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 to upper-secondary education, Chapter 2 building bridges to secondary education for students in 9. and 10. class Chapter 3 building bridges for young people who do not go to 9. or 10. class Chapter 4 coordination of the provision of induction courses and bridge-building Chapter 5 date of entry into force of 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 as well as a duty to education, employment, etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 671 by 21. June 2010, fixed: Chapter 1 introductory courses to upper-secondary education, § 1. Introductory courses are teaching and supervision on institutions providing secondary education. Introductory courses can be offered students in 8. class and intends to help ensure that students are prepared for education elections after 9. and 10. class.
(2). For students in elementary school, the municipality determines the extent to which students should participate in introductory courses. For students in free elementary schools (independent schools and private primary schools) and after schools, municipal schools and håndarbejdsskoler determines the extent to which the school pupils must participate in introductory courses.
(3). Students who conduct introductory courses, must be introduced to more advanced schooling options that are relevant for the individual. Who can set up introductory course of educational institutions offering one or more of the following secondary schools: 1) vocational training (basic course in a common entrance), 2) training to higher technical examination (htx), 3) programme to the higher commercial examination (hhx), 4) programme to the matriculation examination (stx) and 5) programme to the higher preparatory examination (hf).
(4). Introduction courses extending over more than 5 school days to be processed together or spread over the school year. In connection with specific courses of 8. grade levels, see. primary school section 9, paragraph 4, and section 33, paragraphs 4 and 5, or an equivalent course in free primary schools, boarding schools, home schools and håndarbejdsskoler, see. primary school section 33, paragraph 2, introductory rates be extended and can provide up to a total of 4 weeks, see. § 9.
§ 2. For students, who coached by Youth guidance, ensures the student's school, in cooperation with Youth Training Guide that happens as well as preparation for the finishing of the introductory course in connection with teaching at the school.
(2). For students who are not coached by Youth guidance, provides the pupil's school that happens as well as preparation for the finishing of the introductory course in connection with teaching at the school.
Chapter 2 building bridges to secondary education for students in 9. and 10. class section 3. Building bridges is a teaching and supervision at an institution providing secondary education.
(2). Who can brobygges to: 1) vocational training (basic course in a common entrance), 2) training to higher technical examination (htx), 3) programme to the higher commercial examination (hhx), 4) programme to the matriculation examination (stx) and 5) programme to the higher preparatory examination (hf).
(3). Bridge building is offered by and implemented on the institutions providing the training courses referred to in paragraph 2. The bridge must be in form and content reflect the teaching in each of the courses included in the bridge, giving the student the opportunity to experience the environment in training and make the student aware of training practical and theoretical elements, as well as for vocational education and training one or more professions aimed at training.
§ 4. For students, who coached by Youth guidance, making the pupil's school in cooperation with Youth Training manual a thorough first 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 so that the pupil gets the best basis on which to decide on elections and the start of a youth education. For students who are not coached by Youth guidance, making the school a similar first and last treatment.
(2). The first and last treatment may include that parts of the article 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. section 5 class. Students in elementary school, as in 9. class is unsettled about educational choice after 9. class, offered bridging the gap for youth education in 2-10 days, if the school and Youth guidance estimates that it will benefit the student's opportunity for continuing education. Bridging the gap can in similar circumstances offered students in 9. class of free primary schools, boarding schools, home schools and håndarbejdsskoler.
(2). In association with the special training course on 9. grade levels, see. primary school section 9, paragraph 4, and section 33, paragraphs 4 and 5, or an equivalent course in free primary schools, boarding schools, home schools and håndarbejdsskoler, see. primary school section 33, paragraph 2, can be extended and bridge-building constitute up to a total of 4 weeks, see. § 9.
10. section 6 class. 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 3.
(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 have to be organised in association with the teaching, so progress stands contiguous to the individual student.
§ 7. The mandatory building bridges or combination of bridge building and unpaid internship with a training perspective, see. § 6, represents 1 week equivalent to 21 hours and is offered in the course of up to 5 days duration, including in the course of 3 and 2 days duration. The bridge must involve at least one vocational training or vocational upper secondary education.
