|Appendix 1||The description of course in Danish social conditions and Danish culture and history|
Publication of Danish social conditions and Danish culture and history class
Purline of section 22 (2). 3, in the law on the integration of foreigners in Denmark (integration law), cf. Law Order no. 1593 of 14. In December 2007, as amended by law no. 571 of 31. The year May 2010 shall be :
§ 1. The local authorities shall ensure that foreigners covered by Section 2 (2) of the Integration Act. Two-four, is offered a course in Danish social relations and Danish culture and history.
Paragraph 2. The tender under paragraph 1. 1 shall be provided so that the foreigners may start the course within four months after the municipality of the municipality has claimed responsibility for the foreigner in question.
Paragraph 3. The Municipality Board shall be responsible for the course, but may, in whole or in part, leave the organization and holding to another municipal board, organisation or association, including Danish Refugee Aid, a training institution or a private person ; business, cf. Section 5 of the Integration Code.
§ 2. The course shall be a coherent or divided course and must be completed within one year of the responsibility of the local authority responsible for the foreigner in question, in accordance with the said area, within a period of one year. However, § 8. The total length of the courier shall be 40 times 45 minutes exclusive of the breaks.
§ 3. The instruction shall follow the professional description listed in Annex 1 to this notice.
§ 4. The local authority must organize the course in such a way as to adapt the employment and needs of the foreigners to the foreigners in terms of time, place and content, including the other parts of the integration programme respectively, respectively.
§ 5. Where necessary, interpreter shall be used where necessary.
§ 6. For foreigners who are offered a integration programme, cf. The integration law § 16, must be included as part of the integration programme, cf. However, section 7. It must appear in the integration contract, cf. section 19 of the Integration Act, that the course is part of the integration programme, and when the foreigner must begin and complete the course.
Paragraph 2. If foreigners who are offered an introductory procedure are required to follow the course, then it must be started so that it may be completed before the end of the intro period, cf. section 24 c (3) of the integration law. 4.
§ 7. The local authorities can, in whole or in part, fail to offer a foreigner participating in Danish social relations and Danish culture and history when, for special reasons, for example, if the foreigner is due to take account of it. high age, physical disability, mental disability, etc. cannot be assumed to be able to follow the class to a full extent.
§ 8. If illness, pregnancy, maternity leave, absence of a child care show or similar prevents the foreigner from following the course of the period during which it shall be followed in accordance with section 1 (2). 2, and sections 2 and 5, the municipality board may defer the date on which the foreigner begins or terminating the course.
§ 9. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. August 2010.
Paragraph 2. The announcement shall apply to foreigners who have been granted a residence permit on 1. August, 2010, or later.
The Ministry of Refugees, Immigrants and Integration, the 26th. June 2010
Birthe Rønn Hornbech
/ Frederik Gammeltoft
The description of course in Danish social conditions and Danish culture and history
Organisation of the Organisation
The course shall be arranged in such a way as to adapt as far as possible to the employment, needs and knowledge of individual foreigners. The teaching is intended to have a total of 40 lessons in 45 minutes, which can be carried out at eight modules for five hours, for example, where the most everyday topics are examined first and the more complicated later in the process. The course can be carried out as a shelf-class or, as it is possible, as IT-based self-study.
Objectives and Content
The course of Danish social conditions and Danish culture and history must include the following topics :
The integration legislation and the rules on the acquisition of time-restricted residence permits
The aim is that the Kursisten will be familiar with the conditions for a temporary residence permit. In education, it must be stressed that poorly integrated foreigners cannot expect to obtain a time-restricted residence permit. In addition, the objective is that the courier will have an overview of the integration process and, therefore, the prerequisites for taking active part in it. The lesson relates to relevant parts of the integration and integration programme in particular, as well as the coherence of the programme's individual parts.
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The aim is for the courier to gain insight into Danish customs and norms.
Education is about everyday life in Denmark, with a view to the family, the parental and child-education, gender roles, housing and housing, health and disease, written and unwritten rules. This is also a matter of Danish label and national holidays.
The basic principles of the welfare society
The aim is to ensure that the Kursisten is aware of the functioning of the system of tax-funded welfare systems and with the obligations and rights associated with the Danish welfare system.
This lesson is about the economic basis for the welfare society and the offer of welfare society-including the right to free medical care, free medical care and free public school and the duty to pay tax.
The labour market and the Danish workplace culture
The aim is to give the Kurds a look at opportunities and conditions in jobs in Denmark.
This lesson deals with the main features of Denmark's economic structure, the organisation of the Danish labour market, written and unwritten rules in the workplace, expectations of the workforce, the ability to create self-employment, ways of looking for ways ; working on and opportunities for guidance.
Danish education system
The objective is that the Kursisten is well known to the Danish education system.
The lesson relates to the Danish educational system, including the universal service, the importance of children's education and the opportunities for continuing education.
Danish democracy and basic Danish values
The aim is for the Kurds to be understood by the Danish democracy.
The lesson is about the most important elements of the constitution, including the division of power, the work of the government and the people's work and freedoms.
It also forms part of the importance of political parties and the rules on elections. The Kursists hear of the prime minister and the other major figures of the current political life.
In addition, education is concerned with legislation in Denmark, for example, the relationship between rights and obligations, gender equality and the importance of and the opportunities for active citizenship in everyday life, including associations and voluntary work.
Denmark and the world
The aim is for the courier to become aware of Denmark's role in the international community.
This is a lesson about Denmark's international obligations and membership of international organisations.
The goal is that the couriers are given insight into the geography of Denmark.
The lesson relates to Danish country-parts, cities and waters, Denmark's location in Europe, neighbouring countries, climate, nature and so on.
The aim is that the Kurds through an insight into major historical events get an understanding of the current situation in Denmark.
The lesson relates to the main features of historic developments towards today's society-including an introduction to the marrist historical figures.
Danish arts and culture
The aim is that the courier will have an introduction to a number of the most significant Danish cultural cards, cultural personalities and works.
The lesson relates both to the Danish cultural history and to the modern cultural life-including an introduction to the most undertested cultural figures.