognizes the potential danger and long-term......

  • The Learn To Compete Plus (LTCP) program is designed to align the on-ice programming offered by the Nepean Skating Club (NSC) to Skate Canada’s Long Term Athlete Development model (Skate Canada’s LTAD). This program ensures that skaters at a specific age and level have access......

  • January 2016 Skate Canada and the Nepean Skating Club (NSC) are committed to ensuring that all skaters have the opportunity to participate in a safe and welcoming environment that is encouraging and promotes their overall development. This code applies to all parents who have a child......

  • The Nepean Skating Club (NSC) from time to time takes photographs or videos of our skaters. A person will be appointed to do so by the Board of Directors. Any photograph or video may be included on our bulletin boards, website or facebook page, in......

Policies for Coaches

  • January 2016   Duty Coaches share the responsibility for the daily operations of the Club on a rotating basis with other contracted coaches.   General Duties Duty Coaches ensure: Club policies and procedures are followed. Flood punctuality. Equipment needed for each session is available (e.g.......

  • January 2016 PDF Document concussion_policy Concussion Flowchart document concussion_flowchart The Nepean Skating Club (NSC) is committed to maintaining the health and safety of its athletes, coaches and officials and believes that their health is of paramount importance. The NSC recognizes the potential danger and long-term......

Policies for Board

  • The Nepean Skating Club (NSC) is committed to the values of ethical conduct, integrity and honesty. Good governance requires an avoidance of conflict of interest, and the regulation of conflict of interest is necessary to promote good governance practices. The purpose of this policy is......

  • The Nepean Skating Club (NSC) adheres to the belief of treating all its members including skaters, coaches, parents, board members, and other volunteers objectively when applying any disciplinary action. The President has the power, on an emergency basis, in the best interests of the club,......

  • PDF Document – emergency_action_plan If in doubt on the seriousness of an injury or whether an emergency exists…… ACTIVATE EAP – CALL 911 Nepean Skating Club EAP This Nepean Skating Club (NSC) Emergency Action Plan (EAP) should be activated at the 3 NSC rink locations......

  • April 2017 All refund and credit requests must be made in writing to the Nepean Skating Club (NSC) by sending an email to office@nepeanskatingclub.com or via mail to: Nepean Skating Club 5-1701 Woodroffe Ave. Nepean, ON K2G 1W2 All requests must include the skater’s name,......

  • The Nepean Skating Club (NSC) supports the reimbursement of reasonable expenses for travel and accommodations while on approved club business or for approved competitions. This policy applies to: Skaters (or their family), not both; NSC Staff, Board members, officials or other volunteers; and, Coaches. Reimbursements......