Work-linked training courses

The work-linked training at the Université Savoie Mont Blanc makes it possible to combine a theoretical learning phase in one of its training structures with a practical learning phase in a company. There are two types of contracts for work-study training: the apprenticeship contract and the professionalization contract.

Nearly 70 work-study programs are offered to more than 1,000 students at the Université Savoie Mont Blanc. These courses cover different levels of diplomas.

Find out more about the work-linked training courses at the University of Savoie Mont Blanc:

 

Download the USMB catalogue of work-study training courses 2018-2019

 

THE APPRENTICESHIP CONTRACT

It is aimed at young people between 16 and 25 years of age (unless otherwise specified). It is a fixed-term employment contract, from 12 to 36 months depending on the diploma prepared.

The apprentice

They are trained with the aim of obtaining an approved diploma or title and acquire a first significant professional experience. He is subject to the same rules and benefits as all employees. As an employee of the company, he receives a remuneration calculated on a percentage of the minimum wage or the contractual minimum (some collective agreements or branch agreements provide for a higher remuneration).

The employer

He is required to provide the apprentice's vocational training in the company. He entrusts him with activities, defined between the educational manager of the establishment and his apprentice master, in accordance with the profession concerned and the diploma prepared. The salary paid to the apprentice is totally or partially exempt from employer contributions. The company receives financial assistance.

 

THE PROFESSIONALIZATION CONTRACT

It is aimed at all young people between 16 and 25 years of age and job seekers over 26 years of age. Its purpose is to facilitate professional integration or reintegration through the acquisition of a qualification recognised by the State and/or the professional branch. The employment contract can be for a fixed period, for a period of 6 to 12 months (or up to 24 months in some cases). It can also be for an indefinite period, in which case the professionalization action (work-linked training) is for a maximum of 24 months.

The alternating

He is subject to the same rules and benefits as all employees. As an employee of the company, he receives a remuneration calculated on a percentage of the minimum wage or the contractual minimum (some collective agreements or branch agreements provide for a higher remuneration).

The employer

He is required to ensure the vocational training of the student in the company. A tutor is appointed to welcome and guide the student in the company. He entrusts him with activities that are consistent with the job in question and the diploma being prepared. The company benefits from a reimbursement of the training costs of the alternate on the basis of an hourly rate or a fixed price defined by the Approved Collector Organization (OPCA) to which it belongs.

 

CONTACTS

Are you a company looking for an alternation?

Mail : formation.continue@univ-smb.fr

Tel: +33 (0)4 50 09 22 45

 

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

Service Communitaire Universitaire d'Information, d'Orientation et d'Insertion Professionnelle (SCUIO-IP)

Mail : service.orientation@univ-smb.fr

Tel: +33 (0)4 79 75 94 83 /