Work-study program at Sup de Pub

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How does the work-study program at Sup de Pub work?

At the school, students in all fields of study have the possibility of doing their4th and 5th year in a sandwich course with a 24-month contract.

In the4th year, students who start their studies in September spend the first six months alternating between school and company on a rhythm of about 1 week/2 weeks. The last 6 months of the year, they are full-time in the company.
The students who start their studies in April follow a reverse schedule: starting with a full time company from April to October, then an alternating rhythm from October to March.

In the 5th year, students attend 1 day of training every 2 weeks and 8 weeks of seminars during the year. The rest of the time is spent in the company.

Types of contracts

The apprenticeship contract

This written contract of employment for a limited period (CDL) or for an indefinite period (CDI) is made between an employee and an employer. It allows you to follow a sandwich course in a company under the responsibility of an apprentice master and in an apprentice training center (CFA) for 3 to 6 years.
The company and the OPCO pay for the entire cost of the training. The contract can start 3 months before the training start date and end 2 months after the training end date.

The maximum age is 29 years (30 years minus 1 day).

The maximum age may be increased to 34 years (35 years minus 1 day) in the following cases:

  • The apprentice wants to sign a new contract to obtain a higher level of diploma than the one already obtained
  • The apprentice’s previous contract was broken for reasons beyond his or her control
  • The apprentice’s previous contract was terminated due to physical and temporary incapacity

In these cases, no more than 1 year must elapse between the 2 contracts.

There is no age limit in the following cases:

  • The apprentice is recognized as a disabled worker
  • The apprentice plans to create or take over a company that requires a diploma (example: Acre, Nacre or Cape individualized assistance system)
  • The apprentice is a person registered as a high performance athlete.
  • The apprentice does not obtain the diploma or professional title in question. In this case, the apprenticeship can be extended for a maximum of 1 year with a new contract with another employer.

Article 23 of Law No. 2018-217 of March 29, 2018 provides that the apprenticeship contract may be performed in part abroad.
Your working hours are identical to those of other employees. The legal working time is 35 hours per week. You are entitled to the legal paid vacations, i.e. 5 weeks of paid vacations per year. The employer has the option of imposing the period of time during which you can take your leave.
For the preparation of the exams, you are entitled to an additional 5 working days of leave in the month preceding the exams (this leave is split to adapt to the continuous assessment). These days are in addition to paid vacations and are paid.
Benefits to the student:
The apprentice is entitled to 5 weeks of paid vacation per year. As such, the laws, regulations and collective agreement are applicable to them under the same conditions as to other employees, insofar as their provisions are not incompatible with the requirements of their training.
Base Compensation:
It varies according to your age, and increases with each new year of your contract. Collective bargaining agreements or contractual provisions may provide for more favorable compensation for the employee.

-18 years old18-20 years old21-25 years old26 years and older
1st year27% of the minimum wage*.53% of the minimum wage53% of the minimum wage100% of the minimum wage
2nd year39% of the minimum wage51% of the minimum wage61% of the minimum wage100% of the minimum wage
3rd year55% of the minimum wage67% of the minimum wage78% of the minimum wage100% of the minimum wage
*or the conventional minimum wage if it is more favorable

The apprentice’s remuneration may be higher depending on the agreements applicable to the company: collective agreement, group or company agreement.

From a tax point of view, you benefit from 3 main advantages:
– No employee contributions are deducted from your gross salary up to 79% of the SMIC (i.e. €1,202). The part of the remuneration above this amount remains subject to contributions.
– Your salary is exempt from CSG and CRDS.
– Your salary is exempt from income tax up to the annual minimum wage

