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Productive exchanges between CAdFE and the Lycée CCI du Gard in Tallinn

On June 6, 2024, the Business Club for francophones in Estonia (CAdFE) had the pleasure of welcoming Luc Granier and Christophe Marzials, teachers at the Lycée of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) of Nîmes, during their visit to Tallinn from June 4 to 6 as part of the Erasmus program. The purpose of this meeting was to explore the possibility of hosting French students from their institution for internships in companies that are members of our business club.

From left to right: Violaine Champetier de Ribes (President of CAdFE), Christophe Marzials (Teacher at CCI Lycée of Nîmes), Luc Granier (Teacher at CCI Lycée of Nîmes), Florent Angibaud (Intern at CAdFE)
From left to right: Violaine Champetier de Ribes (President of CAdFE), Christophe Marzials (Teacher at CCI Lycée of Nîmes), Luc Granier (Teacher at CCI Lycée of Nîmes), Florent Angibaud (Intern at CAdFE)

Fruitful Exchanges with Teachers from Nîmes 

Luc Granier, a computer science teacher specializing in IT services for organizations, and Christophe Marzials, an associate professor of economics and management, came to explore collaboration opportunities between the Lycée CCI Gard and the companies that are members of CAdFE. Their visit was marked by constructive and promising exchanges.


The CCI Gard Campus: An Ideal Partner 

The CCI Gard Campus, known for training the talents of tomorrow, offers education from secondary school to Bac +5 in high-potential fields such as services, commerce, sales, communication, human resources, and IT. Their commitment to adapting education to the needs of businesses and opening international doors for their students makes them an ideal partner for our network of companies in Tallinn.


Potential Collaboration with the Gard Chamber of Commerce and Industry

The meeting allowed discussions about internship opportunities for French students within the companies that are members of CAdFE. Discussions also covered potential collaborations with the Gard Chamber of Commerce and Industry, thus strengthening ties between our two regions and opening new prospects for the future.


First Steps Towards International Cooperation 

The very fruitful exchanges hint at enriching future collaborations. This meeting is the prelude to what CAdFE can soon offer its members. French students could benefit from a high-quality international professional experience while bringing their skills and dynamism to Estonian companies.


Conclusion 

CAdFE is delighted to have engaged in exchanges with the teachers from the CCI Gard Lycée of Nîmes. We firmly believe that these exchanges will strengthen ties between France and Estonia and create valuable opportunities for students and companies in both countries. We look forward to the future initiatives and collaborations that will result from this meeting.

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