(2). The mandatory building bridges must be settled before 1 May 2004. March of the school year.
(3). 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, if the student is subject to parental authority.
§ 8. Students in public school 10. In addition to the mandatory class building bridges or combination of bridge building and unpaid internship with a training perspective offered to participate in a voluntary building bridges to upper secondary and vocational secondary education or in combinations of building bridges to vocational upper secondary education and unpaid internship with a training perspective, see. section 6, paragraph 2, for up to 5 weeks, but not more than 4 weeks in 10. class-course of 20 weeks or less. Building bridges to the secondary education can not exceed 1 week in total.
(2). Free elementary schools, boarding schools, home schools and håndarbejdsskoler, providing 10. class, in addition to the mandatory building bridges or combination of bridge building and unpaid internship with an educational perspective within the framework of paragraph 1 offer their pupils in 10. voluntary building bridges to upper secondary school and class vocational secondary education or combinations of building bridges to vocational upper secondary education and unpaid internship with a training perspective.
(3). Building bridges is organised so that it is as far as possible triggers of merit, when the young start a training session at a youth education, there has been brobygget to.
Induction courses and building bridges in association with special courses in 8. and 9. class section 9. Extended introductory courses to upper-secondary education, and extended building bridges in connection with specific courses, see. section 1, paragraph 4, 2. section, and section 5, paragraph 2, may not exceed a total of 4 weeks per year. In sessions may, in accordance with the individual student's needs included short, unpaid internship at a workplace for the purpose of clarification in relation to specific educational and vocational aspirations.
(2). Youth guidance be involved in the organisation of the courses referred to in paragraph 1, including in finding suitable internships, as well as to coordinate the introductory courses or bridging the gap for youth education.
(3). Building bridges in accordance with paragraph 1 shall normally be settled before 1 May 2004. March of the school year.
(4). Incidentally applies to sections 1-4.
Chapter 3 building bridges for young people who do not go to 9. or 10. class section 10. There can for young people who have completed 9. class and not go for 10. class, set up bridge building for vocational training in accordance with paragraph 2, 3 or 4, when the young people have a need for clarification in relation to choice of common entrance to vocational training. The bridge can last for a total of 6 weeks. If the young people's needs of special reasons for it, the young people can participate in building bridges to a common entrance, as the young have previously implemented bridging the gap to. The bridge should be completed at the latest by the end of the month in which the young fill 19 years. section 3, paragraph 3, and section 4 apply accordingly.

(2). Related to 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, bridge-building can be organised by Youth guidance or by school, in cooperation with Youth guidance.
(3). In connection with special sessions for young people under the age of 18 years pursuant to section 2 (a), paragraph 5, of the Act on guidance on training and professions and on duty for training, employment, etc. can guide Youth organise building bridges to two common entries for vocational education and training.
(4). As part of the instructions by the 18-year-old Youth guidance can offer young people building bridges to two common entries for vocational education and training.
Chapter 4 Coordination of the provision of induction courses and bridge-building section 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, dissemination and coordination, in accordance with article 3. paragraph 1 shall be extended to the geographical area in which the guidance units encompassing.
§ 12. Youth guide take the initiative for Youth Educational guidance and the schools and institutions that deliver or receive pupils in connection with introductory courses and building bridges in the geographical area in which the guidance unit include, meet 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, registration procedures, admission, 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 introductory and bridging course responds to an identified need, inform the Youth guidance Councillor thereof. If the local authority cannot provide the necessary consensus between the parties, it shall inform the local authority Ministry of education on this matter settled opinions of the concerned institutions providing secondary education. The Ministry of education shall decide whether an institution must increase its range of induction-and bridge-building offers.
Chapter 5 date of entry into force of section 13. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. August 2010.
(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 196 of 26. March 2008 on bridge building and induction courses for secondary schools.

The Ministry of education, the 7. July 2010 P.M.V.
E.B.
Steffen Jensen/Merete Friberg