Renault has identified the emergence of responsible sustainable mobility for all as one of the main focuses of its corporate and social responsibility policy.
Sustainable mobility must allow everyone to move in a safer and more ecological way. For this, the company relies on two pillars:
Environment - the Renault Group relies on 3 leaderships that will transform our sector in the next 10 years: the electric vehicle, the circular economy and new mobility uses such as autonomous vehicles.
Road safety - market cars with the best security technologies, raise awareness on the subject, develop responsible behavior.
Renault's "Safety and Mobility for All" educational programme (SMPT) responds to a need for awareness and education on these topics. It is entering his seventeenth year. To today it has trained nearly 15 million young people in the world.
The programme is aimed at students from 7 to 18 years old, with two approaches adapted to the age of young people:
The Road and Me is designed to provide children ages 7 to 11 with the basics of safety and mobility. With two sets of educational materials - one for ages 7-8, the other for ages 9-11 - it provides teachers with all the tools to dynamically and entertainingly address these basic concepts. An application and a video game complete the approach.
Your Ideas Your Initiatives is for teens 12 to 17 years old. The programme is structured so that students, while improving safety and mobility in their community, are also educated to be active, democratic citizens, acting and initiating change. A series of educational materials guides teachers in their work with the classroom: teaching differs from behavior-oriented education, and is based on the competence-to-action approach.
The international contest "Your ideas Your Initiatives" invites teachers to join this international initiative with their students from 15 to 17 years old. It involves many schools from selected countries in several continents, who commit to developing a participatory class project by applying the programme's methodology.
For any question or remark, please contact the SMFA project manager by email: firstname.lastname@example.org