The Cnam en Grand Est Centre is a higher professional education public centre that is a training body registered with the Regional Prefecture. It is run by Professor Jean-Claude Bouly. The activities of the Cnam en Grand Est Centre are managed by a non-profit association of public utility, the AGCnam Grand Est, chaired by Sylvie Petiot.
The Cnam en Grand Est
The purpose of the Regional Centre of the Cnam en Grand Est is to provide a framework for conducting the missions of the Cnam public institution within its territory. It deploys the training offer across the region, complying with the general missions and societal values espoused by the Cnam.
The Regional Centre of the Cnam en Grand Est, located in Nancy (Meurthe-et-Moselle), co-ordinates a network of 19 establishments (education centres, units or training locations run under a partnership), spread out in such a way as to uniformly cover the regional and cross-border territory.
With nearly 4,800 students, the Cnam en Grand Est is the second-largest regional centre in France (after the Parisian public institution).
Its activity is deployed based on four specific sectors:
- The core sector: Continuing higher education
- Neighbouring sectors: Combined work and training (apprenticeships and professionalisation), continuing education, and Ardan (Regional Action for the Development of New Activities in the Greater Eastern Region)
- Related sectors: GTEC (Territorial Management of Jobs and Skills) of a cross-border and European nature, digital training offers, scientific and technical knowledge (Grand’Est Innov@tion(s), transitions under way, etc.)
- Related sectors: Cnam-ISTNA, Lab’S DN
The Cnam en Grand Est’s services offer currently includes 109 full syllabuses, 76 Teaching Units (TUs) and 75 remote learning TUs. The training courses cover Levels III, II and I, in the four existing certification sectors: RNCP (National Register of Professional Certifications), CTI (Engineering Diploma Committee), LMD (Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees) or Institution-level.
The main scientific and technical training specialities: Construction & Public Works, construction, civil engineering, energy, information technology, risks, health, and safety etc.
The main tertiary training specialities: Commerce, marketing, accounting, social intervention, work psychology, various types of management, entrepreneurship, etc.