The Basic Rules of ERYICA Training Course Implementation
- It is not allowed to organise an ERYICA training without having ERYICA accredited trainers running it.
- Training courses and the materials connected to them are in possession of ERYICA and can only be used by ERYICA partners or in agreement with those.
- Members can use the training materials in case if ERYICA is visible (logo and acknowledgment). The translations of materials and their design are allowed as long as copyright is respected, the ERYICA logo is used and ERYICA is informed about it beforehand.
- The organisation in charge of a training course is compelled to communicate the names of the participants and the ERYICA Secretariat is to issue the certificates with the minimum signatures of an ERYICA representative and trainers of that training course. Upon a request the signatures on the certificates might be the ones of an ERYICA representative, trainers and the National Members.
- In case a national partner is using only a part of a training course, it is still possible to have ERYICA logo because the modules are based on the differences in national needs. Whoever is organising a national training with an ERYICA content must send a short English summary of its content to the ERYICA Secretariat and then they will receive the ERYICA logo for the training.
- Trainings that include only parts of ERYICA material might not be called an ERYICA Training and ERYICA will not issue certificates.
- National trainings that cover all areas of ERYICA Trainings and the minimum time set by ERYICA within the modules can apply for certificates. An English summary of the contents including the envisaged hours for each session has to be submitted to ERYICA for approval.
- By the form provided by ERYICA, a short evaluation material after the course has to be compulsorily sent together with the names of the participants to ERYICA for the certification. Additional details (e.g. ID number, social security number) can be included in the certificate by request of the organisers and data provided by them.
- A training course must be pre-approved by ERYICA and the national member.
- It is possible that during an ERYICA training organisers invite some participants from countries that are not ERYICA members but this must be clarified beforehand and the permission and support must be asked from ERYICA.
- No ERYICA training or part of a training can be delivered in a non-ERYICA-member country, unless it is organised by ERYICA itself. This implies that trainers from countries that left the ERYICA network cannot deliver trainings in their home countries but they can still deliver them in other ERYICA-member ones.
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