As you are probably aware from worldwide media, Japan was recently hit by a typhoon which caused disruption in areas of the country, including Tokyo. We would like to reassure you now that Japan's National Tourism Organisation have confirmed that it is safe to travel, and the city is back to 'business as usual'. We look forward to welcoming you at the Global Coach Conference in Tokyo in the coming weeks.
International Sport Volunteers selected by EYVOL partners contribute their time in support of the World Athletic Championships in Doha
Young volunteers were deployed by EYVOL during the World Athletic Championships, within the framework of EU-funded project
The 15th ENSE Forum was held at the University of Vienna’s Institute for Sport Science on the 26th and 27th of September 2019 under the theme Sport – Education – Society. Links and Solutions.
As part of European Week of Sport 2019, there will be a day celebrating Sport Coaches on 25th September. In co-operation with the European Week of Sport’s national co-ordinator, the Finnish National Agency for Education, we are setting out a task to enable people to thank their coach.
It is with great pleasure that we are now in a position to announce that the 2021 ICCE Global Coach Conference will take place in Lisbon, hosted by Treinadores Portugal.
CSI project presented to a meeting of European Coaches' Associations and Coaching Organisations - Budapest, July 2019
ICCE in cooperation with Hungarian Coaching Association organised a European meeting of coaches' associations and coaching organisations in Budapest on 2-3 July 2019.
PEAK is a new international project aiming to develop coaching policy recommendations for use by sport federations, coaching bodies and governments.
We are delighted to announce that registration for the 12th ICCE Global Coach Conference 2019 and ICCE Research Fair is now open! You can book your place at the early bird rate until 31st August.
Over 330 coaches from 25 countries gathered at the University of Limerick last weekend for the highlight of the iCoachKids year. Over 30 different keynotes, workshops and presentations explored this year’s main theme: Child-Centred Coaching.
The European governing body for football adopts a child-centred vision for sport to support the development of grassroots football across 55 countries.