Continuing Training

Continuing training courses are designed to equip trainees to meet the changing needs of the labor market, to adapt to the dynamics and evolution of technologies, services and processes, enabling them to quickly enter the labor market or help those who are already in the market to update and/or strengthen their skills. Trainees are thus able to meet company demands and boost productivity, opening the door to career growth.

Continuing Training courses are short-term actions designed to build up an individual's skills and competences to perform one or more activities and/or functions, to improve, update or recycle knowledge, practical skills, attitudes and forms of behavior. The training equips technicians to adapt to technological and organizational changes and boosts their adaptability in the workplace.

Short-term Courses (Modular)


  • Renewable Energy
  • Electricity and Telecommunications
  • Industrial Maintenance
  • Refrigeration and Air-conditioning
  • Project, Design and Software
  • Mechanical and Metalworking

Train-the-Trainer Courses

All professionals, regardless of their area of expertise, may at some point in their careers want to pass on what they know to other people, whether these others are professionals or not. In this sense, the Train-the-trainer program is designed to boost capacity-building through specialization in specific fields and facilitate knowledge transfer.

The advantages of having a Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) are numerous: the professional is legally qualified to carry out training and pedagogical activities, which can constitute a full-time professional career or complement the individual's main professional activity.

On the other hand, train-the-trainer courses allow for the development and/or reinforcement of essential skills for those who want to dedicate themselves to teaching others.


The Initial Pedagogical Train-the-Trainer Course is designed to give the trainer a set of indispensable pedagogical skills.

The objectives listed in the training framework ensure that the trainer will be able to:

  1. Distinguish between training systems as well as the skills of the trainer and their role in different training contexts;
  2. Prepare, develop and evaluate training sessions;
  3. Reflect on different training systems.

Vocational Retraining Courses

These courses offer anyone the possibility to develop their knowledge and skills throughout the course of their life, to improve their professional qualifications and redirect their career,taking into account personal needs or a change in the economic, technological and social environment.

This training is designed for people that:

  1. Wish to gain a new qualification;
  2. Want to strengthen or build on existing qualifications;
  3. Are at risk of losing their job, find themselves unemployed or are unable to exercise their profession.