The Eranove group’s lasting success is based on its ability to foster a mosaic of African talent. This is made possible, in large part, by the training that it offers through its ‘Academies’.
Established 6th March 1970, the Centre for Electricity Jobs (CME) of the Ivory Coast Electricity Company (CIE), located in Bingerville in the Abidjan suburbs, is a training centre that specialises in electricity and management roles. In May 2018, the CME signed a partnership agreement with the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (CNAM) to offer the first French professional degree taught in Western Africa. The CME earned RH Excellence certification and was named a ‘centre of excellence’ by the Association of African Electricity Companies (ASEA). In 2017, in addition to the 230 students in the degree programme, 4416 employeees have been accepted into advanced training and 220 professionals have begun basic training.