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Publication Conference Poster
Title Improving Transparency in European Sport Coach Education
Author(s) Buhre, Torsten
Date 2009
English abstract
Name of Project: Improving Transparency in European Sport Coach Education ( www.itesce.eu ) Presenter: Torsten Buhre, Phd, Malmö University Purpose: The project has a two folded purpose 1) To create structures of coach education in Sweden, Denmark and Hungary that are aligned with the European Framwork for Recognition of Coach Competenci and Qualifications (EFRCCQ) as developed by the European Coaching Council (ECC) and the AEHESIS-project. 2) To test the possibility of financing such a project through Leonardo daVinci “Transfer of Innovations”. Methods and process: To use 6-step model , EQF and EFRCCQ to create transparency for European Sports Coach Education in Hungary, Denmark and Sweden. In addition to this other useful resources has been used i.e. from the International Tennis Federation . The process is a combination of guidance, dialogue, reflexion and work assignments. Two tracks are running parallel to each other 1) at the national level and 2) at the international. Results: In Denmark the coach education is a dual responsibility between the sports confederation and the different national sports federation. Currently we are adjusting the existing program to EQF-levels and analysing the learning outcomes in relation to step four in the 6-step model. In Hungary the coach education is the responsibility of both vocational education institutes and institutions of higher education. The coaching profession requires a coaching certificate regardless of what level of coaching and domain. Currently we are evaluating the existing programs to EQF-levels and analysing learning outcomes to step four in the 6-step model. In Sweden the coach education is the responsibility of the national sport federations. The coaching profession does not require a certificate. Currently we are developing and analyzing learning outcomes in relation to points of reference. Participants: Hungarian Sports Confederation , Danish Sports Confederation , Swedish Sports Confederation, Scania Sport Confederation, Swedish Tennis Federation, Swedish Swimming Federation, Swedish Track and Field Federation , Swedish Soccer Federation, Swedish Floorball Federation, Malmö University and Växjö University .
Publisher 10th ENSSEE (European Network of Sport Science, Education & Employment) Biennial Forum, 18 - 20 September, Ragusa, Italy
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) Coach
education
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH AREAS
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/8682 (link to this page)

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