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  • Education for Mentors Programme - call for Participants | SCORE: Gender Equality in Coaching
    the country sport organisation involved in the project with the commitment of the mentors educated in this international education For this reason we are looking for 24 participants to create the pool of SCORE mentors The partcipants have to meet the following criteria Over 18 years old Ability to communicate and work in English Being strongly motivated and committed to assist in creating and implementing an action plan for developing a mentoring programme in the respective country and or sport federation with the national coordinator organisation Being strongly motivated and committed to act as a mentor Have experience in coaching training in sports The selection procedures will follow two criteria 24 participants 2 from each of the following countries Croatia Cyprus Finland Germany Lithuania Portugal Sweden UK will be selected by the SCORE national coordinators of the project 8 additional participants from all organisations involved in the project will be selected by the project management according to the applications application form motivation letter How to apply Read the call and if you meet the criteria fill and send the application form to massini youth sport net Select rating Give it 1 5 Give it 2 5 Give it 3 5 Give it 4 5 Give it 5 5 No votes yet Tag Cloud CDP CSO DOSB ENGSO EOSE Equality in coaching EUSA Finnish Coaches Associaton Genderequality General Score News ICCE LUSF NOC Croatia SCORE Scorecoaching Sport sports coach UK Swedish Sports Confederation Latest News SCORE at EWS Biannual Conference on Women and Sport On 8th April 2016 SCORE Training Session Succesfully Conducted in Croatia The series of SCORE National Cyprus hosted the first step of the SCORE Education for Mentors Programme and the National Training Session The National Training Sessio RSS Feed Women raise concerns over Vancouver pick up artist

    Original URL path: http://www.score-coaching.eu/blog/education-mentors-programme-call-participants?page=3 (2016-04-30)
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  • Education for Mentors Programme - call for Participants | SCORE: Gender Equality in Coaching
    the project with the commitment of the mentors educated in this international education For this reason we are looking for 24 participants to create the pool of SCORE mentors The partcipants have to meet the following criteria Over 18 years old Ability to communicate and work in English Being strongly motivated and committed to assist in creating and implementing an action plan for developing a mentoring programme in the respective country and or sport federation with the national coordinator organisation Being strongly motivated and committed to act as a mentor Have experience in coaching training in sports The selection procedures will follow two criteria 24 participants 2 from each of the following countries Croatia Cyprus Finland Germany Lithuania Portugal Sweden UK will be selected by the SCORE national coordinators of the project 8 additional participants from all organisations involved in the project will be selected by the project management according to the applications application form motivation letter How to apply Read the call and if you meet the criteria fill and send the application form to massini youth sport net Select rating Give it 1 5 Give it 2 5 Give it 3 5 Give it 4 5 Give it 5 5 No votes yet Tag Cloud CDP CSO DOSB ENGSO EOSE Equality in coaching EUSA Finnish Coaches Associaton Genderequality General Score News ICCE LUSF NOC Croatia SCORE Scorecoaching Sport sports coach UK Swedish Sports Confederation Latest News SCORE at EWS Biannual Conference on Women and Sport On 8th April 2016 SCORE Training Session Succesfully Conducted in Croatia The series of SCORE National Cyprus hosted the first step of the SCORE Education for Mentors Programme and the National Training Session The National Training Sessio RSS Feed Little tips lead to more confidence Q A with McGuire Cup winning coach Tobias

