The GRETA of Creation, Design and Fine Crafts

The GRETA of Creation, Design and Crafts of Art is a structure of the National Education which offers training for adults. These trainings are organized during the evening or during the day to meet the skills needs of companies and individuals.

 

The GRETA of Creation, Design and Fine Crafts is a continuing education center, created by the French Ministry of Education on 1st January 2011 from the combination of three GRETA (Arts appliqués, Mode and Réseau Graphique), which offers training programs for adults :
Day or evening classes, full- or part-time
Professionalizing degree courses
Tailor-made, in-house or in the training centre
E-learning

The GRETA supports individual projects of V.A.E (accreditation of acquired experience) for obtaining certifications in the trades of Creation, Design and Art professions.

A variety of training areas


Fashion Accessories – Wood Arts and Crafts – Book Arts and Crafts – Jewellery – Embroidery – Hairdressing / Image and Style – Space Design – Graphic Design – Industrial and Textile Design – Publishing industry – Plastic Expression – Fashion Professions and Trades – Leather Trades – Internet Trades – Glass Trades – Performance Stage and Costumes –  Upholstered Furniture – Photography

Renowned establishments in Paris


Schools for Applied Arts
Boulle, Duperré, Estienne and the ENSAAMA


Schools for trades
Octave Feuillet, Paul Poiret, Turquetil, Lucas de Nehou

Vocational schools
Corvisart-Tolbiac, Maximilien Vox, Auguste Renoir, Brassaï, Elisa Lemonnier, Marie Laurencin

High standards of quality


  • A personalized support for the funding aids.
  • The regular use and renewal of equipments to adapt to changing technologies and trades.
  • A strong network of professionals from the training areas in which the GRETA is operating.
  • Trainers trained to individualize, working professionals who provide their skills and expertise to the trainees.
  • Training engineers at the service of professionals in the creation and design trades.
  • Participation in international projects to develop local needs in training and promote traditional knowledge and know-how.

 

A team that supports you in your projects


Our team is composed by 35 permanent members and more than 250 speakers specialized in the creation, design and art professions.

Chairman of the GRETA of Creation, Design and Métiers d’Art
Laurent Scordino-Mazanec, Headmaster of ENSAAMA (Higher National School of Applied Arts and Crafts)

Authorizing person of the GRETA of Création, Design and Métiers d’Art


Josiane Giammarinaro, Headmaster of Boulle, School of applied arts, art professions, interior architecture and design and professional school of furnishing trades.

Director
Sarah De Nadai – +33 1 43 46 23 43 – s.denadai@cdma.greta.fr

Reception Desk
Mélanie Vallé – 
Sophie Larchet
+33 1 44 08 87 77
info@cdma.greta.fr


The Training Consultants build training courses and answer the needs of the companies that are seeking to adapt to the changing techniques of the trades. They also propose professional reorientations to individuals.

The Coordinators recruit, welcome and support the trainees throughout their training.
They implement logistics: schedule, equipments and rooms.

Carole Cérignat – Sophie Cruz – Stéphanie Margelidon – Loïc Lesvignes  – Julien Bogard – Séverine Estival – Helen Fréard-Brion – Corinne Frankiel  – Jessica Vinot

The Training Assistants carry out the follow-up of the trainees: training funding, remuneration during the training period, absences management.

Sandrine Leroy – Sabrina Farade – Jessye Pelasimba  – Latifa Benkherfallah – Wladimir Kamieniak – Michelle Chemouny

Communication department


Communication officer – Julie Bergue – j.bergue@cdma.greta.fr
Communication assistant and quality control  Emmanuel Comptios – e.comptios@cdma.greta.fr