After a year of 2020 rich in news, notably punctuated by the release of new training modules, the renewal of the program until June 2022, the entry of the Ministry of Labor, Employment and Integration, FEEBAT announces a an ambitious year 2021, marked by new challenges in the service of training in energy renovation.
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