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Work-linked training

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Since 2016, IMPGT has gradually introduced Work-linked training in some of its courses.

The Work-linked defines a rhythm of study and a mode of transmission. It is characterized by a succession of periods of acquisition of knowledge: at the IMPGT and in the field, in a reception structure. Itis a real gateway to employment and professional integration by allowing students to obtain a diploma, while training for a job in immersion in the life and culture of the company/administration.

The Work-linked training at the IMPGT is deployed in different forms, which respond to the same objective, that of increasing the student's skills by combining work in a company/administration and theoretical training:

  • apprenticeship contract
  • professionalisation contract
  • internship agreement

Advantages of work-linked training

For the student

Work-linked training allows the student to :

  • choose a high level diploma course that meets the needs of companies from a wide choice of professions
  • benefit from high-quality personalised follow-up throughout the training course by the Apprentice Master / Company Tutor and the University Tutor
  • study at the University while gaining a first experience in the workplace
  • be financially self-sufficient and start contributing for their future (retirement, unemployment).
  • to be operational as soon as he finishes his studies and to enable him to make many contacts.

For the company / administration

The work-linked is an opportunity for the company / administration of :

  • to test a future collaborator in pedagogical progression, in a pre-employment strategy.
  • make the choice of investing in training for the future
  • enter into partnership with the University and make its needs heard there
  • to have a pool of highly skilled candidates for its future recruitment needs.
  • anticipate retirements while ensuring the maintenance and transfer of skills.
  • develop partnerships to optimise its territorial influence and attractiveness.
  • brand your employer
  • benefit from financial aid and exemption from social security contributions

Apprenticeship contract

The apprentice has a double status of student - employee.

As such he signs an employment contract with an employer (in the form of a CERFA) while retaining access to the services set up by the university (CROUS) and, under certain conditions of resources, to family benefits (CAF) or social benefits (unemployment). He or she contributes towards his or her retirement.

They also benefit from support from the CFA (assistance with permits, initial equipment, etc.). The IMPGT's partner in the management of apprenticeship contracts is the CFA EPURE Méditerranée.

  • Who can benefit from an apprenticeship contract?

    Any student up to the age of 30 (29 years old).

    Some people can sign a contract of apprenticeship beyond this age limit for :

    • Apprentices wishing to sign a new contract in order to access a higher level of diploma than the one obtained,
    • persons with the recognition of a disabled worker,
    • persons with a project to create or take over a business requiring the diploma or title in question
    • top athletes.
  • What remuneration in an apprenticeship contract?

    Remuneration under an apprenticeship contract is guaranteed by a salary scale(updated scale):

    SITUATION 18-20 years old 21-25 years old 26 years and over
    Grade 1 43% of the minimum wage, i.e. €661.95 53% of the minimum wage, i.e. 815.9%. 100% of the minimum wage, i.e. 1539.42€.
    2nd year 51% of the minimum wage, i.e. 785.10€. 61% of the minimum wage, i.e. €939.04 100% of the minimum wage, i.e. 1539.42€.
  • With what type of structure to sign an apprenticeship contract?

    The apprenticeship contract can be signed with a private or public sector structure.

    How is the cost of training covered?

    • Private structure: forall or part by the OPCOs (a prior request can be addressed to them).
    • Public structure: from own funds with financial assistance from the CNFPT for local authorities and public establishments (Decree No. 2020-786 of 26 June 2020, art. 2).

Contacts

Alternating on an apprenticeship contract :

Rim Dupuis
Apprenticeship Development Officer - Bachelor's Program (Year 3) / Master's degree programs : MESS (Year 1-2) and ANMT (Year 2)
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Patricia Vicario
Apprenticeship Development Officer - Master's degree programs : MDOMOC (Year 1-2)

Professionalisation Contract

The trainee has a double status of student - employee.

As such, they sign a fixed-term or permanent employment contract with an employer (in the form of a CERFA) while retaining access to the services set up by the university (CROUS) as well as, under certain conditions of resources, to family benefits (CAF) or social benefits (unemployment). He or she contributes towards his or her retirement.

This contract must be sent to the OPCO within 5 days of its signature.The missions and the reception structure must be validated by the person in charge of the training course.

Contact

Alternating on a professionalization contract :

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Céline Car Oberlin
Chair of Continuing Professional Development

Internship agreement

The student can follow a work-study program by signing an internship agreement. The agreement determines the framework of the mission and must be signed by the 3 parties concerned:

  • the student trainee,
  • the host company/administration,
  • IMPGT (Aix-Marseille University)

The missions and the host structure must be validated by the person in charge of the training course.

  • How much is the internship bonus?

    The bonus shall be paid if, during the same academic year, the duration of the traineeship is longer:

    • Either 2 consecutive months (or the equivalent of 44 days at 7 hours per day)
    • Either from the 309th hour of training, even if it is not continuous.

    Below these duration thresholds, the host organisation is not obliged to pay a bonus.

    The amount of the bonus must be indicated on the traineeship agreement. The hourly rate of the bonus is at least €3.90 per hour of the internship, corresponding to 15% of the hourly social security ceiling (i.e. €26 x 0.15) until 31/12/2020. From 1 January 2021, the amount must be in line with the rate in force for the calendar year 2021.

Contacts

Contact the education manager of the course concerned.

The IMPGT's open work-linked training courses

Public Administration - Speciality Public Management Year 3

  • Initial or continuing training
  • Aix-en-provence
  • Standard rhythm or work-linked training

In continuity with L2, L3 gives a global and sectoral vision of contemporary public management, allows to deepen the management tools and to discover the sectors of activity which prefigure the orientation in Master.

Master's degree program year 1 - Law and management of cultural organisations & events

  • Initial or continuing training
  • Aix-en-provence
  • Work-linked training

This Master's degree is aimed at individuals wishing to acquire a dual managerial and legal skill, with a focus on the arts, culture and creativity.

Master's degree program year 2 - Law and management of cultural organisations & events

  • Initial or continuing training
  • Aix-en-provence
  • work-linked training

This 2nd year of the MDOMC Master's degree is intended for individuals wishing to acquire a dual managerial and legal skill, with a focus on the arts, culture and creativity.

Master's degree program year 1 - Health and social establishments management

  • Initial or continuing training
  • Aix-en-provence
  • work-linked training*

This Master's degree is in line with the necessary evolution of the health and social sector by training in management and leadership in this same sector, while defending its human values.
* With internship agreement only

Master's degree program year 2 - Health and social establishments management

  • Initial or continuing training
  • Aix-en-provence
  • work-linked training
  • Eduniversal Ranking: 12th

This second year of the Master MESS is part of the necessary evolution of the health and social sector by training in management and leadership in the same sector, while defending its human values.

Master's degree program year 2 - Attractiveness and New Place Marketing

  • Initial or continuing training
  • Aix-en-provence
  • work-linked training

In continuity with the M1 Public Management, it aims to acquire the fundamentals and concepts necessary for the implementation of territorial attractiveness & territorial marketing approaches.