Plastics Technology Training Regulations

Original Language Title: Kunststofftechnik-Ausbildungsordnung

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23. Ordination of the Federal Minister of Economics and Labour on Vocational Training in the Apprenticeship Profession of Plastics Technology (Plastics Technology Training Order)

On the basis of § § 8 and 24 of the Vocational Training Act, BGBl. No. 142/1969, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I No 79/2003, shall be ordered:

Teaching profession Plastics technology

§ 1. (1) The teaching profession Plastics Technology is set up with a teaching period of four years as an educational experiment.

(2) Training in the teaching profession of plastics technology can take place until 30 June 2008.

(3) In the teaching contracts, teaching certificates, teaching certificates and teaching letters, the teaching profession is to be described in the form corresponding to the sex of the apprentiate (plastic technician/plastics technician).

Professional profile

§ 2. Due to the vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school, the apprentice trained in the teaching profession of plastics technology is to be able to carry out the following activities in a professional, independent and self-responsible way:

1.

Read and apply factory drawings and technical documentation,

2.

Participate in product and production development,

3.

Set work steps, working methods and working methods,

4.

Plan and control work processes, assess work results, apply quality management systems,

5.

collect, document and evaluate technical data on the workflow and the results of the work,

6.

carry out work in the light of the relevant safety rules, standards, safety standards and environmental standards;

7.

Select, prepare, procure and verify the materials required,

8.

Machining plastic raw materials and semi-finished plastic materials, cutting and machining,

9.

Equip, check and operate machines and systems according to specifications,

10.

Manufacture products of all types from plastics using industry-standard processing techniques,

11.

Adjusting the parameters of surface finishing systems, surface finishing,

12.

Detect and fix defects,

13.

Dispose of residual products and dispose of them professionally.

Professional image

§ 3. (1) The following vocational training shall be established for the training. In this context, the skills and knowledge mentioned shall be conveyed, at the latest in the teaching year referred to, in such a way as to enable the apprentice to pursue qualified activities within the meaning of the professional profile, which shall, in particular: Independent planning, carrying out, controlling and optimising.

Pos.

1. Year of Teacher

2. Year of Teacher

3. Year of Teacher

4. Year of Teacher

1.

Handling and maintenance of the forms, tools, machinery, equipment, devices, devices and working methods to be used, including using computer-based systems

Handling and maintenance of the machinery, equipment, devices, equipment and working methods to be used, including the use of computer-assisted systems

2.

Basic knowledge of injection moulding, extrusion, blading and surface finishing

Knowledge of the possibilities of plastics processing and processing

Manufacture of plant-specific plastic products

3.

Knowledge of materials and auxiliary materials, their properties, possibilities for use and processing possibilities

4.

Simple determination of plastics

Determination of plastics and composite materials

5.

Mixing and processing of raw materials and materials according to specifications

Mixing and processing in multi-component systems

6.

Basic skills in material processing:

Trade fairs, incentives, filing, sawing, drilling, cutting, thread cutting by hand, grinding, poling, gluing, reprocessing

Skills in material processing:

Measuring, drilling, grinding, polishing, machine thread cutting, gluing, surface finishing

Surface finishing

7.

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Handling of measurement systems, reflection systems (colour determination)

8.

Basic knowledge of tool and mould making

Knowledge of tools and moulds

9.

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Maintenance and maintenance as well as professional storage of moulds and tools

10.

Making sketches

Manufacture of simple works drawings, even using computer-based systems

11.

Basic knowledge of computer-based construction and drawing

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12.

Reading of factory drawings and technical documentation

13.

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Reading of simple wiring diagrams from the fields of electrics, pneumatics and hydraulics as well as their combinations

14.

Editing semi-finished products

Thermal deformation

15.

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Professional manufacture of detachable and unsolvable connections

16.

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Basic knowledge of the use of heat and pressure in plastics processing

Knowledge of the use of heat and pressure in plastics processing

Knowledge of the use of other physical influences in plastics processing (e.g. infrared, ultrasonic and laser beams and ozone)

17.

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Basic knowledge of electrical engineering and mechanics

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Basic knowledge of the use of electronics

18.

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Basic knowledge of pneumatics

Knowledge of pneumatics

19.

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Maintenance and maintenance of pneumatic systems

20.

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Basic knowledge of hydraulics

Knowledge of hydraulics

21.