    Original URL path: http://www.score-coaching.eu/blog/education-mentors-programme-call-participants?page=4 (2016-04-30)
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  • Education for Mentors Programme - call for Participants | SCORE: Gender Equality in Coaching
    programme will be organised to train mentors who will support and act as mentors for potential female coaches in their countries after the education The broader aim is to create a mentoring system in the country sport organisation involved in the project with the commitment of the mentors educated in this international education For this reason we are looking for 24 participants to create the pool of SCORE mentors The partcipants have to meet the following criteria Over 18 years old Ability to communicate and work in English Being strongly motivated and committed to assist in creating and implementing an action plan for developing a mentoring programme in the respective country and or sport federation with the national coordinator organisation Being strongly motivated and committed to act as a mentor Have experience in coaching training in sports The selection procedures will follow two criteria 24 participants 2 from each of the following countries Croatia Cyprus Finland Germany Lithuania Portugal Sweden UK will be selected by the SCORE national coordinators of the project 8 additional participants from all organisations involved in the project will be selected by the project management according to the applications application form motivation letter How to apply Read the call and if you meet the criteria fill and send the application form to massini youth sport net Select rating Give it 1 5 Give it 2 5 Give it 3 5 Give it 4 5 Give it 5 5 No votes yet Tag Cloud CDP CSO DOSB ENGSO EOSE Equality in coaching EUSA Finnish Coaches Associaton Genderequality General Score News ICCE LUSF NOC Croatia SCORE Scorecoaching Sport sports coach UK Swedish Sports Confederation Latest News SCORE at EWS Biannual Conference on Women and Sport On 8th April 2016 SCORE Training Session Succesfully Conducted in Croatia The series

    Original URL path: http://www.score-coaching.eu/blog/education-mentors-programme-call-participants?page=5 (2016-04-30)
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  • sports coach UK’s involvement with the SCORE programme | SCORE: Gender Equality in Coaching
    negative perceptions within their own sport and lack of disposable time and income From this research we have been able to identify solutions which sports organisations can employ to help overcome these barriers We have worked closely with sports such as England Athletics to put some of these recommendations in place Currently in the UK only 30 of the coaching workforce is female Furthermore only 17 of qualified coaches and only 10 of coaches on national teams are women This underrepresentation is unacceptable as a more diverse coaching workforce brings great benefits to sport and the wider society The SCORE programme aims to raise awareness to women and sports organisations and advocate system change which will look to welcome and support more women into coaching networks in their respective countries Through the SCORE programme sports coach UK is in charge of developing a toolkit which will focus in two areas sports organisations and individual females in sport The organisational toolkit will look to promote and support gender equality through recruitment development and retention of female coaches within their existing coaching systems The toolkit for women in sport will provide information around becoming and developing as a coach and also supply guidance about advocating gender equality in their coached sessions to further aid the retention of women and girls in sport The toolkit comes in response to the Gender Equality in Sport proposals for strategic actions paper of Group of Experts including sports coach UK and published by the EU Directorate General for Education and Culture in 2014 The paper calls for specific actions to be taken if the EU is to reach a target of 40 of the coaching workforce being made up by women Alongside the toolkit sports coach UK will lead in the development and delivery of a series of training events which will be rolled out to all eight participating EU countries in the SCORE programme The training event will be attended by national sports organisations from these countries with the aim of raising awareness and providing concrete actions that they can take to evolve their coaching systems to be more aware of the needs of their female coaches The aim will be to provide solutions which will welcome more women into coaching at all levels of all participating sports Steps to make these changes need only be small in some cases but will have a sustainable long term effect on the demographic of our coaching workforce We recognise that the SCORE programme is only a starting point We understand that sustainable change requires time to embed to an extent where we can truly recognise the impact but the learning that sports coach UK will be providing with the support of all participating partners is an exciting step forward We are excited to be working on this programme and are very much looking forward to seeing the benefits of this programme in the years to come This article is written by Sarah Milner sports coach UK in

