Current Projects

Professional training on energy efficiency in Ukraine

The International Non-Governmental Organisation "Housing and Municipal Reform Support Centre" (HMRSC) is pleased to announce that since May 2021, the HMRSC together with ING + ARCH Partnerschaft mbB (Germany) with the support of the "Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit" of the Government of Germany have joined the work on the project "Professional training in energy efficiency in Ukraine".

As you already know, during 2020, a team of experts invited by GIZ developed the following training programs for vocational and vocational education institutions VET schools:
- advanced systems of thermal modernization of buildings and structures
- Installer of window and door structures
- Insulator for thermal insulation
- flat roof specialist

At the same time, the HMRSC together with ING + ARCH Partnerschaft mbB (Germany) developed a training course: “Quality control in the construction of energy efficient buildings” for institutions of higher education. As of today, there are already two universities: the Prydniprovska State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture (Dnipro) and Kharkiv National University of Municipal Economy named after A. N. Beketov (Kharkov) - started studying this course and gained some experience in teaching it.

By the end of 2021, the HMRSC and a team of experts on energy efficiency will conduct separate trainings for teachers of the VET schools and universities for each of the developed programs so that they, together with the management of institutions, can start teaching students in selected specialties, and will provide technical support ET schools and universities in carrying out the evaluation and adjustment of curricula that will be launched in educational institutions.

The project is aimed at training teachers and technical support to Ukrainian educational institutions-partners in the implementation of modern curricula on energy efficiency issues.

The main goal of the Project is the formation of professional competence in energy efficiency and energy saving, practical skills and abilities for the application of modern technologies and materials and the introduction of a flexible qualified modular approach to designing curricula and educational programs.