Combining your work, family and studies can sometimes be very difficult. A career break or time credit can allow you to temporarily interrupt your work, either in part or in full, so you have more time to study (again).
Time credit relates to employees in the private sector.
A career break is an equivalent measure for government employees.
The minimum and maximum durations of a career break or time credit depend on a number of factors:
Under certain conditions the National Employment Office (RVA) will grant career break benefits. On top of the National Employment Office's incentive, in some cases you are also entitled to a Flemish training credit incentive as part of a career break or time credit.