The INFPC's Training Observatory analyses employees' access to training and companies' training efforts, using data collected in the context of applications for the co-funding of in-company training.
The data relating to in-company training in Luxembourg is collected from Luxembourgish private-sector companies receiving public co-funding for continuing
vocational training. The applications made by these companies make it possible to analyse their training practices.
In 2019, a total of 2 324 companies in the Luxembourgish private sector received financial support from the State to finance the training plan.
These companies dedicate 1.7% of their payroll to training. Employees take, on average, 4.7 training courses lasting 3.9 hours. On average, a training
course costs 220 euros per participant and 56 euros per hour. State support for continuing vocational training (CVT) comes to 37.0 million euros.
In 2019, 2 324 companies received financial support from the State for training. These companies, either individually or grouped together with
other companies, made up for a total of 1 723 co-funding applications. At a national level, 32.1% of private companies with 10 employees or more
received state support and 56.0% of all private-sector employees were represented.
Companies receiving state support dedicate 1.7% of their payroll to training. On average, training courses cost 220 euros per participant and 56 euros per hour.
The services offered by training providers represent 26.9% of the companies' training investment. The "Technical/Core-business-related"
and "Management/HR Management" subject areas together account for 56% of the companies' training investment and 52% of training hours completed.
After "Technical/Core-business-related", the highest number of training course participants is in "Finance, accounting and law" and "Quality, ISO and safety".
These three subject areas together attract 76% of those participating in training courses.
The employees of companies receiving state support take, on average, 4.7 training courses lasting 3.9 hours. On average, men take slightly more training courses
than women (4.8 compared with 4.6), in particular in companies with 250 to 999 employees (5.6 compared with 4.6). On average, senior executives participate
in more training courses (7.3) than managers (6.6) and qualified employees (4.9). Non-qualified employees take, on average, 2.9 fewer training courses than
all employees. Female senior executives and managers participate in more training courses (on average 8.1 and 9.4, respectively) than non-qualified women
(1.4 training courses, on average). Finally, employees over 45 years old can expect to take 4.4 training courses.
In 2019, state support for continuing vocational training (CVT) amounted to 37.0 million euros, which was an increase of 4.5% compared with 2018.
The amount of co-funding granted came, on average, to 21 496 euros per application, 9.2 euros per training hour and 171 euros per employee.