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Study tour: «Housing management and energy efficient refurbishment in Germany»

The study tour for representatives of Technical Advisory Centres (TACs), NGOs and experts from post-soviet countries in Berlin continues educational activities in the framework of the EU-funded project HOME.   The study tour is organized by Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe (IWO), Berlin (Germany).   The visit in Berlin provides an opportunity to get information about German experience and to communicate directly with colleagues who work in the housing sector in Germany.   During the study tour, experts from Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Germany, Moldova and Ukraine will gain knowledge on the following topics: policy and results of the implementation of energy saving measures for administrative and residential...

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International conference «Initiatives for establishing an educational system and retraining of managers for residential houses and system for efficient information dissemination for house owners»

The Conference will be organized in Round Hall in Johannes Rau International Centre for Education and Exchange (http://ibb-minsk.by/en/educational-%D1%81enter/news/first-forum-working-youth-minsk-took-place-johannes-rau-international-centre), Prospect Gazety Pravda, 11 on 9th of November, 2016. The Conference is organized by Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe (IWO), Berlin (Germany), International Association of Real Estate Management (IAREM, Minsk) and Belarussian State Technological University (Minsk).   The housing sector is one of the primary concerns in post-soviet countries. The following key issues in the housing sector are needed for special focus: prevalence of joint households whose members are lack with enough information, skills and competencies for management and in most cases, low-income homeowners;...

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«Management in housing sector: forms, methods, best and unsuccessful practice»

Training workshop will be organized from 12.10 till 14.10.2016 in Chisinau in hotel «REGENCY”, 17, Sfatul Tarii street. The workshop is organized by NGO “Institute for Urban Development”, Chisinau (Republic of Moldova) and the Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe (IWO), Berlin (Germany).   The housing sector is one of the primary concerns in post-soviet countries. The following key issues in the housing sector are needed for special focus: prevalence of joint households whose members are lack with enough information, skills and competencies for management and in most cases, low-income homeowners; lack of a system of training of professional managers for joint...

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Saturday, 03 December 2016

The study tour for representatives of Technical Advisory Centres (TACs), NGOs and experts from post-soviet countries in Berlin continues educational activities in the framework of the EU-funded project HOME.

 

The study tour is organized by Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe (IWO), Berlin (Germany).

 

The visit in Berlin provides an opportunity to get information about German experience and to communicate directly with colleagues who work in the housing sector in Germany.

 

During the study tour, experts from Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Germany, Moldova and Ukraine will gain knowledge on the following topics:

  • policy and results of the implementation of energy saving measures for administrative and residential buildings in Germany;
  • practice of management of multistoried buildings;
  • practice of protection of the rights of house owners in multistoried buildings;
  • experience of cooperation with population on issues as modernization and energy efficient refurbishment;
  • development of a barrier-free environment and urban planning.

 

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International conference «Initiatives for establishing an educational system and retraining of managers for residential houses and system for efficient information dissemination for house owners» PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 07 November 2016

The Conference will be organized in Round Hall in Johannes Rau International Centre for Education and Exchange, Prospect Gazety Pravda, 11 on 9th of November, 2016. The Conference is organized by Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe (IWO), Berlin (Germany), International Association of Real Estate Management (IAREM, Minsk) and Belarussian State Technological University (Minsk).

 

The housing sector is one of the primary concerns in post-soviet countries. The following key issues in the housing sector are needed for special focus: prevalence of joint households whose members are lack with enough information, skills and competencies for management and in most cases, low-income homeowners; lack of a system of training of professional managers for joint households, including state managers; inefficient system for dissemination of information among house owners. The experience of European countries shows that the management of joint households if a difficult issue that requires professional managers, and owners with sufficient knowledge on the topic. The educational system for training of house managers and dissemination of information is established in European countries and homeowners get enough information on management of the houses, starting from school time, and understand their responsibility as owner.

 

Experts from Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Germany, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine will take part in the conference and will share experience of their countries on:

-       Existing housing management systems;

-       The history of establishing of the educational system for house managers (EU);

-       Established practices for training of house managers in post-soviet countries;

-       Existing practice on dissemination of information among house owners.

Active discussion of housing issues with involvement of experts from the post-Soviet countries and EU, will support the development of recommendations on creation of educational system for house managers and improvement of the informational system for house owners.

 

Representatives of diverse state and private institution will attend the conference: Ministry of Housing and Communal Services and the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Belarus, public communal enterprises "Customer Service", associations of property managers (HA and HCCC), construction companies, educational institutions, research institutes and non-profit housing associations from the EU and the CIS countries, professional managers of residential real estates in the EU.

 

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«Management in housing sector: forms, methods, best and unsuccessful practice» PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Training workshop will be organized from 12.10 till 14.10.2016 in Chisinau in hotel «REGENCY”, 17, Sfatul Tarii street. The workshop is organized by NGO “Institute for Urban Development”, Chisinau (Republic of Moldova) and the Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe (IWO), Berlin (Germany).

 

The housing sector is one of the primary concerns in post-soviet countries. The following key issues in the housing sector are needed for special focus: prevalence of joint households whose members are lack with enough information, skills and competencies for management and in most cases, low-income homeowners; lack of a system of training of professional managers for joint households, including state managers; inefficient system for dissemination of information among house owners. The experience of European countries shows that the management of joint households if a difficult issue that requires professional managers, and owners with sufficient knowledge on the topic. The educational system for training of house managers and dissemination of information is established in European countries and homeowners get enough information on management of the houses, starting from school time, and understand their responsibility as owner.


Experts from Azerbaijan, Belarus, Germany, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine will participate in the workshop. Experts will discuss diverse list of topics, related to the management on housing sector and will focus on the following issues:

 

  • Development and implementation of training programs for different groups of homeowners;
  • Current national reforms in housing sector;
  • Public involvement in decision-making process on the example of public councils in Belarus;
  • Development and implementation of funding programs for energy- efficiency improvement for residential buildings;
  • Forms, methods and existing practice of cooperation with apartment - / homeowners for creation of system of housing management;
  • Approaches for establishing an effective communication with homeowners.

 

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