Alternation and funding

The E.S.P.R.I.T Industries Campus allows students enrolled in our courses to follow their studies in the form of alternation, thus promoting their professional integration. The alternation allows to combine theoretical training in school and practical training in business on rhythms specific to each training.

 

WHY CHOICE THE ALTERNANCE?

The alternating training period allows:

Prepare a title as part of a professionalized course.

The training is based on a controlled progression of teachings and professional situations entrusted to trainees

Diversifying teaching methods

This pedagogical system makes the trainee more involved in his training insofar as there is a permanent link between professional situations and the teachings in which he participates.

Accelerating the development of maturity

The exercise of professional activities allows the intern to acquire elements of social responsibility more quickly.

Facilitate further employment

To the extent that the employer has appreciated the intern, in many cases he will wish to keep him in his staff.

Our alternating programs are eligible for the apprenticeship contract and/or the professionalisation contract. These two types of (employment) contracts combine theoretical training in our educational institution with practical training in business. They pursue the same training objective, but have specific application methods.

 

The apprenticeship contract

contract

Fixed-term or indeterminate employment contract, signed by the apprentice and the employer (a company domiciled in France only). It lasts 1 and 3 years and ends with the professional designation registered with the RNCP or the diploma prepared. CerfA Form No. 10103-04 / FA13a and CERFA Notice No. 50032-04 / FA14a.

remuneration

Depending on the seniority of the contract and the age of the apprentice, the minimum salary is between 53% and 78% of the SMIC, and preserves all the benefits related to the status of employee. PUBLIC Young people aged 16 to 25 included.

financing

The company pays the apprentice's tuition fees, via the Apprenticeship Tax. With the agreement of the Region, in the event that the Apprenticeship Tax does not cover tuition fees, a financial partnership agreement will be signed between the company and the CFA, in order to complete the differential between the amount of the tax available and the published on the prefectural list. The E.S.P.R.I.T Industries Campus helps in the development of the file with students and businesses.

Business Apprenticeship Tax Relationships: Ingrid MARSOLLIER Project Manager Business Relations imarsollier.esli@campus-redon-industries.com

Tutoring

The master of learning is obligatory appointed to the company. Its mission is to contribute to the acquisition by the apprentice in the company of the skills corresponding to the qualification sought and the title or diploma prepared, in conjunction with the CFA.

AIDES TO EMPLOYEURS

Under conditions, aid and exemptions from various charges can be allocated. Benefits are also provided to encourage companies to recruit people with disabilities on apprenticeship contracts http://www.agefiph.fr

For more information:

https://www.service-public.fr/particuliers/vosdroits/F2918

http://travail-emploi.gouv.fr/formation-professionnelle/se-former-en-alternance/l-apprentissage-160/contrat-apprentissage

 

The professionalisation contract

public

Young people aged 16 to 25.

Job seekers aged 26 and over, registered at the Employment Centre.

contract

This employment contract may be of a fixed or indeterminate period, so we can speak on a case-by-case basis about a CDD or a CDI. Concluded for a period of 6 to 12 months, or even 24 months by conventional provisions. The student becomes an employee of the company. CERFA Form 12434-01 / EJ 20.

remuneration

The alternator is paid, between the ages of 21 and 26, at least 80% of the SMIC. After the age of 26, the remuneration is equal to 85% of the conventional minimum wage of the branch, without being able to be less than 100% of the SMIC.

financing

The training is funded – fully or partially – by the OPCA (Certified Joint Collector Organization), according to terms and criteria specific to each professional branch. If partial funding by OPCA, the company agrees to take over the delta.

The E.S.P.R.I.T Industries Campus helps in the development of the file with students and businesses.

Tutoring

The employer must assign a tutor to each employee on a professionalisation contract. The chosen person must be voluntary and have at least 2 years of professional experience in a qualification in relation to the objective of professionalization.

AIDES TO EMPLOYEURS

Under conditions, aid and exemptions from various charges can be allocated. Benefits are also provided to encourage companies to recruit people with disabilities on professionalization contracts http://www.agefiph.fr

Additional information:

http://travail-emploi.gouv.fr/formation-professionnelle/se-former-en-alternance/le-contrat-de-professionnalisation/article/le-contrat-de-professionnalisation

https://www.service-public.fr/particuliers/vosdroits/F15478

 

Regional aid for job seekers

The E.S.P.R.I.T.Industries Campus also assists candidates in their efforts to benefit from one of the Regional Council's aids: http://www.formation-industries-bretagne.fr/pole-formation-bretagne/glossaire.html

It meets the Bretagne Formation Programme (BPF), the constituent of the Regional Public Training Service, which provides qualification opportunities for those wishing to train on the Level II Logistics Manager (Bac-4) designation.
http://www.formation.gref-bretagne.com/rechOrgForm/ficheForm.asp?hiFOR_ID=30353

Contact: Marie-Hélène ABBANE, Head of Continuing Education mabbane.esli@campus-redon-industries.com

 

Retraining funding

  • Professional Security Contract
  • Reclassification Leave
  • Pre-Recruitment Training Action
  • Operational preparation for employment
  • Individual Training Leave

 

Funding for company employees

  • Individual Training Leave
  • Period of professionalization
  • Company training plan

 

Contact development candidates students
Nadège Gouaillier, Head of Recruitment and Student Network
ngouaillier.esli@campus-redon-industries.com
Tel: '33(0) 2 99 71 60 21

Contact employees and job seekers
Marie-Hélène Abbane, Head of Continuing Education and Business Relations
mabbane.esli@campus-redon-industries.com
Tel: '33(0) 2 99 71 60 25

Contact business relations
Ingrid Marsollier, Business Relations Project Manager
imarsollier.esli@campus-redon-industries.com
Direct Line: '33(0) 2 23 10 04 11