Nepean Skating Club | Teen & Adult Learn to Skate
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Teen & Adult Learn to Skate

The Teen/Adult Learn to Skate program is designed to teach teens and adults of all ages basic skating skills or to improve upon skills that have been learned in the past. It is a fun program that enhances a healthy and active lifestyle. Ice hockey helmets are mandatory for Learn to Skate skaters who have not yet completed stage 5.

We offer Teen/Adult Beginner Skate, Teen/Adult Intermediate Skate, and Teen/Adult Advance Skate.

Teen/Adult Beginner Learn to Skate

Teen/Adult Beginner Learn to Skate is for skaters wanting to learn how to skate.  You can be 12 years of age and up.  This program focuses on fun, participation, and basic skill development.  Skaters learn basic skills to prepare them for any ice skating sport or recreational skating.

Teen/Adult Intermediate Skate

Teen/Adult Intermediate Skate is for skaters 12 years of age and up that want to continue to work and build on their skating skills.  They are comfortable with skating forward and backward and would like to learn more complex skills.

Teen/Adult Advance Skate

Teen/Adult Advance Skate is for skaters 12 years of age and up that want to learn more intensive skating skills using power and speed.  They are comfortable with cross cuts forward and backwards and would like to learn more specific skating skills of their own level.

    Additional Information:

    How to prepare for your skating lessons:

    • Get your skates sharpened
    • Make sure your helmet fits
    • Pack your mittens or gloves.
    • Pack an old rag to wipe your blades with after your lesson.
    • Practice putting on your skates and tying them.
    • Please use a hard skate guard when walking around the arena, dull skates will impede your progress

    How to dress

    • The arena can be cold but dress in layers as you will warm up with skating
    • All skaters must wear a CSA-approved hockey helmet until they have completed stage 5


    How to register

    The registration link in our menu takes you to the Uplifter registration site or you can click here to go directly to the registration.

    Once on the site you can view the programs that the Nepean Skating Club offers. On the far right is a Categories drop down. To make viewing a little easier, use the drop-down and select Teen/Adult. You are now only shown the Teen/Adult programs.

    The programs are listed, if you prefer to see them in a schedule you can click on the Calendar view. Make sure you check out a couple of weeks in the calendar view since some programs may start on different weeks.

    Once you find a program you like you will see a login button on the right. You need to login or create a new account to register and pay for the program.

    The login screen has the new registration on the left and the “already have an account” on the right. If you have registered with us in the past you can simply login with the same username and password.

    After the creation of an account or successful login you will be directed back to the list of program , the login button has changed to register. Click on register and the program is added to your cart. You can add more programs or click on the shopping cart to check out.

    If you have more than one child, you will need to register for each one and select the correct participant in the drop-down menu.

    When you are happy with the program selections, click on confirm & register.

    Confirm your mailing address. You must go through the policies listed above the Pay by Credit card button and accept/reject each policy. Once that is done you can click on the Pay by Credit Card.

    Enter your credit card information and submit.