Julien Cavelier’s experience

Julien-Cavelier-Flexmag01“Since September 2009, I’ve been in the engineering program at ISPA, which combines scientific and technical cultures with industrial concerns throughout the apprenticeship.

I did not want to be an apprentice in a manufacturing unit or in the subsidiary of a major industrial group. A former teacher of mine talked to me about Technoflex, claiming there was what I was looking for. Indeed, the firm’s human scale and my interest for pharmaceutical industry motivated my decision join in.

Technologies and innovations are the two essential elements in the theoretical training provided at ISPA, and those two components naturally combine in my work at the R&D department. Most projects I am entrusted with aim at turning an idea into a product while striving to optimize every step of the product’s life cycle from the design on, so that it is respectful of man and the environment.”

Apprentices are popular
“Welcoming apprentices following a sandwich course in our department paves the way for the possible hiring of future collaborators, but it also gives us a different vision, which may make us reconsider our habits. The contribution of new ideas is a definite advantage,” notes François Capitaine.