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Our club, like many others requests a bond at registration.  You are given the opportunity to volunteer for a total of 8 HOURS mininum and this bond will be reimbursed to you. Volunteer Opportunities are available for the 2019/20 season and training/support is provided.

Now accepting volunteers for:

Don't forget to track your Volunteer hours: 2022-2023 WSC Family Bond Tracking Sheet

Tag Table Volunteer

Volunteer to help coaches while at the CanSkate programs by updating evaluations, badge/ribbon distribution, taking attendance or handing out newsletters and info to skating parents.  If you have any questions or want to sign up please contact or ask a board member.  We will help you get started and be there to support every step of the way.

Student Program Assistant

Program Assistants are a vital link to our club’s success. Program assistants are there to help our Professional Coaches run the session. They are skaters from our Intermediate and Senior Session who have a skating background, knowledge and skating instructional training courses. All program assistants are volunteers within our club and give their time because of their love for the sport.

What is their role?
  • To be able to follow instructions from the Skate Canada Coach
  • To demonstrate skills and teaching progressions and reinforce these skills to lead warm-ups and cool-downs with the Skate Canada Coach
  • To assist with handing out awards and incentives
  • To act as a role model for young skaters
  • To be trained on an annual basis
How are Program Assistants selected?

All skaters are encouraged to apply if they are in Intermediate and/or Senior.

These are qualities we look for in our Program Assistants:
  • Have a helping nature, have patience with others, be reliable
  • Be able to communicate ideas clearly, have a sense of commitment to tasks
  • Have the qualities of a good role model, be able to lead activities in a creative and enthusiastic manner
  • Ideally be 12 years of age or older and have passed Preliminary Free Skate test.
How are Program Assistants trained?

Program Assistants will be trained by a Club Coach. The training will be on going throughout the season. In this way, they will continue to improve in their ability to assist skaters learning to skate as well as leading warm-ups, cool-downs, circuits and stations, and fun activities.

If you would like to be a Program Assistant, please talk to one of the Coaches or contact the WSC at  

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To contact Woodstock Skating Club please email We no longer have telephone contact information.