Ordinance On Standard Regulations For Institutions For Vocational Education

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om standardvedtægt for institutioner for erhvervsrettet uddannelse

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Annex 1



A-Standard regulations for institutions for vocational education





Annex 2



B-Standard regulations for institutions for vocational education



The full text of the Executive order on the standard Statute of institutions for vocational education

Under section 2, paragraph 4, and section 33 of the law on institutions of vocational training, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 878 of 8. August 2011, as amended by section 5 of law No. 271 of 27. March 2012 shall be determined as follows: Standard bylaws



§ 1. The institution's Management Board shall be regulated by a statute, which must be in accordance with this Decree, without prejudice. § 2 and § 3.

(2). It is the institution's Governing Board, which sets the staff regulations, without prejudice to article. However, section 8, paragraph 1.

§ 2. The staff regulations of an institution for vocational training, which is covered by article 4 (a), shall be in accordance with A standard Statute of institutions for vocational training, see. Annex 1 to this notice.

§ 3. The staff regulations of an institution for vocational training, which are not covered by article 4 (a), shall be in accordance with B-standard regulations for institutions for vocational training, see. Annex 2 to this order.

§ 4. In standard statutes in annexes 1 and 2 to this order: 1) mark the bracket [...], the institution itself must formulate the text. In the brackets, it is in italics indicated what text is to relate to.

2) Curly brackets {...}, that institution may waive the text in question, see. However, section 5.

§ 5. The contents of the A-standard regulations curly brackets in article 1, paragraph 2, and article 7, paragraph 3, should be included in the staff regulations of institutions which carry out tasks such as the adult education center.

(2). The contents of the curly brackets in the default art. 6, paragraph 2 2. and (3). paragraph are included only in the staff regulations of institutions, where it is provided in section 4 (2) of the staff regulations, no. 1, the appointment of members of the Board of directors co-opted, see. § 6.

(3). The contents of the default of the statutes curly brackets in section 12, paragraphs 2 and 3, and section 16, be included only in the staff regulations of institutions, where it is provided in section 12 (1) of the staff regulations, that there should be elected a Vice-Chairman.

§ 6. Co-opted means that the voting members of the Board of Directors, who are appointed to the incoming Board of Directors, in association and in accordance with the rules of the staff regulations shall designate the number of external members of the Board, which, according to staff regulations to be co-opted.

(2). By decision of the Board of directors co-opted must have a majority of external members.

§ 7. Where institutions for vocational education merged with other institutions, see. section 8 (1), (2). item, including with institutions for general secondary education and general adult education etc., used standard art. 3 and Chapter 8 with the necessary adaptations. Where an institution for vocational training, Cleave finds 1. paragraph apply mutatis mutandis.

§ 8. By the institution's creation and through the establishment or termination of an institution to undertake the task as the adult education centre for children and the Minister approves the institution's Statute, see. § 2 (4), 2. the Minister also approves the staff regulations articles by merger or demerger of the institution, without prejudice. Article 4, paragraph 2 2. PT.

(2). The name of the institution approved by the Minister for children and the meaning. section 2, paragraph 5.

§ 9. If the institution wishes to derogate from the maximum number of Board members, see. standard art. 4 (1) and (2), this can only be done after the approval of the Minister for children and education, without prejudice. § 5, paragraph 10.

Publication of regulations, etc.



§ 10. The institution's articles of Association shall be published on the institution's home page on the Internet together with the dates of adoption of the Management Board, the approval of the Minister for children and education, without prejudice. § 8, paragraph 1, and for the publication of the regulations on the website. The statute can enter into force at the earliest date on the home page, see. § 2, paragraph 6. The names of the members of the Management Board shall also be published on the website.

(2). This information must be easily accessible, without prejudice. § 33.

Entry into force of the



§ 11. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. August 2012.

(2). Existing institutions for vocational training shall before 1. January 2013 publish the approved regulations on the institution's home page on the Internet together with the dates of adoption of the Management Board, the approval of the Minister for children and education and publication on the website, without prejudice. section 6, paragraph 2, of law No. 271 of 27. March 2012. These institutions must at the first amendment to bring the staff regulations in accordance with this Ordinance.

(3). Executive Order No. 379 of 23. May 2008 about the standard Statute of institutions for vocational training shall be repealed.

Quality and Regulatory Agency, the 29. June 2012 P. M. v. Per Hansen Nanna Hvass Director/J



Annex 1 A-Standard regulations for institutions for vocational training, this standard regulations to be used by institutions for vocational training:



A) was previously the County, but is released for freehold as part of municipal reform on 1 January. January 2007 (the County Municipal social and health schools).



(B)) is the result of one or more mergers or divisions of independent educational institutions, who was previously the County Municipal (social and health schools, secondary schools or adult education centres).



(C)) Which were approved prior to the 1. January 2007 and decided to be an independent institution within the public administration.



