EDUCAÇÃO CONTINUADA EM ENGENHARIA PARA A QUALIFICAÇÃO PROFISSIONAL: O PROGRAMA DE INDICADORES DE DESEMPENHO DE TECNOLOGIAS CONSTRUTIVAS DA COMUNIDADE DA CONSTRUÇÃO

Alberto Casado Lordsleem Jr, Suenne Andressa Correia Pinho

Abstract


DOI: 10.14684/intertech.13.2014.290-294

Continuing education for professional qualifications is responsible for improving skills to meet the current challenges of the world, is an important complement to the formal education of engineers. Professional qualifications are attributes obtained by individuals to the development or improvement of skills in order to better carry out their tasks. In this context, the Construction Community of Recife city in Brazil, coordinated by the Brazilian Association of Portland Cement - ABCP, promoted with professionals of the construction companies the indicators program of construction technologies based on cement or PROGRIDE. This work aims to show the development and implementation of PROGRIDE. The methodology considered the establishment of standard indicators, program implementation and analysis of results. As a contribution, emphasize the dissemination of knowledge for engineers who form the Construction Community and the creation of a collaborative environment among the companies participating in this initiative.

Index Terms - Continuing education, Professional qualification, construction community, construction technologies.


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