Skaters from Aussie Skate Level 4 up to Senior Level. Novice to Senior skaters will compete in both the Short and Free Programs. Adult and Aussie Skate Level 4 up to and including Intermediate Level will compete with only a Free Program.
Please make sure you have downloaded and completed the Planned Program Content form (PPC) and have your music ready before you register. If you have trouble downloading the form(s) right click on the file and select "download" or "save as".
For mobile devices you may need to download additional apps for opening / saving PPC (a PDF reader or Word).
- Wednesday 15 January
- Wednesday 19 February
- Wednesday 18 March
- Wednesday 15 April
- Wednesday 20 May
- Wednesday 17 June
- Wednesday 15 July
- Wednesday 19 August
- Wednesday 16 September
- Wednesday 14 October
- Wednesday 18 November
To be eligible for the February test session and the Les Latham Competition you must have your membership application submitted no later than Sunday 12thJanuary 2020.
For all other test sessions and competitions your membership application must be submitted and approved at a council meeting prior to close of entry for the event. For example, if the test/competition entry closes on 14th April your membership must have been submitted by March 15th for approval during the March meeting.
Download the meeting cut off dates here
PO Box 1472
BIBRA LAKE 6965
Volunteers who offer their services to WAISA as an Official, Judge or Councillor and volunteer for more than five days per annum, may be required to complete a Working With Children (WWC) form and submit the information to WAISA for our records. It is up to the individual to determine if they need to submit a WWC check, ensure it is current and keep WAISA updated using this form.
WAISA uses the ISU Judging System. Judges and Technical Panel are required to conduct a competition. WAISA requires ex-skaters or skating savvy volunteers to train as judges and officials. There are also official positions that require less skating knowledge such as data operator, video replay assistant etc.
Under the ISU Judging System the Judges focus entirely on evaluating the quality of each element performed (technical aspect) and the quality of the performance.
Their scores will be based on specific quality criteria for each element and will provide a comprehensive assessment of each skater’s skills and performance, without comparing each skater in relation to all others. The Judge enters the scores through a touch screen unit.
The Technical Panel is composed of the Technical Controller, the Technical Specialist and the Assistant Technical Specialist, each one from different ISU Members (countries). A Data Operator assists them for recording purposes. An instantaneous slow-motion video replay system operated by a Replay Operator supports the Technical Panel in the identification of the performed elements.
The Technical Specialist, assisted by the Assistant Technical Specialist, identifies and calls the performed elements and the specific Levels of Difficulty of certain performed elements (e.g. Spins, Footwork,). He/She identifies illegal or additional elements, identifies falls and adds, if applicable, innovative elements.
The Technical Controller authorises or corrects all calls, supervises the Data Operator and can propose corrections, if necessary.
WAISA holds test sessions on most months of the year. There are some months when the test session is not held due to schedule conflicts with competitions or availability of judges.
Pay online using the link and you will be entered into the next available test date unless notified otherwise. Entry is based on a first come, first served basis.
Applicants must be a member of WAISA and ISA at the time of application to enter a WAISA Test. Members from other Australian state associations will be considered if their home association endorses the application and if there is room in the session. WAISA members have first priority.
Any applications received who are not members of WAISA and ISA will be returned and the application will be deemed unsuccessful.
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For test requirements please refer to the Testing and Competing section of ISA website.