On The Convention On The Choice Of Profession And Advice For Odb. Education

Original Language Title: o Úmluvě o poradenství pro volbu povolání a odb. výchově

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141/1980 Coll.


Minister of Foreign Affairs

of 14 July 1999. August 1980

on the Convention on advice for vocational and technical education for the development of

of human resources, 1975 (No. 142)

On 23 December 2005. June 1975 was on 60. meeting of the General Conference

The International Labour Organisation adopted the Convention on advice for choosing

professions and vocational education for the development of human resources, 1975 (No. 142). With

The Convention expressed its approval of the Federal Assembly of the Czechoslovak

Socialist Republic and the President of the Republic has ratified it.

The ratification of the Convention by the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic was

written on 6. March 1979 by the Director General of the International Office

work. According to article 7 paragraph 3 of the Convention entered for

The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic in force on 6. March


Czech translation of the text of the Convention shall be published at the same time.

First Deputy:

Ing. Book v.r.


about advice for the choice of profession and vocational education for the development of human

resources, 1975 (No. 142)

The General Conference of the International Labour Organization, which was convened

the Administrative Council of the International Labour Office in Geneva, and there met on 4 April 2006.

June 1975, at its 60th session,

rozhodnuvši to adopt some of the proposals relating to the development of human

sources: advice for the choice of profession and education to the profession, that are

the sixth point of the agenda of the session, and

stanovivši, that these proposals will take the form of an International Convention,

accepts 23 July. June 1975, this Convention, which will be referred to as

Human resources development Convention, 1975:

Article 1

1. each Member State shall adopt and develop comprehensive and

coordinated policies and programmes of advice for the choice of a profession and

vocational education, closely related to employment, in particular through the

public employment agencies.

2. These policies and programmes are taken into account:

and to the needs, capabilities) and employment problems as the regional so

at the national level;

(b) the degree and level of) economic, social and cultural development;

(c)) to the mutual relations between the development of human resources and other

economic, social and cultural objectives.

3. this policy and programs to implement the methods

national conditions.

4. These policies and programs to focus on it, that individual was

to better understand and, individually or collectively influence the work and

the social environment.

5. the policy and programs to encourage and enable all persons

them on the basis of equality and without discrimination to develop and use

its working abilities in their own interest and in accordance with its

own efforts with regard to the needs of the company.

Article 2

In view of the above, the objectives of each Member State shall draw up and will

improve open, flexible and complementary systems

General, technical and vocational education, advice for choosing

education and occupation and vocational training, whether such activity develops in

the school system or outside it.

Article 3

1. each Member State will gradually extend its systems consulting for

choice of profession, including systematic information on employment status, in order to

ensure a versatile information and, if possible, the widest possible

advice for all children, young people and adults, including programs

suitable for all disabled and incapacitated persons.

2. Such information and advice will cover employment options,

vocational training and related educational opportunities, the status of the

employment and employment prospects, the option procedure, safety

work and labour hygiene and other site work activities in different

sectors of economic, social and cultural activity and at all levels of


3. this information and advice will be supplemented by General information

collective agreements and the rights and obligations of all concerned

parties under employment law; This information will be provided in the

accordance with national law and practice, taking into account relevant

the functions and tasks of the participating organisations of workers and employers.

Article 4

Each Member State shall gradually extend, adapt, and align their systems

of vocational education to meet the needs of adolescents and adults after

their whole life in all sections of the economy, in all sectors

economic activity and at all levels of professional qualifications and


Article 5

Policy and programs for the selection of the profession and advice of vocational education is

to draw up and implement, in cooperation with organizations

employers and workers concerned, and if it is in accordance with national

law and practice, as well as with other interested organisations.

Article 6

The formal ratifications of this Convention shall be communicated to the Director-

The International Labour Office and written by him.

Article 7

1. this Convention undertakes to only the Member States of the international organization

labour, whose ratification has been registered by the Director General.

2. Shall take effect twelve months after the date the Director writes

the ratification of the two Member States.

3. For each Member State, this Convention shall take effect twelve months

from the date on which its ratification has been registered.

Article 8

1. each Member which has ratified this Convention may denounce it

After the expiration of ten years from the date on which this Convention first acquired

the effectiveness of written communication, the Director General of the International Office

work that is writes. Denunciation shall take effect one year after the date on which the

It was registered.

2. each Member State that has ratified this Convention and which does not apply

rights to terminate her under this article during the year following

the expiry of the period of ten years, as indicated in the previous paragraph, the

bound by the Convention for the next ten-year period, under the conditions laid down in this


Article 9

1. the Director General of the International Labour Office shall notify all Member

States, the International Labour Organisation the ratification of, and writing all the testimony,

members of the Organization shall communicate to him.

2. When the Member States of the Organization to communicate to write the second

ratification, which was notified to the Director-General pointed out, Member

States of the Organization to the date when this Convention enters into force.

Article 10

Director General of the International Labour Office shall notify the

the Secretary-General of the United Nations for registration in accordance with article 102 the Charter of the United

Nations full particulars of all ratifications and denunciations that enrolled

under the provisions of the preceding articles.

Article 11

The Administrative Council of the International Labour Office, at any time it deems

necessary, shall submit to the General Conference a report on the implementation of this Convention, and

examine whether it is advisable to put on the agenda of the General Conference

the question of its full or partial revision.

Article 12

1. the General Conference adopt a new Convention revising all or

partly this Convention and does not appoint a new Convention:

and the new Convention revising) the ratification by a Member State will result ipso jure

immediate denunciation of this Convention, notwithstanding the provisions of article 8, with the

subject to the new revising Convention enters into force;

(b)), from the time when the new revising Convention enters into force, this Convention

Member States shall cease to be open to ratification.

2. This Convention shall remain in force in its form and content for those

Member States which have ratified it, and that have not ratified the revising

the Convention.

Article 13

The English and French texts of this Convention are equally authentic.