The NCDA Coach Developer programme represents a unique professional development opportunity for coach developers from around the world working in national coaching organisations, national and international sport federations and universities. A partnership between Nippon Sport Science University and the ICCE, the programme offers a blended learning experience, including two one-week residentials at NSSU in Tokyo, alongside e-learning and on-line support to aid participants’ application of learning to practice.
The first weekend of the SCORE programme took place for mentors in Larnaca Cyprus on 30th-31st January 2016. 22 mentors attended from the UK, Germany, Finland, Croatia, Cyprus, Portugal, Lithunania and Sweden, with the objective of starting a mentoring process within the sport federations and to raise equality in the coaching workforce.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports Malaysia are currently seeking to employ a National Director of Coaching. This individual will be responsible for producing world class sport coaches in Malaysia.
The Saudi Arabic Olympics Committee (SAOC) is recruiting a Head of Performance Coach Development. The role of the Head of Performance Coach Development is to implement and lead a performance coach development programme that supports existing and potential performance coaches in Saudi Arabia.
World Sports Law Report is proud to announce the Tackling Doping in Sport 2016 summit, which is set to take place on 9-10 March in London. Every year, this exciting summit brings together national and international sports federations, NADOs, NGBs, athletes and lawyers from over 70 different countries around the globe.
The Anita White Foundation and Females Achieving Brilliance, with the support of the University of Chichester, have hosted two successful Women’s Sport Leadership Academy's (WSLA) to date. The 2016 WSLA will take place on 19-24 June at the University of Chichester.
The United States Coaching Coalition (USOC, NCAA, NFHS, SHAPE America and NSCA) is pleased to announce the call for programs for the 2016 National Coaching Conference from June 21-23 in Seattle, Washington. The National Coaching Conference brings together coaches, coach developers and sport science researchers for the enrichment of coaching and sport.
What does it take to win repeatedly at the highest level of Olympic and professional sport? This has been the concern of The Serial Winning Coach, a study commissioned by the ICCE and supported by world-leading sport organisations such as UK Sport, the Australian Sport Commission, INSEP (France) and Trainerakademie Köln (Germany). They were all looking for new and improved ways to recruit and develop Olympic coaches.
The SCORE Project team met on Wednesday 30th September 2015 at the Sport and Recreation Alliance offices in London. The ICCE is a partner of the Project, and was represented by Pauline Harrison.
ICCE and Leeds Beckett support the Chinese Olympic Committee’s ‘Top Hundred Outstanding Young Professional and Technical Personnel Training Programme’
Professor John Lyle and Senior Research Fellow Sergio Lara-Bercial delivered a two-hour seminar as part of the Chinese Olympic Committee’s ‘Top Hundred Outstanding Young Professional and Technical Personnel Training Programme’ run in conjunction with the University of Leeds.