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Owning a real skill is doubtless a factor in professional success and is also the best guarantee against economic hazards in a very competitive world market. Developments and technologies require continuous adaptation of human resources, businesses, their organization and their production process, leading to ever-important conversions. It is within this context that training emerges as a major element of business success.

Continuing the professional education of the current human resources which do not have a professional qualification is important. They have a working contact that may be threatened or broken, and includes integration contracts alternately. It is regarded as: - An improvement of knowledge; a "training-adaptation" - the transformations experienced by the government and business via technological innovations ; a "training -promotion" - vehicle for change, and identifying individuals for promotion; - "training-specialization" - the deepening of knowledge in a specialized field or a move to a new profession.

Who can train?
The company employees and management;
Job seekers;
Young adults entering the professional world;
Young people who fund their training individually;
The training can take place during or outside working hours.Employees can access training at the initiative of their employer, on their own initiative or at their joint initiative.

It is possible to distinguish two main components of training:
- The initial vocational training for youth, delivered by the unit's training base in the form of teaching full-time or more recently in the form of sandwich courses in business or by way of learning;
- Continuing Education, recently renamed "training manual" (CFE) issued to private and public companies.

For this second part there are several forms of training:
Qualifying training:
All training is qualifying anyway, since it can initiate or enhance qualifications, training becomes recognized and carries value when validated by a state diploma.Qualifying training can be time-variable but usually, they are relatively short. They can take place within the public or private domain, in school or at home (by mail or internet).Qualifying training is provided to mostly professionals. Although they do not necessarily lead to a title, they may, where appropriate, be recognized by employers when a collective agreement is provided (eg. certificates of qualification).

Distance Education:
Distance learning allows training by correspondence from home. This allows to continue working while this training course is undertaken. One can plan his study time as desired and thus become more productive without having to forego his employment.
The course is sent by mail or Internet; the same method is adopted for homework and corrections.

The degree programs:
Diploma programs are sanctioned by a state diploma . With this professional tag, everyone can understand that you have committed to a number of years of study, and that your educational level is sort of "identifiable".

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