Our audience

ALM-Formation is for all types of audiences because of the transversal nature of its courses. The themes and modules relate to employees and technicians together with executives who are keen to improve their efficiency and who want to work in better conditions. Our training courses also affect all people wishing to operate in their current functions. ALM-Formation is also working to prepare young graduates for their future professional lives.

ALM training courses are mainly for:

Students at school or at university: students must learn how to handle technical and scientific concepts; for that they need effective tools for communication and expression. Post gradual students have to face educational situations that are new for them. They supervise classes, tutorials and projects. They are required to demonstrate their skills to their peers and to potential future employers. They must express themselves orally as well as in writing and in correct French (Voltaire project). They must assert themselves, make their presentations interesting.
Because of its affiliation to the Directorate for Employment, Labour and vocational training, ALM-Formation can position itself as an external service provider.

Civil servants: in agreement with the Marianne charter, officials are required to gain editorial efficiency and improve the quality of their relationship with citizens. They also need to adapt to all the changes related to the general revision of public policies and prepare for administrative entrance exams.

Private sector employees: organization, time and stress management, speaking English... are some of the areas of knowledge that employees must be have under control when working in companies.
“The staff training account (Compte Personnel de Formation - CPF) was established by law on 14 June 2013 (which implements a national and interprofessional agreement signed in January of the same year), but its content was not specified. This is now done with the bill introduced on Wednesday, January 22 2014, the vocational training section resulting from another agreement concluded on December 14 2013 by the social partners. The CPF introduces a major change: it will be open to all active people (employed and unemployed), whatever their status, and will accompany them throughout their professional career. Unlike the DIF, the rights vested with an employer will be transferable to another employer and preserved during periods of unemployment.”

Le Monde, 22 janvier 2014