THE METHODICAL ISSUES OF IMPROVEMENT OF ALREADY EXISTING TRAINING PROGRAMS IN SPHERE OF CIVIL BUILDING ENERGY EFFICIENCY ON THE BASE OF UKRAINIAN TRAINING CENTERS
This article presents the results of the proposal describing the conducting col-lection, reviewing and analysis of the information on existing trainings and training institutions for building energy efficiency in Ukraine. Also this article contents pre-liminary results of identification of capacity needs of training institutions for building energy efficiency for potential improvement of already existing training.
There consider the following issues: 1) Short description of the methodical approach and proposing an outline of the study. 2) The main education and train-ing institutes for building energy efficiency in Ukraine. 3) Training and qualifica-tion measures on energy efficiency that are offered in Ukraine. 4) Identification of capacity needs of training institutions for building energy efficiency for potential improvement of already existing training.
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