Hausmeister (caretaker) – Necessary Skil...

Hausmeister (caretaker) – Necessary Skills and Responsibilities

On November 1, a three-day training was held on the topic of "Hausmeister (caretaker) – Necessary Skills and Responsibilities" in the Kutaisi office of CHCA, which was attended by young leaders living in IDP settlements. The training was led by German specialists. The training topics were based on the successful experience of the Housemaster’s role in Germany. The purpose was to share the Housemaster’s necessary skills and responsibilities to young Georgian future Housemasters in the Imereti region.
 
The training included various topics that are necessary for the Housemasters in order to successfully manage Homeowners' Associations (HOA).
 
The topics of the training were:
Components of housing provision
Installation of drinking water systems
Elements of heating systems and technologies
Solar thermal processes for promoting water and heating
Hydraulic balance
Electrical installation and fire protection
Basics of security liability
Inspections and team work commitments

The project is being implemented by “Housing Initiative for Eastern Europe” (IWO e.V), the European Education Center for Housing and Real Estate (EBZ), Charity Humanitarian Center “Abkhazeti” (CHCA), and the Education Development and Employment Center (EDEC) with support from the Federal Foreign Office of Germany. The project aims to provide trainings to internally displaced young people on housing issues and, based on German experience, prepare Hausmeisters for IDP settlements in Georgia. The ten best participants of the project will have a study visit in Germany to become familiar with the specifics of housing and local legislation of the country.

TBILISI
Tel.: +995 322 944 544
E-mail: pm@chca.org.ge

KUTAISI
Tel.: + 995 431 24 16 51
E-mail: kutaisi@chca.org.ge

GORI
Tel.: +995 370 27 34 84
E-mail: gori@chca.org.ge

ZUGDIDI
Tel.: +995 415 25 19 21
E-mail: zugdidi@chca.org.ge

TELAVI
Tel.: +995 599 862 298
E-mail: telavi@chca.org.ge

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