Retro fitting of Multi-storey buildings REMSOB

Organisation profile

Bildungszentrum is a Centre of Vocational Excellence for Carpentry, Joinery & Timber Construction in Germany. It has a comprehensive range of training offers. In the areas of further  education it offers courses on Energy Conservation, Business  Administration, IT etc. The centre addresses different training requirements targeting groups from apprentices, journeymen, foremen, masters carpenters, planners & architects and offers an integrative training concept in the field of timber construction 

Training aim

REMSOB is designed to facilitate the transfer of knowledge from Germany to Ireland, of current best practice and knowledge in relation to the energy efficient refurbishment of multi-storey buildings.

Learning objectives

Upon completion of the programme, participants will:

  • Develop local solutions tailored to the Irish multi-storey environment.
  • Be able to plan a multi-storey retrofit programme.
  • Have acquired new theoretical & practical knowledge in energy efficiency, building physics & design principles.
  • Have been up skilled so they can apply new construction techniques in line with the requirements of the Irish Bldg Regs & EPBD (recast).
  • Be in a position to maintain or develop new employment opportunities.

Course outline

One weeks full-time technical training conducted in Biberach, where participants will attend lecture and go on site visits related to multi-storey refurbishment.

Trainer's profile

A number of people will deliver the programme over the 2-week period in German, all of whom have extensive knowledge in construction, energy efficiency and timber techniques.

Course duration

One week full time training 

Assessment & certification

Upon successful completion of the programme Certificates of Completion will be awarded by Bildungszentrum.

Who should attend

Building professionals with previous training to Level 8 & 9 with engineers, architects, architectural technologists & surveyors being the main target audience.


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