Regulation (2014:854) For Further Training In The Form Of A Fourth Technical Year And State Subsidies For Such Training

Original Language Title: Förordning (2014:854) om vidareutbildning i form av ett fjärde tekniskt år och statsbidrag för sådan utbildning

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Chapter 1. Introductory provisions



Contents of the regulation



Article 1 this regulation lays down provisions on

further training in the form of a fourth technical years in

the upper secondary school. The regulation includes the following chapters:



– introductory provisions (Chapter 1),



– General provisions concerning plans, courses and collaboration

(Chapter 2),



– the educational times (Chapter 3),



– education content (Chapter 4),



– competence, selection and admissions (Chapter 5.)



– support measures (Chapter 6),



– rating (Chapter 7),



– the right to go on a course (Chapter 8),



-education for the deaf and hard of hearing (Chapter 9),



-students (10 chapters),



– Government grants (Chapter 11), and



– other provisions (Chapter 12).



Definitions



2 §/expires U: 2016-01-26/

In the regulation referred to in



-the context of learning: learning in a

training carried out at one or more

jobs outside school,



– thesis: a record of the 100 high school credits that students

carries out within the framework of the qualitative targets for

high school degree in engineering,



– complete training: score of courses and a

degree project in an amount totaling 900 high school credits

According to an individual study plan,



– guaranteed teaching time: the minimum teaching time in

hours that students should be offered under 17 a Cape. section 8

Education Act (2010:800),



– joint courses: the courses to be included in the

further training,



-high school score: a measure of the studieomfattningen of a course in

further training or thesis,



– National Council for continuing education in the form of a fourth

technical year: the National Council for further training as

Statens skolverk responsible for according to section 8 of the regulation

(2011:555) with instruction for State school,



– new courses: courses initiated by principals or by other

stakeholders according to Chapter 2. paragraph 4 and that the National Agency for education has

announced regulations pursuant to Chapter 2. section 2,



– output: a term referring to a particular competence in a

technology as a combination of courses within a national

profile leads to, and



– vocational subjects: vocational character topics.



2 section/entry into force: 26/01/2016

Means – the context of learning: learning in a continuous training carried out at one or more places of work outside school, – thesis: a record of the 100 high school credits that students perform in the framework of qualitative targets for secondary engineering degree, – complete training: score of courses and a thesis to an extent where a total of 900 high school credits as an individual study plan, – guaranteed teaching time: the minimum teaching time in hours that students should be offered under 17 a Cape. section 8 of the Education Act (2010:800), — common courses: the courses that will be part of the further training, – high school score: a measure of the studieomfattningen of a course of training or thesis, – National Council for continuing education in the form of a fourth technical year: the National Council for the training that the State alone is responsible for according to section 10 of the Regulation (2015:1047) with instruction for State school, – new courses: courses initiated by principals or other stakeholders according to Chapter 2. paragraph 4 and that the National Agency for education has announced regulations pursuant to Chapter 2. section 2 – output: a term referring to a particular expertise in a field of technology which is a combination of courses in a national profile, and professional topics: vocational character topics.

Regulation (2015:1049).



Chapter 2. General provisions relating to plans, courses and

collaboration

Curriculum



section 1 of the high school comes a curriculum in accordance with Chapter 1. section 11 of the

first subparagraph, the Education Act (2010:800).



The curriculum can be found in Regulation (SKOLFS 2011:144) on the curriculum

for secondary schools. In the case of further training

the curriculum is supplemented by the exam objectives for

the further training that the Government provides for and by

the subject plans under section 2.



Topic plans



(a) according to paragraph 2 of chapter 17. section 11 of the Education Act (2010:800), it

each topic be the subject plan. It will provide the teacher and the

students flexibility to plan their teaching.



Of the plan must show:



– the purpose of the substance,



– each course that is part of the topic,



– the main contents of each course,



– the number of high school credits as each course includes, and



– knowledge requirements for each course.



Statens skolverk may provide for the subject plans for

further training. Such rules may mean that

certain courses or subjects may only be held on certain

training courses.



3 § Before the State's School Announces rules with the support of

section 2 of the third paragraph, the Agency told the National Council for

further training in the form of a fourth technical year.



New courses



section 4 of The principal or another interested party may apply to the

Statens skolverk on a new course that will provide skills in a

existing substance or in a new topic.



