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 - Transnational Activities

First meeting

The first project meeting took place on November 27 and 28 at the Rhein Erft Energy Competence Center and the Adolf-Kolping Vocational College. In addition to the obligatory introduction, the focus of the project meeting was to familiarize all project participants with the complex subject matter. To this end, the partner institutions were given "homework" in advance: in order to better understand the field of activity of building systems technology and, above all, to become familiar with the system of the competence matrix, the partners were asked to define in advance, based on their experience, in which situations they believe specific cross-professional specialist skills are required. To this end, the German associated partner Adolf-Kolping-Berufskolleg provided two examples from the dual training system to illustrate the links between individual areas. These situations should serve as a stimulus for identifying further professional situations in the vocational training systems of the partner countries.


The examples could be divided into the following categories: Renewable energy, Heating and Cooling, Building automation and Toubleshooting.


The partners were not only asked to present their examples, but also to locate them in the basic structure of the existing skills matrix. This made the first aspects of networking clear. In addition, the procedure also promoted understanding of the VQTS-competence matrix for Building Service Engineering.



On the second day, the basic structure of the empirical study was developed.


Based on this basic structure, the specific schedule for work package 2 was determined and responsibilities defined.