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STARTING 11 boosts the implementation of dual career services for athletes in the EU.
Our upcoming European Dual Career Toolkit will assist institutions in sport, education and the labour market to transform the dual career concept into effective action.
- National Olympic Committees
- Sport federations
- High performance centres
- Sport academies
- Player unions
- Dual career organisations
- Sport schools
- Further education institutes
- Training institutes for sport coaches
- Job agencies
- Public employers of athletes
- Private employers of athletes
STARTING 11 stimulates national, regional and local dual career delivery in the EU. Our European Dual Career Toolkit will supply a broad set of self-applicable tools covering 3 main service areas of dual career support:
The Manage tools help build the political, theoretical and infrastructural know-how to implement and administrate dual career services as well as to efficiently communicate towards the most relevant dual career stakeholders.
The Train tools help prepare, sensitize and empower athletes by providing them with knowledge, inspiration and skills to successfully pursue their dual careers.
The Counsel tools help professionalize inter-personal counselling services to foster the coping, decision-making and planning ability of athletes in times of fundamental change and transition.
The STARTING 11 Blog offers manifold insights to our project and the world of dual career.
INTERVIEW: DIGITAL SOCIETY SCHOOL AMSTERDAM
STARTING 11 talked to IT experts of the Digital Society School Amsterdam about their role in developing the European Dual Career Toolkit.
FLASH INTERVIEW: PASCAL SCHAUL
STARTING 11 interviewed Pascal Schaul of the Sportlycée Luxembourg about the development phase of the project.
TEST PHASE COMMENCES
For the first time, European stakeholders in education and sport are testing the tools.
3 DAYS DELUXE
Last week, the third project meeting of STARTING 11 took place in the historic city of Luxembourg.
Do you want to know what our tools can do for your institution? Get in touch using the contact form.