A major player in inclusion through heritage
Building site in La Ciotat
Fort d’Entrecasteaux (upper part of Fort Saint-Nicolas) from the 17th century and classified as a historical monument
Enclosure wall of the domain, classified as a historical monument and listed as a world heritage site
The Château de la Morinière, has become since February 2017 an ACTA VISTA integration and professional training site.
The Fort Ganteaume (lower part of the Fort Saint-Nicolas), became again in 2022 a support of workcamps of insertion and vocational trainings ACTA VISTA.
The first ACTA VISTA site in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region, this is a former military structure built in the 19th century and owned by the city of Feyzin.
The Abbaye de Montmajour, classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1968, is managed by the Centre des Monuments Nationaux (CMN) and owned by the State.
A meaningful partnership for local employment, training in heritage professions and the restoration of a historic site destined to host a project of collective interest.
Realization of the first Heritage School Workshop in the Vaucluse, for the training of 10 people seeking employment, in a real restoration situation.
The restoration of the Château de Port-Miou was the support of an ACTA VISTA training course from May 2017 to September 2020, based on the professional gesture.
This 17th century fort, owned by the Conservatoire du Littoral, is managed by the Port Cros National Park.
The Chapelle de Riboux is located on the top of this small village, situated on the foothills of the Sainte Baume massif at 512 m of altitude.
The Paradou site is composed of several entities forming a whole: the Paradou factory, the Foulon and the Moulin de la cascade, linked by the Arrosants canal.
The Hôpital Caroline, classified as a historical monument since 1980 and owned by the City of Marseille, has been the site of ACTA VISTA’s integration and vocational training projects since 2007.
The training project consisted in building a Noria for the Domaine de la Coudoulière, in partnership with the Véolia Foundation.
An innovative project for this territory of South Corsica.
The city of Marignane, as part of its project “Coeur de ville”, is carrying out the restoration of several buildings around the St Nicolas church, as a training and integration project.
The training is given directly on site, based on the restoration of the roof and framework, the facades and the outbuildings of the castle.
The Conservatoire du Littoral, owner since 2005, has made it available to ACTA VISTA until 2031 to carry out an integration and training project for local people in difficulty.
Market of insertion and professional qualification beginning in 2013 having for support of formation the Église Saint Érasme : BAO Formation, organized as a joint non-solidarity group with FALEPA.
Work of restitution of a bucket wheel, within the framework of the water restoration of the mills which were carried out by the teams of ACTA VISTA, in partnership with Roland Pinon, iron worker.
The development work of the Jardin des Migrations by ACTA VISTA and its partners received the Gold Award of the “Collectivités Jardins Urbains” prize.
Training and qualification as a “mason of ancient buildings” for young job seekers, in partnership with the City of Sanary-sur-Mer and the Mission Locale.
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