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Final Event of the Project

immagine sito II29 September 2017 Final Event of the Project

Movement  Valorize Europe. New Competence for Trainer

Spazio Europa, the European Public Space (EPS) in Rome, is managed jointly by the European Parliament Information Office in Italy and the European Commission Representation in Italy at  IV Novembre st. 149, Rome.

“Strategic role of sports professional profiles”

Methodologies, contents, and learnings to implement the social-pedagogic competences in the national training systems.

Presentation of project results:

  • Presentation of the research achieved;
  • Presentation of Competence Learning Unit;
  • Presentation of Operational and Methodological Guide of the Model developed;
  • The National Training Systems and the impact of the project MOVE;
  • Relevant aspects of the tests carried out (of the training module).

Attachments: Poster, slides of the speakers, Last Move publication, photos.


Strategic competences for sport technician/trainer,


29th september at 9.30 Learning Units for competences and the guidelines for trainers will be presented

LOGO MOVEThe 29th September at 9.30 at Spazio Europa, managed by Information Office in Italy of European Parliament and European Commission’s Representation in Italy, at Via IV Novembre 149 in Rome, will take place the final event of the MOVE project Movement Valorize Europe: New Competence for Trainer and the submission of final outputs of the project: Learning Units for competences and the guidelines for trainers.

Move is co-financed project by European Union in Erasmus+ strategic partnerships, implemented by “Centro Sportivo Educativo Nazionale” (CSEN), University of Roma Tre – Higher Education department, People srl Projects and induction for the Empowerment, National Sports Academy in Bulgaria, University of Sports Science in Poland, Sports Association Promitheas in Greece.

from 27 to 30 September 2017 - Rome meets Europe

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From 27th to 30 September 2017 Rome meets with Europe

On September 29th, in the frame of the event “Rome meets with Europe” the results of “MOVE” and “INTEGRATED FOOTBALL”, two European projects both managed by C.S.E.N. in partnership with 7 European organizations, will be presented at Spazio Europa- European Public Space in via IV Novembre, n° 149 in Rome.
We expect an enriching day full of contents and cues for reflections for all of those who study and/or work in the fields of sports promotion and social promotion.

In the morning, the conclusive event of the MOVE project will be held with a seminar on the new and updated competences needed by those who work with sports activities in the social field. The seminar will show the results of a European survey carried out in cooperation with University Roma Tre, Akademicki Zwiazek Sportowy Zarzad Glowny of Poland, National Sport Academy of Bulgaria and A.S.P. Promitheas of Greece.

In the afternoon, there will be the conclusive event of the INTEGRATED FOOTBALL project. On this occasion, the European Network of Integrated Sport - whose members comprise organizations from Bulgaria, Germany, Portugal, Slovakia, Lithuania and Italy- will be officially presented.

The event will take place from 9.30 am to 1.00 pm and from 3.00 pm to 6 pm; during the lunch break the organization will offer a lunch buffet.

Participation is free and subject to availability and registration. To register, please write to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">





The “MOVE CLU MODEL” aims at presenting the general guidelines orienting the training model in the ProjectMOVE –“MOvement Valorize Europe project context. New Competence for trainers”. It intends to contribute to the reaching of the project results, with special reference to the second intellectual output: O2 TRAINING MATERIALS, in the different countries.

The Competency-based Learning Unit is a methodological guide conceived to make training and updating easier for different systems and companies’ staff in the engagement of people who practice sport. In fact, sport - in particular, non-professional sport for all - puts into motion energies, time, professional competences as well as transversal and strategic competences, which often go beyond the "simple" educational level, beyond the capacity of improving the physical form or the sports techniques.

Attachments::  Competence Learning Unit (CLU)

4° Multiplier Event, Rome

25 May 2017 4° Multiplier Event, Rome

Dissemination and exploitation of the Project Move activities at the University Foro Italico in Roma, where the next sports technician and directors will be trained.
The organization and the advertising of the event it has the purpose to inform on the researches carried out on 900 people sport technicians and sports directors in the four Countries partners of the project. To update the work that we are doing and to underline what new transversal competences are requested to the professionals of the grassroots sport area, to answer both to the new social needs and to the role that is given to the sport by the Europe in the planning 2014 -2020.

