(c) “apprenticeship contract,” a written employment contract in which the employer agrees to train the apprentice and in turn agrees to work for the employer. SECTION 4. Copy of the agreement to be presented to the Division. – Each employment contract must be passed on by the employer to the disabled worker and to the service of apprentices in accompaniment. The Minister of Labour or his duly qualified representative may check from time to time the working conditions of disabled workers in order to verify compliance with their employment contract by the parties. Cralaw (g) The apprentice`s probationary period, during which each party can summarily terminate its agreement; and (c) the name of the profession, occupation or activity in which the apprentice is trained and when that training will begin and end approximately; Section 28- Relationship between theoretical education and training in the workplace. — The normal ratio is one hundred (100) hours of theoretical instruction for every 2,000 hours of practical training or work. The theoretical instruction time for occupations requiring less than two thousand hours of qualification is calculated on the basis of this report. Cralaw (b) “apprentice” is a worker who is covered by an apprenticeship contract written with an employer. SECTION 8.
Eligible training expenses. – Support for NMYC training takes the form of personalized services, travel expenses, equipment, training tools, educational materials and materials, and a reasonable amount for contingencies.cralaw (1) Upgrade – training in complementary skills and knowledge to increase a worker`s versatility and professional mobility, or improve performance. (k) “Instructor Training” aims to develop people`s abilities to provide the attitudes, knowledge, skills and behaviours necessary for certain occupations, tasks, occupations or groups of related occupations. The Director General is authorized to enter into agreements. – The Director-General, on behalf of the Council, concludes, on behalf of the Council, the agreements necessary for the implementation of human resources programmes and, at the request of Filipino citizens, acts for training in other countries. This is generally rapid and abbreviated vocational training to meet immediate labour needs. (m) “special project training,” one or more activities designed to promote the development of human resources that are not directly related to any of the types of activities described above.