The United States Center for Coaching Excellence is a nationally focused not for profit organization dedicated to leadership and support for quality coach education and development in the United States.
Within its two branches representing professional leadership and program accreditation, the USCCE develops 'great' practice guidelines, shares resources, and supports professionals in coach development who provide coaching education and the USCCE accredits coaching education programs using nationally guidelines.
The United States Center for Coaching Excellence is fully dedicated to the improvement of the coaching profession and, in turn, improving the quality of people’s lives in and out of sport. Furthermore, effective leadership requires the cultivation of inclusive practices and celebrating diverse individuals and communities. The USCCE recognizes the principles of fairness, equity, and social justice in relation to, and across, intersections of race, age, disability, faith, national origin, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, social class, economic class, ethnicity, gender identity, gender expression, and all other identities represented among our diverse membership. The USCCE, now and always, condemns discrimination, racism, and systemic oppression of any kind.
As a leader in supporting the field of coach development and coaching education, the USCCE supports the importance of evidence based minimal standards for the training and preparation of youth sport coaches. The USCCE also recognizes the importance supporting coaches as professionals and supporting the professionalism of sport coaching. Join the USCCE in highlighting the important sport leadership initiatives. Learn more about these initiatives and join the conversation by clicking the links below.