Un trabajo conjunto de: La Fundación Laboral junto al Instituto Nacional de Cualificaciones, la Fundación Estatal para la Formación en el Empleo y el Instituto de Ciencias de la Construcción Eduardo Torroja.+INFO
Buenas prácticas en rehabilitación energética+INFO
Informe que desglosa la trayectoria del proyecto y los resultados obtenidos (en inglés).+INFO
Una plataforma que pone en contacto a usuarios y empresas de la construcción.+INFO
To conduct the design of training schemes and training actions related to those occupations and professional skills which the status quo (SQ) analysis has proved the Spanish VET system nowadays lacks. These permanent training actions will allow covering these needs in short-term as well as serving as a trusted base to develop professional certificates later on.
To put into practice the training actions that have been developed, by carrying out some assessments, in which the actions will be validated from a technical and pedagogical point of view.
To review and upgrade those existing qualifications that, as it is stated in the SQ analysis, need updating.
To develop those mechanisms identified on the roadmap in order to improve the Vocational Education and Training Spanish system.
To get the involvement of the market actors and stakeholders relevant to the topics covered in the project.
To ensure the dissemination and communication of the BUS “Construye 2020” proposal in order to reach all key actors and target groups related to the actions proposed in the project as well as raise awareness on the necessity of undertaking energy restoration of buildings.
The main objective of this project was to implement the prioritized actions set up in the Spanish roadmap, developed under the Build Up Skills Spain Pillar I, funded by the Intelligent Energy Europe program.
These actions aim at improving the VET system and the national qualifications catalogue as well as developing training tools and schemes, in order to train building blue collar workers on Energy Efficiency (EE) and Renewable Energy Sources (RES), toward meeting the energy objectives set up by Europe to 2020.