Tag: Keynote

  • The European Dual Career Toolkit launched at STARTING 11 Conference

    The European Dual Career Toolkit launched at STARTING 11 Conference

    A festival of dual career: Delegates from 17 different countries attended the STARTING 11 Conference on 12 May 2022 in the Amsterdam Olympic Stadium, co-hosted by the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences & TW1N. Policy-makers, programme coordinators, sport coaches, researchers, academics, teachers, psychologists, career counsellors, lifestyle advisors, player development managers, and of course athletes: The […]

  • ENOSS Conference 2021 united professionals from 30 countries

    ENOSS Conference 2021 united professionals from 30 countries

    Presenters from 3 continents, participants from 30 different countries: The virtual ENOSS Conference 2021 united the world of sport schools and talent development models. In the COVID-19 crisis, institutions across Europe were asked to come up with new strategies to navigate their systems through wild waters. The ENOSS Conference “Back on Track : New Ways” […]

  • TW1N Keynote at the European Handball Online Summit

    TW1N Keynote at the European Handball Online Summit

    On 27-29 October 2020, the European Handball Federation (EHF) will host the European Handball Online Summit. TW1N is delighted to be among the international speakers. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of initiatives for Grassroots Handball were shut down or not able to proceed. Therefore, the EHF wants to provide the handball community with […]

  • TW1N Keynote at the WHF Conference 2020

    TW1N Keynote at the WHF Conference 2020

    Nations’ and clubs’ representatives from all over Europe met in Vienna, Austria for the WHF Conference for Strengthening the Women’s Handball Network. In a joint approach with the European Handball Federation, TW1N was honoured to present the commonly developed RESPECT YOUR TALENT programme to the international public. The conference provided updates on the European women’s […]

  • Making the next step: A European Network of Sport Schools

    Making the next step: A European Network of Sport Schools

    In the EU, the number of athletes in need of dual career support services adds up to more than 120.000 in every Olympic cycle. Within competitive systems, European sport schools play a crucial role in the development of athletic talent. For this reason, the Schul- und Leistungssportzentrum Berlin (SLZB), the Berlin Senate Department for Education, […]

  • STARTING 11 investigates EU dual career service demands

    STARTING 11 investigates EU dual career service demands

    STARTING 11, designed by the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) and TW1N, is a sport project co-funded by the EU. In a unique constellation, leading European institutions in dual career practice and research unite to create the very first European Dual Career Toolkit to assist EU stakeholders in sport, education and the labour market […]

  • TW1N Keynote in South Africa

    TW1N Keynote in South Africa

    Talent sport has gained a new dynamic in the last decade. The roads young athletes take on their dual career journey are increasingly bumpy and curvy. In this context, diversity, holistic athlete support and the system’s approach to winning are systemic factors which substantially impact the personal pathways of youngsters. This counts for sport schools […]