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S2A Sport Mobility

  • Promoter: EOSE
  • Duration: 18 months (from January 1st 2020 until June 30th 2021)
  • Partnership: 8 partners from 8 different countries
  • EU programme: Call for proposals “Exchanges and mobility in Sport” (EC)
  • Scope: Learning Mobility; Sport Administration

ENHANCING THE SKILLS OF SPORT ADMINISTRATORS THROUGH INTERNATIONAL LEARNING MOBILITY

Funded under a call for proposals released by the European Commission implementing a Preparatory Action known as “exchanges and mobility in sport”.

The S2A Sport Mobility initiative will provide 40 selected participants from within the European Union and from non-EU countries in the Western Balkans (Albania, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia) an opportunity to take part in learning mobility through a fit-for-purpose transnational training programme (3 modules of 1-week duration each), supplemented by a tailor-made national study visit abroad.

The focus will be on “sport administrators” working in paid and voluntary middle management roles and implementing a variety of tasks to ensure the effective running of a sport organisation in accordance with its purpose and direction.

The initiative is a follow up to the successful S2A-Sport project which implemented the lifelong learning strategy for sport (7 Step Model) and developed occupational standards and pilot training for sport administrators, concluding in 2018 (see www.s2a-sport.eu)

Participants on the programme will enhance their skills, strengthen their future employability and personal development, enlarge their network, and contribute to capacity building of their organisations

S2A Sport Mobility is coordinated by EOSE and the partnership gathers four national partners from Western Balkan countries, two universities from within the European Union and two European Network Organisations.

The overall aims of the project are to:

  • Reduce the gap between current and required skills of sport administrators
  • Create conditions to increase uptake of learning mobility
  • Invest in human capital and contribute to capacity building of sport organisations
  • Promote the international dimension of sport and encourage transregional cooperation
  • Enhance physical activity and health outcomes through effective sport administrators
EOSE – European Observatoire of Sport and Employment

A new wave for the sport and active leisure sector

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