European Funded projects

WORKING TOWARDS THE DEVELOPMENT
AND RECOGNITION OF THE SECTOR

Since its creation EOSE has been involved in 25 EU funded projects whether as a promoter or as a partner.

Here below you can find out more about EOSE’s EU-funded projects.

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VOCASPORT – Vocational Education and Training related to Sports in Europe: Situation, Trends and Perpectives

  • Promoter: Consortium: EOSE - ENSSEE - EZUS Lyon
  • EOSE role: Bid development, Project management, Definition & Implementation of the research methodology, Involvement of EOSE network of experts, Analysis of the data collected, Development of a European Report
  • Duration: 7 months (01/01/2004 to 31/07/2004)
  • Partnership: Correspondents from the 25 EU Countries
  • EU programme: DG Education and Culture
  • Scope: Sport and Active Leisure sector in Europe

VOCASPORT was a project focusing on the relation between vocational training and employment in sports and across Europe.

In the increasingly complex, global and competitive European sport industry, efficient and well-structured educational training practices and programmes are a fundamental source for competitive advantage and the development of the sector. The vision of VOCASPORT was to understand the trends and the gaps of current vocational training practices in the sport sector in the 25 EU and candidate countries, to analyse their relations with broader national policies and especially to test the degree of implementation of the EU principles set in the “Copenhagen Declaration” at the national sectoral level.
The main objectives of the VOCASPORT project were to:

  • Provide an update on the state and size of the European Labour Market in sport and sport related sectors;
  • Report on the situation of Vocational Education and Training (VET) in sport and sport related sectors in the E.U. and E.U. candidates countries;
  • Identify possible European common trends, especially with reference to the implementation of the Copenhagen Declaration at the national level;
  • Evaluate the compatibility and impact of Vocational Education and Training on the Sport Labour Market and Job Creation at the national and European level;
  • Identify national or European wide gaps between education and training on one side and needs of the sector;
  • Formulate guidelines and applicable recommendations for the further improvement of Vocational Education and Training in the Sport Sector within a clear European Perspective.

 

Products and results developed through the project are as follow:

  • 25 National reports and a global executive summary including  detailed analysis and state of the art of the national systems of Vocational Education and Training in Sport;
  • Updated statistics on the sport labour market in 25 countries;
  • Overview of the national vocational training programmes and providers in Sport Vocational Education and Training;
  • A set of guidelines and recommendations debated with the various stakeholders;
  • A set of Web resources and databases on Vocational Education and Training in Sport;

A main European event (Paris, 28-29 May 2004) with the participation of more than 100 experts from all the countries involved in the project.

  • Vocasport Rapport Final (FR)

  • Vocasport Final Report (EN)

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EUROSEEN – European Observatoire for Sport Education and Employment Network

  • Promoter: SPRITO Directions
  • Duration: 24 months (01/10/2003 to 30/09/2005)
  • Partnership: 11 partners from 7 different EU Countries
  • EU programme: Leonardo da Vinci Programme
  • Scope: Sport and Active leisure sector

The objectives of EUROSEEN were to target, build and develop a network of key research organisations across European countries (EOSE), all of whom have an interest in developing research related to standards, materials and methods in education and training for the Sports and Active leisure industries. This project supported the Social Dialogue Network in the Sports Sector to map the Sport and Active Leisure Market of Europe. It carried out research in three major areas which were the size and scope of the enterprises in the Labour Market, the size and scope of occupations within the labour market and the relationship with the training provision serving both facets of the Sport and Active Leisure Sector which were interrogated by identifying skills gaps and shortages. The results were published in a Workforce Plan.

The main activities were as follows:

  • To carry out desk researches and surveys to identify the data relevant to the key areas above.
  • To develop a dedicated website for the project.
  • To develop a guide and operational manual for organisations wishing to become Observatoires in Sport and Active Leisure.
  • Which promoted:
    - an understanding of enterprises in Sport and Active Leisure.
    - an understanding of occupations in Sport and Active Leisure.
    - an understanding of training provision aimed at Sport and Active Leisure.

To develop a sector workforce development plan for Europe.

