Lycée Airbus
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Lycée Airbus

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Located in one of the industrial sites of Airbus, the Airbus high school, professional high school specialized in aeronautics professions, offers professional Baccalaureate courses at the BTS in four main fields:

- Avionics,
- Structure Aircraft,
- Boilermaking,
- Machining.

By following our curriculum, you can prepare four different diplomas:

- Baccalauréat Professionnel Aéronautique option Avionics,
- Baccalauréat Professional Aeronautics option Structure,
- Baccalauréat Professionnel Technicien Boilermonnerie industriel,
- Baccalauréat Professional Technician of Machining.

Besides, and to support the needs of the aeronautical industrial companies, young people are also trained in the versatility between the structure and avionics professions, thus enabling them to carry out the cabin fitting of aircraft.

During their academic year (second and first), young people undertake several periods of work placement. The year of completion takes place in apprenticeship. Young people know as soon as possible the requirements of the company.

In partnership with the Apprentice Training Center of Metallurgy and the Lycée Saint-Exupéry, the Lycée Airbus trains at the BTS Aeronautics.

The Lycée Airbus is also participating in the CAP Mécanicien Cellules Aéronefs training as a UFA "Apprentice training unit" for the CFAI Midi-Pyrénées.

The Lycée has defined 3 major training axes "Les 3C":

- Skills: Know-how,
- Behavior: Know-how,
- Corporate culture: The setting-up of this knowledge in a professional context

The Lycée also highlights six values:

- Commitment,
- Respect,
- Team spirit,
- Honesty,
- Rigor,
- Look, listen.

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