Leeds Beckett University and the International Council for Coaching Excellence continue to build on the momentum of the highly successful iCK movement, with a second multinational project prioritising and facilitating the education and recognition of youth sport coaches across Europe.
We invite members of the sport coaching research community, sport coaching funders/policy makers, managers, practitioners, and relevant others, to take part in a consultation and review process of the ICCE Research Committee.
The ICCE welcomes you to review endorsement materials, building on the International Coach Degree Standards which have been in development since 2015.
The latest transnational meeting of the PEAK project which is funded through the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, took place in Helsinki on 4th and 5th December 2019 upon invitation by the Finnish Olympic Committee.
ICCE discuss further co-operation in coach education and development with the General Sport Authority of Saudi Arabia
ICCE President John Bales and Secretary General Ladislav Petrovic were invited by the Leadership Institute of the General Sport Authority of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to discuss further co-operation in their coach education and development.
The 2nd cohort of ICCE trained Coach Developer graduates, as Zambia is taking a regional lead in the work of Coach Development and Recognition.
EYVOL hosts the First Conference in International Sport Volunteerism - 27 November 2019, Creteil, France
The First International Conference on Sport Volunteerism has taken place on 27 November 2019, at the Maison du Handball in Creteil (Paris), France.
Project EYVOL invites stakeholders to International Sport Volunteerism Conference: 27 November 2019, Paris
The ICCE as a partner of the EYVOL project, would like to share an invitation to the International Sport Volunteerism Conference in Paris on 27th November 2019. The theme of the event is Best Practices on Volunteering for Social Inclusion through Sport.
Over 20 universities from around the world came together during the ICCE’s Global Coach Conference 2019 in Japan to discuss the proposed degree endorsement process following the publication of the International Coaching Degree Standards published in 2016.
iCoachKids and Special Olympics announce partnership to improve coaching and sports for people with intellectual disabilities
iCoachKids, a project to provide innovative learning and development opportunities for those coaching children and young people, today announced a partnership with Special Olympics, the global movement that unleashes the human spirit through the transformative power of inclusion through sport, leadership development, health, school engagement and youth leadership.