Pilot APP site training Quebec Park

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Innovation

Productivity and new ways of working, Digital and new technology, Learning resources, Sectors and roles, New qualifications and courses, Small employer support

Drew Smith Limited

East Hants District Council (EHDC) and NEF

England

£46,320

2017

Infrastructure, Housing, Commercial, Specialist

The project is a pilot to train construction workers on the ‘Assured Performance Process’, a methodology produced by the National Energy Foundation.

Modules will be developed in: Induction for Assured Performance Process sites, delivering performance on site fabrics trades; delivering performance on site services trades, site management for assured energy performance.

This will develop into a training programme which can be used to train construction workers on other Assured Performance Process projects.

Develop and pilot 4 training modules to 500 employees from 21 employers at the Quebec Park site.

01 Jan 2017

30 Nov 2017

End of project summary

The project finished in November 2017.  Funding was used to develop new training material to help reduce the energy performance gap in the house building process: four main modules were created covering induction, site and technical managers, fabric trades and service trades.  The project resulted in 265 people being trained across 75 organisations.  The modules are widely available, along with a case study, on the National Energy Foundation website.  The overall impact of the training is not yet known as the results of the final assessment of finished properties on the development has not been completed.

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