Rs 412.11 Federal Law Of September 28, 2012 On The Umbrella Associations Of Training Support Continues

Original Language Title: RS 412.11 Loi fédérale du 28 septembre 2012 sur le soutien des associations faîtières de la formation continue

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412.11 federal law on support of the umbrella associations of training from September 28, 2012 (State February 15, 2013) the Federal Assembly of the Swiss Confederation, view of art. 64, art. 2 and 3, of the Constitution, given the message of the federal Council of February 22, 2012, stop: art. 1 umbrella associations entitled to the credit authorized, the Confederation grants can provide subsidies to umbrella associations in the field of continuous training of adults.
The award of grants is subject to the following conditions: a. the association is active nationally; b. the association pursues a non-profit; c. the association can attest that it executes the tasks listed in art. 2 way followed since at least three years; d. organizations attached to the umbrella association transmit to people skills that enhance their chances in society and on the labour market.

An umbrella association cannot be sustained under this Act for the tasks referred to in art. 2 if she receives no subsidies as such under another federal law, including the law of December 11, 2009 on the promotion of culture.

RS 442.1 art. 2 tasks that can be subject to grants of subsidies may be granted to the umbrella associations for the following: a. information on the offers of training and coordination of these offers; (b) the insurance and the development of the quality of the training.

Art. 3 calculation and payment of subsidies subsidies are calculated according to the following criteria: a. the degree of interest the Confederation to the activity of the association; (b) the number of organizations linked to the umbrella association; c. the coordination provided by the association; d. third party contributions and the contributions that the association can reasonably be called on to provide.

The amount of the grants may not exceed: a. double the sum of the contributions that the association can reasonably be called upon to provide and contributions from third parties; (b) the difference between on the one hand the necessary expenses and on the other hand the sum contributions that the association can reasonably be called upon to provide and contributions from third parties.

If grants calculated on the basis of applications exceed available resources, they are reduced proportionally.
Subsidies are paid each year.

Art. 4 financing the Federal Assembly approved the spending ceiling provided for in this Act in the form of a simple federal decree.

Art. 5 link with the grants Act unless otherwise provided by this Act, the Act of 5 October 1990 on the grant is applicable.

RS 616.1 art. 6 run the Secretariat of State for training, research and innovation is responsible for enforcement of this Act.
It coordinates its activities in support of other federal services.
It issues guidelines for procedures, including the presentation of applications and the terms of payment.

Art. 7 referendum, entry into force and duration of validity this Act is subject to the referendum.
The federal Council shall determine the date of entry into force.
This Act has effect until 31 December 2016.

Date of entry into force: 15 February 2013 RO 2013 385 RS 101 FF 2012 2857 ACF on nov 30. 2012 State February 15, 2013