    Original URL path: http://www.score-coaching.eu/blog/sports-coach-uk%E2%80%99s-involvement-score-programme?page=1 (2016-04-30)
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  • sports coach UK’s involvement with the SCORE programme | SCORE: Gender Equality in Coaching
    societal issues negative perceptions within their own sport and lack of disposable time and income From this research we have been able to identify solutions which sports organisations can employ to help overcome these barriers We have worked closely with sports such as England Athletics to put some of these recommendations in place Currently in the UK only 30 of the coaching workforce is female Furthermore only 17 of qualified coaches and only 10 of coaches on national teams are women This underrepresentation is unacceptable as a more diverse coaching workforce brings great benefits to sport and the wider society The SCORE programme aims to raise awareness to women and sports organisations and advocate system change which will look to welcome and support more women into coaching networks in their respective countries Through the SCORE programme sports coach UK is in charge of developing a toolkit which will focus in two areas sports organisations and individual females in sport The organisational toolkit will look to promote and support gender equality through recruitment development and retention of female coaches within their existing coaching systems The toolkit for women in sport will provide information around becoming and developing as a coach and also supply guidance about advocating gender equality in their coached sessions to further aid the retention of women and girls in sport The toolkit comes in response to the Gender Equality in Sport proposals for strategic actions paper of Group of Experts including sports coach UK and published by the EU Directorate General for Education and Culture in 2014 The paper calls for specific actions to be taken if the EU is to reach a target of 40 of the coaching workforce being made up by women Alongside the toolkit sports coach UK will lead in the development and delivery of a series of training events which will be rolled out to all eight participating EU countries in the SCORE programme The training event will be attended by national sports organisations from these countries with the aim of raising awareness and providing concrete actions that they can take to evolve their coaching systems to be more aware of the needs of their female coaches The aim will be to provide solutions which will welcome more women into coaching at all levels of all participating sports Steps to make these changes need only be small in some cases but will have a sustainable long term effect on the demographic of our coaching workforce We recognise that the SCORE programme is only a starting point We understand that sustainable change requires time to embed to an extent where we can truly recognise the impact but the learning that sports coach UK will be providing with the support of all participating partners is an exciting step forward We are excited to be working on this programme and are very much looking forward to seeing the benefits of this programme in the years to come This article is written by Sarah Milner sports coach

    Original URL path: http://www.score-coaching.eu/blog/sports-coach-uk%E2%80%99s-involvement-score-programme?page=2 (2016-04-30)
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  • sports coach UK’s involvement with the SCORE programme | SCORE: Gender Equality in Coaching
    issues negative perceptions within their own sport and lack of disposable time and income From this research we have been able to identify solutions which sports organisations can employ to help overcome these barriers We have worked closely with sports such as England Athletics to put some of these recommendations in place Currently in the UK only 30 of the coaching workforce is female Furthermore only 17 of qualified coaches and only 10 of coaches on national teams are women This underrepresentation is unacceptable as a more diverse coaching workforce brings great benefits to sport and the wider society The SCORE programme aims to raise awareness to women and sports organisations and advocate system change which will look to welcome and support more women into coaching networks in their respective countries Through the SCORE programme sports coach UK is in charge of developing a toolkit which will focus in two areas sports organisations and individual females in sport The organisational toolkit will look to promote and support gender equality through recruitment development and retention of female coaches within their existing coaching systems The toolkit for women in sport will provide information around becoming and developing as a coach and also supply guidance about advocating gender equality in their coached sessions to further aid the retention of women and girls in sport The toolkit comes in response to the Gender Equality in Sport proposals for strategic actions paper of Group of Experts including sports coach UK and published by the EU Directorate General for Education and Culture in 2014 The paper calls for specific actions to be taken if the EU is to reach a target of 40 of the coaching workforce being made up by women Alongside the toolkit sports coach UK will lead in the development and delivery of a series of training events which will be rolled out to all eight participating EU countries in the SCORE programme The training event will be attended by national sports organisations from these countries with the aim of raising awareness and providing concrete actions that they can take to evolve their coaching systems to be more aware of the needs of their female coaches The aim will be to provide solutions which will welcome more women into coaching at all levels of all participating sports Steps to make these changes need only be small in some cases but will have a sustainable long term effect on the demographic of our coaching workforce We recognise that the SCORE programme is only a starting point We understand that sustainable change requires time to embed to an extent where we can truly recognise the impact but the learning that sports coach UK will be providing with the support of all participating partners is an exciting step forward We are excited to be working on this programme and are very much looking forward to seeing the benefits of this programme in the years to come This article is written by Sarah Milner sports coach UK

