Decree On Subsidies For Companies That Included Training Agreement With Adults

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om tilskud til virksomheder, der indgår uddannelsesaftale med voksne

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Decree on subsidies for companies that included training agreement with adults

Under section 68, paragraph 2, of the Act on an active employment efforts, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1074 of 7. September 2007, as last amended by Act No. 523 of 6. June 2007 shall be determined:

§ 1. Employers who enters into an agreement for the training of adults in areas where there is a shortage of labour or are expected, or where there are good employment opportunities, may, in accordance with the rules laid down in this notice get subsidies for the wages that the employer pays the protagonist of internship hours in your company.

(2). For students, which at the time the agreement is entered into, the beneficiary of education support services without being in the employment of the basic regulation. (3) as a starting point, there can not be given aid to education, where in the region of employment is a crop of pupils in school internship, see. Chapter 7 (a) of the law on vocational education and training. Jobcentres can in individual cases, when special geographical circumstances justify, ignore 1. PT.

(3). Group of persons referred to in paragraph 2 includes persons who





1) receive unemployment benefit, activation performance, cash assistance, home help or introductory benefit,

2) receive unemployment allowance, special allowance and sickness benefits, or

3) are employed in løntilskudsjob and as one of the benefits received by the valuation mentioned in nr. 1.





§ 2. The national labour market authority shall lay down the guidelines for the assessment of areas of expertise or job titles where there is, or is expected to be a shortage of labour, or where there are good employment opportunities. The national labour market authority lays down guidelines for how people should be taken into account in school internship in relation to students, covered by article 1, paragraph 3.

(2). Regionsdirektøren draws up on the basis of the guidelines referred to in paragraph 1, a list of subject areas or job titles where there is, or is expected to be a shortage of labour, or where there are good employment opportunities in the region. On this basis, determined which employers can obtain grants for education and training.

(3). Employment region publishes twice a year, by 30 April. June and 31. December a list of the courses in the following 12 months qualifying for grants under section 1.

§ 3. To the employer can get funding, should the conditions laid down in articles 4-7 shall be met.

§ 4. Training must, at the time the employer agrees the training with the person, fall within the scope of the areas referred to in article 6. § 2, paragraph 3, are eligible for support.

§ 5. Training agreement must fulfil the conditions laid down in accordance with the law on vocational education and the law on maritime education § 2 nr. 5.

§ 6. The grant scheme covers students who at the time of commencement of training is at least 25 years.

(2). The employer must pay a salary fixed by the collective agreement and the salary must be at least equal to the lowest salary, a non-qualified employees are entitled to within the area in question. On non-agreement covered areas must the employer pay a wage that is at least equivalent to what is current in the related agreement areas.

§ 7. Employers entitled to grants in connection with the agreement on training with someone who is not covered by article 1, paragraph 3, shall be subject to the cost of the grant may be held within the appropriation of budget is allocated to provide grants for the target group. The budget allocation is distributed as a framework for each of the social agency's operating regions.

(2). An employer's right to reimbursement shall be subject to the cost of the grant may be held within the framework of the operational region has been made available. The condition must be met at the time the application is received in the operating region.

§ 8. The grant represents 35 € per hour during the internship with the employer.

(2). Subsidies in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be granted for up to the first 2 ½ years of uddannelsesaftale period.

§ 9. The employer submits grant application via the operating region for the job centre, where the internship site is located.

(2). Operational region takes alone a position on whether or not there are resources within the deposed appropriation to meet the needs of the application. Then the application will be sent on to the State in job centres, which takes a position on whether the conditions for granting subsidies are met.

§ 10. Applications are submitted on a form that can be obtained in the job centre or downloaded electronically on www.jobnet.dk, and must contain a declaration by the firm stating that the conditions are met.

(2). The application must be submitted no later than 1 month after the education agreement is begun.

(3). If applications are submitted at a later date, the decision on the award of grants will be taken on the basis of whether the conditions for granting the subsidy referred to in article 6. sections 4, 5 and 6, were met at the time the agreement was concluded, and training grants will only be granted for the remainder of the grant period.

§ 11. The State of the job centre pays subsidy for months in arrears on the basis of the employer's application for payment of the grant. The request must be filed in a form that can be obtained in the job centre or downloaded electronically on www.jobnet.dk. Grants may be paid for the full contractual working hours, usually 37 weekly hours.

(2). The request for payment of the reimbursement shall include the employer's name, registration number, address and telephone number of the internship site, account number in a financial institution, the intern's name and social security number, and the number of working hours, for which is paid wages, etc.

(3). If the request is received by the State in the job centre no later than the 15. in a month, paid the subsidy to the employer before the 15th. in the following month.

(4). The employer shall provide a declaration that the company has not received the same training places to stay or want to receive public aid for other rules, including e.g. in accordance with the rules of sick pay. However, receipt of a financial prize for creating more jobs in internships in accordance with the law on employers ' Student refund not meaning for receipt of grants in accordance with this Ordinance.

§ 12. Grants under this Ordinance shall be granted within the framework of the EU's de minimis aid scheme.

§ 13. Complaint against the Government of jobcenterets decisions can be referred to the Employment Appeals Tribunal by the company within 4 weeks.

(2). Employment decisions cannot be challenged before the Supreme Administrative authority.

§ 14. The notice shall enter into force on 17 December. April 2008 and has effect for grant applications received on this date or later. For persons who are not covered by article 1, paragraph 3, it is furthermore a condition that the education agreement concluded on 17 June. April 2008 or later.

(2). Executive Order No. 601 of 13. June 2007 on subsidies to businesses, which included training agreement with adults, be repealed. Undertakings which have been granted subsidies before 17. April 2008, receiving grants in accordance with the existing rules. Grant applications received before 17. April 2008, dealt with under the existing rules.
The national labour market Board, the 15. April 2008 Marie Hansen/Kim Svendsen-Tune