Last friday, Bus.Trainers together with the other projects of the Fundación Laboral de la Construcción led the visit of the delegation from Pedmede (Greek Association of Public Works Contractor Engineers), headed by the president of the Epirus Regional Section of the institution, Ntatsis Georgius. The European initiative was presented as an example of good practice in the training of trainers and in the promotion of environmental values within the construction industry.
IME GSEVEE and CRES organized an endorsement seminar in the frame of the Bus.Trainers project. The seminar was held on 6th September 2019 on IME GSEVEE premises in Athens and its title was ‘The Bus.Trainers project, its link to the European Build Up Skills Initiative and its benefits on the Aluminum Industry’. The 20 participants came from the Aluminum Industry and their professional focus is on innovation and training in this field.
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.
Bus.Trainers has participated in the NetconVet project meeting ‘Network for future innovation of major competences in Vocational Education and Training in construction’, which was held in Helsinki (Finland), during June 5th, 2019.
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.