Overview (table of contents)
Purpose and scope
Organisation and planning
Access to try
Errors and omissions by samples
Complaints about the tests
Appeals from decisions of an educational institution or ombedømmere
Date of entry into force and transitional provisions
The full text of the ordonnance on tests and exams in basic vocational education
Pursuant to section 4, paragraph 1, article 33, paragraph 2, and section 69 of the Act on vocational training, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 171 of 2. March 2011, § 1, paragraph 2, and section 38 of the law on institutions of vocational training, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 878 of 8. August 2011, section 2, paragraphs 9-12, and article 18, paragraph 2, of the Act on open education (vocational adult education), etc., see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 952 of 2. October 2009, as amended by Act No. 140 of 9. February 2010, and § 1 of lov nr. 247 of 6. April 2001 on the Organization of Danish tests and exams abroad shall be fixed: Chapter 1 Purpose and scope of section 1. The purpose of tests and exams, which are regulated in the Decree, is to document the extent to which the examinee meets the goals and requirements for the training and its elements.
(2). The notice regards tests and exams, as after the notice or the local curriculum for each training shall be demonstrated by test-or diploma.
(3). It follows from the notice to the individual education or the local teaching program, which tests and exams are included in the training, the extent to which test scores are weighted in their mutual relations, and what are the requirements for the issuance of the certificate of completion of training.
Chapter 2 Organisation and planning section 2. The samples have to be organised in order to demonstrate the degree of achievement of the objective in relation to essential goals and requirements.
(2). Tasks to a sample provided by the educational institution, unless otherwise specified in the notice for the individual training. Educational institutions, providing the same training, can make tasks that are common to the institutions.
§ 3. It is the responsibility of the educational institution to make the exam takers must familiar with the goals and requirements that are essential for the samples.
(2). The institution shall establish within this framework and in accordance with the notice publication for the individual training detailed in the local curriculum of the following: 1) planning: a) What tests and other assessments included in the training.
(b)) the number of specimens, including parts and extracts of prøvefag, and the weighting of the grades given in the individual samples, in accordance with article 3. section 1, paragraph 3.
c) Enrollment, setting and any cancellation is made for samples, including sickness, see. sections 4-8.
d) Sample forms, including whether the examinee can choose between several sample forms, see. § 10.
e) Fulfilment of the obligation of participation and delivery of tasks and projects, etc.., which is a prerequisite for participation in a trial.
2) An exam regulations on the holding of samples containing rules for and information about: (a) examination of the test basis), including the formal requirements to tasks, projects, synopses, etc. (the product), as the examinee to use for the examination must be undertaken as part of the test, which is a condition for admission to the examination.
(b) the evaluation of the test basis).
(c)) use of assistive devices, see. § 14.
(d)) the language used by the sample, see. § 17.
e) special test conditions, see. § 18.
f) use of own and others ' works, see. § 19.
g) irregularities within the meaning of. articles 19 and 34.
h) Complaints, see. Cape. 10. i) identification of examinees.
(3). The educational institution may derogate from what institution has itself laid down in the local learning plan, if it is justified by exceptional circumstances.
(4). When the product, see. (2). 2 (a) has been prepared by a group of examinees have a shared responsibility for fulfilment of the formal requirements. If the requirements are not fulfilled, the Commission may submit a question none of the sample, unless there are special circumstances justifying, to one or more of the Group's members to be offered a new sample tests.
(5). It is the responsibility of the institution to notify examinees and the other cast members by tests on sample rules and whether, in accordance with paragraph 2. The rules must be available on the institution's website.
Chapter 3 access to the sample section 4. Registering for a training element, term, etc. at the same time registration for its tests. The educational institution may, for each test set a time limit for when unsubscribing from the sample can take place. If a deadline for cancellation is not provided, cancellation may take place, until the test begins, see. § 15.
(2). In the absence of timely cancellation not, considered the test in terms of the number of test trials, without prejudice. § 5, paragraph 3, have been started. However, this does not apply where the examinee will be unable to attend due to illness or other unforeseeable reason, see. § 6.
