CLIMMAR Working GroupsThere are 4 Working Groups active within CLIMMAR. Each working groups is responsible for initiating and advising on one or more specific activities. In each Working Group several membercountries are involved. The supervison over the activities is done by the President or one of his Vice-Presidents.
Working Group 1 > Climmar Indentity and Core Value
Common, carried and internalized vision and strategy of CLIMMAR with which the sector acquires respect, is economically successful and members experience added value.
A vision document with a detailed mission, ambition, goals, activities and time plan for the period 2015-2018 that is recognized by the members and actively supported.
The Netherlands, Denmark, Czech Republic, Latvia > under supervision of President Erik Hogervorst
Gerard Heering > email@example.com
Working Group 2 > Climmar Services
There are market statistics for all members, with 75% of the members actively participating in 2015
Increase of participants in existing market statistics up to 90% of the members.
Development and provision of information and monitor on new market statistics that meet requests and expectations.
Germany, Sweden, Austria, Hungary > under supervision of Vice- President Ludger Gude
Ulrich Beckschulte > firstname.lastname@example.org
Working Group 3 > Climmar Lobby
Sharing of common objectives, with external stakeholders in the sector. Discussion meeting with external stakeholders on a regular basis with a clear agenda.
Climmar known as a respected and recognized partner in the lobby activities towards EU rgulations and legislation.
Contribution of added value for the member organizations of Climmar
UK, Poland, Luxembourg, Denmark > under supervision of President Erik Hogervorst
Erik Hogervorst > Erik@wouthogervorst.nl
Working Group 4 > Climmar Branch Development
Increase quantity and quality of inflow of young people into the branch. Develop staff to the required qualification levels. Develop dealer manufacturer relations to increase profitability.
Development of participation of 80% of the member organisations into EuroSkills competion in 2018.
Initiation of a educational improvement plan for members.
Increasing participation into the DSI by 90% of the members in 2016.
France, Switzerland, Italy , Belgium, Slovakia > under the supervision of Vice-President Joost Merckx
For Education & Training: vacancy
For Dealer Satisfaction Index: Anne Fradier > email@example.com