Individual study plan



5 § a student's individual study plan shall include details

If



– What national profile the pupil goes on and the courses that

the student has chosen,



– If the student is a full or extended

further training, and



-the courses included in the student's full

further training and, if the student follows an extended

further training, which courses that are outside the

full training.



Interaction between school and working life



paragraph 6 of The principal for further training should have an established

cooperation with the local or regional labour market. It should

for education be one or more local programme Council for

interaction between school and working life.



Chapter 3. Learning times



Academic year



section 1 of the school year shall include at least 40 weeks and have 178 school days

and at least 12 holidays. In addition to school and leave the days get it

in the academic year laid out five study days

staff.

section 2 of the school year to start in August and end no later

in June. The principal may decide for a certain training

other times if training elements requires other

tuition times. The days of the autumn and spring term beginning and

the final is decided by the principal.



The principal shall take into account the decisions referred to in the first subparagraph of

There are students who begin primary education which is longer

than 60 days under the Act (1994:1809) about national service.



Organisation of school work



paragraph 3 of the pupils ' schoolwork to be placed Monday-Friday and be

so evenly distributed over these days as possible. School work

should also be evenly spread over the school year.



When school work being outsourced to a workplace outside the school

the working hours applicable at the place of work is applied, if

not the headmaster decides otherwise. For underage students who

undergo training at a workplace, the provisions

issued by the work environment authority on working time for minors

applied.



Schedule



section 4 Of the school year or for a shorter period of time, there should be a

schedule that contains details of all the teaching that

and teacher.



Teaching time



section 5 of the principal decides on the number of teaching hours for

each course and thesis work and how the distribution of

the teaching time of the academic year.



The operator shall recognise how the student is guaranteed

teaching time under 17 a Cape. section 8 of the Education Act (2010:800).



Chapter 4. Education content



Education's basic content



1 § training consists of



– joint courses,



– where applicable for a profile common courses,



– where applicable, for a period of joint courses,



— elective courses, and



– thesis.



Under 17 a Cape. 10 of the Education Act (2010:800)

includes training 900 high school credits, of which 100

high school score relates to a thesis.



National profiles



section 2 of the national profiles in further training are



– design and product development,



– information technology,



– production technology, and



-community building.



Appropriations



section 3 of the State's school, in terms of further training

provide for



1. score the plan of study,



2. what subjects and courses that are included in the respective national

profile and profile different output, unless otherwise

other regulations that the Government announced,



3. what courses to offer joint courses,



4. What lessons, if any, should be offered as

joint courses for a national profile, and



5. what courses may be offered as elective courses.



The courses will be held in, continuous training exam objectives.



Before the National Agency for Education announces rules with the support of the first

paragraph, the Agency told the National Council for continuing education

in the form of a fourth technical year.



Elective courses



4 section As elective courses within a national profile should

the principal offer such courses as State's school has

announced regulations under section 3(1) 5.

The principal decides which of these courses to be offered

as elective courses.



Student thesis



section 5 of the principal shall appoint for each pupil a teacher to be

responsible for the thesis.



Alternative or overlapping courses



section 6, a student may not as extended training or selectable

further training course in reading a course that is option

to or overlap with one or more of the courses

included in the national profile.



Statens skolverk may provide for the courses that

are alternate or overlap.



The context of learning



section 7 of the context of learning to occur in

further training for at least 10 weeks.




Every week that are implemented at a work place shall be deemed to

meet the 23-hour guaranteed teaching time.



section 8 of the principal is responsible to provide places for the

arbetsplatsförlagda learning and that learning meets the

requirements for education and training.



The Rector decides on all or part of the courses is to be placed

to the workplace and on how the courses should be distributed over

in the academic year.



section 9 On the context of learning cannot be offered,

the course is arranged only if



1. planned sites for the context of learning cannot be

be provided due to circumstances that the principal

not been able to prevail over, or



2. training for safety reasons can not be located in a

place of work outside the school.



The arbetsplatsförlagda learning, in the cases referred to in

the first subparagraph shall be replaced by the corresponding training set

to the school. Before the principal decides if this should

the principal told the local policy Board.



If training has skolförlagts because of what is said in

the first subparagraph of paragraph 1, the operator shall take the measures

necessary to the training as soon as possible,

be located in a place of work.



section 10 of the Rector appoints a supervisor at work of a student

participating in the context of learning. As a supervisor,

only the hired who have the necessary knowledge and

experiences of mission and as otherwise deemed

suitable.



