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“A new approach on education for sport professions based on learning outcomes which will led to the best possible match between the needs of society, requirements of the job market and qualifications offered has to be set in place. With those efforts we contribute to better employability, which is one of the main concerns of the Commission under President Junker. That is why I warmly welcome all your efforts related to sectoral qualification frameworks or recognition of non-formal and informal education and training in sport professions.”
“First and foremost, I would like to express my appreciation for the job done by EOSE so far. […] Awareness rising and encouragement of the development of knowledge, skills and competences among staff and volunteers, cooperation in standard rising in the education of trainers and coaches as well as volunteers by facilitating the exchange of information and experience between policy-makers and sport stakeholders would be the steps to promote a successful workforce development.”
“The interest of government and stakeholders towards Labour Market Information and skills development can be initiated through some momentum. In Lithuania, this momentum was created via the VOCASPORT study in 2003-2004. This may seems long ago but the interest was further exploited then through National study and I am grateful for the continuous opportunity provided by EOSE to keep the debate alive”.
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