Security Academy Education Regulation Siak-Bv

Original Language Title: Sicherheitsakademie-Bildungsverordnung - SIAK-BV

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451. Ordinance of the Federal Minister of the Interior on access to education offered by the Security Academy (security academy education regulation-SIAK-BV)

On the basis of § 11 (2) and (4) of the Security Policy Act-SPG, BGBl. No 566/1991, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 43/2014 and the BGBl agreement. I No 97/2014, shall be arranged:

Education offers

§ 1. (1) The Security Academy is responsible for providing basic training and training of teaching and management staff for the staff of the Federal Ministry of the Interior.

(2) In the following areas, the provision of other training measures for staff members of the Federal Ministry of the Interior of the Security Academy is reserved:

1.

Continuing training of full-time teachers;

2.

Continuing training of managers in the field of management skills;

3.

Training and further training on radiation protection, for hazardous substances and in state crisis management and civil protection management;

4.

Training and training for trainers and multipliers within the framework of general training;

5.

Training of liaison officers abroad (police attachés);

6.

Training and further training in the area of competence development.

(3) In addition, the security academy shall be entitled, in accordance with existing resources, to draw up, offer and carry out any kind of educational provision for the staff of the Federal Ministry of the Interior.

(4) For the purpose of the development and implementation of education and training of staff members of the Federal Ministry of the Interior in the form of academic degree programmes, the Security Academy is responsible for cooperation with universities, universities and universities. Universities of applied sciences.

(5) In addition, the security academy is also entitled, in accordance with existing funds, to create educational offers for persons who are not staff members of the Federal Ministry of the Interior, and these are against cost replacement in the sense of § 6 , to the extent that this is related to the performance of the tasks of the Security Academy.

Basic training

§ 2. The basic training is that in-service training, which is intended to lead to the fulfilment of the requirements for appointment or definition. It shall provide the staff with the basic and general knowledge, as well as the technical, social and methodological skills required for the area of responsibility envisaged.

Training and training of managers

§ 3. (1) Managers shall be those persons who, on the basis of their position, have the power to make relevant decisions regarding the planning, organisation, control and implementation of the objectives set.

(2) In order to train and train managers, managers of the Federal Ministry of the Interior, as well as those who are eligible for a use as a manager, should be allowed. The approval is made after the safety academy has been approved by the top service authority.

(3) The number of applicants exceeds the number of participants defined by the security academy, giving preference to candidates who already hold a leading position; furthermore, in the selection of aspects of the promotion of women, and to take account of the importance of current or future use as a manager.

Teaching staff at the Security Academy

§ 4. (1) Primary and secondary teachers as well as guest lecturers can be used for teaching activities.

(2) Main-time teachers are staff members of the Federal Ministry of the Interior at the Security Academy, whose job-related tasks are primarily the teaching activities at the Security Academy. Secondary teachers are staff members of the Federal Ministry of the Interior at the Security Academy, whose job-related tasks do not predominantly include teaching activities at the Security Academy. All other persons teaching at the Security Academy are guest lecturers.

(3) As full-time teachers, persons who are personally and professionally qualified to carry out the teaching activities are to be employed; in particular, the choice of educational skills to teach the content of the educational content shall be considered as appropriate. . Persons who, because of their education or previous professional activities, have a special knowledge of the teaching activities at the Security Academy which they have to obtain. Staff of categories E 2a and E 2b, which are used as full-time teachers, shall in principle have at least three years ' security policy executive service, except in duly substantiated cases. possible.

Training and further training of full-time teachers

§ 5. The security academy ensures the pedagogical and professional training of the full-time teaching staff. In the selection of participants, individual training requirements, aspects of the advancement of women as well as the date of the applicant's last participation in an identic or similar event shall be taken into consideration.

Cost replacement

§ 6. (1) The staff of the Federal Ministry of the Interior shall be free of charge for the provision of official training and further training.

(2) The reimbursement of expenses in the case of offers of service training for persons who carry out tasks of the security administration (§ 2 of the SPG) and are not federal staff is per participant and teaching unit.

1.

4 Euro by primary or secondary teaching staff;

2.

by guest lecturers 11 euros.

(3) The rate of reimbursement of educational offers for other public servants shall be determined by the security academy in accordance with paragraph 4, unless otherwise provided for in cooperation agreements.

(4) The rate of reimbursement of educational offers for third parties shall be determined by the Security Academy on the basis of the common value (§ 305 ABGB).

(5) Travel, accommodation and catering costs are not included in the reimbursement of costs as referred to in paragraph 2.

(6) The rate of reimbursement referred to in paragraph 2 shall be increased to the extent that it is based on the change in the consumer price index 2010, or the index which is to be replaced by the statistics Austria, as compared with that of the last fixing. index number is given. The recalculation shall be made after publication of the index number for a calendar year. The amounts thus calculated shall be rounded up or down to full euro amounts, with amounts up to and including 50 cents rounded up and sums being rounded up over 50 cents. The new amounts shall apply from the month following the date of the meeting by the Federal Statistical Office Statistics Austria.

Linguistic equality

§ 7. As far as natural persons are referred to in this Regulation only in male form, they shall refer to women and men in the same way.

References

§ 8. References in this Regulation to federal laws are to be understood as references to the version in force in each case.

entry into force

§ 9. (1) This Regulation shall enter into force 1. Jänner 2016 in force.

(2) At the same time, Article 1 of the Regulation of the Federal Minister for the Interior, which enacts the Regulation on access to educational offers of the Security Academy (Security Academy Education Regulation-SIAK-BV), enters into force, and the Regulation on access to education offers the Security fees regulation is amended, BGBl. II No 224/2004, except for force.

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