Mother tongue education



section 11 of the 15 Cape. section 19 of the Education Act (2010:800) provides basic

provisions concerning the principal's obligation to offer

mother tongue education for pupils in secondary schools.

The operator is also required to offer students who are

the adopted child has a mother tongue other than Swedish

mother tongue education, even if the language is not the student's

daily social language at home.



According to section 7 of the language Act (2009:600) is the national

minority languages Finnish, jiddisch, meänkieli, romani chib

and Sami.



The Rector decides on a pupil's mother tongue.



section 12 of mother tongue education may not include more than one language

for a student.



A Roma student coming from abroad may, however, be

mother tongue education in two languages if there are particular

reasons.



paragraph 13 of the mother tongue education may be organized as



1. elective course,



2. extended training, or



3. remuneration of teaching in languages other than Swedish,

Swedish as a second language and English.



section 14 of the principal is obliged to organise

mother tongue education for a student to a maximum of seven academic years

during the student's school. Pupils should be given such teaching

for longer periods of time if the student has a particular need for it.



The limitation to seven years does not apply if the teaching



1. substitute teaching in languages other than Swedish, Swedish

as a second language and English,



2. organized as an optional course, or



3. organized a national minority or an

Nordic languages as their mother tongue.



section 15 of The principal is obliged to organise

mother tongue tuition in a language only if



1. at least five students to be offered lessons in language

are such teaching, and



2. There is a suitable teacher available.



Referring to mother-tongue teaching in a national minority language

the principal is obliged to organise mother-tongue teaching

Although the number of pupils is less than five.



16 § a student receiving mother tongue tuition may continue to

participate in teaching, even if the language would cease to

be daily social language of the learner.



section 17 of Chapter 6. section 2 contains provisions on study guide on

the mother tongue.



Enhanced training



18 § a student may participate voluntarily in the teaching of one or

several courses that are outside of the student's full

further training, if the student satisfactorily

may be expected to implement both the courses on the regular

national profile as the optional courses (enhanced

further training). The decision is made by the headteacher.



Chapter 5. Eligibility, selection and admissions



Additional eligibility requirements



(a) according to section 1 of chapter 17. section 16 of the Education Act (2010:800) is required

high school graduates from technology or equivalent

skills for access to further training. The State's

school may provide for the courses in

technology program specializations which additionally shall be required

approved score on for access to education or

In addition to the equal qualifications who otherwise should be required

permission.



Before the National Agency for Education announces rules with the support of the first

paragraph, the Agency told the National Council for continuing education

in the form of a fourth technical year.



Selection



section 2 If the number of places in further education and training is less than the number of

applicants who have received, a selection is made.



Selection, admission and other allocation of seats shall be made

objectively and impartially.



paragraph 3 of the places in training should be allocated between the

applicants with grades from upper secondary school or other reviews

as a result.



Statens skolverk may announce further provisions concerning

sample.



The procedure for admission



section 4 of the principal should, if possible, to decide on admission to the

further training before 1 July of the year in education

begins.



Admission at a later time



section 5 of the principal may decide to adopt an applicant at a later

time than at the beginning of further training if there is

site of the national profile, and if the applicant

are competent and have the knowledge and skills required for

to assimilate the teaching.



Change of national profile



section 6, if a student wants to change national profile, principal

allow the spoils if the student meets the eligibility requirements for the

requested national profile.



Återantagning



section 7 a pupil who has given continuing education without having

completed and who later would continue on the

further training where the student attended previously, subject to availability

be adopted, if the student meets the eligibility requirements for the

requested national profile.



Chapter 6. Support measures



Special classes



section 1 of the special classes may be established within a continuing education for

students who because of auditory or visual impairments, physical disabilities

or other explicit study difficulties cannot follow the

mainstream education.



Study guide on the mother tongue



2 § a student should get the study guide in their native language, if

the students need it.



If there are special reasons, a student who is entitled to the

mother tongue and that prior to his arrival in Sweden

have been taught in a language other than their mother tongue is provided

Study Guide to the language rather than their mother tongue.



Chapter 7. Score



Decision on the grade



section 1 of the 2-5 paragraphs are complementary provisions to Chapter 3.

section 16 of the Education Act (2010:800) about who should decide on the score.



section 2 If more than one teacher conducts instruction at the

time when the score should be set and only one or some of the

These are legitimized, the grade is decided by the

qualified teachers.



