Reimbursement Of Thesis Cost Training Schools

Original Language Title: Regeling tegemoetkoming kosten opleidingsscholen

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Arrangement of the State Secretary for education, culture and science of april 27, 2009, no. DL/B/119493, containing a contribution towards the costs for a limited number of training schools (reimbursement of thesis cost training schools) the State Secretary for education, culture and science, having regard to articles 2 and 4 of the law other OCW-subsidies;
Decision: Chapter 1. Preliminary provisions [expired per 01-01-2023] article 1. Definitions [expired per 01-01-2023] In this arrangement, the following definitions shall apply: a. Minister: Minister of education, culture and science, b. school: from the State funded school as referred to in article 1 of the Law on primary education, article 1 of the law on secondary education, or an institution as indicated in article 1.1.1, part b of the law education and vocational education , c.
Po: primary education, as referred to in the law on primary education and the law on centres of excellence, d. vo: secondary education, as referred to in the law on secondary education;
e. ESO: vocational education and adult education, as referred to in the law education and vocational education, f. higher education: higher vocational education and science education, as referred to in the law on the higher education and Research Act (WHW), g.
teacher education: on the basis of the WHW funded study to teacher po, teacher vo/bve, or teaching, h. training school: partnership between one or more schools for po, vo or bve and one or more teacher training courses for future teachers, who jointly offer a large portion of their time in the workplace training, i. academic training school: training school that educating teachers connects to it within the framework of that training (to a large extent by the teacher in training) of practice-oriented research and promote school development and innovation and which, in addition, on March 1, 2009 participant is to the ' bridging years educating in the 2008 – 2009 school subsidy scheme ' Depth ' as a follow-up to the pilot for the training school and the academic school 2005 – 2008 ', j.
student: the one who follows higher education, other than extra nose, whose training meets the requirements of article 2, paragraph 2, k. NVAO: Dutch-Flemish accreditation organisation, the higher education accreditation body referred to in Article 5a. 2 of the WHW, l.
school year: period starting on 1 August and ends on 31 July of any calendar year subsequent, m. student desk: student desk within the meaning of article 7, paragraph 1, of the WHW, n. prospective training school: training school as referred to in Article 2a.

Article 2. To subsidize activities [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 the Minister may grant per school year providing for a contribution towards the costs of a training school or prospective training school for the guidance of the students who cost their training for a large part on the workplace. Allows schools a training infrastructure in the school setting up and maintaining and costs involved with the actual guidance of the students.
2 In addition to the first member, with students who their training for a large part on the workplace follow, meant: a. students from a teacher training in higher vocational education (bachelor's or master's degree), which may not be less than 40% of the curriculum in practice follow a one-year program, b. students of a college teacher training on the basis of article 5.2 (a), part b, of the law student grants 2000 (kopopleiding) that is at least 50% (= 30 credits) of the curriculum in practice follow , c. students of a university teacher education (master's programme) of 60 credits, which make up 20% of the curriculum in practice follow, d. students of a university teacher education (master's programme) of 120 study points that preparing for the responsibility for teaching in the preliminary higher education, which may not be less than 25% (= 30 credits) of the curriculum in practice of a University Bachelor's degree programme students follow, e. that follow a minor which is aimed at achieving a jurisdiction for the theoretical programme in the pre-vocational secondary education and the first three grades havo and vwo which, in addition, a minimum of 15 study points of the curriculum in practice follow, f. students who on the basis of an eligibility statement as a teacher have been appointed or appointed (side-flowing in), or g. students who have been appointed or employed as a teacher and at the same time, a teachers ' training course with the aim to increase or other jurisdiction.

Article 2a. Prospective training school [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 a prospective training school is a training school that has not previously received funding under this scheme.
2 when applying for a prospective training school the applicant shall submit a cooperation agreement and a development plan. 3 by way of derogation from article 13, first paragraph, the grant for a prospective training school is not denied on grounds of parts a and b of that Member.
4 a prospective training school is a training school in the po, vo or mbo if at least 75% of the training places within the training school on schools in the education sector.

Article 3. Grant recipient [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 Subsidy shall be granted only to a legal person with full legal capacity and whose statutory goal fits within the purpose of the subsidies.
2 From the training school or prospective training school will one partner act as secretariat of the training school or prospective training school.
3 the grant recipient is the Secretariat, referred to in paragraph 2.

Article 4. Subsidy ceiling [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 for grants to training schools, other than aspiring training schools, under this scheme is available an amount of € 19,500,000 per year.
2 In addition to the first member in the period 2016-2019 at a cost of € 4,200,000 per year available for grants to prospective training schools in the vo. 3 In addition to the first and second member in the period 2016-2019 at a cost of € 3,750,000 per year available for grants to prospective training schools which have received grant on the basis of article 3 of the regulation strengthening cooperation teacher training and schools 2013 – 2016.

