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« Full time study versus vocational training in France » EGIN Seminar/Rotterdam 03 November 2011 Valida MECHRI GROUPE IGS. Professional education (CAP, BP, Bac Pro, BTS Licence Pro, Ingénieur…). University education. over 18. From16 up to 18. Secondary education. From 11 up to 15.

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« Full time study versus vocational training in France »

EGIN Seminar/Rotterdam 03 November 2011

Valida MECHRI

GROUPE IGS


Professional education(CAP, BP, Bac Pro, BTS

Licence Pro, Ingénieur…)

University education

over 18

From16

up to 18

Secondary education

From 11

up to 15

Compulsory secondary education

From 4

up to

10

Primary education

Les parcours de formation dans le système éducatif français

The different training pathways in the French educational system


The diplomas of the professional education in France

Levels I, II, III

Access to

apprenticeship

BTS

Licence

Ingénieur

Master

Doctorat

Level IV

Mentions complémentaires

BP

Bac

professionnel

in 3 years

Level V

Access to

apprenticeship

CAP


Two possible training pathways in professional education


Full time study:

Training in

Lycée professionnel

Status: school

525 hours of

placement

within the 2 years

Apprenticeship:

Training in both

the company

and in the (CFA)

Status: employee

From 925

up to 1,200 working hours

in a company

per year


Company

CFA/vocational training center

Apprenticeship: a specific contract

Apprenticeshipcontract

Young adult aged

16 or up to 25


Who can provide training for apprentices?

  • A CFA (Centre de Formation pour Apprentis)

  • A private institution (an association, a company…)

  • A chamber of commerce and industry

  • A chamber of crafts

  • State organisations (comprehensiveschools, universities…)


How does a CFA work?

  • It gets subsidies from the Regionalcouncil

  • It collects back the apprenticeship taxes paid by the partnercompanies


A CFA has to:

  • Provide the apprenticewith a free and appropriate training

  • Be involved in the follow-up of the apprentice

  • Be constantly in touch and workcloselywith the partnercompanies (absences)

  • Inform the apprentice about his/herrightslegal-wise

  • Prepare the apprentice to the exam

  • Ensure high graduation rates


The apprentice has to:

  • Be fullyinvolved in the position held in the company

  • Respect the companypolicy and its code of conduct

  • Respect the rules of the training center

  • Carry out the tasksdictated by the employer

  • Act as an employee

  • Take the final exam


The working hours of an apprentice:

Age

Hours per day

Hours per week

Days off per week

Under 18

8h max

35h max

2 consecutive days

18 and over

10h max

35h + overtime

minimum 1 day


Salary of an apprentice

Percentage of the French minimum legal wage


The role of the Regional Councils in the apprenticeship system

  • To define the apprenticeshipmap of trainings in the region

  • To Provide the CFA with a financial help

  • To support the employerswithfinancial subsidies (€1,000 per year)


The role of the government

in the apprenticeship system

  • To support financially the employers by grantingthem the exemption

  • of social security and employers’contribution, as well as taxcredit

  • minimum €600/per apprentice


Now a few figures in the Rhône-Alps region in 2010…

  • 61 regional CFAs

  • 40,670 apprentices

  • About 75 % get a job

  • €200M in organisation expenses and investment (12% of the regional budget)


Four sectors of activities are stronglyrepresented in apprenticeship in the Rhône-Alpsregion


Age groups

6000

5000

I

LEVELS

4000

II

III

3000

IV

V

2000

1000

-16

ans

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

+26 ans


Gender groups


In 2011:

  • About 550,000 apprentices

  • About 50,000 youngadultsleftschool

  • Nowapprenticeshipisseen as a means to go for furthereducation


Thank you for your attention !


GROUPE IGS LYON

Valida MECHRI

Student Mobility Supervisor/EU Programs

[email protected]

Tel : 00 33 4 72 85 71 61


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