Professional Bac Conduct and Management of Agricultural Operations
Professional baccalaureate in 2 years in apprenticeship courses
The Bac Pro CGEA training by apprenticeship begins in 1st professional after a 2nd professional Animal Productions carried out in high school in initial course or after 2 years of CAPa agricultural trades
To acquire skills:
In the management of livestock and associated fodder crops
In the controlling and management of a farm
In communication with the professional environment:
involvement in agricultural structures, marketing the products of the farm...
The diploma of the Bac Pro Conduct and Management of Agricultural Operations prepare students to take responsibility
to be a Manager or qualified employee who will be given a freedom in the conduct of his
The business management skills necessary for the job of a farm manager can Then be developed by continuous studies in BTS Analysis and Management in Agricultural. Operations.
The Formation is carried out in alternation 15 days in formation15 days in company on average during the year.
A total of 20 weeks of training per year are provided at the ISSAT Apprenticeship Training Center in REDON.
The apprenticeship contract is signed between the apprentice and his apprenticeship master for 2 years and follows the rules of the apprenticeship contract (working time, remuneration). The search for the apprenticeship master should be done early to allow the contract to start for the training in September to be completed.
Each year the training program is same as that followed by students of the vocational school but achieved over fewer weeks of training... Apprenticeship courses therefore requires strong involvement of the apprentice and support from the apprentice master.
practical know how
of diversified operations
Love animals, interest in breeding: milking cows, lead the herd, take care of animals, feed,... Be curious and open, have an interpersonal skills.
Agricultural production sector, particularly in the exploitation of Polyculture-breeding (dairy cows, suckler cows, goats, sheep, etc.). Para-agricultural sector providing technical advice to farmers.
Farmers, farm employees, specialized breeders, livestock technicians