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The Veolia Campuses : a training vision which has become reality

Business Conference - The Veolia Campuses : a training vision which has become reality
Business Conference

By : Ecole de Paris du Management

Date : 2010

Location : France / Paris

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Description :

Seminar subject was the implentation of a campus for Veolia employees. This whole process demonstrates the relevance of this approach and the ability of a programme based in France to become a major asset to the group, and to enhance its global presence.

Keywords :

in-house training programme, French national education system, officially recognised degrees

Keywords inside documents :

training ,paris ,veolia ,campus ,formation ,management ,groupe ,france ,people ,company ,campuses ,group ,employees ,french ,activities ,project ,métiers ,années ,école ,courses

Product/ documentation details
Report from "The Veolia Campuses : a training vision which has become reality" Seminar

Company Description : The document is a report of the speaker presentation and the Q&A Session.

Product Type : Conference Summary

Author : Loïc VIEILLARD-BARON translated by Rachel MARLIN

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Languages : English

In an attempt to make its core business areas of waste disposal, cleaning, and boiler maintenance more attractive, and to improve its practices, the Veolia group initiated an intensive in-house training programme in the mid 1990s with the aim of awarding officially recognised degrees. Veolia's first campus was near Paris.

 

The construction of this site was accompanied by implementing the necessary working arrangements as approved by the French national education system, and enabled its founders to overcome internal resistance. Because of successful results from this first site, Veolia decided to expand this operation, and created campuses in other French regions, and even tried to establish training centres abroad, near its foreign subsidiaries. Owing to the diversity of educational cultures and educational systems in different countries, the Veolia Campus company management had to identify the nature of its operation extremely precisely, and to be clear about the degree of freedom it intended to give local, on-site campus managers. Today there are eighteen Veolia campuses throughout the world. This whole process demonstrates the relevance of this approach and the ability of a programme based in France to become a major asset to the group, and to enhance its global presence.

 

About the speaker:

 

Hilaire de CHERGÉ

 

Graduate of Ecole Polytechnique, PhD. He is committed to the promotion and development of professional training. He managed Veolia Campus (Veolia's training centres) and is the national treasurer of Opcalia. He is a member of the executive committee of the European Club of Human Resources and of the Global Council of Corporate Universities (GlobalCCU).

 

Presentation from Hilaire de CHERGÉ followed by Q&A session.

 

The document is a report of the speaker presentation and the Q&A Session.


 

Compte-rendu du séminaire "Les campus Veolia : de l'ambition dans la formation "

Company Description : Le rapport inclut un compte-rendu de l'intervention ainsi qu’une session de Questions/Réponses.

Product Type : Conference Summary

Author : Loïc VIEILLARD-BARON

PDF 10p

Languages : French

Report from "The Veolia Campuses : a training vision which has become reality" Seminar

Company Description : The document is a report of the speaker presentation and the Q&A Session.

Product Type : Conference Summary

Author : Loïc VIEILLARD-BARON translated by Rachel MARLIN

PDF 10p

Languages : English

Organizer : Ecole de Paris du Management

The École de Paris du management was created in 1993. Under its auspices, researchers and professionals talk about subjects which open the way for discussion ensuring a high quality of oral and written work. Although short-term concerns are the basis for these exchanges, the approach adopted reflects long-term issues. These include helping change the views which researchers, participants and public opinion have of the way in which private and public affairs are conducted