Work-linked training at USMB

Nearly 80 sandwich courses are offered to almost 1,500 students atUniversité Savoie Mont Blanc. These courses cover different levels of diplomas.

Work-linked training allows to combine a theoretical learning phase in a learning phase in a academics and a practical learning phase practical training in a company. There are two types of types of contracts for a academics work-linked the apprenticeship contract and the professional the professional training contract.


Our work-linked training courses

Catalogue 2021-2022


The apprenticeship contract

Which audiences?

Young people aged between 16 and 29;Certain groups may enter apprenticeship beyond the age of 29.Some people can enter apprenticeships after the age of 29, includingSome people can enter apprenticeship beyond the age of 29, in particular beneficiaries of a Recognition as a Disabled Worker (RQTH). disabled worker (RQTH).

Which employers?

Companies in the following sectors commercial, industrial and agricultural sectorssector, as well as employers in the associative associations and the liberal professions;Employers in the non and commercial public sector (State, territorial and hospital State, territorial and hospital civil servicesand hospital public services, as well as public administrative establishments).

The apprentice :

He is training with the aim of obtaining a a diploma or a certified qualification anda first significant professional experience.experience. They are subject to the same same rules and benefits as all employees. same rules and benefits as all employees. He/she is paid a percentage of the a percentage of the minimum wage or the (certain agreements or collective collective agreements provide for higher higher remuneration).

The employer :

He is obliged to ensure the professional academics the apprentice's professional skills. He entrusts him with activities, defined between the school's educational manager and theand the apprentice master-and his apprentice supervisor, in line with the intended trade and the diploma being prepared. The salary paid to the the apprentice is totally or partially partially exempt from employer's contributions.


The professionalisation contract

Which audiences?

  • Young people aged 16 to 25
  • Jobseekers aged 26 years and over
  • Some specific groups can benefit from thebenefit from the professionalisation contract

Which employers?

Any employer subject to the financing of of the academics . The State, local authorities and their public administrative establishments may notestablishments may not conclude a professionalisation contract. contracts.

The alternator :

The alternating worker is subject to the same same rules and benefits as all employees.benefits as all employees. They receive remuneration calculated as a percentage of a percentage of the minimum wage or the (certain agreements or collective collective agreements provide for a higher higher remuneration). The cost of academics is borne by the company. by the company.

The employer :

He is obliged to ensure the professional academics the trainee's professional experience. A tutor is appointed to welcome and guide the work-study student in the company. He entrusts him with activities that are consistent with the trade concerned and the diploma being prepared.


Contacts

Are you a company looking for a work-study student?

Are you a student looking for a academics work-study program?


To know more about it

Wage cost simulator and aid granted, form forms Cerfa forms and notices, skills operator operator (OPCO): www.alternance.emploi.gouv.fr