IF RELEVANT Sample Clauses

IF RELEVANT. Any earnings in respect of work done during your second six months of pupillage, whether payment is received when you are a pupil or tenant, will be subject to the then current Xxxxxxxx’ expenses contribution rate.
IF RELEVANT. You may on occasion be invited to attend evening or weekend events relevant to your education and training at your option.
IF RELEVANT. The Award includes £amount of guaranteed earnings during the second six months of your pupillage.
IF RELEVANT. Further details of expected minimum and additional attendance are provided in Xxxxxxxx’ Pupillage Policy at paragraphs XX. WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT FROM XXXXXXXX Xxxxxxxx will conduct your pupillage in a manner which is fair and equitable, including the fair distribution of training opportunities to each pupil. Xxxxxxxx’ policy on work distribution is set out in Xxxxxxxx’ Pupillage Policy at paragraphs XX OR state policy here. Xxxxxxxx will ensure that each of your pupil supervisors will have been appropriately trained in accordance with the BSB’s requirements and will be registered as pupil supervisors with the BSB. Xxxxxxxx will ensure that you are covered by the insurance of your pupil supervisor for any legal services supplied to the public in the practising period of your pupillage. Xxxxxxxx will ensure that you are promptly provided with any necessary assistance you may need from Xxxxxxxx or your pupil supervisors to comply with your own regulatory obligations relating to your pupillage, including registering your pupillage with the BSB, applying for any necessary waivers, and obtaining the provisional practising certificate necessary for you to practise during your second practising six months of pupillage. Xxxxxxxx will promptly notify the BSB during your pupillage of any material changes to the pupillage, including any change in the date of commencement or expected completion of your pupillage and changes of pupil supervisors. You personally are also required by the BSB to see that the BSB is promptly notified of such changes. Xxxxxxxx will provide or make available to you copies of the written policies set out in Appendix 1 to this agreement. WHAT IS EXPECTED OF YOU You are expected to comply with Xxxxxxxx’ policies and procedures applicable to pupils, including those listed at Appendix 1 to this agreement, data protection and specify any other key policies – e.g. use of information and communication systems. In accordance with your regulatory obligations, you must ensure that: prior to the start of your pupillage you provide Xxxxxxxx with clear documentary evidence of the matters set out at paragraph 1.1 above; you keep adequate training records throughout your pupillage; in particular to assist your pupil supervisor with your final assessment against the competences in the BSB’s Professional Statement; you comply in full with your professional and regulatory obligations, including those set out in the BSB Handbook; at all material times throughout y...
IF RELEVANT. Further details of expected minimum and additional attendance are provided in Xxxxxxxx’ Pupillage Policy at paragraphs XX.
IF RELEVANT. You may request advances on account of the Award of up to £amount to be paid to you in the 12-month period before your pupillage commences. If Xxxxxxxx makes such advances:

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