Validation of acquired experience
The Social Modernisation Law of 2002-73, dated 17 January 2002 in the Labour Code – Part Six ‘Lifelong vocational training’, Book IV – Articles L6411, 1 to 10. The Validation of Acquired Experience allows your skills to be recognised all throughout your professional career.
For employees: it allows them to have their experience recognised his experience by obtaining a degree, and to facilitate internal or external mobility, as well as career progression.
For companies: it allows them to motivate and value their employees, to support internal mobility and promotions, to facilitate employees when returning to work after a voluntary departure, and to create a redundancy plan.
Who does it concern?
The VAE approach can be undertaken by any candidate who can demonstrate a professional experience for at least one year, continuous or not, in relation to the RNCP qualification of Designer Project Manager (Level I), Conservator-Restorer (Level II) and Designer of Projects in Design and Graphic Arts (Level II).
You can download the Booklet 1 below to assess the admissibility of your VAE application, depending on your level.
The Écoles de Condé offer Validation of Acquired Experience – VAE – for the design and applied arts professions: graphic design, digital design, interior design, product design, fashion design, illustration and animation, global design and interior design.
These qualifications can be prepared at École de Condé by means of a VAE.
The support process for VAE is not compulsory. The Écoles de Condé offer individual support by a coach from the world of design – most often an instructor at the School. This allows candidates to benefit from methodological support and helps them prepare for their passage before a jury.
VAE is part of continuing vocational training and, as such, can be partially or fully funded by:
École de Condé tuition fees