Enterprise Education

Students create with the company


  • Catherine Gérardin, teacher and head of the Logistic and Transport Management IUT at the University of Franche-Comté
  • Mickael Delamadeleine, Quality analyst and Uptale referent at Stellantis

Students at the University of Franche-Comté create modules as part of their training. This system allows them to explore and understand their expertise in depth. Completed over several weeks, the modules are then used by Stellantis in the training of their newcomers.

The Stellantis Vesoul production site was looking for a way to increase the learners’ and trainers’ focus in a modern and efficient way. Very quickly, they thought of Virtual Reality. The partnership allows the students to train, and the production site to benefit from meticulously created training modules.


4 modules and ongoing projects.
Time saving: 30min per learner versus 3h before.
Involvement of creation increases understanding and retention.
A dynamic and innovative image of the company.

ROI with Uptale

training time for trainers (From 3 hours to 30 minutes )
Newcomers onboarded with Uptale
Of success in training


« We wanted to start integrating new technologies because the professions for which we train our students are evolving towards connected tools. We wanted to respond with new ways of learning, and using virtual reality was the first step.

At the beginning, our objective was to produce a one-off project for the students, but then they showed us all the advantages of being actors in virtual creation. »

— Catherine Gérardin, teacher and head of the Logistic and Transport Management IUT at the University of Franche-Comté, & Mickael Delamadeleine, Quality analyst and Uptale referent at Stellantis

Catherine Gérardin - University of Franche-Comté

« Mathieu, a student at the IUT: He didn’t think he would learn so much about the world of logistics by creating on this tool. He thought that it would focus them on one element, whereas to create you have to know the whole environment. So they learned a lot about the process, the relationships between actors and understood the environment in which they were evolving. »

Mickael Delamadeleine - Stellantis

« Given the success of our training courses, they will be duplicated at other Stellantis Group sites and applied to other professions. »

Create engaging experiences that leave a lasting result

Speaker: Valeria Martinez

Anesthesist and teacher at the UVSQ

Teachers are challenged to carry out training after the announcement of numerous reforms without change in the teaching staff.

– Double the number of students

– A profound change in teaching: Competence, evaluation of know-how (ECOS)

In this context, it is necessary to find solutions to meet the pedagogical needs of students while maintaining a quality standard. Simulation has therefore been developed on mannequins, in role plays and also in virtual reality.

What needs does the first experience meet?

Based on an observation concerning sixth-year students:

Know how to explain
Know how proceed
Don't feel ready


The first module deals with morphine titration, a situation not often encountered by students during their internship. This experience will be deployed to all sixth year students.



« We have a lot of projects. We can make the scenarios more complex or simpler depending on the target (students, nurses, doctors). We want to multiply these experiences to other specialties and health professions starting next year on 100 to 150 student classes. »

— Valeria Martinez, Anesthesist and teacher at the UVSQ


Immersive experience content

Emotional dimension

Immersion, real patients, dealing with stress, making decisions

Setting up automated systems

Observation, research of necessary elements to proceed

Practical complementarity

The first experience does not unfold on a real patient. VR allows to visualize and integrate the situation prior toproceeding.