Accreditation of Prior and Experiential Learning (APEL)
Terms and Conditions
Applicants and prerequisites
The APEL accreditation is accessible to everyone. The benefits are the gaining of professional competences through active employment or self-employment, leading to an accreditation.
These activities (some ongoing), must be of a duration of a minimum of 3 years and be directly related to the targeted diploma.
An application form will be issued at the close of the information session. This allows the APEL advisor to verify the admissibility of the application. If need be, additional information may be supplied on request.
The APEL file will be submitted to a panel and must summarise, in detail, the knowledge and competences acquired. Following this step, the procedure is subject to a fee and a price will then be fixed.
For assistance in the compilation of APEL files, personalised support will be offered (information session, methodology workshops, interviews and individual follow-ups).
The panel’s decisions take place:
Registration fees are decided by the Board of Directors.
The APEL accreditation may be funded by FONGECIF or other collection agencies.