Individual funding for training
The public institutions (regional and provincial councils) periodically offer forms of individual funding for the total or partial reimbursement of the costs for attending a training course. They are aimed at both employed and unemployed people: the public application notices give details on how to obtain the funding.
- Training Vouchers
These can even cover the whole cost of the course. The requirements in order to receive the vouchers are specified in the public application notices which are issued periodically, and can also be seen on the regional or provincial council web site (Vocational Training Area).
- ILA Card
A real and proper credit card. They are available until funds run out and are recharged periodically with a sum to use to pay for your training course (usually up to a max of € 2,500.00).
For both these forms of funding it is necessary to ask at your local Job Centre and then present a form containing all the details of the course, which can be requested from the institute.
The training courses can be paid for in instalments, either using the finance company that works with the institute (minimum of 6 instalments) or directly with Modartech, without having to take out a loan, and dividing the amount into a maximum of 4 interest-free instalments.
- Study Grants
Provided by the Institute to cover part or all of the cost for participation in the training courses on offer. To apply for a grant, you must meet the admission criteria. The application forms are then evaluated by a special commission.
All the documents for Modartech funding can be viewed and filled in directly on the premises.