How can we support professional development and labour market mobility in the European Active Leisure Sector? Which qualifications are currently used by the industry? What are the skills, professionals need today and in the next 10 years?
The European Commission and the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) organised the third Cluster Meeting on Erasmus+ Sport on 4 to 5 December 2019 in Brussels. The theme of this meeting was on “The role of sport in education: enhancing skills development and dual careers perspectives”.
Modern societies are characterised by increased demand for progress and innovation. Driven by so called mega trends – digitalisation, globalisation, greening of the economy and demographic change – the European workforce needs to adapt to remain competitive in the globalised world.