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Platform BuildUpSkillsNL

BuildUpSkillsNL unites national forces to increase the number of qualified ‘blue collar’ workers covering all relevant crafts and professions in order to meet the 2020 objectives in the built environment. The consortium consists of organizations from training-, installation-, and building sector that have national status.

 

Deliverables BUStoB 2015-2018

The main objective of the project has been to develop and pilot missing training materials on EQF-levels 2 – 4 based on the future-proof qualification schemes developed in BUILD UP Skills Pillar II. The second objective was to construct short skill measurement tests that help to prevent building mistakes made by unconsciously incompetent workers, as well as the detection of skills gaps and the supply of industry relevant upskilling advice to craftsmen and building workers. The third objective was to organise regional pilots in which we focused on implementation and evaluation of the developed materials and regional capacity building. Regional training partnerships were supported with train-the-trainer sessions, regional labour market intelligence and implementation of the training developed trainings and assessments in practice in regional building and/or renovation projects.


 

Research 

Report 

BUILD UP Skills advisor app

The BUILD UP Skills advisor app is available for Android and Apple smartphones with already over 30.000 consultationsWith this app BUStoB disseminates the developed E-assessments and E-learning modules to craftsmen in the building sector

 

 

Deliverables BUS_N@W 2013-2015

Deliverables BUS_N@W 2013-2015:

 

Deliverables DuBUS 2011-2013

Deliverables DuBUS 2011-2013:

 

Maak gebruik van de BuildUpSkills-app! De BUILD UP Skills Advisor helpt u om uw kennis en vaardigheden te versterken. De app is beschikbaar voor Android en Apple.

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 649737  

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