Designed to provide guidance to a broad number of Athletes, the Outreach programme offers in-person group sessions with a very dynamic and hands-on approach. These workshops are used as the first step to create awareness and education about their future transition to life after sport and are typically delivered by members of a local Athletes’ Commission, Olympians and/or Adecco managers. The content of the workshops is focused on the areas of education, life skills and employment.
An Outreach workshop comprises a series of 6-8 modules that can take place in one day or over a series of days depending on the time available. The module length typically ranges from 1 hour to 2.5 hours. The workshops are progressive in their sequence beginning with a module on self-discovery and goal setting with more practical modules focusing on CV building, networking, dual career and interview skills among others.
- 1-2 days workshops.
- Groups of 20–40 Athletes.
- Range of ages: 16 to 35 approximately.
- Over 9,000 Athletes reached since 2009.
- Over 100 different NOCs.
- 5 continents.
- Financial support to NOCs through the Olympic Solidarity “Athlete Career Transition” programme.
Some of the topics covered in the Outreach workshop are:
- Who I am? Behavioural discovery
- Dreams to results
- Game Plan
- Translating sports to business language
- Social media
- Dual Career
Outreach Workshops – Calendar 2019
|17 January: Ecuador
Lead Educator: Mauricio Rivas OLY
Adecco experts30 January: Ukraine
Lead Educator: Dmytro Kirpulianskyy OLY
22-23 February: Fiji
8 March: Thailand
3-5 April: Rwanda
6 April: Singapore
10 April: Hungary
18 April: Ivory Coast
27 April: Iran
4 May: Lebanon
8 May: Mexico
10 May: Marshall Islands
|15 June: Namibia
Kadidiatou Kanouté OLY22-23 June: UWW – “More than medals” training Camp – Mexico
Lead Educators: Yuri Maier OLY, Ricardo del Real OLY11 July: FIE – World Championships – Budapest, Hungary
Educator: Maria Ntanou OLY
13 August: Panama
19 August: Mexico
27-28 August: Indonesia
12 September: Mexico- Veracruz
19 September: Mexico – Mérida, Yucatán
20 September: Lithuania
28 September: Egypt
2-3 October: Ecuador
|4 October: Guinée
Lead Educator: Kady Kanouté Tounkara10 October: Mexico – Villahermosa, Tabasco
Lead Educator: Ricardo del Real OLY
12 October: India – Mumbai
25-26 October: Angola
28 October: Mozambique
17-21 November: Guatemala
21-22 November: Cartagena, Colombia Lead Educators: Ricardo del Real, Mauricio Rivas
26 November: Hungary
30-31 November: Jordan
5 December: Botswana
Master Educators: Kady Kanouté , Aya Nakitanda
17 December: Croatia
Educator: Ana Popovcic
Career+ Outreach Lead Educators
Career+ Outreach Educators
Back row (left to right): Maria Ntanou (Greece/FIE), Vaida Masalskyte (Lithuania), Nada Arakji (Qatar), Maruta Taima (Latvia), Barbara Kendall (New Zealand), Anjali Bhagwat (India), Limor Mizrachi (Israel), Estelle Boulinguez (France/Adecco), Ana Popovcic (Croatia), Nadin Dawani (Jordan), Donata Taddia (Italy/FIVB), Jasna Rather (ITTF), Jovina Choo (Singapore), Carolina Hesse (IOC)
Front row (left to right): Aivo Normak (Estonia), Justin Govender (South Africa), Danka Bartekova (Slovakia), Ryu Seungmin (South Korea), Attila Mizser (Hungary), Mayi Cruzo (Adecco), Kelum Perera (Italy), Milos Milenkovic (Serbia)
How to get involved with the Outreach Programme
To find out if your NOC or IF are participating in the Athlete365 Career+ Outreach programme, check out the Outreach Resources page on the Athlete365 website here. If your NOC or IF are not participating in the Outreach Programme, you can contact your Athletes’ Commission representative or a member from your NOC and ask them to get in touch with the Athlete365 Career+ team.
If you need more information about the Athlete365 Career+ Outreach workshops, you can contact us at email@example.com