(3). The institution can waive the time limit referred to in article 6. (1) when it is justified by exceptional circumstances.
§ 5. Successful tests may not be taken on. Included are several subsamples of a sample, subsamples, where there is no character cannot be passed if gained, when the overall test is passed, unless otherwise specified in the notice for the training or the local curriculum.
(2). Is a test not passed after the publication of the training or the local learning plan for training, the examinee remains enrolled in the sample, see. However, paragraphs 3 and 4.
(3). The examinee can participate in the same sample twice. The institution may authorize participation in 1 try once more, if it is justified by exceptional circumstances. By samples subject to § 11 shall take a decision after consulting the institution with the Technical Committee.
(4). New trial to be held as soon as possible and as far as possible, at the latest, when the test in question again held by the institution, possibly as a sick sample, see. section 6 (1).
(5). An examinee receipt of an offer of catch-up session pursuant to section 3, paragraph 4, article 34, paragraph 2, or section 40 (1). 2, are not considered to be the use of a try again, see. (3).
§ 6. An examinee who has been prevented from carrying out a test due to proven disease or other unforeseeable reason, must be given the opportunity to take the test as soon as possible. It is a sample which is placed in training last exam termin, examinees have the opportunity to submit a sample in the same exam termin or in immediate extension. For the exam as a journeyman's test or part of a journeyman's test organised test after consultation with the Technical Committee.
(2). There are several parts in a sample, where is given character for each part, the examinee only audition in the part or parts that have not been implemented, without prejudice to the rules on the training. This is true even where the individual characters are counted together into one character for the aggregate sample.
(3). Other special circumstances where an examinee practical are prevented from meeting to try, may, in accordance with the educational institution's specific assessment are processed in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2.
§ 7. The student shall submit a sample in a training element, when the student has followed the teaching of that item or have obtained credits therefor, unless otherwise provided by the Ordinance for the training or the local curriculum. The institution determines whether or not the student has met the condition.
§ 8. Persons who meet the competency objectives of a basic course, step or specialty, and which are not included in the relevant training, audition as an independent student according to the rules laid down to that effect for the individual training, including rules governing the compliance examination base and for payment. Registration must be done by an institution, which already holds sample in the concerned subjects and level.
Chapter 4 Sample Forms section 9. Test methods should take account of the overall training purposes, and sample forms must also ensure that there can be an individual assessment of the examinees. Students can try for themselves and other assessment is organised separately.
(2). The samples are arranged as individual samples, unless otherwise provided by the Ministry of children and education.
(3). When a written task response, which was drawn up by a group of examinees, not followed by an oral examination, each examinee delineate its part of their response in such a way as to permit an individual assessment.
§ 10. The institution shall determine the form of the individual sample, see. § 3, paragraph 2, when other not stated in the notice for the individual training.
(2). In determining the sample form includes the following elements: 1) Sample basis: a) Specimen (questions, task and similar), if the reply is the basis for the assessment.
b) Possible involvement of other material.
(c) the restriction of the use of) any assistive devices, see. § 14.
2) test sequence: a) the time frame.
(b) Any drawing lots, see.) (4).
c) any preparation, including duration and shape.
(d)) the way the implementation.
3) form: a) the responder lifetime notify in writing.
d) Combinations of (a) to (c).
(3). The sample can be electronically based, as far as the basis, pathway and answer or elements thereof.
(4). Tasks for samples with oral answer will be distributed by drawing lots among the examinees ', unless otherwise stated in the notice for the individual training. The number of drawing options must exceed the number of examinees/groups with at least 3. All drawing options to be presented at the start. Extracted options can not be pulled again. At the draw to the examiner as well as either the censor or the institution's head or a person designated by him to be present.
§ 11. Try at the exam may be wholly or partly represent or belong to a journeyman's test. In the notice of the individual training can it after the Technical Committee provision be provided that one or more samples in the final period in a school education can constitute a journeyman's test or be part of a journeyman's test.
