Carpentry Technology Training Regulations

Original Language Title: Tischlereitechnik-Ausbildungsordnung

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22. Ordination of the Federal Minister of Economics and Labour on Vocational Training in the Apprenticeship Apprenticeship in Tischlereitechnik (Tischlereitechnik-trainordnung)

On the basis of § § 8, 24 and 27 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 Tischlereitechnik

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

(2) Training in the teaching profession of joinery equipment may take place until the end of 30 June 2009.

(3) The teaching profession shall be established with the following two priorities:

1.

Production,

2.

Planning.

(4) In the teaching contracts, teaching certificates, teaching certificates and teaching letters, the teaching profession is in the form corresponding to the sex of the apprentil's apprentiate, with the emphasis on training (joinery technicians/production or Tischlereitechnikerin/Production as well as joinery technicians/Planning and/or Tischlereitechnikerin/Planning).

Professional profile

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

Production

1.

Read and apply factory drawings and technical documentation,

2.

Set work steps, working methods and working methods,

3.

Plan and control work processes, assess work results,

4.

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

5.

Select, review and edit required materials,

6.

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

7.

surface treatment and surface finishing,

8.

Detect and correct defects,

9.

Dispose of residual products and dispose of them professionally,

10.

Customer-oriented behavior,

11.

Functional testing and quality control,

12.

Work in accordance with the relevant safety regulations, standards, safety, environmental and quality standards.

Planning

1.

Read and apply factory drawings and technical documentation,

2.

Create and edit plans, drawings and sketches,

3.

Participate in product and manufacturing development, design,

4.

Planning and defining work steps, working methods and working methods,

5.

plan work, taking into account the relevant safety rules, standards, safety, environmental and quality standards;

6.

Select, procure and verify the materials required,

7.

Customer-oriented behavior,

8.

Quality control.

Professional image

§ 3. (1) For the training in the main areas of production or The following occupational profiles shall be laid down. The skills and knowledge referred to shall be conveyed, at the latest in the teaching year referred to in each case, in such a way as to enable the apprentice to pursue qualified activities in the sense of the professional profile, which shall, in particular: Independent planning, carrying out, controlling and optimising.

1. Production:

Pos.

1. Year of Teacher

2. Year of Teacher

3. Year of Teacher

4. Year of Teacher

1.

Basic knowledge of professional ergonomic preparation of the workplace

Knowledge of workplace design

Design of the workplace

Basic knowledge of evaluation

2.

Handling and maintenance of the tools, machinery, equipment, devices, equipment and working methods to be used, with the appropriate use of protective equipment

Knowledge of production-related applications, selection and utilization of the tools, machines, equipment, devices and working methods to be used, with the appropriate use of protective equipment

Production-related selection of tools, machinery, equipment, devices, equipment and working methods to be used, taking account of protective equipment

3.

-

Equipping, adjusting, operating and monitoring woodworking machines, accessories and systems, including using computer-aided systems

4.

Knowledge of the materials and auxiliary materials, their properties, processing, processing and use possibilities as well as their professional storage

Select the materials and auxiliary materials as well as detect defects and defects

5.

-

Basic knowledge of the processing of plastics and metals

Basic knowledge of design-oriented materials and auxiliary materials (especially glass, stone, textiles, paper, ceramics)

6.

-

-

Basic knowledge of materials logistics

Knowledge of materials logistics

7.

-

-

Basic knowledge of building materials

Basic knowledge of building materials and building ecology

8.

Determination of wood

9.

-

Basic knowledge of constructive and chemical wood protection

Knowledge of constructive and chemical wood protection

-

10.

Basic knowledge of work preparation

Basic knowledge of the preparation of work, creation of parts lists, simple optimization of the cut

Work preparation, creation of parts lists, simple cut optimization

11.

-

-

Knowledge of the application possibilities of CNC machining

Applying the CNC technology

12.

-

-

Creating simple CNC programs

Creating CNC programs

13.

Basic knowledge of how to deal with customers

Basic knowledge of communication

-

14.

-

-

Basic knowledge of cooperation opportunities

-

15.

-

-

-

Basic knowledge of construction site coordination

16.

-

-

Basic knowledge of the organisation and cooperation on the construction site

Knowledge of the organisation and cooperation on the construction site

17.

Trade fairs, incentives, planing, sawing, stemmen, drilling, cleaning, grinding, welding, slits, tines, dowels

Measuring, tearing, tearing, planing, sawing, stemmen, drilling, brushing, grinding, welding, joining, slits, tines, dowels, milling, grates, lamelings, glues, gluing

-

-

18.

