You will receive an invitation to come to an SEA branch before you start your participation. When you arrive at the SEA branch, you will need to present:
- Proof of identity (passport or identity card);
- If under 18, a doctor's certificate of medical examination (the doctor's certificate must be submitted to the employer at the start of the employment relationship);
- For disabled students, a note from their family doctor or doctor stating which work duties are prohibited.
How much can I earn?
As agreed in the employment contract, but at least the national minimum wage for full-time work per month, provided that a student aged 15-18 is employed for a maximum of 7 hours per day and a maximum of 35 hours per week, and a student aged 18-20 (inclusive) is employed for 8 hours per day and 40 hours per week.
The employer will provide a supervisor during working hours and, in the cases provided for in the legislation, paid compulsory health checks.
The SEA insures participants against accidents at work.
It's important to know your rights and responsibilities and those of your employer when working.