    Original URL path: http://www.score-coaching.eu/blog/sports-coach-uk%E2%80%99s-involvement-score-programme?page=3 (2016-04-30)
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  • sports coach UK’s involvement with the SCORE programme | SCORE: Gender Equality in Coaching
    sport and lack of disposable time and income From this research we have been able to identify solutions which sports organisations can employ to help overcome these barriers We have worked closely with sports such as England Athletics to put some of these recommendations in place Currently in the UK only 30 of the coaching workforce is female Furthermore only 17 of qualified coaches and only 10 of coaches on national teams are women This underrepresentation is unacceptable as a more diverse coaching workforce brings great benefits to sport and the wider society The SCORE programme aims to raise awareness to women and sports organisations and advocate system change which will look to welcome and support more women into coaching networks in their respective countries Through the SCORE programme sports coach UK is in charge of developing a toolkit which will focus in two areas sports organisations and individual females in sport The organisational toolkit will look to promote and support gender equality through recruitment development and retention of female coaches within their existing coaching systems The toolkit for women in sport will provide information around becoming and developing as a coach and also supply guidance about advocating gender equality in their coached sessions to further aid the retention of women and girls in sport The toolkit comes in response to the Gender Equality in Sport proposals for strategic actions paper of Group of Experts including sports coach UK and published by the EU Directorate General for Education and Culture in 2014 The paper calls for specific actions to be taken if the EU is to reach a target of 40 of the coaching workforce being made up by women Alongside the toolkit sports coach UK will lead in the development and delivery of a series of training events which will be rolled out to all eight participating EU countries in the SCORE programme The training event will be attended by national sports organisations from these countries with the aim of raising awareness and providing concrete actions that they can take to evolve their coaching systems to be more aware of the needs of their female coaches The aim will be to provide solutions which will welcome more women into coaching at all levels of all participating sports Steps to make these changes need only be small in some cases but will have a sustainable long term effect on the demographic of our coaching workforce We recognise that the SCORE programme is only a starting point We understand that sustainable change requires time to embed to an extent where we can truly recognise the impact but the learning that sports coach UK will be providing with the support of all participating partners is an exciting step forward We are excited to be working on this programme and are very much looking forward to seeing the benefits of this programme in the years to come This article is written by Sarah Milner sports coach UK in charge of the toolkit implementation

    Original URL path: http://www.score-coaching.eu/blog/sports-coach-uk%E2%80%99s-involvement-score-programme?page=4 (2016-04-30)
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  • sports coach UK’s involvement with the SCORE programme | SCORE: Gender Equality in Coaching
    17 of qualified coaches and only 10 of coaches on national teams are women This underrepresentation is unacceptable as a more diverse coaching workforce brings great benefits to sport and the wider society The SCORE programme aims to raise awareness to women and sports organisations and advocate system change which will look to welcome and support more women into coaching networks in their respective countries Through the SCORE programme sports coach UK is in charge of developing a toolkit which will focus in two areas sports organisations and individual females in sport The organisational toolkit will look to promote and support gender equality through recruitment development and retention of female coaches within their existing coaching systems The toolkit for women in sport will provide information around becoming and developing as a coach and also supply guidance about advocating gender equality in their coached sessions to further aid the retention of women and girls in sport The toolkit comes in response to the Gender Equality in Sport proposals for strategic actions paper of Group of Experts including sports coach UK and published by the EU Directorate General for Education and Culture in 2014 The paper calls for specific actions to be taken if the EU is to reach a target of 40 of the coaching workforce being made up by women Alongside the toolkit sports coach UK will lead in the development and delivery of a series of training events which will be rolled out to all eight participating EU countries in the SCORE programme The training event will be attended by national sports organisations from these countries with the aim of raising awareness and providing concrete actions that they can take to evolve their coaching systems to be more aware of the needs of their female coaches The aim will

    Original URL path: http://www.score-coaching.eu/blog/sports-coach-uk%E2%80%99s-involvement-score-programme?page=5 (2016-04-30)
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