Online Survey of Experts in the fields of Green Technologies and Education

EUKI project “GreenVOCnet – Vocational Empowerment for a Green and Socially Just Transition” is a project network of FIAP e.V. (Germany) with long-standing partners: the German-Greek Chamber of Industry and Commerce (Greece) Pedal Consulting (Slovakia), AICIA (Spain) and a broad network of enterprises and vocational schools. The GreenVocNet Team calls for participation in the following online survey.

by Silke Steinberg, FIAP e.V.

Published: 06 February 2024

The aim is to develop professional skills in two exemplary climate-relevant technologies, heat pumps combined with renewable energies and green hydrogen. GreenVOCnet addresses the shortage of skilled workers, the lack of expertise and also the lack of acceptance that hamper the green and social transition in the partner countries. In the medium term, the aim is to reduce harmful emissions through the widespread use of new technologies, in line with EUKI.

In order to identify and  the current needs for the design of new vocational training programmes for the two selected technologies the partners have jointly developed an expert questionnaire. The survey will be conducted online in order to reach as many experts as possible quickly and easily. The data gathered will help to develop tailor-made training programmes that meet the needs of the market in the three countries and may help other countries with similar problems. We will report on the results of the survey here.

Are you a green technology expert? Do you work in the energy industry, in vocational training, in the installation trade, in planning and consulting or similar fields?

Then please support our GreenVOCnet project by participating in the online survey. It will only take a few minutes to participate and your expertise and experience is highly appreciated and very important for the design of future training programmes.

Click here to access the online survey.

Thank you very much for your participation.

The GreenVocNet Team calls for participation in the following online survey.

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