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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 provide tools in 4 areas of service:
Management focuses on promoting the political, theoretical and infrastructural know-how to implement and administrate dual career services.
Framework targets programmes at a school and higher education level to contribute to conditions in which dual careers can successfully be realized.
Dual career counselling aims at inter-personal counselling services to foster the coping, decision-making and planning ability of an athlete within times of fundamental change and transition.
Communication caters to the identification of and efficient communication towards the most relevant dual career stakeholders.
The STARTING 11 Blog offers manifold insights to our project and the world of dual career.
3 DAYS DELUXE
Last week, the third project meeting of STARTING 11 took place in the historic city of Luxembourg.
A PEEK ON DUAL CAREER COUNSELLING
Dual career counselling will be taking an important role in our upcoming European Dual Career Toolkit. Read more about this service area.
The research phase of STARTING 11 was marked by the analysis of the specific EU dual career service demand. These are the official results.
PROJECT MEETING 2
The second project meeting of STARTING 11 was held on the beautiful island of Malta.
Do you want to know what our tools can do for your institution? Get in touch using the contact form.