Abstract  |  Background  |  Objectives  |   Result: Competence Matrix (Workpackage 2)  |  Result: Sustainable Matrix (Workpackage 3)  |
Result: Training Occupations (Workpackage 4)  |  Result: Learning Modules (Workpackage 5)  |  Partnership  |  Transnational Activities  |
Impact  |  Dissemination

GeTinVET - Background

Across Europe, designers and operators of building complexes want to reduce operating costs and cut CO2 emissions. To reduce primary and final energy consumption, the "buildings" sector plays a crucial role. The EU's Green Transition Plan assigns Building Service Engeneering a decisive factor in achieving the European Union's climate goals. The requirements for employees in this field of activity are similar throughout Europe. They must understand a building as a holistic and complex system. This means that skilled workers in traditional trades have to cooperate more closely with each other and enrich their competences with qualifications from previously unrelated fields. For employees in the traditional occupational fields of electrical engineering, supply engineering and construction engineering, there is a need for increased interdisciplinary cooperation. It is necessary to develop sustainable action competence with the aim of thinking and acting in a professional and sustainable manner. Cross-sectional competences from building, electrical and supply engineering professions expanded by "sustainable action competence" are becoming increasingly important for vocational training in the field of Building Service Engineering.
The project not only supports the ERASMUS + priority theme " Environment and fight against climate change", but also addresses the relevant priorities in the area of vocational education and training " Adapting vocational education and training to labour market needs", as well as contributing to " Contributing to innovation in vocational education and training".