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Maintenance and maintenance of hydraulic systems

22.

Basic knowledge of the control types

Use of the plastics processing machines to be used for the production of plastic products, also using computer-based systems

Setting and start-up of the plastics processing machines to be used for the production of plastic products, also using computer-based systems

23.

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Basic knowledge of EDP configuration including interfaces

24.

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Detect and fix simple errors in processing

Detect and fix errors in processing

Detect and solve errors in processing even using computer-based systems

25.

Basic knowledge of the relevant heating systems and cooling systems on machines, moulds and tools

Knowledge of the relevant heating systems and cooling systems on machines, moulds and tools

Maintenance and maintenance of heating and cooling systems on machines, moulds and tools

26.

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Basic knowledge of relevant English professional expressions

Knowledge and application of relevant English professional expressions

27.

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Basic knowledge of product and manufacturing development

Knowledge of product and manufacturing development

28.

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Basic knowledge of work preparation

Knowledge of work preparation

Participation in the preparation of work

29.

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Basic knowledge of the relevant test procedures

Knowledge of the relevant test methods

Apply relevant test methods

30.

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Basic knowledge of quality management, implementation of simple quality controls

Knowledge of operational quality management, performance of quality checks (such as testing of finished parts to specified quality requirements and standards)

31.

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Basic knowledge of communication technology

Knowledge and application of communication techniques

32.

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Basic knowledge of problem solving technology

Knowledge and application of problem solving techniques

33.

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Basic knowledge of cost management

Knowledge and cooperation in cost management

34.

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Basic knowledge of manufacturing logistics

Knowledge and cooperation in manufacturing logistics

35.

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Basic knowledge of the planning of production processes

36.

Knowledge of the relevant safety rules and of the other relevant provisions for the protection of life and health

37.

The measures and regulations for the protection of the environment relevant to the teaching profession: basic knowledge of the operational measures for meaningful energy use in the job-relevant working area; basic knowledge of the work-related work area residual substances produced and their separation, recovery and disposal of waste

Environmental-friendly handling of residues and waste materials relevant to the profession

38.

Basic knowledge of the company's specific environmental protection

Knowledge of operational environmental protection; participation in farm-specific environmental protection measures

Knowledge of the recycling of residual materials and plastic waste into the production process

Expert recycling of residual materials and plastic waste into the production process

39.

Knowledge of the obligations arising from the apprenticeship contract (§ § 9 and 10 of the

Vocational Training Act)

40.

Basic knowledge of the labour law provisions which are subject to the law

(2) In the course of the training in the professional knowledge and skills-with special attention to the operational requirements and requirements-it is necessary to pay attention to the personality formation of the apprentiate, in order to provide him with the necessary skills for a professional. Key qualifications in terms of social competence (such as openness, teamwork, conflict ability), self-competence (such as self-assessment, self-confidence, self-reliance, resilience), methodological competence (such as presentation skills, rhetoric in German language, comprehensibility in the broad guidelines of the The English language) and competence for self-directed learning (such as willingness, knowledge of methods, ability to select suitable media and materials) to be conveyed.

Rejecting Audit

Outline

§ 4. (1) The final examination is divided into a practical part (Part A and Part B) and a theoretical test.

(2) The practical examination comprises in Part A the items of examination work and expert discussion, and in part B (voluntary part) a technically written examination at a higher level.

(3) Part B of the final examination may be completed voluntarily if a recognition of the practical examination within the framework of the examination of the profession is sought as a part-examination subject to the examination of the subject.

(4) Part B (voluntary part) is not to be taken into account for the overall result according to § 25 (5) of the Vocational Training Act. Part B must be benoted separately. The certificate of Part B can only be carried out in connection with a positive certificate of Part A.

(5) The theoretical examination comprises applied mathematics, specialist knowledge and material science.

(6) The theoretical examination shall not apply if the candidate for the examination is to achieve the teaching objective of the last class of the professional vocational school or the successful completion of a vocational middle or higher school which replaces the apprenticeship has proven.

Practical examination

Part A: Review

§ 5. (1) The audit work shall include the following areas, as indicated by the examination board. The implementation must be carried out in a project-like manner in the form that the test item first of all the task, the justification of the chosen shape and design, the design, the material used and the work equipment (machines, devices, Tools, etc.), and then perform the test work.

