29 November, 2017
Olympic silver medalist, Claudia Bokel, held an IOC Athlete Career Programme workshop initiated by the NOB, the NOB Athletes’ Commission and the Adecco Group. The event was attended by sports representatives, including athletes and sports leaders.
03 November, 2017
On 25th October 2017, the IOC Athlete Career Programme seminar was held in Vilnius, Lithuania. The seminar was integrated into the 3-days event of the National Olympic Committee of Lithuania (LNOC) – LTeam sports conference and was aimed exclusively at professional athletes. 37 experienced athletes participated in the seminar and later attended the conference.
On 19th October the "Elektrum Olympic Center" hosted an educational seminar for high-class athletes in Riga, Latvia, with the aim of promoting successful participation of sportswomen and men in the labour market after their retirement. The workshop was organised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the SOK Atletu komisija in cooperation with The Adecco Group and the Latvian Olympic Committee (LOK).
03 August, 2017
Before diving even deeper into their sporting careers, young Para athletes received an opportunity to help them develop both on and off the field of play.
04 July, 2017
Together, three new modules for Proud Paralympian were piloted during workshops and activities at the São Paulo 2017 Youth Parapan Games.
16 February, 2017
The IOC Athlete Career Programme in cooperation with The Adecco Group reached over 1,800 Olympic level athletes and organized 47 workshops in 33 countries in 2016.
On 15th February 2017, the ITTF successfully conducted it's very first IOC Athlete Career Program (ACP) in cooperation with The Adecco Group in New Delhi at the Sea master 2017 ITTF World Tour India Open.
30 December, 2016
The ACP will provide Uruguayan Olympic and elite athletes with the right tools and support for their transition from sports to the labour market. Combining elite sports and educations has proven to be a big challenge for many athletes.
21 December, 2016
Olympic Athletes Gabriel Sagastume from Guatemala and Monica del Real from Mexico — both former Taekwondo Olympic champions — have been selected by the IOC as additional Outreach facilitators for the Athlete Career Programme in Latin America.
20 December, 2016
The Uruguayan Olympic Committee and Adecco Uruguay signed their first agreement to deliver the ACP to athletes of 31 Federations.
07 December, 2016
Ghana Olympians Association has been supporting the Ghana National Olympic Committee and IOC Athlete Career Programme (IOCACP) to help athletes prepare for life after sport and promote the benefits of maintaining their connection to the Olympic Movement.
05 December, 2016
The Gambian National Olympic Committee (GNOC) has hosted a session of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Adecco's Athlete Career Outreach Programme (ACP) at the Olympic House in Bakau.
29 November, 2016
The IOC Athlete Career Programme organised a workshop for 15 athletes to get ready for the world of work in Cali, Colombia.
25 November, 2016
The FIVB is committed to promoting the Athlete Career Programme and the creation of the FIVB’s Athletes’ Commission this year is seen as an important step in the federation’s support to athletes.
19 November, 2016
Teleantioquia interviewed participants of the Outreach sessions in Medellin, Colombia.
18 November, 2016
The workshop was delivered by human resources and recruitment experts Tracy Hard and Puvasha Tevan, as well as South Africa's Olympic rowing gold medalist Lawrence Ndlovu.
28 October, 2016
Young fencers in Japan have discovered potential career paths open to them once they retire from competition by taking part in an Athlete Career Proramme Outreach session held by the International Fencing Federation, the International Olympic Committee and the Adecco Group.
13 October, 2016
The first IOC ACP Outreach workshop took place in Montevideo, Uruguay on October 13, attending 30 national elite athletes from 14 different sports to provide them with guidance with regards to their next career step.
30 March, 2016
A successful seminar on how to prepare for life beyond sports was held for 42 athletes of team Chile. It was organised by the Olympic Committee of Chile, the Chilean Athletes’ Commission and The Adecco Group.
10 March, 2016
The goal of the workshop was to teach the 50 Ecuadorian elite athletes attending how to prepare for worklife through the IOC ACP.
09 February, 2016
The IOC ACP in cooperation with The Adecco Group and the Uganda Olympic Committee organised a workshop for 30 athletes, led by two of our African Outreach trainers Tegla Loroupe and Kady Kanouté.
30 November, 2015
Experienced athletes, Olympians, Paralympians and young athletes participated. The audience was seduced by Mrs Kadiatou Tounkara, former basketball player, Olympian, 5 time French National champion, a member of the ANOCA ( the association of African NOCs) Athletes’ Commission and an active trainer of the IOC ACP Outreach Programme. The second part of the seminar was led by Adecco consultant, Ms Eva Vycitalova. She helped athletes to practice writing an efficient CV and engaged them in several role-play exercises.
06 August, 2015
On 6 August 2015 the Indonesian Olympic Committee welcomed IOC Executive Board Member, and Head of the IOC Athlete Commission, Ms Claudia Bokel, to their offices in Jakarta. Ms Bokel conducted a one day Athlete Career Programme workshp for 45 athletes and coaches in the NOC Office.
24 July, 2015
The NOC Sri Lanka and its athletes benefitted from the IOC ACP Outreach Programme session, hosted at the Olympic House on 22nd July 2015 with a participation of 24 athletes including 5 Olympians. This programme was conducted by Ms. Claudia Bokel, Chair of the IOC Athletes' Commission and a member of the International Olympic Committee.
22 July, 2015
The IOC Athletes' Commission, IOC and The Adecco Group have been working together since 2005 delivering the IOC Athlete Career Programme (IOC ACP) to support elite athletes in achieving success both on and off the field of play. The NOC Sri Lanka took part in this unique programme, hosting the Outreach Programme at the Olympic House on July 22 with the participation of 24 athletes including five Olympians. The training was conducted by Claudia Bokel, Chair of the IOC Athletes' Commission and a member of the IOC.
12 July, 2015
Being able to be successful in the labour market after an elite sports career is absolutely possible according to Frankie Fredericks, Olympic legend and role model for many athletes around the world.
10 July, 2015
Two-time Olympic silver medallist, Namibian Frankie Fredericks, led a one-day workshop for Seychellois athletes yesterday, where the main goal was to give them the tool they need in order to be better prepared for life after sports.