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Becoming an approved training body

The provision of training activities in Luxembourg is regulated and requires ministerial authorisation.

To become an approved training body that is authorised to provide training to third parties, check the conditions specific to your status as a private Luxembourg or foreign training provider, as a private association or as a foundation.

If you are an approved training body, companies established in the Grand Duchy which make use of your services can apply for co-funding for training, i.e. State financial support for the training courses they organise for their employees. Find out more about co-funding

You are also eligible to become a member of and to present your training courses on the national portal dedicated to lifelong learning.

Within the context of acquiring Luxembourgish nationality, the procedure provides for participation in a Luxembourgish language course with an approved course syllabus. To deliver Luxembourgish language courses within this context, please see all the information concerning approval of Luxembourgish language courses.

Becoming a member of

Are you an approved training provider or trainer? Would you like to list your training courses on the public platform dedicated to lifelong learning and advertise your training activities?

In order to increase your visibility, present the training courses you supply and get in touch with training demand, become a member of, the national portal for lifelong learning designed and managed by the INFPC.

Depending on the number of training courses you want to present, you can choose the appropriate services package from the three available: Ten, Fifty, or Fifty+. Then all you have to do is register your "Training provider" profile and follow the instructions.

Become a member training provider on

To be listed on the portal, the training provider must be approved to carry out training activities.

Become an approved training provider

To find out more, participate in the information session organised by the INFPC.

Register for the training session - Accroître sa visibilité d’organisme de formation sur (only in French)

Listing the training you offer is a practical tool created to give greater visibility to the training sector, improve the legibility of the training offer and facilitate access to training. The purpose of the training courses listed is to meet the needs of companies implementing their training plan and of private individuals seeking to develop their skills on an individual basis.

As a training body that is a member of, you can publish a detailed description of your training courses and even offer the possibility to register when a session date is published. Your training courses are thus presented to the Internet user in the results provided by the platform's search engine.

Using the Formacode® training offer thesaurus, your training courses are also classified into training domains and sub-domains and presented to the Internet user in the search by domain. The training glossary enables you to consult the tree structure of domains and sub-domains in order to identify those in which you offer training courses and browse the training offer already available on the portal.

The training courses published can be filtered according to the training domain, the training venue, the duration, the level sought, the preferred training language...

Membership of the portal also comprises a listing in the directory of training providers, including direct access to the presentation of your establishment and your training courses.

Presenting your trainer CV

Have you had experience as a trainer?

When you register on as a "Trainer", you display your trainer CV free-of-charge and may thus enter into contact with training bodies.

Your CV as a trainer will be included in a CV library accessible only by training bodies that are members of and are looking for trainers for assignment contracts.

Become a member of in order to display your trainer CV

Finding a training room

Training rooms available for rent are listed on to ensure logistical needs are also met when organising training.

Search a training room to rent in order to provide your training courses

Viewing trends in training

The INFPC's Training Observatory carries out studies and surveys dealing with the three key issues in order to provide an overview of the evolution of lifelong learning in Luxembourg. The work accomplished by the Observatory aims to assist public and private decision-makers in guiding training and employment policies.

In-company continuing vocational training

Analysis of the training practices of companies covers employees' access to training, companies' training effort, and the State's financial contribution to companies' training plans under the scheme for co-funding in-company training.

More information about companies' training practices

More information about co-funding for training

Training offer by continuing training bodies

A recurrent survey among training bodies in the Grand Duchy is carried out every three years; it throws light on the structure and training offer of training bodies.

More information about the results of the latest survey

Study on the transition from school to working life (TEVA)

The aim of the longitudinal study known as TEVA is to analyse the careers of young people on leaving initial vocational training.

The employment prospects for newly qualified school-leavers after their initial vocational training are presented through the barometer of vocational integration.

More information about TEVA