The following tasks are to be carried out:

1.

After the selection of the examination board, a semi-finished product processing or the production of a fibre composite part as well as

2.

after the test item has been selected, an injection moulding process or an extrusion on machinery.

(2) The Examination Committee has to carry out a test work on the purpose of the final examination, the requirements of the professional practice and the area of activity of the teaching establishment, which can normally be carried out in six hours.

(3) The test work shall be terminated after seven hours.

(4) The following criteria shall apply to the evaluation of the test work:

a)

Select and test the materials and auxiliary materials,

b)

material preparation,

c)

surface,

d)

Dimensional accuracy and cleanliness,

e)

Angularity and flatness,

f)

the material corresponding to the material,

g)

Proper use of the right tools and machines,

h)

Verification of the function and strength,

i)

quality,

j)

parameterization,

k)

process capability,

l)

Expert collection and disposal of residual and auxiliary substances.

Part A: Discussion

§ 6. (1) The expert interview shall be submitted before the entire examination board.

(2) The expert discussion has to be developed from the practical activity. In this case, the practical knowledge of the test specimen can be determined using technical terms.

(3) The purpose of the topic is to correspond to the purpose of the final examination and the requirements of professional practice. For this purpose, documents relating to machinery, equipment, tools or materials (such as safety data and processing sheets) are to be used. The examination is to be carried out in the form of a conversation that is as lively as possible, with a call for discussion by means of the description of situations or problems.

(4) The expert discussion shall take 20 minutes for each test specimen. It's after 30 minutes to finish. An extension of not more than ten minutes shall be carried out on a case-by-case basis if the examination board is not otherwise able to assess the performance of the test specimen without a doubt.

Part B: Specially written examination

§ 7. (1) The task of the written examination must be carried out at a higher level.

(2) The task is to have the knowledge of the subject matter which is technically and operationally necessary.

1. specialist technology,

2. Technical and Applied Mathematics and

3. Materials Technology

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(3) The tasks shall be carried out in such a way that they can normally be carried out in five hours.

(4) The examination shall be terminated after six hours.

Theoretical examination

General provisions

§ 8. (1) The theoretical examination shall be carried out in writing. It can be carried out jointly for a larger number of test specimens, if this is possible without impairment of the test sequence. The theoretical examination can also be carried out in a computerised form, although all the essential steps for the examination board must be comprehensible.

(2) The theoretical test shall in principle be held prior to the practical examination.

(3) The tasks shall be in accordance with the scope and level of the purpose of the final examination and the requirements of the professional practice. They are to be explained separately to the examinees on the occasion of the task.

(4) The written work of the test specimen shall be marked accordingly.

Applied mathematics

§ 9. (1) After the selection of the examination board, the examination shall include tasks from the following areas:

1.

A simple calculation according to specified data with area and longitudinal calculation, volume and mass calculation as well as percentage and proportional calculation,

2.

basic mechanical calculations (strength, shrinkage, surface stress, power, forces, efficiency, speed),

3.

Invoices from hydraulics and heat,

4.

Mixing calculation,

5.

Calculations for machine design.

(2) The use of formulas, tables and calculation is allowed.

(3) The tasks shall be carried out in such a way that they can normally be carried out in 100 minutes.

(4) The test shall be terminated after 120 minutes.

Specialist

§ 10. (1) The examination shall include the substantive answer to one question in each of the following areas:

1.

Working and processing of semi-finished products and fibre composites,

2.

working methods,

3.

Surface finishing process,

4.

equipment, machinery and equipment, material and part-specific selection and armor,

5.

Maintenance and maintenance of equipment, machinery and equipment,

6.

Regulation and control,

7.

CNC and subject-specific CAD,

8.

Shapes and tools,

9.

Defect analysis and assessment,

10.

functional testing,

11.

quality,

12.

Occupational health and environmental protection.

(2) The subject-specific customer can also be in programmed form with questionnaires. In this case, there are three tasks to be carried out in each area.

(3) The tasks shall be carried out in such a way that they can normally be carried out after 60 minutes.

(4) The test shall be terminated after 80 minutes.

Materials Science

§ 11. (1) The material customer shall include the appropriate implementation of a task in each of the following areas:

1.

Basic principles on the production of raw materials,

2.

Relevant raw materials and excipients,

3.

properties and possible uses,

4.

