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Teaching And Training Contracts

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This chapter on teaching and training contracts contains seventeen articles. Some of the presented articles are: definition of teaching and training contracts, limitation to the instructor's refusing to accept the offer, condition of teaching and training, quality of teaching and training, sufficiency of teaching and training, teaching and training proposal, assessment of the academic and ethical performance and regulation and implementation. A teaching and training contract refers to the contract whereby the parties agree that the instructors shall teach the student knowledge and skills. The instructor shall establish a teaching and training proposal that conforms to national standards or the purpose of the contract, and shall sufficiently and properly implement the teaching and training proposal. In order to maintain the teaching and training order and administrative order, the instructor may establish all types of rules and norms.

Keywords: instructor; teaching and training contract



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