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in the sector of education, which is a symbol
of democracy, development and equality

The education sector is a symbol of democracy, development and equality. Current innovation in the area of content use is set to revolutionise this sector, without making it lose its fundamental role in society.

By making quality education accessible to all, AKTO wants to reduce inequalities in the use of specialised training courses, be a bridge between the education and sports industries, and create a positive social impact on the countries involved.


An assesment process carried out by the Politecnico di Torino revealed,
in particular, a positive impact on 5 of the 17 objectives.

4 | Quality Education

The main objective of the training model proposed by AKTO is to provide the necessary skills for future workers and innovators in the world of sport industry through top quality content certified by an academic committee.
Free access for the end user is also a further element that guarantees equal access to the educational product in the face of different socio-economic conditions.

8 | Decent employment and economic growth

AKTO wants to be a bridge between ambitious students and companies, clubs and sports entities that aim for sustainable growth in the sector. The project directly contributes to the introduction of young people into the world of work, including through an established network of companies and the creation of new jobs.

9 | Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

AKTO indirectly contributes to the creation of an innovative, fair and sustainable industrial and technological system within the sports sector, through the training of new professional figures, also in developing countries. Furthermore, the use of digital platforms and “game-based learning” tools represent innovative elements of inclusion that make the proposed model contribute to SDG9.

10| Reduce inequalities

This project arose from the desire to offer quality training applied to the sports sector, making it accessible to all young people. By making the training product available in troubled areas and developing countries, it can indirectly contribute to the income growth of the poorest population globally by reducing inequalities and promote greater representation and participation in international and global work contexts.

17 | Partnership for Development

The project promotes cross-sectoral collaboration between organisations investing in sport, the sports industry and education with the aim of sharing knowledge and technology useful for the achievement of the SDGs at international level.