Paying your tax to Haute École de Joaillerie means supporting the profession’s reference establishment, which is renowned for the quality of its teaching and its ongoing adaptations to the needs of companies.
Each year, your company chooses the establishment that will benefit from its apprenticeship tax.
Paying your tax to Haute École de Joaillerie means supporting the reference establishment in the Jewellery Trades – leading names, workshops and craftsmen – renowned in the world of Jewellery and Goldsmithing thanks to the quality of its teaching and its ongoing adaptations to the needs of companies, and ultimately the employability rate of young people trained in this setting.
For 150 years, Haute École de Joaillerie has been preparing young people for the Jewellery Professions by keeping in close step with professional realities and innovation.
In an endeavour shared with companies and the National Education System, it has raised the standard of training and skills expected to new heights, creating a structured course and a diploma that has become a beacon in the arts trades.
Paying apprenticeship tax to Haute École de Joaillerie:
- Enables the School to keep high-quality equipment: materials, tools enabling learning that is as close as possible to the professional context.
- Means encouraging innovation and the acquisition of cutting-edge equipment.