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Professional experience


CERN (2020-2023)

CERN HR Learning & Development department

  • Creation of documentation for the creation of e-learning modules at CERN.

  • Management of the language programme and establishment of a new contract with a training centre.

  • Management of the LMS People Fluent

  • Creation of e-learning modules with Articulate Storyline 3: Data Privacy, Crisis Management, People Management, Users Office

  • Equipment and installation of a recording studio

  • Recording and editing audio / video

  • Bi-monthly induction of new employees into the [Onboarding]process (

Nestlé (2019-2020)

Nestlé R&D Konolfingen Dairy department

  • Transfer of 50 e-learnings from Mind On Site to Articulate 360.

  • Various subjects: biochemistry, chemistry, biology, physics, machinery, hygiene, safety, business, etc.

  • LMS: Cornerstone on Demand

  • collaboration with business experts in each field

  • Graphic design tools

Before 2019

  • Computer science and robotics teacher at

  • Substitute teacher at a public primary school in the canton of Geneva (DIP)

    • Classes from 1P Harmos to 8P Harmos (5-12 years old)

    • General education (mathematics, languages, plastic arts, etc.)

    Technical skills

instructional designering

I currently work as an instructional designer. More specifically, I have extensive expertise in the Articulate 360 suite and am actively developing e-learning modules. I'm open to other authoring tools such as Adobe Captivate or H5P.

Furthermore, in order to offer visually attractive and immersive e-learning modules, I know how to use graphic design software, video editing software and audio editing software. In this context, I've already had to equip and set up from scratch a recording studio dedicated to my corporate training team (HR Learning & Development).

Finally, I sometimes develop interactive web pages in javascript or node.js applications with or without React. I consider web development skills to be very important, particularly for setting up a learning environment that takes advantage of xAPI. At the moment, xAPI requires skills in javascript and few authoring tools integrate this standard effectively.

Office suite

I can use Microsoft Office 365 for administrative work. I can also use its open source counterpart: Libre Office.

I regularly use Excel to analyse report data from the LMS in particular (checking enrolments, annual statistics, training reports).

My design skills enable me to lay out PowerPoint presentations that are clear and easy to read.

The review option in Word enabled me to work non-destructively on technical specifications for a call for tenders.

Graphic design

I use Adobe Creative Cloud to create my e-learning modules.

I regularly use Adobe Illustrator to create the vector images that illustrate my e-learning modules. I use Adobe Photoshop to retouch photos and images as part of my work on creating training courses.

When the Adobe suite is not available, I use Gimp as a counterpart to Photoshop and Inkscape as a counterpart to Illustrator.

I'm very familiar with the 3D modelling software Blender. I use it regularly to model assets for the video games I develop in my spare time and I also use it to model objects that I can then 3D print using my Creality CR 10S.

Video editing

I use Adobe Creative Cloud to create e-learning modules.

I often use Adobe Premiere Pro to edit the videos that appear in the e-learning modules I create. I've also worked on a series of videos presenting the heads of departments at CERN.

When the Adobe suite is not available, I use Openshot video editor and Davinci Resolve as required.

For video recording, I use OBS Studio which can handle green backgrounds as well as multiple video and audio inputs. This software can be used for recording or live broadcasting.

Audio editing

I do most of my audio editing with Audacity. I use it for editing and background noise reduction in voice-over recordings for e-learning or in videos.

Privately, I have an audio interface TC-Helicon GOXLR and its associated software, as well as a studio microphone Shure SM7B.


I'm passionate about programming. Most of my programming projects are personal projects. My aim is to use my knowledge to develop e-learning modules that are ever more effective and integrated into my colleagues' working environment, in particular using xAPI.

All the languages I have learnt to date:


42 Lausanne

University of Geneva


  • French (native)
  • English (advanced C1, professional)
  • German (intermediate A2)
  • Japanese (basic A1)