ConstructyVET, pragmatisation of the identification process of construction companies’ skills needs for worksite middle managers

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Description

ConstructyVET finds its origins in surveys conducted in the different partner countries of the project, which showed a mismatch between construction companies’ expectations and the nature of trainings for middle management on site.
It focused on territorial needs; the results and proposed solutions were always connected to local contexts.
The objective was not to create new training devices, but to design training modules that can be integrated to existing trainings or lead to professional workshops.

Partners

Partners: BZB (Germany), CCCA-BTP (France), Cenfic (Portugal), IFAPME (Belgium), FORMEDIL (Italy), FLC (Spain), FLC Asturias (Spain), Warrigton Collegiate (UK) and IBE (Poland).

Aim

Devising a transnational action plan for the development of middle management skills on building sites.

Outcomes

Impacts/Outcomes 1:
Effective modularisation of training courses.
Impacts/Outcomes 2:
Design of a more pragmatic training, considering the new required skills (health, safety, energy efficiency).
Impacts/Outcomes 3:
Effective integration of work-based learning rules and principles.

Policy/Initiative

Skills Gaps:
Strengthening of worksite middle managers’ skills considering health, safety and energy efficiency.
Strengthening of their communication skills.

Skills Shortages:
A skilled worksite middle manager is a rare resource, therefore this project helps overcoming the shortages of worksite middle managers.

Recommendations

Training:
The modularisation of training courses, as well as the contextualisation of construction workers’ skills, both become necessary to match construction companies’ skills needs.
Career Moves:
Training modular programs ease intern promotion.
Transfer in Europe:
The transfer of knowledge becomes more flexible through the modularisation, which increases the interest for e-learning devices and platforms.
Other:
The results of these training modules are publicly disseminated, so that interested VET providers, construction companies and qualified workers can see their impacts and interests.
Training:The modularisation of training courses, as well as the contextualisation of construction workers’ skills, both become necessary to match construction companies’ skills needs.Career Moves:Training modular programs ease intern promotion.Transfer in Europe:The transfer of knowledge becomes more flexible through the modularisation, which increases the interest for e-learning devices and platforms. Other:The results of these training modules are publicly disseminated, so that interested VET providers, construction companies and qualified workers can see their impacts and interests.

Contact Information

Name of Organisation:CCCA-BTP
Role:Partner
Address:19 rue du Père Corentin 75014 Paris
Zip/City:Paris
Country:France
Telephone:+33 1 40 64 26 00
Website:https://www.ccca-btp.fr/
Contact Person
Contact Name:Marek Lawinski – Haed of International Cooperation Unit
Contact Phone:+33 1 40 64 26 17
Contact Email:marek.lawinski@ccca-btp.fr
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