Rules For The Implementation Of Vocational Training Programmes For The Minimum Cost Per Student

Original Language Title: Noteikumi par profesionālās izglītības programmu īstenošanas izmaksu minimumu uz vienu izglītojamo

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 655 in 2007 (2 October. No 55 11. §) rules for the implementation of vocational training programmes for the minimum cost per student Issued under the Education Act, article 14 paragraph 20 1. determines the classification of the Latvian education in vocational basic education, vocational education and vocational secondary education program (further-education programme) implementing minimum cost per student (year) (hereinafter referred to as the cost).
2. the cost of the education program: normējam costs 2.1-travel and travel expenses, pay for services, energy and water, as well as teaching aids, materials, inventory and equipment acquisition and modernisation of equipment;
2.2. normējam costs-scholarships and compensation of travel expenses, hotel service, maintenance costs, skilled practice of organizing costs, expenses for sport, kultūrizglītīb and as well as employee remuneration (wages and employer State social security payments) (annex 1).
3. the education program normējam costs are calculated by multiplying the curriculum group "management and administration" normējam costs (annex 2) with the corresponding factor (annex 3).
4. a program group "management and administration" program costs normējam per student is late year 298.80.
5. education programs do not normējam costs are the following: 5.1 the compensation of travel expenses per student – 32.00 Lats per year;
5.2. the maintenance costs of the hotel: 5.2.1 to one service learners living in the hotel-198.35 late in the year;
5.2.2. to one service on living in student with a disability who requires rehabilitation measures according to their functional impairments-348.35 lat year;
5.3 kultūrizglītīb and sport expenses per student – 16.00 lat year;
5.4. expenditure qualifying practice for organizing practice, one trainee internship organization – 5.00 ls/day.
6. employee wages in the implementation of the programme of education to one student is determined according to the legislation on teacher pay or pay system to be financed from the State budget officers.
7. Scholarships shall be fixed in accordance with the legislation on minimum amount of scholarship and the order in which the Fellowship receives a learner from the State budget. In addition to the prescribed for learner scholarships you can get mērķstipendij, if provided for by other legislation.
8. the Ministry, which is subordinated to the professional education institutions, the education program costs for the year for the State budget.
9. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of 12 October 2004, Regulation No 850 "rules for the implementation of vocational training programmes for the minimum cost per student" (Latvian journal, 2004, nr. 164).
10. the regulations shall enter into force by 1 January 2008.
Prime Minister a. Halloween, Minister of education and science b. Rivž Editorial Note: regulations shall enter into force by 1 January 2008.
 
1. the annex to Cabinet of Ministers of 2 October 2007 the Regulation No. 655 education program not normējam costs i. stipend and travel expenses refund 1. Scholarship and the refund of transport expenses per student (per year) = [(average scholarship amount per month according to the laws and regulations on scholarships) x 12] + [(3.20 lat-long distance and domestic transport costs compensation per month) x 10].
II. Service learners living in Hotel maintenance costs 2. Service cost per service on the synergies in living in Toyama (per year) = (estate duty) + (repair costs) + (maintenance costs): 2.1. real estate tax = [(real estate tax the average per square meter, according to the laws on real estate tax) x (10.0 square meters – one for learners living in dormitories in the area required): (3 – average number of floors of the building)] x 2;
2.2. the repair cost = [(2.60 dollars per square metre, one of the current repair costs) + (1.30 lats-one square metre of emergency repair costs)] + (to 2.60 lats-one square metre of overhaul cost) x (10.0 square meters – one for learners living in dormitories in the area required);
2.3. the maintenance costs = (0.23 lats-one square metre costs of maintenance per month) x (10.0 square meters – one for learners living in dormitories in the area required) x 12 months.
3. Energy, water and the inventory cost per service learners living in a hotel (per year) = (cost of electricity consumed) + (heating) + (water) + (sewage costs) + (equipment acquisition cost): 3.1. cost of electricity consumed = [(3.5 hours of average use time of day lighting for six months a year in the 20-day month) x 0.01 kWh x (10 kVA drātmetr, one of learner services on living in the area required) x (one kWh price according to the tariffs for the year)] + [(4-hour average life of electrical equipment a day 10 months 20 days per month in the year) x 0.2 kWh x (one kWh price according to the tariffs for the year)];
3.2. heating (the heating cost per square metre per month, in accordance with the tariffs for the year) x (10 square meters, one of learner services on living in the area required) x 7;
3.3. water supply cost = (12 m 3, including hot water 3 m3 water per service learners living in a hotel (year)) x (price of one cubic meter of water in accordance with the tariffs for the year);
3.4. the sewage cost = (12 m3-sewerage services per student living in a hotel (year)) x (one cubic meter for sewerage price according to the tariffs for the year);
3.5. acquisition cost of equipment – 15.00 LVL.
4. Rehabilitation, taking into account the different types of disability and learner of expression with disabilities according to their functional impairments, 150.00 dollars on average per year.
III. Employees ' wages

