7 1. The training, although it covers the actual functioning of the employer`s institutions, is similar to that provided as part of a training program; 2. The training is for the student; 3. The student does not evict regular staff and works under close supervision; 4. Students are not entitled to a job after the end of the training period and may work elsewhere in the same field; 5. All clinical training is provided under the supervision and direction of competent and experienced people in the activity; 6. The training is general and allows students to work in a similar company. It is not specifically designed for employment with the employer who offers the program; 7. The screening process for the diving program is not the same as for the job and does not appear to be for that purpose. Screening uses only criteria relevant to admission to an independent education program; and eight.

Advertisements, secondments or tenders for the program clearly speak of education or training, not employment, although employers may indicate that qualified graduates may be considered eligible for employment. FOR THE SCHOOL: FOR THE COMPANY: WITNESSED BY: APPROVED BY: ANNEXES – Attachments A. Child Protection Acts B. Board Resolution / Secretary s certificate C. List of Students, Teachers / Supervisors and Tracks offered D. Document for Immersion Module and Schedule of Daily Activities E. Non-disclosure agreement F. Signed parental mail the MOA aims to ensure that graduates of basic training are compliant with the R.R.A. 4 B. School Responsibilities The school must: 1. Identify and indicate the SHS traces, strands and/or specializations that will be the subject of the partnership.

/or make the necessary adjustments to contextualis the SHS themes according to the company. 3. Identify a person responsible for coordinating with the company and overseeing student activities during the duration of the work immersion program. 4. Continue to exercise parental authority under the family code over the graduate student in immersion in the partner`s premises. 5. Monitor each student`s progress throughout the work immersion program to ensure that the tasks assigned to each student are useful, difficult and applicable to their respective programs and are able to maximize the quality of the learning experience. 6. Provide the ENTREPRISE with an assessment tool for student diving performance. 7. Deliver a final grade to the student at the end of the requirements within a prescribed time frame. 8.

Make sure the student complies with the company`s business confidentiality guidelines agreed upon by the school. (see Appendix F) 9. Please include signed consent forms from parents (see Appendix G) 10. Provide THE ENTREPRISE with a certificate of participation in the SHS program, regardless of its purpose. 11. Confirm acceptance as an opportunity to recognize and recognize the donation received by the company.