Modification Of The Ordinance On Curricula For Vocational Schools; Notice The Curriculum For Religious Education

Original Language Title: Änderung der Verordnung über die Lehrpläne für Berufsschulen; Bekanntmachung der Lehrpläne für den Religionsunterricht

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272 regulation of the Federal Minister for education, art and culture changes with the Ordinance, the curricula for vocational schools; Notice the curriculum for religious education

Article 1

Modification of the Ordinance on curricula for vocational schools

On the basis of the school Organization Act, Federal Law Gazette No. 242/1962, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 75/2013, in particular its articles 6 and 47, is prescribed:

Ordinance of the Federal Minister for education and art about the curricula for vocational schools, Federal Law Gazette No. 430/1976, as last amended by the regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 224/2010, is amended as follows:

1. in article 1, no. 1 is the line



"Road maintenance professional:"



Appendix A/1/16 "



the line of



"Road expert maintenance / road specialist conservation:"



Appendix A/1/16 "



replaced.

2. paragraph 1 Z 2: "2. for the teachings of the apparel trade, decorators industries and the leather industry, namely for apparel design:"



Appendix A/2/1



Saddlery:



Appendix A/2/2



Gold, silver and Pearl stickers, Großmaschinsticker, Maschinsticker:



Appendix A/2/3



Glovers:



Appendix A/2/4



Upholsterer/Polsterin:



Appendix A/2/5



Upholsterer and Decorator/Tapeziererin and decorator:



Appendix A/2/6



Textile-mesh technology, Web technology:



Appendix A/2/7



Posamentierer:



Annex A/2/8



Apparel-finished:



Appendix A/2/9



Bodice producers:



Annex A/2/10



Top producers judge, shoe, shoe manufacturing, orthopaedic boot and Shoemaker:



Annex A/2/11



Knitwear producers, Weber:



Annex A/2/12 "3. § 1 Z 4 is:" 4 for the teachings of the areas of electrical engineering and electronics, namely for electrical engineering: "



Appendix A/4/1



Electronics:



Appendix A/4/2



Electric machine technology:



Appendix A/4/3



Information technology computer science, technology:



Appendix A/4/4



Mechatronics:



Appendix A/4/5



Event technology:



Appendix A/4/6 ' 4. § 1 Z 7 is the line



"Glass technology:"



Appendix A/7/1 "



preceded as the first line.

5. in section 1, no. 9 is the line:



"Office Office clerk, real estate businessman, industry industrial clerk, Administrative Assistant/Administrative Assistant / real estate, law firm paralegal/legal Office Assistant, purchasing/buyer, personnel services, accounting:"



Appendix A/9/3 "



the line of



"Office Office clerk, real estate businessman, industry industrial clerk, Administrative Assistant/Administrative Assistant / real estate, law firm paralegal/legal Office Assistant, purchasing/buyer, personnel services, tax assistance, sports administration:"



Appendix A/9/3 "



replaced.



6. in section 1 9 Z account for the lines



"Druggist:"



Appendix A/9/6 "



and



"Garden Center businessman:"



Annex A/9/15 "7. § 1 Z 11 are the rows



"Painters:"



Appendix A/11/1 "



"Painter and painting:"



Appendix A/11/2 "



with the lines



"Painting technique:"



Appendix A/11/1 "



"Painting and coating technician/painter and coating technician:"



Appendix A/11/2 "



replaced.

