3 I. OBJECTIVES OF THE OCCUPATIONAL IMMERSION PARTNERSHIP The Occupational Immersion Partnership has the following objectives: 1. To complement the formal programme of the SHS programme with special contributions from the COMPANY`s experts and practitioners in order to bring the SHS programme into line with labour standards; 2. Develop in SHS students the knowledge and skills relevant to the needs of the labour market in the field 3. Provide shs students with relevant learning experiences by becoming familiar with the real work environment. 4. In order to enter into a professional immersion partnership between the SCHOOL and the COMPANY, students, professors and staff of the schools concerned are allowed to use and access the WORKPLACE and the COMPANY`s equipment as part of their work immersion program. II. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PARTIES A. Joint responsibilities The SCHOOL and the COMPANY should: 1. Create a joint working group to prepare the action plan to operationalize the partnership. 2. Establish a Joint Steering Committee to monitor the progress of the Partnership and to ensure compliance with the provisions of this Memorandum of Understanding.
3. Comply with all child protection laws, memoranda and circulars (see Appendix A). 4. Develop the student`s work immersion module, which specifies the goals and objectives, the desired outcomes of the program and how these outcomes are achieved, and also note the specific knowledge, skills, attitudes, and skills that the student should acquire at the end of the program. (See Appendix C and Appendix D) 5. Develop a daily work immersion schedule that students will follow throughout the duration of the work immersion program. 6. Formulate local strategies and guidelines for the selection, placement, monitoring and evaluation of students (immersion participants) to ensure that each student is assigned an immersion partner appropriate to their path, qualifications and abilities. (See Appendix C and Appendix D) 6 The COMPANY and SCHULE reserve the right to terminate their participation in the Contract by written formal notice within thirty (30) days prior to the effective date of termination.
All such matters are considered confidential and exclusive to the Society, and thus each student hereby undertakes to prevent the disclosure of such information by any of its members to any party outside the Society (see Appendix F) VI. OTHER PROVISIONS The PARTIES expressly understand that the Company is not required to pay wages or salaries, since there is no employer-employee relationship. However, the company is not prevented from providing financial or financial support to the student in the form of transportation costs, food allowances, etc. In determining the existence of an employer-employee relationship, the following considerations are taken into account: (1) the power to recruit; (2) the payment of wages; (3) the power to dismiss and (4) the power to control the employee`s behaviour, with the control test generally taking precedence over the big picture. An employer-employee relationship between the student and the professional diving partner does not exist if all of the following criteria are met: Ii. Responsibilities of The Parties A. Joint Responsibilities The SCHOOL and the COMPANY shall: 1. establish a joint working group to develop the action plan for the implementation of the partnership.
2. the establishment of a joint steering committee to monitor the progress of the partnership and ensure compliance with the provisions of the MOU.) 3. Comply with all laws, memoranda and circulars related to child protection (see Appendix A). 4. Develop the student`s work immersion module with goals and objectives, the desired outcomes of the program and how these outcomes will be achieved, also taking into account the specific knowledge, skills, attitudes and skills that the student should acquire after the end of the program. (see Appendix C and Appendix D) 5. Develop a daily routine for work that will be followed by students throughout the work immersion program. 7 1. Training, while covering the actual operation of the employer`s facilities, is similar to that provided as part of a training program. 2. The training is for the student; 3. The student does not leave the regular staff and works under strict supervision; (4) Students are not entitled to employment at the end of the training period and may work elsewhere in the same field.
5. All clinical training shall be provided under the supervision and direction of persons competent and experienced in the activity; 6. The training is general and allows students to work in a similar company. It is not specifically designed to deal with the employer offering the program. 7. The selection process for the dive program is not the same as for the work and does not appear to be for this purpose. Pre-selection uses only relevant criteria for admission to an independent educational programme. and eight.
Advertisements, secondments or tenders for the program clearly speak of education or training, not employment, although employers may indicate that qualified graduates are considered eligible for employment. FOR THE SCHOOL: FOR THE ENTERPRISE: ATTESTED BY: ANNEXES – ANNEXES A. . . . . .