Here are the services available to you:
It gave you the opportunity to:
› Submit your CV or your job offers, internships and work-study programs
› Apply for numerous jobs or consult candidates profiles and get in touch with them
- Have a reception desk free of charge for one day during the Global Industrie exhibition
- Meet job applicants in 30-minutes time slots
- Meet a panel of companies informally over a period of three days
Four sessions was organized:
› Young graduates, get off to the right start!
› Stay ahead and drive your career better!
› Do you have what it takes to be an entrepreneur?
› You have what it takes to be a consultant?
The professional associations of each of each Global Industrie sectors had a GI Avenir reception desk directly on their stand or on the GI Avenir stand.
They welcome you to talk about their profession and the career paths available but also about the associated training. A job wall dedicated to the sector concerned was also be made available to you.
Global Industrie was putting the emphasis this year on learning about jobs in industry.
The best way of doing this was to accompany young people and teachers as they discover the exhibitors at the Global Industrie exhibition.
The aim is to understand, discover, exchange, be inspired and construct your future career plan.
New! Global Industrie was partnering with the GIM and was offering an interactive and animated tour of the trades hub (AFORP), 10 minutes from the exhibition.
In May, three possibilities:
#1 Self-guided tour of the exhibition
#2 School group
Discovery tour of the Hub des métiers, AFORP + Guided tour of the exhibition prepared and supervised by a professional
#3 Guided tours dedicated to teachers from the CEFPEP platform
In partnership with the Aerospace Jobs and Qualifications Campus of the University of Evry, GI Avenir was launching its Hackathon dedicated to Data Science.
The opportunity for candidates (university students, engineering students) to show their skills to optimize the forecasting of product demands, a major industrial issue.
› Two competitions over two days of 5 teams
› A 100% female team, in partnership with Elles Bougent
A dataset was proposed containing the history of product demand for a manufacturing company with a worldwide activity. The company offers thousands of products in dozens of product categories. There are four central warehouses, each warehouse manages the shipment of products in the region for which it is responsible. Because products are manufactured in different locations around the world, it normally takes more than a month to ship products by sea to the various central warehouses. If monthly forecasts could be made for each product in the different central warehouses, with reasonable accuracy, this would allow the company to better control its supplies, deliveries and inventories, thus minimizing its costs.
In this competition, papAI was used to solve this problem and create the best forecasting system using historical data.
The historical data set is divided into training and test data sets with proportions of 80% and 20% respectively. Only the ream was given to build the model, then the test set was used to evaluate it. The Mean Absolute Error (MAE) was used to select the best model.
The truck of the plastics industry was installed in the heart of the exhibition.
On the program:
› Visit of the truck
› Discovery of trades and training
› Discussions with local manufacturers who are recruiting apprentices
The Worldskills were present at the exhibition for training in real conditions in the colors of th French flag.
4 selected trades:
Mobile robotics :
- CAD (Computer Aided Design) timed on international level drawings.
- CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) on the same plans.
Tips to gain speed.
-CAD (Computer Aided Design) timed on international level drawings.
International Event Exercises:
On Tuesday, May 17, thirty or so students from an eighth-grade class discovered the Hub des métiers (AFORP) for a morning focused on jobs and an afternoon of discussions at the exhibition
Young girl students, graduates and women looking for a job, an internship or a work-study program came to meet exhibitors on Tuesday, May 17, to learn about their activities and professions