(2). By the samples referred to in paragraph 1 shall apply: 1) the tasks of the educational institution shall be made after consultation with and, where appropriate, a proposal from the Technical Committee referred to in article 6. Nr. 3. A Technical Committee may set up a task Committee and entrust its power to this.
2) Assessment shall be carried out by the testees ' teacher, which is the examiner, and usually 2 censors (stage mestre) appointed by the Technical Committee. These censors must have the necessary insight into the training and the field of study, sample relates, and must not have employment at the educational institution or the student's internship place or be the student's employer. By practical tests, the censors be present throughout the test, unless otherwise stated in the rules on the training.
3) the Technical Committee shall assume all the costs associated with the participation of the censors, as the Technical Committee has appointed, as well as spending by the Professional Committee drawing up terms of any proposals.
4) achieved grades included in the educational institution's basis for the issue of (school) certificate in accordance with the rules of education.
(3). The Technical Committee may be for use by the censors (film masters) produce an examiner's Guide. The educational institution must have a copy of the examiner's manual for use by the examiner.
(4). The educational institution agreements with the Technical Committee, how the procedure, moreover, must be for the samples that make up a journeyman's test or is part of a journeyman's test.
Chapter 5 Test organisation § 12. With the oral and practical examinations reply is without prejudice to public. However, paragraphs 2 to 4, unless they are subject to an agreement under section 44 (3).
(2). Clinical samples with patient participation is public only with the patient's permission.
(3). The institution may derogate from the provisions of paragraph 1, if there are special circumstances, including where the interests of the examinee grounds. In addition, the institution can restrict access to the examination rooms of space reasons.
(4). By an individual test, where the examinee are examined on the basis of a group-made product, the other members of the group must not be present in the examination room before they themselves will be examined.
(5). The institution can make audio or video recordings of an oral examination, if the footage is included as part of the test cycle. However, the examinee can make audio recording of his own oral test.
(6). Only the examiner and examiner must be present during their deliberations at the practical and oral tests. The institution may, however, provide that future Examiners may attend an assessment.
§ 13. The institution shall ensure that the tests are carried out in conditions that are fit to rule out the possibility that the examinee communicates unintentionally.
(2). The institution must ensure that the examinee has adequate working conditions by the samples.
(3). The institution may hold the trial with oral reply as video conference between the examinee, examiner and examiner. The educational institution shall appoint or approve a supervisor, who should be with the examinee during the test. Examiner and examiner must examine and give the characters after the publication in General.
§ 14. During the tests is the use of assistive devices, including electronic, allowed, unless the notice to the individual education or the local learning plan for individual training is provided for restrictions on use.
§ 15. A trial has begun, when the distribution of the tasks are started when the preparatory material or task title is handed over to the examinee, or when the examinee has become familiar with the test question or similar.
(2). The test is executed within the in the notice for the individual education or the local curriculum required time frame. Preparation time is contained in a possible time for the extradition of task and material. In the examination time by a test with the oral reply contained time for assessment and character setting.
§ 16. An examinee who is late for a written test, can only participate in the sample, if the institution considers it possible that the person may have received any information about the task, and finds that the delay is reasonably justified. The probationary period may be extended only in exceptional cases.
(2). An examinee who is late for an oral examination, can get the offer to be examined at a later stage, if the institution finds that the delay is reasonably justified.
§ 17. In education, offered in Danish, conducting tests on Danish, see. However, paragraphs 2 and 3, unless it is part of the purpose of each must be tested to demonstrate skills in foreign languages. The samples can be sat in Swedish or Norwegian instead of Danish, except where the purpose of the test is to provide evidence of the testees ' skills in Danish.
(2). In education or single-subject courses offered in English or another foreign language, must undergo the tests in that language, unless it is part of the individual tested purpose to document the testees ' skills in a second language.
(3). The educational institution may, incidentally, where conditions make it possible, allow an examinee who wish to carry out a test in a foreign language, unless the purpose of the test is to provide evidence of the testees ' skills in Danish.
