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Delivering a European Portable Building Energy Performance Skills Platform; a MEnS project update

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Monday 30 January 2017, 09:30 – 16:40 GMT

MEnS (Meeting of Energy professional Skills), project funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 R&I programme, warmly invites building performance practitioners to a big event on the 30th January. Get in touch with high-end experts on building energy performance issues. 
 
The idea behind MEnS – Meeting of Energy professional Skills - originates from the need to provide answers and solutions to current problems faced by today's society. The programme was therefore constructed in a way such as to answer the specific challenges in the field of skills upgrading for the professionals involved in the construction industry.


The purpose of this event will be for the consortium and key stakeholders to update the community on their programmes and work packages. It will also provide an opportunity for feedback on the key messages from the program-leads. 
 
Hosted in London by The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and organized by Innovate UK, register for FREE here : https://mens-project-update.eventbrite.co.uk
 

 

The event will include the following topics:

 

Overall Programme Update – Lead Organisation
Blended Learning and Innovative Training Methodologies
A Common Transferable Skills Platform – the Trainee Perspective
Training for Building Professionals and Engineers – A Provider Perspective
A Common Approach to Bench Marking the Standard of Skill Sets
The Value of Women in the Built Environment Sector
Applying the MEnS Thinking – PROF/TRAC Case Study
A Position from the International Professional Institutions
Skills Gaps in an Emerging Digitally Built Europe
H2020 Construction Skills Challenges

 

 

You can also follow the event live on MEnS Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/MEnSH2020/

Programme and more details available here: http://www.mens-nzeb.eu/en/information/expocenter/news/636202165569315644/
 

Organiser:
MEnS project, Innovate UK - KTN, IET
Source Language:
English