8. in section 1, the line is eliminated Z 12



"Bunny:"



Appendix A/12/2 ' 9 § 1 Z 13 is: "13 for the teaching of area of metal (installation), for installation and building technology:"



Appendix A/13/1 "10 § 1 Z 15 is:" 15 for the teachings of area of metal (mechanic professions), namely for production technicians: "



Appendix A/15/1



Gunsmiths, gun mechanics:



Appendix A/15/2



Automotive technology:



Appendix A/15/3



Construction machinery, agricultural machinery technician:



Appendix A/15/4



Scale manufacturer:



Appendix A/15/5



Watchmaker:



Appendix A/15/6



Packaging:



Appendix A/15/7



Surgery instrument producers:



Annex A/15/8



Light aircraft manufacturers:



Appendix A/15/9



Crystal grinding technology:



Annex A/15/10



Textile mechanics:



Annex A/15/11



Refrigeration system:



Annex A/15/12 ' 11. § 1 Z 16 is the line



"Gold - and silversmith and jeweller, precious stone:"



Appendix A/16/1 "



the line of



"Gold - and silversmith and jeweller:"



Appendix A/16/1 "



replaced.

12 paragraph 1 Z 17: "17 for the teachings of area of metal (metal technology professions), namely for metal technology:"



Appendix A/17/1



Shipbuilders:



Appendix A/17/2



Sun protection technology:



Appendix A/17/3



Ski producers:



Appendix A/17/5



Metallurgical plant locksmith:



Appendix A/17/6



Metal processing:



Appendix A/17/7 ' 13 § 1 No. 19 is: "19 for the teachings of the textile production area for textile Chemistry:"



Appendix A/19/1 14. In section 1, no. 21 is the line



"Photographer:"



Appendix A/21/1 "



the line of



"Professional photographer/professional photographer:"



Appendix A/21/1 "



replaced.

15. in section 1, Z 22 is the line



"Paper engineer:"



Appendix A/22/2 "



the line of



"Paper technology:"



Appendix A/22/2 "



replaced.

16 24 the following paragraph is added to article the 4:

"(24) the following provisions of this regulation and the schedule to this Regulation as amended by regulation Federal Law Gazette II No. 272/2013 become as follows or override: 1. § 1 Z 1, 2, 4, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 19, 21 and 22, attachment A, section III subsections C, F and J, the equipment A/1/15" , A/1/16, A/2/1, A/2/5, A/2/6, A/3/3, A/4/1, A/4/2, A/4/6, A/7/1, A/11/1, A/11/2, A/11/3, A/11/4, A/15/3, A/17/1, A/17/7, A/19/1, A/21/1, A/21/2, A/22/2, the heading and content changes of Appendix A/16/1 as well as the heading and sections I and III of the Appendix A/9/3 step with regard to the 1st and 2nd class at the end of the day of the by-laws, with respect to the 3rd grade with 1 September 2014 and in the 4th grade with 1 September 2015 in force;

2. the equipment A/4/4, A/4/5, A/15/1, A/15/10, A/17/2, A/17/3 and A/17/5, concerning the name appear at the end of the day of the by-laws in force;

3 II step the equipment A/4/4, A/9/6, A/9/15, A/12/2, A/13/2, A/15/1, A/15/13, A/15/14, A/17/2, A/17/3, A/17/4, A/17/5, A/17/10, A/19/1, A/19/2 and A/19/3 in which, before the amendment BGBl. No. 272 / 2013 amended with regard to the 1st and 2nd class at the end of the day of the announcement , with regard to the 3rd grade at the end of the 31 August 2014 and with regard to the 4th grade at the end of the 31 August 2015 override.

The regulations of the boards may be adopted already at the end of the day of the by-laws; they may not be used however in force before the entry into force of the relevant appendix."

17 in Appendix A (General provisions, the General educational objective, general didactic principles, teaching principles and common subjects of vocational schools) section III (education and teaching, curriculum, didactic principles of individual common subjects), the subsection is C (work-related foreign language):

"C. occupational foreign language

Education and teaching task:

Students to cope with situations of professional and personal environment in the foreign language.

You should, if necessary, by using dictionaries - understand heard and read and express themselves both orally and in writing accordingly.

You should be aware of the importance of foreign languages for the development of their personal and professional communication and skills.

You should value people of other cultures and linguistic communities and their way of life and take care.

You should independently apply the acquired knowledge and skills in the sense of "lifelong learning" and the individual education planning and continue to develop.

