Dear Member, Dear partner,
International Conference of education and training of engineers and technicians of French Expression (CITEF) and institutional network “Sciences of the engineer” in association with the Agence Universitaire de la Francophonie (AUF) and the University Cadi Ayyad of Marrakech are organising a new seminar on issues related to the relationship ‘training-employment’ from November 30 to December 4, 2015, in order to facilitate the professional integration and to maintain the employability of graduates. To this end, an appeal evidence and communication is made.
The CITEF 2015 seminar is essentially designed to share best practices for the improvement of the employability of students out of the University and lead to an action plan in the member institutions. The CITEF 2015 seminar will focus on the theme: “training by alternating, passport for employment”. It should be pointed out that alternation training is a training system in which periods of theoretical training, provided in specialized establishments, alternate with periods of work or business application. The CITEF 2015 seminar will be a sharing of experiences and thoughts leading to the drafting of a guide of good practice for the use of francophone institutions.
Under the call for testimony and communications, proposals for communication abstracts should be in Word format, Times New Roman 12pt, single-spaced, without exceeding a page (200 characters, including spaces) and contain the following information:
- Surname, name, status, affiliation Institution, e-mail address
- Title of communication
- Summary of the communication
Proposals for communication must be sent with the card of pre-registration before June 15, 2015, deadline, only by electronic mail, to the attention of the general delegate of the CITEF: firstname.lastname@example.org
The authors of abstracts will be notified of the decision of the Scientific Committee at the latest on 15 September 2015, which must subsequently register and pay the fee and will have until October 30, 2015 to achieve the complete texts of communication.
For more information: http://www.univ-mascara.dz/images/doc/UCA2015.pdf
A message written by Mrs Sandrine Messomo, lawyer right the Affairs, doctoral student in law – Université Laval (Québec – Canada) and intern at the NWA Association, whom we thank.
Very best regards,
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