16 September 2016
The trend towards Nearly Zero-Energy Buildings (NZEB) implies the correct execution of classic building works, in line with the NZEB principles of good workmanship, and the use of advanced technologies requiring specific skills of the workforce. Several countries are developing or have already ongoing training and certification schemes for the workforce in place.
This QUALICHeCK webinar presented schemes for training and certifying installers, from Austria, Cyprus and Romania, including their market acceptance, the lessons learnt and the costs involved.
Content | Find the webinar presentations as PDFs at the table below.
|Hans Erhorn / Fraunhofer Institute for Building Physics, Germany||Introduction to QUALICHeCK, quality of the works and certification of installers|
|Susanne Geissler / OEGNB, Austria||Training and certification schemes for installers in Austria|
|Anthi Charalambous / Cyprus Energy Agency, Cyprus||WE-Qualify: Improving the Cypriot workforce skills|
|Horia Petran / URBAN-INCERC National Institute for Research & Development in Construction, Romania||BUILD UP Skills QualiShell – Qualification scheme for insulating building envelope installers|