guide to training
Consult a practical guide to training to discover all the existing schemes and examples of their implementation. Find the training that suits your needs and secure your professional future.
Vocational training is for job seekers and employees.
A state-recognised diploma certifies and highlights the quality of the courses provided by an educational establishment. Take charge of your career and discover the skills of tomorrow by taking a diploma course. State-recognised training courses can be recognised by a logo.
These logos guarantee the recognition of the education provided by the training institution. Some sites offer various accredited diplomas as well as personalised support to considerably increase your chances of finding a job. The training centres also offer a sandwich programme.
In France, national diplomas are awarded or certified by the State.
Taking an in-company training course to acquire know-how.
Boost the performance of your company and your employees by choosing innovative learning based on the personality, environment and context of the company. Adaptive learning emphasises the individualisation of learning. The course consists of adapting programmes to the needs and preferred learning methods of the learners.
Blended learning is a mixture of e-learning and classroom training.
Peer learning promotes collaboration and teamwork.
MOOCs and social networks have popularised social learning.
Adaptive learning adapts to the use of technology.
A video tutorial is effective when it shows the product and how to use it. To capture the trainer’s explanations, he or she uses suitable microphones.
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The skills development plan is divided into two categories: compulsory training actions and non-compulsory actions. To develop your skills, you can choose from other actions: combating illiteracy, skills assessment and VAE. Training can be provided internally or organised externally by outsourcing to a specialised organisation.