Presentation of TPA
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Presentation of TPA

Total Professeurs Associés was established in July 2001 and operates as a Loi 1901 (i.e. not-for-profit) association.
Our goal is to build bridges between the oil industry and academic circles by delegating professors or experts who deliver technical or business-related presentations.

Member professors are working or retired Total Group employees who lecture in their field of expertise. Together, they cover all the technical and non-technical areas that a large international group can encompass. A regularly-updated list of courses and professors is available on the website.

In practice, European engineering schools, business schools and universities interested in one or more of our courses approach us with their request.

We approve the course and put the relevant member professor(s) in touch with the interested school or university. They agree on course dates, content, audience level and prerequisites, and possibly compensation.

TPA can cover member professors' travel expenses but we do not charge for our services. We also take care of the teaching logistics (in the form of CR-ROMs, photocopies, and the like).

All TPA courses outside Europe are organised via the appropriate Total Group subsidiary.

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Courses given in January

Courses in France:

Mr Jean-Paul Xavier made a "Planète Energies" presentation presenting the world of Enterprise and Energies to 21 students from CE2, CM1 and CM2 of the primary school of Barinque.

Mr Jean-Claude Sétier gave his course entitled "Environment" at the University of Marseille-Aix-en-Provence, CEREGE, Campus Saint-Charles. 60 Third and fourth year students from several Masters who all had a common "QSE training" attended this course.

He also gave this course at the Bordeaux I University, an interactive course that attracted the attention of 50 students by its "field" and practical aspects.

Mr Jacques Bousquet spoke on four half-days at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Ingénieurs en Arts Chimiques et Technologiques (ENSIACET) for his course entitled "Chemistry and chemical engineering for a sustainable industry".

11 students from various backgrounds (BTS, DUT ...) from the IUT Lannion have benefited during 8 half-days of the course "Management of project in the petroleum industry" of Mr. Michel Fouteau.

 

Courses in Belgium:

Mr Quentin de Borrekens gave his course "Sciences (secondary)" on 49 hours to 12 students of SAAVATUS.

 

Conferences in France:

Mr Jérémy Mineau gave his lecture "A day at the Grandpuits refinery" in front of 80 students in 4th and 5th year at the INSA in Rouen.

Mr. Eric de Merville spoke to 22 students from ISIGE-MINES ParisTech for his lecture titled "Oil and natural gas reserves".

 

Conference in Belgium:

75 students from the Saint Jean Baptiste Institute in WAVRE attended the conference entitled "Young people, chemistry and life sciences" presented by Mr Dominique Bouveret.

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