Notice On A Bridge-Building And Induction Courses For Secondary Schools

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om brobygning og introduktionskurser til ungdomsuddannelserne

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 introductory courses for secondary education

Chapter 2 building bridges for youth education

Chapter 3 introduction courses and building bridges related to special education course in elementary school

Chapter 4 building bridges from other educational pathways

Chapter 5 coordinating provision of induction courses and building bridges

Chapter 6 entry into force The full text of the ordonnance on bridge building and induction courses for secondary schools

Under section 10 (g) of the Act on guidance on choice of education and occupation, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 770 by 27. June 2007 shall be determined:

Chapter 1

Introductory courses for secondary education

§ 1 . Introductory courses are teaching and supervision at secondary schools for pupils in primary school 8. class, where they are introduced to several secondary schools. Introductory courses is intended to help ensure that students are prepared for educational choice in 9. class.

(2). Introductory courses are also offered to students in 8. class of free primary schools and boarding schools.

(3). Students should be introduced to more advanced schooling options that are relevant for the individual. Who can set up introductory course for educational institutions, providing one or more of the following secondary schools:





1) vocational training (basic gradient education in a common input),

2) education to the higher technical examination (htx),

3) higher commercial examination (hhx)

4) baccalaureate (stx),

5) higher preparatory examination (hf).





(4). Introduction courses spanning 5 school days to be processed together or spread over the school year.

§ 2. The pupil's school shall ensure that happens as well as preparation for the finishing of the introductory course in connection with teaching at the school.

(2). For students, who coached by Youth guidance, Youth guidance and schools cooperate on preparation and after treatment of introductory course.

Chapter 2

Bridging the gap to secondary education

§ 3 . Bridge building pursuant to this chapter is a period in which pupils in 9. and 10. class participates in a teaching and supervision at a youth education.

(2). May brobygges to:





1) vocational training (basic gradient education in a common input),

2) education to the higher technical examination (htx),

3) higher commercial examination (hhx)

4) baccalaureate (stx),

5) higher preparatory examination (hf).





(3). The bridge must be present and reflect on the content and format requirements in one or more secondary education as well as give the student the opportunity to experience the environment of the concerned educational direction.

(4). The bridge must be carried out in the framework, which reflects the teaching, as secondary institution provider or the professions, the training aims.

§ 4. The pupil's school are conducting a thorough and last treatment of bridge-building process for the individual student so that the bridge will be organised on the basis of the individual student's needs and conditions and in such a way that the student gets the best basis on which to decide on elections and the start of a youth education.

(2) the first and last treatment may include parts of the § 3, paragraph 2, referred to education on the basis of the individual student's needs and conditions may be included in a vocational training scene (egu) in accordance with the rules applicable to this effect.

9. class

§ 5. Students in elementary school, as in 9. class is unsettled about educational choice after 9. class, offered bridging the gap to secondary schools in 2 to 10 days, if the school determines that it will benefit the student's opportunity for continuing education.

(2). Bridging the gap may also be offered to pupils in 9. class of free primary schools and boarding schools.

(3) the pupil's school and Youth guidance shall carry out, in cooperation with the student an assessment of learner's needs for building bridges and taking a position on whether the bridge-building process will benefit the individual pupil's clarification of educational choice.

(4). Who can brobygges to in article 3, paragraph 2, referred to education.

(5). Bridge, see. paragraph 1, must be settled before 1. March in a school year.

10. class

§ 6. Pupils in 10. class must participate in building bridges or combinations of bridge building and unpaid internship with a training perspective, see. However, section 7, paragraph 5.

(2). Internships are short, unpaid periods at a workplace. The internship must give the student the opportunity for clarification in relation to specific educational and vocational aspirations.

(3). Bridge-building and internship courses are an integral part of 10. class and must therefore be organised in association with the teaching, so progress stands contiguous to the individual student.

(4). Conducted bridge-building-and traineeship, indicating the content and timing of scale as well as the pupil and class schoolmaster's evaluation of programmes, is applied to the student's educational plan of the student's supervisor.

§ 7. The mandatory building bridges or combinations of bridge building and unpaid internship with a training perspective, see. section 6, make up 2 weeks for a 10. class courses of a duration of more than 20 weeks and one week for a 10. class courses with a duration of 20 weeks or less.

(2). Mandatory bridging-and traineeship must be organised in the course of at least two days.

(3). The mandatory bridging the gap settled on institutions providing those in section 3, paragraph 2, referred to secondary education, to be brobygges to at least two different secondary education, of whom at least one must be vocational or vocational high school.

