It was launched on January 27, in Madrid, during the “Jornada de difusión final de Bus.Trainers: Desarrollo de competencias medioambientales en el sector de la construcción”, the new European sectoral qualification “Eco-Trainer” for trainers in the construction industry, an objective fully achieved by the international project BuS.Trainers.
In a joint organization of the Spanish organizations of the Fundación Laboral de la Construcción and the Confederación Nacional de la Construcción, the new European sectoral qualification “Eco-Trainer” was presented at the event held at the headquarters of the Confederación Española de Organizaciones Empresariales, in front of about 70 participants, including professionals, trainers and entrepreneurs and training centers, joined by the national representation of LNEG and CENFIC.
During the “Jornada de difusión final de Bus.Trainers: Desarrollo de competencias medioambientales en el sector de la construcción”, the speakers stressed the relevance of the new qualification “Eco-Trainer” for sector and the encouragement of professional skills in sustainable construction in alignment with the European Green Pact (2019). The session ended with a round table with the coordination of the FLC and the participation of representatives of the BuS.Trainers partnership, exposing the activities and results achieved by the project.
The European project “BuS.Trainers – Building up green Skills for Trainers from the Construction Industry”, aims to improve training in sustainable construction, started in December 2016 and concluded in January 2020 and is coordinated by Fundación Laboral de la Construcción (FLC, Spain). The partnership is composed of 11 entities from five European Union countries (Portugal, Spain, Italy, Greece and Malta).
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