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LTOD (Charles Cardinal)
Long Term Officials Development
Moving Forward
Richard Way, Andre Lachance and Charles Cardinal
September 2010
People
change,
Sports
change
Goals change,
Rules change,
Officiating
changes
Le sport est vital du
mieux-être des
Canadiens et
Canadiennes
Chaque enfant est
un athlète
Un pays, une vision,
un système
Sport is a vital to the
wellness of Canadians.
Every child is
an athlete
One country,
one vision,
one system
Canadian Sport Policy (2002)
Politique canadienne du sport (2002)
Four Policy Goals

Enhanced Excellence

Enhanced
Participation


Quatre objectifs

Excellence accrue

Participation accrue
Enhanced Capacity

Ressources accrues
Enhanced Interaction

Interaction accrue
Conférence des ministres FPT (2004-2005)
FPT Ministers’ Conference (2004-2005)
The Three Key Outcomes
LIFELONG
PARTICIPATION
IMPROVED
PERFORMANCE
PHYSICAL
LITERACY
World Obesity
“Because of the increasing rates of
obesity, unhealthy eating habits, and
physical inactivity, we may see the
first generation that will be less
healthy and have a shorter life
expectancy than their parents.”
US Surgeon General 2004
“The definition of insanity is doing the
same thing over and over again and
expecting different results.”
Albert Einstein
What is LTAD (Sport for Life)?
• Optimal training,
competition and
recovery
programming
with relation to
biological
development and
maturation
How old is a
13 year old ?
What is LTAD (Sport for Life)?
• Athlete centred, coach
driven and
administration, sport
science and sponsor
supported
14
14
What is LTAD
(Sport for Life)?
• Equal
opportunity for
recreation and
competition
• Training and
competition is
based on
chronological age
(while athletes
can be 4 - 5 years
apart by
maturation levels)
Wave 1 Vague
1. Athletics - Athlétisme
2.
3.
4.
5.
Baseball
Biathlon
Cross Country - Ski de fond
Freestyle ski acrobatique
6. Golf
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Judo
Speed Skating - Patinage de vitesse
Surf des neiges - Snowboard
Synchro
Rowing - Aviron
Triathlon
13. Volleyball Wave 2 Vague
Alpine Ski
Alpin
14. Water Ski & 1.
Wakeboard
- Ski
Cerebral Palsy sports
nautique et 2.
planche
3. Cycling - cycliste
4. Canoe - canotage
5. Curling
6. Diving - plongeon
7. Equine – Hippique
8. Gymnastics - Gymnastique
9. Rugby
10. Softball
Wave 3 Vague
1. Basketball
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Archers - des archers
Weightlifting - d’haltérophilie
Bobsleigh, Skeleton, Luge
Field Hockey - Hockey sur gazon
Figure Skating - Patinage
Football
Hockey
Karate - karaté
Lacrosse - de crosse
Racquetball
Ringette - Ringuette
Taekwondo
Squash
Water Polo
Wave 4 Vague
1. Badminton
2. Bowling - des quilles
3. Boxing - Boxe
4. Broomball - Ballon sur glace
5. Cricket
11. Soccer
6. Fencing - d’escrime
12. Swim - Natation
7. Goalball
13. Wheelchair Rugby en fauteuil roulant
8. Lawn Bowling - Boulingrin
14. Wrestling - Lutte
9. Shooting - de tir
15. Yachting
10. Sport Parachute - parachutisme sportif
11. Table Tennis - Tennis de table
12. Tennis
Basketball Long-term Player/Athlete
Development Model (draft)
Lots of sports,
Tons of officials,
Plethora of development
programs
LTOD Building the Future
• Where do we want to be in 2018?
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Grassroots
Recreational Stream
Competitive Stream
High Performance Stream
Sports actually involved in the
LTOD Process
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Hockey
Ringette
Baseball
Others ???
Guiding Principles?
• Excellence
• Needs-based - addresses the needs of
umpires and of all the other participants
• Flexibility - adaptable to the needs of
participants and changes in the game
• Inclusivity - based on equal opportunity
• Collaborative
LTOD Goals?
• Improve the quality of officiating at
every level
• Develop uniformity and consistency
throughout the country
• Educate parents and fans on the work
of the Officials
Adapted from Claude Frappier,
arbitre en chef, région Richelieu
LTOD Goals?
• Offer a tutorship / mentorship program
to complement the course
• Develop uniformity in the interpretation
of the rules, their implementation, the
positioning of officials on the ice /
situation and the visual signals to
communicate
Adapted from Claude Frappier,
arbitre en chef, région Richelieu
LTOD Goals?
• Acquire / Consolidate / Refine and
Maintain optimal officiating
performance at every game
Requires:
 Skill proficiency
 Conditioning
 Ideal performance state preparation
(mental)
adapted from Claude Frappier,
arbitre en chef, région Richelieu
LTOD Goals?
Focus on improving performance, not
punishing failure.
Developing Competencies?
• Need to know?
• Be able to do?
• How to behave?
Developing Core Competencies
(Skills)?
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Mental toughness
Emotional intelligence
Physically fit
Decision-making
Game management
Interpersonal skills
– In competition
– Outside competition
A Core Competencies?
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Continuous improvement
Ability to adapt
Always learning
Open to change
Open to sharing
Open to work together
LTOD Key Components?
• Training education, development
– Competency based training and outcomes
– Official Practice
• Pathways
– Different strokes for different folks – adaptable
& flexible
– Community, Competitive, Developmental,
Professional – context based
• Personnel
– Recruitment
– Retention
LTOD Key Components?
• Excellence always (quality assurance)
– Define what is Excellence in officiating at
every level
– Meeting needs of officials
– Meeting needs of other stakeholders
– Ensuring (verification)
– Continuous improvement (kaizen)
• Leadership & organization
– Corporate driven
Current issues?
Interactive section:
At your table determine
your top 3 current
issues…
Current issues
Retaining sports officials is a vital
component in maintaining levels of
participation in organised sports.
Abuse and harassement are not the
only reasons why number of sports
officials are declining.
Current issues
Inexperienced officials at the grass
roots level of sport and lack of
strategies to retain officials
Resources devoted by
NSO/PSO/Sport Canada/Prov. Gov. to
sports officiating are disproportionally
low compared to coach and athlete
development
Current issues
There is an underlying assumption
that all sports officials are seeking
career advancement and this is not
necessarily the case.
Education of coaches (and parents)
regarding the goals of the officials.
Current issues
Officials are disconnect from the rest
of the sport – organization.
Others
Current issues
Interactive section:
Apply current issues to LTAD stages…
Key Factors
Interactive section:
What are the keys factors in LTOD?
Can you be specific to LTAD stages…
FUNdamentals
Physical Literacy
Specialization
Age
Developmentally
Appropriate
Trainability
Readiness
Periodization Planning
It Takes Time
Rule of 10 (10,000 hrs)
Kaizen
Competition
Working Together
System Integration
To Consider ?
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Research shortcomings?
Applying LTOD 10 key factors?
Stages of development? or contexts?
Officials background. What do we know
about officials in Canada ?
• Ensuring the culture in a sport respects
and understands officials and training
of officials.
Potential Initiatives
• Encourage NSO National program
(including database)
• Competency-based training
• Matrix of skills – holistic development
• Use of on-line training systems
• National grassroots program (including
recruitment partner)
• MultiSport relationships
Potential Initiatives
• Officials technical directors – not just
supervisors
• Development opportunities (including
tournament roles)
• Standardize training / administrative
systems
• Physical preparation of officials
• Sports-Études/Academies for officials
What got
you here…
Won’t get
you there…
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