Skaties: Beginners (chlidren from 4-12 years), preparation for the first tests.
Group Avenir : learning of the first jumps
Group Competition : preparation for national and regional competitions and preparation for national and international competitions
Group Formation : Mastery of single jumps
Group Expression : Leisure
Adults : Adolescents from 13 years old and adults of all levels
The club appoints one or more qualified (diplômés d’État) trainers as well as one or more assistants. Only trainers appointed by the club can be present during the club’s ice time.
Any person enrolled and having paid their membership and training fees has the right to participate in the training sessions provided for their level of skating ability. The membership application form is available from members of the committee and can also be downloaded from our website: www.skating.lu
a) Membership card and licence: 50 € per season for the first family member; 25 € for all subsequent members of the same family (parents-children and spouses). In the absence of license members skate at their own risk.
b) Training fees: See separate list
Training costs are reduced for the second and subsequent children from the same family.
c) Enrolment fees for tests and competitions: Payable upon enrolment.
Methods of payment: Fees should be paid directly to the Treasurer or by bank transfer to account BCEELULL LU13 0019 3555 9689 2000.Membership is only valid once all the subscriptions have been paid. Reimbursement of subscriptions is only possible upon presentation of a medical certificate or in the case of « Force Majeure » recognised by the committee.
3. Rules of conduct
Be on time with skates on the ice from the start of training. Ice time is precious.
Each skater must wear appropriate skates and clothes: Gloves to protect hands against injury by blades, tight fitting trousers (no jeans) or tights. Long hair must be tied back.
Skaters must obey the trainers and assistants. For the duration of a training session each participant must be present on the ice with their skates on except if they have requested permission from the trainer to leave the ice.
All parents (with the exception of those of the Skaties) are requested not to remain present at the training sessions, except for Saturdays when they can attend the last quarter hour of each group session to see their childrens’ progress and without disturbing the training.
The doors to the ice pad must stay shut.
Everyone must respect the skating rink’s regulations (e.g. the smoking ban, no cars parking behind the ice rinks and nobody is allowed anymore to come down the way behind the ice-rinks).
Changing rooms are available for the skaters, trainers and assistants. Entry to the changing rooms is not allowed to non authorized persons. Everyone is responsible for the cleanliness of the changing rooms. The club and the committee decline all responsibility in the event of theft.
For any questions, suggestions or complaints, members of the committee are available at the training sessions on Saturdays. You can also contact us by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Everyone owes respect and courteousness towards one and other.
Disciplinary measures: In the event that these regulations are not respected the trainer or a member of the committee can exclude a participant from a training session or deny them access to the ice. Repeated breaches of the regulations may result in a member being excluded from the club.
4. Organisation and conduct of the training sessions
The qualified trainers are responsible for the club training in general. They decide on the content of the training for each group.
The trainers organise and coordinate the training for the different groups with the support of the assistants.
The trainers and assistants are subject to the directives of the committee.
The trainers are responsible for the distribution of groups, which is done in accordance with the level of skating. Promotion of a skater to a higher level group can only be done at the suggestion of the trainer. Any increase in training fees associated with the higher group must be paid.
The trainers are responsible for the selection of skaters for competitions and tests. Skaters may only compete in competitions with the agreement of the trainers. Skaters may not consistently decline to compete and remain in the competition groups. In such cases, skaters will be transferred to the Leisure group.
Trainers and Assistants must respect the sporting ethos and the skating rink regulations. During training sessions they are responsible for the health and safety of the participants.
The trainers make regular reports on the training sessions as well as on request from the committee.
The CHL-Patinage committee wishes a season filled with progress and success to all its members.