Apprentices are recruited by host industrial companies, but also service companies, advisory bodies, consulting firms and large-scale retail.
As a result, inGHenia engineers complete their apprenticeships with EDF, Décathlon, PSA Peugeot-Citroën, Renault, SNCF, etc. They are assigned to production, methods, logistics, maintenance, quality, safety, the environment and design offices. Their tasks include organisation, planning, optimisation, management and strategy and must include technical, scientific and economic aspects
Examples of internship subjects: production flow optimisation, continuous improvements to maintenance, optimising logistics, project quality, manufacturing workshop layouts, introducing TPM systems on production lines, improvements in production working conditions, environmental and energy assessments, introducing a CMMS, coordinating Kaizen initiatives and lean management, etc.
Six months after graduating, more than 90% of the school’s young engineers find employment in various industrial sectors, such as the automotive industry, railways, aeronautics, steel, mechanics, energy, food processing, chemicals, textiles, pharmaceutics and services such as distribution and consultancy firms, etc.).
They work in areas such as production, maintenance, quality, methods, project management, R&D, logistics, safety, the environment, etc. with the skills to manage, operate and develop industrial production systems and introduce continuous improvement processes.