Course Schedule


We appreciate your patience, as we are working on booking courses now for the 2019/20 season.

 

Ice Tech Level 1

Fox Creek CC - November 29 - December 1 - Click here to Register (Deadline Date is Nov. 20, 2019)

Banff CC - TBD

 

Ice Tech Level 2

Calgary CC - TBD

 

Club Coach

North Hill CC (Calgary)- October 5 & 6 -  Click here to Register   (Deadline Date is Sept 25, 2019)

Huttington Hills CC (Calgary) - October 26 & 27 - Click here to Register   (Deadline Date is Oct 16, 2019)   

                                                       

Drayton Valley CC - October 19 & 20 - TBD

Gibbons CC - TBD

Fox Creek CC - TBD

Rose City CC  (Camrose) - TBD

 

Want to become a trained/certified FACILITATOR for Curling Alberta?

Please contact Shanelle @ (shanelle.goudreau@curlingalberta.ca)

 

Want to help with Learn to Curls at Schools and Clubs?

Please contact Shanelle @ (shanelle.goudreau@curlingalberta.ca)

 

 

How to Book a Course at Your Club

 

As a benefit of affiliation, Curling Alberta member clubs have the ability to book certified facilitators to deliver ice technician certification courses, coaching courses, and umpire courses.  Many clubs have already reached out to us, and the opportunities will be advertised as soon as possible.

See below for a list of courses available for booking.

 

Club Coach Youth - 1 Day (Saturday or Sunday)

Club Coach - 2 Days (Saturday & Sunday)

Competition Coach - 2 ½ Days (Fri evening MED, Saturday, & Sunday)

For more details about the different coaching courses, please visit the coach requirements page of our website.



Umpire Courses Level 1 & Level 2 - 1 Day (Saturday or Sunday)

Click here for more information on umpire certification requirements.

 

 

Ice Tech Level 1 & Level 2 - 3 Days (Friday,Saturday & Sunday)

Contact Shanelle for further information.

 


The generalized roles and responsibilities of Curling Alberta and the host club are listed below so you can get a sense of how everything works.  Please note that the availability of our instructors is generally best early in the season, between September and December. 

 

Club Roles & Responsibilities 

  • Contact Curling Alberta to identify the desired course and preferred dates (shanelle.goudreau@curlingalberta.ca).
  • Assist to advertise the course to your members and community.
  • Provide access to your club and/or facility for the course free of charge.
  • Provide participants with the opportunity to purchase food and beverages at your club (optional).

 

Curling Alberta Roles & Responsibilities 

  • Contract and pay available and certified facilitators to deliver the course.
  • Advertise the course (post on website, social media, include in club mailout, etc.).
  • Hold overall financial responsibility associated with organizing and operating the course.
  • Coordinate all aspects of the course (online registration, fee collection, refunds, etc.) and provide all materials and equipment.

 

 

 

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