My name is Antoine Vischery. At the moment, I’m a student in an engineering school in France.
Before being in this engineering school, I had 2 years technical qualification in electricity and industrial automation in a university in France. It was doing a sandwich course.
Now, I’m in HEI, it’s an engineering school in France. I’m an apprentice.
During the school cycle, we must validate an international mobility experience, which must be carried out in a country far from the school, in order to discover another culture, and allow a progression of the practice of the foreign language. That’s why I would like to do this internship in an English speaking country. This mobility would take place between July 2, 2018 and September 21, 2018. This is an unpaid internship.
After my studies, I want to work in another sector relating to electricity. I would like to work in a field of sound, lighting and video. I have been passionate about this for many years and the internship would allow me to acquire new skills.
I contacted you because your company corresponds perfectly to what I am looking for.
Do you propose this type of internship?
Please contact me again if you need any more information.
Thank you, in advance, for your consideration.
Steve Heap: 9th Apr 2018 13:07:00
This month, you can read about the new partnership we’ve sealed with HMRC to tackle incidents of tax fraud in the private security industry. In other SIA news, we have written a blog reflecting on our Manchester open day.
31st July 2018
The En Indy Awards
The story of David and Goliath is well known but the reality is that Goliath normally wins and this is reflected in many industry awards programmes. EN introduced The Indy Award recently to cater for exactly this – to allow smaller, independent organisers to compete with their peers rather than the global behemoths we know and love.
18th July 2018
The Festival And Outdoor Events Show (festout)
The Festival and Outdoor Events Show (Festout) returns with a focus on key industry training September 26th/27th, Sandown Park, Esher, Surrey
17th July 2018
30 Under Thirty
The EN 30/30 returns for its 4th outing, to recognise excellence in the next generation of exhibition professionals.
4th July 2018
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