Testimonials

“The International Tennis Federation is very pleased of its co-operation with EOSE. The research [conducted] provides extremely valuable information in the development of the Tennis Sector at European level.
The methodological and conceptual approach of this study on the workforce development plan for the European Tennis Sector is based on multiple investigation techniques, which include both qualitative and quantitative approaches. The research, by involving all the organisations related to the tennis industry, helps to build reliable knowledge capable of understanding the increasingly complexity of the tennis sector in Europe and the wide range of factors that influence it.”
Miguel Crespo, PhD. / Development Research Officer / International Tennis Federation

  • EUROSEEN Introduction WDP in the Sport Sector

  • EUROSEEN European Tennis Workforce Development Plan

  • EUROSEEN European Fitness Workforce Development Plan

  • EOSE Leaflet (FR)

  • EOSE Leaflet (EN)

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AEHESIS – Aligning a European Higher Education Structure in Sport Science

  • Promoter: ENSSEE
  • EOSE role: Support and dissemination
  • Duration: 48 months (01/10/2003 to 30/09/2007)
  • Partnership: 86 partners from 29 different European countries (Organisations, Academic Institutions and Training Organisation)
  • EU programme: Erasmus Programme
  • Scope: Sport and Active Leisure sector

The idea to create the sport related Thematic Network Project AEHESIS “Aligning a European Higher Educational Structure In Sport Science’” was developed in 2002. One year later in autumn, the Socrates Programme of the European Commission started funding the four year project (2003 – 2007).
In this regard the AEHESIS Project especially paid attention to the Bologna Process as well as to the methodologies and results of the Tuning Project implemented by the European Commission. The project was co-ordinated by the Institute of European Sport Development & Leisure Studies at the German Sport University Cologne on behalf of the European Network of Sport Science, Education and Employment (ENSSEE).

The main activities of the AEHESIS project were to map all sport science programmes in the four designated sport science areas (Sport Management, Physical Education, Health & Fitness and Sport Coaching) provided by Higher Education Institutes in Europe, to draw up a general overview of the implementation of the Bologna process within those programmes and to compile a report on all research findings.

  • AEHESIS Report 1st YEAR

  • AEHESIS ReportSummary

  • AEHESIS Report 2nd YEAR

  • AEHESIS Report 3rd YEAR

  • AEHESIS ExecutiveSummary Physical Education

  • AEHESIS ExecutiveSummary Coaching

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BSDSS – Building the Social Dialogue in the Sport Sector

  • Promoter: The European Association of Sport Employers (EASE)
  • Duration: 12 months (01/09/2003 to 31/08/2004)
  • Partnership: 12 partners (Social Partners and EU Networks)
  • EU programme: Directorate General Employment, Call for proposal VS/2003/003-DGEMPL/D/2-S
  • Scope: Sport and Active leisure sector

As a consequence of the former project ‘Preparing for a Social Dialogue in the Sport Sector’, supported by the European Commission (VS/2001/0707) it was crucial to provide to all actors of the social dialogue in the sport sector in European countries an answer to the needs corresponding to the level of development of the social dialogue in their countries.
The general purpose of the BSDSS project was to implement the social dialogue in the sport sector in Europe.

It was done through 3 kind of initiatives:

  • Regular and interactive information about the social actors and the social dialogue in the sport sector in all the European countries;
  • Research/support to the key countries where the social dialogue has started but not covered the whole sport sector;
  • Implementation of a European social dialogue with the participation of the established European social partner’s organisations and the recognised national social partners in the sport sector.

The main operational objectives of the project were:

  • Promote the social dialogue in all European countries: Develop and strengthen national social actors through European information (with a particular emphasize in the following EU countries: PT, LU, FI, AT, IE, DK and in the applicant countries);
  • Research opportunities to strengthen national social dialogue through European support with a special attention to the following countries: UK, IT, DE, ES and BE.
  • Support social dialogue at the European level
  • Strengthen the European social partners (EASE, Uni-Europa) and increase their representativeness.
  • Start a European social dialogue in the sport sector based on the contribution of established national Social Partners (in SE, NL and FR) and with the participation of the targeted countries (UK, IT, DE, ES and BE).
  • BSDSS Final Report

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