The "internships" are regulated by the D.M. 142 as of 25 March 1998 which clarifies the application methods of the law 196 as of 24 June 1997 art.18; by L.R. 3 coordinated text January 27, 2012 (amendments to Regional Law no. 32 07/26/2002); and by the Circular of the Tuscan Council of 4 July 2012 prot. n. AOOGRT / 191619 / S.060.65. The "internship" is not considered a subordinate employment relationship and therefore does not require the obligation of remuneration on the part of the company, enterprise or entity, or social security (number?). Therefore, it is up to the promoters (SSML) to provide obligatory insurance for interns in case of accidents at the workplace though INAIL, an insurance company for civil liability for third parties and in case of accidents. The "internship" is activated on the basis of specific agreements stipulated between the school and the company or the organization. The company that stipulates the agreement for the internship program will define a training project that specifies the duration of the internship, the working hours, the insurance position, the objectives, the methods, the obligations and the commitments together with the SSML Academic Office. It also indicates the name of a company manager (tutor) and a tutor from the university in charge of monitoring the internship. At the end of the aforementioned internship the company manager must report the quality of the intern's performance on the job.
Moreover, at the end of the internship, interns may require a declaration of the skills acquired and the duties covered during the internship program in order to enrich their CV and / or portfolio.
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