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In this section you will discover some of lectures and presentations given over the years in Europe and throughout the world by EOSE team.

Indeed  in EOSE we believe that knowledge sharing is the easiest way to get to know each other and help the sector gain its momentum. Note that few documents are protected by passwords & therefore available only for Members. Of course, for visitors without any password all public files are consultable and available for download.

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New European Sector Labour Market Classifications as a common reference for activities and occupations with Occupational Map and descriptions

  • 16 December 2008
  • Date: 16 December 2008
  • Organisation: EOSE
  • Event: Joint European Conference - “A common approach from the Sport and Active Leisure Sector to the tools of workforce development and worker mobility"
  • Where: Brussels (Belgium)
  • Who: Cristina Matos Almeida

EOSE and EQF-Sport Project‘s joint European Conference entitled “A common approach from the Sport and Active Leisure Sector to the tools of workforce development and worker mobility” was organised in Brussels on 15/16 December 2008 and gathered more than 60 participants from 18 different EU countries.

The presentation provides special attention on the NEARS & NEORS tools.

  • Cristina Almeida Joint Conf 2008 NEARS NEORS

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Protected: Guide to developing and using a functional map in support of a sector competence structure within the EQF

  • 16 December 2008

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