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12th ICCE Global Coach Conference
“Coaching: The Cornerstone of Education, Equity, Ethics and Excellence in Sport”
30th October–1st November 2019, Tokyo, Japan
The mission of the ICCE is to lead and support
the development of sport coaching globally
ISCJ is the official journal of the International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE) and is published by Human Kinetics.
The University of Waikato has three PhD scholarships available to conduct disability sport research, with projects in inclusion, coach learning/development and athlete welfare/care.
Together Special Olympics and the International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICC) invited all coaches to during an ICCE Global Coaches House at the Special Olympics World Games 2019 on 15th March.
Aligned with Leeds Beckett University's mission to use knowledge and resources to make a positive and decisive difference to people, communities and organisations, they are proud to announce the launch of the Carnegie School of Sport's Doctor of Professional Practice in Sport (DProf Sport).
If you are a sport organisation looking to develop the leaders of your coach education system, someone who is involved in training other coach developers or a coach developer looking to step up to a senior leadership role, join us for this 3-day highly interactive and challenging workshop.
An international coalition of organizations from the Olympic Movement, the United Nations, Academia and civil society has started in the form of project “EYVOL - “Empowering Youth Volunteers through Sport”, a two-year project co-funded by the European Union within the Erasmus+ programme, aiming to develop a common framework on “Sport Volunteerism”.
On the 4th of February 2019 a meeting took place between José Curado, ICCE Board member and Racem Marzougui, a basketball Tunisian coach at Hammamet, Tunisia.
The ECC is a formally established continental body for Europe of the International Council for Coaching Excellence.