Construction Blueprint project, funded under the Erasmus+ programme, addresses sectoral skills mismatches based on cooperation of key stakeholders –24 partners from 12 European countries, coordinated by Fundación Laboral de la Construcción (FLC), by gathering skills intelligence and developing a sector skills strategy to deal with the shortages.
This Skills Observatory has been created as a tool for observation and monitoring of skills needs expressed by construction companies of different countries of the EU, allowing users to have a closer approach to anticipation of skills at national/European levels.
The Construction Skills Observatory aims to serve as a complement of the data and information provided on construction ecosystem by the European Construction Sector Observatory (ECSO).
To be a channel for transnational knowledge sharing and sectoral enrichment, providing relevant information for all those active in the construction sector, for companies, and especially VET providers, who will find significant and up-to-date information on current and future skills needs to support them matching their training offer.
Report on the skills needs identified in the consortium countries, especially in the fields of energy efficiency, circular economy and digitalisation.Download pdf
Results of the first edition of the survey with nearly 2,000 European companies’ replies in the construction sector on the skills most in demand.Download pdf
New training curricula designed to update VET offer for the students and workers of the construction industry in the fields of Energy Efficiency, Circular Economy and Digitalisation.Download pdf
Comparative analysis report including the relationships of skills and competences (specially related to Energy Efficiency, Circular Economy and Digitalisation) that have to be included in the sectoral upskilling process of the relevant occupational profiles.Download pdf