Two specific training modules for energy renovation are coming to the CFAs
In September 2022, Catherine Gillet, who is leading the program, had drawn up a progress report on the system and specified her future ambitions at Batiactu. The new Feebat agreement made it possible to renew this program until December 31, 2025, based on the 5th period of the CEE. As a reminder, the program is based on a partnership with the Ministry of National Education and Youth, as well as with the Committee for consultation and coordination of apprenticeship in building and public works (CCCA-BTP).
10,000 teachers trained by June 2024
A new step was therefore taken in February: some thirty teachers have just completed their Feebat training and will be able to return to their establishments in order to introduce their students to the challenges of energy renovation of buildings, thanks to these two first modules devoted to the challenges of energy renovation and the principles of energy performance. All apprentices preparing for one of the 120 specialization diplomas in the construction sector (from CAP to BTS) are concerned.
The objective is ambitious: the Feebat teams hope to train 10,000 teachers by June 2024, working in some 2,000 public and private establishments in mainland France and overseas. Eventually, more than 100,000 students could thus benefit from these modules in all sectors: electricity/energy, structural work/building envelope, finishing work/finishing, construction economics, etc.
The program relies heavily on the quality and diversity of its educational resources. Teachers and trainers have validated 600 sequences that can be used both face-to-face and remotely, both technical (files of energy renovation projects for buildings representative of the French stock, implementation guides, etc.) and fun ( know-how, memo sheets, answers, etc.). To monitor the acquisition of skills by students, dashboards, assessment materials and self-assessment sheets are also available.
Two more modules available next year
In terms of activities, emphasis was placed on innovation to capture the maximum attention of young people. Teachers will therefore be able to use augmented reality applications, interactive games or 360° immersions, tools already validated by the pilot session held in May 2022 in Dijon.
The program is now preparing the next steps: the deployment of the training modules throughout the territory, then the provision, in the course of 2024, of the next two modules, the design of which has already begun. They will relate to the diagnostic energy renovation and the design of rehabilitation work programs.