From CAP to engineering diploma through
transport Training vocational baccalaureate, BTS, DUT, licenses or specialized schools, training in transport and logistics are numerous. Review of possible routes depending on the field of activity.
ROAD TRANSPORT TRAINING: DIPLOMAS FOR DRIVING AND OPERATION
In road transport, most of the courses accessible without the bac prepare for driving professions. This is the case of the CAPs ( reception and road driving agent, passenger transport Services; driver delivering goods; road driver goods; mover on light commercial vehicle ), the pro driver ferry road freight transport and many TP (titles professionals) issued by the transport branch. These Transport Training courses include the preparation of compulsory driving licenses to practice. The bac pro transport and the BTS GTLA (transport management and associated logistics), like some TPs, prepare for jobs in the exploitation or organization of freight.
AIR TRANSPORT TRAINING: COURSES FOR PILOTING AIRCRAFT AND HOSTING
Ground handlers and flight attendants/stewards are trained via short courses leading to titles or certificates. The bin is required. Several courses to become an airplane pilot: Enac (civil aviation), the Air School (military aviation), private schools (around fifty) and Cadets (Air France). Recruitment with a bac + 2 at least. Each also trains aeronautical safety and operations managers and air traffic controllers. Access to the vast majority of these training courses is subject to physical fitness conditions, medical examination in support. The practice of English is essential.
RAIL TRANSPORT TRAINING: TRAINING FOR COMPANIES FOR THE TRAIN
In the railway sector, each course prepares for a given profession: train driver, railway lay agent, rail switch, tram-train driver or metro or RER driver. Two possible access routes: respond to a job offer and then, once recruited by the company, undergo training alternating theory and practice; apply for apprenticeship Transport Training at the Ile-de-France rail CFA (for the jobs of the train driver and railway station agent of the SNCF). Access to different qualification levels, from CAP to bac + 2 (professional experience is sometimes required).
SEA / RIVER TRANSPORT TRAINING: DIPLOMAS FOR ALL LEVELS TO NAVIGATE
The maritime captain of sailor trains sailors; the CAP and tray pro river transport, boatmen. The professional electromechanical or vocational bins and management of maritime businesses service ( trade, fishing or professional boating option ) allow you to practice at sea or on land. They can be supplemented by a BTS maintenance of electronavals or fishing systems and management of the marine environment. You must have sailed for a certain time to obtain the certificates of proficiency or professional certificates required on certain ships.
Several TPs allow you to acquire a specialization in maritime transport. Some professional and masters licenses train in logistics and maritime port management. The ENSM trains merchant navy officers. It offers courses accessible with the bac or a bac + 2 of variable duration. The Naval Academy trains naval officers.
LOGISTICS: COURSES DEDICATED TO THE TRANSPORT TRAINING OF GOODS
The CAP operator logistics and the bac pro logistics train order preparers and warehouse truckers. The BTS GTLA (transport management and associated logistics), the DUT GLT (logistics and transport management) and certain practical jobs lead to various jobs: warehouse manager, dispatcher, charterer, stock manager, customs broker or transit. The latter two are also accessible with a BTS international trade. There are specializations in distribution logistics, logistics, and purchasing or international logistics in the professional license. Supply chain management is offered in master’s, business or engineering schools.5