3 § If a score is dependent on two or more registered

teachers ' assessment and these cannot agree, the grade

decided by the of these teachers have the authority

to teach the topic rating concerns.



If a score is dependent on the assessment of two or more

qualified teachers who are competent to teach in the subject

that the grade and these teachers are unable to agree, the grade

decided by the headmaster.



If a score is dependent on the assessment of two or more

qualified teachers who are not qualified to teach in the

topic rating concerns and these cannot agree, the grade

decided by the headmaster.



section 4 provisions of Chapter 3. 16 section Education Act

(2010:800) as well as 2 and 3 of this chapter do not apply to

teachers who lack identification and be employed without

time limit for pursuing teaching



1. in the native language,



2. in a vocational subject, or



3. as described in Chapter 2. section 17 of the Education Act.



The first subparagraph shall apply only in cases where the teacher is engaged in such

Education referred to in the first subparagraph 1, 2 or 3.



§ 5 If more than one teacher conducts such teaching as

referred to in paragraph 4, at the time when the score should be set, and these

Unable to agree, the grade is decided by the headmaster.



Grading of the thesis



section 6 of the score of the master thesis is to be decided by the responsible

the teacher after another guest judge who has experience of the

field of knowledge that the thesis has delivered an opinion.



When the thesis has been carried out, in whole or in part as

the context of learning, the supervisor shall be

another guest judge.

Knowledge requirements



section 7 of the knowledge requirements should exist for grades A-E.



Requirements for the grades A, C and E shall specify the skills

required for each score. The knowledge requirement for grade D

means that the requirements for E and predominantly for the C's

met. The requirement for a grade B means that the requirements for C

and for the most part for (A) are met.



Examination directory



paragraph 8 of the decision on the grade shall be documented in an examination directory. With

decision on the grade refers to the decision to



1. put the score after each completed course and thesis work

or after examination, both as pupil and

It is not, and



2. do not put the score under 15. paragraph 27 of the Education Act

(2010:800).



The decisions referred to in the first subparagraph 2 is selected in

the rate with a horizontal line.



Decisions about grades should be immediately able to be compiled for each

individual student. The Rector is responsible for grading the directory

sales

Excerpt from the rate



section 9 of the principal is responsible for ensuring that students are informed about the right

to get an excerpt of the rate. If a student passes to

Another skolenhet or interrupts the studies, the student will receive


an excerpt of the rate.



When a student passes to another skolenhet to the teacher supply

written information to the new at porsön about the courses

that the student has commenced but not completed.



Score after trial



section 10 For anyone who is not a student in training to score

After the trial is issued separately.



Diplomas and study evidence



According to section 11 of the 17 a Cape. section 15 of the Education Act (2010:800),

secondary engineering degree is issued if a student has gone through

a full training with qualifying score. A student

meeting the requirements for high school engineering degree to get a

Diploma when the student completes the training. For the student

that does not meet the requirements for a high school engineering degree when

the student completes their education, rather than a study evidence

is issued.



The ratings on the courses according to student's individual

study plan included in the complete training and

the ratings on the courses in accordance with the study plan lies outside the

the student's full training to be reported was for

in the proof.



section 12 of the principal issuing diplomas and study evidence.



section 13, if a student due to 18 or 19 section or Chapter 8. has

two score the same course or from comparable courses,

the highest of these ratings will be included in the certificate or

study the evidence.



section 14 diplomas from training may be issued only

once.



Diploma



section 15 Of the diploma for the student in

further training should demonstrate



1. the national profile that the diploma relates,



2. what courses as evidence, how many high school credits

as each course included and which score the student received at each

course,



3. what the approved thesis work has included, and



4. If the student has completed a full or extended

further training.



Of the diploma for the student in

training should also show whether the score is set

After the trial and that the evidence pertains to a person who is not

student in training.



Study evidence



section 16 Of the student who has not met the requirements for

high school degree in engineering, a study certificate is issued. By

study certificate shall indicate



1. What national profile study certificate relates,



2. what courses as evidence, how many high school credits

as each course included and which score the student received at each

course or if the score has not been under 15.

paragraph 27 of the Education Act (2010:800),



3. If the student has completed an approved thesis and what

It has included, and



4. If the student has completed a full or extended

further training.



Review



Redress for anyone who is a student in training



section 17, a student in training has the right to undergo

review at the Treasury at porsön in all courses and the

thesis work included in the student's individual study plan, if

the student has not previously received a score on the course or

the degree project or if the student has a grade of F.



