Handbook: Round Table - Industry & Government Driving National Capacity Building
The discussion handbook will be used to help participants gain an understanding of the project and begin a dialogue with participants leading up to the CRCLCL Participant Forum in November 2014.
Aim of the session: To engage industry practitioners, government policy makers, education providers and researchers in a co-creation session to initiate the development of an advice framework and long-term implementation guide.
Background: In 2013, ASBEC released the Sustainability Skills Collaboration Framework. The round table looks to explore a set of impediments, incentives and international examples aimed at developing a long-term implementation framework to increase policy and program consistency, participation, and recognition of sustainability programs across the whole building process in Australia.
Authors: Dr Alexis Esposto and Tomi Winfree, Swinburne University of Technology