Registrations are only made at the secretariat (avenue De Fré 62A in Uccle) from August 31, 2020 with your identity card and / or residence permit and Bancontact or cash payment, Monday to Thursday, 3:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (closed Friday).
Due to the health context (COVID-19), wearing a mask is mandatory and the social distancing of at least 1 meter must be scrupulously respected. Every person who wants to register can only be accompanied by max. 1 single person and a maximum of 2 persons at a time will be allowed in the secretariat.
Since the social distancing of at least 1 meter must also be respected in class, the number of places will be limited. We therefore advise our future students not to delay in formalizing their registration.
To help you find yourself at the level suited to your knowledge, we organize admission tests (written and oral) from Monday to Thursday, from 3.30 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.
From September 14 to 30, the registration tests take place from Monday to Thursday from 5.30 p.m.
Bancontact or cash (no VISA or other credit card).
All training fees must be paid on the day of registration.
Due to the social distance of at least 1 meter, the number of places will be limited. The CPSUs cannot be held responsible for the lack of places available for your level at the time of your registration at the secretariat.
EU national: 100 € for a course module - 140 € for 2 course modules (= entire school year).
Non-EU national: € 190 for a course module - € 320 for 2 course modules (= entire school year).
Registration fare 50 € + costs depending on the number of selected courses.
EU national: 110 €
Non-EU national: 230 €
Reduced rate of 50 €
CPAS : certificate dated the month of the start of the course for people receiving social integration income.
Job seeker (Actiris, Forem)receiving full-time unemployment benefits or following a professional integration internship: Actiris registration number.
VDAB : certificate of exemption dated at the start of the month of the course.
Minors (- 18 years old) : proof of enrollment in a full-service secondary school.
Disabilities recognized by PHARE or AWIPH : a certificate drawn up by this fund, bearing the references of the Brussels-Capital Region or the Walloon Region and stating that you need training for your professional integration.
Public authority : a certificate bearing the seal of this authority obliging you to attend the training unit.