From October 25 until 28 the SPEACH consortium met in Lisbon, Portugal. Hosted by our Portuguese partner ESDRM, the meeting focused on the preparation of an Intensive Programme set to take place in Groningen in February 2017.
The ICCE Research Committee is seeking two new members to serve a four-year term (2017-2021). The ICCE Research Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the ICCE Board with respect to the full range of ICCE and external partner activity in the area of coaching research.
The Women's Sport Leadership Academy (WSLA) is dedicated to developing tomorrow's leaders of sport. WSLA 2017 is now confirmed and will take place in The Dome, home to the University of Chichester's Business School, from June 11th-16th 2017.
On 13th of October 2016, the SCORE team presented the result of the project and the final version of the interactive toolkit “Gender Equality in Coaching” during the Final Conference of SCORE.
On October 12-14, the International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE) organised an event focusing on current trends in coach education and development.
The interim partner meeting of Fix the Fixing project was held in Athens, Greece on the 15th October 2016 organised by KEA Fair Play Code Hellas.
Leeds Beckett University and the International Council for Coaching Excellence lead an innovative multinational project to prioritise and facilitate the education and recognition of children’s coaches across Europe
CoachLearn partners have just delivered the second multiplier event of the Erasmus+ project at Trainerakademie, Köln, Germany. The purpose of this milestone event, which took place during 12th-14th October 2016, was to give European stakeholders the opportunity to consult on the first draft of the European Sport Coaching Framework.
After a 12-month process, including two world-wide expert consultations, the International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE) launched the International Sport Coaching Degree Standards (ICDS) in Köln on 14th October 2016.
On October 12-14, the International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE) organised an event focusing on current trends in coach education and development. The Conference, which took place in Cologne, Germany at the Trainerakademie of the German Olympic Sports Confederation, located at the campus of the German Sport University, had over 60 international speakers and guests from 17 countries. This highly relevant topic attracted different sport coaching stakeholders including national coaching organisations, coaches associations, NOCs, international federations and national sport organisations.