Sustainable Energy Skills in the Construction Sector Workshop
The European Construction sector faces unprecedented challenges to achieve ambitious energy efficiency objectives, that can be met only if successful training initiatives and supporting policy instruments are put in place, acting as a springboard to stimulate the demand for energy efficiency skills.
The objective is to increase the number of skilled building professionals and/or blue collar workers across the building design, operation and maintenance value chain (designers, architects, engineers, building managers, technicians, installers, blue collar workers including apprentices, and other building professionals), with a specific focus on the engagement of SMEs. Recourse to skilled professionals/workers both for renovations and new constructions of buildings and district scale solutions should be made more attractive and easier for companies and homeowners alike.
Participating European Commission representative: Luca Angelino, Project Adviser, EASME
Chairs of the workshop : Agnieszka Kowalska (ASM) & Mohaddeseh Maktabifard (R2M Solution)
Find the agenda of the Sustainable Places (SP2020) here