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Initial or continuing training: what are the differences?
It is important to note that there are some differences between initial and continuing education.
As differences we have :
-The first difference is that initial training is aimed more at young people, whereas continuing training is aimed at employees, jobseekers, entrepreneurs or young graduates wishing to develop specific know-how or skills.
-The cost of initial training is free and allows the trainee to obtain a salary.
-Continuing education is aimed at jobseekers, employees, young graduates and entrepreneurs who wish to develop their professional skills and know-how. Initial training is aimed at young people who do not have a diploma and who are not working in any profession.
-Finally, the training time is the most notable difference. In the framework of initial training, the student benefits from a salaried status which allows him to follow a training course.
– In the case of continuing education, it can take place over several weeks (full-time); initial education can be done on a sandwich course.
At the end of this article, we note that there are some differences between continuing education and initial education. The targets of the two types of training are also different.

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