The Ice Bowl is running a Learn to Skate Program commencing on the following dates:
st; Thursday 31 May 2012, from 7.30pm (grades 1 to 4)
nd; Saturday 2 June 2012, from 9am (all grades)
rd; Sunday 3 June 2012, from 9am (all grades)
Please note due to holiday timescales the Thursday evening class will run for 5 weeks, with the test immediately after the fifth lesson. Anyone enrolled on this class may avail of a complimentary skating session at anytime. Saturday and Sunday mornings remain unaffected and will run for 6 weeks. The course will consist of five 30 minute lessons, with a run through and test on the final week. Skate hire and a certificate on successful completion of the course is included in the price. Additionally, participants may also practise on the public skating session after their lesson. Please see reverse for helpful hints and information.
If you are interested in taking part, please tick the relevant box, complete the section below and make payment of ?50.00, either by phone with debit/credit card or in person at the reception desk at the Ice Bowl. Please note cheques are no longer accepted. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Should you require further information, or wish to make a booking, please contact Joanne Best on 028 9080 9129 or email: email@example.com.
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ICE SKATING LESSONS AT DUNDONALD ICE BOWL
Helpful Hints and Information
“Ice Skating requires a level of physical exertion. If you suffer from any
medical condition that may be affected by this, then we advise that you seek
advice from your G.P. prior to participation. Please insert below any known
medical condition which you believe may influence you or your child’s ability
to skate. Coaches are not proficient to determine the affect skating will have
on medical conditions and so if necessary, draw this to your coaches attention.
Remember that you may need to communicate this information to different
coaches involved in the period of your tuition. All information given will be
treated in confidence”.
Please state any medical conditions here:
; Arrive at least 15 minutes before your lesson to register and obtain. ; Make sure your skates are laced correctly.
; Skaters at level 4 and over may practice before their lesson (except Monday and
Thursdays evenings), therefore skaters at levels 1 to 3 must wait until after their lesson
to practice in the designated area.
; Wrap up warmly, tracksuit bottoms and a sweatshirt is a good idea as are gloves. ; Skaters at grade four and over may practice before their lesson (except Monday and Thursday evening
; All skaters are entitled to free skating on the public session following their lesson. ; Courses are run in block periods, therefore classes cannot be re-arranged to accommodate missed
; As our team of professional ice skating instructors are involved in high level skating, they are often
required to attend competitions and seminars at short notice. It may therefore be necessary to change
your coach during the period of the course.
; All classes are taken by fully qualified Ice Skating Instructors at all times. ; Don't sit or climb over the safety barrier
; Don't chip, throw or spray ice
; Don't skate at excessive speed
; Don't drink or eat on the ice
; Don't drop litter on the ice
; Don't carry children or young babies on the ice
; Don't skate in chains of more than two people
; Don't use mobile phones on the ice
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