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Par admin pemille, publié le vendredi 10 novembre 2017 09:20 - Mis à jour le mercredi 29 août 2018 14:46
Clément de Pémille Secondary School for Vocational Training has launched a plan of European openness for the students preparing a BTEC National in Commerce, Sales Representation, Car and Motorbike Mechanics and the students preparing a Higher National Diploma in Jewellery Design.    
Erasmus+ for high school students
  • During the school year 2017-2018 our school applied for an Erasmus+ KA 102 grant for a project called GROOVE "Graulhet: Opportunities and Openness to Employability". This project has received a positive reception and a grant of 59901 euros has been allocated to enable the mobility of 28 students, 4 escorts and 11 staff members over a period of 2 years (the project being valid until 14/09/2020).

  • Some students will have the opportunity to complete a one-month internship in a country of the European Union.

  • Some staff members will get some training in shadowing a foreign colleague and studying new practices or will undertake a mission of teaching.

  • The school partners are both schools or companies over 8 destinations:
    - Spain : Training centre Atlántico,S.L.  in Vigo ; Institute "José Luis Tejada Peluffo" in El Puerto de Santa María.
    - Portugal : Vocational school Doalto Lima in Arcos de Valvedez ; Vocational school of Minho in Braga
    - Belgium : company « Le shop » in Brussels
    - United Kingdom : Jewellery workshop of Catherine Marché ;  Motorcycle Giant garage in London
    - Ireland : jewellery workshop « Mellissa Curry Design » in Dublin
    - Romania : Technological college  "Gheorghe Sincai" in Tirgu Mures
    - Turkey : Vocational high school Fevziye Tezcan in Kartepe  
    - Sweden : we are still looking for partners

  • Moreover thanks to the grant allocated by the region for the project Occit’avenir,14 students from Commerce and Sales representation classes will travel to Spain from 15 to 18/01/2019 in order to meet our partners and discover the region before 4 of them begin their internship.

Erasmus+ for higher education students

We obtained the Erasmus+ Higher Education Charter in 2017.

  • As the Applied Arts reform started at the same time, we have preferred to wait until the expectations of the new DN MADE diploma were clarified to submit an ERASMUS + application file for higher education.
  • If our application is accepted, our students will be able to complete an internship or a study period in a European country and thus validate part of their training abroad, which is strongly recommended in the new programs.
  • In the same way we will be able to welcome foreign students pursuing the same objective. For this purpose we are currently looking for partners.