You should consolidate their entry level in the "personal and professional environment" in the 4 core competencies and develop, where the level of independent users B1 in accordance with the guidelines of the Council of Europe (European framework of reference - common European framework of reference for languages) established standards for language proficiency to pursue to the is.

The competencies that should acquire the students follow the internationally standardized competency levels A1, A2 and B1, where the attainment by the individual prior knowledge as well as the available classes is determined.

Competence level A1

The students can - understand familiar everyday expressions and very basic phrases and use that on the concrete needs to aim, - introduce themselves and others and ask questions about the person other people and give on questions of this kind of response, - communicate easily, if the other person talks slowly and clearly and is prepared to help.

Grid for the skill areas of competence level A1

Hearing

The pupils can understand familiar words and very basic phrases which refer to itself, the family or on concrete things around them, provided it is spoken slowly and clearly.

Read

The pupils can understand familiar names, words and very simple sentences, E.g. on notices and posters or in catalogues.

Talk

The students can - agree on easy way if the interlocutor or the interview partner is ready to repeat more slowly or differently to say, and helps to formulate what he or she is trying to say - ask simple questions and answer, unless it is immediately necessary things and very familiar topics.


-use simple phrases and sentences to describe people who they know, and to describe where they live.

To write

The students can enter - E.g. holiday greetings, write a short, simple postcard, - name, address, nationality, etc. on forms (E.g. in hotels).

Competence level A2

The students can - understand sentences and frequently used expressions are related (E.g. information about the person and the family, shopping, work, surrounding) areas very directly relevant, - in simple, routine situations communicate, where a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and familiar things, - with simple means the own origins and education , describe the direct surroundings and things related to immediate needs.

Grid for the skill areas of competence level A2

Hearing

The students can - understand individual sentences and the most commonly used words, when it comes to important things (E.g. very simple information to the person and the family, shopping, work, surrounding area) - understand the main point in short, clear, simple messages and announcements.

Read

The students can - read very short, simple texts, find specific, predictable information in simple everyday material (E.g., ads, brochures, menus and timetables) and understand short simple personal letters.

Talk

The students can – in simple, routine situations but usually not enough to even understand understanding where it comes to a simple and direct exchange of information and to familiar topics and activities, - a very short contact conversation, keeping the conversation going - with a number of sets and with simple means such as the family, other people, the housing situation , Describe training and current or last occupation.

To write

Students can write - write short, simple notes and messages, - a very simple personal letter, eg to thank for something.

Competence level B1

The students can - the main points understand clear standard language is used and when it comes to familiar things from work, school, leisure, etc - handle most situations, confronted those traveling in the speaking world, - is easy and speak coherently about familiar topics and personal areas of interest, - report on experiences and events, describe goals and plans and views short justifications or explanations give.

Grid for the skill areas of competence level B1

Hearing

The students can refer to - understand the main points of clear standard language is used, and when it comes to familiar things from work, school, leisure, etc., - the main information many radio or TV programmes on current affairs or topics of the own profession or area of interest, when the delivery is relatively slow and clear.

Read

The pupils can understand texts that consist mainly of high frequency everyday or job-related language appears, - understand private letters, is reported in which events, feelings and wishes.

Talk

The students can related topic, express in particular in professional discussions, at normal speaking speed and initiative participate in class discussions.

To write

Students can create notes and concepts for the free speech patterns write simple letters, simply combine listening and reading texts.

 

Level of competence for students, who are preparing for the Berufsreifeprüfung exam

Students who are preparing for the Berufsreifeprüfung exam, should deal with the following described, linguistic skills and knowledge in which in accordance with the common European framework of reference for languages - competence level B2 -.

Competence level B2

The students can - understand the main ideas of complex texts on concrete and abstract topics and understand well discussions, in its own special area - so spontaneously and fluently communicate, that there's a good chance for a normal conversation with native speakers without greater effort on both sides, - to a wide range of topics in detail and clearly expressed, explain a position on a current issue and specify the advantages and disadvantages of various options.