Article 5. Grant amount [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 the amount of the grant per beneficiary is determined on the basis of the number of students at the training school in the school year elapsed, as set out in annex 2.
2 the subsidy is granted as compensation for the expenses that are connected with the activities defined in article 2. They can also be used for other funded activities of the applicant.
3 Notwithstanding the first paragraph, the subsidy amounts to a prospective training school in the vo the first two school years € 300,000 per school year.
4 In derogation from the first and third paragraphs, the subsidy amounts to a prospective training school that grant has received pursuant to article 3 of the regulation strengthening cooperation teacher training and schools 2013 – 2016 in the first two school years € 250,000 per school year.
Chapter 2. Grant application [expired per 01-01-2023] article 6. Grant application [expired per 01-01-2023] grant is at the request of the Secretariat, referred to in article 3, second paragraph, granted.

Article 7. Grant application requirements [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 the application for grant for a prospective training school is submitted with the form application form compensation cost prospective training schools that is available on the website of the Dienst Uitvoering Onderwijs.
2 The request referred to in article 11, paragraph 4, shall be submitted using the form of contents number of students for compensation costs by the Dienst Uitvoering Onderwijs training schools to the training schools.

Article 7a. Cooperation agreement and development plan prospective training schools [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 the cooperation agreement referred to in Article 2a, paragraph 2, contains the agreements between the participating parties in the candidate training school and contains at least: a. a description of the joint vision of educating students;
b. the use of resources that both parties hereby insertion; and c. the partner who will act as Secretary, referred to in article 3, paragraph 2.
2 The development plan referred to in Article 2a, paragraph 2, has been prepared in accordance with the criteria set out in annex 3 to this arrangement and contains a description of the extent to which the prospective training school already complies with the framework set out in part 1 of annex 1 to this arrangement and which activities are performed to one year before the end of the eligibility period fully to these frameworks.

Article 8. Term submission request [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 the application for a prospective training school is submitted before 1 september 2016.
2 The request referred to in article 11, paragraph 5, shall be submitted before 1 October preceding the year in which the period referred to in article 11 expires.
Chapter 3. Grants [expired per 01-01-2023] article 9. Distribution grant ceiling is exceeded [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 the Minister provides for a simultaneous decision on grant applications.

2 the Minister distributes the amount available for training schools referred to in article 4, paragraph 1 of the grant ceiling is exceeded proportional about the grant recipients such that each grant recipient receives an equal percentage of the amount on the basis of the table in annex 2 to him would be granted.
3 grants for aspiring training schools is made on the basis of an assessment of the appropriateness of the activities for which grant is requested to contribute to the objective of the grant. The Minister has attached the included assessment criteria in annex 4 to this regulation.
4 the extent to which a prospective training school contributes to a balanced geographical coverage about Netherlands is part of the suitability.
5 where the provision of the grant for aspiring training schools to multiple applicants for activities of equal suitability would exceed the ceiling referred to in article 4, paragraph 2, divides the Minister the amount available on the basis of order of receipt of applications except that when the applicant under article 4:5 of the General Administrative Law Act has had the opportunity to complete the request , the day on which the application is completed, related to the distribution, as date of receipt applies.

Article 10. Advice prior to granting [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 the Minister decides on the funding partly on the basis of the opinion of the NVAO.
2 the NVAO shall deliver its opinion on the quality of the training school through an assessment of the partnership.
3 the NVAO brings the opinion on the basis of the review framework in annex 1.
4 the NVAO brings by way of derogation from paragraph 2 no opinion when applying for candidate training schools and the Minister decided in derogation from the first paragraph, not on the basis of such advice.

Article 11. Epoch grants [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 Subsidy is granted for a period which lasts per school year up to and including the school year in which the accreditation term of teacher education or teacher training ends.
2 If several teacher training courses participate in a training school, the subsidy granted to the end of the school year in which the beneficiary designated by the accreditation term of the teacher training ends.
3 Notwithstanding the first paragraph, the grant for aspiring training schools granted for a period of four school years.
4 In derogation from the first and third paragraphs, the grant for aspiring training schools which have received grant on the basis of article 3 of the regulation strengthening cooperation teacher training and schools 2013 – 2016 granted for a period of three school years.
5 after the end of the period referred to in the first paragraph, by the grant recipient a new application can be submitted.

