At Dixence we are always proud to welcome apprentices, whether in production, in the design office or in other departments.
Zoom on Eva and Lionel
LIONEL SOUDY: Can you introduce yourself and your training?
EVA GALISSON: My name is Eva GALISSON, I am 19 years old and I am in the 1st year of a BTS Management of PME-PMI work-study program on the Sacré Coeur La Salle campus in Angers. And you ?
LS: My name is Lionel SOUDY, I was 22 at the beginning of July and I am currently training as a general engineer in work-study program at the Institut Catholique des Arts et Métiers de la Roche sur Yon. The training takes place in 3 years, I am in the 1st year.
LS: Why did you choose a work-study program?
EG: I chose to continue my work-study program because it allows me to gain professional experience while continuing my studies and I can put my theoretical knowledge into practice. And you, why was the work-study program your choice?
LS: Although my school offered me the same training but on a continuous basis, I wanted to engage in work-study training because the principles learned at school find resonance when I am in a period in a company.
EG: Why did you choose the Dixence company?
LS: When I started my research to find the host company for this training, Dixence was the only company to have given me a positive response to my application and moreover, I had already worked in the same sector. activity during my previous training. And you ?
EG: I chose the Dixence company because from what I perceived during the interview it was the diversity of the position and the geographical proximity that I liked.
EG: How long have you been with Dixence and what is your pace of presence?
LS: I have been here since October, the work-study rhythm is progressive during the training: 1 to 2 months either in school or in a company for the first year and finally a long period of 6 months in business for the third year. And you, how long have you been in the company and what is your rate of presence?
EG: I have been with Dixence since September 2020, and my work-study schedule is 3 days in a company (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) and 2 days at school (Thursday, Friday).
EG: What have you achieved since you’ve been here?
LS: I made a VBA program that allows the automation of computer functions to help designers do a specific job. I also did a part manufacturing analysis and now I am on a call for projects for collaborative work with a competitiveness cluster: Polyméris.
LS: What do you like or least like about Dixence?
EG: What I like about Dixence are the tasks entrusted to me such as supplier and customer management, standard and reception as well as the working atmosphere. And you ?
LS: There is a very good working atmosphere, I have apprenticeship teachers who are listening to me and so far I have not noticed any flaws to share!
EG: Do you know what you would like to do later?
LS: After my studies I would like to be an engineer and join a company. What do you want to do?
EG: After my BTS in SME-SMI management, I plan to pursue a bachelor’s degree in human resources management because in my BTS there is an HR subject and that’s what I like the most.
Thanks to both of them. We wish them all the best!