Bachelor of Technology in Maintenance and Management of building and civil engineering equipment (BT-GRPM)
Developed in partnership with companies from mines, building and civil engineering works sectors to meet a need in labor force in a sector in strong growth, the Bachelor of Technology in Maintenance and Management of building and civil engineering equipment aims at training skilled professionals able to advise, train machines users, diagnose breakdowns and fix them. It is targeted at students, willing to:
- Acquire the necessary knowledge for the running of engines from the mines and civil engineering works sector: hydraulic shovel, loader, grader, etc… or maintenance: crane, fork-lift truck, pallet truck…
- Grasp the management of a material depot.
It provides important assets for a quick employability and good career prospects. In Africa, the mining sector for instance, can alone represent up to 25% of the GDP of a State. The sector of building and civil engineering equipment, boosted by the demographic boom and urbanization, experiences an average growth between 12 and 15% per year. During this training, a particular attention is given to professional qualification aspects. 85% of speakers come from partner companies. These interventions also allow students to strengthen their bonds with companies, hence increasing their chance to find a work placement or a job.
Workshops and work placements, awarded by certificates are also organized in partnership with the leading constructors in the area: Caterpillar, Liebherr, and Komatsu. With a one to two weeks length, they are also open to executive in activity, who wishes to increase their skills on a specific area.
The Bachelor of Technology in Maintenance and Management of building and civil engineering equipment will enable the acquisition of:
- Quickly detect the problem of the engine in case of dysfunction and ensure its curative maintenance.
- Choose and implement a complete and profitable program of preventive maintenance.
- Optimize storage of spare parts.
As well as managerial competences
- Advise users about the choice and use of equipment and materials, taking into account security and regulation aspects.
- Manage and train a collaborators’ team.
The technician who is graduated from a Bachelor of Technology in in Maintenance and management of civil engineering equipment, will be able to work within varied sectors: constructors, car dealers, renting of civil engineering works and materials, civil engineering firms, maintenance, mining companies, agriculture and forestry exploitations, armed force etc. He can take on positions such as:
- Head of workshops or material depot.
- Head of the After Sales Services
- Technical salesman,
- Maintenance Team leader
- Maintenance Technician
- Head of workshops or of the material depot.
- Technical Adviser
Entry level and admission requirements
The Bachelor of Technology in Maintenance, Management and Repair of civil engineering equipment is open to students holding a two-year University degree
- 2iE’s students in initial training who have validated the first two Bachelor years.
- Students who hold a two-year university degree in mechanical, electromechanical, electronic industrial maintenance engineering
- Professionals who have a 2-year university degree in civil or rural engineering and hold a technical or scientific A-level (series S, E, F1, F2 or F3), working since at least five years in the areas of civil engineering (Validation of professional experience)
The students are selected upon consideration of their applications, according to their initial training and the relevancy of their professional project.
- Private: 3 810 euros / 2 500 000 F CFA
- Companies, States: 5 340 euros / 3 500 000 F CFA
Excludes travel expenses and accommodation. A payment schedule in four installments exists to facilitate payment. There are grants, subsidies and credit funding solutions.
The training takes place in nine months. It is based on theoretical teaching, tutorials and practical work sessions in labs and equipped workshops.
Besides theoretical classes (230h), students also benefit from workshops and work placements, awarded with certificates, elaborated in partnership with Caterpillar, Liebherr and Komatzu.
A four-month work placement in a company is compulsory, and attested by a dissertation viva in front of a jury made up of professionals and teachers.
The training is organized in 5 course units (60 credits). The total number of lesson hours is 525 hours including tutorials and practical work sessions. Details of the course units:
- Basic Techniques
- Applied Techniques
- Engine Maintenance
- Engine Fixing
Each course unit is subdivided in modules such as automatic and computer sciences, mechanical conception, etc.
2iE proposes 3 dates for the academic year start. You can start your training in January, in May or in September. To apply and follow up your file online, please check our enrolment platform.