It could now be attainable to mix unemployment advantages and training

It may now be possible to combine unemployment benefits and education


KrF (Christian Folks’s Get together) secured Friday nearly all of Parliament for modifications within the unemployment profit laws. This determination opens the chance to mix unemployment advantages and training.


The bulk’s of Parliament asks the federal government “for higher entry to training, together with training that gives credit whereas receiving unemployment advantages”.

“This can be a sport changer for Tekna, who’ve been working for a very long time to make it simpler to mix unemployment advantages and additional training. Many unemployed Tekna members need skilled training alternatives to qualify for his or her subsequent job,” says the group’s normal secretary Ivar H. Kristensen to NTB.

He factors out that the present laws don’t make it straightforward to advance with out the deduction of unemployment advantages paid by Nav. Friday’s determination befell on the initiative of Ap, Sp and SV in reference to the consideration of the price range setting by the Employment and Social Committee.

“It’s pleasing that we have now acquired a majority for the proposal. This may imply that people who find themselves unemployed can get the chance to amass extra abilities and extra training, and thus grow to be extra engaging within the labor market,” says Labour social gathering’s Arild Grande to E24.

“Now it’s necessary that the federal government get began instantly, in order that this will take impact as quickly as attainable. A number of folks have been out of labor for a very long time,” says Grande.

The principle rule as of right now is that the individual going to highschool, college or coaching just isn’t entitled to unemployment profit. The rationale for that is that the individual getting additional training just isn’t thought-about a ‘actual job seeker’.


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