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  • 1. ELF KICK OFF MEETING Main challenges and future perspectives for the Sport and Active Leisure Sector in Europe towards VET Simone Digennaro – Research Committee (EOSE Representative) Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
  • 2.
    • Presenting EOSE
    • What EOSE is trying to do, and why
    • The Implications of the EQF for Sport
    • Introducing the Sector Approach and the EOSE Methodology
    INTRODUCTION Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
  • 3. Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org BACKGROUND
    • The European Observatoire of Sport and Employment (EOSE)
    • Created in 1994 as part of the European Network for Sport Science Education and Employment (ENSSEE)
    • 2002: registration in France as a not for profit association
    • Head Office in Lyon (France)
    PRESENTING EOSE
  • 4. Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org BACKGROUND PRESENTING EOSE
  • 5. Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org MISSION & OBJECTIVES
    • S cope = the whole Sport and Active Leisure sector
    • Goals
      • to serve as a strategic facilitator to support the development of the sector (employment, standards, VET etc)
      • to promote a dialogue and a strong link between employment, education and training at the national and EU level
      • to develop a strong network and ensure that the sector can present itself at the EU level
      • to have a better understanding of the real needs of the labour market and also the changes affecting that market.
    PRESENTING EOSE
  • 6. Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org ACTIVITIES & EXPERTISE
    • To undertake comparative and qualitative studies , research methodologies and analyse the Labour Market of the sector in EU.
    • To provide expert guidance , common tools and mechanisms for the establishment of new Observatoires across EU.
    • To ensure the development of a competent workforce with the right skills in the Sport and Active Leisure sector in EU.
    • To take the major opportunity created by the EQF to coordinate qualification & training for VET and HE through the development, dissemination and implementation of a common methodology for Occupational and Training Standards ( Lifelong Learning Strategy ).
    PRESENTING EOSE
  • 7. EOSE MAIN ACTIVITIES AND EXPERTISE Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGIES OCCUPATIONAL STANDARDS PROJECTS DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT
  • 8. MAIN EU PROJECTS 2003-2010 Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org Year Promotor Title of the project / network Website 2003 EOSE VOCASPORT www.eose.org 2003 EASE Building the Social Dialogue in the Sport Sector (BSDSS) www.easesport.org 2003 SPRITO European Observatory for Sport Education and Employers Network (EUROSEEN) www.eose.org 2003 SPRITO EUROFIT www.eose.org 2003 ENSSEE Aligning a European Higher Education Structure in Sport Science (AEHESIS) www.enssee.de 2006 SkillsActive ECVET-Fitness www.skillsactive.com 2006 EASE RBT Social Dialogue www.easesport.org 2006 SkillsActive European Qualification Framework for Outdoor Animators (EQFOA) www.eqfoa.eu 2007 EOSE Implementing European Qualification Framework in the Sport Sector (EQF-Sport) www.eose.org 2007 EOSE EU Association 2007 www.eose.org 2008 CYQ European Accreditation - Fitness (EA-Fitness) www.ehfa.eu 2008 SkillsActive Professionalising training and mobility for Outdoor animators in Europe (CLO2) www.clo-2.eu 2008 EOSE EU Association Framework 2008-2010 www.eose.org 2009 KEA Study on sports agents in the EU www.eose.org 2010 EHFA Becoming the Hub: The Health & Fitness Sector and the future of HEPA www.ehfa.eu 2010 Boson Dual Career for young athletes in Europe – DC SPORT - 2010 EOSE Sport for people with a disability (All for Sport for All) www.eose.org 2010 EOSE LLL Sport - “Actions towards the Lifelong Learning Strategy for Sport” www.eose.org 2010 SkillsActive European Occupational Standards for Golf – Golf Stand www.skillsactive.com
  • 9. OBJECTIVES OF THE SECTOR APPROACH Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
    • Improve the recognition of competences & qualifications;
    • Promote a transparent and flexible education and training system with clear learning and career pathways;
    • Ensure the development of a competent workforce with the right skills and competences in line with the expectation of the labour market;
    • Facilitate the movement between education and employment;
    • Develop mobility, transparency and mutual trust of qualifications.
  • 10. THE SPORT & ACTIVE LEISURE SECTOR Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
  • 11.
