AFORMAC is a non-profit organization, specialist in lifelong learning vocational education, member of the French Vocational education federation (Fédération de la Formation Professionnelle -FFP). For more than thirty years, AFORMAC has been supporting various target groups: employees, young people, unemployed people, disabled workers, managers, seniors, etc. towards lifelong vocational education or career change.
AFORMAC has about thirty permanent formation centres located in four regions: Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Occitanie, Nouvelle Aquitaine and Centre Val de Loire.
AFORMAC Group created AFORMAC Europe to meet the challenges of a globalized labour market and the need to foster the recognition of Europeans qualifications.
AFORMAC Europe is the AFORMAC Group agency dedicated to European mobility.
As an expert in the field of vocational training, AFORMAC Group has been supporting companies and employees, jobseekers, students and young people for their professional development for more than 30 years.
Our department AFORMAC Europe offers an international mobility service since 1988, open to all public.
International mobility provides real enrichment, adaptation to cultural differences, progression in a foreign language and the development of transversal skills: communication, computer science, knowledge of professional know-how and all or part of a French or foreign certificate or diploma.
At the end of your internship, you will receive a certificate from the tutor of your host company and a EUROPASS Mobility certificate.
This is our added value for an internship : a plus on your Curriculum-Vitae or an help for a student to graduate.
AFORMAC Europe team advises you free of charge, prepares you for an internship in a company in a European Union member State.
Live the experience! It will be a success.
Chairman of the AFORMAC Group
AFORMAC Europe team
chairman of the AFORMAC Group
Director of AFORMAC Europe
European Projects Coordinator, Lyon
European Mobilities Coordinator, Clermont-Ferrand
Europe assistant, Lyon
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