Embedded Interface Developer Programme at WIZTIVI

Upon course completion, the participants will be able to develop embedded interfaces adapted to customer needs, using the front end and back end technologies encountered during the programme. Participants who complete the programme successfully will be offered a fixed-term contract at WIZTIVI.

WIZTIVI, expert in solutions for connected TV, is looking for people who love technology and are passionate about the user experience. WIZTIVI is the leader in embedded systems for digital TV. They are located in Carquefou.

Open to:

  • Jobseekers


  • 400 hours

Entry requirements:

  • evidence of motivation for the digital sector
  • basic knowledge in IT / algorithms / programming
  • knowledge of English

Feedback from 2022 trainees

  • 100% of trainees who successfully completed the course were offered a job.
  • 100% of the trainees who took part in the 2022 session recommend the training course.
  • 100% of those trainees were very satisfied or satisfied with the course.

Skills developed:

  • Know the digital ecosystem and monitor the market: digital ecosystem and digital TV
  • Analyse and respond to customer needs in French and English: English; customer communication and functional analysis
  • Design and develop embedded interfaces using the technologies and tools covered on the course: HTML-CSS: JavaScript; VueJS; NodeJS and enterprise framework
  • Lead and develop web projects: project management and development monitoring tools.
  • Test your web project and apply security, quality and performance measures: continuous integration and testing; security and best practices.
  • Mobilise and develop skills and know-how for professional integration: collective and emotional intelligence; autonomy; creativity; codes and behaviour.

What is WIZTIVI?

  • expert solutions for connected TV
  • among European and global leaders of user interfaces and interactive services on televisions, mobiles and tablets
  • creator of simple and interactive TV experiences for the user
Published on June 18, 2018 Updated on March 15, 2023