The vocational study programme prepares students for the practice of multi-process laminating in composite materials. In some sectors, the designation assembleu-r-se-s is also used in the practice of the trade. They are called upon, as part of their trade and depending on their sector of activity, to manufacture, maintain, repair and modify composite molds, manufacture composite parts, demold and cut parts, insert components, if necessary, and finish parts. Depending on the case and the level of complexity, these individuals may need to repair parts cosmetically or structurally. Depending on the type of part to be manufactured, various processes can be used, such as: manual contact molding, simultaneous spray contact molding (manual or robotic), resin injection molding, infusion, vacuum molding of prepregs (excluding autoclave and autoclave), compression molding and others. As part of their professional practice, laminators are subject to a regulatory or normative framework, established for all stages of manufacturing, including, in particular, all measures relating to occupational health and safety, environmental protection and quality control. It is an exciting job for those who enjoy working in a team and have excellent manual dexterity, good vision and good physical endurance. A career as a stratifier is suitable for people who are thorough, precise and responsible.
Duration : 1 005 Hours
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— Contact with local aid organizations
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— Monthly follow-up with the student
Integrating the family
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— Help with child daycare or school registration
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