PD POINTS: 5.0    DURATION (HRS): 2.00
Equestrian Canada

This module will provide participants with an explanation and exploration of ‘What is LTED’ and where both athletes and coaches fit.  Participants will understand that the LTED Framework defines optimal training, competition, and recovery programs based on biological age rather than chronological age, therefore based on human growth and development principles.  Along with encouraging an athlete-centred approach to equestrian development, athletes with a disability will see how they can achieve success and enjoyment in the sport.  There will be discussions surrounding optimal windows of trainability and training vs growth and development, training vs competition, and recommended competition to training ratios and development stages. 

When registering for this module, you will receive complimentary access to the Sport for Life Society's Introduction to Long-Term Development in Sport and Physical Activity eLearning course.

Training applicable to: Coaches, Parents, Officials, Facility Owners, Riders

Certification Contexts: Instructor; Competition-Coach; Competition Coach Specialist; High-Performance 1

NCCP Proffesional Development
Breed Sports Dressage Driving Endurance Eventing General Performance Hunter/Jumper Para-Dressage Reining Saddle seat Speed Events Vaulting
Live training
Coach Coach Evaluator Instructor Learning Facilitator Master Coach Developer Officials Parent Rider

Available times and locations

Sep 17, 2024
Time: 19:00-21:30

Sign-up by: Sep 12, 2024

Ontario Equestrian - Zoom, Aurora $ 49.95 REGISTER
Seats remaining: 50
Instructor: TBD TBD
Language: EN


Please note that this course is scheduled for Ontario - Eastern Time.