Comments in italics and underlined, is for informational purposes and should not be included in the text of the staff regulations.



The Statute [

Institution's name

]



Chapter 1: Name, registered office and purpose section 1. [Institution's name. A name change must be approved by the Minister for children and, before the new name can be used] is an independent institution within the public administration with registered office in [the municipality's name, the region's name], and subject to the law on institutions for vocational training. The institution's VAT registration number is [Number]. The institution's name and any subsequent amendments thereto shall be approved by the children's and Education Minister.

{(2). The institution performing the task as adult learning centre to ensure the provision of general adult education, preparatory adult education and learning for dyslexic adults in the geographical area described in it at any time applicable letter from the Ministry of children and education thereon, which are attached to the regulations.}

§ 2. The institution is created [indicated key elements in the institution's history such as the creation, over time to be an independent institution within the public administration, any name changes, mergers, demergers, etc.].

§ 3. The purpose of the institution is in accordance with the law the provision of vocational education and training and other training and education. {[Who can here be given a general description of the training profile. Each common inputs, basic course and the like may not be specified in the regulations, but only the institution's educational profile, such as vocational training, labour market training, etc. within the primarily agricultural and agricultural area, the commercial area, social and health services and the technical area as well as upper secondary education (hf, hhx, htx and stx). For adult education centres can be further general adult education, preparatory adult education and training for adult Dyslexics are mentioned. ].}

(2). The institution may in association with the education, it is authorized to provide, without prejudice. (1) implement income-generating activities in accordance with budgetary rules and the rules of procedure, which is provided by the child and Education Minister.

(3). The institution may in relation to education, see. (1) develop and implement labour market policy rationale measures.

{Paragraph x 1. The purpose of the institution is also in accordance with the law to implement zoned teaching after agreement with a vocational Academy or a University College, which is combined with a business Academy.}

{Paragraph x 2. The institution's purpose is also to drive cost branch company (home school) subject to section 18, paragraph 1, of the law on institutions of vocational education and training.}

{Paragraph x 3. The institution's purpose is also for children and Education Minister's approval to operate the dorm activities in accordance with the rules of revenue generating activities, see. section 15 (a) of the law on institutions of vocational education and training.}

{Paragraph x 4. The purpose of the institution is also in accordance with written agreement to that effect accomplishing certain administrative tasks for other educational institutions, see. section 33 (a) of the law on institutions of vocational education and training.}

{Paragraph x 5. [Indicate other legal activities related to education such as school farming, horticultural, slaughterhouse or equivalent].}

Chapter 2: composition of the section 4. The institution is managed by a Board of Directors on [a specific number of 6-12] members with voting rights. In addition, the Board of Directors has 2 members, without the right to vote. Members with voting rights must be of age.

(2). The Management Board shall be composed as follows:

1) [a specific number of 4-10] external members:


[Specified who the designation of the person entitled to, and the number of members to be appointed by the individual designation of eligible. It follows from article 5, paragraph 4, to one or more local councils in the Association shall appoint 1 member to the Board of Directors – the concerned municipal councils must be specified. In addition, specify how many members there are, where appropriate, designated co-opted and the procedure for doing so. If there are co-opted, § 6, paragraph 2 2. and (3). paragraph, be included in the staff regulations].

2) 1 member with voting rights, and 1 non-voting member appointed by the Student Council among participants in education and training at the institution. Student Council takes the position to which the appointment by the Member who is aged 18 or over who has the right to vote.

3) 1 member with voting rights, and 1 non-voting member appointed by and among the employees of the institution. Employees take the position to which the appointment by the Member who has the right to vote.

(3). The Board of directors should have a balanced composition of men and women.

(4). Employees and participants in training at the institution may not in accordance with paragraph 2, nr. 1, shall be appointed as external members of the Board of Directors. {Similarly, employees in managerial positions or employees in the administration by other institutions for vocational training.}

(5). The institution's leader, see. section 15, which is the Board's Secretary, shall participate in meetings of the Governing Board, without the right to vote.

§ 5. The Board's members must collectively help to promote the institution's strategic work with their experience and knowledge in education and in the labour market needs for education.

(2). External members are appointed in their personal capacity and shall collectively have experience with educational development, quality assurance, management, organization and economy, including assessment of budgets and accounts, as well as the quality of education.

§ 6. The Board of Directors ' term of Office is 4 years continuously from the next 1. may after the elections to the municipal councils has been held.

(2). Genudpegning can take place {up to [a number] times}. {For members who are appointed by co-opting, however, genudpegning can only take place once. The new Board must have made the appointment of co-opted members appointed, no later than one month into his term of Office.}

(3). If a member no longer meets the conditions for being a member of the basic regulation. section 5, paragraphs 7 and 8 of the law on institutions for vocational training, Member withdraw from the Board immediately. The designation of eligible must as soon as possible, appoint a new Member for the remainder of the term.

