Following a successful run earlier this year the popular Learn to Skate Programme is set to return to the National Ice Centre later this month.
The free course is available to young adults with a visual impairment, deaf or hearing impairment or physical disability aged 11 – 25 years and provides an opportunity for beginners to learn to skate with the support of qualified coaches, ice assistants & adapted equipment over a 5/6 week period.
Whether you simply want to make it around the rink in one piece or want to take part in a more specific ice discipline such as ice dance, figure skating, speed skating or ice hockey the team at the National Ice Centre can help you achieve it!
All places are funded by Sportivate funding and are therefore FREE of charge to all participants as part of this pilot programme.
The National Ice Centre is based at Bolero Square, Nottingham NG1 1LY.
For more details contact Sports Development Administrator via email at [email protected]–ice-centre.com or by telephoning 0115 8533010
The dates are as follows:
Monday 15th, 22nd & 29th June, 6th, 13th & 20th July 2015 (6 weeks)