Redress for non-student in training



section 18 of The who is not a student in training but who would

have score from there have the right to undergo examination in all courses

that may appear in a further training except those courses only

get organized on certain courses. The right also applies

the degree project.



Trial may be made only by an skolenhet who is organizing the

current course or, in the case of the thesis,

education in the field of knowledge that the thesis

refers to.

Authorization



section 19 of the State's school may provide details relating to the

trial.



Scores of students who have not followed the teaching



section 20 of the principal may give a student who has not followed the teaching

in a course grade E on the course without the pupil is undergoing

examination, if



1. the diplomas, certificates or similar, it appears that the student

through study abroad or otherwise acquired such

skills needed for a rating of E, and



2. the course organized at at porsön.



Design of document



section 21 Of score has not been able to be put under Chapter 15. section 27

Education Act (2010:800), this is indicated by a horizontal

dashes in the documents under this chapter.



section 22 of the State's school may announce further provisions concerning

the design of the documents mentioned in this chapter.

When it comes to relating to qualifications,

The National Agency for education consult the Authority of the Polytechnic.



Chapter 8. The right to go on a course



(1) a pupil who has a score on a course that is included in the

further training before student initiated training

have the right to go on the course.



section 2 If a student has not received a grade of E or on a course in

further training, have the student the right to retake the course once.

Have the students complete the course two times and not had the lowest

grade E, the student go about the course once again, if the

There are special reasons.



A student who has not received a grade E on the thesis has

the right to redo the work once.



If a student has a grade of F in a large percentage of the courses

during the school year, the student, if there are special reasons, go on

also such courses which the student received a grade of E in under

in the academic year.



section 3 of a pupil who has changed the national profile may, if there are

specific reasons, go for those courses that the student had received

a grade of E.



4 § A student who goes on a course has the right to get a new score

on the course.



§ 5 the headmaster decides in accordance with §§ 2 and 3 after the

teachers concerned have been heard.



Chapter 9. Education for the deaf and hard of hearing



Content and organisation of education



1 § Örebro municipality may, if the municipality organizes training on

technology program, in their school to organise

further training in the form of a fourth year for technical students

as



1. is deaf and hard-of-hearing and is dependent on a

sign-language environment,



2. is hard of hearing and despite the use of technical

AIDS and other support measures can not follow regular

teaching in training,



3. have a language impairment and need efforts of the same kind

as the deaf, or



4. is deaf-blind.



The courses called adapated programmes for the deaf (RGD) or

adapated programmes for the hearing impaired (RGH). When in this

regulation refers to the deaf students shall include students according to

the first subparagraph of paragraph 3 and 4.



section 2 of the Training for the deaf and hard of hearing, so

to the extent possible, be integrated with other training in

the upper secondary school.



section 3 of the State's school, in terms of continuing training

referred to in this chapter, provide for necessary

deviations from the curriculum, exam objectives, plans and

points plan.



4 § Courses in sign language may be arranged for the hearing impaired

students, if they need it and to participate in the

the courses.

Special care



§ 5 For students who want and need it to Örebro

municipality designate Board and lodging. The municipality shall also be responsible for

students have access to the help as

caused by their disabilities.



Other provisions on the further training



section 6 of the rules in this regulation that apply to

training should also apply in the case of

education for the deaf and hard of hearing, unless otherwise

specifically stated.



10 Cape. Students



Notification in case of absence



(1) If a pupil because of illness or for any other reason not

can participate in school work, it shall be notified as soon as possible.



Leave



section 2 of the principal may grant a student's leave from school for

individual concerns. The student may also, to a lesser extent,

freed from some teaching sessions or from other

school by the headmaster.



The closure of the training



section 3 A pupil shall be deemed to have completed the training if the student does not

come to the education the student has been admitted to and not

Heller reports valid reason to be withheld within three days of

the first semester has started.



section 4 If a student would like to finish the course without completing

the pupil shall report it to the headmaster.



§ 5 If a student has begun a training and then without

the notification referred to in paragraph 4 are absent from training for more

than a month in a row, but that this has been due to illness

or approved leave of absence, the student is considered to have completed

the training.



The Rector may, however, decide that the student shall not be deemed to have

completed the training even though the conditions of the first

subparagraph are, if there are serious reasons.



