Welcome, we are Ajax’s only recognized Skate Canada Club since 1967. Our Skate Canada, NCCP certified professional coaches focus on achieving goals through fun, progressive skill development that can be applied to recreational skating, ringette, hockey and beginner to elite figure skating. We welcome everyone from 3 years old, teens, adults, hockey/ringette players and those with special needs!
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Ajax Skating Club Rules
Code of Conduct
All skaters must comply with the Skate Ontario Code of Conduct and the Code of Conduct of the Ajax Community Centre.
Skaters representing the ASC at any function are expected to conduct themselves in a responsible and respectable manner.
All Club members must abide by the rules and regulations of the Ajax Community Centre.
- Skaters in lessons and/or having their solo played have the right of way.
- Pro requests will be played in the order received.
- Pro requests can only be made for a skater during a private lesson, 1 per 15 minute lesson.
- Solos will be played in the order of the solo list provided for each session, continuing each week with the next skater on the list.
- Pro requests will be played as requested.
- Dances will only be played by Pro request during a lesson.
3. Group Lessons
- All skaters registered for group lessons will participate in the group format.
4. Guest Skating
- All guest skaters must pay on line or at the office (if open) prior to going on the ice. Payment receipt should be provided to the coach prior to entering the ice.
- Music for guest skaters will only be played if the solo list for the session has been played once.
- Guest skating will only be permitted on sessions that are not full. Full sessions will be posted on the ASC bulletin board.
- Guest skating is only permitted on sessions for which the skater is qualified to skate on.
Safety and Security
- No socializing, games or horseplay on or off the ice.
- No gum, food or drinks (other than water) on the ice.
- No earbuds or headphones or cell phones.
- No standing in the middle of the ice.
- Skaters and lessons should not be confined to one area of the ice.
- Skaters are not permitted on the ice until the Zamboni doors are closed.
- Skaters are not permitted on the ice without a qualified coach accompanying them.
- Parents and spectators are not permitted in any area with direct access to the ice surface.
- No interference with coaches or skaters during the session.