Grid for the skill areas of competence level B2

Hearing

The students can - with some effort follow conversations, carried in her or his presence by persons with this first language (E.g. understanding of interviews), - understand the main thrust of content and linguistically complex lectures, speeches, reports, and other academic or professional presentations, - hear information from public announcements (E.g. on travel or events), - understand in detail technical information (such as user manuals or specifications for familiar products and services) , Understand which one normally in social and professional life, or in the training meets - recordings in standard language and capture not only the information content, but also positions and settings of the opponent – understand the standard language in movies, soap operas, documentaries, live interviews, unless the topic is familiar (E.g. creating notes and charts on the basis of a video sequence).

Read

The students can - quickly browse and find important information (eg a programme of events read and answer questions), long and complex texts - quickly the content and the importance of news, articles, reports and other documents on a wide range of professional topics record and decide whether is worth a more accurate reading, - longer texts according to desired information search and gather information from various texts or parts of text , to solve a specific task (E.g. words with specific meaning from a text to find out), - with the occasional aid of the dictionary information understand private and professional correspondence that relates to the colloquial or familiar work area, - articles and reports on current issues in which the writers a certain attitude or a particular point of view represented, read and understand - from specialized sources of own Department , Thoughts and opinions can be found - articles that go beyond that of the own territory with the help of the dictionary to check understanding of the terminology, read and understand selected texts - long and complex instructions in their own fields and detailed rules or warnings, provided difficult passages can be read several times, understand - understand, - in texts with topics from the own subject or area of interest opens up unknown words from the context , - a variety of strategies employ in order to secure the understanding: include that she or he pays attention on key issues and verifies the understanding of the text based on clues from the context.

Talk

The students can - talks about a variety of education and training issues or about her or his areas of interest fluently and spontaneously lead and thereby clearly expressing also views, feelings, intentions or desires (eg interviews about the working environment in an operating result), - are in familiar situations participate actively in formal and informal discussions and meetings, where she or he takes position , presents a point of view clearly, different proposals assessed, prepares hypotheses or respond to hypotheses, politely expressing beliefs and opinions, approval and rejection, - contribute to progress of a work process or joint solutions to a problem, explain why something is a problem, discuss what next should do, compare alternatives and each other to make, - negotiations run and linguistically cope with situations, where it is going , a solution to negotiate (to determine as a question of guilt, to arrange a refund and to stake out the boundaries for concessions), - talks about local services cope with (E.g. booking a trip or accommodation or dealing with authorities during a stay abroad),-deal with less routine linguistic situations (eg, visit an post office, a Bank, a business, unwinding a complaint process),-complex information and advice relating to all things that have to do with everyday life and professional , understand and share, - summarize detailed information and arguments from different sources and reliably pass, - effective and fluid there is a conversation of interview, spontaneously depart from prepared questions, dwell on interesting answers and ask, take the initiative in an interview interview - without many props or impulses of the interviewer or interviewer -, thoughts run and develop

a comprehensive theme well structured and clearly present and highlight this significant points and relevant supporting details, deviating from the prepared text and respond to inquiries, to a topic or a problem within the own interests and subject matter the advantages and disadvantages of various options argue with each other in relationship and convincingly represent a point of view, - describe various processes, rules explain complex instructions or instructions give , so that others then can act, so combine content from different sources, that the gist becomes clear the listeners and listeners - fluent, clearly and in detail about experiences and report experiences, ideas or readings from the private and professional environment, goals and objectives precisely formulate.

To write

The students can - real or fictitious events and experiences represent clearly, vividly and reader-friendly, - write clear, well-structured reports, articles and argumentative texts on complex topics from the own interests and expertise and thereby highlight key points, - positions represent in detail and support subitems, suitable examples or reasons, - in written communications tell (E.g., in the private and public sector news share with , Expressing thoughts about abstract or cultural topics such as music and film, or give or ask for information), - practically expressed in areas relevant to the subject area of job-related written communication and flexibility relating to the respective recipients and recipients, information summarise in writing on topics of interests - and faculty from different sources clockwise Bowmore and clear form, - present itself in writing (E.g. a CV and a cover letter writing) , customize - clear, well-understandable summary notes, logs, or reports (E.g., by lectures or meetings), - notes directly relevant information for private and professional use write and clearly making the important (E.g. writing an Internet blog).