-

Knowledge of the storage, selection, joining, assembly and pressing of the veneers

-

19.

Veneer

20.

-

Knowledge of the application of coverings

-

-

21.

Basic knowledge of fittings

Knowledge of the use and entry of fittings

Select fittings

22.

-

Entry of fittings

23.

-

Assembly of workpieces, checking the function

24.

Basic knowledge of surface treatment

Knowledge of the surface treatment for preservation and beautification

Knowledge of surface technology

25.

-

Treatment of the surface for preservation and beautification

26.

Reading of drawings and sketches

Reading plans, drawings and sketches

27.

Making sketches

Production of works drawings

-

-

28.

-

-

Taking of natural dimensions

29.

-

Basic knowledge of the organisation and in-company structure of a carpenter's company

Knowledge of the production organization under the aspect of economy

Apply the knowledge of the production organisation from the point of view of the economic lickery

30.

-

-

Basic knowledge of quality management

Knowledge of quality management

31.

-

-

Carrying out simple quality controls

Carrying out quality checks

32.

-

-

Knowledge of measurement techniques

Applying the measurement techniques

33.

Basic knowledge of common structures, in particular in the areas of furniture and interior fittings, doors, gates, portals, windows, window beams, roller shutters, blinds, wall and ceiling panelling, wooden floors and drywall

Knowledge of common design, especially in the areas of furniture and interior fittings, doors, gates, portals, windows, window beams, roller shutters, blinds, wall and ceiling panelling, wooden floors and drywall construction

Apply knowledge about the constructions of the joinery products

34.

Basic knowledge of how to deal with

electric current

-

-

-

35.

-

-

Knowledge and application of relevant assembly and fastening technology also taking into account building physics conditions

36.

-

-

Basic knowledge of the relevant standards and building regulations

37.

-

-

-

Basic knowledge of the subject-specific building physics basics and indoor climate

38.

-

-

Basic knowledge of heat, sound and fire protection

Knowledge of heat, sound and fire protection

39.

-

-

-

Basic knowledge of guarantee, warranty and damages

40.

-

Basic knowledge of defect survey

Notice of defect survey

Rectification of defects

41.

-

Basic knowledge of maintenance

Knowledge of maintenance

Maintenance

42.

Knowledge of the company's specific environmental protection, the possibility of recycling and the essential requirements for the proper disposal of the materials used during operation

43.

Knowledge of the obligations arising from the apprenticeship contract (§ § 9 and 10 of the Vocational Training Act)

44.

Knowledge of the relevant safety rules, in particular on fire protection, as well as other relevant provisions for the protection of life and health, in particular the first aid measures

45.

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

2. Planning

Pos.

1. Year of Teacher

2. Year of Teacher

3. Year of Teacher

4. Year of Teacher

1.

Basic knowledge of professional ergonomic preparation of the workplace

Knowledge of workplace design

Design of the workplace

Basic knowledge of evaluation

2.

Handling and maintenance of the tools, machinery, equipment, devices, equipment and working methods to be used, with the appropriate use of protective equipment

Knowledge of production-related applications, selection and utilization of the tools, machines, equipment, devices and working methods to be used, with the appropriate use of protective equipment

Production-related selection of tools to be used, machines, equipment, devices, devices and working methods, taking into account protective equipment and planning of utilization

3.

-

Equipping, adjusting, operating and monitoring woodworking machines, accessories and systems, including using computer-aided systems

-

-

4.

Knowledge of the materials and auxiliary materials, their properties, processing, processing and use possibilities as well as their professional storage

Selecting the materials and excipients

5.

-

Basic knowledge of the processing of plastics and light metals

Knowledge of design-oriented plant and auxiliary materials (in particular glass, stone, textiles, paper, ceramics)

6.

-

-

Basic knowledge of materials logistics

Knowledge of materials logistics

7.

-

-

Basic knowledge of building materials

Basic knowledge of building materials and building ecology

8.

Determination of wood

9.

-

Basic knowledge of constructive and chemical wood protection

Knowledge of constructive and chemical wood protection

-

10.

Basic knowledge of work preparation

Knowledge of EDP-assisted work preparation

Applying knowledge of EDP-supported work preparation

11.

-

Creating parts lists, simple cut optimization

Creating parts lists, cutting-edge optimization, cutting plans, complicated detailed solutions

12.

-

-

Knowledge of the application possibilities of industry software

Applying industry software

13.

-

-

Knowledge of the application possibilities of CNC machining

Applying the CNC technology

14.

