HORIZON 2020 Societal Challenges Energy Efficiency - Market Uptake Construction skills
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Regarding craftsmen and other on-site workers, including apprentices, proposals should build on the results of the recent BUILD UP Skills initiative, be in line with the European Qualification Framework (EQF), and focus on upgrading or establishing large-scale qualification and training schemes in order to increase the number of skilled building workers. They should be based on the national training roadmaps established in BUILD UP Skills. They may also address coordination and accompanying measures (e.g. voluntary certification schemes, accreditation, mutual recognition, incentives to encourage the participation of craftsmen and to attract women to the construction sector).
Regarding other practitioners, proposals should focus on improving the qualification and skills of middle and senior level building professionals. ICT-based training may be used, building on results from the EU ICT programme.
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