Curriculum:

The following topics are to handle in terms of the stated education and teaching task of increasing difficulty:

Personalized experience and updates:

Self representation. Family and friends. Residential. Health and social services. Location info. Leisure. Travel and tourism. Shopping. Food and beverages. National and international current affairs, focusing on the youth culture.

Professional environment:

Job and training. Profession specific correspondence. Europass - curriculum vitae and interview. Safety and environmental protection.

Occupation (for the systems A/1/1 to A/1/17):

Basic concepts of construction technology. Building materials and construction materials. Tools, machines and devices. Construction sites. Construction planning and building process. Buildings. Building ecology. Blueprints and construction drawings. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - and customer consulting.

Occupation (for the systems A/2/1 and A/2/12):

Basic concepts of fashion and clothing technology. Natural, synthetic and mixed materials. Care, cleaning and tools. Tools, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring instruments. Clothing and occupation-specific products. Colors. Design development. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - customer advice and support.

Occupation (for the systems A/3/1-A/3/10):

Basic concepts of chemistry and environmental engineering. Chemicals and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, devices and equipment. Measuring and testing instruments. Preparations. Chemical processes. Waste management and recycling. Working procedures and techniques. Simple customers and customer conversations.

Occupation (for the systems A/4/1 to A/4/6):

Basic concepts of electrical engineering and electronics. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, devices and equipment. Computer and communication systems. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - and customer service

Occupation (for the systems A/5/1-A/5/3):

Basic concepts of Botany. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines and devices. Flowers and plants. Cultures and care. Interior and landscape design. Designs and drawings. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - customer advice and support.

Garden and green area design - focus Greenkeeping basic concepts of the game of golf. Materials, spare parts. Lawn grasses and diseases. Conversion table. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the unit A/5/4):

Basic concepts of zoology. Devices, equipment and work AIDS. Animals. Animal husbandry. Animal breeding. Animal diseases. Examination and treatment methods. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the systems A/6/1 to A/6/11):

Basic concepts of nutrition and health. Food and food products. Goods and products. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Tourism and service. Recipes. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - customer advice and support.

Occupation (for the systems A/7/1 to A/7/5):

Basic concepts of glass - and Keramtechnik. Works and auxiliary materials. Materials and colors. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Glass, ceramic and porcelain products. Design development. Design and working drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the systems A/8/1 to 8/A/6):

Basic concepts of graphics and media technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and procedures. Computer and communication systems. Design development. Drafts and designs. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - customer advice and support.

Occupation (for equipment A/9/1, A/9/2 and A/9/14):

Basic terms of trade. Business equipment and materials. Computer and communication systems. Goods. Buying and selling. Advertising and presentation.

Occupation (for the systems A/9/3 and A/9/4):

Basic concepts of Office organisation, Office or banking institution and working materials. Processing of the purchase contract. Computer and communication systems. Requests, offers, orders and agreements. Delivery and payment. Customers - customer advice and support.

Occupation (for Annex A/9/7):

Basic concepts of photography. Business equipment and materials. Computer and communication systems. Audio and video technology. Goods. Buying and selling. Advertising and presentation. Customers and customer service and support.

Professional (for the systems A/9/10 and A/9/11): freight forwarding clerk basic concepts of the transport industry. Business facilities and materials. Computer and communication systems. Modes of transport. Transportation geography. Customs. Buying and selling.

Forwarding logistics, warehouse logistics concepts of warehouse logistics. Business facilities and materials. Computer and communication systems. Logistic processes in the company.

