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Accredited Coach Renewal Scheme

Ensure consistent professional and sports standards of practice.

Update on Continuing Coach Education Hours Earning Methods

With Effective from 1 May 2010, the policy on accumulating the continuing coach education (CCE) hours for the ACRS will be updated as follows:

 

Activity

CCE hours

Method

Supporting documents
required

Existing CCE Hours Earning Method

1

Attend non sports-specific courses/seminars/
workshops

Hour of attendance

  • #1 (Activities organised by recognised sports or education related organisations in Hong Kong, Mainland China or overseas) (Remark)
  • Photocopy of Programme leaflet; and
  • Certificate

Additional CCE Hours Earning Methods

2

Teach courses/serve as speaker at seminars in non sports-specific areas
        

Hour of presentation and preparation

  • #2 (Maximum 25% of the total required number of hours can be claimed per 4-year cycle, i.e.
    • Level 1 – 6 hours;
    • Level 2 – 9 hours;
    • Level 3 – 12 hours)
  • #3 (Under #2, up to 25% can be claimed for preparation, i.e.
    • Level 1 – 1.5 hours;
    • Level 2 – 2 hours;
    • Level 3 – 3 hours)
  • Photocopy of Programme leaflet or letter of verification from host of event

 

3

Serve as coaching committee member in NSAs which are affiliated to the Sports Federation & Olympic Committee of Hong Kong, China

Hours per term

  • #2
  • If the term of service falls within two 4-year cycles, it would be counted once only in the first 4-year cycle

 

  • Letter of verification indicating involvement

 

4

Author of peer-reviewed books/journal articles in non sports-specific areas

Hours per book/journal article

  • #2
  • Maximum 10 hours per book; 5 hours per journal article
  • Book: photocopy of book cover and table of contents
  • Article: photocopy of journal cover and article

 

  • Fractions of CCE Hours, down to a minimum of 15 minutes, may be earned in increments of 0.25 hours, i.e., 15 minutes for 0.25 hours, 30 minutes for 0.5 hours, 45 minutes for 0.75 hours. (Seminars/workshops should last at least 30 minutes or above)
  • The HKCC will have full discretion to adjust the criteria. In case of disputes, the HKCC reserves the final decision.

Remark: If you want to check whether a particular programme is recognised by the HKCC for the ACRS, please fill in the enquiry form and submit with the programme content via email (ceddept@hksi.org.hk) or fax to (2692 1940) for verification.