Mrs Mārīte Seile is the Latvian Minister of Education, Science, Youth, Sports. Few days before the...read more
The 16th of February 2015 marked the official opening of the SUCCESS project training, a capacity building...read more
"As Chair of the IOC Athletes Commission, I endorse the mission of EOSE. Indeed “facilitating and supporting the development of the sport and active leisure sector workforce, in bringing education and employment, to ensure people working and volunteering in the sector have the right skills to perform and enable the Sector to fulfil its potential as a social, health and economic driver” is a mission that all responsible in sport should support."
“Sport is increasingly gaining recognition as an issue of economic, social and political importance on the agenda of the European Union. [...] However, challenges still exist in a sector where the potential has not yet been fully determined, in particular when it comes to translating social and educational values into concrete actions. I share the views of experts who believe that the modernisation of the education system in the field of sport should be driven by the demands and needs of the sport and active leisure sector, a growing sector with increasing international dimensions.”
“Qualifications- occupational standards- quality assurance. It is the functioning of these three sectors within the S&L Sector that will ensure a skilled workforce capable to meeting today’s and tomorrow’s labour market forces.”
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