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Sustainable COnstruction in the REfurbishment
Date du début: 1 sept. 2015, Date de fin: 31 août 2017 PROJET  TERMINÉ 

With the directive of the European Commission 20-20-20 has to be achieved reduce of greenhouse gas emissions by 20%, increasing the share of renewable energy to 20% and an increase in energy efficiency of 20%. The Building Industry consumes about 40% of all the energy consumption in the EU. However, the biggest savings can no longer be achieved in the construction of new buildings (they are already very energy efficient), but in the renovation of existing buildings. This results in a high demand for energy-efficient building in Europe and thus a great need for skilled labor. Our Project aims exactly this need. The Project SCORE (Sustainable COnstruction in the REfurbishment) is a follow-up for the Leonardo Partnership project SCOREVET. Partners are vocational schools that provide training in the field of energy-efficient renovation of old buildings. Innovative core of the project is the development of structurally similar teaching modules from the relevant area by each partner. These modules (consisting of a one-week training module (hands on) and two weeks internship in the company of local networks of schools) are performed contemporaneously by all schools. Thereby this project makes possible for students, at one hand, to do a thematic module in one of the partner schools, or by any reason, stay in their own country. In this case students anyways get benefit, as they attend modules together with other foreign students. For the preparation and evaluation of teaching modules a simple interactive website will be developed. The partner schools have agreed to mutually recognize the acquired skills of the students and in longer perspective recognize records of abroad attended module in their national testimonies. In addition, the competencies are described using ECVET and certified with the Europass certificate. Module that was commonly developed by five different countries should be transferable to other international school partnerships, both in content and in structure. For this purpose a cost analysis is created. This Analysis provides a quick overview of the expected investments for the potential buyers. The modules should be a permanent feature of the partners that are perceptively implemented in their own curriculums.



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