CESBA-MED Training Application Form
The project CESBA MED tested 10 case studies from all over Europe. A common sustainability assessment framework at an urban scale was selected after the testing phase. This supports the development of energy efficiency plans for public buildings in the context of their surrounding neighbourhood. These training courses are a way to transfer the knowledge acquired from the testing phase of the project.

The training courses are split into two. The first course is aimed for decision-makers, while the second course is aimed towards engineers and architects.

Once your application is through you will receive a link to our platform where you would be able to access these presentations.



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The University of Malta is the data controller of the personal information you will provide in this application form, and is committed to processing such data in accordance with all applicable data protection legislation, including the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679, the ‘GDPR’) and the Data Protection Act (Chapter 586, Laws of Malta).

Our Data Protection Officer (‘DPO’) may be reached on dpo@um.edu.mt or +356 2340 3233.

Our processing of your personal data is based on Article 6 (1) (f) GDPR and is carried out in furtherance of our legitimate interests to offer you the relevant training courses under the auspices of the CESBA-MED Project and for all purposes ancillary to this, including for reporting and statistical purposes.

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The personal information provided below will be retained until the end of the CESBA-MED Project. Personal information may nonetheless be retained for any longer period as required in the event of a complaint and/or for the defence, exercise and/or establishment of legal claims.

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