Defect analysis,

5.

Preparation,

6.

Relevant basic chemical terms,

7.

test method,

8.

Occupational health and environmental protection.

(2) The tasks shall be carried out in such a way that they can normally be carried out in 60 minutes.

(3) The test shall be terminated after 80 minutes.

Repeat Review

§ 12. (1) The final examination (in case of non-compliance with Part B of the practical examination) may be repeated.

(2) If up to three items have been rated "Not enough", the repeat examination shall be limited to the items rated "Not enough".

(3) If more than three items have been rated "Not enough", the entire test shall be repeated.

(4) Part B of the practical test may also be repeated.

Additional Check

§ 13. After successfully completed examination in the teaching profession Bootbauer, plastics moulding, plastics processing, light aircraft manufacturer, model builder, schiermmer or tool construction technology, an additional examination in the apprenticeship profession can be shall be filed. It extends to the test work and the expert discussion. § § 5 and 6 shall apply for the additional examination.

Ratio numbers

§ 14. (1) The following ratios according to § 8 (3) (lit.) shall be used for the training in the teaching profession plastics technology. a of the Vocational Education and Training Act (professionally qualified persons-apprentices):

1.

two apprentices, one to two professionally trained persons,

2.

Another apprentice, who is trained in any other relevant person.

(2) The ratio numbers are apprentices in the last year of their teaching time and apprentices who have been replaced at least two years of teaching, as well as professionally trained persons who are only temporarily or temporarily employed in the holding. are not to be counted.

(3) If apprentices are trained in a holding in more than one teaching profession, persons who are technically relevant for more than one of these teaching occupations shall be counted only on the ratio of one of these teaching occupations. If, however, only one person is employed in one holding, but one for all the relevant teaching professions, he/she shall be employed, subject to compliance with the relevant teaching profession for each of the relevant teaching professions. Ratio numbers-a total of three apprentices will be trained.

(4) A trainers shall be counted as a professionally qualified person in the determination of the ratios referred to in paragraph 1. If, however, he is entrusted with training tasks in more than one teaching profession, he is to be counted as a professionally trained person in the ratio numbers of all the teaching professions in which he trains apprentices.

(5) The following ratios according to § 8 (3) (lit.) shall be used for the training in the teaching profession plastics technology. b of the Vocational Education and Training Act (Ausbilder-Lehrlinge):

1.

Each five apprentices, at least one instructing person, who is not solely responsible for training tasks,

2.

15 apprentices, at least one instructing person, who is solely responsible for training tasks.

(6) However, the ratio in accordance with paragraph 1 may not be exceeded.

(7) A teacher who is responsible for training tasks in more than one teaching profession may-in accordance with the ratios laid down for each of the individual teachers in accordance with § 8 (3) (lit). b of the Vocational Training Act-a total of at most so many apprentices, such as the highest ratio according to § 8 para. 3 lit. b of the Vocational Training Act of the relevant teaching profession.

Evaluation

§ 15. The purpose of training in the teaching profession of plastics technology is to be evaluated with the help of a vocational research institute. Until 31 December 2007, the Federal Vocational Training Advisory Board has issued an opinion (findings, motives report and conclusions) on the transfer of the teaching profession Plastics Technology to the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Labour. . In the event that an opinion is drawn up, no votes shall be taken into account in accordance with Section 31 (7) of the Vocational Training Act.

Transitional provisions

§ 16. (1) Apprentices who, on July 1, 2003, in the teaching profession Plastics Processing according to the training order BGBl. In accordance with the provisions of this Regulation, II No 336/1999 may be further developed and may, up to one year after the end of the apprenticeship period, be subject to examination by the examination regulations laid down in that examination.

(2) Lectures in the first and second year of teaching, which have been completed in the course of the apprenticeship of plastics processing in accordance with the training regulations referred to in paragraph 1, are to be expected to be fully applied to the teaching period in the teaching profession plastics technology.

(3) The Plastics Technology Training Order BGBl. II No 259/2003 shall expire at the end of 31 December 2003.

(4) Teacher's periods in the teaching profession of plastics technology in accordance with the BGBl training regulations. I n ° 259/2003 have been completed and are to be fully attributed to the teaching period in the teaching profession of plastics technology in accordance with this Regulation.

Duration

§ 17. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January January 2004 in force and with the expiry of 30 June 2012.

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