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.
PsyTool Project partners travelled to wonderful seaside town of Halmstad in Sweden for the third full partner meeting of this Erasmus+ co-funded project in February 2017
The Sustainable Sport Development and Well-Being research group at the University of St Mark & St John is seeking applications from interested students for undertaking a funded PhD scholarship in sport, health and/or well-being.
Bringing Health Enhancing Physical Activity (HEPA) into Sport - the SPEACH Project: Sport Physical Education and Coaching in Health
From 6-10 February 2017, around 70 students from six European countries will join a week in which three newly developed HEPA modules will be offered by teachers from seven EU countries. These modules are part of the ‘Sport Physical Education and Coaching for Health (SPEACH) project, a project that is co-financed by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union (2015-2017).
The International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE) is looking for an institutional partner to host the 12th Global Coach Conference in 2019.
The ICCE was recently represented at a round table meeting in Frankfurt, hosted by UNI Europa, a European umbrella organization for trade unions in the sport sector.
From October 25 until 28 the SPEACH consortium met in Lisbon, Portugal. Hosted by our Portuguese partner ESDRM, the meeting focused on the preparation of an Intensive Programme set to take place in Groningen in February 2017.
The ICCE Research Committee is seeking two new members to serve a four-year term (2017-2021). The ICCE Research Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the ICCE Board with respect to the full range of ICCE and external partner activity in the area of coaching research.