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Number of hours
Lectures : 0
Tutorials : 0
Laboratory works : 0
Projects : 0
Internship : 0
Written tests : 0
ECTS : 83.0
Learning outcomes :
To carry out a project in a company at the engineering assistant level
To gain autonomy in decision-making
To work in a team and report back
To analyze the consideration of SD and CSR aspects in companies with a benevolent eye
To write a technical project report
To carry out a skills assessment and self-assess
To think about its own decision-making in relation to its own personality
Contact Anne BLAYO
The objective of the engineering assistant internship is to put an industrial project in a first situation. The student will be entrusted with one or more tasks that he/she will have to carry out with the support of his/her training supervisor. He will have to start to gain autonomy in his daily professional life and thus prepare himself to practice the profession of engineer.
The student is integrated into a team of the company and is assigned a study corresponding to a junior engineering assignment. The topics generally covered during this internship allow the student to work on new skills and can be, for example: -improvement or optimisation of a procedure or process, -study of the offer for the investment of equipment, installation and commissioning of a machine, -feasibility study, -production monitoring, -implementation of quality procedures, -measurements and analysis of results, -participation in an activity of the company's R&D branch, etc.
In general, young people are entrusted with one (or more) small mission(s) with a little autonomy. These can be analyses to participate in a project or problem solving. It can be the follow-up of a file or an operation on the site (production, purification plant,...), followed by indicators with analysis of the results.
NB: At the end of the 2nd year in Pagora, the young people a priori have all the vocabulary and technical knowledge to understand and adapt to the summer missions.
In accordance with the MOP-612-RF the evaluation is based on the intermediaite reports (N1) an internship report (N2), on a defense (N3), on the evaluation of the tutor (N4)and on the self-assessment of competences.
N = 0.2*N1 + 0.3*N2 + 0.3*N3 + 0.2*N4
Seuls le rapport et la soutenance peuvent faire l'objet d'un rattrapage (N2 et N3).