Long before the spotlight turned to their formal partnership in 2014, Agencement Paul Champs and the Compagnons du Devoir had long since succeeded in weaving the threads of an exceptional collaboration. This early initiative laid the foundations for a long and fruitful relationship.
Formalisation in 2014: a new chapter
The partnership between Agencement Paul Champs and the Compagnons du Devoir was officially sealed in 2014. This label of Partner Company "This new partnership recognises and strengthens a collaboration that is already rich in achievements and exchanges of know-how.
Training young apprentices
The apprenticeship path at Agencement Paul Champs
Agencement Paul Champs is committed to training young apprenticesThis is a perfect illustration of the company's commitment to vocational training, offering an environment conducive to learning and personal growth. This approach is a perfect illustration of the company's commitment to vocational training, providing an environment conducive to learning and personal growth.
Welcoming and continuing training apprentices
Beyond initiation, Agencement Paul Champs plays a key role in the ongoing training of apprentices, enabling them to improve and develop specific skills within the company.
Further training for qualified journeymen
For journeymen who have already qualified, the company offers professional training programmes, enabling them to hone their skills and adapt to the demands of the trade. These courses, ranging from six months to one yearThis is an invaluable opportunity for continuing professional development.
The Tour de France of journeymen at Agencement Paul Champs
The unique experience of the Tour de France
Agencement Paul Champs welcomes aspiring journeymen and trainees, offering a unique and enriching experience. These periods, which also range from six months to a year, enable journeymen to immerse themselves in different work cultures and develop a sense of responsibility. a deeper understanding of their business.
Gender diversity in the workplace
Towards greater diversity
Although men are in the majority, Agencement Paul Champs is moving towards greater gender diversity, regularly welcoming female companions. This development bears witness to the company's openness and adaptability to changes in society.
Key figures at Agencement Paul Champs
Companions of yesterday and today
Companions like Olivier Baudoin, Jean-Luc Quemener and Gwendal Audrezetcurrently in the company, to former employees such as Jean-René Boiselet and Richard ChevrierEach has played a crucial role in the development and reputation of Agencement Paul Champs.
To sum up, the story ofAgencement Paul Champs and Compagnons du Devoir is that of a successful synergy between the worlds of business and vocational training. It demonstrates the importance of apprenticeships and the transfer of know-how in the craft sector.