Regulation (2011:1597) Of Government Grants For Additional Staffing In Student Health

Original Language Title: Förordning (2011:1597) om statsbidrag för personalförstärkning inom elevhälsan

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Introductory provision

Article 1 this regulation lays down provisions on State aid for

costs for the enhancement of student health services within

– preschool,

– primary education,

– Basic programs,

-special school,

-same school,

-secondary school, and

-secondary programs.

Conditions for State aid

General conditions for State aid

section 2 of the State subsidy may, subject to availability of funds, are provided to the

principals of the school forms referred to in paragraph 1.

State aid under this Regulation may be submitted in 2012-2015.

paragraph 3 of the State aid may be given for a maximum period of two calendar years (premium years)

in broadcasting to a principal for the school listed in section 1. If

the first time the application is made before the calendar year 2015, provided

contributions, however, only for a premium years. Regulation (2013:797).

section 4 of the State subsidies are provided to additional staffing costs

in student health services. The reinforcement should mean that the

average staffing levels within the student health of a principal

actually increases compared to the staffing levels in the two

calendar years preceded the year as principal

apply for Government grants for, in terms of full-time equivalents.

Government grants are not for personal enrichment achieved

through redeployment of existing staff or reorganization

of the business.

Government subsidies may be provided for the costs of employment or

missions with specific duration on a full-time or part-time basis.

Categories of employees covered

§ 5, Government subsidies may be provided for the cost of

1. the school doctor,

2. the school nurse,

3. school counselor,

4. school psychologist,

5. teacher with special expertise, or

6. special education teacher.

If State funding is sought for employment or duties referred to in

the first subparagraph of paragraph 1, 2 and 4 to 6, provided government subsidies only during

provided that the employed or given assignments have

identification and entry requirements for the profession that the employment

or the assignment relates.

If State funding is sought for employment or duties referred to in

the first subparagraph of paragraph 3, be given Government subsidies only if

it hired or given missions have adequate training

for employment or assignment.

Government grant

section 6 of the State subsidy is provided with 250 000 per premium years for

full-time employment or assignment full-time equivalent in any of the

the categories of personnel referred to in paragraph 5. A principal can get

Government grants for several full-time jobs or assignments

full-time equivalent.

If a principal applicant for the State subsidy for employment or

assignments not involving or equivalent to full time,

State the amount of the grant will be reduced accordingly.

The application and the payment of government subsidies

Applications and decisions on State aid

section 7 of the State's school hears questions about State grants under this


section 8 application for Government grants made to the State's school.

A principal applicant for the Government to provide the information

necessary for the application of this regulation to

The National Agency for education.


section 9 If it comes in more applications for Government grants than it

availability of funds for the school, the State decides if selection.

Upon selection, the applications from principals that were not previously

granted State subsidies for two premium years under this

Regulation take precedence over applications from principals who

has previously been granted government subsidies for two premium years according to

This regulation. During selection shall also be applications relating to

employment or assignment set forth in paragraph 5 of the first paragraph 1 – 4

take priority over applications referred to in paragraph 5 of the first paragraph 5

and 6.

In addition to the second paragraph, the National Agency for education on the selection

1. give priority to applications from principals who exhibit a

long-term ambition to strengthen student health services,

2. give priority to applications from principals who have need of

enhanced student health,

3. take account of geographical distribution, and

4. to take into account that State subsidies are provided to both public and

independent principals. Regulation (2013:797).


§ 10 Payment of government contributions to be made at one time

during each calendar year.

Monitoring and reporting

section 11 of the State's school will monitor how the State's contribution has

been used.

section 12 of a principal who has been awarded State grants are required to

provide such information to the State's school needed

the follow-up.

Refunds and chargebacks

section 13 a principal that has received State aid is

repayment required if

1. the strengthening of student health as the main man has applied for

State aid for non-implementation,

2. the principal by providing inaccurate or incomplete

information or in any other way has caused the State grant

have been made improperly or with excessive amounts,

3. State grant for any other reason has been submitted incorrectly

or with excessive amounts and the principal should have realized

This, or

4. the principal does not leave such tasks as referred to in section 12.

A principal repayment is not required under the first

paragraph 1 on State subsidies, which have been received for specific

employment or specific duties as set out in paragraph 5, first subparagraph

1-4, has been used for other employment or such


Statens skolverk should decide to fully or partially require

back a contribution if someone is required to repay pursuant to the

the first paragraph. If there are special reasons for it,

The National Agency for education wholly or partially waive a claim for a refund.

An indication of the provisions of this section shall be taken into

the decision on State aid.

section 14 On Government subsidies required 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 brand

or partially waive a claim for interest.

Enforcement regulations

section 15 of the State's school may provide for

enforcement of this regulation.


section 16 of the State's skolverks decision pursuant to this Regulation shall not

subject to appeal.

Transitional provisions


1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2012.

Regulation (2012:317).

2. the provisions of paragraph 5 of the second paragraph on requirements for identification

apply for the first time in the case of State aid for the grant year

2014, if the application relates to employment or assignments that teachers with

special skills or special education teacher.

Regulation (2012:317).


This Regulation shall enter into force on 19 June 2012. The new

the provision of paragraph 2 of the entry into force and

the transitional provisions should be applied for the period from

on January 1, 2012.

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