After a successful try-out, most athletes join the team at the interclub level. These athletes train 2.5 to 5 hours per week and focus on mastering various non-inversion skills between different landing positions (feet, seat, front, and back) as well as basic inversions. Athletes will learn skills and routines and have the opportunity to attend 3-4 invitational Interclub competitions throughout the competitive season. Interclub athletes can move towards the provincial stream or continue challenging the higher Interclub levels.
The provincial program is set by Gymnastics Canada, ranging from levels 1-4. This program is for athletes to excel in competition, achieve provincial qualifying scores and build toward the national categories. Athletes are expected to train 2 to 4 days per week and attend 3 provincial qualifier competitions. Provincial athletes can achieve scores to attend Ontario Championships, Eastern Canadian Championships and promotion to the national levels.
Athletes who achieve the level 4 mobility requirements of Gymnastics Canada will focus on performance at the national level. Difficulty of skills and execution of routines becomes most important to succeed. National athletes train 3 to 4 days per week and compete at provincial qualifiers, Elite Canada and Canadian Championships. The national program allows for international opportunities in Olympic sport of trampoline.