Blueprint Project Full Speed Ahead in Year 2

Skills foresight, review of qualifications in use, and the development of international qualifications are only three of a range of activities undertaken by Blueprint’s project consortium. The Erasmus+ funded project is in its second year and up to full speed. Seven organisations supported by two external experts gathered in Leeds, UK to present and discuss[…]

ENSE Supports Move Healthy Project

The importance of physical activity for the health of youngsters is undisputed. And participation in sports clubs and physical education (PE) classes are essential to support this health-enhancing physical activity (HEPA). Therefore, it is important to maintain youngsters in an active sport participation. One main reason for non-participation and drop-out from sports and PE are[…]

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ENSE Joins Two New Projects

Following the results of the latest round of Erasmus+ funding, ENSE is proud to join two new projects funded by the European Commission. These projects address key challenges in the current sports and societal environment while leveraging innovative methods and new technologies to achieve maximum impact. The Social Entrepreneurship Training Program for Athletes (SENTA) project, coordinated[…]

Successful Third Blueprint Meeting held in Cologne

On the week of September 10th, ENSE was proud to host the third meeting of EuropeActive’s Blueprint for Active Leisure project at the German Sports University in Cologne. The project focuses on developing new skills for current and future workers, improving employability of young people, and supporting entrepreneurship and growth across the sector. Concretely, that means mapping[…]