The Catholic Higher Education of Chartres opens its doors and presents its courses

The higher education sector (initial and work-study training) of the ESCC (Catholic Higher Education of Chartres) organizes face-to-face open days, Saturdays, from 9 am to noon. 2, avenue Béthouard in Chartres. Phone. 02.37.34.16.53. Here are the sectors to be discovered:

CFA.

A CFA (apprenticeship training center) course was officially created on January 1, 2020 at the ESCC (Catholic Higher Education of Chartres) of the Institution Notre-Dame de Chartres. “Previously, we were a branch of a regional CFA in Orléans,” explains Sylvie Bouet, educational director of the CFA for Catholic Higher Education in Chartres. The BTS real estate professions (bac +2) in apprenticeship is one of the work-study training offered by the establishment. “There is also a BTS in accounting and management and a BTS in tourism.

Opportunities for students

For the latter, we had some economic concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic which is hitting this sector of activity hard but, in reality, all our students have succeeded in obtaining a place of reception for the work-study program, ”explains Sylvie. Bouet. In addition to these three bac +2 streams, four other bac +3 courses are offered: training for an accounting and management diploma which is the first step to become a chartered accountant ?; a bachelor’s degree in administrative management and human resources ?; social management and payroll and, from September 2021, the establishment will offer a bachelor’s degree in financial and tax management.

Clarysse Podowjewski, apprentice at CFA Chartres, left university for pastry

BTS Chemistry.A BTS dedicated to chemistry trades is offered to students. They benefit from modern installations and professional machines. Some have even been offered by local companies after purchasing new tools, according to Sébastien Lhenry, teaching manager of the BTS in chemical professions. “This training leads students to become technicians in the chemical industry, whether in the food industry, cosmetics, the pharmaceutical sector, but also in the environmental field”, explains Sébastien Lhenry. At the end of this course, these young people can continue their studies in an engineering school or an ATS preparation (Adaptation technicien supérieur).

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BTS communication.“It is a very popular course because there is only one in Eure-et-Loir and relatively few in France”, indicates Catherine Bacle, educational manager of tertiary BTS, payroll management and communication. The objective of this training is to target positions of assistant communication director, communication manager in companies or local authorities, but also the commercial relations aspect. “After the BTS, the majority of our students continue their training course. This training offers many opportunities. “

In the program, students learn graphic design, photography, video, they produce podcasts. “They also learn communication and advice techniques for advertisers,” explains Catherine Bacle.

Mathieu Le Blevec, 21, apprentice at CFA Chartres, has changed career twice

BTS management of the SME.“It is a versatile but sometimes unrecognized BTS”, notes Catherine Bacle. “It then allows you to continue your course towards professional licenses in marketing or human relations, but also in business school. We train the right arms of SME managers capable of being very versatile within a company. »The students learn financial management and risk management in financial and environmental matters, but also in IT. “They also benefit from courses in communication, marketing and human resources. “

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