Program Information

Last updated on October 17, 2020 4:24 am

The UBC Baseball Rose Indoor Training Centre is re-opened with additional precautions for COVID-19. Registration for fall lessons and camps is now open. Advanced registration required for all programs and access.


Things to know


Safety Practices

What to Expect



Things to Know

  1. Available Programs
    • Fall lessons and pro-d day camps are now open for registration
    • Private Performance Private Lessons are available for one-on-one instruction for hitting, fielding, or pitching.
  2. COVID safety practices
    • Participants must provide their own baseball-related equipment (ex. bats, gloves, etc.).
      • Shared equipment (ex. baseballs, batting helmets, cones etc.) required for a private lesson will be sanitized between sessions.
    • No spectators (including parents) are permitted at this time.
  1. Drop-off/pick-up
    • Entry to all private lessons will be through the north entrance of the UBC Baseball Rose Indoor Training Centre.
      • Please arrive no earlier than 15 minutes before the scheduled start time of the lesson.
      • If you are early please wait outside, otherwise you or your child may enter and follow the signs marked on the floor to the front desk.
    • Exit of the facility will be a the west entrance sliding doors of the UBC Baseball Rose Indoor Training Centre.
      • Parents should wait here for instructors to accompany their child to this designated location.
  2. Amenities
    • Change facilities will not be available. Please come dressed for the start of lesson.
    • Water fountains will only be available for filling of personal water bottles.


UBC Recreation is using a new registration system beginning May 2020; an online login will be required for all activities. If you have not recently set up a new login, please follow the link below to set up a new online login.

UBC Students – please ensure that you have activated your login using your CWL in order to qualify for student rates and free access to the UBC Aquatic Centre and SRC drop-in activities.

  • Fall lessons and pro-d day camps are now open for registration
  • Player Performance Private Lessons
  • The UBC Baseball Rose Indoor Training Centre will be open for reduced hours and by appointment only.
    • Phone registration is available at (604) 822-5770 during business hours
    • In-person registration will not be available
  • Only credit (Visa or Mastercard) or debit payment is accepted at this time.
  • Credit or refund will be issued upon request for individuals unable to attend lessons for a COVID-19 related reason,.

Safety Practices

Stay at home if you are sick

Stay home if you have travelled internationally in the last 14 days

Advanced reservations and bookings required for all programs/activities.

Non-medical face masks required when indoors except when exercising

Signs and pathways for designated entrances, exits, line-ups, and traffic throughout buildings

Change rooms & lockers closed. Come dressed for your activity.

Water fountains are limited to refilling of water bottles.

Cover your cough or sneeze with your elbow

Avoid touching your face

Wash hands thoroughly & frequently

Use hand sanitizer if you are unable to wash your hands

Maintain a physical distance of 2m from others

Additional Information

  • Physical distancing will be practiced whenever possible, including: maintaining distance between staff and participants with emphasis on avoiding contact with younger children
  • Good hand hygiene practices will be encouraged, including regular hand washing (1-1.5 hour intervals) with soap and water or hand sanitizer when there is no immediate access to soap and water.
  • Face coverings or masks are required when indoor except while exercising or performing physical activity.
  • Enhanced cleaning is taking place in all of our facilities, including: increased frequency, additional attention to high frequency touch points, and daily sanitization of furniture
  • If staff are required to administer first aid, they will wear personal protective equipment (PPE) that may include medical gloves, a mask, face shield, and a gown
  • Public changerooms may be closed or modified to facilitate physical distancing.
  • Public water fountains may be closed for drinking, although some may remain open for contactless water bottle refills. It is expected that individuals arrive to programs with a filled water bottle that is labelled with their name.
  • Facilities will have designated entrance and exit foot traffic patterns that all staff and participants must abide by.

What to Expect

Drop-off/Pick-up and Sign-in/Sign-Out

  • For drop-off/pick-up, we ask that it is limited to ‘one caregiver per child’ to avoid additional people during busy periods.
    • All camps will have extended 30-minute drop-off/pick-up windows to support physical distancing.
  • Any person providing drop-off/pick-up of a camper will be required to leave their full name and contact information for contact tracing purposes.
  • Parents/guardians are asked to avoid entering indoor day camp spaces during pick-up/drop-off.
  • Parents/guardians are kindly asked to promptly depart after sign-in/out to avoid crowding.
  • Spectators – including parents/guardians – are not permitted.

Daily Health Screening

All persons visiting UBC facilities or taking part in a program must be able to answer “no” to all of the following questions:

Have you, or members of your household, experienced any flu-like or cold symptoms within the last 14 days?

Have you, or members of your household, had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or is awaiting COVID-19 test results within the last 14 days?

Have you, or members of your household, travelled internationally within the last 14 days, including to the USA?

  • If the answer is “yes” to any question on arrival, they will not be allowed to attend any programs for health and safety reasons. A supervisor will follow-up with them through phone or email to issue a credit for programs that are missed.
  • Translated written copies of pre-screening questions will be available to ensure language is not a barrier to understanding and adherence to health and safety measures.