The LVMH school opens a leather work course. 150 places to become accessories masters

The Institut des Métiers d’Excellence opens to leather goods. The LVMH high-school vocational training school will launch the course this year, going to joining three other new courses that are part of the 14 existing courses. On Thursday, the chairman of the LVMH’s group, Bernard Arnault, welcomed the fourth class of aspiring school students, which with its dedicate training, allowed the brand to broadcast their savoir-faire and at the same time promote crafts and creativity among younger generations. After the first 28 students enrolled in the first year, now the aspiring group employees are over 300, but only less than half will succeed in finding a place in LVMH. The chosen course leads to a recognised diploma in France, Italy and Switzerland, and provides apprenticeships paid within some of the group’s homes.

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