The professionalization contract

This employment contract covers the entirety of your training (1 year), during which you have the status of an employee. This includes a one-month trial period. Within this framework, your training is financed on the one hand by your company and on the other hand by an OPCO (Opérateur de Compétences) to which the company contributes for professional training.
The amount of the reimbursement depends on the number of effective hours of training and the hourly rate of the OPCO’s reimbursement. If the OPCO does not cover the entire cost of the training, the remainder must be paid by your host company and the balance can be financed from the training plan.
Thus, the training is fully covered by your company and their OPCO. We invite your company to contact its OPCO to find out how much the organization will pay.
In addition to this amount, your salary is 80% of the SMIC on a 35-hour basis if you are between 21 and 25 years old, and 100% of the SMIC from 26 years old. This salary may be increased depending on the collective agreement of your host company.
In addition, as an employee, you must register with the CPAM of your city or district. You benefit from exactly the same rights as all employees in terms of paid leave (special and family events as well as “any more favorable provision granted by the collective agreement or by the practices within the company”).
In addition to the legal holidays, you benefit from paid vacations according to the system applicable in the company, i.e. 2.5 days per month completed over the reference period from June 1st of the previous year to May 31st of the current year, which makes a total of 5 weeks of paid vacations for 12-month contracts.

People involved:

The professionalization contract is intended for the following people:

  • Young people from 16 to 25 years old (26 years old minus one day) to complete their initial training
  • Beneficiary of the RSA
  • Beneficiary of the specific solidarity allowance (ASS)
  • Beneficiary of the disabled adults allowance (AAH)
  • Person leaving a single integration contract (CUI)
    Benefits for the student:
    The holder of a professionalization contract is a full-fledged employee. As such, the laws, regulations and collective agreement are applicable to them under the same conditions as to other employees, insofar as their provisions are not incompatible with the requirements of their training.
    Base Compensation:
    The amount varies according to your age and your initial level of training.
Before entering a professional contract-21 years old21-25 years old26 years old
Professional or technological baccalaureate65% of the minimum wage80% of the minimum wage85% minimum smc without being < 100% smic
General baccalaureate55% of the minimum wage70% of the minimum wage85% minimum smc without being < 100% smic
*ssmc: conventional minimum wage

Your work-study kit

To help you understand all the terms and conditions of work-study contracts, we offer you this kit to help you with your procedures.

alternating kit 2022

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The corporate relations department

Your Career Center, a consulting and placement unit, helps you establish a coherent professional project, accompanies you in your search for a company and prepares you for recruitment interviews through simulations and personal branding.

  • CV and cover letter coaching & interview preparation
  • Distribution of internship and work-study offers from our partners – 3000 offers
  • Work-study platform: https: //recrutez-supdepub.inseecu.net/
  • Organization of business forums throughout the year
  • A network of more than 6000 partner companies – 11 000 alumni
  • IAB partnership – 140 partner companies – 40 internship or work-study offers

The alternating schedules

Bordeaux

4th year – October

5th year – October

Contacts

If you have any questions about your contract, please do not hesitate to contact them:

Bordeaux


contrat.sdp.bdx@omneseducation.com – 05 56 00 69 32
Entreprises, vous avez une offre de stage ou d’alternance, contactez-nous : 
recrutez.bdx@omneseducation.com  – 05 56 00 69 32
Vous souhaitez participer à nos événements forums ou job datings, contactez-nous :
evenements.bdx@omneseducation.com   – 05 56 00 69 32
Formation exécutive/VAE/Certifications
 Violaine LE DILY – 06 20 71 62 62

Lyon

mon.contrat.sdp.lyon@omneseducation.com – 04 72 71 14 74
Companies, you have an internship or work-study offer, contact us:
recrutez.lyon@omneseducation.com – 04 72 71 14 78
If you wish to participate in our forums or job datings, please contact us:
evenements.lyon@omneseducation.com – 04 72 71 14 78

Paris

A permanence is set up on a Discord platform three times a week. Do not hesitate to come and ask your questions here to the Paris campus team.

Career Center Manager
Emmanuel VIGNARD

Creative Pathways SP4
Laurence MALLE

Strategic Pathways SP5
Alexandre LAMY

English-speaking courses SP4-SP5
Bianca GOMES

Some figures

Each year, Sup de Pub publishes nearly

4000

Professionalization contracts

1500

Internship agreements

5000

Internship or work-study offers

Updated 4 May 2022