iCoachKids expert researchers, coach developers and practitioners from Leeds Beckett University, the International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE), Netherlands Olympic Committee (NOC*NSF), the Hungarian Coaching Association, Sport Ireland, Lithuanian Sports University, Universidad Europea de Madrid and the Royal Belgian Football Association, travelled to Brussels this week for a successful second partner meeting of the project.
Plenary meeting: Supporting the test phase of the European Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee for Sport and Active Leisure, 23 & 24 March 2017, Berlin
On 23 and 24 March 2017, a meeting took place in Berlin regarding "Supporting the test phase of the European Sectoral Social Dialogue Committee for Sport and Active Leisure". The event was attended by 51 people from 23 European countries.
2017 marks Aarhus as European Capital of Culture. In conjunction with Aarhus University and ENSE a celebration will take place bringing Universities, institutions and organizations involved in Physical Education, Sport Science and leisure sports together. The XIV ENSE Forum will take place in conjunction with EAS, ICCE and SNE from September 12-14 2017 in Aarhus, Denmark
Join us on 22nd March at Leeds Beckett University to celebrate the remarkable contribution Professor Pat Duffy made to sports coaching.
The ICCE met recently with the ITU to sign a Memorandum of Understanding regarding the use of the ICCE Quality in Coaching materials by ITU and its members.
The International Council for Coaching Excellence, the European Coaching Council and the rest of the CoachLearn project partners have released the second consultation draft of the European Sport Coaching Framework.
Projects CoachLearn and iCoachKids were presented last week as good-practice case studies at a European Union Symposium held by the University of Leeds and Leeds Beckett University in the UK.
Project lead, Senior Research Fellow for Leeds Beckett University, Sergio Lara-Bercial, and Dr Ladislav Petrovic from the Hungarian Coaches Association travelled to the wonderful seaside town of Halmstad in Sweden to present iCoachKids to the partners of PsyTool, a related Erasmus+ co-funded project.
The interactive iCoachKids online platform has gone live. The site contains a vast number of resources and materials to help coaches plan and deliver great sessions and programmes.