Technical Tools

The CBTF Long-Term Athlete Development model is attached below.

It depicts 8 stages of participation:

As an organization, we are fortunate to have great materials and resources that have been developed over the years by many of our talented and knowledgeable members of the Technical Association.

With the abundance of information, it’s easy to forget that it’s available, and with such busy lives, it can be a challenge to find the time to locate all of the resources.

Material from the February 2018 webinar that provided an update on the Coaching Program Realignment Project is now available for viewing online. The recorded webinar and the slides (including slides added from the Q&A portion of the webinar) are both listed below.

The Coaching Program Realignment is making several significant changes to the CBTF Coaching education programs:

At the 2016 Fall Conference, the Level C (also SDP Silver Pin) and Level B (also SDP Gold Pin) Compulsory #9 was modifed. These changes were made to make a better progression from Level C through Level B and Level A/WBTF Elite.

February 24, 2017 - CBTF is proud of the Pre-Competitive Program that has been in existence for over 15 years. Many of our current elite level athletes started out in the program over 10 years ago, and are now realizing the rewards.

CBTF Competition Director's Handbook, effective December 2016.

The Canadian Baton Twirling Federation (CBTF) expects that a high standard of professional conduct will be maintained by all members of the CBTF Technical Association (ie: Judges, Coaches, SDP Adjudicators, Course Conductors).

 

PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT EXPECTATIONS

CBTF Technical Association members shall:

Sep 2, 2016 - Prepared by Dale White

September 2016 clarification for Compulsory #10. This is the only version that will now be accepted.

Coaches and Judges please note: This is a clarification of the interpretation of the written description. The written description itself has not changed.

October 2017 - Changes to the Level C Compulsories (SDP Silver Pin) and Level B Compulsories (SDP Gold Pin) were approved at the 2017 Fall Conference. The revised descriptions are attached below. The revised video demonstrations have been posted online, on the WBTF Role Model page.

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