The original NOVIS project planned to carry out several local workshops in partners’ countries for promoting the Sport Chart and pilot programme. Due to the continuing difficulties and restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we have decided to avoid further situations of face-to-face meetings, instead carrying out webinars, during which participants will also have the opportunity to interact directly with our speakers. It will be an important opportunity to understand what Novis tools are, and how to concretely transfer them to one’s own sporting context.
WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION TO NOVIS ERASMUS+ PROJECT – Fabio Croci
A BRIEF OVERVIEW OF VIOLENCE IN SPORT. THE IMPORTANCE OF PREVENTION – Francesca Vitali
PRESENTATION OF THE ENGLISH VERSION OF NOVIS METHODOLOGICAL GUIDE: AIMS, CONTENTS, FUTURE DIRECTIONS – Francesca Vitali
FREE RESOURCES, PILOT AFFILIATION AND NEXT NOVIS EVENTS – Alberto Arioli
PRESENTATION TO THE CONGRESS IN BREDA – Hubert Rovers
Date: Thursday 01/10/20 h. 14.00-15.00 (Central Europe Time)
Duration: 60 minutes
Recording: The webinar will be recorded
Venues: Online public event, registration is mandatory, see below
Fabio Croci si an expert in designing and delivering of adult training courses, and a consultant for Technical and Vocational Education and Training policies and services. He is a senior Project Manager for European projects (Erasmus+, Interreg, European Social Fund, etc.) and a Consultant for Quality Assessment and ISO 9001:2015 in the field of labour policies and training services.
Francesca Vitali is a sport psychologist and Assistant Professor at the University of Verona. She is the Editor for the Psicologia dello Sport e dell’Esercizio, the new official journal of the Associazione Italiana Psicologia dello Sport e dell’esercizio (AIPS, Italian Association of Sport and Exercise Psychology), of which she has been the National President. She is Member of the Scientific Committee of the C.G.F.S. ASD in Prato since 2019. She has been the Sport Psychologist of the Italian Youth National Team of Shooting and since 2020 she supports the Junior National Team of the Italian Track and Field Federation. She collaborates as consultant with the School of Sport of the Italian National Olympic Committee, with the Italian Rugby Federation and the Italian Gymnastics Federation. Since 2017 she is responsible of the Center of studies of the Assist – the Italian Association of Female Athletes.
Alberto Arioli, sociologist, is an educator of Comunità Nuova Onlus. For ten years he has been involved in developing educational projects that use sport as a tool for prevention and well-being at school and for informal groups of young people.
Hubert Rovers is one of the founders of EFDN and is currently the CEO, having worked in the football for development sector since 2007, previously as CEO of the NAC Breda Community Foundation and Project Manager of the Dutch More than Football Foundation. Hubert has extensive consultancy experience in supportng football clubs and organisations set up and implement their CSR policy, M&E protocols, community projects, and fundraising activities.