All test session registrations must be completed through EntryEeze! No paper forms will be accepted!
Upcoming Test Sessions (tentative dates):
November 8, 2018 (registration deadline October 18, 2018)
February 28, 2019 (registration deadline February 7, 2019)
Tests during school year will typically be scheduled from 2:45 pm to 5:45 pm, but be mindful of actual times posted.
Cancellation Policy (Please read):
By registering for a test session, you agree to the following cancellation policy:
Cancellations received in writing/email notification up to two weeks before the event will be transferred no more than two future test sessions. Issued refund will be less the credit card processing fees. CVFSC encourages you to communicate clearly with your coach to be sure your skater is ready to test. NO refunds will be processed for cancellations less than two weeks before the event. If the skater is ill or injured, a medical note will be required for last minute cancellations. It is the skater’s responsibility to notify the test chair of any last minute cancellation prior to the start time of the scheduled test session.
CVFSC reserves the right to cancel any test session due to lack of judges, participants, and/or other reasons that may be unexpected. In the unlikely event of cancellations, CVFSC will notify participants by phone and/or email. Your registration fees will be transferred to the next available test session, and the CVFSC is NOT responsible for any costs, damages, or other expenses of any kind, including and without limitation, transportation and/or hotel costs incurred by registrant.
Parents are required to provide a minimum of 1 hour of volunteer time per membership year at your skater’s test session. Volunteer sign-up on EntryEeze will be opened at the same time test session schedule is published. Failure to sign up for a time will result in the test chair assigning you a time 1 day prior to the test session.
1. Skaters should arrive to the test session at least ONE hour prior to the scheduled warm-up time.
2. Please be prepared for last minute schedule changes due to emergencies and report any emergencies you have as early as you can. Failure to report an emergency will result in your test being cancelled without a refund.
3. Please be respectful of judges, test chairs and volunteers as all of their time is generously donated!
BE ADVISED: You need to be a member in GOOD STANDING, i.e., club dues paid up for current year AND previous year's volunteer hours completed or you will not be able to skate!
USFSA IJS Protocol for Test Credit
In accordance with Rules TR 3.00, 4.01 and 4.02, which go into effect November 1, 2017, athletes may receive credit for meeting minimum scores at any competition held under the International Judge System (IJS). The athlete must “skate-up” to the event they are seeking test credit for, in addition to having already passed any prerequisites prior to the competition event.
Singles Free Skate: Juvenile, Intermediate, Novice, Junior, Senior and Adult Gold
Pairs Free Skate: Juvenile, Intermediate, Novice, Junior and Senior
Free Dance: Juvenile, Intermediate, Novice, Junior and Senior
YOU ACHIEVED THE MINIMUM SCORES FOR RECEIVING TEST CREDIT FOR A COMPETITION EVENT YOU “SKATED UP” IN. WHAT DO YOU DO?
STEP 1: While you are at the competition collect copies of the documents below. It is also recommended that you take pictures of them for safe keeping. Notify the competition chair at time of check in that you need a “Test Credit Packet” which includes:
- A copy of the overall event results, that lists all of the skaters, in addition to the names of the Technical Controller and Event Referee. This is to prove the skater actually skated in the event.
- Your individual protocol
- Your Test Credit Skater Report, generated by the accountant. This has your name, your scores and
verifies you achieved a passing result.
STEP 3: Submit ALL these documents to our club by placing them in a sealed envelope in the club mailbox, just left of the front office door. Payment is required via your Entryeeze portal before we can submit your paperwork to USFSA.