In a changing world, being qualified, and updating and developing your skills and knowledge has become indispensable.



The training fund or the temporary sector

Anyone subject to the Collective Agreement on Work Rental of Services benefits from subsidized continuing education.

Temporary workers are entitled to financial support of up to CHF 5,000 for continuing training and up to CHF 2,300 for loss of earnings compensation.

More info: The procedure and conditions are available on the website of  Tempservice.



Le Programme Boost “Ton atout pour rester compétent” vise à soutenir l’acquisition de compétences numériques par les travailleurs suisses grâce à un cofinancement conditionnel.

Avec ce programme, nous voulons apporter une contribution aux employés et aux employeurs suisses afin qu’ils puissent saisir les opportunités de la situation particulière que nous vivons actuellement. Le Programme Boost couvre jusqu’à 50% ou un maximum de 1.000 CHF des coûts d’une formation continue numérique par candidat. Toutes les entreprises ayant soutenu la charte #Lifelonglearning et toutes les PME suisses peuvent y participer.

Le programme est soutenu par digitalswitzerland, la Fondation Gebert Rüf et la Fondation Hirschmann.

Cela signifie que les frais de formation continue pour environ 90 personnes peuvent être couverts et ainsi distribués aux candidats de manière simple, sous réserve de quelques conditions. Consultez la gamme de cours de formation continue à l’adresse suivante :


Information complémentaire et inscription au programme :



For Geneva taxpayers and "Frontaliers".

This grant is a result of the State wanting to encourage the professional development of adults, whatever their line of activity may be. This grant allows you to finance a minimum of 40 hours of classes which can be used for professional development purposes; up to 750.- Swiss Francs per person per year.

It is granted on the basis of the applicant's gross annual income, civil status and personal assets. The Annual Grant for Continuing Education may be granted for three consecutive years.

Who can benefit from an Annual Grant for Continuing Education?

  • Persons over 18 who have both been living and paying taxes in the canton of Geneva for at least one year at the start date of the requested course.

  • Persons over 18 who have held a "frontalier" work permit for at least one year at the start date of the requested course.

  • Swiss nationals over the age of 18 living in neighboring France (zone frontalière) who have been working in the canton for at least one year at the start date of the requested course.

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