Occupation (for the conditioning A/9/12):

Basic terms of insurance. Office furniture and work equipment. Computer and communication systems. Insurance contracts. Buying and selling. Customers - customer advice and support. Notification of loss.

Occupation (for the conditioning A/9/13):

Basic concepts of the automotive and transport industry. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Rules of conduct, assistance, accident report and repair measures. Location info. Travel routes. Road maps and city maps. Weather and road conditions. Traffic rules. Traffic signs. Loading and dangerous goods. Freight and customs documents. Cards. Registration and license plate. Contracts of carriage and insurance. Payment transactions. Agency contacts. Customers - customer advice and support.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/9/16):

Basic concepts of pharmacy, botany and medicinal herbs. Office furniture and work equipment. Business equipment and materials. Computer and communication systems. Goods. Buying and selling. Advertising and presentation.

Occupation (for the systems A/10/1 to A/10/9):

Basic concepts of wood and plastic technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Parts and products. Plans, designs, and occupation-specific drawings. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - customer advice and support.

Occupation (for the systems A/11/1 to A/11/4):

Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Color and aesthetics. Plans, designs, and occupation-specific drawings. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - customer advice and support.

Occupation (for the systems A/12/1 and A/12/3):

Basic concepts of sheet metal processing. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Parts and products. Manufacturing drawings. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - and customer conversation.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/13/1):

Fundamentals of air conditioning and plumbing. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Plumbing, heating and ventilation systems. Installation technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - customer advice and support.

Occupation (for the systems A/14/1 and A/14/3):

Basic concepts of casting and model technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Parts and products. Manufacturing drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the systems A/15/1):


Basic concepts of mechanics and electronics. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Work and power machines. Machine elements. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - customer advice and support.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/15/2):

Basic concepts of weapons technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Weapons, target equipment and munitions. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the systems A/15/3 and A/15/4):

Fundamentals of automotive technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Motor vehicles and unit groups. Work and power machines. Basic concepts of car electrics and electronics. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - and customer service calls.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/15/5):

Basic concepts of mechanics and electronics. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Scales, types and classes. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the conditioning A/15/6):

Basic concepts of mechanics and electronics. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Watches, systems and components. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - customer service and support

Occupation (for Annex A/15/7):

Basic concepts of mechanics and electronics. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Types of packaging and machines. Working procedures and techniques. Simple customers and customer conversations.

Occupation (for the conditioning A/15/8):

Basic concepts of mechanics and electronics. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Surgical and medical instruments. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/15/9):

Basic concepts of flying technique. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Aircraft, engines and airborne equipment. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the conditioning A/15/10):

Basics of Crystal grinding technology. Crystal glass, gemstones, plant and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - and customer conversation.

Occupation (for the conditioning A/15/11):

Basic terms of in textile technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Textile machinery. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the conditioning A/15/12):

Fundamentals of refrigeration of plant. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Refrigeration and cooling equipment. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the systems A/16/1):

Fundamentals of Gemmology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Parts and products. Working procedures and techniques. Technical drawing. Customers - and customer conversation.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/16/2):

Fundamentals of surface technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Parts and products. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/16/3):

Basic concepts of Metalldesigntechnik. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Parts and products. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for Annex A/17/1 and A/17/7):

Fundamentals of metal technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Metal and metal construction. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/17/2):

Basic concepts of marine technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Ship construction. Ship operations. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/17/3):

Basic concepts of sun-shading technologies. Metal art and AIDS. Textile fabrics. Construction materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Sun-blind systems. Additional facilities. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/17/4):

Basic concepts of tool-building technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Parts and products. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/17/5):

Basic concepts of ski technique. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Ski types. Standardisation. Parameters. Construction and components. Manufacturing. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - and customer conversation.

