In 2019/2020, the amount of remuneration of apprentices who wish to obtain a CCP diploma varies between €452.56 and €769.36 for the first year; from €509.08 to €995.60 for the second year; and from €622.28 to €1,131.36 for the third year of apprenticeship. Certain general provisions of the Labour Code apply to apprenticeship contracts: the Luxembourg vocational training system offers three vocational programmes in 2019, which are divided into 92 work-study courses: if the apprentice leaves the apprenticeship through the intermediate route or does not comply with the contractual conditions, the apprenticeship contract is terminated by the apprenticeship adviser after consultation with the employer under whom he was a trainee and the tutor must reimburse the amount spent on the apprentice`s training. The training allowance is paid by the apprentices` employer. The employer pays the remuneration to the trainee. Accounting of previous experience: the imputation can be attributed but must not exceed 50% for the duration of the training. The credit experience can be granted by the program sponsor, but must be approved by DAS Signature of the intern: the intern must sign an agreement in which he declares to have read the terms of the agreement and consent to it. Sponsor of the programme: name of the company or trade union sponsoring the apprentice In accordance with Article 6 of the Apprenticeship Act, the apprenticeship period is deemed to have started on the day on which the training contract was concluded. The duration of apprenticeship is also prescribed by the Apprenticeship Regulations 1991. The duration of the apprenticeship may vary from six months to four years depending on the substitute, as provided for in the rules and decided by the National Council for Vocational Training.
The possibilities for change depend on both the level of qualification and the occupation. In education, there are two types of changes: since 2019, the evaluation of final integrated projects at the end of the training belongs to the evaluation bodies (“evaluation teams”). After the appointment of the minister, they sit down: all apprenticeship agreements must be submitted by email within 30 days of the start of the training and must be accompanied by school information, a passport image and an online payment of $ 35 through the online payment system of the Ministry of Labour Standards: www.mass.gov/service-details/department-of-labor-standards-online-payment. The conditions of “vocational competence” for the training of apprentices are, for the various sectors, by mutual agreement of the competent employers` chamber (or the Minister for professions that do not depend on a professional order) with the competent labour order. Expected closing date: date on which the trainee completes the programme and determines the status of a person who can travel (where prior experience is taken into account, – technical programme (diploma of studies in “general” vocational training, DFESG) (CEC level 4): 6,357 learners – 47.9% of pupils in upper secondary secondary education (who do not offer optional training); The training organisation is required to appoint one or more tutors. Tutors are responsible for the practical training, pedagogical support and tutoring of apprentices. In the 2019/2020 school year, 3477 learners were enrolled in apprenticeship programmes. Training may be provided by both parties by mutual agreement or by dismissing the apprentice, for good reason, in the absence of a fixed period of service. Automatic dismissal results from the expiry of the period of service, the involuntary withdrawal of the trainee from the forum where he was bound or from service in the armed forces, although voluntarily and without the consent of the employer.
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