Article 12. Financial condition [expired per 01-01-2023] In case of not fulfilling the condition referred to in article 4:34, paragraph 1, of the General Administrative Law Act, having regard to the provisions of article 4 granted grant amounts will be reduced to the amount of the subsidy that after the adoption or approval of the budget available, in proportion to the number of applicants to whom grant is granted and the amount of the granted subsidy amounts.

Article 13. Grounds for refusal [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 without prejudice to article 4:35 of the General Administrative Law Act grants can be refused or terminated if: a. the training school do not or no longer meet the required basic quality meets the hand of judgment by the NVAO, b. the number of students training in a training school the school years 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 lower than 40 per school year or starting from the school year 2011 – 2012 is less than 80 , c. do not or no longer all participating schools for po, vo and bve, or departments within it, in the training school shall be subject to the supervision of the inspection of the base education, d. do not or no longer all participating teacher training courses in the training school are accredited by the NVAO, e. the grant ceiling is exceeded, f. not compliance with the obligation referred to in article 14 , second paragraph.
2 the Minister may differ for certain cases of paragraph 1 in so far as this application, given the importance that this scheme is designed to protect, will lead to unfairness of considering nature.
Chapter 4. Beneficiary obligations [expired per 01-01-2023] article 14. Information duty [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 the grant recipient is involved in investigations by or on behalf of the Minister the Minister of intelligence for the development of the policy to be pursued by or on behalf of the Minister.
2 on 1 October each year at the latest, the grant recipient provides the information about the passed school year required for the granting of the subsidy for the current school year. To these data include a justification of the number of students referred to in article 2, paragraph 2.
3 the grant recipient indicates officials appointed by or on behalf of the minster on request access to in article 17 of the law administration and referred to other EDUCATION grants shall provide all information reasonably necessary to a proper understanding of the use of the grant.
4 the grant recipient does in writing as soon as possible communication to the Minister for conditions which may be of interest to a decision to amend, repeal or adoption of the grant. The relevant documents are submitted.

Article 15. Administrative rules [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 the grant recipient is responsible for an insightful and accountable administration in relation to the number of trained students in a school year.
2 the Administration is designed in such a way that this sufficient guarantees for correct and appropriate reports.
3 the administration offers plenty of opportunities for a good audit on the accuracy of the information referred to in the first paragraph.

Article 16. Accountability and control [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 The accountability of the grant shall be made in annual reporting annual reporting Scheme, provided for in the education. The statement of the auditor to the financial statements shall also include an assessment of the legitimate use of the grant and the legality of the data referred to in article 14, paragraph 2.
(2) if the grant recipient is a regular funded institution on the basis of the WHW is concerned, the responsibility of the subsidy in the annual reporting also place in the FSR-annex to the annual report referred to in article 3, section g, of the scheme annual reporting education.
Chapter 5. Grant adoption [expired per 01-01-2023] article 17. Retirement grant adoption [expired per 01-01-2023] the subsidy shall be fixed within 3 months of receiving the recognition, referred to in article 16.
Chapter 6. Payment [expired per 01-01-2023] article 18. Payment in portions [expired per 01-01-2023] 1 the annual grant amount is per school year in two portions to subsidy recipient paid. The first part is paid in november, the next section in February.
2 by way of derogation from the first paragraph, the amount of subsidy for aspiring training schools for the first two school years paid annually in december.
Chapter 7. Final provisions [expired per 01-01-2023] article 19. Effect measurement [expired per 01-01-2023] research will be done to the achieved effect or the result achieved by this grant.

Article 20. Due date [expired per 01-01-2023] this arrangement shall cease to be in force as of January 1, 2023, on the understanding that this arrangement, as it was on 31 december 2022, continues to apply to grants that were issued before that date.

Article 21. Quote title [expired per 01-01-2023] this scheme is cited as: reimbursement of thesis cost training schools.
This scheme will with explanatory notes and attachments in the Government Gazette.
The State Secretary for education, culture and science, J.M. van Bijsterveldt-Vliegenthart annex 1. , part of article 10 of the reimbursement of thesis cost training schools: NVAO review frameworks training school and academic Cup 2013 [expired per 01-01-2023] 1. Framework assessment training school [expired per 01-01-2023] the assessment of the quality of the training school is carried out on the basis of the cooperation agreement and the explicitation of the way in which the partners in the shaping training school to the program, personnel policy, the facilities and the quality care, as well as everyone's responsibility at that.
The Guide for the NVAO to assess the quality of the training school, the existing accreditation Training assessment framework ' Limited '. If necessary, the criteria are filed under the standards of the ' review ' extensive training.
For the assessment of the training school is the default quality care added to the accreditation framework ' limited Training assessment '.
Standard 1: intended end qualifications The intended final qualifications of training are concretized as regards content, level and orientation and meet international requirements.
Notes on standard 1

