Run by NAIT Summer Camps

Tagged in: Sports, Summer Camps, Water Sports

Skating is an essential skill for hockey, it is the fundamental from which all other skills are built. These skating sessions will include: edge work, stride, stops and starts, backward skating, turns, pivots, and related skills. Instruction will be age/level appropriate.

Note: Parents/guardians are expected to ensure players are dressed and ready for their start time.

These sessions will cover the additional fundamentals of hockey: puck control, passing and shooting. Players will be given an opportunity to learn and apply these skills into game tactics and play. It is important that participants enjoy their learning experience; having fun will be a priority. The week will finish with a scrimmage on Friday.
Note: Staff are available to assist players in getting ready for the on-ice skills.
A combination of games and other activites with a focus on fundamental movement. Participants will have the opportunity to swim twice during the week of camp.
Lunch is provided by NAIT Food Services for all participants (excluding Pre-Novice). Menu found on Page 4, a snack is recommended.

For young players new to the sport.

These sessions will provide an introduction to hockey. The four fundamentals will be covered: skating, puck handling, passing and shooting. Many of these skills will be integrated into games and other activities to enhance the new/young players development.

Location and Program Information

Map to NAIT Summer Camps

Where: NAIT Summer Camps
11762 106 Street, Edmonton, Alberta, T5G 2R1

From computer and web design to baking and cooking camps, NAIT is the place for kids this summer. Our vibrant four and five-day camps help improve fitness, explore art, science and technology, develop new skills, stay active and have fun!

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