ENISE assists the evolution of businesses by offering crash courses or more in-depth training leading to qualifications, based on the expertise of our lecturers and researchers in very varied fields, such as tribology, process engineering/process numerical simulation, surface integrity, material engineering, virtual and augmented reality, additive manufacturing or BIM.
ENISE has been offering support in Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) for many years, for people to obtain a diploma in engineering
Continuing Education Referent
Occupational training in augmented reality
Objective: provide students with the knowledge necessary to apprehending the technologies and means of development related to augmented reality.
At the end of the course, the learners know how to differentiate the different technologies (mobile, glasses, etc.) and their specificities. They will also have had the opportunity to try out several development platforms (Arcore, Arkit, Visual studio, etc.).
Occupational training in virtual reality
The course is broken down into several modules, which can be approached according to the level of the learners and their needs.
2 types of learners are concerned: decision makers and developers.
For the former, the objective is to instil the fundamentals of virtual reality and the technologies used, with their intended uses. At the end of the course, decision makers have the necessary discernment to make the right strategic choices and orientations.
And as far as developers are concerned, the course will lead them to understand the world of animation, its power and its limits, but also the paths between various modelling tools, which can go as far as the creation of codes to make animations.
To respond to the evolution of the world of architecture and anticipate the needs of the builders of tomorrow, ENISE and École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Saint Étienne combine their skills to create a selective course accredited by the Conférence des Grandes Écoles and dedicated to the profession of BIM Manager.
BIM Managers develop and implement BIM processes so as to facilitate the design, coordinate the various construction phases and optimise the operation of structures throughout their life cycle.
They also ensure that there is good communication and collaborative work between participants on a project, by pooling on a digital platform.
Applicants must have the level of a degree and/or its equivalent, or at least being in the process of acquiring it, in the following subjects: engineering, architecture (DLG - licensed by the government), or have a master's degree in Construction (master 2 BTP).
and be an employee or self-employed, or enter into a professional training contract.
It is possible to apply with another level of training, but with a special dispensation.