Earlier this month, the Gozo Business Chamber in collaboration with the Malta Intelligent Energy Agency (MIEMA), organised an informative seminar focusing of the importance of Vocational Education and Training (VET) in green skills competencies in the construction sector.
The Portugal Smart Cities Summit event, held at the International Fair of Lisbon (FIL), from May 21 to 23, 2019, was aimed at discussing smart cities as well as presenting smart solutions and projects, where technology and innovation predominate. The Portugal Smart Cities Summit 2019 pointed out topics of great relevance for the Portuguese economy, being considered the largest event on artificial intelligence applied to urban development.
More than 50% of the objective of increasing energy efficiency and renewable energies will come from building
Trainer training, professional qualifications, user awareness and compliance with quality standards are key aspects for the 2020 horizon, according to experts who participated in the informative seminar on «The importance of training of trainers in ‘green’ skills for the construction sector», organized by Confederación Nacional de la Construcción (CNC), with the collaboration of Fundación Laboral de la Construcción, on Thursday May 10th, attended by about twenty representatives of institutions and companies from the construction industry and the field of training.
The information seminar “Efficient and safe buildings: performance evaluation and training of trainers”, held in Rome on 14 December 2018 at the Ance headquarters, was attended by stakeholders from the construction and training sector, such as representatives of bodies and associations.
Bus.Trainers participates in CINCOS’18, the Portuguese Congress of Innovation on Sustainable Construction
The Portuguese partner LNEG presented, on 7 December, the Bus.Trainers project along with its others ongoing initiatives in CINCOS’18, the Congress of Innovation on Sustainable Construction, organized by Cluster Sustainable Habitat. An organization that brings together various entities, including: companies, municipalities, research centers and others actors linked to the value chain of construction.
The Maltese municipality of Birgu has been the place chosen by the European consortium to celebrate the fifth meeting of the Bus.Trainers project, belonging to the Erasmus+ program, from 7th to 9th November. The meeting was attended by representatives of the different entities that are part of the project, from Malta, Spain, Italy, Greece and Portugal.
CUOA Business School representatives, one of the most important management schools in Italy, visited Portugal on last October 3rd, with a small group of 10 company representatives with the main objective of learn and exchange with significant entities (institutions, associations etc.) how the themes of sustainability and circular economy are promoted and put into practices.
It was held on June 27 at LNEG, Lisbon, the lecture “What are green skills? The profile of the trainer in the green skills in the construction industry in Portugal” which intended to make a brief summary of the European project BuS.Trainers, already in the second year of realization.
Our informative seminar on «The importance of the training of trainers in environmental competences for the construction sector», organized by the Confederación Nacional de la Construcción (CNC), with the collaboration of the la Fundación Laboral de la Construcción, on Thursday 10 May, was an event selected by the European Commission to stand out among the actions of the European Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW).
The third Bus.Trainer meeting held in Athens, in the facilities of the Greek partner, (IME GSEVEE) Small Enterprises’ Institute of the Hellenic Confederation of Professionals, Craftsmen, and Merchants, focused on the study of Bus.Trainer qualification posed for the European construction industry and the methodological analysis of “green” skills in order to achieve it.