The skills assessment can be funded under the Personal Training Account (CPF) since 1 January 2017.
CPF is a great way to fund your skills review:
simplified procedure via government website
confidentiality of your approach to your employer
fast processing time and acceptance of your file
The CPF is also available to public service officers(1)(2) and business leaders.
A simple and quick approach:
Make your request online:
(1) Officials of the State and Territorial Civil Service must address their request to their administration.
(2) Staff of the Hospital Public Service must address their request to the ANFH.
The skills assessment can be funded through your organization’s training plan (company, association, community, etc.). You will then receive full funding for the benefit.
This solution enables you to finance quickly, simply and confidentially your skills assessment without administrative length or if your CPF balance is insufficient.
The Skills Assessment can be funded through the Individual Training Assistance (AIF) through the Employment Division. As a job seeker, you have the right to conduct a skills review to redefine your professional project and bounce back faster.
Other devices are available:
AGEFIPH for people with disabilities
the social service of CARSAT (Pension and Provident Fund)
Some specific regional or departmental schemes also allow you to finance your skills assessment.