High and low voltage electrical distribution:
- organising electrical power transmission and distribution
- understanding and mastering how to calculate cables for industrial electricity.
- Technical expertise and methodology:
- voltage regulation,
- automation, supervision,
- electromagnetic compatibility (EMC),
- alternative energy,
- electrical engineering,
- studying and producing low voltage switchboards.
- Organisation and leadership:
- business management and conducting business,
- company management and economics,
- safety and regulations,
- preparing, supervising and surveying a site,
- organising and leading a team of workers or technicians,
- communicating and negotiating with internal and external parties.
Business supervisor or project manager in (high/low current) electricity or electronics companies, survey supervisor for electrical and electronic systems, general service assistant (building automation maintenance…), site manager…
Examples of projects and tasks undertaken within companies:
- Researching technological solutions for video surveillance oversight and storage.
- Improving and optimising purchases.
- Conducting a study on the profitability of an energy-saving light replacement project.
Examples of professional projects:
- Designing and fitting an electrical system in a sports shop extension.
- Extending a city’s urban video surveillance system.
- Supplying a housing estate with low current electricity and changing the high voltage grid.
- Supervising a solar power plant’s business activity.
Types of companies who have signed work-study contracts with students:
- Electrical research laboratory.
- High current, low current, service and industrial equipment installers.
- Electrical equipment suppliers.
- Telecommunications service providers.
- Energy manufacturers.
- Photovoltaic designers and installers…
- Electrical engineering
- Alternative energy
- Low current
- Automation, supervision
- Business management and conducting business
- Business management and economics
- Sales techniques
- Communication, team leadership, management
- Technical English
- Project management
- Pipe size calculation
Course length: 12 months.
441 hours of classes, taught through lectures, tutorials and practicals.
The work-study programme is structured as follows: three weeks working for a company and one week in class (training at the AFPI Languedoc-Roussillon centre in Baillargues and/or at the IUT Montpellier).
You will earn 60 European credits (ECTS) credits upon graduating from this course.
After the course:
For the last four years, the professional integration rate amongst graduates has been close to 90% six months after graduation.
Careers: business manager, assistant supervisor, business technician, survey and electric task supervisor.