Boys 9-12 Learn to Train program available!

Posted by Falcons Field Hockey Club - Delta, Ladner, Tsawwassen on Apr 07 2014 at 11:52PM PDT in 2013/2014 Season

*Hello There,

Registration for the Boys Learn to Train Program has been extended to Sunday, April 20th. The following information includes detail about registration and the program itself.

Greetings from Field Hockey BC,

You are receiving this email because you have a son who has been a member of Field Hockey BC and was born between 2001-2004 making them eligible for the FHBC Learn to Train Development Program. If you wish to be removed from this email list, please let me know.

The Learn to Train Development Program is designed as a complimentary program to club participation and an introduction to those athletes considering future participation in the Field Hockey BC Performance Program. The program is set to take place in the spring-summer of 2014 (eligible athletes born in 2001, 2002, 2003 or 2004). FHBC will do our best to limit scheduling conflicts with spring leagues so athletes have the opportunity to take part in both, if they choose to do so. Please see the attached program summary for further program details.

Registration is Open
Registration is required by Sunday, April 20th , for your son. Registration instructions can be found here.

Regional training would be 2 hour weekly sessions from the weekend of April 25-27 until the weekend of June 27-29 (10 consecutive weeks of training). Practices are on Sunday’s in all areas with the possible exceptions of Victoria which will be Wednesday’s from 4:30pm-6:30pm.

Locations for Training:
Victoria – University of Victoria
Duncan – John Ferreira Field, Duncan
North Shore – Rutledge in West Vancouver & possibly Eric Hamber School in Vancouver
Vancouver – Eric Hamber School in Vancouver
Southeast – Tamanawis Park, Surrey
Kelowna – Capital News Centre and Mission Outdoor Turf in Kelowna

July 4th-6th at Rutledge in West Vancouver. Mini Hockey is the focus and games will be played 5-aside. Festivities include an Opening Ceremony and a Dinner and Social on the Saturday Evening.

Program Levy
$350 per athlete. The payment breakdown is attached. Payment will be requested after Sunday, April 20th.

Program Attendance
Attendance is very important in this program and athletes need to commit to both the training sessions and Festival.

Further Learn to Train Program Information
Please see the attached summary document and/or visit the FHBC website at the following links.
Boys Learn to Train Program
Feel free to ask any questions you may have.

Thank you!

Colleen Reay
Athlete Program Manager
Field Hockey BC


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