Professional and Personal Experience through Lifeling Learning and Regular Sport (PROPELLERS)

Erasmus+ Sport Collaborative Partnerships

Project Title: Professional and Personal Experience through Lifeling Learning and Regular Sport (PROPELLERS)

Project duration: 01/01/2019 – 30/06/2021

The ‘Professional and Personal Experience through Lifelong Learning and Regular Sport’ (PROPELLERS) Partner Consortium is a mixture of complementary organisations (8 partners form 6 EU countries) who all joined for the purpose of forming an ambitious, long-lasting partnership which aims to work on the following objectives:

Deploying an innovative synergy between the fields of sport, physical activity, health, education, training and youth sector embodied in 4 intellectual Outputs and in local awareness-raising activities spanning 6 European Union countries streamlined by a partnership of 8 organizations with different profiles, target group, experience, expertise and practices.

Achieving a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art in Sport participation, physical health and mental health across a variety of target groups (children, youngsters, adults and disadvantaged individuals) for laying the grounds of country-specific programmes of awareness -raising.

Promotion of the holistic view of health, raising awareness about the importance on the bio-psycho-social model of health through a “Comprehensive Booklet on Holistic Health and Education by Sport”.

Laying the grounds for the development of professional capacities in operators (Sport Coaches and Trainers) working in Education by Sport through a specific Format TC based on Education Through Sport methodologies, applicable across the 6 projects countries and in Europe

Creating a dedicated project Web Platform integrating e-learning modules for the ultimate audience of targets as well as providing a networking architecture between organizers, targets and stakeholders.

The current collaborative partnership is planning to carry out several local, national and international activities during a really intensive 30 months.