Chapter 2 Organisation of the Organisation
Chapter 3 Access requirements, admission, entry, and time limits, evidence and leave and so on.
Chapter 4 Complaction and entry into force, etc.
Publication of special powers of competence at the higher education institutions of the Ministry of Culture
Purline 3, paragraph 3. 3 in Law No 77 of 27. January, 2010, on special skills expulates for graduates as well as section 15 (3). 1 in the law of higher artistic educational establishments at the Ministry of Culture, cf. Law Order no. 889 of 21. September 2000 and section 7 (4). 1 in Law 17 of 14. The following January 1998 on Denmark's Library school is hereby established :
§ 1. Denmark's Library School, Denmark Design School, Design School, Kolding, Arkitt School Arkitt School, and Arkeckschool Aarhus, can offer special skills expulsion courses for newly-educated people. The reneging aims to improve and disseminate the skills of the newly-trained authorities in relation to current job opportunities and limit the risk of graduating graduates from becoming educated.
Paragraph 2. In the case of special competencies, the full-time sequence, which is based on the subject matter of existing full-time training, shall be understood as a full-time course. The run may have a duration of up to six months corresponding to 30 ECTS points.
§ 2. The provision of training for the institutions in accordance with paragraph 1 (2) shall be the In addition to the rules laid down in this notice, 1 shall follow the rules for the individual part-time and full-time training of the institutions, with the deviations that are specified in the law on special skills expulsions for newly trained and current proclamations.
Organisation of the Organisation
§ 3. The institution shall organise the instruction within the framework of the rules referred to in section 2, cf. however, section 1 (1). 2.
§ 4. Completencies must be described in an expiration schedule indicating the objectives, content, number of curricula and preconditions for participation in the process.
Access requirements, admission, entry, and time limits, evidence and leave and so on.
§ 5. Access to a special competency procedure requires that the requirements of section 2 (2), 1, no. 1-3 and 5-8, cf. however, section 6 (4). 3, in the case of special skills expulates for newly trained and present notice, are fulfilled.
Paragraph 2. The specific nature of the powers conferment shall, as mentioned in the section 2 (2) of the law, 1, no. 2, commencing on the completion of an education as referred to in Article 2 (2) of the Act of Title 2. 1, no. 2, cf. No! 8 in this notice section 6, and usually one and no later than three months after the end of this date.
§ 6. Access to a special competency course may be based on the training courses provided by the executive order of vocational academies, professional schools, training schools, engineering schools and Denmark's Medie ; Journalism and training that are not excluded as a basis on the basis of announcements concerning special skills expulsions on the universities.
§ 7. The institutions shall decide on the admission of each applicant according to the rules laid down in this notice and in relevant training notices in the field of education and training in the field of education.
Paragraph 2. If the number of seats available on individual competencies is increasing, the number of seats available for each specific competency shall be assigned to the applicants who have first submitted an application for the institution. If the number of available seats is being increased, the number of seats available shall be assigned to the seats at the drawing board.
§ 8. The application for admission to a specific competency of competencies shall be submitted to the institution which provided the process and shall be submitted to the form annexes to it.
Enwriting and time limits
§ 9. The institution shall set deadlines for the application for entry and type the individual applicant in a special competency process.
Paragraph 2. The institution shall publish on its website the date of application, acceptance procedure, and the time of tender and refuse to take place in accordance with paragraph 1. 1 and any requirements for confirmation of the tender.
Paragraph 3. After the entry into the appropriate sequence, cf. Article 2 is the student subject to the rights and obligations arising from the rules applicable to students at the degree in question in question in the institution concerned.
Paragraph 4. The institution will bring an end to the inputs when the student has completed the process, or when the student reports to the end of the process.
Paragraph 5. The institution may bring an end to the depreciation when the student has been cut off from continuing the cycle as a result of :
1) the rules for the training concerned, including the fact that the student has not met the furniest or the samples ;
2) the person concerned shall be suspended from the institution.
§ 10. The institution may, after the expiry of the application, and after submission of the Ministry of Culture not to trigger the outcome of the tender, due to poor search or exceptional circumstances.
§ 11. A participant in a special competency procedure has the right to obtain a complete certificate for the completion of the completed procedure. If only parts of the process are completed, the participant shall only have the right to obtain proof of the completed part of the process. The certificate shall be issued by the training institution where the participant has completed the process.
Paragraph 2. The participant shall have the right to a description of the individual subjects, specialised courses or project-oriented courses to which the particular competency in question has passed and has been completed by the participant concerned.
§ 12. Students of special competencies in special competencies are not eligible for leave during execution of the process.
§ 13. The specific competencies of the institution shall be reported to the Education Guide ( www.ug.dk ).
Paragraph 2. The report pursuant to paragraph 1. 1 shall be regularly carried out to the Ministry of Education and contain information on the name, content, duration and acceptance of the service.
Paragraph 3. Reports from paragraph 1. 2 normally carried out electronically.
Complaction and entry into force, etc.
§ 14. The legal issues of the decisions of the institutions on candidates and students may be brought to the Ministry of the Ministry of Culture. The deadline for the submission of complaints is two weeks from the day on which the decision has been announced.
Paragraph 2. The appeal shall be submitted to the institution which shall deliver its opinion. The complainant shall have the opportunity to comment on the opinion of the institution within a period of one week. The institution shall send the complaint to the Ministry of Culture attached to the statement and comments made by the complainant.
§ 15. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. February 2010, and has been valid for and with the 31. January, 2011, cf. however, paragraph 1 4.
Paragraph 2. The announcement shall apply to newly-educated people who end in section 2 (2). 1, no. 2, in the case of special skills expulsions for newly trained training, training shall be subject to the 1. January, 2010.
Paragraph 3. People who have completed their training during the period from 1. January to 1. February 2010 may be accepted at a specific competency process, cf. Clause 1, whether or not they meet the conditions laid down in section 2 (2). 1, no. 2-4 in the case of special skills expulates for newly-educated people. Application for the entry of the persons referred to in 1. pkton, however, shall have to be submitted by 1. March, 2010.
Paragraph 4. People who have started a special competency process have the right to complete this procedure following the rules of the notice, even though the process will not be completed until after the term of validity of the notice.
Cultural Ministry, the 28th. January 2010
/ Mette-Astrid Jessen