Smart Technologies (STI) & E-Controls (STCI) full-time training

Home, electromobility, Internet of things, communication networks… these are all new technologies that are increasingly used in industry and which, in terms of vocational training, open the way to careers of the future.


The electrical engineering sector has undergone significant change in recent years. Digitalisation, automation, the networking of equipment and the emphasis on sustainable development all require new skills. The sector, which is always in demand for qualified staff, offers real and interesting employment opportunities.


Students enrolled on the Smart Technologies programme are required to make the link between IT and the various technical fields, so that by the end of their course they will be able to:


Plan, carry out and document projects


Communicate between different devices and computer systems


Operate and maintain complex electrical installations


Recognise and repair faults in technical installations


Advise customers

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