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Crowfoot Skating Club Coaches

Coaches are invaluable in the development of an athlete’s skills. They are teachers and mentors for the young athletes they interact with in their day-to-day work. They work not only with athletes but also the athlete’s parents in setting realistic goals and the training required to reach their potential and their goals. All Skate Canada coaches are required to be trained and/or certified in the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP).

Becoming a Skate Canada Professional Coach requires planning and commitment to the profession. A certified coach is an experienced, skilled and dedicated professional. Coaches have a huge impact on the lives of their skaters.




Pamela McCracken,

  • NCCP Level 3 Certified, Level IV (partial)
  • Mentor Coach for Levels I, II & III
  • Coaching singles skaters of all levels since 1986
  • Coach of Provincial, Divisional and National Competitors
    Coach of Provincial, Divisional and Canada Winter Games Medallists
  • Former Novice Competitive Skater
  • Attained Senior Silver Dance, Senior Silver Skills, and Senior Silver Freeskate






Coaching is billed separately and is usually billed per skater/15 minute lesson. Coaches may charge additional fees. These fees may include but are not limited to: Test day coaching, semi-private lessons, music selection and tapes, choreography, competition coaching and competition expenses (including lost lesson fees, hotel, travel and food) and dance partnering.

Please discuss these extra expenses when choosing a coach.



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