If you want to retrain, reorient your career path, or still want to obtain your primary or secondary education diploma in combination with a job, then you can enrol in adult education, also referred to as 'second-chance' education.
There are a number of training courses available which can be combined with your work schedule. The modules can be followed during the day, in the evening or on weekends, with an extended or condensed timetable, during the school year or during the holidays... there are various possibilities.
On the education website of the Flemish Community, you can find all information about Dutch-speaking adult education. You can also find a list with all centres.
On the website of the French Community (only available in French), you will find all information about French-speaking adult education and an overview of all French-speaking institutions where you can go in this regard.
In the Flemish Community, students who obtain a secondary education diploma via 'second-chance' education have their enrolment fees reimbursed by the Flemish Ministry of Education and Training. You can ask your training centre for more information.
In the French Community, employees and, in certain cases, jobseekers following a training course and successfully completing a full cycle of courses are eligible for an allowance. For more information, you can ask your training centre or the website of the French Community Commission (COCOF) (only available in French).
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