5. Teacher pay per student (per year) = 12 x [average teacher salary rate + 10% premium on the quality of work]: (average number of trainees per year per teacher rate): 5.1 number of trainees average year: V = S + 1/3U-1/12 [6B1 + (12-n) x B2]-0, 6A, where V-student number average year;
S-student number to the beginning of the budgetary year (January 1);
U-budget year measured by the number of student learning to September 1 (determined by the educational institution founder, subordinated to the Ministry of education is the authority or authorities in accordance with the law on the State budget for the current year);
B1-number of graduates in June;
B2 – the number of graduates in the other month;
n – training duration (number of months) in the budget year;
A-the student number less the budget year;
5.2. the average number of trainees per teacher rate: 9.2-5.2.1. training group is 25 to 30 learners;
5.2.2.6-art education programmes (except for the Ministry of culture the arts and music high school vocational secondary education programs), pedagogical correction programs and prisons, training group is 16 to 18 learners;
5.2.3.4 – learners with special needs, training group is 8 to 12 learners;
5.2.4. the 3.9-Ministry of culture art art high school vocational secondary education programmes, training in a group of 5 to 16 student;
5.2.5.1.8 – Ministry of culture music school music Pro fesionāl education programs, training group is 1 to 33 trainees (training in both individual and group, Orchestra).
6. other educators pay per student (per year) = (0.26 or Kp-General educator and teacher pay per student (year)) x (teacher salaries per student (year)).
7. Overall staff pay per student (per year) = (k – in the implementation of education programmes, the minimum factor (annex 3)) x (Kt, which is 0.3 (cities and district centers) or 0.4 (other settlements)) x [(teachers ' wages per year per student) + (even in teachers ' wages per year per student)].
8. the salary for one service learners living in a hotel (per year) = (teacher's average salary to one service on learners living in (year)) + (Service Manager Hotel salary to one service on learners living in (year)) + (service attendant, hotel salary to one service on learners living in (year)) + (dry webmaster salary to one service on learners living in (year)), taking into account that: 8.1 to 75 service hotel resident student one educator;
8.2. to 250 Hotel resident student services is one service manager of the hotel;
8.3. to one building has four service the hotel attendant;
8.4. to 200 service hotel resident student have the same laundry Manager.
9. the hotel staff salaries, in accordance with laws and regulations.
10. national employers ' compulsory social insurance contributions per student (per year) = (salary per year per student) x (the State social insurance compulsory contribution – national laws on social insurance contribution rates by State social insurance in the prescribed amount for the current year).
Minister of education and science Rivž B, annex 2 to the Cabinet's October 2, 2007.-Regulation No. 655 education group "management and administration" costs 1 normējam. Mission travel costs per student – $3.00 annually.
2. Service cost per student (per year) = (service cost) + (estate duty) + (repair costs) + (maintenance costs) + (administrative operating cost) + (payment for other services): 2.1 the communication costs (telephone charges) + (internet connection costs) + (and other services): 2.1.1. phone service costs = [(subscription fee for one month of your phone according to the tariffs for the year) x 12 + (call duration – 20 minutes per day) x (number of days of use of the year-240 days) x (one call minute price in accordance with the tariffs applicable year)]: (the number of learners per phone-20);
2.1.2. the internet connection costs per year per student-2.17 lats;
2.1.3. postal and other communication services-7.15 Lats;
2.2. the real estate tax = [(real estate tax the average per square meter, according to the laws on real estate tax) x (weight per square metre – 9.51 one area required for trainees): (3 – average number of floors of the building)] x 2;
2.3. the repair cost = [(2.60 dollars per square metre, one of the current repair costs) + (1.30 lats-one square metre of emergency repair costs) + (to 2.60 lats-one square metre costs of the overhaul)] x (weight per square metre – 9.51 one area required for trainees);
2.4. the maintenance costs = 12 x (0.23 lats-one square metre costs of maintenance per month) x (weight per square metre – 9.51 one area required for trainees);
2.5. the administrative operating cost = [(service cost) + (estate duty) + (repair costs) + (maintenance costs)] x (2% of the total cost amount of administrative work);
2.6. other services cost = [(service cost) + (estate duty) + (repair costs) + (maintenance costs)] x (2% of the total amount of costs for other services).
3. Energy, water, equipment, teaching aids, materials and stationery costs per student (per year) = (cost of electricity consumed) + (heating) + (water) + (sewage costs) + (equipment, teaching aids, materials, and office supply purchasing costs):

