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The 4th Consultation Meeting of the BUS-GR "National Qualification Platform” was held on Tuesday 12/11/2013, at the Auditorium of GSEVEE (Athens). After a short briefing on the project activities and results achieved so far, a thorough presentation of the draft of the "National Qualification Roadmap" that is under preparation for Greece was given by the EPU-NTUA experts working in the project. Also, the TUC associates made a presentation of (provided information on…) the Roadmap’s endorsement actions included in the BUS-GR work-programme, as well as of the “Letter of Endorsement” that the various stakeholders / members of the NQP will be called upon to sign. Discussion ensued, where placements from the representatives of bodies involved in the NQP were made with the following content:
• Comments on the measures and actions foreseen in the Roadmap for the sector represented.
• Potential obstacles to achieve the 2020 targets.
• Proposals for the establishment of a monitoring and feedback mechanism of the action plan.
• Support - active involvement of corporate bodies for the implementation of the Roadmap’s Actions.
The 4th (and last) Consultation Meeting of the NQP was videotaped, and what was exactly discussed there can be seen in the relevant video uploaded on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZcaKKfpodI&feature=youtu.be
The 2nd and 3rd Consultation Sessions of the BUS-GR "National Qualification Platform” was decided to be held together, on the same day, because of the relevance of the issues to be discussed. So, on Thursday 11/7/2013, at the Auditorium of GSEVEE, 22 representatives of key stakeholders in the fields of energy systems and buildings, as well as in the fields of training and qualifications, attended the works of this “Consultation Day”, along with 28 representatives of the consortium partners of BUS-GR. After a brief reminder of the project objectives, activities undertaken and results achieved so far, a thorough presentation of the structure of the "National Qualification Roadmap" that is under preparation for Greece was given by the EPU-NTUA experts working in the project, together with examples from other already completed Roadmaps from other countries. There was also made a review of the priorities regarding the required new knowledge, skills and competences of the construction sector workforce in the ES / RES issues of interest. Then, according to the planning, two thematic workshops were held, where all participants had the opportunity to express their opinion and share their experiences about the priorities for training of workers in the construction sector in particular aspects of ES and RES. In the second part of the “Consultation Day” (Session 3), first a review of priorities for shaping the conditions for the qualifications in ES / RES was made by Dr. Ioanna Dede (EOPPEP), and then a discussion was held between the attendants where an attempt was made - from the placements of the representatives of organizations involved in the NQP - to analyze the above mentioned priorities for certification of qualifications of the construction sector workforce on ES and RES.
Both sessions were videotaped, and what was exactly discussed there can be seen in the relevant video uploaded on Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cm7PO5sWxk
1st Consultation Meeting of the Greek National Qualification Platform (NQP). More than 20 persons representing the key stakeholders in the fields of energy systems and buildings, as well as in the training and qualification areas, participated in this Consultation meeting (plus 14 representatives of the consortium partners). After a short reminder on the project’s objectives, activities carried out and the up to now deliverables, a thorough presentation of the work made in the frame of WP2 of BUS-GR regarding the Analysis of the Status Quo in Greece was made. Emphasis was put on the identified buildings workforce qualifications / skills related to RES and EE gaps. Then, a fruitful discussion took place in the form of forum where all participants had the opportunity to express their opinion and to exchange their experiences on the thematic axis of this Consultation Meeting.
Also, a number of NQP’s members sent their excuses for not being able to participate in this meeting (the specific day and time), but asked for the meeting’s minutes and presentations. The entire Consultation Meeting was video recorded and the corresponding video has been uploaded in YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nJDr45D6tuA&feature=youtu.be
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