§ 18. The institution offers special test conditions for examinees with physical or mental disability, for examinees with similar difficulties, as well as for examinees with a mother tongue other than Danish, when the institution considers that this is necessary to equate these examinees with others in the test situation. It is a prerequisite that the offer is no change of the test level.
§ 19. An examinee who obtains it during a test or gives another examinee improper help to reply to a task or using unauthorized AIDS, of the institution is expelled from the sample.
(2). Occurs during or after a test presumption that an examinee has unduly obtained or provided help, has released someone else's work for his own or used their own previously rated work without reference, reported this to the institution. The presumption will be confirmed, and this action has been, or could have an impact on the assessment, will ban the institution the examinee from the sample. When writing assignments that are prepared by a group of examinees, without the individual's contributions cannot be ascertained, and exam paper included in assessment base by a subsequent oral examination, examinees have a shared responsibility for answering, and all examinees in the group can by verified presumption of improper use is expelled from the sample.
(3). Exhibit a examinee disruptive behavior, can the institution to expel the examinee from the sample. In less serious cases, the institution only a warning.
(4). The institution may in the cases referred to in paragraphs 1 to 3, under aggravating circumstances, decide that the examinee must be expelled from the institution in a shorter or longer period. In such cases, be given a written warning that repetition may result in permanent expulsion.
(5). An eviction under paragraph 1-3 imply that any character for the test in question lapses, and that the examinee has used a try again, see. § 5, paragraph 3, unless it by replies, as referred to in paragraph 2, the last sentence can be shown, that one or more of the examinees ' in the group cannot be imposed on an independent responsibility for violation of rules. In such cases, the institution may decide that the person or the person concerned has not used a sample time.
(6). An examinee must know the handing over of a written reply with his signature to confirm that the task is done without undue help, see. (1).
§ 20. The institution may hold the trial at a Danish representation or other places abroad, with the exception of samples pursuant to section 11, where it is justified by the fact that the examinee for practical or economic reasons, cannot participate in the institution's samples in Denmark, and when the examinee and test place is concerned consent. Organisation of Danish samples abroad shall take place in accordance with the Executive order rules in General.
(2). The institution may authorize a person abroad to take charge of the practical execution of the test.
(3). The sample may be held as a video conference. The institution appoints or approves a supervisor, who should be with the examinee during the test. By the examiner and examiner sample can reside elsewhere, but must examine and give the characters after the publication in General.
§ 21. The institution holds the Special costs associated with sample organisation abroad.
(2). By conducting tests on Danish representations abroad will find the notice of payment for service operations in foreign service application.
(3). The institution may extend the examinee or his/her parents or guardian fully or partially pay the specific expenditure which the institution has held in conjunction with the test organization. It is a condition that the examinee or his/her parents or guardian in advance in writing, have declared themselves willing to pay those costs on the basis of one of the institution informed estimates of the amount of the expected size.
(4). The institution can make sample holding of that amount must be paid in advance.
Chapter 6 Evaluators § 22. The institutions shall appoint examiners, see. However, section 11 (2). 2, and article 23, paragraph 1. Institutions are responsible for ensuring that the appointed censors meets the requirements of section 24 (1).
(2). An overview of the designated Examiners may, in accordance with the quality and Regulatory Agency's detailed provision included in a catalog from which the institution shall designate examiner examiners in agreement with the institution of the second examiner and examiner work distribute in accordance with the rules laid down in article 25.
(3). Examiner shall issue, at the request of the agency report on exam holding and exam results.
§ 23. Quality and Regulatory Agency may appoint special censors which replace the institution's designation of Examiners in accordance with § 22 (1).
(2). Agency shall notify the institutions not later than one month before the test in question is held, for which samples special examiners appointed.
(3). The special examiners shall deliver in accordance with the Agency's more detailed provision, a report on the examination process.
§ 24. An examiner must have 1) incoming and current knowledge of the item's prerequisites, objectives and methods of training, 2) specific competence in one or more academic areas, which form part of the training, and 3) current knowledge of education uses, including knowledge of the purchaser's situation and needs.
