Limerick (Ireland), May 19. HP4ALL (Heat Pumps for ALL), a Horizon 2020 research and innovation project that will enhance, develop and promote the skills required for high quality, optimised Heat Pump (HP) installations within residential/non-residential buildings will be participating, on May 27, at the webinar entitled Sustainable energy skills for the construction sector, held by the European portal for Energy Efficiency in buildings BuildUp.
Over one and half hours, from 13 to 14:30 CEST, HP4ALL, together with the European projects BUSLeague, TRAIN4SUSTAIN, INSTRUCT, PRO-Heritage, and the nZEB Roadshow will review the best practice initiatives designed to increase skills in the construction sector, from the different perspectives each project approaches the area.
The webinar will be organised in two different sessions, the first one will address the best practice initiatives designed to increase skills in the construction sector and the agenda will be as follows:
• Methods and best practices utilized to evaluate, report on the competence of building professionals in the project (TRAIN4SUSTAIN). Peter Gyuris, Geonardo
• Best practice initiatives designed to increase skills in the Heat Pump sector (HP4ALL). Padraic OReilly, LIT
• The correlation between training and energy e-ciency, community learning approach - the energy BIM platform (INSTRUCT). Yacine Rezgui - Ioan Petri, Cardiff University
• Development of mobile equipment for on-site training and demonstration: the “MUZA” project in Croatia (The nZEB Roadshow). Bojan Milovanovic, UniZg
For its part, the second session will be based on Digital learning tools: gamification/apps for micro-learning and market development and will be organised as follows:
• Co-creation and use of the BUILD UP Skills advisor-app (BUSLeague). Jan Cromwijk, ISSO
• Certification and validation of PRO-Heritage competencies by using digital tools - e-learning and exam portal (PRO-Heritage). Gerald Wagenhofer, UBW
CraftEdu’s e-learning platform: an operational approach to continuous upskilling and mutual recognition of competencies for construction workers in Central Europe (CraftEdu). Jiri Karasek, SEVEn
More information and registrations on: https://bit.ly/hp4allBU
construction, skills, training, competencies, elearning, tools, BIM, heatpump, buildings