Sustainability has long been more than just a trend in the construction and real estate industry. It is a fundamental prerequisite for creating a sustainable built environment. Individuals and companies who specialise in sustainability issues now have a future-proof growth market. Their expertise is in demand as never before. In this context, an understanding of the market and the current issues affecting it is crucial. In order to be able to act and make decisions, sound knowledge is required at various levels.
The annual programme for 2024 will be published shortly.
Following the motto "Learning from and with experts ... and shaping the future sustainably", our seminars provide you with condensed specialist knowledge on key aspects of sustainable planning, construction and operation.
In each seminar, we focus on a very specific application or issue so that you can apply the knowledge you have gained directly in practice. Interactive elements and time for further informal discussion afterwards allow you to interact and network with the speakers and other participants. The training courses are designed independently of DGNB certification and are suitable for both construction and real estate professionals and those with a general interest.
DGNB Certification experts receive DGNB further education points for their licence.
2023, we focus on five key sustainable building topics: Building in Climate Change, Biodiversity & People, Carbon Neutral Buildings, Urban Future and Circular Construction. The knowledge you gain will help you make an active contribution to the sustainable planning, construction and operation of individual buildings or entire cities.
The majority of the seminars take place online, once in the first half of the year and once in the second half of the year. This gives you flexibility in terms of location and allows you to choose the date that best suits your calendar. All seminars are held in German.
Through cooperation with other educational institutions, we are spreading the knowledge about a sustainable built environment.
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