The Inuvik Ski Club strives to offer programming for skiers of all ages and abilities. Check our event calendar for the most up-to-date information on what’s happening. In past seasons, we have offered:

  • Family Ski Days
  • Learn to Ski Lessons (adults)
  • Cross Country Canada’s Jackrabbits, Bunnyrabbits, and Track Attack Programs
  • Inuvik Youth Centre FUNdamentals
  • East Three High School and Elementary School ski sessions


Have what it takes to be a coach?

  • Enjoy working with children
  • Ability to be creative and to improvise
  • Communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to work within a team environment and to lead effectively
  • Problem-solving and critical-thinking skills

Our sport organization pledges to align our practices with Phase 1 of the Responsible Coaching Movement and is committed to ensuring that our athletes and coaches are protected.

3 Steps to Responsible Coaching:

  • Rule of Two
  • Background Screening
  • Ethics Training

Keeping Sport Healthy and Safe

Coaching Resources


  • As a member club of Cross Country Canada, the Inuvik Ski Club uses the National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) to train and certify all coaches for our programs. The NCCP workshops help prospective coaches gain the skills and knowledge required to work with all age groups and competition levels.
  • For more information, visit and


  • The CCC coaching license is aimed at all active cross country ski coaches in Canada who are coaching at least 7 hours per year with a registered cross country ski club (like Inuvik's club).
  • An “active” coach is anyone who performs typical coaching tasks with a registered club, including delivering practices or assisting with delivery of practices, with any age group, for at least 7 hours per year.
  • It is FREE, and you are covered by the CCC Liability insurance, as long as other Minimum Mandatory Coaching Qualification requirements are met.
  • Sign up for your licence on Zone 4 every year, starting July 1st (click on "Get a Licence).

Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD) Model

Children, youth, and adults need to do the right things at the right time to develop in their sport or activity – whether they want to be hockey players, dancers, figure skaters, or gymnasts. Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) describes the things athletes need to be doing at specific ages and stages.


  1. Rise in levels of physical literacy
  2. Less chance of injuries
  3. Fewer dropouts from training
  4. Better choices of sport
  5. More trust in your sports club
  6. Higher sporting achievements
  7. Happier people!
The activities of the Inuvik Ski Club take place on Treaty 11 territory, on the lands of the Gwich'in Settlement Region and of the Inuvialuit Settlement Region.