Virtual Summits

The 2022 June North American Coach Development Summit was held in Spokane, Washington June 8-10 this year and was full of great conversation and excellent presentations. 


If you were unable to join us, you can still access the content from the Summit throughout the month of June by registering and joining us on the WHOVA app.  Keynotes, virtual presentations, presentations power points and more are all available for registered participants throughout June.  The WHOVA app also offers opportunities to network and connect.

The 2022 USCCE Virtual Summit

We know that travel for many in 2022 is still questionable. To help support and grow our community and essential conversations about sport coaching education and coach development systems, the USCCE is hosting a virtual event June 8-10 that will run along side but separate from the in person Summit in Spokane, Washington. The virtual event will include live streaming of the 2022 North American Coach Development Summit keynotes, as well as unique and separate recorded and live content each day. 

There will be opportunities for engagement with others attending the virtual event as well as with Summit attendees.  While we know nothing replaces the energy of meeting and collaborating with peers in a live event, the goal of the virtual program is to help support the energy within the field, provide greater opportunities for inclusion, and grow our community and the important conversations in sport coaching education and development.  Watch for more program details in the coming weeks about this 3 day experience.

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We understand that not everyone will be able to join us for the in-person summit in Spokane, Washington. For that reason, the USCCE is also planning a virtual engagement during the summit with 3-4 hours of programming and activities on June- 8-10. For those attending the virtual event, the Summit Keynotes will be livestreamed. All other virtual event programming will be hosted independently of the summit and will include opportunities to network and engage with peers as well as attend virtual sessions through our Whova App. Keep an eye on our website to learn more about the virtual option.

2022 Virtual USCCE Schedule

Virtual Summit Pricing

Refund Policy
No refunds will be issued for the virtual event as materials will be available for 30 days after the event.

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2021 Virtual Program

Monday, May 17

Tuesday, May 18

Wednesday, May 19

11am to 12:15pm ET

The USCCE: Supporting a profession, a discipline & quality sport coaching for all

11am to 12:15pm ET

The evolving & essential role of the coach: How much is too much to expect?

11am to 12:15pm ET

Emerging systems of coach education & coach development

12:30-1:45pm ET
Assessment as a feature of coach programs: What, why & how?

The assessment experiences of sports coaches, on coach education programs, has received little attention and as such is often overlooked by coach educators and coach developers. This is problematic since assessment is a feature of nearly all coach education programs and the ability to coach can often depend upon it (e.g., certification, qualification, license). In this session, the speakers will make a case for assessment as learning, by sharing examples from around the world and principles of good assessment practice which could be adopted.

12:30-1:45pm ET
Evaluating coach education programs: What is working, why & how?

Coach education programs are a well-recognized feature of coaches’ professional development. Indeed, significant resources (e.g., human, financial) are invested in designing and delivering coach education programs across the United States and the globe. However, little meaningful evaluation work has been carried out, and no dedicated evaluation methodology exists to do this work; we argue that this is problematic. Panelists in this session will outline the ‘problem situation and present examples and practical strategies for moving the field forward.

12:30-1:45pm ET
The evolving role of the coach developer within coach education: Models & recommendations

As the demands and expectations on coaches, across all contexts, change, the work of professionals who support coaches is also changing.  Athletic directors, program directors, and coaching managers all play essential and evolving roles in coach education and professional development.  Additionally, the roles and responsibilities of the coach educators and coach developers who design and deliver coach education curriculum and who support coach learning continue to evolve as well.  Speakers in this session will share program innovations and recommendations from a range of sport contexts.

2:00 - 3:15pm ET
HOT TOPIC Diversity, equity & inclusion in coach education

As educators and leaders, coaches are in a unique position to work within communities.  Through this role, a coach can be a supportive agent of change in addition to their responsibility to create a safe and equitable environment for the athletes they serve.  The panelists in this session will explore current best practices in coach education to support.

2:00 - 3:15pm ET
HOT TOPIC Coach education after a year of COVID: What has changed, what stays the same & what's next?

Panelists in this session, representing a wide range of programs will share the programmatic coaching education COVID adjustments experiences and impact in 2020.  An emphasis will be placed on essential lessons learned and the future of virtual and in-person learning in coach education design and delivery.

2:00 - 3:15pm ET
HOT TOPIC The next decade: Coach education, action items & global conversations

Join the USCCE for an exciting session exploring key initiatives and innovations occurring nationally and globally supporting the growth of the discipline and application of coaching education and coach development.

3:15-4:15 pm ET
Energize, Engage, & Collaborate #1

Join us for a social engagement session with designated breakout rooms for discussing the topics of the day, for student engagement, and to talk to colleagues in the field.  Participants will be able to join and leave the virtual engagement rooms throughout the session.

3:15-4:15 pm ET
Energize, Engage, & Collaborate #2

Join us for a social engagement session with designated breakout rooms for discussing the topics of the day, for student engagement, and to talk to colleagues in the field.  Participants will be able to join and leave the virtual engagement rooms throughout the session.

3:15-4:15 pm ET
Energize, Engage, & Collaborate #3

Join us for a social engagement session with designated breakout rooms for discussing the topics of the day, for student engagement, and to talk to colleagues in the field.  Participants will be able to join and leave the virtual engagement rooms throughout the session.

5:00-6:00 pm ET
2021 Member Assembly

The open annual meeting for USCCE members.  The new board members will be announced and the 2021 Legacy award winner will be announced.  There are no votes pending for this year’s meeting.

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