Occupation (for the conditioning A/17/6):

Fundamentals of metallurgical technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Blast furnace and steel plant. Rolling mill. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the systems A/18/1, A/18/2, A/18/4 and 18/5):

Basic concepts of physics and technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Material test systems. Technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - and customer conversations.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/18/3):

Fundamentals of measurement technology. Computer and communication systems. Measuring and testing instruments. Surveys. Geodetic drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the systems A/19/1 and A/19/2):

Basic terms of in textile technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Devices, equipment and machinery. Measuring and testing instruments. Textiles. Designs. Color and aesthetics. Design drawings. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - and customer conversation.

Occupation (for the systems A/20/1 to A/20/5):

Basic concepts of music theory. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, equipment and work AIDS. Musical instruments. Music history. Working drawings. Working procedures and techniques. Simple customers and customer consultations

Occupation (for the Appendix A/21/1):

Basic concepts of photography. Materials and AIDS. Facilities, equipment, cameras and work AIDS. Photography and film. Recording and elaboration. Image compositions and design concepts. Working procedures and techniques. Digital photography. Customers - customer advice and support.

Occupation (for conditioning A/21/2):

Basics of optics. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, devices. Measuring and testing equipment. Optical instruments and equipment. Customers - and customer conversations and advice.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/21/3):

Basic concepts of Otiatrie. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, devices, equipment and work AIDS. Measuring and testing instruments. Hearing aids and otoplastische devices. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - and customer conversations and advice.

Occupation (for the systems A/22/1 and A/22/2):

Basics of in paper technology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines, devices and equipment. Products, types and use. Designs and technical drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/23/1):

Basic concepts of biology. Materials, tools and goods. Tools and equipment. Work AIDS and salons. Hair and skin treatments. Working procedures and techniques. Customer service and support. Cutting techniques.

Occupation (for annexes A/23/2 and A/23/3):

Basic concepts of biology. Materials, tools and goods. Tools and equipment. Work AIDS and salons. Foot care, leg cosmetic and massage. Skin, hair and body care. Working procedures and techniques. Customers - and customer consulting.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/23/4):

Basic concepts of Anatomy and physiology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines and devices. Measuring and testing instruments. Prosthetics and orthodontics. Hygiene and health. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the Appendix A/23/5):

Basic concepts of Anatomy and physiology. Works and auxiliary materials. Tools, machines and devices. Prosthetics, orthotics and rehabilitation AIDS. Works and orthopedic drawings. Working procedures and techniques.

Occupation (for the conditioning A/23/6):

Basic concepts of sports biology and nutrition. Concepts of movement and exercise science. Goods. Buying and selling. Customers - customer advice and support.

Didactic principles:

To ensure the achievement of the educational and teaching task is to proceed from the knowledge and the experience field of pupils and students. It is recommended to raise the level of knowledge and skills on the basis of the common European framework of reference.

A differentiation can be reflected in the level of the individual objectives within the competence level A1, A2 and B1, as well as in the degree of assistance.

Basically should be done always according to the principle "of simple tasks to the complex task". Building on a common basic offering for all pupils get more complex tasks, which should be accessible but also for low-end pupils more powerful students.


Main criteria for the selection of the curriculum are the applicability to situations of professional and private environment of the pupils and students, taking into account their interests and needs, and the needs of in-service and the reference to contents of professional education.

Students should be motivated by a variety of linguistic communicative use of the foreign language offerings and instructed.

The treatment of the topics to using foreign language listening and reading texts on encounters with people from different cultural and linguistic communities prepare the students and give them pleasure.

The communicative skills promoted electronic media through extensive use of a foreign language as the language of instruction, as well as through use of listening texts on phonograms and films and from the Internet and others, E.g. by telephone - and sales calls, technical discussions, interviews, radio and television reports and educational games.

The use of specific original texts promotes not only the reading comprehension, but increasingly also the practical relevance, E.g. operating, maintenance and repair manuals, ads, product - and use information, business letters, journals, electronic text types, professional software and others.

Suitable for training the speaking skills particularly partner exercises and group work, role-playing, discussions and performing pupils - and student discussions. The best results are obtained when the joy of communication performance take precedence over the Sprachrichtigkeit.

