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Master 2EM – Mining Exploitation and Environment

Master 2EM – Mining Exploitation and Environment

IMT Mines Alès

Level VII 778h

The specialized Masters in Mining Exploitation and Environment for professional purposes aims to meet the growing demand for executives specialized in mining mainly in French-speaking countries producing raw materials. The ambition is to respond more specifically to the phases of the mining process “Mining Studies, Mining Projects and Extraction“. The proposed program highlights, in a very pragmatic way, the environmental, societal and economic challenges of a farm, from the discovery of a deposit, to the abandonment of the site.

Access conditions : a title of engineer (generalist or specialized) or a technical or scientific Master 2 or a technical or scientific Master 1 coupled with 3 years of professional experience in the field of Extractive Industry

En savoir +

Professional BA “Development of territorial projects, valorization of mountain products and areas »

Professional BA “Development of territorial projects, valorization of mountain products and areas »

Savoie Mont Blanc University

Level VI 450h

Professional BA aimed at training in the development of territory or sector projects within medium mountain areas in which agriculture and tourism constitute the two major economic activities.

Conditions d'accès : BTS (Advanced Technician’s certificate, BA, TUD, APEL, APEPL)

En savoir +

Progress on rope level 1 (module under development)
Progress on rope level 1 (module under development)
Progress on rope level 1 (module under development)

Progress on rope level 1 (module under development)

Speleology French Federation

Progression Techniques 24h

Under the responsibility of a competent person, you can explore a cavity or a cliff on simple obstacles.

Targeted skills :
Name, position and adjust the individual equipment necessary to progress underground. Progress on varied situations (climbing, de-climbing). Identify a handrail and know how to move safely on it. Move on ropes when climbing and descending : identify a wellhead, put my descender and descend a small vertical, stop on a rope with a descender, cross a deviation on both the descent and the climb, cross a simple splitting on the descent as on the climb. Manage my emotions related to progress techniques. Respect the environment in which I progress.

Targeted audience :
Agents of structures managing protected natural areas or touristic caves, students, higher education teachers, researchers, technicians from design offices.

Terms of Access :
Sports practice desired

Contacts :

Judicaël Arnaud – Ardeche Speleology Departmental Commitee : cds07@wanadoo.fr – 0033/(0)6.37.12.85.40

Vincent Rouyer – CREPS Auvergne Rhône-Alpes: vincent.rouyer@creps-rhonealpes.sports.gouv.fr – 0033/(0)4.75.88.45.50

Training of the guides of caves fitted out for tourism

Training of the guides of caves fitted out for tourism

The ANECAT (National Association of Operators of Caves Developed for Tourism)

Documentation, gestion des milieux 35h

The aim of this training is to increase the scientific culture of guides and operators by providing them with the knowledge necessary to build a presentation that is both scientifically rigorous and perfectly assimilated by visitors who will make them aware of prevention and conservation of underground heritage, whether natural or cultural. It also provides participants with means and techniques for group management, through work on group / content / space interactions.

Contact
A.N.E.C.A.T. – Maison de la Lozère – 4 rue Hautefeuille – 75006 Paris
Phone: 0033/(0)6 30 94 01 72
E-mail: contactanecat@gmail.com

BA « Jobs dedicated to the protection and the management of the environment specialty Manager of natural areas and Leisures »

BA « Jobs dedicated to the protection and the management of the environment specialty Manager of natural areas and Leisures »

Grenoble Alps University (CERMOSEM)

Level VI 900h

At the end of this training, you will be able to implement development, maintenance, protection, enhancement and promotion projects for natural areas. You will be able to mediate and lead a policy for the management, planning and development of recreational areas while mastering the understanding of territorial issues by acquiring the methods and tools of territorial engineering (diagnostic of territory, project management, strategic support, GIS, cartography, survey).

Conditions d'accès : BTS (Advanced Technician’s certificate, BA, TUD, APEL, APEPL)

En savoir +

Master Geography (M1, M2) – M2 Geographies, Man-environment areas, resources (GEOSPHERES)

Master Geography (M1, M2) – M2 Geographies, Man-environment areas, resources (GEOSPHERES)

Savoie Mont Blanc University

Level VII

Training focused on the place of research in the definition of environmental, sociocultural and territorial responses adapted to the context of current global change (climatic, economic, uses, etc.). It is part of a global approach to the current problems of knowledge of geosystems (mountain, karst, rural …) of integrated management and reasoned development. Anchored in the interdisciplinary synergies between environmental and territorial research/engineering, the course offers around thirty modules on current research concepts and on tools for acquiring and processing spatial data.

Duration : 1 year including an internship of 4 to 6 months in the EDYTEM laboratory

Access conditions : Master 1 in geography, environmental sciences, geosciences, human and social sciences, engineers in 3rd year of Ecole des Mines, continuing education (after validation of prior learning).

Access terms : BA, APEL, APEPL

Conditions d'accès : Licence, VAE, VAPP

En savoir +

Professional BA Degree “Protection and enhancement of the historical and cultural heritage specialty Designer of Heritage Touristic Products »

Professional BA Degree “Protection and enhancement of the historical and cultural heritage specialty Designer of Heritage Touristic Products »

Grenoble Alps University (CERMOSEM)

Level VI 900h

Training to learn to inventory the heritage, natural and cultural capital of a territory in order to define touristic products adapted to the requirements of the territory, the economy and customers. Thus, it allows holders to collaborate in the creation, evaluation, development and promotion of complete touristic packages.

Conditions d'accès : BTS (Advanced Technician’s certificate, BA, TUD, APEL, APEPL)

En savoir +

Progress on rope level 2 (Module under development)
Progress on rope level 2 (Module under development)
Progress on rope level 2 (Module under development)

Progress on rope level 2 (Module under development)

CREPS

Progression Techniques 24h

Under the responsibility of a competent person, you can explore a cavity or a cliff on simple obstacles.

Targeted skills :

Name, position and adjust the individual equipment necessary to progress underground. Progress on varied situation (climbing, de-climbing). Identify a handrail and know how to move safely on it. Move on ropes when climbing and descending : identify a wellhead, put my descender and descend a small vertical, stop on a rope with a descender, cross a deviation on both the descent and the climb, cross a simple splitting on the descent as on the ascent. Manage my emotions related to progression techniques. Respect the environment in which I progress.

Targeted audience :

Agents of structures managing protected natural areas or touristic caves, students, higher education teachers, researchers, technicians from design offices.

Terms of Access :

Be able to justify an experience in progress on ropes in the last two years : level 3rd bat delivered by the FFS or the SNPSC or to have followed level 1. Regular sports practice.

Contacts :

Judicaël Arnaud – Ardèche Speleology Departmental Commitee : cds07@wanadoo.fr – 0033/(0)6.37.12.85.40

Vincent Rouyer – CREPS Auvergne Rhône-Alpes: vincent.rouyer@creps-rhonealpes.sports.gouv.fr  – 0033/(0)4.75.88.45.50