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BUILD UP SKILLS MK (BUILD UP SKILLS MK)

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The main objectives of the project were to develop: • A national roadmap on quantified needs, measures and priorities, etc. for necessary vocational training to meet the 2020 targets. • A national platform including main stakeholders in the process. • Mapping of the foundation: relevant existing vocational education; energy strategies; green skills and jobs strategies; demand for technical measures for energy efficiency, and demand for workforce skills and size 2011–2020.

Results

  • Delivery of the three requested reports: the national status quo, the national road map and the report on the endorsement process. Achievement of a coherent plan for the upgrade of the qualifications of the on-site building workers that takes into account the quantity as well as the quality aspects.
  • Initiation a multi-stakeholder working group (the national qualification platform) from among the representatives of all relevant national and regional players. Provision of national platform to obtain a well-coordinated, transparent process, which will facilitate knowledge sharing and cooperation among the stakeholders. Establishment of a foundation for both the development and the endorsement of the road map for the benefit of all target groups.
  • Develop a national roadmap for establishing a system of continuous energy efficiency education of building workers. Preparation of stakeholders for continuation of the process after the roadmap and to make monitoring of future measures possible. Accomplishment of a common understanding among stakeholders of the current qualification level and the needs for the future
  • Assure an endorsement of the national roadmap and thus a system of market evaluation of qualified workforce. Strengthening of the awareness among all stakeholders of the need for upgrading the skills of the on-site workers to reach the 2020 targets related to energy efficiency in new and existing buildings
  • Active participation in the European exchange activities
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Lessons learned

  • Thanks to the Status quo analysis, it is estimated that blue collar workers in the building sector represented 18900 workers in 2011. 10000 additional workers may be required in retrofitting and 39000 additional workers for new buildings in the construction sector by 2020. 9800 to 16020 will require upskilling. The professions where the estimated labour demand annual needs are the highest in quantitative terms are the building operatives, bricklayers, and roofers.
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Contact

Economic Chamber of Macedonia
Macedonia
Contact point: 
Name: 
Mrs Jadranka Arizankovska
Tel: 
+389 72 236711

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In brief

Duration:
07/06/2012 to 07/02/2014
Contract number: 
IEE/12/BWI 425. SI2.623225

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