The University of Luxembourg Competence Centre is Luxembourg's professional and academic continuing education organisation. Click on the link and find training programmes for adults that meet the needs of the labour market and support the major development axes of the Luxembourg economy.
It is a public institution whose mission is to develop and implement continuing vocational training programmes for workers and job seekers in Luxembourg.
They are responsible for promoting lifelong learning and supporting the development of workers' skills to adapt them to the requirements of the labour market. Click on the link and discover the vocational training programmes they offer, adapted to the needs of companies and workers, including online training, group training and individual training.
These Centres of Competence in Building Technical Engineering and Completion meet the professional training needs of craftspeople and more generally of all those who wish to acquire new skills. Learn about the training they offer for craftspeople and in management, digitalisation and soft skills.
Eurodesk provides free information on opportunities to travel, work, study and volunteer in Europe or participate in EU-funded programmes for young people up to 30 years old.
Europass provides free tools that make your competences and qualifications visible and understandable across Europe and beyond. Moreover, on the Europass platform you will find not only learning and job opportunities throughout Europe but also country-specific contact details and information on learning and working abroad. The Europass tools are your gateway to learning and working at home and abroad.
The Chamber of Employees (Chambre des Salariés - CSL) is an institution in Luxembourg that represents the interests of the country's workers. Find how the CSL plays a vital role in safeguarding employees’ rights, advocating for their interests, and improving their working conditions. In addition, discover how the CSL also offers adult training programmes aimed at enhancing the professional skills of workers.
The Luxembourg Chamber of Crafts is a public institution whose mission is to support craft businesses and self-employed people in the country. Click on the link and learn more how they can provide you training opportunities in this sector.
The Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce is a public institution whose mission is to support the economic development of the country by promoting commercial and industrial activities. Click on the link and discover how they also offer support and training for the creation of companies.
ADEM is a public agency whose mission is to promote employment and provide services for job seekers, workers and employers. ADEM offers you a range of services, including career guidance, vocational training, job search help, mediation between employers and job seekers, and support programmes for people who have difficulty finding a job.