Grants for the training allowance of disabled persons and severely disabled persons or persons with an equivalent status. As a rule, they receive the training allowance continuously for the entire duration of the training or further training. The amount of the grant is determined individually and depends on the type and severity of the disabilities as well as the impact of the disabilities on the training or further education. The allowance is paid monthly and amounts to up to 60 per cent, and in the case of severely disabled persons or persons with an equivalent disability, up to 80 per cent of the monthly training allowance, in each case including the employer's flat-rate share of the overall social security contribution. In justified exceptional cases, subsidies can be provided up to the amount of the training allowance for the last year of training. All company measures which have the content and also the focus of vocational training or qualification of the disabled or severely disabled person can be funded. This also includes, for example, dual courses of study if they include a vocational qualification in accordance with the Vocational Training Act. Your employment agency or job centre decides whether you can receive the subsidy for the training allowance. There is no legal entitlement to a subsidy. Integration allowance following initial or further training If you employ a severely disabled person after a training or further training course which has been funded and completed with a training grant, the Employment Agency or the Job Centre can pay you an integration grant. The integration grant amounts to up to 70 per cent of the wage and can be paid for 1 year. However, the specific amount is at the discretion of the employment agency or the job centre.