European Members

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EOSE is a membership organisation and the activity of the structure is strongly supported, linked and based on the quality and involvement of the European Network composed of the membership of the organisation.

We could highlight several proven track record of cooperation, collaborations and collective experiences through various projects and activitbecomeamemberies where the whole membership was activated to develop e.g. research and obtain comparable data (qualitative and quantitative) at national and regional level in the areas of employment and VET in the Sport and Active Leisure sector in Europe. To illustrate that point we can take the example of the VOCASPORT project commissioned by the Sport Unit of the European Commission and lead by EOSE in 2004 or more recently the LLL-Sport project.

Please find below the full list of EOSE current members.

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univchester

University of Chester – Sport and Community Engagement

The University of Chester is one of the oldest English higher education establishments of any kind, pre-dating all but Oxford, Cambridge, London and Durham, and its original buildings in the ancient city of Chester were the first in the country to be purpose-built for the professional training of teachers. Education degrees are now just a small part of the 477 course combinations on offer.

The Faculty of Life Sciences supports several research centres including the Centre for Research into Sport and Society and the Departments of Sport and Community Engagement as well as Sport and Exercise Sciences.

The Department of Sport and Community Engagement is a recent addition to the Faculty of Life Sciences and is based at the Warrington Campus. It offers degrees in Sports Coaching, Sport Development as well as Fitness and Health.

University of Stirling School of Sport

University of Stirling – School of Sport

Founded by Royal Charter in 1967, the University of Stirling was the first genuinely new university in Scotland for over 400 years. The University, which is Scotland’s University for Sporting Excellence, a designation by the Scottish Government, is organised for learning, teaching and research into 7 Academic Schools.

The School of Sport is an academic-led integrated school which encompasses sports research, sport education, competitive sport and sports development. Academic activities in the school span physiological and social sciences, management and coaching; all benefitting from state-of-the art sporting and laboratory facilities. Students on our postgraduate programmes have the opportunity to be taught by some of the leading academics in their field.

The School of Sport has a wide range of taught postgraduate programmes including: Performance Coaching, Psychology of Sport, Sport Management, Sports Coaching and Sports Nutrition.

Vierumaki - Sport Institute of Finland

VIERUMAKI – Sport Institute of Finland

  • Finland

Vierumaki, the Sport Institute of Finland is a national coaching and training centre for sports and physical education.

It operates under the Ministry of Education and Culture and is run by Suomen Urheiluopiston Kannatusosakeyhtiö Ltd. Vierumaki develops, produces and markets high-quality coaching, training and education services both nationally and internationally.

The Sport Institute of Finland is also a liberal adult educational institution, which organises vocational and further education, as well as fee-based educational support services.  As liberal adult education provider, the Sport Institute of Finland arranges, among others, versatile and high-quality leisure time sports courses to all age groups, as well as camps and tournaments together with sports clubs. Vierumäki provides also education leading to the Vocational Qualification of Physical Education.

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WOS – Werkgevers Organisatie in de Sport

  • Netherlands

The purpose of the Dutch Employers Organisation for the Sports sector, hereafter referred to as the WOS, is to represent the interests of its members in the broad field of labour relations. The WOS was founded on 8 April 1986 and largely supports organisations of a voluntary nature. The WOS has 7 employees.

Members are typically:

  • rural and regional / provincial sports organisations / sports federations,
  • sports organisations at local level,
  • sports councils at local, provincial and regional level.

The 30,000 sports clubs in the Netherlands are members of a sports federation and in most cases are direct members of the WOS.

Since 2014 the WOS provides the running of the secretariat of EASE. EASE stands for the European Association of Sport Employers.

EOSE – European Observatoire of Sport and Employment

A new wave for the sport and active leisure sector

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