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Jan 18, 2022

I am in professional retraining, here is what I did:

skills assessment: to know which direction to go and to be sure,

Following my professional choice, I examined all the training options available to me (we help you quite a bit on the point of the skills assessment, but you also have to look elsewhere, pole employment, CCAS... )

I started my training (personally I made a conventional break to leave my job, but you can also continue to work, it's up to you). I am at this stage

Reaching the end of my training I will find out about the steps and support to create my business

I'm setting up my business and "crossing my fingers" so that it works :)


Jan 18, 2022

Professional retraining is the result of a process in several stages, in general, if you are accompanied over 3 to 6 months depending on your progress in your thinking.

This requires engaging in an upstream reflection on what can correspond to you, what you aspire to, what can motivate you naturally.

In order to bring out possible career paths, I advise you to take some time for yourself to take stock of:

Your values

Your motivations and professional interests

Your key and transversal skills

What you want to keep/give up / improve in your future position

Do you need training?

Analyze the sectors of activity that attract you and those in which you do not want to work

Analyze the type of organization that may appeal to you (small business, large business, public, private, association, etc.)

Analyze the mode of work you want to target (conventional salary, wage portage, shared time, part-time, etc.)

These tracks are then to be linked to bringing out a job or a professional project that may suit you and make the link with your previous career.

It is highly recommended to get help from an external, neutral consultant who can help you structure your approach using a precise methodology, see things more clearly and save time!


Jan 18, 2022

Salvation. I made a career change a few years ago. I was doing a job in the communication sector and I stopped everything to pursue a career in the field of private security. I followed a CQP APS training in order to obtain as quickly as possible the skills that are necessary to do the job of security and prevention officer. Know that you can find out about the Professional Development Council (CEP). This system has been specially set up to provide free support to all people wishing to take stock of their professional situation. It can guide you in the right direction. Note that financial aid is also available from the employment center for example. So do not hesitate to inform yourself!


Apr 24, 2023

When it comes to professional retraining, there are a few key steps that you should follow. First, you should identify your areas of interest and the skills that you would like to acquire. Next, research potential training programs or certifications that could help you develop these skills. You should also determine if any of these programs or certifications are offered in your area and what the eligibility requirements are. Once you’ve selected a program or certification, you should contact the provider and register for the program. Finally, commit to a schedule and dedicate yourself to completing the program and mastering the skills you need to succeed. With these steps, you’ll be on your way to a successful retraining.

May 26, 2023

1. Research which retraining program best suits your career aspirations and current skills. 2. Reach out to the institution offering the retraining program to learn more about the curriculum and any specific requirements for enrolment. 3. Apply to the retraining program and, if accepted, secure funding or a loan. 4. Attend classes, complete assignments, and pass exams. 5. Receive a certificate or diploma upon completion of the retraining program.