(4). If an employee or a participant in training at the institution no longer fulfils the conditions for being appointed as a member of the Board, the membership will terminate immediately. The designation of eligible must as soon as possible, appoint a new Member for the remainder of the term.

Chapter 3: the Board of Directors ' duties and responsibilities § 7. The Board of Directors has the overall leadership of the institution.

(2). The Board shall determine, upon a proposal from the Director, the institution's objective and strategy for training and related activities in the short and in the long term, the annual programme of the institution's activities and approves the budget and accounts.

(3). The Board must work to ensure that the institution takes up teaching, advisory and other service activities, which enables that need {general adult education, cf. section 1, paragraph 2, and} vocational initial and further training of learners and businesses taken into account as far as possible. The Management Board shall, in accordance with the recommendation of the head of the institution's provision of decision skills training as well as on the implementation of other educational activities such as income generating activities and other activity within the purpose, see. § 3.

(4). The Management Board shall draw up the institution's Statute.

§ 8. The Board is against child-and the Minister responsible for the institution's operation, including for the management of the State grants.

(2). Board members shall not be liable personally for the institution's financial obligations. For the members of the Management Board apply Danish law general liability rules.

§ 9. The Management Board shall manage the institution's resources, so they turn into the greatest possible benefit for the institution's purpose. Within this purpose and under the conditions laid down by the law or by virtue of this, predisposes the Board freely for the purposes of the governmental grants and other income as a whole.

(2). The institution's funds placed with the exception of the required cash balance in accordance with the provisions of § 11, paragraphs 3 and 4, of the law on institutions for vocational training.

(3). All securities belonging to the institution must be noted in the institution's name.

§ 10. The Board hires and dismisses the institution's leader. The institution's other staff is appointed and dismissed by the Board upon the recommendation of the Manager, see. However, section 14, paragraph 3.

(2). The Board must follow the laid down by the Minister of finance or the agreed provisions on wages and conditions of employment, including pensions, for the staff employed by the institution.

§ 11. The Management Board shall appoint the institution's internal auditor and Auditor change in accordance with the requirements of section 26 (3), 2. section, and section 27 of the law on institutions for vocational training.

(2). The Management Board shall inform the Ministry of children and education and the Auditor General on the designated internal auditor and on change of internal auditor.

Chapter 4: the work of the Governing Board section 12. The Board of Directors shall elect from among the external members, see. section 4, paragraph 2, no. 1, its President {and Vice-President}.

(2). The Chairman {-and in his absence the Vice-President-} shall convene and chair the meetings of the Management Board. To be held at least 4 meetings a year. The meeting will also be held when at least 2 members of the Board of Directors makes claims.

(3). The Board is a quorum when at least half of the voting members are present. Decisions shall be taken by a simple majority vote, see. However, paragraph 4. In the event of a tie is Chairperson {-and in his absence the Vice-President-} vote crucial.

(4). For a resolution amending the staff regulations, whether buying, selling or mortgaging of real estate and on merging or splitting, as well as on the closing required that at least 2/3 of all voting members of the Board of Directors shall vote therefor.

(5). The decisions of the Management Board shall be recorded in the minutes, which shall be signed by all Board members. A member of the Board who do not agree with the Board's decision is entitled to have his or her opinion, led to record.

(6). The Board of Directors ' meeting materials, including agendas and minutes shall be made available to the public on the institution's website. Cases, documents or information that is subject to the provisions of the law on secrecy, however, must not be published. Individual cases and cases involving information relating to contractual negotiations with private or similar negotiations with public partners, may be exempted from publication if it due to merits or circumstances, moreover, are necessary.

§ 13. May be granted a separate remuneration for the members of the Executive Board of the Ministry of children and teaching rules laid down to that effect.

(2). Board members ' travel expenses and other expenses in connection with the duties shall be borne by the institution in accordance with the rules for the reimbursement of expenses incurred by missions in the State.

§ 14. The Management Board shall establish rules of procedure and instructions for its operation. Rules of procedure and instructions shall at least lay down:

1) guidelines for the Division of labour between, on the one hand, the Board of Directors and the other, the institution's head, including with indication of opportunities for delegation.

2) procedures for the position on the institution's administration, including accounting, internal control, information technology, organization and budgeting, as well as the institution's wage and personnel policies.

3) Procedure for the provision of information, which is necessary for performance of the functions of the Administrative Board as well as for the Board's discussions on the Board's competence profile.

4) Procedure for follow-up on plans, internal and external evaluations, reports on the institution's educational outcomes, budgets, reports on the institution's liquidity, activity development, financing conditions, cash flows, etc.

5) Procedure for and content of Audit Protocol, etc.

6) Procedure for review of interim accounts and the like in the course of the fiscal year, including assessment of the budget and deviations from here.

7) Procedure for obtaining the necessary basis for revision.

