Tag: The European Dual Career Toolkit

  • 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 […]

  • A Festival of Dual Career – Register now!

    A Festival of Dual Career – Register now!

    12 May 2022 at the Amsterdam Olympic Stadium: Registration for the STARTING 11 Conference, co-hosted by the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences & TW1N, has opened this week.  Taking place at one of the most iconic buildings in European sport, the STARTING 11 Conference 2022 will introduce an innovative format by being organised like a […]

  • TW1N speaks at the European Sport Platform 2021

    TW1N speaks at the European Sport Platform 2021

    On 21-23 October 2021, the 4th ENGSO European Sport Platform was held in Vilnius, Lithuania. TW1N Founder & CEO Wolfgang Stockinger was invited to speak about “Dual career support in practice”.  Hosted by the Lithuanian Sports University and Lithuanian Union of Sports Federations, and organised in partnership with the European Lotteries (EL), European Association for […]

  • Postponement of the STARTING 11 Conference

    Postponement of the STARTING 11 Conference

    Recent pandemic-related developments and predictions in many European countries and, linked, the institutional travel regulations of stakeholders in dual career have led to the postponement of the STARTING 11 Conference. STARTING 11 strives for maximum impact and legacy. Correspondingly, our conference originally planned for 19 November at the Amsterdam Olympic Stadium does not only aim […]

  • 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 initiates test phase

    STARTING 11 initiates test phase

    [vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The EU project STARTING 11 powered by TW1N has reached a crucial step in its development: For the first time, its European Dual Career Toolkit will be put to the test by a manifold group of international dual career stakeholders. Built by interdiscliplinary teams of European dual career experts, the European Dual Career Toolkit […]

  • Tools for dual career counsellors

    Tools for dual career counsellors

    The dual career-related counselling of athletes in the EU is delivered by a variety of practitioners. In the EU survey of STARTING 11, European dual career stakeholders expressed a strong request for their upskilling. Consequently, in the upcoming European Dual Career Toolkit, STARTING 11 will build tools for the service area of “Counsel”. This area […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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+ […]