(2). In a tested Organization informs the institution of censor of the applicable rules for the training, including this notice, as well as supplying the censor with other material relevant to the censorernes company.
§ 25. The censors shall not be employed at the institution where they are to act as censors.
(2). By allocating the external examiners ' work must be ensured, unless exceptional circumstances prevail, that 1) involvement of censors from several educational institutions and censors from the relevant labour market (customer_id censors) by the organisation of censorship within a given education, 2) regularly involved new censors by allocating censor work, 3) not present individual mutual censorship within a period of 2 years and 4) not present individual repeated censorship within a period beyond one exam termin , one semester or one semester.
(3). Censorernes work covered by the Act on administrative procedures, including the rules on conflict of interest and confidentiality.
section 26. By a second examiner in sudden decay where it has not been possible to summon a censor, the institution shall designate a person to censor, which meets the requirements set out in sections 24 and 25.
§ 27. External examiners must 1) ensure that the tests are consistent with the objectives and other requirements, as laid down in the regulations or in accordance with regulations, 2) contribute to and ensure that the tests are carried out in accordance with the applicable rules, and 3) contribute to and ensure that examinees are given a uniform and fair treatment, and that their performance get a reliable appraisal that is in accordance with the rules of scoring and other rules for the training.
(2). Examiner can ask in-depth questions to the examinee.
(3). Examiner and examiner must make notes on rendering and character setting for personal use when preparing an opinion of a potential appeal. The notes to be stored for 1 year.
section 28. Notes censor that the circumstances referred to in section 27 (1) are not fulfilled, or get the examiner to suspect significant problems or deficiencies of the institution's performance of an education, the censor reporting thereof to the institution and at the same time send a copy of the notification to the quality and Regulatory Agency.
(2). The institution will forward the notification to the Agency with its comments.
section 29. Examiner at the individual test is the or the teachers who have taught the examinee.
(2). In the absence of special circumstances, including eksaminators decay due to illness, can appoint another institution to the examiner.
Chapter 7 section 30 Rating. The basis for the assessment is the testees ' individual performance, including individual parts of a group made to order product, unless otherwise specified by the Ministry of children and education.
(2). The evaluation is done according to the rules laid down in the notice on the grading scale and the other judgement.
section 31. By samples, where the rating is not communicated to the examinee immediately after the test, the institution shall determine a date on which the assessment will be announced. The date shall be communicated to the examinees ' at the same time with the announcement of the test organization, either by opening or otherwise.
Chapter 8 Evidence § 32. The institution issuing the certificate of completed training referred to in article 6. However, section 11, unless otherwise specified in the notice for the individual training, and for single-subject courses completed in accordance with the rules on open education.
(2). The certificate must, as a minimum, contain the following information: 1) The name and had been trained in cpr. Nr. or other unique identifier.
2) the issuing authority.
3) designation and Training home.
4) the individual programme elements.
5) The training elements that are carried out at the test in, stating the achieved ratings.
6) Closing the position where these are given. Final position character is medtællende in the overall exam grade point average when there is not held test in the subject.
7) They otherwise documented educational elements.
8) Merit-borne training elements and samples, where appropriate with an indication of the achieved ratings as Passed, Approved or a character in accordance with the notice karakterskala.
9) Exam language, if the test is carried out in a foreign language other than Norwegian and Swedish.
10) The designation, as the training gives the graduates the right to, in Danish and English.
11) Training location in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning, see. the rules for the individual courses.
12) Any tests carried out as part of an educational experiment.
(3). The graduates can also get his certificate, drawn up in English.
(4). As an annex to the certificate issuer institution at the request of the graduates a foreign language Certificate Supplement that in accordance with the indicative guidelines adopted by The European Union describes the training as well as provide information about the institution and its manner of means education and placement in the Danish educational system.
(5). The certificate must not contain information on specific test conditions, see. § 18.
(6). Total proof of training which is carried out by several institutions, issued by the institution where the student is enrolled.
