Since September 10, 2012, our joint project with the District Office of the City of Prague Libuš continues. For the third time, we are conducting a six-month training course for foreigners who are interested in living, working and doing business in accordance with the legislation of the Czech Republic.
The course includes 24 hours of training, 3 hours of consultations and 3 hours of a final seminar with the participation of representatives of the supervisory authorities (Czech Commercial Inspection, Customs Administration, Food Inspection). The course is free of charge – it is financed by the European Social Fund.
Participants of the course will gain the necessary knowledge about the rules and laws that are important to observe in the Czech Republic in order to avoid problems (the regime of residence of foreigners – rights and obligations, the Commercial Code, the Labor Code, social and health insurance, trade laws, sanitary and hygienic standards). Graduates who successfully complete the course will be issued a certificate. It is also possible to obtain a certificate of compulsory training in the field of health and safety at work. Participants – entrepreneurs or employed in the field of food or food products (retail, wholesale trade, public catering) have the opportunity to obtain a certificate of mandatory sanitary and hygienic minimum.
The course is taught in Czech with translation into Russian. Training materials will also be in Russian language and free of charge.