Par admin pemille, publié le vendredi 10 novembre 2017 09:20 - Mis à jour le mercredi 15 mars 2023 17:13

Clément de Pémille Secondary School for Vocational Training has launched a plan of European openness for the students preparing:
_ a BTEC National in Commerce, Sales Representation, Car and Motorbike Mechanics

_ a BTEC National or a National Vocational Qualification in Jewellery making
_ a Higher National Diploma in Contemporary Jewellery Design.


Erasmus+ for high school students

  • In 2018, our high school launched its Erasmus+ project entitled GROOVE "GRaulhet: Opportunities and Opening Towards Employability". This project has received positive feedback from both the Erasmus Agency and the participants and has therefore been renewed over the years. Groove2 project has been awarded the "Good Practice" label for its high quality of management and implementation.
  • From 2018 to 2022, 33 students benefited from Erasmus+ grants to carry out a 4-week internship in a European company. 
  • Similarly, 6 staff members from the high school spent 3 days in schools in Spain and Romania to observe the practices of their counterparts.
  • This year GROOVE 3 project will allow 6 students to do a one-month internship in Europe and 3 staff members to have job shadowing experiences in Italy and Spain in order to discover innovative practices and develop their skills. The high school is constantly looking for new partners (schools or companies).

Erasmus+ for higher education students

  • Our high school holds the Erasmus + Charter for Higher Education (2021-2027) and is a member of the Erasmus + Academic Consortium managed by the Lycée Joséphine Baker in Toulouse.   
  • Students in the 2nd year of the DNMADe can apply to have an internship or spend a semester of study in a European country. They thus validate part of their training abroad, which is strongly recommended in the new reference documents. 
  • Students applying for mobility are assisted in their search for a company or school, as well as in all the administrative and practical arrangements (finding transport, accommodation, etc.). 
    He/she receives a grant which partially finances the cost of the stay. 
  • In 2022, 2 students benefited from the Erasmus+ scheme. One did a 9-week internship alongside the ceramist Adele Stefanelli in Venice, while the other discovered the filigree technique with the designer Eva Van Kempen in Amsterdam. 
  • European students with the same objective can also follow part of their training at the high school, within the limits of available places, or can be helped to find an internship in our region.
  • We also regularly welcome foreign colleagues who wish to discover our training and our practices.  

  • Moreover, thanks to the Erasmus+ scheme, teachers or professionals can be invited to give workshops at our high school.