Presentations FINAL WORKSHOP
DATE :June 8th 2016, 13.40 - 16.40 pm
VENUE: WKO, Wiedner Hauptstraße 63, 1045 Vienna
The long path of courses focussing on sustainability into the Austrian education landscape .... there is not yet and end in sight....
The results of the project were discussed among different stakeholders from the educational scene in building industry.
The presentations can be downloaded HERE.
Learn more about CrossCraft: Video
BUILD UP Skills Cross Craft is an initiative of the European Union. The same level of knowledge is needed throughout the construction business in the EU in regard to the expertise of planners, construction companies and their staff to enable cross border assignments and work mobility. BUILD UP Skills, the predecessor project, ended with publishing the Austrian BUILD UP Skills Roadmap in April 2013. On this basis the project CrossCraft was elaborated and finalized in June 2016.
Knowhow concentrated: Courses at the Bauakademien all over Austria or ask for your Inhouse-Training. Consecutive course modules-3 hours on site, 2-3 days and 1-day special modules
For more information ask
Sarah Richter: +43 664 300 50 54
For more information ask
Wolfgang Konrad:+43 676 903 30 16.
WHO IS WHO
This project is conducted by austrian educational institutions specialised on contents concerning energy-efficient buildings. These institutions are Energie Agentur Steiermark gemeinnützige GmbH (former LEV - Landesenergieverein Steiermark), 17&4 Organisationsberatung G.m.b.H., Bauakademie Salzburg, Innovative Buildings Austria and AEA - Österreichische Energieagentur
BUILD UP Skills CrossCraft is an initiative of the EU. The overall goal - and motiviation - of the project "BUILD UP Skills CrossCraft" ist to ensure the implementation of the EU 2020 targets and the Austrian strategy for progression towards nearly zero energy buildings. The objective of “BUILD UP Skills CrossCraft” is to develop a qualification scheme for across-the-crafts training of professionals in the construction industry (e.g. general foreman, foremen, skilled workers, craftsmen and helpers in building construction and building services). By providing this qualification scheme, the project aims to improve the competence of skilled workers in the Austrian construction industry, necessary for the achievement of nearly zero energy building standard. New qualification and training schemes based on the key findings of the former project “BUILD UP Skills Austria”, qualification and training schemes – addressing craftsmen at EQF level 2, 4 and 6 (as a possibility for higher education) – were developed, implemented and evaluated. The qualification and training schemes complete the great variety of ongoing trainings in Austria. The Austrian stakeholders regard the proposed training courses as relevant contribution to reach the targets of the EPBD (Austrian workforce is skilled according to the requirements of the EPBD). To warrant the large-scale and long-term approach, the qualification schemes were implemented, monitored and evaluated in pilot courses all over Austria. Furthermore financing concepts as well as strategies for establishing the training schemes within the continuing education and training sector (including train the trainers seminars) are developed.