IFP School develops several MOOCs (massive open online courses), taught in English and subtitled in French and in Spanish, for young professionals and students in the energy and transport sectors. These free and certified online courses allow participants to gain knowledge in a specialty field or acquire additional technical skills.
Awarded in 2014 by the Cegos group in the "education" category, IFP School creates engaging content that uses serious gaming and virtual reality for easy and effective learning. In 2018, the School once again innovated with its Mobil'i'book enriched with augmented reality, which made it possible to complete and extend learning beyond the duration of the MOOC. The latest MOOC on Energy Transition offered a serious escape game to help learners get their certification!
In 2022, IFP School innovates once again and launches a new platform to tackle the challenges of the energy transition:
About IFP School's three previously offered MOOCs:
- Energy Transition: Innovation Towards a Low-Carbon Future, supported by TotalEnergies Foundation and the Fondation Tuck. This MOOC ran from March 18 to April 19, 2019. A second edition of this MOOC took place at the beginning of 2020. Given the success of the MOOC, a third edition with new content on hydrogen was held from March 8 to April 10, 2021. The three sessions drew more than 52,000 Moocers!
- Tomorrow’s Mobility: Sustainable Technologies for the Automotive Sector: dedicated to sustainable mobility. The three sessions in 2014, 2015 and 2017 were followed by more than 14,000 people from 110 countries. Supported by TotalEnergies Foundation and the SEO, the last sessions, in collaboration with IFP Training and Vedecom, took place in November 2018 and March 2020. A third session was held from November 2to December 14, 2020.
- Oil and Gas: from Exploration to Distribution: about the oil and natural gas chain, in collaboration with TotalEnergies and IFP Training. The three sessions in 2015, 2016 and 2017 brought together nearly 70,000 people from more than 150 countries.