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Building/Construction

According to the national roadmap developed under the "Build Up Skills, Pillar I" initiative, there is a need to train at least 4.500 workers/installers for 13 different skills until 2020 (Buildings and Renewable Energy Sources-RES-...
The BUILD UP Skills BEET project defines the path that needs to be followed by 2020 for the upgrade of skills and qualifications of the building workers for the practical application of Energy Efficiency (EE) and Renewable Energy Sources (...
The 2020 energy and climate objectives of EU countries require a major effort to increase the number of qualified construction workers, capable of delivering high energy performing renovations and, in particular, nearly zero energy...
Croatia, with some exceptions in the institutional vocational education, has no systematic training of students and construction workers in energy efficiency (EE), and there is also no certification scheme for workers or companies related...
BUILDEST II builds on the outcomes and plans of the IEE Pillar I project BUILDEST. The main focus is on the implementation of the activities foreseen in the "Action Plan for Training Workforce in the Estonian Construction Sector" (Roadmap...
Leading players in the Swedish construction industry together with energy offices in Sweden have developed a training concept called Energy Builders. The training is an outcome of the European Commission Build Up Skills Initiative...
BUILD UP Skills Finland aims to implement a quality-driven training and change process in construction and help achieve the ambitious energy efficiency objectives of the construction industry.   The project runs from October 2013 to...
Sector Skills Alliances shall aim at tackling skills gaps, enhancing the responsiveness of initial and continuing vocational education and training (VET) systems to sector-specific labour market needs and demand for new skills with regard...
QualiBuild is funded by the European Commission Build Up Skills Initiative and is being managed and coordinated by Limerick Institute of Technology (LIT) with partners Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), Blanchardstown Institute of...
The Spanish consortium Construye - partner in the Intelligent Energy Europe (IEE) Buildup Skills Project - developed an application for the training of construction workforce.   The application displays in an educational way five...