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  1. Bahamas - Education, vocational guidance and training - Law, Act

    The Bahamas Technical And Vocational Institute Act, 2010 (No. 7 of 2010).

    Adoption: 2010-05-31 | Date of entry into force: 2011-07-01 | BHS-2010-L-84783

    PART I - PRELIMINARY
    1. Short title and commencement
    2. Interpretation
    PART II - ESTABLISHMENT AND FUNCTIONS OF THE INSTITUTE
    3. Establishment of the Institute
    4. Common seal of the Institute
    5. Function of the Institute
    PART III - GOVERNANCE
    6. Establishment of a Board of the Institute
    7. President of the Institute
    8. Pensions of persons transferred from the public service to the Institute
    9. Contributory superannuation pension scheme
    10. Policy directions
    11. Discipline of students
    PART IV - FINANCIAL PROVISIONS
    12. Funds and resources of the Institute
    13. General account
    14. Gift, grant or other property
    15. Financial advance
    16. Reserve Fund
    17. Revenue account
    18. Accounts and audit
    19. Annual report
    20. Regulations
    SCHEDULE - Constitution and procedures of the Board.

  2. Bahamas - Education, vocational guidance and training - Law, Act

    Apprenticeship Act (Chapter 320) (No. 1 of 1968). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1968-01-04 | Date of entry into force: 1983-01-01 | BHS-1968-L-78669

    Makes provision for the regulation of the training of trade apprentices.

  3. Bahamas - Education, vocational guidance and training - Law, Act

    Education Act (Chapter 46) (No. 15 of 1962). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1962-05-23 | Date of entry into force: 1962-09-01 | BHS-1962-L-78667

    Part I - General Administration
    Part II - The Statutory System of Education [provides inter alia for the compulsory school age for children (section 22)and the power of the Minister to prohibit or restrict the employment of children (section 37)]
    Part III - Independent Schools
    Part IV - General


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