June 26, 2022


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ALÈS 24 students worked on their English in Sweden

24 trainees from CFA Cévennes Formations in Sweden. (Photo TR)

From May 4 to 10, 24 coaches from the CFA Cévennes Formations d’Alès traveled throughout Sweden on a rich educational journey during which they mastered Shakespeare’s language and discovered world Swedish work.

This is one of the institution’s promises before it opens in September 2021: to allow its students to travel internationally. Ales’ CFA Cévennes Formations put words into action by taking 24 coaches in the first year of BTS Operational Business Management (MCO) to Stockholm from May 4 to 10.

After traveling by air for more than 10 hours, including a stop in Munich, the latter, along with four coaches, landed in the Swedish capital. The day after their arrival, their first educational trip led them to visit Pildema (similar to Kostroma in France) and conduct interviews with staff in English. The next day, the students did the same as the ICA hypermarket, before ending their trip with a visit to Snapcross (equivalent to Metro France).

Meanwhile, after taking the boat to Djurgården Island, the delegation engaged in a cultural enrichment by visiting the Skansen Museum. Also on the show was the discovery of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu by an MMA expert with the person of Dave Jacobson. “This trip was an exceptional opportunity for us to introduce our coaches to the Swedish working world. Our trainers were able to work in their English. We were able to visit Stockholm and discover its architecture and unusual placesVirgin Royal, the communications manager of the firm, directed by Bilal L. Atlatti, then tastes.

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