Attachments: Poster, Photos, Slides.

3° Multiplier Event, Patrasso, Greece.

17 May 2017 3° Multiplier Event, Patrasso, Greece

It’s the occasion to raise awareness of the project in capillary way to the territory and the interested stakeholders. Presentation of the two researches carried out, presentation of the tests of the elaborate training module.

Attachments: Poster and certificate of attendance

Move Competences for activation

8 May 2017 Second General Report from National Research on the Project: Move Competences for activation

Report from National Research on the Project whit 600 questionnaires will be collected: approximately 300 will be submitted to people who play sport and 300 to people who do not play sport. To identify and involve the second target group, the partners will liaise with the reference local network (social services, volunteering organizations, schools, families, single citizens).

Attachment: Report from National Research

29 – 30 March 2017 3° Project Meeting, Sofia, Bulgaria

Sofia29 – 30 March in Sofia took place the 3° Project Meeting of MOVE Project.
The two days of work have had as objective to confront in plenary on the Report of data analysis of the national researches of the Countries partners on what needs and motivations that making people to play sport with regularity or people who don’t play sport.
The second focus of the meeting has been the confrontation on the draft elaborated by the University Rome 3 related to the elaboration of the training model and how to organize the tests of the module in the different national contexts.

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Second Press Release PROJECT MOVE: entering a new phase

Press Release  iconThe European project “Move” has entered the second phase. The transnational survey aiming at identifying the social demand for sport was embarked on a few days ago, the target people are the young (18-29 years) and the elderly (over 55). 600 questionnaires will be submitted in the Partner countries - Italy, Poland, Greece and Bulgaria - for the purpose of this research, which involves sportspeople and people who do not do sport activity.

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Photo - 10 June 2016, Poland: 1stMultiplier Event

October 2016: Start-up of the 2nd Survey

The questionnaire is designed with the aim to collect data concerning what needs encourage people to practise or prevent them from practicing sport activity on a regular basis.
The questionnaire is to be finalized during the 2nd transnational meeting and will be submitted to 600 people – athletes and non-athletes, the two main categories of project beneficiaries, the young and the elderly.
Out of 600 questionnaires, 200 will be the result of the research conducted in Italy, 200 of the research conducted in Poland, 100 in Bulgaria and 100 in Greece. The sample used by the research will be those who practise and those who do not practise sport, and the questionnaire can either be filled in on line through the Move platform, or directly submitted.
Like in the previous Research, a guide will be elaborated, so as to allow all partners to collect data in a homogeneous manner for the purpose of study and data analysis.
The analysis of the collected data will be used to elaborate the first draft training unit for sport managers and operators, the key goal of the project.


28-29 September 2016: 2nd International Meeting

On 28 and 29 September 2016 in Gdansk, Poland, the 2nd transnational meeting of the Move project partners is held. The two-day meeting focuses on finalising the definition of the research to be carried out during the following months, October, November and December 2016. The survey, on which all partners’ commitment will be dedicated with remarks and in-depth analysis during the two-day meeting, is the 2nd output foreseen by the project: It intends to analyse the motivations that lead people to practice sport and the motivations behind the choice of practising no sport at all. In brief, the intention is to examine what needs motivate and demotivate people to practice sport activities. Like in the previous research, a guide will be elaborated to allow all partners to collect data in a homogeneous way for the purpose of study and data analysis.

First General Report from National Research on the Project

First General Report from National Research on the Project:
MOVE. Movement Valorize Europe
"New Competences for Trainers"
Project n° 2015-1-IT01-KA202-004704

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use, which may be made of the information contained therein.

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24 June 2016, Bulgaria: 2ndMultiplier Event

On 24 June 2016 at "NSA VassilLevski" Studentski grad”, Sofia, the second multiplier event of the project was held. An event of dissemination and diffusion to give more visibility to the project, particularly relevant for Bulgaria who is called to elaborate the Comparative Report, the result of the analysis and study of the data emerged from national research, carried out in each partner country. The paper is the first output of the project: Competences For Activation.

