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2018 EHF Licence Renewal Seminar
13.12.2018-16.12.2018 in Créteil (FRA)
Coaches' Courses & Seminars
2018 EHF "Rinck" Convention Master Coach and Licensing Course (3rd module)
10.12.2018-16.12.2018 in Creteil (FRA)
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1st National Beach Handball Education Course
01.11.2018-04.11.2018 in Catania (ITA)
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10th EHF Beach Handball Coaches’ Course (level 2)
31.10.2018-04.11.2018 in Catania (ITA)
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2018 EHF Referee/Delegate Seminar
31.8-01.09.2018 in Vienna (AUT)
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2018 EHF "Rinck" Convention Master Coach and Licensing Course (2nd module)
11.06.2018-17.11.2017 in Györ (HUN)

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Each course will consist of a maximum of 20 participants, the deadline for the 2016 registration is 30 April.

Apply for the European Handball Manager course

Without a coaching licence one cannot coach a team. Without the proper qualification one cannot become a referee – but what about handball club managers?

The European Handball Federation together with the German Sports University Cologne decided to focus on the adequate education, matching the demands of national and international handball, for the people responsible for the clubs’ and federations’ business side of things.

Europe’s first professional qualification in handball management launched in July 2015 in German. The second edition will begin in July 2016 and this time will be offered in English.

Sharing of best practice examples

Each course will consist of a maximum of 20 participants, the deadline for the 2016 registration is 30 April. The enrolment fee is 5,000 euro.

Participants will have to be present at the Sports University for 14 days. The course ends with and oral and a written exam.

The course consists of five modules: Basics in economics and law, handball management, marketing and sponsoring, finances and licensing as well as media and communications.

The relevance of the further education programme is underlined by the inclusion of Michael Wiederer, EHF Secretary General, as a speaker.

"It is the right way to contribute to this study by investing into the successful future of handball and its management. Our trailblazers as European Handball Managers are a great group. Already the first presence phase showed the different perspectives, on which we can build on in the future," Wiederer says.

Besides the education aspect, the organisers stress that the participants share best practice examples from their daily business.

Further experienced course lecturers including Sylvia Schenk (Head of the Working Group on Sport at Transparency Deutschland) and Prof. Dr. Martin Gutzeit (Professor of Civil Rights, Employment and Social Law at the Justus Liebig University Giessen) guarantee a high-quality programme with practical relevance.

Legal adviser and former national team goalkeeper, Andreas Thiel, will also be offering his expertise combining legal matters with aspects from professional handball.

The course targets former professional players and coaches and also managers, who have been working in professional handball for at least two years. University graduates with an expressed interest in the course are also eligible to apply.

For more information on admission, exams, attendance phases and for a registration form visit the course's website and see the flyer.
 


TEXT: EHF / kob