Additional studies to almost graduates

Additional studies to almost graduates

Students who are completing studies with a view to unemployment, now have the opportunity to expand their skills.
The government and the Danish People's Party as part of the Finance Act 2010 agreed to make a special effort for future graduates. They are allowed special new competences from course in continuation of ongoing training. The target group is students who are close to finishing a vocational academy education, professional training or university education, which are not immediately relevant training opportunities. The scheme is to reinforce and disseminate the individual dimittends skills for current job opportunities and reduce the risk that future graduates are unemployed. The special course to expand the student's skills in new areas. The upcoming graduate looking to participate in the special course before the completion of the ongoing training. Universities, professional colleges, etc. provide the specific process that is composed of single-existing, approved full-time education. A course typically and maximum duration of six months. Education Minister Bertel Haarder said: "I am glad that it is not only graduates who get a helping hand, but also skilled and students at university colleges, academies and engineering colleges, that is, teachers, nurses, educators, Eng mm" Examples: * An engineer who take courses in business administration, marketing, logistics and so on. * An engineer or humanist who take courses in financial management, project management. * An engineer will enhance its academic profile of environmental technology. * An engineer who develops his skills in business administration, business law and entrepreneurship. * A humanist or engineer who take courses in intercultural language and communication, international business communication, etc.. * A humanist who take administrative law, constitutional law etc. for recruitment in public administration. * A humanist who expands its competencies in information technology and entrepreneurship. * A political science. Who take courses on journalism (SDU) to be better communication, etc.. * A Bachelor of graphic communication that complement his skills in web development or e-commerce. * A production technicians to supplement his mercantile skills in areas such as marketing and entrepreneurship. University, University College, etc. may offer special courses in various academic fields. The course is composed of qualifying subjects, that is single on existing, approved full-time education. The special new competences from course is a continuation of the ongoing training. There is no obligation or pass requirements, but the process ends with a test. It gives the young people the opportunity to demonstrate acquired skills. The upcoming graduate looking to participate in the special new competences from course before the completion of the ongoing training but starts first the special courses after completion of the program. It is not possible to start more than one particular course. Young people who graduate in the middle of a semester must usually wait until a new semester begins before a special new competences from course can begin.

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The EUR 20 million for 2010 for education expenses to particular processes. In addition 17 million kroner for maintenance support to the students in level and rules similar to SU. The initiative, which takes effect Feb. 1, 2010, will run for one year.

Extended learning opportunities for skilled unemployed

The government and the Danish People's Party agree to improve educational opportunities for graduates skilled unemployed. Active offer in the form of education can support the possibility of getting a place in the labor market. Recent graduates may need to get focused and sharpened skills to match current job opportunities. The Parties agree to set aside a pool of 20 million in 2010, to recent graduates, skilled unemployed people better get offered a jobrettet training efforts. The scheme is anchored in the Ministry of Employment. Source: Ministry of Education