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Training and apprenticeship

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The alternation defines a rhythm of study and a mode of transmission. It is characterized by a succession of periods of knowledge acquisition at the FDSP and in the field, in a host structure.

Concerned about the professional integration of its students, the FDSP has, in the space of 10 years, more than tripled the number of its work-study programs, as well as its enrolment, which now exceeds 600 students.

Combining theoretical teaching and professional application, these 17 excellent courses, present in Aix-en-Provence and Marseille, at the Bachelor's and Master's level, allow students to acquire real experience that will facilitate their integration into the world of work.

In collaboration with the Epure Méditerranée inter-university CFA and the professional branches, the FDSP offers a variety of career opportunities ranging from insurance to banking, including environmental and corporate governance, real estate, taxation, accounting, urban planning, and transportation.

The deployment of ISO 9001 certification for work-study courses is a real guarantee of quality, as is already the case for the Master's degree in Banking Law and Asset Management,

Not only does work-study training constitute a real gateway to employment and professional integration for students, but it also contributes to the economic development of our region.

  • For the student

    The work-study program allows the student to :

    • choose a high-level diploma course that meets the needs of companies from a wide range of professions
    • benefit from a personalized quality follow-up throughout the training by the Apprentice Master / Company Tutor and the University Tutor
    • study at the University while gaining initial experience in the workplace
    • to be financially independent and to start contributing to your future (retirement, unemployment).
    • to be operational as soon as they finish their studies and enable them to make numerous contacts
  • For the company

    The work-study program is an opportunity for the company to :

    • test a future employee in educational progress, as part of a pre-hiring strategy
    • make the choice of investing in training for the future
    • enter into a partnership with the University and make its needs heard
    • have a pool of highly skilled candidates for future recruitment needs.
    • anticipate retirements while ensuring the maintenance and transfer of skills.
    • develop partnerships to optimize its territorial influence and attractiveness
    • enhance its employer brand
    • benefit from financial aid and exemption from social security contributions

Apprenticeship contract

The apprentice has a double status of student - employee (initial training).

As such, they sign an 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 resource conditions, to family benefits (CAF) or social benefits (unemployment).
They have all the rights and duties of a company employee and contribute to their pension.

Apprentices are exempt from paying university tuition fees, in accordance with the French Labour Code.

They also receive support from the CFA (help with their driving licence, first equipment, etc.). The FDSP's partner in managing apprenticeship contracts is the CFA EPURE Méditerranée.

The student is accompanied throughout his or her contract by a university tutor when in training and by an apprenticeship master when in the company.

  • Who can benefit from an apprenticeship contract?

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

    Certain groups may sign an apprenticeship contract 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,
    • people who are recognised as disabled workers,
    • people who have a project to create or take over a company requiring the diploma or title in question
    • high-level athletes.
  • What is the remuneration for an apprenticeship contract?

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

    SITUATION

    18-20 years old

    21-25 years old

    1st year

    43% of the SMIC

    53% of the SMIC

    2nd year

    51% of the SMIC

    61% of the SMIC

  • What type of structure should I sign an apprenticeship contract with?

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

    How is the cost of the training paid for?

    • Private structure: all or part of the cost is covered by the professional branch OPCOs (a prior request can be sent to them)
    • Public structure: from its own funds. In 2021, financial assistance from the CNFPT for local authorities and public establishments (Decree n°2020-786 of 26 June 2020 art. 2).

Professionalization contract

The work-study student has dual status as a student and employee (continuing education).

The work-study contract is concluded in the form of a fixed-term contract of 6 to 12 months (which can be extended) or a permanent 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, subject to certain resource conditions, to family (CAF) or social (unemployment) benefits. They have all the rights and duties of a company employee and contribute to their pension.

He/she is exempt from paying university tuition fees, in accordance with the Labour Code.

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

  • Who can benefit from a professionalization contract?

    There is no age limit for the professionalization contract.

  • What is the remuneration for a professional training contract?

    Remuneration under a professionalization contract is guaranteed by a salary scale:

    Situation

    Holder of a general baccalaureate

    Holder of a technological or professional baccalaureate

    - 21 years old

    55% of the SMIC

    65% of the SMIC

    21-25 years old

    70% of the SMIC

    80% of the SMIC

    26 years and over

    At least 100% of the SMIC or 85% of the Convention Minimum Wage

    At least 100% of the SMIC or 85% of the Convention Minimum Wage

  • What type of structure should I sign a professionalization contract with?

    A professionalisation contract can be concluded with any type of private employer, except for private individuals. Groups of employers, temporary work companies and seasonal employers are not excluded from the scheme.

    Please note that public employers are not concerned by this type of contract, i.e.: the State, local authorities, public administrative establishments (EPA), such as hospitals or high schools.

    How is the cost of the training paid for?
    By the professional branch OPCO. Possible help from the State (in 2021).

In collaboration with the inter-university CFA Epure Méditerranée, the FDSP and the professional branches offer a large number of diploma courses through work-study programmes.

