The European fitness and physical activity sector has a new plan for its future development for training, qualifications and employment following the publication of the detailed BLUEPRINT report. In the past 5 years EuropeActive has worked with partners to review, research and develop the complete plan for how fitness instructors will be skilled to work in the industry as we quickly move into the recovery and move into the future expansion of the sector.
On Tuesday December 1st, EuropeActive hosted the final ANTI-DIFF project partners meeting online. The project has been implemented by a selection of National Football Associations that collaborated with EuropeActive, the University of Thessaloniki and iNADO, and could count on the external support of UEFA.
The final versions of four of the main deliverables produced by partners were approved during the meeting:
On Wednesday 18th November, EuropeActive organised the Final Conference of the BLUEPRINT project entitled “Are we on our own?”. Since January 2018, the ‘Blueprint for Skills Cooperation and Employment in Active Leisure’ 3-year EU-funded project has focused on developing new skills for current and future workers in order to improve the employment prospects of young people, and to support entrepreneurship and growth across the Active Leisure sector.