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With ISEAH Formation

Proposed byISEAH

Target audience

AudienceStatutory refugees, Beneficiaries of subsidiary protection, Beneficiaries of temporary protection, Stateless people, French citizens
Level of FrenchA2, B1, B2, C1, C2


Free of charge

Availability requested

Duration of commitmentBetween 6 and 18 months
Frequency of participationAbout 35 hours per week
Days of attendanceevery day


Be in possession of a residence permit or a receipt

Where is it?

Train in trades and sales

Updated on il y a 6 mois

What is it?

It is a qualifying training course that prepares you for careers in commerce, sales and mass distribution.

Training can begin at any time of the year.
There is no need to have a diploma or specific experience in these professions to start training.

The training offered is work-study. There are 1 to 2 days of training per week (remote videoconference) and the rest of the week you work in store.

The training prepares you for several professions:

  • Self-service employee
  • Cashier / receptionist
  • Drive-through order picker
  • Multi-skilled retail clerk (checkout/radius)
  • Fresh produce salesperson (delicatessen, fishmonger's, cheese shop, bakery)
  • Non-food product salesperson (ready-to-wear, household equipment, DIY, sport)
  • Butcher.

Why is it interesting?

  • Develop your knowledge of the company
  • Know how to adapt your posture at work
  • Visit businesses...

You can learn a trade and work in a store at the same time. At the end of the training, you validate a CQP (Professional Qualification Certificate).

You are paid a percentage of the minimum wage (Smic).

This varies according to your age and your progress through the course:

  • From the age of 16 to 25, you are paid a percentage of the minimum wage (SMIC)
  • From the age of 26, you are paid 100% of the minimum wage.

How to do it?

  • You can make an appointment online here
  • Choose the date and time, when you are available for a telephone interview
  • Write your personal information (last name, first name, address, telephone number, email address) and confirm.
  • You then receive an email which confirms the appointment
  • Watch the video that presents the training
  • Send your CV by email to
  • Also send your Pôle emploi identifier if you are registered with Pôle emploi.
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