The intended final qualifications fit in terms of level and orientation (bachelor or master; hbo or Wed) within the Dutch qualifications framework. In addition to the current requirements that they close in an international perspective from the profession and the discipline are placed on the content of the training.
Criteria for the training school the training school has an explicit vision of educating in the school concretized in a training plan.
The training school will ensure that students have the opportunity to explain the connection between theory and practice. Training in the school has sufficient depth by connections with the theory. Training in teacher training is in line with the practice in the school and is concretized in a training plan.
The training school will ensure that students have the opportunity to gain experience in a variety of educational situations.
Standard 2: Teaching environment the program, staff and facilities that make it possible for the incoming students to realize the intended final qualifications.
Notes on standard 2 the content and design of the program allowed the students to achieve the intended final qualifications. The quality of the staff and of the educational specific facilities is essential. Program, staff and facilities form a coherent educational learning environment for students.
Criteria for the training school program the program has been worked out by the training school that allows students to achieve the final qualifications.
The training school has a coherent programme within which the portion of the curriculum in the school is acquired and the portion of the curriculum in teacher education is acquired an integrated whole. The individual projects are embedded in this program.
The reconciliation between the qualifications of the students and to follow the program is transparent. Exemptions granted should be responsible in terms of content. The role of EVC is hereby described.
The schools and teacher training in function of the course in the training school a didactical concept with which all partners agree.
The training school staff put an adequate number of staff, in order to train students, to guide and assess. To the General data of the training school indicates the percentage of master-and hbo-skilled teachers.
The staff that is used for the training school is knowledgeable in educating, guiding and evaluating students.
The training school has a vision on professionalization written out and systematically ensures the quality of all staff involved in the training school.
Student support The training school ensures that the guidance from the school and from the teacher training on each other is tuned, transparent to students and other stakeholders and in line with the specific needs of the students in this project.
Standard 3: Review the training has an adequate system of review.
Notes on standard 3 The keys and the assessment are valid, reliable and transparent for students.
Criteria for the training school The training school has clear agreements about the role, the tasks and the responsibilities of each of the partners in assessment and review. Every student has an absolute clarity about what that appointments in the practice of the training.
The examination Board of the respective institutes explicitly has a role in the assessment and review.
Standard 4: quality care (additional for the training school) The training school is periodically evaluated, partly on the basis of verifiable targets. The results of this evaluation are the basis of demonstrable improvement measures that contribute to the realization of the targets. At the internal quality assurance are employees, students, alumni and the declining areas of the training involved.
Criteria for the training school The training school operates a quality management plan that ensures that the targets of the training and be evaluated at regular intervals.
The training school provides arguably follow-up to the results of the regular evaluations.
The staff and students of the training school as well as the professions field are actively involved in the internal quality assurance of the training school.

2. framework for the academic head [expired per 01-01-2023] guided the NVAO to assess the quality of the academic head, the existing accreditation framework (Limited Training assessment). The criteria of the evaluation by DUO in 2011 are included in this framework. If necessary, the criteria are filed under the standards of the extensive training assessment.
For the assessment of the academic head are the standards quality assurance and knowledge sharing added to the framework.
Standard 1: intended end qualifications The intended final qualifications of training are concretized as regards content, level and orientation and meet international requirements.
Notes to fit The intended final qualifications with regard to standard 1 level and orientation (bachelor or master; hbo or Wed) within the Dutch qualifications framework. In addition to the current requirements that they close in an international perspective from the profession and the discipline are placed on the content of the training.
Criteria for the academic head The training school with academic head features a shared vision, carried by all partners on the concept of ' academic training school '.
The training school with academic head directs the training of teachers to carry out practice-oriented research and school development.
Standard 2: Teaching environment the program, staff and facilities that make it possible for the incoming students to realize the intended final qualifications.
Notes on standard 2 the content and design of the program allowed the students to achieve the intended final qualifications. The quality of the staff and of the educational specific facilities is essential. Program, staff and facilities form a coherent educational learning environment for students.
Criteria for the academic Program The training school with academic Cup Cup features a research programme.
The program is designed such that the student is able to perform practical study on school development at the appropriate level.
The training school with academic guidance head has sufficient and high-quality supervision of students and a good support of lecturers in their research and guidance tasks.
Standard 3: Review there are no specific criteria for the training school with academic Cup for this standard.
Standard 4: knowledge sharing (for the additional training schools with academic head) criterion for the academic training school The training school with academic head care for the sharing of knowledge between the partners and with the other training schools with academic head.

