Education sector trains students with SchemBAT software


The URMA PACA campus (Chambre des Métiers et de l’Artisanat) offers a wide range of training courses for the construction industry, from CAP to BAC+3.
The CFAR branch in Digne-les-Bains offers apprenticeship training for CAPs and BPs (Brevet Professionnel) in the electrical branch.
The establishment has acquired SchemBAT electrical CAD software licenses to train students in best practices in the electrical building sector.

Teacher Franck Q. explains:
We chose SchemBAT software for our electrical course, because we felt it was the most comprehensive, both in terms of teaching and business.

After training at FTZ in the use of SchemBAT software, our teachers in turn train students on concrete projects. Starting from a house plan, they design a standardized electrical installation in SchemBAT:
layout, wiring, diagram and panel.
They define the high/low currents and add KNX home automation devices for energy management, lights, shutters, etc.
Then they put their electrical studies into practice, wiring a 3D cell with false ceilings, walls and floor.

SchemBAT enables them to use electrical design software in real-life conditions, just as if they were working in a professional environment.

Other establishments have also chosen SchemBAT software: High schools, CFA, CFAI, CFAR, etc.

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