-

-

Creating simple CNC programs

Creating CNC programs

15.

-

-

Knowledge of interface problems

Apply knowledge of interface problems

16.

Basic knowledge of how to deal with customers

Basic knowledge of the communication, presentation and sales techniques

Knowledge of the communication, presentation and sales techniques

17.

-

-

Basic knowledge of cooperation opportunities

Knowledge of cooperation opportunities

18.

Trade fairs, incentives, planing, sawing, stemmen, drilling, cleaning, grinding, welding, slits, tines, dowels

Measuring, tearing, tearing, planing, sawing, stemmen, drilling, brushing, grinding, welding, joining, slits, tines, dowels, milling, grates, lamelings, glues and gluing

-

-

19.

-

Knowledge of the storage, selection, joining, assembly and pressing of the veneers

-

-

20.

-

Veneer

-

-

21.

-

Basic knowledge of the application of deposits

Knowledge of the application of coverings

-

22.

Basic knowledge of fittings

Knowledge of the use and entry of fittings

Select fittings

23.

-

Entry of fittings

-

-

24.

-

Assembly of workpieces, checking the function

-

25.

Basic knowledge of surface treatment

Knowledge of the surface treatment for preservation and beautification

Knowledge of surface technology

26.

-

Treatment of the surface for preservation and beautification

-

27.

-

-

Knowledge and application of relevant assembly and fastening technology also taking into account building physics conditions

28.

Reading of drawings and sketches

Reading plans, drawings and sketches

29.

Making sketches

Making simple works drawings

EDV-assisted production of factory drawings and plans (CAD)

30.

-

-

Production of drafts and perspectives

31.

-

-

Knowledge of the basics of space design

32.

-

-

-

Project planning of spatial solutions

33.

-

-

Basic knowledge of the product design, the design and the functionality

Knowledge of the product design, the design and the functionality

34.

-

-

Taking of natural dimensions

35.

-

Basic knowledge of the organisation and in-company structure of a carpenter's company

Knowledge of the production organization under the aspect of economy

Apply the knowledge of the production organization from the point of view of cost-effectiveness

36.

-

-

Knowledge of the implementation of quality controls

37.

Basic knowledge of common structures, in particular in the areas of furniture and interior fittings, doors, gates, portals, windows, window beams, roller shutters, blinds, wall and ceiling panelling, wooden floors and drywall

Knowledge of common structures, in particular in the areas of furniture and interior fittings, doors, gates, portals, windows, window beams, roller shutters, blinds, wall and ceiling panelling, wooden floors and drywall construction.

Apply knowledge about the constructions of the joinery products

38.

Basic knowledge of how to deal with

electric current

-

-

-

39.

-

-

Basic knowledge of the relevant standards and building regulations

40.

-

-

-

Basic knowledge of subject-specific building physics basics and indoor climate

41.

-

-

Basic knowledge of heat, sound and fire protection

Knowledge of heat, sound and fire protection

42.

-

-

Basic knowledge of cost accounting and calculation

Knowledge of cost accounting and calculation

43.

-

-

-

Basic knowledge of guarantee, warranty and damages

44.

-

Basic knowledge of defect survey

Notice of defect survey

-

45.

-

Basic knowledge of maintenance

Knowledge of maintenance

-

46.

Knowledge of the company's specific environmental protection, the possibility of recycling and the essential requirements for the proper disposal of the materials used during operation

47.

Knowledge of the obligations arising from the apprenticeship contract (§ § 9 and 10 of the Vocational Training Act)

48.

Knowledge of the relevant safety rules, in particular on fire protection, as well as other relevant provisions for the protection of life and health, in particular the first aid measures

49.

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 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.

(3) The theoretical examination comprises the subjects of applied mathematics, subject-matter and trade mark.

(4) The theoretical examination shall not apply if the candidate for the examination is to achieve the target 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 Commission, taking into account the centre of gravity of the training. The implementation shall be carried out in the form of a project in the form that the test piece 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.

Equipping machines,

2.

Machine machining with CNC using the protective devices and personal protective equipment,

3.

Manufacture of wood joints,

4.

Treat the surface,

5.

Assemble,

6.

Beating and fitting,

7.

Verify the function

8.

Carry out quality checks.

(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 7 hours.

(3) The test work shall be terminated after 8 hours.

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

1.

Correct selection of materials and auxiliary materials,

2.

Dimensional accuracy, angular and flatness,

3.

surface,

4.

Use the right tools and machines

5.

Proper assembly,

6.

function and quality,

7.

Total optical impression.