(7). For students who leave without having completed the training, the institution shall issue, at the request of the student documentation for the successful parts of the training.
section 33. Characters and possibly exam averages for the individual examinee is reported to the Ministry of children and education after the Ministry's determination.
(2). The institution shall retain the information necessary to issue certificates in 30 years after the end of the test or exam, see. However, paragraph 4.
(3). An institution ceases to exist or for any other reason is unable to store the documents in accordance with paragraph 2, the institution must ensure other reassuring storage after the applicable rules.
(4). As regards the exams as journeymen sample and samples as part of a journeyman's test, see. section 11, it is the Technical Committee, which have storage obligation as set out in paragraphs 2 and 3, if the Committee in accordance with the rules of the education issue the evidence of education and training.
Chapter 9 errors and shortcomings in the samples section 34. Will be the institution in connection with a sample point out errors and deficiencies can be remedied, it shall take the institution, if applicable. After discussion with evaluators or task authors, a decision on how the repair must be done.
(2). By significant errors and deficiencies offers institution reassessment or catch-up session, see. However, paragraph 4. This offer is valid for all the examinees whose trial suffers from the same flaws. The institution decides whether reassessment and catch-up session must be done by the original assessors.
(3). By deficiencies of the particularly serious nature of the institution can decide whether to cancel the test and arrange for a catch-up session held already, see. However, paragraph 4.
(4). Are the tasks put forward by the institution according to the rules laid down in section 11, shall take a decision after consulting the institution with the Technical Committee.
section 35. Reassessment and catch-up session pursuant to section 34, paragraph 2, may not result in a lower rating. Catch-up session, due to the cancellation of the original sample, see. section 34, paragraph 3, may result in a lower rating.
(2). The institution may withhold evidence, see. § 32, until the matter is settled.
Chapter 10 complaints about samples § 36. Complaints about the characteristics of the samples submitted individually by the examinee to the institution. The complaint must be in writing and reasoned. If the examinee is subject to parental authority, the complaint also must be submitted by the custodial parent. If the examinee is not subject to parental authority, may make a complaint shall be filed in the testees ' behalf, provided that the examinee has given him or her power of attorney to do so.
(2). The complaint shall be submitted within 2 weeks after the assessment of the test is announced in the usual way. The institution may grant a derogation from the time limit, where exceptional circumstances justify it.
(3). For purposes of the appeal to the examinee on request with a copy of the task and by tests with written reply also copy of own task response.
section 37. The examinee can continue training during appeal proceedings, except where otherwise provided in this Ordinance or in accordance with the Ordinance.
section 38. The complaint may relate to 1) examination base, including sample questions, tasks and the like, as well as its relationship to the training objectives and requirements, 2) rehearsal or 3) rating.
(2). The educational institution shall submit without delay the complaint for evaluators, which has a period of usually 2 weeks to deliver an opinion. The institution may decide that the assessors will have a longer period of time. In calculating the deadline July not included. The evaluators will individually give their opinion on the trade issue in the complaint. The complainant shall be given the opportunity to comment on the statements, within a period of typically 1 week.
§ 39. The institution shall decide the complaint on the basis of the Examiners ' professional opinions and the complainant's comments on the statements, see. However, paragraph 2.
(2). Are the tasks by the test proposed by the educational institution according to the rules laid down in section 11, shall take a decision after consulting the institution with the Technical Committee. Complaints regarding the rating of the exam as a journeyman's test or as a part of a journeyman's test in accordance with the provisions of § 11 shall be determined by the institution in consultation with the Technical Committee.
§ 40. The decision, which must be in writing and reasoned, can go out on 1) offer of new rating (reassessment), oral tests, 2) bid for new trial (retaken) or 3) that the complainant not dismissed in the complaint.
(2). Only when the assessors agree on it, can the educational institution's decision go out on that the complainant not dismissed.
