Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 purpose of the Guide
Chapter 2 of the guidance organization
Chapter 3 of the brochure content
Chapter 4 cooperation at risk of dropping out
Chapter 5 training requirements for advisers
Chapter 6 quality development and quality assurance
Chapter 7 entry into force provisions of The full text of the Ordinance for guidance on the implementation of the Education Ministry area
Pursuant to section 12 (a), paragraph 4, of the Act on guidance on training and professions, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 630 of 20. June 2008, fixed:
Purpose of the Guide
§ 1. The purpose of the guide is that each pupil/student/student completes the selected training with maximum professional and personal dividends or supported to select another training.
(2). The instructions must support the pupil/student/student's ability to make reasoned choices and to carry out the training, as the individual chooses, so that an understanding of the link between the election and the subsequent education or employment desire is achieved.
(3). The guide is intended to contribute to, to pupils/students/trainees as part of their training session will be able to formulate objectives and milestones with their education, obtain a realistic career perspective and good study and work habits.
(4). The instructions shall be given in such a way that for the individual to ensure consistency and progression of instructional effort.
§ 2. The educational institution offering the pupil/student/student guidance on the implementation of the selected training in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance and any other rules of the respective training.
(2). The brochure content, organisation and temporal location adapted to the individual's needs with an emphasis on young people, who due to the professional, personal and/or social conditions, physical or mental disabilities has an extended need for guidance.
(3). The guide is organised by the educational institution such as individual, group and collective guidance, which mutually support and complement each other.
(4). To be on the individual educational institution shall be drawn up guidelines for the individual, the Group and the collective show guide, which shows what content is in the practical guidance and the goals set for the instructions. The guidelines should be published on institutions ' websites.
(5). Secondary schools should organise the Guide, see. (4) in cooperation with Studio options, so that the institution's implementation guide and Student the verification Guide, see. notice on guidance on the choice of higher education and the professions, for each pupil constitutes a coherent action, see. § 3, paragraph 1. The instructions have to be organised on the basis of the guidance which the student has received earlier in his training session on the basis of the student's training plan.
§ 3. Advisers at secondary institutions must organise their cooperation with Study options, with particular emphasis on young people with a need for expanded guidance on choice of higher education and profession and to refer young people to Study options, if required, see. notice on guidance on the choice of higher education and the professions.
(2). Exchange of sensitive personal information, which is covered by sections 7 and 8 of the Privacy Act, between secondary institutions and study options, see. paragraph 1, shall take place only after consent from the young people themselves or from the custodial parent if the young person is under 18 years of age.
The brochure content
§ 4. The individual guide takes its starting point in the pupil/student/student's personal assumptions and in the purpose, content and structure of the concerned education.
(2). The individual guide provides guidance on the choice of the elements involved in the individual training,
(3). The individual guide provides guidance on the conditions at the same time, there is significant for that pupil/student/student can complete the selected training.
(4). The collective guide provides guidance on conditions that are common for pupils/students/students, and shall at least include information on
1) training objectives, structure and individual elements,
2) selection subject or other individual elements of importance in connection with the later education and professions,
3) economic and social conditions in relation to training, including information on the rules for the award of State Educational support (SU), the State's Education aid (SVU), special educational support (SPS) and a paid internship, and
4) opportunities for educational and vocational guidance offered by Youth guidance and study choices, as well as information on www.uddannelsesguiden.dk.
Cooperation at risk of dropping out
§ 5. An educational institution shall assess that there is a risk that a student a student or student interrupts a training institution must offer the student, the student or the student an individual conversation.
(2). Secondary institutions must inform the Youth guidance, see. rules in notice on guidance on choice of youth education and profession, if there is an imminent risk that the student interrupts a training session.
(3). Higher education institutions should encourage the student to seek guidance with Study options, see. rules in notice on guidance on the choice of higher education and the professions (Studievalgs order), if the student wants to interrupt his education, or refer to the relevant educational institution, provided that the students want to start on a new education. If the student has not completed upper secondary education, reference is made to the Youth guidance, see. notice on guidance on choice of youth education and profession.
Educational requirements for advisers
§ 6. The instructions after this order is carried out by one or more persons appointed by the educational institution, and who have completed the three compulsory modules as well as a relevant choice module on diploma programme in education and vocational guidance, a professional bacheloruddannelse in public administration with toning in educational and vocational guidance or master of science in guidance, see. However, paragraph 2.
(2). Guidance can also be handled by
1) persons who have at least 5 years of professional experience as a supervisor and has completed one of the following former supervisor training:
a) School-and/or youth counselor training (the Danish University of education, etc.)
b) Adult supervisor training (the Danish University of education, National Vocational Educational teacher training, etc.)
(c) education and vocational training) supervisor at vocational schools (formerly referred to as the study guide) (Danish Vocational Educational Teacher Education)
d) Counsellor training for student counsellors at colleges, hf-courses and adult education centres (Ministry of education)
e) basic education for training counsellors in education adult education (Ministry of education)
f) Counsellor training at higher education-basic course and 4 modules (Ministry of education)
2) persons who have at least 3 years of professional experience as a supervisor and before 1 January 2002. August 2008 has completed the three basic modules in the diploma programme in education and vocational guidance, and
3) persons, which documents a similar guidance professional level of competence by a real competence assessment.
(3). For all new appointments after 1. August 2008, the applicant must meet the education requirement or prove its competencies in accordance with paragraph 1 or 2. It is not possible to recruit a suitable applicant who meets the requirements set out in paragraph 1 or 2 may employed applicants, which is then included in the educational institution's training plans, see. (4).
(4). The educational institution shall, before 1. August 2010 take a stand on, when all the advisers can live up to the training requirements set out in paragraphs 1 and 2.
Quality development and quality assurance
§ 7. The educational institution's system for quality development and quality assurance should include the guidance offered.
(2). The quality system shall at least include studies that measure the pupils/students/students ' satisfaction with and benefits of implementing the instructions. In addition, the effect of the Guide as a dropout from and implementation of education and training included.
§ 8. The educational institution shall publish a description of the quality system and the results achieved in an easily accessible manner on the institution's website.
Date of entry into force provisions
§ 9. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. August 2008, see. (2).
(2). The provision in section 2, paragraph 5, has only effect from the school year 2009/2010.
(3). Executive Order No. 298 of 28. April 2004 concerning guidance for implementation of programmes at the Ministry of territory be lifted.
The Ministry of education, the 30. June 2008 Afdelignschef Jens Strunge Pawn