Vocational Training plays a crucial role in this sustainable human development. It will be executed under a production model based on the efficient use of existing resources, broadly and comprehensively, as support for a sustainable economy that we have the obligation to build, for our own benefit and for the benefit of future generations.
At Tknika, we are working on creating work environments that clearly believe in Sustainable Human Development, and with the different Vocational Training families, we are working toward achieving the 17 Sustainable Development goals established worldwide for 2015 through 2030.
1 – End of poverty
2 – Zero hunger
3 – Health and well-being
4 – Quality education
5 – Gender equality
6 – Clean water and sanitation
7 – Affordable and non-polluting energy
8 – Decent work and economic growth
9 – Industry, innovation and infrastructure
10 – Inequality reduction
11 – Sustainable cities and communities
12 – Responsible consumption and production
13 – Actions for the climate
14 – Underwater life
15 – Life of terrestrial ecosystem
16 – Solid peace, justice and institutions
17 – Alliances to achieve the goals
To this end, the following lines of work have been established, associated with the professional families below, that work on the following projects or areas of specialisation, with the following work or network method:
BIOECONOMICS NETWORKS APPLIED TO VOCATIONAL TRAINING
SMART GREEN BUILDINGS PLATFORM-SMART SUSTAINABILITY
Network of Bioeconomics Applied to Vocational Training, which, out of all training activities, encourages applied innovation and research, obtaining products and services, generating economic value, and using resources of biological origin in an efficient and sustainable way as fundamental elements.
Smart Green Buildings Platform-Smart Sustainability, applied to Vocational Training. Multi-disciplinary forum for the interrelation and exchange of knowledge and experiences between all professional families (Construction, Wood and Furniture, Power, Environmental Health in relation to Smart and Sustainable Buildings).
Multidisciplinary forum to interrelate and exchange knowledge and experiences between all professional families and companies, technological centres, universities and players from the Basque Network of Science, Technology and Innovation related to Health, Environmental Sustainability and Biosciences.
Drawing support from the capability and experience of centres in developing projects and the knowledge surrounding them, we develop projects designed to meet their environmental needs, as well as the needs of innovation itself.
Tknika participates in selecting projects to be developed from the centres, and we take charge of monitoring them, as well as of guaranteeing all of their transfer objectives. In addition to proposing the projects to be carried out on an annual basis, the centres are responsible for executing them and their roll-out.
These are the projects currently carried out at the centres