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April, 2012

VSPORT+ Project – KickOff Tarining Seminar – Budapest (Hungary), 12-13 April 2012

VSPORT+ Project – KickOff Tarining Seminar – Budapest (Hungary), 12-13 April 2012

Aligned with the realities of the sector, European policies and strategic initiatives, EOSE has recently developed a common Lifelong Learning Strategy for the Sport and Active Leisure sector. The ultimate objective being to provide a mechanism which links the worlds of education and employment through the development of Occupational Standards […]

 

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Expert Group on Education & Training in sport: minute of the 1st meeting now available

Expert Group on Education & Training in sport: minute of the 1st meeting now available

The Expert Group “Education and Training in Sport” has two overarching work streams, which are to prepare proposals for European guidelines on dual careers and to initialise a summary on the follow-up to the inclusion of sport related qualifications in National Qualification Frameworks with reference to the European Qualification Framework. […]

 

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EOSE in the Maldives for a National Visit

EOSE in the Maldives for a National Visit

The European Observatoire of Sport and Employment (EOSE) has been contacted by FIDA, a Finnish Development Cooperation Organisation, which is currently working in the Maldives on a Sport Development Programme with the Maldivian Ministry of Human Resources, Youth and Sports. The objective of that programme is mainly to construct youth […]

 

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Publication of the 18th issue of Sport and Citizenship’s journal – Employment in sport

Publication of the 18th issue of Sport and Citizenship’s journal – Employment in sport

The 18th issue of the quarterly Sport and Citizenship journal has just been published and focuses on the thematic “Sport and Employment in Europe”. EOSE was really delighted to collaborate in writing an article around the difficulties to obtain a clear picture of the labour market in the sector in […]

 

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EOSE – European Observatoire of Sport and Employment

A new wave for the sport and active leisure sector

Ensuring the right skills in the right place

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