YOU ARE A TEACHER
The guided tours can be adapted to the level of the pupils, school programmes and teaching projects. Major themes can be set out: water, energy, the environment, sustainable development, territory, energy transition, civil engineering structures, architecture, heritage, history, electricity, mechanics, industry.
The extras of the tour
- Guided tours adapted to the ages of the types of public and school programmes.
- Tools for pedagogical and lively instruction (handling, experiments) for understanding hydroelectricity.
- Unique access to the heart of the industrial facility, from the machine room to the control room.
- A games booklet for year 5 and 6 primary school pupils.
All the information for organising your tour
- Admission from 8 years old
- Reservation obligatory
- Groups of 20 people (a class will be split into 2 groups)
- Picnic area close by
Discover and understand:
- A large enterprise in the Rhone Valley
- Renewable energy production
- The trades of the energy sector
- The stakes of sustainable development
Specific themes can be developed between you and the tour guide, depending on the teaching project.
For year 5 and 6 primary school children
- Discovery and observation: understanding the industrial nature of the site, reading the landscape, initiation in technical scientific vocabulary.
- Awareness of the uses of water and energy.
- Initiation in the notions of climate change, energy transition and the role of the individual.
For secondary school children
- Understanding the interactions between human beings and the environment, between resources and production, between the stakes of energy transition and belonging to the community.
- The notions of territory, development and energy.
- Discovery of how the energy of water is transformed into electricity and learning the associated technical language.
For college students
- A case study of territorial development regarding its economic, social and environmental dimensions.
- Understanding the techniques of renewable energy production and their place in energy transition.
- Knowledge of the trades involved in hydroelectricity.
For university students
- Production sites that provide lessons in electricity, mechanics, physics and materials, energy and the environment, civil engineering.
- Understanding the professions linked to the operation of hydroelectricity installations.