Documented partial competence is competence that is lower than full vocational competence or university admissions certification. You will be issued a certificate of competence certifying that you have completed parts of the upper secondary education and training.
Documented partial competence can be chosen both for programmes for universities admissions certification and for vocational education, and may be planned or unplanned.
- This may apply to you if, for example, you have dropped out of school or failed in a subject, or if you find out along the way that you will have difficulty completing the programme.
- This may apply to you if you already know at the start that you may have difficulty achieving full vocational competence or university admissions certification.
- If at some point during your education or training you find that you can cope better than you expected when you chose to work towards achieving documented partial competence, you may change your goal to full vocational competence or university admissions certification.
The school can help you by
- planning and adapting your educational path
- advising you on how, at a later date, you can complete the programme you have started
If you are choosing documented partial competence through in-service training, you can read more about this option under Candidate for apprenticeship.
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