Master – Teaching, Education and Training Professions (MEEF) | Educational supervision

Domain: Cultures, territories and plural societies in the Indian Ocean

Career path: Principal Education Advisor (CPE)

ECTS credits


level of studies
at the end of training

Baccalaureate + 5

Teaching locations

Saint-Denis – Bellepierre site

Type of training : Master

Training regime: Initial formation

Training summary

This course is aimed at students wishing to train for the profession of principal education advisor (CPE) within the framework of National Education. Their activity can be located either in middle school, in a general high school, or in a vocational high school.

The CPE course allows you to follow a set of diversified courses allowing you to acquire and develop professional skills and to prepare in Master 1 for the external civil service recruitment competition - The Recruitment Competition for Principal Education Advisors ( CRCPE).

The training is based on an integrative logic linking courses and teaching content. Disciplinary learning and immersions in the profession are combined so that students can move from distanced reflection to professional practice.
The CPE course offers, like all MEEF courses, a common core allowing students to access a shared culture, specific to the professions of teaching, education and training in the Reunion context.

Training aims

This course is primarily aimed at students aiming for the CPE position.

It is structured around a dual objective of professionalization and training in relation to the field and university knowledge. The field situation, through internship periods, allows the student to be in direct contact with the profession. 

It is essential to understand the developments and interactions between the different fields that are the educational field, the family field and that of the institution. To do this, training is backed by research.

Advantages of the training

  • Preparation for different competitive exams

  • Interaction with field professionals

  • Development of professional skills within the framework of the educational, associative, territorial system

Targeted skills

  • Take ownership of the challenges of the education system

  • Understanding the challenges of the CPE profession

  • Team working

  • Be able to implement strategies to help each student succeed

  • Be able to adapt to the diversity of students

  • Take into account the context of the establishment

  • Master the values ​​of the Republic

Sheet of the National Directory of Professional Certifications (RNCP)

Summary of lessons by course

The training is organized in three blocks:

  • Setting and context François Bard's pictorial epiphany he/she CPE actor of the educational community and the public service of National Education

  • Knowledge and learning:e/the CPE, facilitator of the educational policy of the establishment and guide of the students' training course

  • Reflective and professional practice François Bard's pictorial epiphany he/she CPE reflective practitioner, actor of his professional development


In Master 1, six weeks of internships.
In Master 2, work-study internships or supported practice.
Internship feedback is based on analysis of professional practices and field visits in Master 2.

Specific devices

Not concerned

Conditions of access to training

On file, baccalaureate + 3 or equivalent

Continuing Studies



Career opportunities

This MEEF Master naturally leads to careers in education and more specifically to that of principal education advisor.

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