The Regional Innovation Management Centre was awarded a contract to educate vocational trainers in the Lithuanian construction sector, thereby strengthening their overall technological competencies.“Technological competence“ can be defined as the ability of a vocational trainer to perform a specific technological process. Such competence includes knowledge of that process, the ability to perform specialized operations, and the ability to work with various materials and technological equipment.
This on-the-job training took place either at the production plant, construction site, or a sectoral practical training center. More than 100 trainers took part, including experts from AGA-CAD, INRE, and several construction companies.
This training covered the areas of:
- Energy efficiency
- Building plastering
- Finishing tiles
- Surface preparation
- Upholstery gluing
- Gypsum cardboard and other finishing boards
- Building Restoration
- Elevation and working at height
- Excavation works.