Javna agencija za železniški
promet Republike Slovenije

Authorisation of training centres

The applicant must meet these two basic conditions:

– be a legal or natural person registered to carry out the activity in the Republic of Slovenia that is the subject of the authorisation procedure;

– must not be in proceedings relating to bankruptcy, liquidation or debt enforcement in accordance with the applicable rules.

Training centres in the Republic of Slovenia are authorised by the national safety authority (AŽP).

Applications must be made in writing (Form 1 ???) and may be submitted by registered post or in person to the following address: Javna agencija za železniški promet Republike Slovenije, Kopitarjeva ulica 5, Maribor. The envelope must be marked APPLICATION FOR TRAINING CENTRE AUTHORISATION (VLOGA ZA POOBLASTITEV CENTRA USPOSABLJANJA)

Applicants submit their application using the Application for designation of a training centre (“Vloga za določitev centra usposabljanja”) form (Form 1). Applicants indicate on the form which training centre activity programmes they are applying for.

The decision of the safety authority to designate a centre will be based on an assessment of the documentation submitted. The safety authority will designate training centres for a fixed period of time if the prescribed conditions are met.

The safety authority shall take a decision on an application for the authorisation of a training centre no later than four months after receipt of a complete application. The safety authority shall notify the applicant no later than one month after receipt of the application that the application is complete or request that the application be completed within a reasonable time.

Pursuant to the Administrative Fees Act (Official Gazette of the Republic of Slovenia [Uradni list RS], No. 106/10–officially consolidated text, 14/15–ZUUJFO, 84/15–ZZelP-J, 32/16, 30/18–ZKZaš and 189/20–ZFRO; Numbers 1 and 35 of the schedule of fees), an administrative fee of EUR 463.10 is payable for the acquisition (first application) or renewal of a training centre authorisation, and EUR 177.20 for the amendment or modification of an authorisation. The applicant shall pay the fee upon receipt of the payment order

The decision of the safety authority may be appealed within 30 days of its notification to the second-instance authority: Republic of Slovenia, Ministry of Infrastructure–Ministrstvo za infrastrukturo, Langusova ulica 4, 1535 Ljubljana. There is no right of appeal against the Ministry’s decision, but an administrative dispute can be brought.


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