Canoe England BCU (UKCC) Level 2 Assessment Candidate Guide Version (Based on Copy of BCU Online LTPD Test Certificate. BCU/Coaching/CA/BCU UKCC L2 Assessment Candidate Guide//Jan Page 1 of 4 prior to 01/01/09). • Copy of your BCU Online LTPD Test Certificate . The BCU have produced the LTPD pathway report which sets out the vision for how LTAD is to be integrated into paddlesport. The sport of.

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It also aims to help deliverers provide the right opportunities at the right time, ensuring that paddlers are enjoying paddlesport ltps progressing at an optimal level.

See partners page Other Sites: Performance Applicable to anyone wishing to maximise their potential. It is applicable to paddlers who wish to achieve personal goals in both the competitive and non-competitive disciplines, i.

The BCU LTPD model outlines pathways for all paddlers to take through the sport lypd is based on the principles behind human growth and development. Once competencies have lttpd achieved at one level, they form the foundation for the next level.

The Long Term Paddler Development model can be used as a goal setting and evaluation tool helping individuals and coaches to identify specific areas that need development in order to reach those personal goals.

The model aims to provide a base of paddlesport and movement skills that will give an individual the opportunity to enjoy our sport to whatever level they choose, whether recreationally or high performance. Thank you for taking the time to read this, we hope that it will give you some new ideas to play with or it may just confirm that what you are already doing is current best practice.

Recreational Paddlesport Aims to give paddlers opportunity and skills to maximise their enjoyment and satisfaction from the sport to whatever level they desire. You must enable Javascript to make full use ltpr this site.

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At each stage of the LTPD pathway specific principles and guidelines for physical, psychological, ltpe, tactical and ancillary development are identified. Whatever their aspirations, Long Term Paddler Development is about giving them the chance to get the most out of paddlesport, being able to achieve their ambitions and realise their dreams.

We are now one of 18 sports across the UK at the time of writing to receive funding from Sport England to implement this into our system. Text Size – A A A. Loading – Please wait In order for Long Term Paddler Development to make a difference we need you, whatever your involvement, to help us implement this programme.

Long Term Paddler Development

The model takes the paddler from basic to complex skills, from general to specific, and from beginner to expert. Generally vcu standards of performance The model aims to provide a base of paddlesport and movement skills that will give an individual the opportunity to enjoy our sport to whatever level they choose, whether recreationally or high performance.

We are proposing three key areas in our Long Term Paddler Development framework: However the principles can be applied and be as equally beneficial for anyone in their first few years of paddling, whatever discipline, and whenever they start. This foundation of skill development and enjoyment, gives paddlers a base to progress either down the recreational or performance route depending upon ltld aspirations.

Long Term Paddler Development. It also aims to help deliverers provide the right opportunities at the right time, ensuring that paddlers are enjoying paddlesport and progressing at an optimal level. For example, a solo sea kayaking expedition or a first descent.

Once competencies have been achieved at one level, they form the foundation for the next level. Foundation Applicable to anyone starting out in paddlesport and split into three stages: Optimal development requires an early start; ideally paddlers should be passing through these stages between the ages of about 5 and 13 years old.

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The Long Term Paddler Development model supports paddlers from the day they first get into a boat, over a span of many years, providing a logical lfpd of programme planning and skill development from the young paddler to the experienced performer.

Through the LTPD pathway the BCU aims to create a working framework that provides paddlers at all stages of development, in all disciplines, the opportunity to be the best they can. The concepts outlined by Dr. The model aims to provide a base of paddlesport and movement skills that will give an individual the opportunity to enjoy our sport to whatever level they choose, whether recreationally or high performance.

It is applicable to paddlers who wish to achieve personal goals in both. Paddlers who come into this category include those with high aspirations in the competitive ltd of paddlesport, but equally those wishing to pursue a recreational discipline to the highest level. Foundation Applicable to anyone starting out in paddlesport and split into three stages:.

Ltp each stage specific principles and guidelines for physical, psychological, technical, tactical and ancillary development are identified.

Increasing enjoyment levels from the sport More paddlers realising their dreams More paddlers retained in the sport More outstanding performances i. Other sites Please select Introduction The BCU Long Term Paddler Development framework has ltd established bccu on the principles lgpd human growth and development, and maximises the opportunities this offers to the paddler.

Generally higher standards of performance. Through Long Term Paddler Development, we aim to achieve: Whether you are a paddler, parent, coach, administrator, physical education teacher, club member or centre manager, you should be able to take something away from reading this and help to develop our sport.