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Berufsbildungsgesetz (Law on Vocational Training)

Principality of Liechtenstein Government of the Principality of Liechtenstein Country Resources disability, Disability Legislation Principality of Liechtenstein 5 May 2008 Legislation/regulation employment

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Dieses Gesetz fördert ein Berufsbildungssystem, das dem Einzelnen die berufliche und persönliche Entfaltung und die Integration in die Gesellschaft, insbesondere in die Arbeitswelt, ermöglicht. Das Amt für Berufsbildung und –beratung kann für Menschen mit Behinderung besonders geregelte Abschlussprüfungen organisieren und dem Auszubildenden können Beiträge für die besondere Mühe der Ausbildung entrichtet werden.

This law supports a system of vocational training, which provides occupational and personal deployment as well as the integration into the society, especially the working world for the individual. Department of Vocational Training and Counselling is able to organize special rules for final exams and the trainee can receive fees for the special effort of training.


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