You are a private individual and wish to improve your language skills

This is an excellent initiative, which will help your communication skills, travel and social life as well as being an asset for your career.
Prolingua offers solutions that are tailored to your level and your needs, whether in oral communication, conversation, writing etc.
This site is designed to guide you to the most suitable solution. Please do not hesitate to contact us: we are here to help, guide and advise on your choices.
From a practical and financial perspective, here are a few questions/answers that might be useful.

Job seekers registered with ADEM

Job seekers registered with ADEM, who wish to take part in professional training can, under certain conditions, submit a request for reimbursement of the fees before the start of the course.

For further information, please contact your ADEM advisor or consult the site: Aide à la formation professionnelle (AFP)

Grand-Ducal Regulation of May 10, 2007 determining the conditions and practicalities for granting financial aid for professional training. http://data.legilux.public.lu/file/eli-etat-leg-memorial-2007-92-fr-pdf.pdf
ADEM Website: https://adem.public.lu/fr/demandeurs-demploi/Se-Former.html

As a private individual, am I entitled to state help?

Whichever language you choose, the state of Luxembourg offers you various training aids. To be able to benefit from these, the training organisation that you choose must be approved. Since 2001, Prolingua has therefore been registered under number 93928/A.
 
Find out about the various aids offered by our partner INFPC (national institute for the development of continuing vocational training).

Individual training leave

Language leave

And if I decide to learn Luxembourgish?

To promote the Luxembourgish language, the government allows salaried staff to pursue their training during working hours at their own expense. In agreement with your superior and the ministry of labour, you can benefit from 200 hours (maximum) of language leave over 2 years. The state will then compensate your company for the time when you are absent.

Find out about the various aids offered by our partner INFPC (national institute for the development of continuing vocational training).

Language leave

Can taking language lessons at my own expense be considered as training?

Yes, definitely, and this comes under the state training aid offered by the state of Luxembourg. To be able to benefit from it, your training partner must be approved by the state, which has been the case for Prolingua since 2001 under number 93928/A.
 
Find out about the various aids offered by our partner INFPC (national institute for the development of continuing vocational training).

Individual training leave

Language leave