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.
In the context of collaborative work between Portugal and Cape Verde, a seminar for coach developers took place on 17th and 18th August at Ribeira Grande (Santo Antão Island/Cape Verde).
After meetings in Vienna, Budapest and Leeds, the fourth meeting of the Pro Safe Sport for Young Athletes Expert Group of the Council of Europe has taken place in Berlin this week.
ICCE is delighted to announce the launch of the Canadian Disability Policy Alliance's latest project, which aims to foster community participation within Canadians with disabilities between 2014 and 2022.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our great friend and colleague Pat Duffy who passed away on Sunday morning after a long illness.
The 2014 Teaching & Coaching Conference (TCC) in conjunction with Ryder Cup Europe takes place on Sunday 21 and Monday 22 of September and will see delegates attend education seminars that look at golf from grass roots up to elite level.
ICCE president John Bales signed the Brighton Declaration at the 6th IWG World Conference in Helsinki, Finland on June 12th.
A new coaching pathway has been developed for Triathlon, based on the International Sport Coaching Framework.