Regulation (2012:140) If State Aid For Specific Training Related To Interpretation And Sign Language

Original Language Title: Förordning (2012:140) om statsbidrag för viss utbildning som rör tolkning och teckenspråk

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Article 1 this regulation lays down provisions on State aid for



1. contact interpreter training,



2. training of teachers, language tutors and assessors for

contact interpreters,



3. training of interpreters for the deaf, the deafened childhood,

hard of hearing or people with deafblindness,



4. sign language teacher training, and



5. the costs for travel, accommodation and scholarships for

participants in contact interpreter education.



The purpose of the State's contribution is to support the training programmes referred to

in the first paragraph.



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



Conditions for State aid



2 §/expires U: 2016-01-01/State aid under this Regulation may be submitted to

folk high schools and adult education Association for contact interpreter training and

the training of language teachers, tutors and assessors for

contact interpreters, if the school or Center for has

granted State aid under the Regulation (1991:977) if

Government subsidies to people formation. Government subsidies may be provided under

provided that the courses are judged to be of high quality.



To state aid shall be provided for contact interpreter training in

form of a cohesive undergraduate contact interpreters

In addition to what is stated in the first paragraph that the training

carried out in the form of at least a half-time studies. If the training

conducted at a distance, it may also be conducted at quarter time.

The training will also



1. be carried out in such a way that the active interpreters

lacks complete elementary education are given the opportunity to have their

skills tested or validated and to complement their

education, and



2. contain one or several courses focused on parsing for

and with children.



State aid may, under conditions equivalent to those

specified in the first subparagraph are provided to the folk high schools for training

of interpreters for the deaf, childhood, adult deaf, hard of hearing or

people with deafblindness and sign language teacher education.



2 section/entry into force: 01/01/2016/State aid under this Regulation may be submitted to the folk high schools and adult education Association for contact interpreter training and language training of teachers, supervisors and assessors for contact interpreters, if the school or Center for State aid has been granted under the Regulation (2015:218) concerning State aid to the people. Government subsidies may be provided that the courses are judged to be of high quality.



To state aid shall be provided for contact interpreter training in the form of a cohesive undergraduate contact interpreters are in addition to what is stated in the first paragraph that the training is conducted in the form of at least a half-time studies. If the training is conducted at a distance, it may also be conducted at quarter time.

Training must also be 1. be carried out in such a way that the active interpreters that lacks complete elementary education are given the opportunity to have their skills tested or validated and to complete their education, and 2. contain one or several courses geared to interpret for and with children.



Government grants are given under the corresponding conditions as those specified in the first subparagraph are provided to the folk high schools for the training of interpreters for the deaf, childhood, adult deaf, hard of hearing or people with deafblindness and sign language teacher education. Regulation (2015:855).



3 § State aid under this regulation, as regards the

such training referred to in paragraph 2 of the first and second paragraphs, even

submitted to the folk high schools and colleges for their expenses

for



1. participants ' travel, and



2. accommodation and scholarships for the participants.



Contributions under the first paragraph 2 may only be made if the participant

cannot get financial aid or if the participant is a course in a

language for which a coherent basic training for

contact interpreters cannot be arranged.



Applications and decisions on State aid



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

studies examining questions relating to the grant.



In a decision to award grants to States that a

terms and conditions for contributions is that the receiving the grant follows the

regulations as authority has notified under 12 or

section 13. The decision may also be combined with other criteria to be

indicated in the decision. The decision should also contain information on the



1. the amount of the grant,



2. the order of payment, and



3. the closing date for the accounts in accordance with section 7.



Distribution of Government grants



section 5 Authority for Polytechnic, the allocation of

Government contribution pursuant to article 2 of the first and second paragraphs, in particular

endeavour to contact interpreter training is located to the

regions and focus on those locales where the need for

contact interpreters is greatest.



Grants for contact interpreter training in the form of a coherent

basic training for contact interpreters may be provided to a

very limited number of training providers.



section 6 of the Authority of the Polytechnic, the allocation of

Government contribution pursuant to article 2 of the first and second subparagraphs shall take into account

the needs of the



1. a coherent basic training for contact interpreters, and



2. advanced courses and complementary courses of various kinds.



Accounting



section 7 of The program have received Government grants under this regulation

is required to provide such financial and other reporting to

Authority for the Polytechnic that authority requests.



An auditor shall examine the financial report and

give an account of his observations in a declaration annexed to the

General Ledger. If the contributions received amounted to

at least five price base amounts according to Chapter 2. 6 and 7 § §

social insurance code, this shall be done by an authorized

or certified public accountant.



§ 8 the one that has received State aid for

contact interpreter training is required to provide information to

Authority for the Polytechnic who have undergone

training with a passing grade or who have had their

skills tested or validated and passed under

2 paragraph 1.



Refunds and chargebacks



§ 9 the one that has received State aid under this regulation

is the repayment obligation, if



1. the recipient by leaving through false statements or any

otherwise have caused that the grant has been submitted incorrectly

or with excessive amounts,



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

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



3. the recipient does not submit such a report referred to in 7 or

section 8, or



4. the refund has not been used for the purpose for which it has been granted

for or any of the other terms and conditions of the grant has not been met.



section 10 of the authority for the Polytechnic should decide to fully or

partially recover a contribution if someone is

the repayment obligation referred to in section 9.



If there are special reasons for it, the authority may remit the

repayment in whole or in part.



section 11 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 Agency may order

Polytechnic waive requirements on interest in whole or in part.



Appropriations



12 § the museums for the Polytechnic, with regard to such

contact interpreter training as government subsidies provided for under this

regulation provide for



1. national entry requirements,



2. national goals,



3. national tests, and



4. certificate for those who have undergone training with approved

results.



The national course objectives should be measurable.



section 13 Authority for studies may provide additional

regulations on the allocation of State subsidies. Authority may also

provide for the calculation of State aid and

enforcement of this regulation.



Appeal



paragraph 14 of the Decision pursuant to this Regulation may not be appealed.



Transitional provisions



2012:140



This Regulation shall enter into force on July 1, 2012, when

Regulation (1991:976) if State aid to

contact interpreter training, etc., shall be repealed. The repealed

the regulation, however, still for contribution

ordered before 1 July 2012.