iCoachKids Literature Review now available in Polish
We are delighted to announce that the iCoachKids Literature Review is now available in Polish.
This literature review is a central piece of iCK. It has provided the necessary evidence to aid the development of a European Coaching Children Curriculum to guide those developing training opportunities for coaches of children and young people in the European Union and beyond. The literature review and the ECCC also informed the development of three Massive Open Online Courses during 2018 and 2019, which were the final outputs of the project.
The Polish translation brings the iCK Literature Review to an even wider audience, adding to the translations published in Arabic, Spanish, Lithuanian, Hungarian, French and Dutch - available here.
Special thanks to Wojciech Andrzejczak for translating the Literature Review into Polish. Wojciech has more than 15 years of experience in coaching and developing American Football. He has worked at collegiate, high school and youth teams in the USA, club teams in Europe and youth programs in China, and is committed to the issues of players safety, social role of sports and fundraising in youth sports . Between 2010 and 2011, Wojciech ran a pioneer football program aimed at resocialization through sports at a Youth Correctional Center in Poznan which received an equipment grant from New Orleans Saints.
Dedicated towards knowledge and best practice transfer, since 2013 Wojciech has been a member of the American Football Coaches Association, and was a speaker at the 94th AFCA Convention and 2019 European Sports Forum. From 2016 to 2017 he was part of the coaches education program for Chinese Ministry of Sports and finished courses at the Science of Training Young Athletes at University of Florida, Sports and Society at Duke University, The Global Business of Sports at University of Pennsylvania.