iCoachKids: Innovative Education & Training for a Specialist Children & Youth Coaching Workforce.

Meet the team

Hungarian Coaches Association

Dr Ladislav Petrovic

Ladislav has been active in national and international coach development and continuous professional development for coaches for more than two decades and has participated as an expert in several international and European projects and expert groups in coaching, coach education and employment. Ladislav is also the General Secretary of the International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE) and a Board Member of the European Network of Sport Education (ENSE). He is still playing and coaching basketball at community sport level in his home city of Budapest.

Hungarian Coaches Association

Judit Balogh

Judit is a former professional basketball player, who has played for Hungary more than 220 times and won three bronze medals in European Championships. She is head coach of a Hungarian first division women’s team and technical director of a basketball academy in Budapest with 250 players from the age of six up to seniors. Judit is also an assistant lecturer at the University of Physical Education in Budapest, where she is involved in coach and teacher training programs. Her field of interest is the motivation of the participants involved in sport programmes and the nature of the coach-parent-athlete triangle.

International Council for Coaching Excellence

Karen Livingstone

Karen is the Manager of the ICCE Global Coaching Office and the frontline point of contact for ICCE members. She has worked on a number of European projects, including CoachNet, CoachLearn and iCoachKids, and has been involved in organising events such as the Global Coach Conference and Global Coaches House in Europe and internationally. Before working for the ICCE, Karen worked at sports coach UK as a Senior Communications Officer co-ordinating the organisation’s marketing strategy.