(4). The mandatory building bridges have to be organised, so at least a week have been settled before 1. March of the current school year.

(5). For students who are taught in accordance with the provisions on the possibility of establishing special hour-or curricula in order on public school's special education and other special educational assistance, may be waived in the case where the requirement for mandatory building bridges special circumstances justify. The derogation requires acceptance from the custodial parent.

§ 8. Students in public school 10. In addition to the mandatory building bridges, class must see. § 6, offered to participate in up to 4 weeks of voluntary building bridges to vocational training, in accordance with article 3. § 3, paragraph 2, no. 1, or in combinations of these educations and unpaid internship with a training perspective.

(2). Other school types providing 10. class, can offer their pupils building bridges to vocational upper secondary education or combinations of building bridges to vocational upper secondary education and unpaid internship with a training perspective.

(3). The 4-week voluntary building bridges, see. (1) can be organised, so they put together with a minimum of 1 week from the mandatory bridging trigger merit when the young start a training session at a youth education, there has been brobygget to.

Chapter 3

Induction courses and building bridges related to special education course in elementary school

§ 9. On special training courses, see. primary school section 9, paragraph 4, and section 33, paragraphs 4 and 5, or an equivalent course in other school forms pursuant to § 33 primary school, (2), introductory courses to upper-secondary education, and building bridges, see. law for guidance on choosing and training and profession, section 10 (b) and section 10 (c), amount to a total of 4 weeks per year.

(2). Youth guidance be involved in the organisation of the course referred to in paragraph 1, including in finding suitable internships, as well as to coordinate the introductory courses or bridge on youth training.

(3). Youth guidance for conducting the instructions of eleven in connection with cycles content and organization.

(4). Completed building bridges with indication of content and in terms of time scale is applied to the student's educational plan of Youth guidance.

Chapter 4

Bridging the gap from other educational pathways

§ 10. Students who have completed 9. class, and which is not filled 19 years, will be able to participate in building bridges to the vocational training of a duration of up to six weeks. The bridge is organised in association with educational programmes, training courses, etc., of not less than three months ' duration, which is offered by the free elementary schools, boarding schools, youth schools, håndarbejdsskoler and municipal schools, which receive government subsidies, as well as local authority youth schools. This provision does not apply to students who are going for 10. class.

(2). Youth guidance can for young people who have completed 9. class, establish bridging the gap between vocational training of a duration of up to six weeks. This provision does not apply to students who are going for 10. class.

(3). Building bridges, see. paragraph 1 and paragraph 2 may be referred to in § 3, paragraph 2, no. 1, referred to vocational training.

(4). For students covered by paragraph 1, which are involved in bridge-building, the development of a training plan of Youth guidance in cooperation with the youth and the custodial parent. Free elementary schools, boarding schools, youth schools, håndarbejdsskoler and municipal schools, which receive State subsidies as well as local authority youth schools can, however, assist and provide guidance in the preparation of the student's training plan, if the school's pupils not coached by Youth guidance.

(5). Completed building bridges with indication of content and in terms of time scale is applied to the student's educational plan of the guidance officer.

Chapter 5


Coordination of the provision of induction courses and building bridges

§ 11. Youth facilitator guide and coordinate the sending of students in introductory and bridging course in the geographical area in which the guidance device includes.

(2). If agreement can be reached between several units of Youth guidance can the dissemination and coordination of the basic regulation. paragraph 1 shall be extended to the geographical area in which the guidance units encompassing.

§ 12. Youth guide take the initiative for schools and institutions that deliver or receive pupils in connection with building bridges in the geographical area in which the guidance unit include, meet one or more times as needed to discuss and coordinate the local range of introductory and bridging courses. At the meetings agreed on the pace again, including their temporal location, vedtilmelding, admission procedures, student absences, timelines, evaluation of the overall process, as well as other conditions that contribute to the introduction and bridge-building pace implementation, including the use of electronic tools for the distribution of students between schools.

(2). If no agreement can be reached on whether the supply of bridge-building and induction training responds to an identified need, inform the Youth guidance Councillor thereof. If the local authority cannot provide the necessary consensus between the Parties shall notify the Municipal Council Ministry of education on this matter settled opinions of the concerned secondary schools. The Ministry of education decides on whether or not a secondary institution to increase its offering of bridge-building offers.

Chapter 6

Entry into force of the

§ 13. The notice shall enter into force on January 1. August 2008.
The Ministry of education, the 26. March 2008 Senior Director Jens Strunge Peasant/Silvia Fernandez