The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is the top policy-making body of the Federation. A budget for the upcoming year is approved and elections are held. The President serves a two-year term. A President-Designate is elected for the second year. Vice-Presidents are elected annually.
The Board of Directors is responsible for the affairs of the Federation between general meetings. It is composed of the President, Vice-Presidents, Past President, President-Designate and the President and General Secretary (or substitute) from each Member organization or Affiliate. The Board meets in November, April and in advance of the AGM.
The Executive Committee conducts CTF business between meetings of the Board of Directors. It meets in September, November, January, March, May and July each year. It includes the President, Vice-Presidents, Past President, President-Designate and the CTF General Secretary.