Training fund

Grants.

BLCC can advise you on the options for obtaining grants that help you get the language training you have in mind.

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Grants

Training funds.

Training funds (also known as sectoral funds) are geared to expanding the  training on offer  in a  particular sector. All members pay an annual contribution and this money is used to pay an  allowance  covering some of the costs of your training or to offer  open courses . The regulations and contributions vary greatly depending on the industry. Here are the most important differences. Click on your training fund for more information.

INOM
Training fund for the metallurgical industry in Flanders. If you belong to the joint industrial committee 209, the following language courses are free via INOM.
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ALIMENTO

Initiatives for professional training in the food industry, joint industrial committees 118 and 220.

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Co-valent

Co-valent is the training fund for blue-collar (PC 116) and white-collar (PC 207) workers in the chemicals, plastics and life sciences sector.
If you belong to one of these joint industrial committees and are in RSZ (employer) category 087, then you can obtain grants from Co-valent.

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CEVORA

The supplementary joint industrial committee for white-collar workers no. 200.

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OBMB

Training fund for the metallurgical industry in Brabant.
If you belong to the joint industrial committee 209 and your company or branch is based in the Belgian provinces of Flemish Brabant or Walloon Brabant, you are eligible for a contribution towards the costs of language training at BLCC.

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LIMOB

Training fund for the metallurgical industry — Limburg.
If you belong to the joint industrial committee 209 and your company or branch is based in the Belgian province of Limburg, you are eligible for a contribution towards the costs of language training at BLCC.

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KMO-P

Training support for small and medium enterprises from the Flemish Region.

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IVOC

Training fund for the ready-made clothing industry. If you belong to the joint industrial committees 109 or 215, you are eligible for the following contribution towards the costs of language training at BLCC.

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TFTC

Training fund for the textile care sector. If you belong to the joint industrial committee 110, you are eligible for a contribution towards the costs of language training at BLCC.

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VIBAM

Training fund for the metallurgical industry — Antwerp.
If you belong to the joint industrial committee 209 and your company or branch is based in the Belgian province of Antwerp, you are eligible for a contribution towards the costs of language training at BLCC.

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VORMETAL

Training fund for the metallurgical industry in East and West Flanders. If you belong to the joint industrial committee 209 and your company or branch is based in the Belgian provinces of East or West Flanders, you are eligible for a contribution towards the costs of language training at BLCC.

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Any questions?

Any questions? or require more details and advice on the best grant solution for you, please contact our Training Advisors.