After the successful completion of a training programme, Training Certificates are issued to the trainee(s).

ECVET credits may be allocated to continuing education, continuing vocational education or training programmes, reflecting the effort made and the learning outcomes obtained by a trainee in a programme.

In special cases of short-term seminars, which do not lead to the award of a training certificate, a certificate of attendance may be issued, signed by the Scientific Officer of the project. In accordance with the terms of each training programme, a certificate of attendance may also be issued in those cases where a person has attended but not completed the entire programme.

Within the framework of the lifelong learning programmes organised by the UoC, Training Certificates are issued to trainees who successfully complete their training, according to the terms and conditions set.

After the completion of the programme, the Scientific Officers are obliged to send to the KEDIVIM Secretariat a list of the details of the successful candidates, in order to issue the relevant certificates of attendance. The certificates are signed by the President and the Director of the KEDIVIM Council and the Project's Head of Service and are sent by the KEDIVIM Secretariat to the trainees.

ECVET credits may be allocated to training programmes, in accordance with the European Credit Transfer System for Vocational Education and Training, which reflect the effort and learning outcomes a trainee acquires from a programme (1 ECVET equals 25-30 hours of workload for the trainee).

The certificate will indicate, as a minimum, the subject of the education/training, the type of Continuing Lifelong Learning programme (continuing education, vocational training, refresher training, etc.), the duration (months/hours) and the method of implementation.

A certificate is awarded when the participants have successfully completed the programme (the percentage of absences does not exceed 10% of the scheduled training hours), have passed the final assessment provided by the programme, according to the Programme Guide and have paid the full tuition fees. It is also possible to obtain a Certificate Supplement (Europass), which contains details of the modules.

A certificate of attendance is issued to participants in programmes for which no form of evaluation of the trainees is foreseen or in case the participants have not passed the final evaluation foreseen by the programme.