Resources on How to Plan and Organize Assessment Days
(The word ‘Assessment’ is now taking the place of ‘Test’).
Test Day Compliance Procedure (Updated September 13, 2018)
How to Determine Test Fees (Updated: November 2016)
Gold Interpretive Challenge Test Clarification (Updated July 2018)
Test Scheduling Guidelines
Consult the STAR Assessment and STARSkate Tests section of the rule book for up to date test day information and processes.
STAR 6-Gold Resources for Clubs & Coaches
STAR 1-5 Coach Assessor Guide
Assessment Day Calendar
Please submit any upcoming Assessment Days to email@example.com to be added to the calendar.
Click here for scheduled High and Intermediate Assessment Days. (Updated Nov. 25, 2019)
For information on the assessment day, please contact the Region Assessment Coordinator for each region.
Assessment Day Summary Sheets
Assessment Summary Sheets: are to be downloaded from the Skate Canada Membership Site. Once signed into the membership site, select Org Management>Submit Skating Test Results page
OR you can download here. Assessment Codes included on second page. Click here.
AFTER COMPLETION OF AN ASSESSMENT DAY, IT IS REQUIRED TO DISTRIBUTE THREE COPIES OF THE SUMMARY SHEETS:
- Copy #1 – The Original Summary Sheets must be mailed to the National Office within one (1) week of your Assessment Day with the cheque for the assessment fees. (Skate Canada National Office, Box 15, 261-1200 St. Laurent Blvd. Ottawa, ON K1K 3B8) Assessment Coordinators who have administrative access to the Membership Site can now submit assessment results online. Assessment summary sheets sent to Skate Canada will only be kept up to 90 days after the end of each fiscal year. Clubs can enter the results for test days online by going to the Skate Canada website and following the prompts. Clubs can pay the assessment fees online. If entering the results online, clubs do not need to send a copy of the summary sheet to National Office. The only other requirement is to keep the original summary sheets for all the clubs attending the assessment day as well as sending a copy of the other club’s results to the appropriate club.
- Copy #2 – An additional copy of the Summary Sheet should be sent to the Home Club(s) of participating skaters
- Copy #3 – The Host club must retain a copy of ALL the summary sheets, from all the Clubs attending the assessment day. Remind skaters to always keep their copy of their assessment sheets.
Dance Assessment Sheets
STAR 6A Dance – Ten Fox
STAR 6B Dance – European Waltz
STAR 6C Dance – Fourteen Step
STAR 7A Dance – Foxtrot
STAR 7B Dance – Tango
STAR 7C Dance – American Waltz
STAR 8A Dance – Kilian
STAR 8B Dance – Rocker Foxtrot
STAR 8C Dance – Starlight Waltz – Follow
STAR 8C Dance – Starlight Waltz – Lead
STAR 9A Dance – Paso Doble – Follow
STAR 9A Dance – Paso Doble – Lead
STAR 9B Dance – Blues
STAR 9C Dance – Silver Samba – Follow
STAR 9C Dance – Silver Samba – Lead
STAR 10A Dance – Cha Cha Congelado
STAR 10B Dance – Westminster Waltz – Follow
STAR 10B Dance – Westminster Waltz – Lead
STAR 10C Dance – Quickstep
Gold A Dance – Viennese Waltz – Follow
Gold A Dance – Viennese Waltz – Lead
Gold B Dance – Argentine Tango – Follow
Gold B Dance – Argentine Tango – Lead
Gold C Dance – Gold Rhythm
Contacts: Region Assessment Coordinators/Section Assessment Administrator
Submit your club/region assessment day requests to your Region Assessment Coordinator
Edmonton Region: Marg Andriuk
North East Region: Bonnie Smyl
Calgary Region: Dianne Daniel
Central Region: Charlene Brosinsky
North West Region: Karli Wilson
Peace Region: Jennifer Seward
South Region: Kimberlee Davis
Northwest Territories: Jen Reynolds
Section Assessment Administrator: Bev Salomons