Hockey Canada Skills Camps were developed by Hockey Canada in 1997 with the aim of helping both female and male players as well as coaches primarily at the Atom and Pee Wee level (9-12 years old) improve their fundamental hockey skills. However, some camps may be open to other age groups.
The camps can be run in one day or over two days. While the majority of camp activities are on-ice, there is also off-ice instructions centered around respect and teamwork.
Camps have a maximum enrollment of 72 players per camp, and there is a registration fee to attend. Qualified BC Hockey and Hockey Canada Instructors will be on hand at the camps.
Each camp is hosted by a minor hockey association. Minor Hockey Associations receive application packages in the fall.
2013 Nelson Skills Camp
Nelson District Community Complex