AEEBC PROJECTS

PROJECT INFORMATION

The AEEBC is involved in projects covering all aspects relevant to the profession of building surveyors and construction experts. It is recognised within the AEEBC that each member country faces on going legislative changes related to their professions that is largely driven by EU legislation. The opportunity to disseminate and discuss each countries approach, understanding and implementation is key to the ethos of the AEEBC. The AEEBC is also involved in Leonardo De Vinci Programmes with member countries.

These programmes link policy to practice in the field of vocational education and training (VET). Projects range from those giving individuals the chance to improve their competences, knowledge and skills through a period abroad, to Europe-wide co-operation between training organizations. The programme funds a wide range of actions, notably cross-border mobility initiatives; co-operation projects to develop and spread innovation; and thematic networks. The AEEBC has sponsored a successful Leonardo da Vinci (LdV) bid for funding which focuses on the creation of manuals promoting common platforms of managerial qualifications in the field of construction.

The organization comprises member delegates representing the national organizations meet at a general assembly bi–annually where the many issues concerning the building surveyor/expert are debated and a number of construction environmental and pathology related workshops.

COMMON LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR EUROPEAN MANAGERS IN CONSTRUCTION V

This project addresses the vocational education and training sectoral priority by improvement of vocational education and training didactic materials of the construction project management and horizontal priority by facilitation of qualification recognition system for managers in construction.

SMART REHABILITATION PROJECT

Smart Rehabilitation 3.0 is a 30 months long project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union under Key Action 2: Strategic Partnership for Higher Education.

The project aims to mitigate and cover the gap between educational offer and the social reality, by defining, a new professional profile of “Rehabilitation Expert” and the creation of homogeneous curricula, validated at European level, for the training of these experts, within the framework of higher education.

DIAGNOSIS

The project general aim is to deepen knowledge about existing up-to-date technological tools for building assessment through the collaboration among international partners, and consequently to upgrade existing training tools and professional qualifications curricula in order to create a renewed professional profile in building and construction sector.

ERASMUS+

Building and construction sector in Europe is one of the sectors which suffered most the economic crisis in these last few years, and where for many reasons innovation and upgrading of competences is still difficult to develop. One important need of this sector is related to the lack of a specific professional profile: a DIAGNOSTIC EXPERT.

The project general aim is to deepen knowledge about existing up-to-date technological tools for building assessment through the collaboration among international partners, and consequently to upgrade existing training tools and professional qualifications curricula in order to create a renewed professional profile in building and construction sector.

BIM4PLACEMENT

BIM project is a capacity building project in the area of VET education, promoting cooperation and partnerships among 6 organizations (VET provider, Regional Authority, 2 universities, private company, European Association) and providing new methods for delivering training addressed to a variety of target groups.

Countries involved: Italy, Finland, Norway + one partner (AEEBC) active all over Europe. The project general aim is to deepen knowledge about Building Information Modelling (BIM) as a skills' development training subject for employability goals, upgrading existing training tools and professional qualifications and creating a network to promote work-based learning with special attention to apprenticeship.

LEONARDO DA VINCI VI

The AEEBC has sponsored a successful Leonardo da Vinci (LdV) bid for funding which focuses on the creation of manuals promoting common platforms of managerial qualifications in the field of construction.