EOSE PROJECTS AND ACTIVITIES
AT A GLANCE
EOSE and EOSE Services are meant to work with and on behalf its members and partners, in their mission to promote and support the development of the paid and unpaid workforce that are essential to the future success of the sector.
EOSE seeks to position itself and its members at the centre of Vocational Education and Training (VET) policy develops in Europe and to be seen as an expert organisation recognised as such by the European Commission. Indeed, EOSE has a track record of leading and delivering European funded projects and international activities which draw on the expertise of its members and staff. We can be developper and promoter of a project or an expert partner in charge of specific package.
In this section of our website, you will find out more about the projects and activities we had been running in the past as well as the one we are currently working on.
“Sport is increasingly gaining recognition as an issue of economic, social and political importance on the agenda of the European Union. This reflects, in particular, the new evidence delivered by EU studies and the first results of transnational projects in this field. In these projects, organisations such as EOSE have played an important role.
However, challenges still exist in a sector where the potential has not yet been fully determined, in particular when it comes to translating social and educational values into concrete actions. I share the views of experts who believe that the modernisation of the education system in the field of sport should be driven by the demands and needs of the sport and active leisure sector, a growing sector with increasing international dimensions.”
Androulla Vassiliou, Former EU Commissioner for European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth & Sport
“The political and economical changes that took part in Bulgaria over the past quarter century dramatically affected the sport sector and its traditions. But along with these changes come exciting opportunities for outdoors, adventure, health, wellness, and fitness professionals, including new career paths in the professional domain of sports coaching. The EOSE working seminar organized in Sofia at the National Sports Academy (3rd of November 2015) offered a floor for experience and problems sharing; fruitful discussions and contacts exchange among representatives of sport federations, governmental institutions, education and training providers and employers. Common points of interest were matched between the sport and tourism sectors. All participants were convinced for the benefits and supportive for the establishment of Sport sector skills council at national and European levels.”
Stefka Djobova, Assistant professor at the National Sports Academy, Sofia, Bulgaria