Denturism training in France
18 janvier 2020
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Following the implementation of the professional reform on 1 January 2019, within the framework of the "Law for the Freedom to Choose One's Professional Future of 5 September 2018", the financing mechanisms and methods are changing.


How to finance vocational training from 2019 onwards?

Good to know: you can still mobilize your old DIF hours until December 31, 2020. To do so, go to to report your hours on your CPF.


  • CPF*(Personal Training Account)

From your first job to your retirement you accumulate euros in yourCPF account so that you can train at any time. However, it is not credited during your period of unemployment. You cannot have a CPF if you have never had a job.

The first step to take is to open a CPF account online on the website and then find an eligible training program.


For the financing and preparation of your training file, you can be accompanied by your employment counsellor, your CEP (career development counsellor) or the QRP team.

If you do not have enough euros on your CPF account, you can then put together a file with your employment advisor to benefit from additional aid from theRFPE (Rémunération des Formations de Pôle Emploi), which includes the AFPR, POE, AFC and the AIF.

  • AIF (Aide Individuelle à la Formation)

Individual training aid (AIF) enables you to obtain financial aid from Pôle Emploi for training not covered by other collective or individual funding schemes. The AIF from Pôle Emploi can be used to supplement an insufficient CPF account and aid from local authorities or OPCO's. More information on the site pôle emploi

  • AFPR (Action de Formation Préalable au Recrutement - Pre-recruitment Training Action)

Applies to job offers on which the following mention appears: "Action de Formation Préalable au Recrutement". The AFPR is designed to bridge the gap between the skills you possess and those required for the job you are applying for. More information on the website job centre for individual assistance

  • POEI (Operational Readiness for Individual Employment)

The individual POE allows you to take training to acquire the skills needed for an offer filed by a company with Pôle Emploi. The training is individualized and adapted to your profile. At the end of this training and if you reach the required level, the employer is obliged to hire you. More information on the website pôle emploi

  • Training Cheque

This individual aid from the Regional Council allows you to follow a professional training course leading to a diploma or a professional title registered in the Répertoire national des certifications (RNCP) or eligible for the Compte personnel de formation (CPF). The training courses are covered up to 100% and within the limits of ceilings depending on the course. The training project must be validated by your CEP (career counsellor).



  • CPF *(Personal Training Account)

As an employee, you accumulate 500€ on yourCPF each year for a full-time job, with a ceiling of 5000€. If you are an unqualified employee, you accumulate €800 on your CPF each year with a ceiling of €8000.

  1. On working time: Requires the agreement of your employer. If you wish to follow a training course of less than 6 months, you must send your request at least 60 days in advance, if more than 6 months, 120 days in advance. The employer has 30 days to give you an answer, in case of absence, the application is accepted by default.
  2. Outside of working hours, what steps to take: There is no need for the employer's agreement, you must find a CPF-eligible training course, make a written request to your employer or to the company's Human Resources department. If you are not fully covered because you do not have enough money on your CPF, there are possibilities of making a matching contribution. To help you in your efforts, you can ask your employer or the company's Human Resources department CEP (career counsellor).

  • Career Transition CPF (The new CIF)

The CPF de transition professionnelle is a special mobilization of the CPF offering the possibility to employees to carry out a professional transition project in order to follow training to retrain on their own initiative. It is granted by the employer and the employee is paid for the duration of the training. The professional transition CPF is independent of the company's skills development plan and may concern a training area different from the professional sector of activity.

The law provides for the replacement of the CIF by the transitional CPF on 1 January 2019. However, if your application for an ITC is accepted before that date, your training will be fully funded as long as it begins before March 29, 2019.

Each company must ensure that its employees are trained for their jobs and that their skills are maintained and developed within the company. In order to fulfil this mission, the employer must offer them training as part of the company's skills development plan. Ask your human resources department for more information.



  • CPF *(Personal Training Account)

The accounts of self-employed workers (self-employed workers, freelancers, craftsmen, tradesmen, micro-entrepreneurs, liberal professions, collaborating spouses) will be supplied in 2020 under the activities of 2018 and 2019. The CPF will be funded subject to the actual payment of the vocational training contribution (CFP).

  • FIF PL (Fonds Interprofessionnel de Formation des Professionnels Libéraux - Interprofessional Training Fund for Liberal Professionals)

Check your eligibility and available ceilings link here.... Training courses on good practices offered by QRP can be partially reimbursed through this scheme.

  • AGEFICE (Association de Gestion et du Financement de la Formation des Chefs d'Entreprise)

Financing for entrepreneurs and self-employed managers in trade, industry and services. The maximum amount for a calendar year is €1200, except for state diplomas and training courses listed in the National Directory of Professional Certifications (RNCP), in which case the annual amount will be €2000. The application form can be downloaded directly from the AGEFICE

  • FAFCEA(Fonds d'Assurance Formation des Chefs Exerçant une Activité Artisanale - Insurance Fund for the Training of Chefs Exerting an Artisanal Activity)

Association law 1901, the decree of 27 December 2007 of the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Employment. This fund is intended for company managers exercising a craft activity, collaborating spouses or partners, family auxiliaries with the aim of Organising, Developing, Promoting and Financing the continuing vocational training of its nationals. The sectors represented are: Food, Building, Manufacturing and Services. You will find the good questions to ask you before choosing a training course, the care criteria of your training and the steps to carry out.


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