CDWaste-ManageVET (2019-2021) Erasmus+ Programme
Training to address skills needs in construction and demolition waste management.
Designation: CDWaste-ManageVET. Developing VET for addressing Construction and Demolition Waste Management skills needs.
Project: Belonging to the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union, call 2019, of the Key Action 2 Cooperation and Innovation for Good Practices.
Identification of the project: 2019-1-FR01-KA202-062962.
Duration: 24 months, from Noviembre 2019 to January 2021.
Budget: € 332,212
Coordinator of the project: Office de l'Environnement de la Corse -OEC- (France).
Partners: Fundación Laboral de la Construcción (Spain); Ente Nazionale Per La Formazione E L'addestramento Professionale Nell Edilizia –Formedil- (Italy), Pedmede Somateio (PEDMEDE) y European Knowledge Spot -EKS- (Greece), Instituto De Soldadura E Qualidade –ISQ- (Portugal) y Universitatea Politehnica Din Bucuresti –UPB- (Romania).
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The European project 'CDWaste-ManageVET' seeks to address and update skills in the field of Construction and Demolition Waste (CDW) management, through Vocational and Educational Training (VET).
To this end, seven entities from Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Portugal and Romania will collaborate in the development of an online training, open to the public, in the field of CDW management. The training programme will be adjusted to the needs of the labour market and to the requirements of the European Qualification Framework (EQF).
Construction is considered the main consumer of materials and waste generation. In order to address this situation, the Circular Economy European Strategy considers this sector as an driver for the sustainable transition. Currently, this industry generates 36.4% of the total production of waste in the European Union; despite this, it is estimated that more than 90% of inert materials and waste (including concrete, bricks, gypsum, wood, glass, metals, plastic, solvents, asbestos and excavated soil), can be recycled.
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