(2). If the Management Board shall establish an Executive Committee, a framework for its reduction, composition and functioning shall be determined in the rules of procedure. The Executive Committee cannot be attributed to decision-making powers in matters falling within the competence of the Board of Directors.

(3). The Board of Directors may authorize the head to in a defined extent, and under the Board's responsibility to exercise the powers conferred upon the Board, except in the case of specific trade obligations and the like for the Board.

Chapter 5: the institution's daily management § 15. The institution's leader has the day-to-day management of the institution and is responsible for the company in the face of the Board.

(2). The leader must be in accordance with guidelines laid down by the Board annually to the Board of directors give a written report about the institution's activities during the past year, proposals for the upcoming year's budget and planning of the institution's education programs and related activities.

Chapter 6: Tegningsret


§ 16. The institution shall be bound by the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the institution's leader in association {or by one of these in association with the Board's Vice-Chair}.

Chapter 7: accounting and auditing § 17. The institution's fiscal year is the financial year.

(2). The institution shall be audited by the National Audit Office under section 2, paragraph 1, of the law on the revision of the State's accounts, etc. for children and Minister for education and the Auditor General may, within the meaning of section 9 of the Act on the audit of State accounts, etc. Agreement, to audit tasks carried out in a defined cooperation between the auditor and the internal auditor referred to in section 11.

(3). At the end of the financial year the institution shall prepare, in accordance with the rules laid down by the Minister for children and an annual report. The institution's accounting shall follow the rules laid down by the Minister for education, and children's and an accounting instructions approved by the Board of Directors.

(4). The annual report shall be signed by all Board members and by the institution's Director. In connection with the submission of the annual report to Board members make a Declaration on their honour stating that they meet the conditions for being a member of the Board of Directors, see. section 5, paragraphs 7 and 8 of the law on institutions for vocational training.

Chapter 8: Assets and closing section 18. Withdrawn children and Education Minister's approval of the self-governing institution under section 2 of the law on institutions of vocational education, there must be a solution of the institution.

(2). Resolution on the closure of the institution in cases other than those specified in paragraph 1 may only be taken by a majority comprising at least two-thirds of all voting members of the Board of Directors, and shall be subject to the approval of the Minister for children and the meaning. § 2, paragraph 3, of the law on institutions for vocational training.

(3). By the institution's closing is carried out the liquidation of a winding-up Committee of 3 members appointed by the Board of Directors. The institution's Board of Directors works, until the liquidation Committee is set up.

Section 19 of the staff regulations must describe the circumstances surrounding the statement of the institution's assets, and what should be done with assets at closing. The wording will depend on the institution's conditions. There are 3 standard phrases below. The institution may not make any amendment of the objective, which has been left over net asset value, of a fixed amount per 31. December 1990, as well as gifts, bestowed on the 1. January 1991 or later, in the form of movable property, real estate and construction grants for real estate, used in the event of winding up of the institution (see section 19, paragraph 5, no. 2, in the standard formulation of the product 2, and section 19, paragraph 3, no. 1, in the standard formulation 3). For institutions which, at the time of transition to the law on institutions for vocational training has been approved in accordance with the law on arbejdsmarkedsuddannelses centres, are the dates 31 respectively. December 1993 and 1. January 1994.

1) Former County Municipal social and health care schools, who passed to freehold per 1. January 2007 and since has been concluded in the aggregations:



§ 19. Net assets, calculated at the time of winding-up, is the property of the State Treasury, without prejudice. section 3, paragraph 3, of the law on institutions for vocational training.

2) Institutions, concluded in a merger or demerger, which included a former County municipal institution, who passed to freehold per 1. January 2007 (social and health schools, upper secondary schools and adult education centres):



§ 19. Made a statement of net worth for [Institution name] as at 31 December 2003. December [year of assets and loss account], which amounted to a total of [amount. If the institution is the result of several mergers or divisions of the institutions for vocational training, which made assets inventories, indicate the name, date of the statement and the amount for each of the merged institutions, etc].

(2). By [specified whether amalgamation, merger, suspension etc.] on [date] between [Name of the institution for vocational training and on the former County municipal institution] is a compilation of institutions ' assets shares, see. section 3 (4) 1. paragraph, of the law on institutions of vocational training held at the institution.

(3). There shall be carried out on an ongoing basis a separate registration of gifts that must be given in the form of movable property, real estate and construction grants for real estate. By movable means fixtures, equipment, works of art and the like.

(4). If child-and the Minister of education shall transfer real estate, which have previously been used by [name of former County municipal institution, cf. paragraph 2], to the institution, without prejudice. § 12, 2. point of law No. 590 of 24. June 2005, included the value thereof in [name of former County municipal institution] 's fortune share, see. section 3 (4) 1. paragraph, of the law on institutions of vocational training held at the institution.

(5). Net assets, calculated at the time of the winding up, shall be applied so as to:

1) the part of net worth arising from [name of the former County municipal institution] basic regulation. (2) and (4), is the property of the State Treasury, without prejudice. section 3 (4), 2. paragraph, of the law on institutions for vocational training.