(3). The institution's decision shall be communicated to the complainant as soon as possible and no later than 2 months after the receipt of the complaint has been submitted to the institution. If the appeal is not treated within this time limit, the institution must inform the complainant as soon as possible, indicating the reasons for doing so and an indication of when the complaint is expected to be finalised. The educational institution shall immediately notify the complainant and the evaluators notice of decision. The decision goes out on offer for reassessment or retaken, the complainant shall be informed of that reassessment or catch-up session can result in a lower rating.
§ 41. It is only the examinee, who can accept the offer of reassessment or retaken. Acceptance of offer of reassessment or catch-up session must take place no later than 2 weeks after the quote message. Reassessment or catch-up session must take place as soon as possible.
§ 42. For reassessment and retaken appointed new Appraisers. The number of assessors must be the same as on the sample that has been lodged against this. Quality and Regulatory Agency has appointed external examiner at the original trial pursuant to section 23, shall appoint the institution of new assessors in accordance with the Agency's guidelines.
(2). By reassessment must be provided by presenting the documents in the case, including the reviewers task, the answer to the complaint, the original bedømmeres, opinions with complainant's comments as well as the institution's respectively the Danish Medicines Agency's decision.
(3). The examiners at ombedømmelsen shall decide on the nature of the setting and specify the reasons for doing so. The Examiners ' work is governed by the Act on administrative procedures, including the rules on conflict of interest and confidentiality.
(4). Nature determination by ombedømmelsen as well as the reasons for it shall be communicated to the institution by the evaluators. The institution provides the complainant with notice of the decision and the reasons therefor with the orientation of the appeals procedure.
(5). Retaken and reassessment may result in a lower rating.
Chapter 11 appeals from decisions of an educational institution or ombedømmere § 43. Complain about legal issues in the decisions taken by the examiners pursuant to section 42, paragraph 3, of the examinee shall be submitted to the institution within a period of 2 weeks from the day the decision is communicated to the complainant. If the examinee is not subject to parental authority, may make a complaint shall be filed in the testees ' behalf, provided that the examinee has given him or her power of attorney to do so.
(2). Complaints about legal issues in the decisions taken by the institution according to the rules laid down in the notice, may be made to the Quality of the pupil and supervisory agency. If the examinee is not subject to parental authority, may make a complaint shall be filed in the testees ' behalf, provided that the examinee has given him or her power of attorney to do so. The complaint shall be submitted to the institution, which shall deliver its opinion that the complainant shall be given the opportunity to comment within a period of typically 1 week. The institution shall forward the complaint, the opinion and the complainant's comments to the Agency. The closing date for the submission of the complaint to the institution is 2 weeks from the day the decision is communicated to the complainant.
(3). Decisions which are within the scope of paragraphs 1 and 2, shall be made in writing, and administrative law rules on consultation of interested parties, justifications and appeal instructions shall apply mutatis mutandis.
Chapter 12 Other rules § 44. The examinee has the copyright to the products obtained as a result of a trial, in accordance with the rules on copyright, see. However, paragraph 3.
(2). The examinee has also to ownership of these products against the payment of any costs of materials, which are used in the sample, see. However, paragraph 3. If the examinee does not do property rights applicable within two months, according to the result of the assessment is announced, passes ownership of the institution.
(3). Involve rehearsal parties outside the institution, agreed the prior between the institution, the examinee and the third party, the extent to which the respect of applicable copyright rules is entitled to apply the results obtained as part of the trial process, including any information relating to the third party's conditions that occur in the task solutions, may be published.
§ 45. Quality and Regulatory Agency may exempt from the Ordinance, when it is justified by exceptional circumstances, except in the cases referred to in section 4, paragraph 3, and section 36, paragraph 2.
(2). Agency may authorise the Executive order rules be waived as part of experimental and development work.
Chapter 13-entry into force and transitional provisions § 46. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. September 2012 and has effect for samples started the 1. September 2012 or later.
(2). Executive Order No. 1016 of 24. August 2010 for specimens and examination in vocational education are hereby repealed.
Quality and Regulatory Agency, the 16. August 2012 P.M.V. Per Hansen Director/Kirsten Krogstrup