Annex 2. , part of article 5 of the reimbursement of thesis cost training schools: [expired per 01-01-2023] 1. School year 2013/2014: number of students Allowance per year 80 € 290,000 € 210,000 140 – 139 – 179 180 – 219 € 350,000 € 330,000 220-259 260 – 299 € 390,000 € 300 – 339 430,000 € 470,000 380 and 340 – 379 € 510,000 2 more. Starting from school year 2014/2015: number of students Allowance per year 80 € 200,000 € 280,000 140 – 139 – 179 180 – 219 € 340,000 € 320,000 220-259 260 – 299 € 420,000 € 380,000 300 – 339 340 – 379 € 500,000 € 460,000 380 and more Annex 3. , part of Article 7a, paragraph 2, of the reimbursement of thesis cost training schools [expired per 01-01-2023] the development plan of the prospective training school contains at least: 1. a list of participating training, driving and schools (including status accreditation, final inspection judgement);
2. a statement of the intended student numbers (per educational sector) at the end of the development period;
3. a (concept) description of the intended structure of the training school (including roles school trainer and singer *);
4. a description that indicates on which parts the prospective training school intends to comply with all the frameworks listed in annex 1 to this regulation and on which parts will develop the prospective training school is still in the development period (including required activities and planning).
In the description of point 4 in any case from the framework, the following items listed in annex 1 to this regulation, appointed: • training plan (default 1) • joint vision on professionalisation (default 2) • joint vision of HR policy • quality management plan (standard 4) is hereby Specifically indicate how the work on the necessary qualifications of the staff.
The development plan is up to 20 A4 large * the school educator is the General supervisor of students and coordinator of the practical training at the school that is also responsible for the quality of supervision and evaluation.
The singer is the supervisor of students during the workplace learning in practice.

Annex 4. , part of article 9, paragraph 3, of the reimbursement of thesis cost training schools [expired per 01-01-2023] assessment criteria prospective training schools this table contains a summary of the criteria.
Each of the criteria are elaborated on three parts: a. the ambition and the vision;
b. the current state of affairs;
c. ontwikkelpad.

I. Vision on together educating a. Description of the vision and ambition with regard to the training within the partnership together.
b. status of the educate together within the partnership.
c. Description of how the partnership during the grant period to achieve the ambition with regard to train together.
II. cooperation and governance structure a. Description of the ambition with regard to the cooperation and the related organizational structure within the partnership.
b. State of play of the current cooperation and organization structure of the partners within the partnership.
c. Description of how the partnership during the grant period the ambition with regard to the cooperation and organizational structure to achieve.
III. Professionalization a. Description of the ambition of the partnership in respect of the professionalisation of the employees concerned by the schools (including school trainers, workplace supervisors, management) and stakeholders from the educational Institute (for example, the Institute trainers).
b. State of play with regard to the professional development of all employees involved in the partnership.
c. Description of how the partnership during the grant period the ambition with regard to the professionalisation of the employees concerned by the schools (including school trainers, workplace supervisors, management) and stakeholders from the educational Institute (for example, the Institute trainers) wants to realize.
IV. Quality assurance a. Description of the ambition with regard to quality assurance of the partnership.
b. State of play of the quality assurance within the partnership.
c. Description of how the partnership during the grant period to achieve the ambition with regard to quality assurance.
V. regional spread work area of the partnership.
This criterion will be applied only if there are more requests that meet the above qualitative criteria, then because of the grant ceiling can be assigned and thus made a selection.
Weighting: the Minister shall review to five criteria: – vision of training together – collaboration and governance structure – professionalisation – quality assurance – regional spread the first four criteria are the substantive criteria. Here the Minister shall review all requests to. The educate together ' and ' criteria ' vision of cooperation and organization structure ' should in any case be sufficient, because this is the basis of the prospective training school. An insufficient score for ' professionalisation ' and ' quality assurance ' can be compensated by the other scores, provided that the total score is sufficient. Starting point is that ' professionalisation ' and ' quality assurance ' during set up and can be developed further in the coming years, with the train ' and ' together ' vision of cooperation and organization structure ' as clear Foundation.
The criterion ' regional distribution ' will be applied only if there are more requests that meet the above qualitative criteria, then because of the grant ceiling can be assigned and thus made a selection. This criterion does not apply to applicants who have received subsidy on the basis of article 3 of the regulation strengthening cooperation teacher training and schools 2013 – 2016.
How is assessed and the further development of the above criteria can be found on DUO.nl via URhttps://www.duo.nl/zakelijk/primair-onderwijs/bekostiging-en-subsidies/tegemoetkoming-opleidingsscholen.jsp.

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