Rhonda Booth, NCCP Level 2 Phone: (306)239-4377 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
$8.50 per 15 minute lesson
Coaches all disciplines to gold level (freeskate, dance, skills), U of S CACE and BAC Certificates, Partial NCCP Level 3, CEP status Bronze, 26 years coaching experience, Coached Provincial Competitive up to Novice, CanPowerSkate certified. Test Levels: Gold Skills, Gold Dance, Jr. Silver Freeskate, Accredited; Gold Freeskate and Gold Artistic.
Coached in La Ronge and Warman-Osler Skating Clubs.
Philosophy: To give back to the skating world through instruction. I love to coach with high energy and respectful discipline so skaters can feed off my energy. My students fuel my passion for the sport through watching them achieve their goals and dreams. Providing a safe and constructive teaching style allows skaters to benefit emotionally and technically to the best of their ability. Providing positive self-image, nutrition, and the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle is part of coaching a successful athlete, skating is second. I aspire towards these benefits lasting a lifetime towards all aspects of life, not just skating.
- 25 years coaching experience
- Skate Canada Primary ISPC Certified
- NCCP Level 2
- Certified Standard First Aid CPR/AED Level C
- Completed CanSkate Coach Online Training Module
- Completed Making Ethical Decisions Evaluation (2010)
- Completed Respect In Sport Program (2013)
- Continuous Education Program CEP Bronze Status
- Skate Canada Tests Completed:
- Gold Skills
- Junior Silver Freeskate
- Gold Dance
- Bronze Variation Dance
Heather has been coaching for 24 years and is NCCP National Coach in Training (Level 3 in training) and also Special Olympics Community Sport Coach trained. Heather has served on the Saskatchewan Coaches Core Committee for 6 years and as Chairperson for 3 years. She has also served the Region 8 Coaches Representative for the past 8 years. One of her greatest experiences was coaching for a season in Gore, New Zealand where she was took 5 skaters to nationals, 2 brought home bronze medals.
In 2010, Heather was nominated by her peers for Canada’s Chunky Soup Coach of the Year. In 2012 she received the Skate Canada Saskatchewan Club Coach of the Year award and in 2016 she received the Skate Canada Saskatchewan Volunteer Coach of the Year award.
As a skater, Heather accomplished her Gold Figure, Freeskate, Dance and Artistic. She spent 2 years on the provincial team as a junior competitive skater and also spent 5 years as a competitive synchronized skater which took her all over Canada.
Away from the rink, Heather is a full time Office Manager/Administrator for Nomad Therapies. She is married with 2 kids, 2 dogs and a lizard! She is very excited to share her passion for the sport with our skaters in Warman and with her son Ryder, who will be skating with our club this season!
My name is Kellie Miller. I am 21years old and currently living in Saskatoon in my 4th year of post secondary schooling in social work. As for my skating career, I earned my Gold in Skills, Gold in interpretive, Senior Silver dance, Pre-Novice Freeskate, and Senior Silver freeskate (although I do have the Gold element component of freeskate test). I started skating when I was five years old and retired from competitive skating at 16. I skated with the Shellbrook Skating Club until about 10 years old and moved to the Prince Albert Skating club when I moved out north of Prince Albert; in the summers from age 7-16 I skated in the Saskatoon Summer School. At age 12, I was on the competitive development team and competed Pre-Novice from then on until I retired. In my early skating career in Shellbrook and Prince Albert I was coached by Clyde and Tracey Hammer, once they moved I was then coached by Carla Jenkins and Tasje Sharron. In summer school I was coached by Dale Hazell, Nicole Yam (Watt), Padget Rediger, and Blaise Kirchgesner. I have competed all over Saskatchewan and attended competitions in Manitoba. As for my coaching career, I program assisted with the Prince Albert Skating Club from 12-16 where I then took my Canskate course. At the end of high school I believed I was done with the skating world and I never took my level one so my Canskate certification ran dry. But fast forward one year later I found myself wanting to get back on the ice, so I retook the Canskate course fall 2015 and resumed helping with Prince Albert Canskate programs and helping with the Shellbrook Canskate programs. Fall 2016 I took my level one course (I am currently level one trained) and begun helping with both Prince Albert and Shellbrook Starskate programs. I am currently working on the videos to send in (hopefully within the month-fingers crossed!). My coaching philosophy is that I believe everyone who joins skating has a purpose, either for fun, to win, for exercise, etc. I always want to make sure the purpose their in skating is positive and will serve as a basis for growth as an athlete and person. So I find it very important to always keep the skaters engaged in their goals, involved in their progress, and knowledgeable about where they are heading next!