STICK AND PUCK MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION
Your Stick and Puck Membership
Your membership allows unlimited access to specific sessions, exclusively scheduled for ice hockey skaters.
a) An ice hockey member for the purpose of this document refers to ice hockey players doing practice during scheduled sessions.
b) Cockburn Ice Arena (hereafter referred to as C.I.A.) provides you with a freshly prepared ice surface, finished to a higher standard than for other sessions.
c) Members can practise in any scheduled ice hockey practise session and stick and puck session.
d) Members can attend any public session for the duration of their membership.
e) Membership includes access to the rink facilities, which include but are not limited to: skating surface, first aid facility and first aid trained staff, change rooms, ablutions (including showers), café, pro shop.
f) Members purchasing a hockey practise pass have access to over 28 hours of exclusive hockey practice sessions per week on Rink 2. Public skaters cannot access this ice time. Stick and Puck sessions can be viewed at rectimes.app/cia.
TYPES OF MEMBERSHIP
Hockey Practise Ice Pass
For someone who has completed Skate the Game and wants to use the ice to practice individually outside group or team training. Private lessons can be taken during this time.
Hockey practise 30 day: $150
Hockey practise 90 day: $375
Membership for two skaters from the same immediate family (combination with at least one skater aged 18 years and under – one school aged child not working full time). Family memberships cannot be upgraded from a current figure skating membership. Once the membership term has expired then a family membership may be purchased.
For example, Johnny has a 90 day Ice Hockey Practise membership. His sister Nadine joins during the second month of Johnny’s membership. Nadine must purchase a 30 day Ice Hockey Practise membership. When both memberships expire, the siblings can then purchase a family membership. (If memberships do not line up, a pro rata fee of $5.50 per day will be charged to get them in line.)
Family Hockey 30 day: $250
Family Hockey 90 day: $675
*For families with three or more skaters enquire with management.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
By purchasing a ice hockey practise membership, members agree to the following terms and conditions outlined below.
- Members must be medically sound to undertake ice skating training and agree to use C.I.A. facilities at their own risk. Members are aware that exercise is physically demanding, and participation in some activities may pose a risk to their health. Members agree to the Standard Risk Guidelines. (Members agree that they indemnify C.I.A. against any accidents or injuries sustained, and that C.I.A. will not be liable or responsible in any way in these situations, regardless of fault.)
- Members agree to abide by the IHA Code of Conduct, which is subject to change without advance notice.
- Ice Hockey skaters must possess a valid membership in order to access private practice sessions at C.I.A. The membership will allow the member access to the building. Members are required to tag in (view access areas for private members) with their membership prior to entry.
- Additional member FOBs/cards can be purchased by parents/guardians at a cost of $30 per FOB/card, which will grant access to the building. A fee of $50 will apply to replace the FOB.
- Members acknowledge these sessions are for training and not play (chasey etc). Please use public sessions for play.
- Memberships can be purchased in 30 or 90 day blocks. Membership prices vary according to membership type. For new members, the membership term is activated the day the membership is purchased. Prices are subject to review yearly.
- For first time members, the fee for the FOB is $30.
- Members can suspend their membership for any reason, provided the duration of the suspension is 30 – 180 consecutive days. Members must advise C.I.A. using the Pass Suspension Form two days before the suspension.
An administration fee of $30 will apply to any member wishing to suspend their membership (minimum term of suspension is 30 days) for the following reasons:
- Holiday/ general suspensions
In order for a suspension to be granted the member must apply using the Pass Suspension Form. Members will not be granted a suspension if they apply after the holiday.
- Injury suspensions
In order for the suspension to be granted, the member must present a medical certificate within 30 days of the date of injury.
- Family Memberships
Both skaters must be suspended, can not just be one.
- Your membership is required to be reactivated in order to allow you access once your suspension time is over. Please complete the Reactivation Form prior to your first return visit to the arena. so your profile can be reactivated (or doors will not open). A $30 fee will be required to be paid once the Reactivation Form has been submitted.
- Holiday/ general suspensions
- Good Friday does not form part of your membership and therefore no credit will be issued. We close annually at Christmas for approximately 7-10 days. These days will be added to your membership. If you wish to suspend your pass for any holiday period please refer to clause 9.1 above.
- If your membership expires, you do not have permission to skate during a private figure skating session and you will not have access to the building prior to staffed hours.
- Members who allow access to non-members or members with lapsed membership will immediately lose their membership privileges. The doors are under 24 hour CCTV surveillance. This is for members’ personal safety as well as business reasons. During non-staffed hours (normally early mornings), if a member does not have their FOB/card, they will not have access to any part of the building. The member should not expect or ask anyone else (including coaches) to let them into the facility. Even if the building is staffed, members must always tag in with their membership FOB/card.
- In the event of a lost or stolen FOB/card, a replacement fee of $50 will apply in any circumstance.
- Current health legislation prohibits the changing of shoes and skates in the café or restaurant. All members must use the changing rooms, toilets or grandstand to get changed.
- No refund or credit will be given for any issued membership if the member ceases their skating career for whatever reason (including injury).
- C.I.A. reserves the right to cancel any session or change the timetable at short notice. No credit will be issued for these cancelled sessions. Skaters will be notified via email prior to the session cancellation.
- An automatic membership extension will be granted in the following circumstances:
– If a major event is being held and all sessions are cancelled.
– Maintenance shut down results in no sessions for more than three consecutive days.
– COVID Lockdown.
- Members must provide a valid email address and phone number for all communication.
- Required gear for stick and puck are as follows: Helmet, shins, elbows, skates, gloves, shoulders, hockey pants, cup, jersey, hockey socks and stick. Any player who is not wearing the items above will be asked to leave the ice, as it exposes them to risk and injury.
- The following documents form part of this agreement:
Standard C.I.A. Risk Guidelines
IHA Code of Conduct
C.I.A. Map with tag points highlighted
As a private member of Cockburn Ice Arena, use of your private membership indicates your agreement to abide by the terms and conditions outlined on this page.
STANDARD RISK GUIDELINES
Assumption of Risk
By entering the Arena, both skaters and spectators agree that they have knowledge of, and assume the inherent risk of ice skating which includes (but is not limited to) the following:
- Any injuries resulting from:
a) collision or contact with other skaters/individual on the ice.
c) contact with objects/artificial structures that are within the skater’s intended path of travel.
d) wet flooring.
- Ice skating is NOT recommended for:
a) pregnant women.
b) children under the age of 3 years.
c) any person with a heart condition.
d) any person with an existing injury.
e) any person who is a first time skater (or not skated in many years), and who is over the age of 55 years. This is due to an increased risk of musculoskeletal injuries. If a person meets these conditions and still chooses to skate, they may be required to sign a release of liability waiver.
f) due to certain clauses in our insurance policy, people weighing over 120kgs and/or lacking a reasonable level of fitness may be advised not to skate due to an increased risk of injury. We highly recommend that you obtain appropriate medical advice prior to undertaking any form of ice skating if you are suffering weight issues as a result of a medical condition.
Ice skating is performed at the skater’s own risk. Ice skating can be dangerous and involves a significant degree of physical exertion and risk.
It is the skater’s responsibility to maintain reasonable control of their speed at all times whilst skating, and to skate within their own skill and ability limitations. Each customer is responsible for their own safety.
Cockburn Ice Arena is not responsible for any loss, death or injury that may occur.
In the unlikely event of an accident or injury, please present to staff to be assessed by a trained first aid officer.
Lockers are provided to secure your valuables, and staff cannot take any responsibility for items left unattended. Staff are unable to personally look after your belongings.