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26.09.2008, 11:26
Congress in Vienna – Methods Commission
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The election at the 9th Ordinary Congress will be an important event for the Methods Commission. Read about the past four years and the comments of Chairman Frantisek Taborsky.
 

Congress in Vienna – Methods Commission

The 9th Ordinary EHF Congress will take place in Vienna on 26-27 September. This will be an electoral congress, which means that all the members of the EHF – committees and commissions – will be elected again.

The Methods Commission has been part of the EHF structure since the foundation of the European Handball Federation in 1992. Back then, there was a Technical Commission dealing with all the technical matters in handball.

Due to the rapid development in handball, the Technical Commission soon split into two new commissions, the Competitions Commission and the Methods Commission. The latter is aimed to deal with all the technical or methodical questions in handball. With general terms, the MC is dealing with all the modules of the Olympic team sport of handball, starting from the grassroots, mini and school handball, including beach, masters, wheelchair handball, as well as competitive handball.

Five members are elected to the Methods Commission: the chairman and four other members with specific functions, such as coaching and methods, education and further training, development and non-competitive handball. The four members are all experts in these fields and keep contact with the experts of the national member federations. This guarantees that the know-how is compiled effectively.

The Methods Commission serves as a service institution that compiles the know-how that exists within the European member federations. A system of EHF lecturers and mentors has been set up right from the beginning. Equally important is the work carried out in various working groups when analysing different matters.

The pillars of the work inside the Methods Commission are the analysis of major competitions, setting up an education concept for referees and delegates and the support of the dialogue between nations in coaching and education questions.

The Methods Commission has been working in order to facilitate the recognition of coaching degrees within the European Union (a major step was the Rinck Convention on this field), initiates the organisation of coaching courses (on youth and top level) and elaborates development aid programmes (Smart Project and Foster Project).

The Methods Commission works closely together with the Education and Development business group of the EHF Office in Vienna. The full-time employees of the EHF carry out the organisation and administration tasks of courses and development projects. With 15 years of experience of MC work, the EHF Competence Academy & Network has been established in 2008. EHF CAN, in its first phase, is an internal network created to optimise education services, analysis and research activities.

The European Handball Federation believes that parallel to the development of handball competitions and top events, it is increasingly important to also pay attention to the technical aspects of the game.

The Chairman of the Methods Commission is Frantisek Taborsky. The Czech handball expert talks about the results of the last four years of the Commission:

“We are looking back to four intensive and fruitful years. The Methods Commission is working in close cooperation with experts, lecturers, mentors and we were able to provide even more and quicker support for the Federations with their help.”

Photos by Leo Hagen (www.hagenpress.com)


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