2) The net asset value, which is determined according to paragraph 1, as well as gifts in the form of movable property, real estate and construction subsidies to real estate, where the 1. January [Year after fortune and loss account, cf. paragraph 1] or later, used for [Here continued the relevant provision of the Statute, in force as of 1 august 2012].

3) the remainder of net worth will then be used for educational and training purposes after the Minister for children and education provision.

(6). The share of assets that are bestowed as gifts, are assessed at the current commercial value after deduction of value added as a result of publicly funded improvements in the form of modification, extension or similar. Special conditions have been tabled by gift giving, they must as far as possible, be respected.

3) Institutions that have not entered into a merger or demerger, which included a former County municipal institution, who passed to freehold per 1. January 2007 (social and health schools, upper secondary schools and adult education centres):



§ 19. Made a statement of net worth for [Institution name] as at 31 December 2003. December [year of assets and loss account], which amounted to a total of [amount. If the institution is the result of several mergers or divisions of the institutions for vocational training, which made assets inventories, indicate the name, date of the statement and the amount for each of the merged institutions, etc].

(2). There shall be carried out on an ongoing basis a separate registration of gifts that must be given in the form of movable property, real estate and construction grants for real estate. By movable means fixtures, equipment, works of art and the like.

(3). Net assets, calculated at the time of the winding up, shall be applied so as to:

1) The net asset value, which is determined according to paragraph 1, as well as gifts in the form of movable property, real estate and construction subsidies to real estate, where the 1. January [Year after fortune and loss account, cf. paragraph 1] or later, used for [Here continued the relevant provision of the Statute, in force as of 1 august 2012].

2) the remainder of net worth will then be used for educational and training purposes after the Minister for children and education provision.

(4). The share of assets that are bestowed as gifts, are assessed at the current commercial value after deduction of value added as a result of publicly funded improvements in the form of modification, extension or similar. Special conditions have been tabled by gift giving, they must as far as possible, be respected.

Chapter 9: entry into force, etc.

§ 20. [Here is the date of the entry into force of the staff regulations. The statute can enter into force at the earliest by the publication on the institution's website, see. paragraph 10 (1), (2). item date of publication must be recorded in the staff regulations of the institution's home page. ] {{The incumbent Board of Directors, however, continues until the end of the term, see rules in applicable regulations adopted at the Board meeting on [Date] and published on the institution's website on [date], where a new Board takes office in accordance with the present Statutes Chapter 2.} [If the applicable statute is approved by the Minister for children and before 1 august 2012, referenced in the preceding sentence to this approval date instead of the dates of adoption at the Board meeting and the publication of the regulations on the homepage.]}

{(2). [Any further transitional rules depending on each institution's conditions, including for example in the case of mergers].}

Thus adopted at Board meeting on [Date], in accordance with the applicable provisions of the staff rules concerning amendments to the articles.

[Signature of the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the Board's other members. Names, and whether he or she is the President/Vice-President of the Commission, to be presented in typescript. Vacant seats must appear.]

It is clear from paragraph 8, paragraph 1, when the staff regulations must be approved by child-and the Minister of education. The date of the Minister's approval to be published on the institution's website.

By mergers between two or more institutions, the new regulations have been adopted on the Board for each of the participating institutions. In such cases, the above about the adoption in the Management Board formulated as follows for each of the participating institutions:

The Board of the [Institution name] have at meeting on [date], in accordance with the applicable provisions of the staff rules on amendments adopted the above Statute, whereby the [Institution name] merged with [The other participating institutions ' names].


[Signature of the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the Board's other members. Names, and whether he or she is the President/Vice-President of the Commission, to be presented in typescript. Vacant seats must appear.]



Annex 2 B-Standard regulations for institutions for vocational training, this standard regulations to be used by institutions for vocational training, which were approved prior to the 1. January 2007, and not

:



(A)) is the result of one or more mergers or divisions of independent educational institutions, who was previously the County Municipal (social and health schools, secondary schools or adult education centres).



(B)) has decided to be an independent institution within the public administration.



Comments in italics and underlined, is for informational purposes and should not be included in the text of the staff regulations.



The Statute [

Institution's name

]



Chapter 1: Name, registered office and purpose section 1. [Institution's name. A name change must be approved by the Minister for children and, before the new name can be used] is an independent institution with its registered office in [the municipality's name, the region's name], and subject to the law on institutions for vocational training. The institution's VAT registration number is [Number]. The institution's name and any subsequent amendments thereto shall be approved by the children's and Education Minister.

(2). The provisions of Chapter 2 of the law on conflict of interest and management Chapter 8 on secrecy, etc., apply to the Board, the Manager and other employees of the institution.

§ 2. The institution is created [indicated key elements in the institution's history, such as creating, any name changes, mergers, demergers, etc.].

