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EASE CONFERENCE 18 th May 2006. The new Leonardo Project proposal “EQF-Sports” submitted to the European Commission Aurélien Favre - European Observatoire of Sport and Employment (EOSE) -. Meeting Venue Papendal. STRUCTURE OF THE PRESENTATION. Introduction Key goals and outputs

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EASE CONFERENCE

18th May 2006

The new Leonardo Project proposal “EQF-Sports” submitted to the European Commission

Aurélien Favre

- European Observatoire of Sport and Employment (EOSE) -

Meeting Venue

Papendal

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STRUCTURE OF THE PRESENTATION

  • Introduction
  • Key goals and outputs
  • Partnership
  • Practical information

- EASE Conference, 18th May 2006 -

Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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- First Part -

INTRODUCTION

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Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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EUROSEEN

VOCASPORT (2004)

Situation, trends and perspectives of VET in sports sector in EU

Priorities

“Improving flexibility & transparency of VET in Sports Sector in EU”

Short Careers

High mobility workers

Dominant non formal learning

Volunteers recognition of their competences

LEONARDO DA VINCI PROPOSAL

- EASE Conference, 18th May 2006 -

Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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- Second Part -

KEY GOALS AND OUTPUTS

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Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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KEY PROJECT’S GOALS

Development of methodologies and tools (to be tested in sub-sectors) for the implementation of the three following “blocks” of the Copenhagen/EQF process:

1- Common EU references on sport sector activities, sport standard occupations and related competences

2- Transparency and mutual trust between qualification systems, frameworks and authorities active in sport in EU

3- Credit transfer and accumulation including “unitisation” of competences, “modularisation” of training, allocation of credit points + coordinated approach for validation of non formal learning

- EASE Conference, 18th May 2006 -

Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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BLOCK 1 - Outputs

1- Common EU references on sport sector activities, sport standard occupations and related competences

Working Activities: Develop the process for activity mapping, functional map and standard occupations mapping, competence framework and learning outcomes in the sport sector

    • THE EXPECTED OUTPUTS OF THE WORK PACKAGE:
  • European Map of the sports sector and sub-sector activities
  • European Map of sports standard occupations
  • European guide for the design of sports competences/learning outcomes

- EASE Conference, 18th May 2006 -

Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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BLOCK 2 - Outputs

2- Transparency and mutual trust between qualification systems, frameworks and authorities active in sport in EU

Working Activities - Research and report on European and National Qualification systems, procedures and qualifications in the sports sector

      • THE EXPECTED OUTPUTS OF THE WORK PACKAGE:
  • Guide of the European qualifications systems operating in the sports sector
    • Guide on principles and methods to produce/endorse qualifications in the sports sector
    • Guide of the existing qualifications in the sports sector (related to EQF)

- EASE Conference, 18th May 2006 -

Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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BLOCK 3 - Outputs

3- Credit transfer and accumulation including “unitisation” of competences, “modularisation” of training, allocation of credit points + coordinated approach for validation of non formal learning

Working Activities – Coordinate the ECVET method to the sports sector in collaboration with current sub-sectors

THE EXPECTED OUTPUTS OF THE WORK PACKAGE

Guide on principles and methods for the “unitisation/modularisation” of learning outcomes in sports VET

Guide on principles and methods for the loading of credits in sports VET

Guide on principles and methods to establish a Memorandum of Understanding for the comparison of qualifications in the sports sector

- EASE Conference, 18th May 2006 -

Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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- Third Part -

PARTNERSHIP

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Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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PARTNERSHIP

17 European partners

4 European Organisations

12 different countries:

BE, DE, EL, ES, FR, IE, IT, LT, HU, NL, PT, UK

- EASE Conference, 18th May 2006 -

Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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PARTNERSHIP

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Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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- Fourth Part -

PRACTICAL INFORMATION

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Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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PROJECT GENERAL INFORMATION

Promoter

Co-ordinator

  •  Title
    • Building key methodological blocks for the implementation of the Copenhagen/EQF Process in the Sports Sector

EQF-Sports

 Pilot Project – Procedure C

 Key priority and objective:

“To improve the quality of, and access to, continuing vocational training ”

“Developing the quality of VET systems and practices”

- EASE Conference, 18th May 2006 -

Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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TIMELINE

  • Pre-proposal
  • Full proposal
  • Submitted to European

Commission 30/9/05

  • Result - December 05
  • Submitted to European Commission 10/02/06
  • Result - June 06

2 years project from October 2006 to September 2008

- EASE Conference, 18th May 2006 -

Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org

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TO CONTACT US:

EOSE Secretariat/ Mr Aurelien Favre

Castlewood House

77-91, New Oxford Street

London

WC1A 1PX

UK

 Tel: +33 (0) 4 72 43 12 62/ Fax: +44 (0) 20 76 32 2001

e-mail: eosesec@eose.org

For Further Information, Visit our Website:

www.eose.org

- EASE Conference, 18th May 2006 -

Aurelien Favre – www.eose.org