Q21. If the scheme is implemented via specific apprenticeship programme, what is its duration?
A minimum duration of 2 years and 2 months is set, corresponding to the basic level of journeyman’s qualifications.
The Law on VET (Lov om Erhvervsuddannelser) stipulates that IVET programmes “as a rule cannot exceed 4 years and 6 months". Still, there are some programmes with longer duration.
For example, programmes with maximum duration of 5 years lead to both journeyman’s qualification and qualifications from upper secondary general education (EUX).
Usually VET programmes last 4 years including the first year of basic school-based training.
Q22. If the scheme is not implemented via specific apprenticeship programme, how is duration of apprenticeships defined in the regulation?
It Is defined as minimum and maximum share of a VET programme
Is defined as minimum share of a VET programme
Is defined as maximum share of a VET programme
Is not defined by regulation
Q23. Is there a distinction between the training time and working time for the period spent at workplace, as per regulation?
Yes, the legal framework makes this distinction
No, the legal framework makes no distinction