  • Professional degrees (BAC+3)

    Aix-en-Provence Campus

    LP Real Estate Professions in Construction and Property Management
    Director: Elodie OOSTERLYNCK
    Administrative referent: Eleonora DE OLIVEIRA(eleonora.de-oliveira@univ-amu.fr)

    LP Notary Professions
    Director: Elodie OOSTERLYNCK
    Administrative referent: Isabelle GENISSON(imn.aixenprovence@notaires.fr)

    LP Métiers du notariat : Tax Accountant
    Director: Elodie OOSTERLYNCK
    Administrative referent: Isabelle GENISSON(imn.aixenprovence@notaires.fr)

    Marseille Campus

    Training provided at the Grand Port Maritime de Marseille

    LP Management and Law of Maritime Transport
    Head: Cyril BLOCH
    Administrative referent: Marjorie VIAL(marjorie.vial@univ-amu.fr)

  • Masters (BAC+4 and 5)

    Aix-en-Provence Campus

    MASTER OF BANKING AND FINANCIAL LAW - Banking procedures and professional markets course)
    Director: Philippe MAITRE
    Administrative referent: Nourifet GUIDOUZ(nourifet.guidouz@univ-amu.fr)

    Marseille Canebière Campus

    MASTER in Banking and Financial Law - Banking and Asset Management Law (ISO 9001 certified)
    Director: Virginie MERCIER
    Administrative referent: Laure JANET(master.banque.amu@gmail.com)

  • Masters 2 (Bac+5)

    Aix-en-Provence Campus

    MASTER 2 Administration and Liquidation of Companies in Difficulty - Course on Companies in Difficulty (double connection with the Business Law course)
    Coordinators: Adeline CERATI GAUTHIER and Vincent PERRUCHOT-TRIBOULET
    Administrative referent: Sylvie ROUX(sylvie.roux@univ-amu.fr)

    MASTER 2 Banking and Financial Law - Banking procedures and professional market course
    Director: Philippe MAITRE
    Administrative referent: Nourifet GUIDOUZ(nourifet.guidouz@univ-amu.fr)

    MASTER 2 Business Law - Insurance Law course
    Director: Marc BRUSCHI
    Administrative advisor: Eve BENAUWT(eve.benauwt@univ-amu.fr)

    MASTER 2 Business Law - Law and Management of Maritime Activities
    Director: Cyril BLOCH
    Administrative advisor: Marjorie VIAL(marjorie.vial@univ-amu.fr)

    MASTER 2 Business Law - Air Transport Law and Management
    Director: Cyril BLOCH
    Administrative referent: Marjorie VIAL(marjorie.vial@univ-amu.fr)

    MASTER 2 Business Law - Law and Management of Land Transport
    Director: Cyril BLOCH cyril.bloch@univ-amu.fr
    Administrative referent: Marjorie VIAL(marjorie.vial@univ-amu.fr)

    MASTER 2 Business Law - Corporate Law and Taxation
    Director: Olivier NEGRIN
    Administrative referent: Martine FIGUIERE(martine.figuiere@univ-amu.fr)

    MASTER 2 Business Law - Corporate Engineering course
    Directors: Bastien BRIGNON and Isabelle GROSSI
    Administrative referent: Sylvie ROUX(sylvie.roux@univ-amu.fr)

    Master 2 Tax Law - Customs course
    Director: Jean-Luc ALBERT and Manuel CHASTAGNARET
    Administrative referent: Sophie BORGHINO(sophie.borghino@univ-amu.fr)

    MASTER 2 Private Law - Litigation of liability and compensation course
    Director: Marc BRUSCHI
    Administrative referent: Eve BENAUWT(eve.benauwt@univ-amu.fr)

    MASTER 2 Urban Planning and Development - Course on Transition of Metropolises and Cooperation in the Mediterranean
    Director: Emmanuel MATTEUDI
    Administrative referent: Sophie BARBOTIN(s.barbotin@univ-amu.fr)

    Marseille Canebière Campus

    MASTER 2 Business Law - Environmental and Corporate Governance
    Director: Arnaud LAMI
    Administrative referent: Nicolas HOLZMANN(fdsp-idedd-secretariat@univ-amu.fr)

    MASTER 2 Business Law - Sports Law course
    Directors: Gaylor RABU and Fabrice RIZZO
    Administrative referent: Nathalie PENEAU(nathalie.peneau@univ-amu.fr)

    MASTER 2 Banking and Financial Law - Banking and Asset Management Law (ISO 9001 certified)
    Director: Virginie MERCIER
    Administrative advisor: Laure JANET(master.banque.amu@gmail.com)

    Training given at the École supérieure de l'immobilier (Paris)

    MASTER 2 Real Estate Law - Private and Public Real Estate Law
    Directors: Jean-Christophe CAR and Béatrice VIAL-PEDROLETTI
    Administrative referent: Eleonora DE OLIVEIRA(eleonora.de-oliveira@univ-amu.fr)

  • Preparation for national examinations

    Higher Institute of Accounting Studies (ISEC)

    Diploma in Accounting and Management (DCG)
    Person in charge: Nicole DAVOULT
    Administrative referent: Lionel RIBEIRO(lionel.ribeiro@univ-amu.fr)

    Higher Diploma in Accounting and Management (DSCG)
    Person in charge: Nicole DAVOULT
    Administrative referent: Lionel RIBEIRO(lionel.ribeiro@univ-amu.fr)

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