To achieve objectives, the Bus.Trainers project has nine phases, which mark the delivery of the different results, apart from transversal tasks related to the planning, management and dissemination of the project.
In addition, a key outcome for the completion of this project is the generation of support and endorsement from the main stakeholders that adhere to the initiative and provide their expertise.
The eleven partners are involved in all stages of the Bus.Trainers project and their commitment leads them to contribute their knowledge and good work to achieve the success of this initiative.
The final works that will be developed will be the following:
The development of this first result is coordinated by the National Laboratory of Energy and Geology (LNEG) and takes place between November 2016 and March 2017.
Both documents will be available in English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Greek.
The work period of these deliverables is from April 2017 to August 2018, under the coordination of the Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving (Cres).
The first will be available in English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese and Greek; the second, in English.
This phase is managed by the Institute for Professional and Vocational Training in construction sector (Formedil), from September 2017 to February 2018.
The results of which will be available in English, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and Greek.
The Institute of Robotics and Information Technology and Communications (IRTIC) of the University of Valencia will be in charge of implementing this phase, from March to October 2018.
The Malta Intelligent Energy Management Agency (Miema) coordinates this result, which runs from November 2018 to April 2019.
The Centre for the Professional Education and Training of Civil Construction and Public Works of the South (Cenfic) is responsible for coordinating this step, which will take place between May and October 2019.
Throughout the project (December 2016 to November 2019), the National Confederation of Construction Industry -CNC- and the National Association of Builders -Ance-, the Small Enterprises' Institute of the Hellenic Confederation of Professionals, Craftsmen and Merchants (IME GSEVEE) and the Gozo Business Chamber, will lead the adhesion of the stakeholders to the project, a necessary and fundamental support that pursues the involvement and awareness of the stakeholders involved in the issues addressed in this initiative, through the application of the Memorandum of Understanding.
In this action, five support seminars will be held (one for each country - Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece and Malta -), throughout the life of the project, of between 15 and 30 participants. As well as National Advisory Groups (NAG), composed of between five and ten members, specialized in different areas: public institutions and authorities, social agents, professional associations, VET providers, intermediary organizations, and so on.