A major bottleneck for increasing energy performance of existing building stock as foreseen in the EPBD & its recast lies in the shortage of local qualified and/or accredited retrofitting experts, the main reasons being that Building professionals are: a) still not enough aware of the urgency for implementing low-energy retrofitting techniques for energy saving based on EPBD requirements. b) insufficiently trained on the available low-energy techniques and technologies for retrofitting c) not enough prepared to convincingly propose and properly apply available most up-to-date techniques and technologies for retrofitting d) they show limited motivation for (re)qualification programmes unless proper incentives are put in place. The REE_TROFIT project will use in-house know-how and experiences of participants in carrying out vocational courses on innovative eco-building technologies. They will improve the available materials and develop new advanced tools in order to set up and implement a large-scale educational scheme in 6 MS for training more than 450 building professionals and by fostering exchange of knowledge and best practices among stakeholders.
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- Disseminate best practices and practical tools for easing the institutionalization and implementation of vocational courses on RES and energy efficiency in retrofitting in the partnering countries.
- - Carry out institutionalized vocational courses based on the defined training model and resources in each participating country with at least 450 trained and certified professionals.
- Extend the REE_TROFIT training model and resources outside the consortium.
- Raise awareness of regional, national and european policy makers and provide suggestions on how to incentivize, debottleneck the local retrofitting markets for full implementation of the EPBD.
- Implement an exploitation strategy for assuring the sustainability and massive replication of training beyond the project duration