Rules of procedure
These internal rules have been drawn up in accordance with Articles L6352-3, L6352-4, L6352-5 and R6352-1 to R6352-15 of the French Labor Code.
Article 1 - Purpose and scope of the internal regulations
The internal regulations apply to all training courses organized by CorrecFormation and to all trainees, for the duration of the training course.
A copy is given to each trainee.
The rules define health and safety regulations, general and permanent rules relating to discipline, as well as the nature and scale of sanctions that may be taken against trainees who contravene them, and the procedural guarantees applicable when a sanction is envisaged. All trainees must abide by the terms of these rules throughout the duration of the training course.
SECTION 1: HEALTH AND SAFETY RULES
Article 2 - General principles
The prevention of accidents and illness is imperative and requires everyone to comply with :
health and safety regulations applicable to training sites ;
any instructions imposed either by the management of the training organization, or by the manufacturer or trainer, particularly with regard to the use of equipment provided.
To this end, the general and specific safety instructions in force within the organization, where they exist, must be strictly observed, failing which disciplinary action may be taken. In the context of distance learning, it is therefore imperative to respect the health and safety rules of the place where the training takes place, in particular the trainee's company.
The training organization cannot be held responsible for any incidents or accidents that may occur during distance training hours, in particular in connection with the use of IT and Internet tools.
Article 3 - Alcoholic beverages and drugs
The introduction or consumption of drugs or alcoholic beverages on the premises is strictly forbidden. It is forbidden for trainees to enter or remain in the training organization in a state of drunkenness or under the influence of drugs.
Article 4 - Accident
Any trainee who is the victim of an accident - occurring during training or during the journey between the training site and his/her home or workplace - or who witnesses such an accident, must immediately inform the management of the training organization. The training organization's manager will then take the appropriate steps to seek medical attention and file a declaration with the relevant Social Security office.
Article 5 - Combating COVID 19
As part of the fight against the coronavirus, the prevention of virus transmission is based on the application of barrier gestures and a social distance of at least one meter. Generally speaking, movement around the premises is limited, as is grouping together in common areas, except at times defined by the organization, such as during breaks.
The entrance is marked on the floor, respecting the social distance.
Hydro-alcoholic gel is available at the entrance, and hands must be disinfected, before being taken over by the organization's staff.
You must wear a mask when circulating in common areas.
The maximum number of people per classroom is limited.
Classrooms are arranged to respect the required distance. You must remain in the same place for the duration of the course.
The premises are disinfected after each day's work.
As a general rule, we prefer equipment that can be used by just one person. This is not always possible, so for shared equipment, hands should be disinfected before each use. Hydro-alcoholic gel is available at the entrance to the building, at the entrance to each training room, at the exit from the building and near each piece of shared equipment.
SECTION 2: GENERAL DISCIPLINE
Article 6 - Attendance by trainees
Article 6.1. Training schedules
Trainees must comply with the schedules set and communicated in advance by the training organization. Failure to comply with these schedules may result in sanctions. Except in exceptional circumstances, trainees may not be absent during training hours.
Article 6.2. - Absence, lateness or early departure
In the event of absence, lateness or early departure, trainees must inform the training organization and justify themselves. The training organization will immediately inform the financer (employer, administration, Fongecif, Region, Pôle emploi, etc.) of this event. Any event not justified by special circumstances constitutes misconduct liable to disciplinary action.
In addition, in accordance with article R6341-45 of the French Labor Code, the trainee - whose remuneration is paid by the public authorities - is liable to have his or her training fees withheld in proportion to the duration of the absence.
Article 6.3 - Training follow-up formalities
The trainee is required to fill in the attendance sheet as the course progresses. Trainees may be asked to draw up a training report.
At the end of the training course, trainees receive a certificate of completion and a certificate of attendance, to be sent to their employer/administration or to the organization financing the course, as appropriate.
As soon as possible, the trainee provides the training organization with the documents it is required to complete as a service provider (request for remuneration or reimbursement of training-related expenses; certificates of registration or course entry, etc.).
Article 7 - Attire
Trainees are asked to present themselves to the organization in correct attire.
Article 8 - Behavior
All trainees are asked to behave in a way that ensures respect for the basic rules of good manners and community life, and the smooth running of training courses.
Article 9 - Use of equipment
Unless specifically authorized by the training organization's management, training equipment may only be used on the training premises and exclusively for training purposes. The use of equipment for personal purposes is prohibited.
It is the trainee's responsibility to keep the equipment entrusted to him/her for training in good condition. They must use it in accordance with its purpose and the rules issued by the trainer. The trainee must immediately report any anomaly in the equipment to the trainer.
SECTION 3: DISCIPLINARY MEASURES
Article 10 - Disciplinary measures
Any failure by the trainee to comply with any of the provisions of the present internal regulations may result in a penalty being imposed by the head of the training organization or his or her representative.
Depending on the nature and seriousness of the offence, the trainee may be subject to one or other of the following sanctions:
call to order ;
written warning from the training organization's director or representative; reprimand ;
temporary exclusion from training;
permanent exclusion from the course.
Fines or other financial penalties are prohibited.
The head of the training organization or his or her representative will inform :
the trainee's employer or the trainee's administration
- and/or the course funder.
Article 11 - Disciplinary guarantees
Article 11.1. - Informing the trainee
No disciplinary action may be taken against a trainee without first informing him/her of the grounds for such action.
However, when an act considered to be wrongful has led to the need for a precautionary measure of temporary exclusion with immediate effect, no definitive sanction relating to this act may be taken without the trainee having first been informed of the grievances against him/her and, where applicable, that the procedure described below has been followed.
Article 11.2 - Invitation to interview
When the director of the training organization or his representative is considering imposing a sanction, the procedure is as follows:
by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt, or by hand-delivery against receipt, indicating the purpose of the meeting;
the summons also indicates the date, time and place of the interview, as well as the possibility of being assisted by a person of the trainee's choice, whether a trainee or an employee of the training organization.
Article 11.3. - Possible assistance during the interview
During the interview, the trainee may be assisted by a person of his/her choice, in particular the course delegate.
The director or his representative will state the reason for the proposed sanction and will hear the trainee's explanations.
Article 11.4. - Penalties
Penalties may not be imposed less than one clear day or more than fifteen days after the interview. The trainee is notified of the penalty in writing, stating the reasons, by registered letter or by delivery against receipt.
Signed in : Bayonne on: July 01, 2023