By choosing TALM School of Art and Design you support creativity and education in the creative arts, investing in your future employees’ training in the fields of creativity, research and innovation: art, sculpture, textiles, object design, territorial design, sound design, computer and mechatronic design, and sculpture conservation and restoration.
Each year some fifty professionals graduate from the TALM School of Art and Design at the end of their studies, ready to join your organisation or to partner with you.
In 2020, Training Levy payment terms changed.
The balance of the Training Levy will be calculated based on the 2019 payroll, i.e. 13% of 0.68% of the total payroll. In other words, it corresponds to 0.08% of the 2019 payroll. This calculation is an estimate and will be adjusted in 2021 depending on the 2020 payroll.
Since the reform, the levy is split in two:
- 87% for financing apprenticeships (former apprenticeship quota);
- 13% for employers to finance initial professional and technological training excluding apprenticeships (former non-apprenticeship quota).
TALM is authorised to receive the balance (i.e. 13%) of the Training Levy under UAI code: 0490068H.
How to pay the Training Levy to TALM
You can pay the 13% Training Levy balance directly to TALM:
- By cheque payable to: EPCC École supérieure d’art et de design TALM at the following address:
École supérieure d’art et de design
72, rue Bressigny
49100 Angers, France; or
- by bank transfer: in the transfer order include your company number (SIRET) and the words “Taxe d’Apprentissage TALM”.
Download the payment form at the bottom of this page and send it to us at the above address. A receipt indicating the amount and the date of payment shall be sent to you when funds are received.
We are available at any time to discuss the different types of partnerships possible between TALM and your company.
When to pay the remaining 13% of your Training Levy.
The levy is payable before 31 May 2021.
Your financial support is an essential contribution to:
• contemporary art;
• the quality of arts education necessary to develop the creative economy and innovation;
• the professionalisation of artists and designers and opportunities for them to participate in technical and cultural developments; and
• student participation in the field of research.
- 52 Erasmus establishments in Europe;
- 15 international establishments;
- numerous companies and organisations throughout France and abroad to host students for work experience.
- numerous associations and institutions for workshops, exhibitions of students’ work, etc.
- in higher education and research in France:
- ComUE Université Bretagne Loire and ComUE Centre-Val de Loire Université
- Université d’Angers, Université Catholique de l’Ouest (UCO), École Supérieure du CNDC (Angers), Université François Rabelais (Tours), Université du Maine (Le Mans), Laboratoire d’Acoustique de l’Université du Maine (LAUM) part of the CNRS, Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique - Musique (IRCAM), etc.
For further information or to arrange a meeting, please contact Dorian Gaston by email: email@example.com or by phone: +33 (0)2 72 79 86 97.