IMT Lille Douai provides specific online sector-orientated training courses for companies and their employees.
These training courses last approximately 100 hours in equivalent class-time.
Scientific and technical courses
8-week courses, with 2 weeks in-school.
Aim: become proficient in architecture to support the circulation of information, learn to design, install, administer and optimise network architecture arrangements for companies (Inter, Intra, Extra net), to be able to set up and maintain physical and software solutions. Content: topological and architectural principles for network interconnections, mechanisms and routing, inter-network protocols, configuration management, administration and supervision.
Aim: understand the issue of network or telecom services on network architecture, be able to design, develop and optimise basic services for corporate networks or operators. Content: network analysis from a « service » standpoint (support and deployment) with critical service-related aspects (routing, performance, authentification and authorisation, etc.).
Radio-frequency systems engineering
Aim: to be able to analyse the structure of a radio link and optimise its performance (regulate size and set connectivity parameters, measure and characterise a component or radiated fields) know how to choose between technological options for contactless connectivity. Content: microwave transmission, passive and active components, contactless, flexible radio and software-defined radio technology, etc.
Mobile radio networks
Aim: acquire a balanced skills set for radio and network features, as well as mobile services. Content: mobile networks, principles, standards (GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA and LTE), planning and sizing.
Management & Methodology
The course runs for 6 weeks, with 3 weeks of in-school learning.
Information System Design and Management
Aim: this module goes largely above and beyond computer technology aspects to focus on understanding the design of information systems (IS). Trainees make step-by-step progress using a methodological approach, illustrated by various UML (Unified Modeling Language) industrial standard diagrams. Trainees also complete a project to apply the principles learnt in lectures.
Economic Intelligence (EI)
Information is a vital part of competitiveness for companies, large and small. Economic intelligence seeks to gain a competitive advantage by a necessary command over strategic information.
Aim: to enable course participants to effectively assemble corporate economic intelligence systems. Their goal is to understand the requirements and purposes, but also, but also to acquire information intellect, technical knowledge and the right reflexes to play a leading role in this approach.
This module is split into three topics: strategic monitoring (anticipation), information security and management (economic security) and proactive action on your surroundings (influencing).