Section Awards – Coaches


COVID Hero Awards Recognition

Skate Canada: Alberta-NWT/Nunavut wishes to recognize the many skaters, coaches, officials and volunteers whose incredible efforts at the Club, Region and Section levels made skating, in its various forms, possible this season.

A club/skating school may submit up to 5 nominations to be recognized.

Deadline for nominations –  March 15, 2021 at midnight

COVID Hero Awards Criteria and Submission Overview

Click here for COVID Hero Award nomination form

Volunteer Coach Award

This award will be given to a professional coach who has contributed to the coaching community through volunteer efforts at the Club, Region, Section or National level. The focus of this award is on volunteer contributions made by professional coaches to the sport of figure skating.

Click here for Volunteer Coach Award nomination form

Section Coach Achievement Award

This award recognizes the dedication and achievements of Skate Canada coaches within the Section. The recipient will be selected for their unique and outstanding contributions to their club, athletes and the Section.

Overview of Award criteria form.   
Deadline for nominations – March 15, 2021 at midnight


Click here for Coach Achievement Award nomination form

25 & 50 Year Service Award

Recognizes those coaches who have contributed 25 and 50 years of service to the sport of figure skating.

Deadline for nominations – March   15, 2021 at midnight

Click here for the 25 & 50 Year Service nomination form

National Awards – Coaches


CompetitiveCoach/Choreographer Award of Excellence

The purpose of the Skate Canada Competitive Coach/Choreographer Award of Excellence is to recognize the dedication and achievements of the coach/choreographer in this category.  The recipient will be selected based on his/her outstanding contributions to our sport and the well-being of athletes participating in competitive figure skating.

Note:  This award is not accepting nominations for the 2020-2021 season.

Club Coach Award of Excellence

The purpose of the following Skate Canada Coach Award of Excellence is to recognize dedication and success in coaching at the grassroots level.  The recipient will be selected based on his/her outstanding contributions to our sport within the skating community and to the well-being of athletes participating in Skate Canada programming, specifically in the Learn to Skate, Learn to Train and Active for Life, Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) stages.

Note:  This award is not accepting nominations for the 2020-2021 season.

If you have any questions you can contact the Section Office at:
info@skateabnwtnun.ca
1-(866)-294-0663