The instrument is not widely known to employers and is not widely used by them. According to the Ministry of Labour`s surveys (2007), more than 55% of employers were unaware of the existence of training funds and 85% of companies did not set up training funds. In addition, 70% of employers said they did not have any creative plans. The training fund was created in only 4.2% of companies. The most up-to-date information is not available. In collaboration with the National Association of Trainers (NTF), the ROA has developed a training agreement. The British Horseracing Authority (BHA) confirmed that the agreement complied with its rules requiring the existence of a signed training agreement between the owner and the trainer. The ROA and NTF recommend that members use the training agreement, but this version is not mandatory. An alternative version can be used as long as it contains the minimum requirement set by the BHA in the following rule: Horse – Owner Manual (E) Schedule 4. The full rule here appears Muscat, Jun 3 (ONA) —- The National Training Fund (NTF) has signed a cooperation agreement with the National Youth Commission (NYC) to facilitate the access of 600 job seekers to training opportunities in the private sector by funding the first package of the pilot youth training program “Khibrat” or “expertise”. The BHA website also lists the race coach`s championship table for the flat and national Hunt disciplines. You can also search for coaches in the offers.
www.britishhorseracing.com/racing/participants/trainers/ search options: by name. Shows full coordinates. Number of horses in formation and performance summary This support tool is not mandatory. The enterprise training fund (zak-adowy fundusz szkoleniowy – ZFS) can be set up by the employer on a voluntary basis and can be used to finance and co-finance training courses for workers. Until 2014, the ZFS application procedure, as mentioned in the 20 April 2004 law on employment and labour market institutions, explicitly mentions the possibility of co-financing the ZFS with public employment funds. In 2014, the law was amended and these provisions were abolished, which in practice means that there are no legal provisions relating to the FSA and that the rules of its creation are entirely dependent on employers. The development of the ZFS depends in large part on employers` access to KFS resources. The Fund for Labour`s plan for 2018 provided for PLN 105,608,000 (EUR 25,144.80) for the expenditure of the National Training Fund. The Ministry of Labour, in agreement with the Labour Council (Rada Rynku Pracy), decided that about 0.5% of the planned funds were allocated to the general tasks of the ministry`s employment offices and the provinces (voivodies). B such as reviewing the application for employment, promoting the KFS, consulting and advising employers, and reviewing the effectiveness of the assistance provided. 80% of the remaining funds (i.e. 84,488,400 PLN – EUR 20,116.20) should be distributed among the voivodies, and 20% for the priorities set by the Labour Market Council for 2018 (support for lifelong learning for people over 45 and assistance with lifelong learning and training to address labour shortages in certain occupations in a given or voivodized poet).
This is part of the fund that provides financial support for ZFS, but also concerns the training activities of other employers.