§ 3. The purpose of the institution is in accordance with the law the provision of vocational education and training and other training and education. {[Who can here be given a general description of the training profile. Each common inputs, basic course and the like may not be specified in the regulations, but only the institution's educational profile, such as vocational training, labour market training, etc. within the primarily agricultural and agricultural area, the commercial area, social and health services and the technical area as well as upper secondary education (hhx and htx). ].}

(2). The institution may in association with the education, it is authorized to provide, without prejudice. (1) implement income-generating activities in accordance with budgetary rules and the rules of procedure, which is provided by the child and Education Minister.

(3). The institution may in relation to education, see. (1) develop and implement labour market policy rationale measures.

{Paragraph x 1. The purpose of the institution is also in accordance with the law to implement zoned teaching after agreement with a vocational Academy or a University College, which is combined with a business Academy.}

{Paragraph x 2. The institution's purpose is also to drive cost branch company (home school) subject to section 18, paragraph 1, of the law on institutions of vocational education and training.}

{Paragraph x 3. The purpose of the institution is also in accordance with written agreement to that effect accomplishing certain administrative tasks for other educational institutions, see. section 33 (a) of the law on institutions of vocational education and training.}

{Paragraph x 4. [Indicate other legal activities related to education such as school farming, horticultural, slaughterhouse or equivalent].}

Chapter 2: composition of the section 4. The institution is managed by a Board of Directors on [a specific number of 6-12] members with voting rights. In addition, the Board has two members, without the right to vote. Members with voting rights must be of age.

(2). The Management Board shall be composed as follows:

1) [a specific number of 4-10] external members:

[Specified who the designation of the person entitled to, and the number of members to be appointed by the individual designation of eligible. It follows from article 5, paragraph 4, to one or more local councils in the Association shall appoint 1 member to the Board of Directors – the concerned municipal councils must be specified. In addition, specify how many members there are, where appropriate, designated co-opted and the procedure for doing so. If there are co-opted, § 6, paragraph 2 2. and (3). paragraph, be included in the staff regulations].

2) 1 member with voting rights, and 1 non-voting member appointed by the Student Council among participants in education and training at the institution. Student Council takes the position to which the appointment by the Member who is aged 18 or over who has the right to vote.

3) 1 member with voting rights, and 1 non-voting member appointed by and among the employees of the institution. Employees take the position to which the appointment by the Member who has the right to vote.

(3). The Board should, as far as possible, have a balanced composition of men and women.

(4). Employees and participants in training at the institution may not in accordance with paragraph 2, nr. 1, shall be appointed as external members of the Board of Directors. {Similarly, employees in managerial positions or employees in the administration by other institutions for vocational training.}

(5). The institution's leader, see. section 15, which is the Board's Secretary, shall participate in meetings of the Governing Board, without the right to vote.

§ 5. The Board's members must collectively help to promote the institution's strategic work with their experience and knowledge in education and in the labour market needs for education.

(2). External members are appointed in their personal capacity and shall collectively have experience with educational development, quality assurance, management, organization and economy, including assessment of budgets and accounts, as well as the quality of education.

§ 6. The Board of Directors ' term of Office is 4 years continuously from the next 1. may after the elections to the municipal councils has been held.

(2). Genudpegning can take place {up to [a number] times}. {For members who are appointed by co-opting, however, genudpegning can only take place once. The new Board must have made the appointment of co-opted members appointed, no later than one month into his term of Office.}

(3). If a member no longer meets the conditions for being a member of the basic regulation. section 5, paragraphs 7 and 8 of the law on institutions for vocational training, Member withdraw from the Board immediately. The designation of eligible must as soon as possible, appoint a new Member for the remainder of the term.

(4). If an employee or a participant in training at the institution no longer fulfils the conditions for being appointed as a member of the Board, the membership will terminate immediately. The designation of eligible must as soon as possible, appoint a new Member for the remainder of the term.

Chapter 3: the Board of Directors ' duties and responsibilities § 7. The Board of Directors has the overall leadership of the institution.

(2). The Board shall determine, upon a proposal from the Director, the institution's objective and strategy for training and related activities in the short and in the long term, the annual programme of the institution's activities and approves the budget and accounts.

(3). The Board must work to ensure that the institution takes up teaching, advisory and other service activities, allowing that the need for vocational initial and further training of learners and businesses taken into account as far as possible. The Management Board shall, in accordance with the recommendation of the head of the institution's provision of decision skills training as well as on the implementation of other educational activities such as income generating activities and other activity within the purpose, see. § 3.

(4). The Management Board shall draw up the institution's Statute.

§ 8. The Board is against child-and the Minister responsible for the institution's operation, including for the management of the State grants.

(2). Board members shall not be liable personally for the institution's financial obligations. For the members of the Management Board apply Danish law general liability rules.

