The Strengthening Coaching with the Objective to Raise Equality (SCORE) project, led by ENGSO, had its kick-off meeting in Stockholm on 16-17 February 2015. The project promotes equal opportunities, namely gender equality in coaching, and focuses on increasing the number of employed and volunteer female coaches at all levels of sport as well as enhancing knowledge on gender equality in coach education.
Led by renowned coaching education expert Dr. Wade Gilbert, Human Kinetics Coach Education and The Coaches Insider are proud to bring the coaching community a three-part series of leadership-focused webinars designed to help coaches understand what motivates them as coaches, how to draw the best out of their athletes, and how to build team cohesion.
The first ISCJ issue of 2015 represents an outstanding collection of original research, best practice, coaching insights, and book reviews from leading coaching educators from around the globe.
The ICCE is involved in a new project funded by the European Commission's Lifelong Learning Programme. This project is aimed at national governing bodies, sports clubs and training institutions in charge of coaches, referees, managers and sport specific language teachers.
We are delighted to announce that registration is now open for the Global Coach Conference which will take place at Vierumäki, Finland, between 23rd and 25th August 2015.
The ICCE, represented by its Manager for Strategy and Development, Mr Sergio Lara-Bercial, joined leading coaching and coach education experts from six of Europe’s top football associations at St. George’s Park between 19th and 21st November for a new FA-led initiative – the Coaching Research Exchange Group.
Following the success of WSLA 2014, a second Women's Sport Leadership Academy (WSLA) will take place from 22-26 June 2015 at the University of Chichester.
Two successful EU project proposals which were submitted under Erasmus+ Sport will commence in the new year.
The ICCE Research Fair will take place on Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd August 2015 in Vierumäki, Finland, immediately prior to the ICCE Global Coach Conference.
Following a successful bid to the May 2014 round of Erasmus+ applications, Leeds Beckett University and ICCE have secured European funding to conduct a project named ‘CoachLearn: Enhancing sport coaches' learning, mobility and employment within the context of a European Sport Coaching Framework’. The project will take place between September 2014 and August 2017.