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.
International Sport Coaching Framework now available in six languages; Arabic translation coming soon
The International Sport Coaching Framework Version 1.2, developed jointly by the International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE), the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF) and Leeds Beckett University (LBU), is now available in Chinese, French, German, Russian, and Spanish. An Arabic translation is forthcoming. The translations of the Framework enable sport organizations from all corners of the globe to more readily implement the document’s guidelines for facilitating the development and certification of coaches.
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
Sport Singapore have announced two new upcoming job opportunities - a Head of Coaching Development position, and a Head of Character and Leadership Development.
ICCE’s Global Coaches House and South American Coaching Summit Bring Together the World of Coaching during Rio 2016
ICCE, in conjunction with the Universade Federal do Paraná and the Brazilian Ministry of Sport, delivered the fourth edition of Global Coaches House and the first ever South American Coaching Summit in Rio de Janeiro during the 9th, 10th and 11th of August. The event brought together a terrific line-up of speakers and over 200 coaches, coach developers and sport administrators from 10 different countries to share their knowledge and discuss the future of coaching.
The ICCE is calling for member feedback on the forthcoming International Coaching Degree Standards to be launched at the Rio Olympic Games
2nd Coordination Meeting (Lisbon 23-24 June 2016): PsyTool Spreads its Sails towards the Atlantic Ocean
The beautiful city of Lisbon (Portugal) offered a fitting backdrop for the 2nd Coordination Meeting of Project Psytool. Our Portuguese partners, Sporting Clube de Portugal, Sport Foundation – Portugal and the Faculty of Human Kinetics of the New University of Lisbon did a delightful job in welcoming the project coordination group to Portugal for a series of very important meetings as the project continues to take shape and grow.
The 11th Global Coach Conference will be held in Liverpool (UK), organised by Liverpool John Moores University and the ICCE on 31 July - 2 August 2017. Researchers are invited to submit coaching research abstracts, and best practice summaries for consideration.
The ICCE, its continental group European Coaching Council, and Hellenic Federation of Sports Coaches and Trainers (POPA) hosted a very successful 2nd European Meeting of Coaches Associations and Coaching Organisations in Greece on 23-34 May 2016, after the 1st European Meeting in Cologne, Germany in April 2014. This meeting was a further opportunity to shape up the representation of sport coaches and sport coaching on a European level.