§ 9. The Management Board shall manage the institution's resources, so they turn into the greatest possible benefit for the institution's purpose. Within this purpose and under the conditions laid down by the law or by virtue of this, predisposes the Board freely for the purposes of the governmental grants and other income as a whole.

(2). The institution's funds placed with the exception of the required cash balance in accordance with the provisions of § 11, paragraphs 3 and 4, of the law on institutions for vocational training.

(3). All securities belonging to the institution must be noted in the institution's name.

§ 10. The Board hires and dismisses the institution's leader. The institution's other staff is appointed and dismissed by the Board upon the recommendation of the Manager, see. However, section 14, paragraph 3.

(2). The Board must follow the laid down by the Minister of finance or the agreed provisions on wages and conditions of employment, including pensions, for the staff employed by the institution.

§ 11. The Management Board shall appoint the institution's internal auditor and Auditor change in accordance with the requirements of section 26 (3), 2. section, and section 27 of the law on institutions for vocational training.

(2). The Management Board shall inform the Ministry of children and education and the Auditor General on the designated internal auditor and on change of internal auditor.

Chapter 4: the work of the Governing Board section 12. The Board of Directors shall elect from among the external members, see. section 4, paragraph 2, no. 1, its President {and Vice-President}.

(2). The Chairman {-and in his absence the Vice-President-} shall convene and chair the meetings of the Management Board. To be held at least 4 meetings a year. The meeting will also be held when at least 2 members of the Board of Directors makes claims.


(3). The Board is a quorum when at least half of the voting members are present. Decisions shall be taken by a simple majority vote, see. However, paragraph 4. In the event of a tie is Chairperson {-and in his absence the Vice-President-} vote crucial.

(4). For a resolution amending the staff regulations, whether buying, selling or mortgaging of real estate and on merging or splitting, as well as on the closing required that at least 2/3 of all voting members of the Board of Directors shall vote therefor.

(5). The decisions of the Management Board shall be recorded in the minutes, which shall be signed by all Board members. A member of the Board who do not agree with the Board's decision is entitled to have his or her opinion, led to record.

{(6). The Board of Directors ' meeting materials, including agendas and minutes shall be made available to the public on the institution's website. Cases, documents or information that is subject to the provisions of the law on secrecy, however, must not be published. Individual cases and cases involving information relating to contractual negotiations with private or similar negotiations with public partners, may be exempted from publication if it due to the nature or the circumstances in fact are necessary.}

§ 13. May be granted a separate remuneration for the members of the Executive Board of the Ministry of children and teaching rules laid down to that effect.

(2). Board members ' travel expenses and other expenses in connection with the duties shall be borne by the institution in accordance with the rules for the reimbursement of expenses incurred by missions in the State.

§ 14. The Management Board shall establish rules of procedure and instructions for its operation. Rules of procedure and instructions shall at least lay down:

1) guidelines for the Division of labour between, on the one hand, the Board of Directors and the other, the institution's head, including with indication of opportunities for delegation.

2) procedures for the position on the institution's administration, including accounting, internal control, information technology, organization and budgeting, as well as the institution's wage and personnel policies.

3) Procedure for the provision of information, which is necessary for performance of the functions of the Administrative Board as well as for the Board's discussions on the Board's competence profile.

4) Procedure for follow-up on plans, internal and external evaluations, reports on the institution's educational outcomes, budgets, reports on the institution's liquidity, activity development, financing conditions, cash flows, etc.

5) Procedure for and content of Audit Protocol, etc.

6) Procedure for review of interim accounts and the like in the course of the fiscal year, including assessment of the budget and deviations from here.

7) Procedure for obtaining the necessary basis for revision.

(2). If the Management Board shall establish an Executive Committee, a framework for its reduction, composition and functioning shall be determined in the rules of procedure. The Executive Committee cannot be attributed to decision-making powers in matters falling within the competence of the Board of Directors.

(3). The Board of Directors may authorize the head to in a defined extent, and under the Board's responsibility to exercise the powers conferred upon the Board, except in the case of specific trade obligations and the like for the Board.

Chapter 5: the institution's daily management § 15. The institution's leader has the day-to-day management of the institution and is responsible for the company in the face of the Board.

(2). The leader must be in accordance with guidelines laid down by the Board annually to the Board of directors give a written report about the institution's activities during the past year, proposals for the upcoming year's budget and planning of the institution's education programs and related activities.

Chapter 6: Tegningsret § 16. The institution shall be bound by the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the institution's leader in association {or by one of these in association with the Board's Vice-Chair}.

Chapter 7: accounting and auditing § 17. The institution's fiscal year is the financial year.

(2). The institution shall be audited by the National Audit Office under section 2, paragraph 1, of the law on the revision of the State's accounts, etc. for children and Minister for education and the Auditor General may, within the meaning of section 9 of the Act on the audit of State accounts, etc. Agreement, to audit tasks carried out in a defined cooperation between the auditor and the internal auditor referred to in section 11.