3.1. cost of electricity consumed = [(3.5 hours of average use time of day lighting for six months a year in the 20-day month) x 0.01 kWh x (square-9.51 one area required for trainees) x (one kWh price according to the tariffs for the year)] + [(4 hours-average computer use time of day 10 months 20 days per month in the year) x 0.1 kWh x (one kWh price according to the tariffs for the year)] + [(4-hour average life of electrical equipment a day 10 months 20 days per month in the year) x 0.2 kWh x (one kWh of price according to the tariffs for the year)];
3.2. heating (the heating cost per square metre per month, in accordance with the tariffs for the year) x (weight per square metre – 9.51 one area required for trainees) x 7 months;
3.3. water supply cost = (12 m3, including hot water, one of learner 3 m3 per year in the amount of water required) x (price of one cubic meter of water in accordance with the tariffs for the year);
3.4. the sewage cost = (12 m3 – sewerage per student per year) x (one cubic meter for sewerage costs in accordance with the tariffs for the year);
3.5. equipment, teaching aids, materials, books, journals and stationery costs – 31.20 lats.
4. acquisition and modernisation of equipment cost per student (per year) = (51.18 lats – equipment acquisition cost) + (or 20% of the Lati 10.24 equipment acquisition costs – the costs of upgrading equipment).
Minister of education and Science (B). the Rivž annex 3 Cabinet's October 2, 2007.-Regulation No. 655 education thematic areas, education groups and educational programs for cost minimum rates no PO box
The subject areas of education education group factor 1.
Art 1.1.

Plastic arts, Visual music and performing arts, audiovisual and media art, design 2.34 1.2.

Crafts, fine arts 1.45 2.
Information and communication science library, information, communication, and archive studies 1.00 3.
And administration of Commerce (Honours) from 3.1.

Management and administration of 1.00 3.2.

Wholesale and retail sales, marketing and advertising 1.00 3.3.

Finance, banking and insurance, accounting and tax 1.00 3.4.

Secretarial and Office work 1.00 4.
Datorik of computer science, computer use 1.28 5.
Engineering and technology 5.1.

Mechanics, and engineering mašīnzinīb 1.35 5.2.

Energy, electronics and automation 1.21 5.3.

Chemical engineering and biotechnology 1.73 6.
Production and processing 6.1.

Food production technologies and product manufacture 1.19 6.2.

Woodworking technology and product manufacture 1.43 6.3.

Textile production technologies and product manufacture 1.04 6.4.

Printing production technologies and product manufacture 1.28 6.5.

Leather processing technology and product manufacture 1.04 6.6.

Glass and ceramics production technologies and product manufacture 1.73 7.
Architecture and construction 7.1.

Architecture and town planning 1.49 7.2.

Construction and civil construction 1.27 8.
Agriculture, forestry and fisheries 8.1.

Agriculture, gardening 1.33 8.2.

Forestry 1.33 8.3.

Fisheries 1.22 9.
The veterinary veterinary 1.33 10.
Health care 10.1.

Medical treatment, nursing, dentistry 3.20 10.2.

Pharmacy 2.00 11.
Social welfare for children and youth development services, social services, social assistance 1.65 12.
Individual services 12.1.

Hotel and restaurant services, household services, audio, video and photo services, floristry services 1.19 12.2.

Tourist and recreational organization 1.00 12.3.

Beauty Services 2.00 13.
Transport services Transport Services 1.06 14.
Environmental protection environmental protection 1.12, Minister of education and science Rivž of B.