Tag: Sportlycée Luxembourg

  • 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” […]

  • STARTING 11 Conference in the Amsterdam Olympic Stadium

    STARTING 11 Conference in the Amsterdam Olympic Stadium

    We are delighted to announce that the STARTING 11 Conference will take place on 19 November 2021 in the historic Amsterdam Olympic Stadium, site of the Olympic Games 1928. Get to know the value of the European Dual Career Toolkit first-hand. Attend free workshops delivered by acknowledged dual career experts. Network with like-minded professionals from across […]

  • 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 […]

  • Shaping sport-school environments in Luxembourg

    Shaping sport-school environments in Luxembourg

    Fueled by its EU Presidency which put Dual Careers on its sport agenda, Luxembourg has made impressive steps forward in their structural development of athlete support services. Since 2016, TW1N Founder & CEO Wolfgang Stockinger serves as an external consultant of this national implementation process. As a most important puzzle piece of the Luxembourgish dual […]

  • Introducing STARTING 11

    Introducing STARTING 11

    Dual career programmes depend on the quality of implementation at professional levels close to the athlete. However, in 2017, more than one third of the EU member states self-rated their status and development of support arrangements as negative. To tackle this problem, the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) and TW1N have co-designed the Erasmus+ […]