The International Coaching Enrichment Certificate Program is an intensive coaches’ education program consisting of lectures, projects, guest speakers, participant presentations, group work, field trips, and project planning and implementation. The program will consist of four modules scheduled over an academic year, and the candidate will work with an international tutor to develop a personal project that will be implemented for the benefit of the respective sport or sport in general in that country.
The ICECP is open to coaches from all sports; however, preference will be given to coaches in the following sports:
Candidates will submit a potential personal project that has been approved by their National Olympic Committee (NOC) leadership and respective National Federation during the application process. When accepted, the candidates will be provided with the personal project guidelines and after consultation with their NOC, will submit a project proposal to the Director of the Program one month prior to the start of the program. A tutor will be assigned thereafter to each participant to mentor the candidates on the development of the project.
- Basketball Coaching Education for Secondary School Coaches in Malawi
- Development of a Grass Root Marketing Campaign for Fencing in Macedonia
- Development of a National Judo Coaching Education System in Japa
- Development of Coaching Education for Taekwondo in Ethiopia
- Development of a Training Model to Prepare Elite Athletics Athletes for High Performance in Taiwan
- Long-Term Volleyball Development in Malaysia
- Development of a Program for Player Identification for Iran Basketball Teams at All Levels
- Planning and Preparation for Peak Performance in High School Athletics/Track and Field in Antigua Barbuda
- Development of a Long-Term Athlete
- Development Program for Volleyball in South Africa
- Development of a National Talent Identification Program for Youth Males Basketball Players in Sierra Leone
- Using Notational Analysis as Function of Educating Coaches of the Judo Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Reading materials for the participants should be completed prior to arriving in the United States. These reading will prepare the participants for the topics that will be covered during the course. Assigned reading will be forwarded to participants prior to arriving in the United States.