Some secondary school pupils opt for a system in which lessons are alternated with practical experience in a company. This form of part-time learning and working is also referred to as alternating education. These students enter into an apprenticeship contract.
Who is it for?
Students from 16 to 25 years old can enter into an apprenticeship contract. This is possible from the age of 15, if the student has completed a second year of secondary education with a complete curriculum.
A training plan is drawn up together with a training centre. The centre provides theoretical training and guidance for the student. There are various training centres in the Brussels-Capital Region.
You can find all the details about part-time learning and working in secondary vocational education on the website of the Flemish Community. Syntra, the Flemish Agency for Entrepreneurship Training, also provides a lot of information about part-time learning and working on the website leertijd.be.
On the French-speaking side, you can find more information about part-time learning and working on the website of the French Community (only available in French) or on the website of Espace Formation PME (EFP) (only available in French).
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