The work-study programme is designed for young people who wish to put work experience at the centre of their apprenticeship. Thus, throughout the year they alternate between theoretical training and professional immersion in a company. Work-linked training is also aimed at those who would like to have the cost of their training covered and receive the bonus of a salary.
Classes take place face-to-face, although some may take place at a distance. There are no prerequisites at the start of the year.
The theoretical base of the course deals with general managerial teaching and favours the operational approach. The curriculum develops students’ ability to master management tools and techniques.
Some examples of modules:
- Operational team management
- Sales policy
- Financial management
- Legal Culture
- Web marketing / CRM
- Revenue Management
- English communication
- Office automation
- Develop your public speaking skills
- Support in the development of your professional project
Benefit from the added value offered by a great Hospitality School: a professional supports you in defining your professional project. These individual interviews (coaching) support you in your reflection so that you reveal yourself professionally and personally.
Your company defines your specialisation: the sector in which you work (such as catering, accommodation or leisure) and your assignments (events, reception, etc.) which set the tone for your course. The choice of company is therefore strategic and must be made carefully. Your career in a company will enable you to apply managerial tools and develop your business skills.
The evaluations are carried out in continuous assessment throughout the training by individual, collective, oral, written reports, written exams, etc. depending on the modules and the speakers. At the end of the year, you must hand in your final dissertation and defend it in a final oral exam. However, be aware that this is a demanding path. The theoretical training requires at least as much time devoted to personal work as time spent in class, and working in a company requires a lot of energy. The decision to take this route is therefore not to be taken lightly.