Whether you are a coach, player, parent, referee, or a soccer administrator, Canada Soccer wants to hear from you about your experiences in soccer in recent years, and what your understanding of and views on LTPD are
About ten years ago, the Canadian Soccer Association (CSA) introduced Long Term Player Development (LTPD) as the core framework to develop soccer players in Canada. Since then, much work has been put in by your provincial/territorial soccer association to enshrine LTPD into how the game of soccer is played, coached and programmed around the country. Much has been accomplished, but we are keen to understand in more detail how far LTPD has been implemented into day-to-day Canadian soccer, and what the broader Canadian soccer community thinks of it.
So the Canadian Soccer Association has contracted sport consultancy Capitis Consulting to assess how far LTPD has been implemented across grassroots soccer in Canada. And to do this, we want to hear from you! Whether you are a coach, a player, the parent of a youth player, a referee, or a soccer administrator, we want to hear from you about your experiences in soccer in recent years, and what your understanding of and views on LTPD are!
Please take a few minutes to complete this survey, giving your feedback on the changing face of Canadian soccer. It’s your chance to have a genuine say in how soccer can be developed into the future, for the betterment of all! Complete the survey now by clicking of the link below. And note that the survey closes on Saturday 31st December 2016, so be sure to complete it before then and have your say!