    • The economic and employment potential of Sport is not recognised/understood
    • Sport can be fragmented (by sports, by sub-sectors e.g. commercial / volunteer / public) – poor communication and co-operation
    • Sport training (in most states) sits outside the national qualification structure for most countries;
    • Education and employment are not well connected
    Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org THE OBJECTIVE IS CHANGE
  • 12. SECTOR APPROACH TO EQF Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org EDUCATION & TRAINING National Qualifications HE VET EMPLOYMENT Jobs / Occupations EQF (8 Levels) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
  • 13. Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org UK QCF confirmed mapping to EQF IMPLICATIONS AND CHALLENGES FOR SPORT
  • 14. EQF: BENEFITS FOR EMPLOYERS & INDIVIDUALS
    • For Employers, the EQF will:
    • Make it easier to interpret the qualifications of foreign applicants
    • Support labour market mobility in EU by simplifying comparisons between qualifications and enabling a better match between supply and demand for knowledge, skills & competences.
    • For Individuals, the EQF will:
    • Make it easier to describe their broad level of competence to recruiters in other countries
    • Make it simpler to read across from one qualification system to another, e.g. when looking for further education and training opportunities
    Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
  • 15. IMPLICATIONS AND CHALLENGES FOR SPORT
    • Sport qualifications are often not on the National Qualifications Framework
    • Once Sport qualifications are on the NQF they are referenced to the EQF via the country mapping, individual NQF qualifications are not mapped to the EQF
    • The link between national and international federations
    • Qualifications frameworks make it easier to link sport to wider issues – social, health
    • The need to match qualifications to occupational standards – level of qualification does not automatically mean competence at that level
    Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
  • 16.
    • The key is to use the EQF to ensure qualifications prepare people for work as defined by standards
    • In fitness this is happening with European Standards given a EQF level and qualifications , at different levels, being aligned with these standards to produce competent workers who are transferable across Europe
    IMPLICATIONS AND CHALLENGES FOR SPORT Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
  • 17. WHAT NEXT? WE HAVE THE TECHNOLOGY! Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
  • 18. THE LLL-SPORT PROJECT “Action towards the Lifelong Learning Strategy for the Sport and Active Leisure sector” Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
  • 19. OBJECTIVES AND NEXT STEPS
    • Disseminate and present the 7 steps LLL Strategy to main stakeholders of the sector at EU, National, Regional and Local levels
    • Encourage transfer and implementation of the innovative methodology into national systems
    • Help national and local stakeholders to align with EQF
    • Introduce changes into national VET systems
    • Encourage sub-sectors to use the same strategy to develop occupational standards
    Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
  • 20. THE LLL SPORT PROJECT Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
    • Funding
      • Call: Support for EU cooperation in Education & Training
      • Part A - Raising national awareness of lifelong learning strategies and of European cooperation in education and training (LLP – EACEA/07/09)
    • Collaborators
      • EOSE Mono-beneficiary application focusing on 9 EU countries
    • Time line
      • Start of the project: 01 March 2010
      • End of the project: 28 February 2011
  • 21. STRUCTURE OF THE PROJECT 9 Ambassadors Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org Country Organisation Belgium CMOS - Chaire en Management des Organisations Sportives France CAFEMAS - Centre d’Analyse des Formations, de l'Emploi et des Métiers de l'Animation et du Sport Hungary HUPE - Hungarian University of Physical Education Italy CONI / OPOS - Italian Observatoire of Sport Employment Lithuania LAPE - Lithuanian Academy of Physical Education Malta KMS - Malta Sport Council Portugal IDP - Sport Institute of Portugal Slovenia Ministry of Education and Sport UK SkillsActive
  • 22. EXPECTED OUTCOMES FROM EACH AMBASSADOR
    • A Detailed National Action Plan
    • A National Activity Report (Summary) in English, detailing all activities carried out.
    • A National Detailed Report in English describing the current situation and the future challenges on the implementation of the strategy.
    • A Map of Stakeholders to highlight the national system and influences, the role and responsibilities of each main organisation having an active role in the implementation of the LLL strategy
    Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
  • 23. Italy Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
  • 24. VALORISATION MATERIAL AVAILABLE
    • Executive Summary
      • Hardcopies in EN
      • Electronic in FR/HU/NL/IT/PT/LT/MT/SL
    • Flyer
      • EN / FR / HU / NL / IT / PT / LT / MT / SL
    • Webpage
    Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org
  • 25. Simone Digennaro [email_address] EOSE SECRETARIAT 1, Grande rue des Feuillants 69001 Lyon France Mail: [email_address] / Tel.: +33 (0) 437 431 939 Web: www.eose.org Roma, February 2010 – EOSE www.eose.org