The International Council for Coaching Excellence, the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations and Leeds Metropolitan University launched version 1.2 of the International Sport Coaching Framework during proceedings at the Global Coach Conference hosted by the South African Sport Confederation and Olympic Committee in Durban on 11th September 2013.
The main theme of the Forum is: „Sporthorizon 2020: share qualities towards innovative sport education”. It will be held will be held in the Hanze University of Applied Sciences of Groningen, Netherlands between 24-26 October 2013.
The ICCE Board 2013-2017 were elected at the General Assembly 2013, and ICCE Committees.
ICCE president John Bales and secretary general Ladislav Petrovic were invited to speak at the national sport conference "Poland’s qualifications framework for the sports sector" on September 3-4, 2013 in Warsaw, Poland.
The conference discussed main issues of sport coaching at European level. This was also the final event of the CoachNet project (www.coachnet.eu) supported by the European Commission Sport Unit.
The CoachNet project is an initiative of the European Coaching Council and aims to further develop a structure for the co-ordination of sport coaching at European level.
The EU Sport Forum 2012 was held in Nicosia, Cyprus on 19-20 September 2012 where the European Coaching Council was be represented by its Secretary Ladislav Petrovic.
The ICCE, in partnership with Leeds Metropolitan University and Limkokwing University, commissioned an events programme entitled the Global Coaches House during the London Olympic and Paralympic Games 2012.
The first version of the International Sports Coaching Framework was launched on 1st August 2012 at the Global Coaching House in London.
The International Journal of Coaching Science is calling for manuscripts on research pertaining to the ﬁeld of coaching.