Children of Swedish citizens abroad



section 6 of the Youth under 18 who are resident abroad with their

parents/guardians should be equated with the municipality where the applicant

the training will be arranged, if at least one of the

the guardians are Swedish citizens.



Nordic applicants



Article 7 of the Nordic applicants apply paragraphs 8 and 9. With the Nordic

applicants under this regulation to applicants who reside in

Denmark or Finland with autonomous areas or in

Iceland or Norway.



The autonomous regions are the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland.



section 8 a Nordic applicants may be accepted into a training

in the form of a fourth technical years only if the applicant by

their earlier schooling in another Nordic country

training which is essentially equivalent to a Swedish

primary education and meet the eligibility requirements for the

sought education in 17 a Cape. 4 and 16 of the Education Act

(2010:800).



Otherwise, the Nordic applicants be treated applicants from the

municipality where the training is organised.



§ 9 a principal who has received the Nordic applicants for a

further training is entitled to compensation for any such

applicants. The amount of compensation shall be decided by the Government.



Application for such compensation is made in the State's school as


decides on the remuneration of the individual case and pays out

it.



11 kap. State grant



Conditions for State aid



1 § State aid may be granted to a principal in

secondary school for further training in the form of a fourth

technical year.



Government subsidies provided to the extent that the availability of funds.



section 2 of the Government subsidies may be provided if



1. the operator has the potential to follow the rules

applicable to education under the Education Act (2010:800) and

This regulation and on the education otherwise deemed

be of good quality, and



2. the cost of education is reasonable in relation to the

educational purpose and the cost of other secondary

training.



3 § State aid shall not be granted for training as a replacement

provided for otherwise. Contributions may not be paid for

training activities conducted under the Regulation (1992:395) if

education within the school system.



Application for Government grants



section 4 of the application for State subsidies submitted to State school

together with an opinion on the application from a local

Programme Council for further training.



Decision on State aid



section 5 of the State's school hears questions about and pay out

State grant.



Before the National Agency for education examines questions about the premium should really hear

National Council for continuing education in the form of a fourth

technical year.



paragraph 6 of the decision to grant the premium may apply for a maximum of four

antagningsomgångar. Grants shall be provided with an amount

for each student who on 15 October each year in

the training.



In a decision to grant a contribution will be the last day for

accounting under section 9 are listed. The decision may be subject to

terms and conditions. The conditions shall be set out in the decision.



Distribution of Government grants



section 7 of the State's school, in its allocation of State aid to

account of



1. the needs of the labour market,



2. the need for geographical distribution of training,



3. the need for the dissemination of training between sectors,

and



4. the quality of education.



Monitoring and reporting



§ 8 the State alone shall, with the assistance of the National Council for

further training in the form of a fourth technical year, follow up

how Government grant has been used.



Skolverket, in connection with its annual report to the

Government offices provide an accounting of how the contribution has

been used.



9 § the recipient of State aid is required to make such

financial and other reporting to the State school which

the work request.



Refunds and chargebacks



10 § the recipient of Government grants for continuing education is

the repayment obligation, if



1. the receiver by providing incorrect information or

any other way has caused that the contribution has been provided

improperly or with excessive amounts,



2. the grant of any other reasons have been given incorrectly, or

with the high amount and the recipient should have known this,



3. the refund entirely or partially unused or not

has been used for the purpose for which it has been provided for,



4. the report referred to in section 9 has not been submitted;

or

5. the recipient did not comply with the terms of the decision on the

contribution.



section 11 of the State's school will decide to fully or partially require

back a State aid if one is obliged to repay

According to section 10.



If there are special reasons for it, the National Agency for education brand

or partially waive recovery.



section 12 of The Government subsidies needed back, interest will be charged from

on the day that is one month after the decision on the

chargebacks have been made, and after an interest rate at each

time exceeds government lending rate with two

percentage points.



If there are special reasons for it, the State's school

wholly or partially waive requirements on interest.



paragraph 13 of the State's school must notify the regulations needed

for the enforcement of the provisions of this chapter.



12 Cape. Other provisions



Article 1 of decision skolverks of the State pursuant to this Regulation shall not

subject to appeal.



section 2 of the cases an application shall be made under this regulation

It may be transmitted electronically to the State school.



The National Agency for education may provide for electronic funds transfer

of an application and on electronic signature.



Transitional provisions



2014:854



1. this Regulation shall enter into force on August 1, 2014.



2. this Regulation shall apply for the first time at training

begin after 1 July 2015.