The objective of the MONITOR project is to develop a user-friendly manual that will help sports-based organisations to increase the level of employability of the young people they work with. The manual will enable these organisations to work in a more efficient and effective way for delivering their programmes. It will help them to design and organise sport-for-employability programmes more systematically and will provide them with a clear understanding on how to measure the outcomes and impact. As such, it will result in providing optimal opportunities for skill development for young people enabling them to look and find sustained employment, to continue further education and/or to gain accredited qualification.
The Manual uses a Theory of Change methodology. Using such an approach goes beyond merely describing best practices, as it looks for the reasons why some programmes work (and others do not). The project applies best practice data from Europe and India, supported by diverse stakeholders. By mid 2021, this multi-stakeholder cooperation will publish a user-friendly Manual that will help sports-based organisations to increase the level of employability of the young people they work with.
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Marc Theeboom (coordinator of the project – Sport & Society, VUB)
Fred Coalter (Sport & Society, VUB)
Tessa Commers (Sport & Society, VUB)
Inge Derom (Sport & Society, VUB)