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Figure 5: Ultimate Canada National Coaching Certification Streams and Long-Term Athlete Development Stages


Ultimate PDM & CDM COMMUNITY Community Coach Initiation


FUNdamentals Family fun Leagues Youth Leagues


Elementary School Leagues and Intramurals


Learn to play


Recreation Junior Leagues Middle School Leagues and Intramurals


High School Recreational Teams & Intramurals


Competitive Coach Introduction Train to Play


Competitive High School Teams University Intramural Leagues Competitive Junior Leagues Rec League Competitive Teams


Competitive Coach Development


Train to Compete Junior Club teams University Club teams Senior Club teams


Learn to Win


Junior National teams Elite Senior Club teams


Ultimate for Life Recreation Adult leagues University Intramural leagues


Comeptitive Coach High Performance Train to Play


Senior National team Kaizen (continuous improvement)


The concept of continuous improvement, which permeates through CS4L and all aspects of LTAD, is drawn from the respected Japanese industrial philosophy known as Kaizen.


To date, Ultimate’s culture has been particularly agile when it comes to change, adapting new ways to play the game and sharing ideas with our community rather informally but effectively. As we go on we must continue to be forward thinking, innovative and adaptable to new sport science, ideas and approaches to improve the experience for athletes participating in Ultimate. We should not be complacent and accept the status quo but always be looking for ways to improve our sport system. Ultimate is evolving and Kaizen continues to be important to improve the game.


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