Daily care assistant (m/f)

The certificate of professional capacity for daily care assistant (CCP assistant d’accompagnement au quotidien) prepares you to work in the social field and to provide assistance in caring for a variety of people, including those with special needs.


Places of work

  • education and care establishments for children (maisons relais, parental assistants, day centres or school hostels, crèches, mini-crèches);
  • youth houses;
  • primary schools (A-EBS).


  • Supporting children with special needs in their daily lives in three main areas: assistance with care, support with teaching, assistance with everyday tasks;
  • working in multidisciplinary teams.


The course lasts two years, with one day a week at school and four days in the workplace. It is also possible to complete this CCP as part of adult training or as on-the-job training.

The course lasts two years, with two days of school and three days on the job in the first year. In the second year, there is one day of school and four days on the job.

Training for adults follows the same structure. On-the-job training involves only one day of school and four days at the company during the two years of training.

The CCP daily care assistant is offered in French and German at the following establishments:

  • Lycée du Nord Wiltz;
  • Lycée Bel-Val;
  • Bouneweger Lycée Luxembourg;
  • Lycée technique pour professions de santé;
  • CNFPC Esch-sur-Alzette;
  • CNFPC Ettelbruck;
  • École privée Fieldgen;
  • École privée Sainte-Anne.

Do you have any questions?

Maison de l'orientation
29, rue Aldringen
L-1118 Luxembourg

Phone: (+352) 80 02 81 81
E-mail: info@maison-orientation.public.lu
Website: www.maison-orientation.lu

Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 12:00 and from 13:00 to 17:00 (except for the "higher education" counter, which is only open in the afternoons from 13:00 to 17:00).

The Maison de l'orientation is a government agency that brings together in one place public players active in the field of educational and vocational guidance. In its "guidance" area, citizens can take advantage of a first meeting without appointment and anonymously, all year round (also during school holidays).

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