"3M National Coaching Certification Program Competency-Based Education"
Cycling: Integrating LTAD & NCCP Paul Jurbala Canadian Cycling Association CS4L Workshop January 2009 Good timing! Cycling’s LTAD: Developed 2005-06 Volume 1 released Nov 07 Volume 2 released Nov 08 Let’s Ride! Community Initiation: conditional approval April 07 Ready to Race! Intro to Competition: conditional approval April 08 Integrating LTAD LTAD is prominent in context objectives LTAD Vol 1 is included in Ref Mat for all contexts Scenarios, athlete case studies Learning activities Assessment and Evaluation Context objectives: “The key objectives for an Introduction to Competition Cycling Coach are therefore: Ensure participants have fun, safe, stage-appropriate experiences that make them want to continue in competitive cycling; Introduce participants to regular training 3 to 6 times per week; Introduce participants to competition in multiple cycling disciplines, within club, school or basic provincial-level competition programs; Assist the development of cyclists passing through their growth spurt, and be ready to modify training and competition accordingly, consistent with the LTAD Model; Create a foundation to prepare participants to advance to a more specialized development level of training and competition as they develop.” Learning activities- Workbook Maturity of Your Athletes: Not all athletes are able to effectively develop every Key Performance Factor. In addition, the ability of an athlete to develop a KPF, the length of time to spend on developing the KPF, etc depends on the readiness of the athlete. Review the “Athlete Profile Snapshot” you filled out in your Portfolio. Based on their profile, refer to the Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model in the Reference Material. What LTAD stage do you think your athlete is in? LTAD stage: ____________________________________ Now check the specific suggestions for training session (practice) duration in the LTAD model. How long should your session be? Hint: if you are planning a session for earlier in the season or your athlete is less experienced, choose a duration at the low end of the range. Duration: ________________________________________ Assessment & Evaluation For Intro to Competition: Session, weekly & season planning Selection of competitions Training : Competition ratio Plans for athlete testing/monitoring …all to be consistent with LTAD model. System Alignment and Integration System Alignment and Integration Active f Life 21+ 21+ Train to Win Recreational 18-21 18-21 Learn to win Participant Elite Pathway Train to Compete 16-18 15-18 16 18 15 18 at ays Pathways for 12-16 11-15 Train to Train Learn to Train 9-12 8-11 Fundamentals 6-9 6-8 Physical Literacy Active Start 0-5 years old Play Train Compete CS4L Train to Win Learn to Win Tactics Train to Compete Train to Train Strategies Learn to train Technical FUNdamentals Fundamentals FUNdamentals – Community Coach To learn fundamental movement skills throughg basketball in a positive, Technical inclusive and fun way. 20 % - individual decision making Fundamentals 60% - Movement Skills 20% - Basketball Skills Learn to Train – Intro to Comp To learn basic basketball skills while still emphasizing Strategy fundamental movement in a fun 10% basic offense / defense inclusive environment. Technical 20% - multi-player 30% - individual Fundamentals 20% movement 20% basketball ATHLETICS CANADA LTAD INTEGRATION WITH NCCP EXAMPLE LEARNING ACTIVITY • LTAD a cornerstone of Athletics Canada coaching education LTAD a cornerstone of Athletics Canada coaching education • Integrated with Run, Jump, Throw through to Competition Development • Mini lecture (15 minutes) • Review Growth Chart Review Growth Chart • Coaches review Athletics Canada LTAD and related articles – make ( f ) recommendations (what should be avoided, what should be focussed on) • Training to Train and Learning to Compete are the targeted stages Cross-Country Skiing CC LTAD and the NCCP Evaluation Process . p p 2009 Canadian Sport for Life Workshop Cross-Country Skiing C C Skii i li ith NCCP progression aligns with LTAD stages Program content and coach evaluation align with LTAD stages Leading practice sessions Teaching technique Seasonal planning pp g p Supporting athletes at a competition Cross-Country Cross Country Skiing Evaluation example: supporting athletes at a competition FUNdamentals: the coach leads/assists a group of skiers at a Ski Tournament or some other age-appropriate special activity, and is evaluated L2T: the coach successfully leads a club team to a Regional Cup race, (provincial) Midget Championship or similar age-appropriate competition and is evaluated T2T: the coach successfully leads a club team to a nationally sanctioned competition such as a Provincial Cup race and is evaluated