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VET is a dual training centre in Brussels that has been in existence for more than 50 years. It welcomes more than 5000 people per year and offers more than 200 training courses in a profession.
Their goal: to offer quality training to young people and adults while encouraging their entrepreneurial spirit.
VET is a key player in Brussels in the service of regional socio-economic development, which is part of the strategies of regional, federal and European policies, which now focus on training and the development of the entrepreneurial spirit.
The values that drive VET:
"Listening": listening to each person's project to determine together their direction and thus allow them to reveal their talents.
"Respect": creating a climate of mutual respect between TVET, learners and trainers because each person is unique, different, worthy of consideration and rich in potential.
"Pragmatism": being concrete, practical, serious, efficient and advocating a results-oriented approach.
"Generosity": offering a pedagogical approach that offers, but also requires a lot.
"Quality": promoting excellence, quality training, brand trainers, state-of-the-art workshops, etc.
The "Positive": Be positive, even when it's difficult. Enable learners to find a new lease of life, start a project and take their future into their own hands. Adopt a forward-looking attitude.
Training & Entrepreneurship
200+ training courses
Actor of sustainable employment
BRIC project (100% sustainable and modular buildin...
A taste of the team
VET operates as a large multicultural family (6 nationalities, 89 staff and 450 trainers). Benevolence, respect and mutual aid are values upheld by all. And yes, one of the pillars of their strategic plan for 2021-2022 is to "team up for success".
Team building: throughout the year, the EFP organises a series of unifying events that mobilise all staff such as the Open Day, the Talent Challenge, the Auberge Espagnole (a festive moment organised before the summer holidays) or the "Christmas Sweater" aperitif combined with a game evening that brought together all the staff members before the winter holidays... Once a year, the VET closes its doors to the public and organises "Staff Day".
Our commitments to a sustainable world
The good news is that they are always looking for new talent...