In attachment:
Report of the event


Photo 24 June 2016, Bulgaria: 2ndMultiplier Event

10 June 2016, Poland: 1stMultiplier Events

On 10.06.2016 at AkademickiZwiazekSportowy, Warsaw the first multiplier event of the project took place, in which Local Administrators, Sport Managers and Sport Coaches were invited to take part. During the event, the project was outlined and discussed with the aim to receive useful feedback on sport managers and technicians’ training needs, as well as on the political strategies implemented and to be implemented in the near future, so as to contribute to enhancing sport in social processes of inclusion and participation of all people.

In attachment:
Report of the event
Promotional material


First Press Release MOVE Project

Press Release  iconThe MOVE project intends to take up the challenge launched by European policies with the new 2014-2020 programming period, and to re-launch the sport sector together with its fundamental values of inclusion, aggregation and education. The project is firmly convinced that sport implies a strong educational and social value, above all in its declination of grassroots sport.
So, it points at “coaches”. Indeed, MOVE intends to elaborate a “Training Unit” to be incorporated in the training path directed to Sport Executives and Technicians for the acquisition of socio-educational competences, a transferrable and recognizable training model, as envisaged by the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) and the European Credits in Vocational Education and Training (ECVET).

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First Press Release MOVE Project

The MOVE project intends to take up the challenge launched by European policies with the new 2014-2020 programming period, and to re-launch the sport sector together with its fundamental values of inclusion, aggregation and education. The project is firmly convinced that sport implies a strong educational and social value, above all in its declination of grassroots sport.
So, it points at “coaches”. Indeed, MOVE intends to elaborate a “Training Unit” to be incorporated in the training path directed to Sport Executives and Technicians for the acquisition of socio-educational competences, a transferrable and recognizable training model, as envisaged by the European Qualifications Framework (EQF) and the European Credits in Vocational Education and Training (ECVET).
The project has been designed as a “journey” in stages, which encompasses activities of research, survey and study on the collected data. The second core of activities implies the elaboration and in-depth study for the purpose of defining a Training Unit and the related Methodological Guide, in order to encourage the adoption of a model by training systems throughout the European countries.

MOVE- Movement Valorize Europe

MOVE- Movement Valorize Europe- New skills for trainers comes from the awareness that amateur sport is an increasingly important economic sector in Europe and training of operators active in this field could be strategic.
Sport professionals are crucial for issues as psychophysical wellbeing of the population and social inclusion, thus almost representing a sort of “hinge” between educational, health and social systems.
The main objective of MOVE is that of designing, through a process of research and analysis, Competence Learning Units in order to strengthen strategic and cross-sectional competence dimensions (such as relational, multicultural, that of empowerment and resilience, etc.) of the different professional figures (coaches, teachers, trainers, sports managers, operators, etc.) regardless of their specific sport discipline.
For this reason, MOVE has built a partnership (Italy, Bulgaria, Greece and Poland) between national sports associations, universities and VET providers, thus including various approaches and experiences.
The main objectives of MOVE activities are:
to qualify the training offer for sport operators introducing the theme of competences;
to improve the ability of professionals to appreciate the needs of the people they work with
to enhance the potential of the sport sector to influence the wellness of people;
to contribute to the acknowledgment of titles and qualifications in Europe; and to increase trust between the different systems.

