The GEEE project’s outputs will be:
To map up:
• National policies in terms of sustainability in the building sector
• Evolve VET syllabi to EU levels for different trades aiming at level 3 and 4 of EQF and pointing out the new green or greener competencies required in each trade:masonry, roofing , electricity, sanitation, in shell and finishing work
To create a crosscutting (ICT based) learning offer that addresses the new issue for building contractors to have a systemic “green or energy efficient” approach building level 3 /4 of EQF, as little has been done thus far at this level. This is inspired from Easy energy and Easy H2O as well as the PRAXIBAT scheme. The VET tools will be used by higher education students for development of awareness over the issue . The university will develop an introductory e-learning tool on the topic of sustainability which will be used by teachers and students of higher education
To transfer the French event-driven approach in the setting up of 2 events targeting the training issue and committing local and transnational stakeholders: trainers, experts, architects, trades people, contractors.
GEEE will be based on the strong partnership between stakeholders of the trade and training organisations as a guarantee that it will truly address the requirements of building contractors. The other challenge we have to address is the variation between heating and cooling requirements of different conditions with such a wide geographical scope . This will be taken into account in the creation of our outputs and specifi c adaptations
to the climate issues will be made.
The report of the piloting can be seen at https://sway.com/yMf2f8DhTHM5nTV6
These outputs will be listed in “intellectual outputs description”