Bi-annual meeting of the
EUROPEAN NETWORK OF SPORT SCIENCE, EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT
hosted by the University of Rome "Foro Italico", the Italian University for Sport and Movement.
The main goal of the 2015 Forum of the European Network of Sport Science, Education & Employment is to bring together experts from higher education institutions, sport and physical activity trainers, and related specialists and stakeholders, to discuss about a new educational and training approach in sport professions, based on learning outcomes and competencies, targeting trainees at different qualification levels, fostering partnership between education or training providers and the stakeholders, in search of the best match between the needs of the job market and the qualifications offered.
The ENSSEE Forum has been approved as main educational event within the European Week of Sport (EwoS), launched for the first time by the European Commission in this year, from 7 to 13 September 2015.
Main themes include:
- The EU common market and the recognition of sport professions
- The European Qualification Framework within the Sport & Physical Activity sector
- The EC support for international mobility in sport education & training
- The Lifelong Learning Program strategy in sport professions
- Sport and society: time for new sport professions
European Network of Sport Science, Education & Employment
The ENSSEE network provides the ideal meeting place for debating and proposing ideas as well as common initiatives to promote education, training and employment in sport. ENSSEE operates on a political level holding, among others, the Observer status in the EU Expert Group on Human Resources Development in Sport (XG HR) with a special focus on qualifications and employment. ENSSEE aims at encouraging greater European co-operation in relation to research, education, and employment and increasing the mobility and transfer of knowledge of students, teachers, and professionals. ENSSEE actively promotes the convergence of education and training systems for movement and sport-related professions in the European Union.