The European commission published guidelines regarding the minimum requirements in skills and competences for coaches

 
The European commission published guidelines regarding the minimum requirements in skills and competences for coaches

In February 2020, the European commission finalised its guidelines regarding the minimum requirements in skills and competences for coaches. This work has been undertaken through the establishment of the European Commission Expert Group on Skills and HR Development in Sport (XG HR) for the last 3 years.

EOSE was delighted to attend the Expert Group meetings as Observer and to contribute to discussions on the future of skills development in sport in Europe.

The publication aims at “proposing a common minimum set of competences for coaches in Europe. The guidelines are therefore suggesting improvements in the education/training modules and courses of coaches as well as outline core competences a coach should possess in order to be considered as such. This document is addressed predominantly to the coach education providers. In addition, it also targets directly or indirectly policy makers, public authorities, sport organisations and education institutions.”

It is really important for EOSE to see that skills and competences in sport is an important topic at the heart of Europe.

Feel free to download the guidelines and have a look clicking here!

 
 
EOSE – European Observatoire of Sport and Employment

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