Part A: Discussion

§ 6. (1) The expert discussion is to 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 expressions.

(3) The purpose of the topic is to correspond to the purpose of the final examination and the requirements of professional practice. In this case, documents can be used on machines, devices, tools and materials (e.g. safety data and processing sheets). The examination is to be carried out in the form of a conversation that is as lively as possible, by means of a discussion of situations or problems, and begins with the presentation of the project work by the candidate.

(4) The expert discussion shall take 30 minutes for each examination candidate. It's to finish after 45 minutes. 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. Specials

.

(3) In the case of tasks in the subject areas of specialist technology and specialist drawing, the examination board is responsible for the training focus (production and/or production). Planning) To take care of it.

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

(5) The examination shall be terminated after seven hours.

Theoretical examination

General provisions

§ 8. (1) The theoretical examination must 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.

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

Applied mathematics

§ 9. (1) The test shall include a simple computer-aided calculation according to specified data, with the following calculations being carried out:

1.

Area and length calculation,

2.

Volum and mass calculation,

3.

Percent and Proporation Bill,

4.

Basic bills from machine science,

5.

Calculations from building physics.

(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 90 minutes.

(4) The test shall be terminated after 105 minutes.

Specialist

§ 10. (1) The examination shall include, in the production unit production, the answer to one question from all the following fields:

1.

plant and excipients,

2.

tools and working tools,

3.

Machinery and equipment,

4.

Detachable and unsolvable connections,

5.

surface treatment,

6.

logistics,

7.

Transport, assembly, construction site,

8.

Relevant standards and building regulations,

9.

Quality controls and quality management,

10.

functions,

11.

Constructions,

12.

Physical fundamentals,

13.

Industry software, CAD and CNC,

14.

intra-company organization, production monitoring,

15.

Basic principles of worker protection and environmental protection, in particular the disposal of waste and waste.

(2) In the course of the planning training, the examination shall include the substantive answer to one question from all the following areas:

1.

plant and excipients,

2.

tools and working tools,

3.

Machinery and equipment,

4.

Detachable and unsolvable connections,

5.

surface treatment,

6.

design criteria,

7.

Planning bases,

8.

the processing of calls for tenders,

9.

Relevant standards and building regulations,

10.

quality and quality management,

11.

functions,

12.

Constructions,

13.

Physical fundamentals,

14.

Industry software, CAD and CNC.

(3) 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.

(4) The tasks shall be carried out in such a way that they can normally be carried out in 90 minutes.

(5) The test shall be terminated after 105 minutes.

Specialize

§ 11. (1) The examination has to include the production of a hands-free detailed sketch as well as a CAD work drawing according to given specifications in the production center production.

(2) The task shall be to be carried out in such a way that it can normally be carried out in 120 minutes.

(3) The test shall be terminated after 140 minutes.

§ 12. (1) The examination has to include the preparation of a design sketch, a free hand drawing as well as a CAD drawing in 3D according to given specifications in the training focus.

(2) The task shall be to be carried out in such a way that it can normally be carried out in 150 minutes.

(3) The test shall be terminated after 180 minutes.

Repeat Review

§ 13. (1) The final examination (in case of non-compliance with Part B of the written examination) can 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

§ 14. After Successfully completed apprenticeship examination in the teaching profession, carpenter, carpenter, binder, boat builder, dogmaker, prefabricated house manufacturer, wood and sawmill technician, light aircraft manufacturer, model builder, Wagner and carpenter can carry out an additional examination in the teaching profession Tischlereitechnik with a focus on production or with a focus on the planning of training. It extends to the objects "test work" and "expert discussion". § § 5 and 6 apply mutatily for the additional examination.

Ratio numbers

§ 15. (1) The ratio regulations of § 8 of the Vocational Training Act with the deviating provisions laid down below are applicable to the training in the teaching profession Tischlereitechnik with regard to § 8 (1) and (2) of the Vocational Training Act:

(2) The following ratios concerning the ratio of the number of apprentices to the number of persons involved in the holding shall be determined for the training in the teaching profession of the table-learning technique:

1.

one to two professionally trained persons

Two apprentices

2.

a further subject-specific person trained in the relevant subject

another apprentice

(3) 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.

Evaluation

§ 16. Until the end of 31 December 2008, the Federal Vocational Training Advisory Board has issued an opinion (findings, motives report and conclusions) on the transfer of the teaching profession joinery technology into the regular training to the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology. Work to be reimbursed. 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.

Duration

§ 17. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 July 2004 and with the expiry of the 30 June 2013 period.

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