Esisar rubrique Formation 2022

Industrial Feedback - 3AMPX327

  • Number of hours

    • Tutorials 3.0
    • Laboratory works 12.0


    ECTS 4.0


  • Capitalize the technical knowledge acquired in the company
  • Extend the technical knowledge of apprentices by sharing knowledge
  • Encourage theoretical questions
  • Develop cognitive skills of the future engineer (appropriating, capitalizing, transmitting)
  • Generate interactions between school / company
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Each apprentice studies a "technical object" found in the company during a mission or project.
This feedback consists in:

  • A presentation (with slides) for half an hour, including questions in the presence of the school mentor and other apprentices;
  • And a minimum of four written pages (excluding annexes), which must be given to the school mentor and company supervisor a few days before the presentation.

The theme, chosen in accordance with the apprenticeship supervisor and the school mentor must meet the following criteria:

  • Be directly related to the activity of the company without being confidential;
  • Be consistent with the objectives of the training;
  • Be likely to concern all apprentices.

Approach and terms of restitution:

  • Definition and situation of the technical object in context
    • What is it? What does it do?
    • What is likely to change or improve?
    • What is affected, directly or indirectly, and how?
    • What are the standards, conditions and constraints?
    • What are the challenges, advantages and disadvantages, risks and possible controversial?



The evaluation is given by the company supervisor and the learning coordinator. The presentation is based on the following topics:

  • Technical Content:
    • Justification for choice
    • Definition of the technical subject in context and overall vision
    • Technical and scientific deepening
    • Accuracy and understanding
    • Summary of key concepts (concepts, orders of magnitude)
  • Scientific Rigor
    • Indication and reliability of information sources
    • Explicit vocabulary, acronyms, symbols
    • Argument and justification
  • Quality of the oral presentation:
    • Introduction and conclusion
    • Logical organization, partial syntheses, sequences
    • Explanations, illustrations
    • transparent
    • Speaking
    • Posture, gestural, dynamics, articulation, eye
    • Time management
  • Quality of written report:
    • Spelling, syntax, style
    • Structure, contents, glossary
    • Introduction and conclusion
    • Presentation, layout, title, font

Each item is assessed according to the following criteria:
A: excellent
B: Satisfactory
C: to improve
D: unacceptable

NR1: mark of the REX1
NR2: mark of the REX2

No second session.

Additional Information

Curriculum->EIS (Apprenticeship)->3A_APPRENTI