EOSE lectures & presentation



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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Promoting a constructive dialogue between employment, education and training

  • 11 September 2015
  • Date: 11 September 2015
  • Organisation: ENSSEE - European Network of Sport Science, Education and Employment
  • Event: ENSSEE Forum
  • Where: Rome - Italy
  • Who: Carole Ponchon

The 13th forum of the European Network of Sport Science, Education and Employment took place at the University of Rome, Italy, from 9 to 11 September 2015.

The theme of this forum was “Sport Education and Employment: Innovation throughout Europe and beyond.”

The 2015 forum brought together experts from higher education institutions, sport and physical activity trainers, as well as related specialists and stakeholders to discuss new educational and training approaches in sport professions.

  • Promoting a constructive dialogue between employment, education and training

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Universidad Trentino 2013

A new Alliance between Innovation / Employment / Education / University & Sport

  • 9 December 2013
  • Date: 9 December 2013
  • Organisation: FISU – Fédération Internationale du Sport Universitaire
  • Event: 26th Winter Universiade Trentino 2013
  • Where: Trentino (Italy)
  • Who: Thierry Zintz
  • Scope: University Sport

On 9th December, EOSE President, Thierry Zintz took part as a speaker to the International Conference “University Sport: Inspiring Innovation” organised alongside the Trentino 26th Winter Universiade. It was an opportunity for EOSE to present the context and main challenges of the sport sector and to call for a renewed collaboration between Innovation/Employment, Education/University and Sport.

The conference ended up with the signing of the Universidad 2013 Declaration of Intent meant to be an inspiration for innovation. EOSE is delighted to support the ‘Universidad 2013 Declaration of  Intent’ promoting sport as a development fly-wheel.

  • Thierry Zintz presentation Universidad 2013

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MOVE Congress 2013

Human Capital of new professional and volunteers

  • 17 October 2013
  • Date: 17 October 2013
  • Organisation: ISCA - International Sport and Culture Association
  • Event: MOVE CONGRESS 2013
  • Where: Barcelona (Spain)
  • Who: Thierry Zintz, EOSE President
  • Scope: Sport for All / Grassroots Sport

The 2013 edition of ISCA MOVE Congress was held in Barcelona on16-19 October.

On Thursday 17th of October 2013, the workshop “Human Capital of new professional and volunteers” was an opportunity for speakers, including Jean Camy (Founder of EOSE) and Thierry Zintz (President of EOSE) to emphasise what is at stake when thinking and dealing with the professionalization of the sector and why it is so crucial to invest in the workforce if sport is to fulfil its potential as a contributor to society.

Thierry Zintz made a special focus on volunteering as a key dimension of the sector. He stated that to motivate volunteers, we need to ensure they get the feeling they keep something from their experience; it’s about exchanging invaluable things, but we can together develop and offer them a great formal recognition. He suggested adopting a bottom-up  approach in the context of vocational training. Last but not least he recommended the participants to consider the tremendous opportunity of getting elderly people as volunteers. They indeed have a lot to share and they are willing to! It is great to see inter-generational exchanges and learning via volunteering in sport. This represents actually part of the future of our organisations.

  • Thierry Zintz MOVE Congress Barcelona

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  • 10 March 2013

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Structure and impact of Learning Outcomes, potential of the Lifelong Learning Strategy for sport

  • 27 September 2012
  • Date: 27 September 2012
  • Organisation: EU Expert Group on Education and Training in Sport
  • Commissioned by: European Commission
  • Event: Second meeting of the EU Expert Group on Education and Training in Sport
  • Where: Poznan (Poland)
  • Who: Stephen Studd

The second meeting of the EU Expert Group on Education and Training in Sport was held in Poznan (Poland) on 26-27 September 2012 where EOSE was represented by President Stephen Studd after achieving observer status.

Stephen Studd had the opportunity to present the opening paper at the meeting, introducing the EOSE Lifelong Learning Strategy (7 Steps model) and explaining the structure and impact of Learning Outcomes. He illustrated the talk with concrete examples from the current Golf Stand and VSPORT+ projects (both projects funded by the European Commission through the LLP programme).

  • Stephen Studd XG Education and training Meeting 2

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The European Observatoire of Sport and Employment

  • 21 October 2011
  • Date: 21 October 2011
  • Organisation: Groupement National Profession Sport & Loisirs
  • Event: Rencontres Nationales de l'Emploi Sportif
  • Where: Besançon (France)
  • Who: Mathieu Winand

Mathieu Winand represented EOSE at the 6th edition of the French National Meeting of Employment in Sport (Rencontres Nationales de l’Emploi Sportif).

He presented the work of EOSE at the European conference entitled: “L’emploi sportif et de loisirs, l’animation et le développement de territoires chez nos voisins européens”.

  • Mathieu Winand Rencontres Nationales de l'Emploi Sportif

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