Industreet, the jobs of tomorrow for young people
Young people from all over France can enjoy an innovative teaching method by joining the new free Total school inaugurated by the President of the Republic.
To help unemployed young people find jobs, the Total Foundation has created Industreet. Aimed at young people aged 18 to 25, with or without qualifications, Industreet will provide free training for up to 400 young people a year in the industry of the future. Despite Covid-19, the training began in November 2020 and Emmanuel Macron, President of the Republic, inaugurated the school located in Stains (Seine-Saint-Denis) with Patrick Pouyanné, President and CEO of Total, on March 3, 2021.
Total wants to develop solutions to meet the challenges of the regions in which it operates, particularly in the area of education and integration of young people into the workforce, a key focus of the Total Foundation's community support program.
To give local visibility to this superb Total Foundation project, a meeting had already been organized on June 17, 2020 in Pau, under the aegis of Thierry Renard, Chief of the CSTJF/PERL establishment and Total's Territorial Group Representative in the Southwest. Olivier Riboud, Director of Industreet, and Safia Tami, Director of Partnerships and Recruitment, presented the campus to a group of institutional, educational, associative and economic partners from our region.
For young people from all over France
Today, 20% of young people under the age of 25 are unemployed in France and the repercussions of Covid-19 are likely to make this vulnerable situation even worse. The educational promise of L'Industreet is to allow 100% of young apprentices to have a successful professional project after their training. L'Industreet is designed for young people from all over France. Wherever they come from, they can apply... The CSTJF and South-West team, the Foundation's local relay, is at your disposal for a first approach and a contact: [email protected]
|KEY DATES||INDUSTREET IN FIGURES|
|March 2021: Inauguration by E. Macron||400 students per year (10 to 15 per class).|
|October 2020: opening of the campus.||Customized 12-18-month training courses.|
|June 2020: start of online registrations.||400 m² devoted to digitalization.|
|March 2020: opening of the www.lindustreet.fr website.||Three 1,000 m² workshops and one outside area of 1,000 m².|
|November 2019: laying of the foundation stone.||Goal 50% of girls.|