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  • Person in charge of mention

    All the courses are under the direction of a mention manager.
    Each person in charge of a mention is designated by the director of the Inspé after consultation with the partners concerned by the training.
    The mention manager is in charge of coordinating all the courses attached to him/her. It is also responsible for all the training organisations relating to the field of competence of the award, whether it concerns in-service training schemes for primary and secondary school teachers, validation of prior learning, hosting of foreign students, or any other action relating to training.

    For the first degree, the functions of the mention 1 first degree, the functions of the mention manager are confused with the functions of the person in charge of the schools' teaching career. A Mention Steering Committee is set up, chaired by the Mention Manager and composed of four deputies and five coordinators. This steering committee is in charge of implementing the training plan, monitoring the work of the primary school improvement council and liaising with the various teaching teams in order to harmonise the organisation of training courses. It is also in charge of implementing all training activities relating to primary education.

    For the second degree mention 2, the person in charge of the mention is assisted by a steering committee composed of a coordinator of the UFR sciences, a coordinator of the UFR ALLSH, a coordinator of the AU and two coordinators of the Inspé training courses, one for the sciences domain, the other for the ALLSH domain. The director of the Inspé shall appoint the members of the steering committee after consultation with the heads of the components concerned.
    In particular, it ensures that the responses provided for each of the training missions entrusted to the pathways are correctly and fully taken into account.
    It also ensures that what is undertaken complies with the training policy decided by the Institute Council, in accordance with the project that defines the framework for accreditation and in compliance with the more general policy guidelines of each of the partners (AMU, AU and academy).

    The Citation Chair (or his/her representative) is an ex-officio member of the development councils that fall under his/her Citation.
    He or she participates in the management bodies set up by the Director and is invited to the Inspé's advisory bodies.
    To carry out his or her duties, the mention manager relies on the services of the training division.

  • Career path manager

    Each teaching team is placed under the direction of a course manager.
    Each course manager is appointed by the director of the Inspé after consultation with the partners concerned by the training.
    For the first degree course of the MEEF Master's degree, the course manager is assisted by four deputies, one for each training site. Each deputy is appointed by the director of the Inspé after consultation with the course manager and the person in charge of the relevant mention.
    For the courses of the MEEF second degree mention 2 that associate several components of the AMU and/or AU, the course leader is assisted by one or two deputies chosen from the component concerned. Each deputy is appointed by the director of the Inspé after consultation with the head of the component concerned.
    The course manager is responsible for the organisation, implementation, coordination and regulation of all the training systems to meet all the missions entrusted to the Inspé in the field of training that falls within its remit.
    It acts within the framework of the training policy decided by the school council, in accordance with the project that defines the framework for accreditation.
    Its action is more generally in line with AMU's orientations, in particular the framework defined by its Board of Directors and its Training and University Life Commission.
    It also ensures that the organisations implemented are in line with the orientations of the two project partners, the AU and the academy.
    To carry out his or her tasks, the course manager relies on the services of the training division.

  • The pedagogical team

    The pedagogical teams are the basic structure for organising all the Inspé's training missions.
    All the training courses concerning a training path are entrusted to a pedagogical team. These missions integrate the organizations :

    of initial training (courses and options) ;
    in-service training of teachers and educational personnel at primary and secondary levels;
    training for teaching and research staff and teachers in the framework of the University's Centre for Pedagogical Innovation and Evaluation ;
    validation of experience, validation of professional experience, validation of higher education;
    specific training in relation to external partners, for example, in the context of international relations.

    A pedagogical team is composed of all the trainers - teachers, teacher-researchers, field professionals, temporary workers, contract workers, etc. - who are responsible for the training of the students. - who are involved in one of the training courses that fall within the scope of one of the missions assigned to a training course, whether they are assigned to the Inspé, or to one of the AMU components, or to a partner institution.
    A single teacher or teacher-researcher may be attached to several teaching teams.
    For the teaching career of primary schools, a longitudinal coordination of the EU is set up by group of EUs. Five groups are thus created: Group 1 brings together EU 1.1, 2.1, 3.1 and 4.1; Group 2 brings together EU 1.2, 2.2, 3.2 and 4.2; and so on. One coordinator per group is responsible for ensuring the longitudinal coherence of the EUs within the same group and transversally with the other groups in consultation with the other coordinators.