Learn to Skate Information
The Eccles Ice Center Learn to Skate program is supported by the Marriner S. Eccles foundation. The program is taught year-round and welcomes all skill levels and ages. Our program aims to foster a love of sport for each skater through either figure or hockey skating.
Lessons consist of a half-hour lesson with a trained coach once a week. These lessons are either on Tuesday or Thursday.
The class length is eight weeks (unless otherwise specified in the registration) which helps skaters build solid fundamentals and sustainable skating skills.
This is a progressive style of program. We no longer have an end-of-session test. Instead, skaters will pass off skills throughout their eight weeks in classes. That way, students who advance faster will be able to move into the next set of skills and not be held back.
Tuesday Session Times
Snowplow Sam 3 – 4 4:30 PM
Basic 2 – 6 4:30 PM
Pre-Freeskate 4:30 PM
Adult 2 – 5 4:30 PM
Hockey 2 – 5 4:30 PM
Snowplow Sam 1 5:00 PM
Basic 1 5:00 PM
Adult 1 5:00 PM
Hockey 1 5:00 PM
Thursday Session Times
Snowplow Sam 3 – 4 5:00 PM
Basic 2 – 6 5:00 PM
Pre-Freeskate 5:00 PM
Adult 2 – 5 5:00 PM
Hockey 2 – 5 5:00 PM
Snowplow Sam 1 5:30 PM
Basic 1 5:30 PM
Adult 1 5:30 PM
Hockey 1 5:30 PM
New Enrollee Information
If you are new or are registering someone new to the Learn to Skate program, you will need to register as a New Enrollee.
Although you or the individual you are signing up may have had previous skating lessons, we ask that you sign up as a new enrollee, and the instructors, on the first day of class, will reassign you to a higher level if they see fit.
Please refer below when signing up as a New Enrollee
New Enrollee Classes
Class Level Age Range
Snowplow Sam 1 Ages 3 to 5
Basic 1 Ages 6 to 18
Hockey 1 Ages 6 to 18 and Older
Adult 1 Ages 18 and Older
Please be aware that participants 3 to 5 years of age who want to take the hockey class must complete all the Snowplow Sam classes before registering for hockey.
Learn to Skate Practice Punch Pass
Participants will receive a Learn to Skate Practice Punch Pass redeemable at the rink's public skating times.
This punch pass is for skaters to practice the skills they are learning in class during public skating times.
The punch pass is only suitable for public skating times. The card does not include Freestyles, Stick n Shoots, Hot Chocolate club, or any other rink programs.
For more information, please contact the Skating School Administrator
Phone: 435.787.2288 ext 230