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MOVEment Valorize Europe. New skills for trainers nasce dalla consapevolezza che il comparto dello sport dilettantistico rappresenta un settore economico sempre più importante in Europa e che per questo il tema della formazione delle tante e diverse figure che impiega è strategico. Queste figure professionali infatti sono al centro di temi quali il benessere psico fisico della popolazione e l'inclusione sociale rappresentando quasi una cerniera tra diversi sistemi: educativo, sanitario, sociale.
L'obiettivo principale di MOVE è quindi quello di progettare attraverso un processo di ricerca e analisi partecipativo delle Competence Learning Unit capaci di rafforzare nelle diverse figure professionali (istruttori, istruttrici, maestri o dirigenti sportivi, operatori in senso lato a prescindere dalla pratica sportiva) le dimensioni strategiche e trasversali quali quella relazionale, multiculturale, dell'empowerment e resilienza ad es.
Per questo MOVE ha costruito un partenariato (Italia, Bulgaria, Grecia e Polonia) tra Associazioni sportive nazionali, Università e VET provider, includendo così diversi approcci ed esperienze.
Gli obiettivi principali delle sue attività sono:
qualificare l'offerta formativa per gli operatori sportivi introducendo il tema delle competenze
migliorare la capacità degli operatori di cogliere le esigenze delle persone con cui lavorano
valorizzare la potenzialità del comparto di incidere sul benessere della popolazione
contribuire al riconoscimento delle qualifiche a livello europeo e aumentare la fiducia tra i diversi sistemi
Il valore aggiunto del partenariato è rappresentato dal fatto che le associazioni sportive sono allo stesso tempo delle realtà con una forte dimensione territoriale ed etica, dei soggetti importanti sul piano occupazionale ed anche agenti formativi.
MOVE coinvolgerà nelle sue attività 300 professionisti del settore e 600 persone (con particolare attenzione a quelle sotto i 29 anni e over 55). Questi sono i due principali target di riferimento che verranno attivamente coinvolti attraverso interviste, questionari e focus group nelle attività di costruzione e co-valutazione degli Output.
Le attività principali si sviluppano secondo un approccio progressivo. Un primo step prevede la raccolta del fabbisogno di formazione e competenze dalla voce degli operatori sportivi nei 4 contesti nazionali. Questa fase produrrà un Report Europeo Competences for activation. Strategic role of the professional sport in the processes of social inclusion,
Un secondo Output, MOVE Competence Learning Unit sarà realizzato a partire dalla raccolta del punto di vista della popolazione già è coinvolta in attività sportive e di quella che rappresenta invece il potenziale target da raggiungere ma che ancora non è coinvolta in nessuna attività. Attraverso questo contributo si realizzerà un primo draft in cui saranno proposte le aree di competenze emerse, organizzate secondo un modello di formazione, supportate da strumenti e metodologie. Tutti i paesi partner saranno coinvolti nella progettazione delle Competence Learning Unit per rendere le attività di progetto un concreto momento di apprendimento per ciascuna equipe e rafforzare la capacità di implementarle nei propri contesti quotidiani.
L'Output successivo, MOVE CLU Methodology Guide Users, sarà realizzato a partire dai risultati dalle sperimentazione delle CLU all'interno dei diversi sistemi nazionali. I risultati, le osservazioni ed i feedback dei partecipanti contribuiranno a rendere definitivo il modello, il set di strumenti collegato alla formazione e le note metodologiche. Questo Output conterrà tutte le indicazioni e gli strumenti operativi per trasferire le MOVE CLU in altri contesti, paesi e situazioni. Per questo obiettivo sarà data particolare attenzione a utilizzare una comunicazione che sappia accompagnare anche equipe di formatori che non hanno familiarietà con il tema dell'apprendimento per competenze. Lo scambio, confronto e co-valutazione con gli stakeholder a livello nazionale in ciascuno dei Paesi partner completa la capacità di MOVE di realizzare delle Competence Learning Unit innovative ed efficaci, trasferibili.
MOVE si pone l'obiettivo di realizzare un risultato capace di contribuire alla valorizzazione degli strumenti di VET a livello europeo e per questo può contare anche sulla forza di impatto del suo partenariato che non solo a livello nazionale riveste una forza anche numerica molto significativa (associazioni sportive e università), ma che attraverso le sue reti ha la capacità di diffondere e promuovere le MOVE CLU a livello Europeo. A supporto di questo sarà predisposta anche una piattaforma web che non solo agevolerà l'interazione con i diversi target durante MOVE life-cycle, ma proseguirà il suo lavoro di moltiplicazione e diffusione degli output anche nel lungo periodo continuando a mantenere il confronto sul tema della formazione tra tutti i partner coinvolti e gli stakeholder.

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