DEVELOPMENT SQUAD 2017 / 2018
Full Criteria for acceptance onto the Development squad is now available, however please only PDF’s from the 2016 /2017 season will be accepted.
Singles / Pairs and Dance couples – Development squad applications will be accepted from the 1st of April 2017 to the 31st of May 2017.
With the Squad season running from 1st of June 2017 until 31st of May 2018.
Solo Dance – Development squad applications will be accepted from 1st of June until pm on the 17th of July 2017.
With the squad season running from 17th of July 2017 until the 31st of May 2018
There will be a second opportunity for acceptance onto the NISA Development squad with applications reopening on the 1st of November 2017 until 5pm on the 5th of December 2017.
Due to the changes we will be accepting skaters based on age as of 1st July, but if the skater holds a high level elements or free test they must qualify at that level by December. I.e. If a skaters is 12 years and FULL level 8 they qualify for basic Novice A on age. But their test level is over the maximum requirements for that age group. The skater will be accepted initially and must then achieve the advanced Novice requirements by the 5th of December 2017.
All Development squad applications must be fully completed and sent with all supporting documentation to email@example.com
Development Squads Application Form 2017-2018
Pre-Basic Novice A Requirements
Regional 1 Requirements
Regional 2 Requirements
UK Talent Potential- Adv_ Nov Requirements
UK Talent Potential- Junior Requirements
National Talent- Junior Requirements
National Talent- Senior Requirements
Solo Dance Requirements
To compete at an ISU International competition you must be a member of one of NISA’s Development or Performance squads. Allocations to ISU International competitions are made twice each season, once at the start of the season and again after the British Championships.
Skaters chosen to compete at ISU Internationals are ambassadors for NISA and Great Britain and it is a privilege and honour to be selected. Skaters are travelling and competing as representatives of NISA and the highest level of conduct is required at all times. It’s also a great opportunity to gain experience on the international stage.
Club Internationals are open for entry by any skater (you don’t have to be a Development squad member nor do you need to be allocated the club competition via NISA). You can enter by communicating directly with the Organising Committee of the competition. Scores from Club Internationals can be considered for test passes and rankings but will only be authorised after the NISA Technical Director has checked the panels (Judging and Technical) and scores and confirmed that these meet the NISA requirements.
Funding – Advice and Opportunities
This section will give you information and advice about obtaining funding, as well as advising of opportunites to apply for funding.