(3). At the end of the financial year the institution shall prepare, in accordance with the rules laid down by the Minister for children and an annual report. The institution's accounting shall follow the rules laid down by the Minister for education, and children's and an accounting instructions approved by the Board of Directors.

(4). The annual report shall be signed by all Board members and by the institution's Director. In connection with the submission of the annual report to Board members make a Declaration on their honour stating that they meet the conditions for being a member of the Board of Directors, see. section 5, paragraphs 7 and 8 of the law on institutions for vocational training.

Chapter 8: Assets and closing section 18. Withdrawn children and Education Minister's approval of the self-governing institution under section 2 of the law on institutions of vocational education, there must be a solution of the institution.

(2). Resolution on the closure of the institution in cases other than those specified in paragraph 1 may only be taken by a majority comprising at least two-thirds of all voting members of the Board of Directors, and shall be subject to the approval of the Minister for children and the meaning. § 2, paragraph 3, of the law on institutions for vocational training.

(3). By the institution's closing is carried out the liquidation of a winding-up Committee of 3 members appointed by the Board of Directors. The institution's Board of Directors works, until the liquidation Committee is set up.

Section 19 of the staff regulations must describe the circumstances surrounding the statement of the institution's assets, and what should be done with assets at closing. The institution may not make any amendment of the objective, which has been left over net asset value, of a fixed amount per 31. December 1990, as well as gifts, bestowed on the 1. January 1991 or later, in the form of movable property, real estate and construction grants for real estate, used in the event of winding up of the institution (see § 19 (3), no. 1, below). For institutions which, at the time of transition to the law on institutions for vocational training has been approved in accordance with the law on arbejdsmarkedsuddannelses centres, are the dates 31 respectively. December 1993 and 1. January 1994.

§ 19. Made a statement of net worth for [Institution name] as at 31 December 2003. December [year of assets and loss account], which amounted to a total of [amount. If the institution is the result of several mergers or divisions of the institutions for vocational training, which made assets inventories, indicate the name, date of the statement and the amount for each of the merged institutions, etc].

(2). There shall be carried out on an ongoing basis a separate registration of gifts that must be given in the form of movable property, real estate and construction grants for real estate. By movable means fixtures, equipment, works of art and the like.

(3). Net assets, calculated at the time of the winding up, shall be applied so as to:

1) The net asset value, which is determined according to paragraph 1, as well as gifts in the form of movable property, real estate and construction subsidies to real estate, where the 1. January [Year after fortune and loss account, cf. paragraph 1] or later, used for [Here continued the relevant provision of the Statute, in force as of 1 august 2012. If the institution is the result of several mergers or divisions of the institutions for vocational training, see. paragraph 1 shall be adapted to the wording of section 19, paragraph 3, nr. 1 whether the reference to the relevant provision of the staff regulations in force on 1 January 2007. August 2012, taking this into account. ].

2) the remainder of net worth will then be used for educational and training purposes after the Minister for children and education provision.

(4). The share of assets that are bestowed as gifts, are assessed at the current commercial value after deduction of value added as a result of publicly funded improvements in the form of modification, extension or similar. Special conditions have been tabled by gift giving, they must as far as possible, be respected.

Chapter 9: entry into force, etc.

§ 20. [Here is the date of the entry into force of the staff regulations. The statute can enter into force at the earliest by the publication on the institution's website, see. paragraph 10 (1), (2). item date of publication must be recorded in the staff regulations of the institution's home page. ] {{The incumbent Board of Directors, however, continues until the end of the term, see rules in applicable regulations adopted at the Board meeting on [Date] and published on the institution's website on [date], where a new Board takes office in accordance with the present Statutes Chapter 2.} [If the applicable statute is approved by the Minister for children and before 1 august 2012, referenced in the preceding sentence to this approval date instead of the dates of adoption at the Board meeting and the publication of the regulations on the homepage.]}

{(2). [Any further transitional rules depending on each institution's conditions, including for example in the case of mergers].}

Thus adopted at Board meeting on [Date], in accordance with the applicable provisions of the staff rules concerning amendments to the articles.

[Signature of the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the Board's other members. Names, and whether he or she is the President/Vice-President of the Commission, to be presented in typescript. Vacant seats must appear.]


It is clear from paragraph 8, paragraph 1, when the staff regulations must be approved by child-and the Minister of education. The date of the Minister's approval to be published on the institution's website.

By mergers between two or more institutions, the new regulations have been adopted on the Board for each of the participating institutions. In such cases, the above about the adoption in the Management Board formulated as follows for each of the participating institutions:

The Board of the [Institution name] have at meeting on [date], in accordance with the applicable provisions of the staff rules on amendments adopted the above Statute, whereby the [Institution name] merged with [The other participating institutions ' names].

[Signature of the Chairman of the Board of Directors and the Board's other members. Names, and whether he or she is the President/Vice-President of the Commission, to be presented in typescript. Vacant seats must appear.]

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