2017-2018 NSSU-ICCE Coach Developer Programme

10 Apr 2017

General Recruitment

We are pleased to announce that the 2017-2018 NSSU-ICCE Coach Developer Programme is now open for applications.

The NCDA Coach Developer programme represents a unique professional development opportunity for coach developers from around the world working in national coaching organisations, national and international sport federations and universities. Proudly partnering with the International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE), the programme offers a blended learning experience, including two one-week residentials at NSSU in Tokyo (compulsory), alongside e-learning and on-line support to aid and support participants’ application of learning in professional coach developer practice.
The programme is supported by the Japanese government project; ‘Sport for Tomorrow’ and therefore all places are heavily subsidized.

So far 38 participants have undertaken the programme across three cohorts, representing all 6 continents, 22 countries and 21 different sports.

This program will:
·Develop your skills in facilitation, coach observation, mentoring and program design;
·Help you enhance your network among the leaders in coaching development from around the world

For further information is available on our website https://cdacademy3.wixsite.com/ncda and see the “Call for Applications” brochure.
The deadline for applications for the 2017-2018 cohort is 5pm GMT May 5, 2017, and there are only 12 places available, so don’t delay – review the brochure and submit your completed application through our secure application system https://form.jotformeu.com/70704524018348

Driven by a vision of creating coaching cultures that lead to positive experiences for everyone through sport, the mission of NCDA is to foster future international coach development talent and a community of coach developers across the world. So apply today, join our international community and accelerate your learning and career as a coach developer.

NSSU Coach Developer Academy Office