USCCE Committees

As a non-profit leadership organization, the work of the USCCE is driven by individuals within coaching, coaching education and coach development who are passionate about quality, evidence based practices that support coach education and coach developement professionals and their work and coaches across all contexts and domains of sport in the great work they do to create healthy, safe and productive sport participation and performance experiences for athletes of all levels. 

 

As a follow up to several exciting Action Tank meetings on a variety of important topics at the 2019 North American Coach Development Summit, the USCCE has a number of existing and *new* committees forming and is seeking individuals who are intereted in serving in leadership positions to oversee and facilitate the charge of each committee.  Opportunities exist within each committee to serve in committee leadership positions as well as to assist with committee projects and initiatives.  More detailed information about specific projects and priorities associated with each committee will be posted soon.

Individuals in academic and non academic positions and current students are encouraged to joining a USCCE committee that interests them.  Currently, USCCE membership is not required as opportunities for individual membership will not become available until January 2020.  Unless noted, committee leadership 'term limits' have not yet been defined, although we do ask individuals to committ to at least one year when joining a committee leadership team.  Specific qualifications for each committee leadership team are listed with the committee descriptions. 

Check out the list below for committee descriptions and information about the leadership core for each committee.  Please email us at info@USCoachExcellence.org  if you are interested in working with a specific committee 

Coach Developer Network Committee

The Coach Development Committee is responsible for supporting and overseeing the activities within the USCCE’s Coach Developers Network.  The Coach Developers Network provides evidence based resources for individuals who work in coaching education and coach development, supports the continued development of the professional field of coaching education and coach development and houses the Coach Developers’ Academy. 

 

The Coach Developers’ Network Committee leadership core is comprised of 5-6 individuals who have been a part of an ICCE or USCCE/ICCE coach development program.

 

Diversity & Inclusion Ad Hoc Committee *new*

The Diversity & Inclusion Committee is responsible for supporting diversity and inclusion within coach education, coach development and the support of the profession of coaching. This is a member interest driven committee that encourages both individual collaboration and collective efforts to support the work of the USCCE.

 

The Diversity & Inclusion Committee leadership core is comprised of 5-6 individuals.  Academic and non-academic based professionals and students can all serve on this committee.

 

LTAD & Coaching Ad Hoc Committee *new*

The LTAD & Coaching Committee is responsible for supporting the integration of evidence-based practice related to long term athletic development core concepts and coaching education and coach development.  This is a member interest driven committee that encourages both individual collaboration and collective efforts to support the work of the USCCE.

 

The LTAD & Coaching Committee leadership core is comprised of 5-6 individuals.  Academic and non-academic based professionals and students can all serve on this committee.

 

Membership Foundation Ad Hoc Committee *new*

This is a short term ad hoc committee (July-November 2019) with the task of exploring and providing the board with recommendations and opportunities that will support the launch of individual membership in January 2020 for professionals and students.

 

The Membership Foundation ad hoc committee leadership core is comprised of 6-8 individuals. Academic and non-academic based professionals and students can all serve on this committee.

 

Professionalism & Coaching Ad Hoc Committee *new*

The Professionalism Coaching Committee is responsible for exploring and developing ways in which the USCCE can work to support the profession of coaching across sport levels and domains within the United States.  This is a member interest driven committee that encourages both individual collaboration and collective efforts to support the work of the USCCE.

 

The Professionalism and Coaching Committee leadership core is comprised of 5-6 individuals.  Academic and non-academic based professionals and students can all serve on this committee.

 

Research Committee

The Research Committee is responsible for exploring and developing ways in which the USCCE can work to support the development and dissemination of evidence-based practice within the fields of coaching education, coach development, and the profession of coaching.

 

The Research Committee leadership core is comprised of 5-6 individuals.  Academic and non-academic based professionals and students can all serve on this committee.

 

Summit Planning Committee

The Summit Planning committee is responsible for planning the summit program.  This includes providing keynote recommendations to the Board of Directors, conducting the call for program submissions, assisting in sponsorship development, creating the summit schedule, monitoring the Summit communications and some on-site during the event duties. Members of the Summit Planning Committee serve on a 2 year basis.

 

The Summit Planning committee leadership core is comprised of 6 members. Academic and non-academic based professionals and students can all serve on this committee.

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