Apprentice Training Agreement

Since 2019, evaluation of final integrated projects at the end of the apprenticeship has been the responsibility of the evaluation committees (“assessment teams”). After the Minister`s appointment, they consist of section 29 of the Vocational Training Act 2008: “The initial vocational training in preparing learners for professional life takes place in turn, whether as part of an apprenticeship contract or an internship agreement (see Q5 and Q18/former Q22).” In practice, in 2019, all CCP lines consist of 3 years of schooling and business training. The duration of practical training is greater than 50%: the relationship between teaching and practical training varies from 2/3 days, 1.5/ 3.5 days or 1/4 day; in the restaurant sector, training is organized by period. Apart from regular learning, the practical part of some CCP and DAP programs can be visited in public training centres (which gives the same qualifications). These routes are aimed at young people who have not been able to find a place for regular training in the company, as well as adults who need to retrain. For apprentices preparing for a professional degree (DAP), the remuneration ranges from 339.44 to 1,131.36 euros, before the integrated intermediate project is completed; €565.68 to €1,866.77 after a successful conclusion. (Professional Training Act 2019, Section 40, paragraph 1); Vocational Training Act 2008, art.2 (26) unmodified) A minimum proportion of in-house training is not set by regulation. For each profession, an individual scheme is defined and updated each year. In short, most courses account for more than 50% of practical training. However, for some occupations, this is not representative of the levels and qualification areas from 20% to 75%. The employer pays the apprentice the remuneration. The Certificate of Professional Capacity (CCP) can only be obtained through the apprenticeship program, while some DAP qualifications and most DTs are organized as academic courses, including a practical part of the business as part of the internship agreement. The type of training in business (apprenticeship or internship) depends on the profession or profession.

The apprenticeship contract gives the apprentice a special status within the meaning of the labour code. Guardians must be admitted by mutual agreement between the Chamber of Professional Work (or the Minister for occupations that do not correspond to a professional order) and the Chamber of Workers and meet the same “serious” criteria. Learners who are undergoing DAP or DT qualification training may have access to technical training in the area of their qualification (as part of higher education or higher than CEQ 5 (BTS) once the compulsory preparatory modules have been completed.

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