Business Sectors (O3)

Course Director(s): Valérie Locurto

Description

Discovery of a choice of 10 activity sectors :

Links between other projects / multi-disciplinary projects / internships

A complementary module to the “Professions” project which leads to the discovery of 7 professions

Positioning within the overall programme

Shared “blocked” week in semesters 7 & 9, allowing the student to discover two activity sectors over the two years.

Key words               

Activity sectors

 

Number of work hours per student

21

 

Intended learning outcomes

On completion of the unit, the student will be capable of:

Classification level

Priority

Knowing the techno-economic details of a chosen activity sector

 

1. Knowledge

 

Useful

 

Understanding the functioning of an industrial site

 

2. Understand

 

Useful

 

Analysing comments from a practising engineer

 

4. Analyse

 

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Learning assessment methods

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Programme and content

Type of teaching activity

Content, sequencing and organisation

(inter)active Amphitheatre

 

Techno-economic details of an activity sector delivered by professional actors (professional unions ...)

 

Practical work

 

Visit to an industrial site of interest

 

Conference

 

Feedback and comments from working engineers