Insights into the grammar of a foreign language and the learning of vocabulary is most effectively arise from processing authentic texts and communicative situations.

Positive feedback to pupils and students, as well as self-assessment by pupils and students make aware (or visible) individual learning progress, increase self confidence and increase the willingness to learn.

To improve the opportunities of pupils, who have no or little prior knowledge of the foreign language, assessing learning progress in the foreground occurs in the mediation of the syllabus. The focus of education for these students is on developing the linguistic skills.

"Schoolwork: two or one in each level only for the equipment A/9/1 to A/9/4, A/9/7, A/9/8 and A/9/10 and A/9/14, provided that the extent of the hours at the concerned level is at least 40 or 20 lessons."

18. in Annex A, section III, sub-section is F (foreign language):

"F. modern foreign language education and teaching task: the students can expand their word and phrase treasure from the everyday and professional life and good sources of information."

Can take written and oral position on topical issues in the society and their professional lives.

The competencies that should acquire the students follow the internationally standardized competency levels A1, A2, B1 and B2. The achievement of the levels of competence depends on when choosing a living foreign language that is already intended as work-related foreign language in its curriculum subjects Canon of the level, which should be sought or achieved in the context of professional education. Is selected as a foreign language a foreign language, which is not intended as professional foreign language in its curriculum subjects Canon, the competence level A1 should be aspired.

Curriculum: Language:

Spelling and meaning of words and phrases. Basic grammatical structures. Use of dictionaries.

Sources of information:

Useful libraries, literature and media.

Oral communication:

Extension of the word and phrase treasure. Speech exercises with preparation. Conversation exercises. Free communication.

Written communication:

Conception. Outline. Formal and substantive aspects.

Creative writing:

Treatment of topics from the experience of pupils and students: treatment of socially relevant and professional topics.

Didactic principles: main criterion for the selection of the curriculum is the contribution to the oral and written communication skills in the foreign language.

The knowledge of pupils / students allow from the outset to use the foreign language as a language of instruction. The precedence of cognitive skills and promoting the speech before linguistic perfection is to give the mediation of communicative competence. It is important that the oral skills are practiced regularly. This is supported by the exchange between individual, partner and group work, and on the other by a varied design of teaching on the one hand. Authentic materials, relevant school events and education projects, as well as the involvement of native speakers to illustrate the content of teaching and the motivation of pupils and students.

Cooperation with Lehrinnen and teachers of technical education is advisable in the treatment of profession-specific topics.

"Lessons: the hour magnitude is all year round and moderate season vocational schools minimum 10 and maximum 20 hours per semester, - moderate course vocational schools at least 2 up to a maximum of 4 contact hours per course week."

19. in Annex A, section III, I will after the subsection (applied computer science) added the following subsection J (applied mathematics):

"J. applied mathematics

Education and teaching task:

The students can solve professional mathematical tasks and get additional skills to solve complex tasks.

You know the action areas such as modeling, operating, interpreting and documenting as well as argumentation and communication required for the Berufsreifeprüfung.

You can automatically apply the acquired knowledge and skills and develop further.

You can make use of the mathematical symbolism and suitably use calculators, tables, formula collections, as well as computer assisted programs.

Curriculum: competence field numbers and mass numbers and dimensions:

Quantities of numbers. Units of measurement. Percentage calculation. Computing terms and complex numbers.

Competence of linear algebra and geometry linear algebra and geometry:

Variable, terms and formulas. Linear equations and inequalities. Quadratic equations. Systems of equations. Basic geometry and trigonometry. Vectors. Matrices.

Competence functions functions:

Empirical, discrete and continuous functions. Representations. Properties. Inverse functions. Trigonometric functions.

Analysis of competence analysis:

Number sequences and series. Limits. Continuity and differentiability. Differentiation rules. Function discussion. Extreme value problems. Derivation rules. Integral term. Root function and definite integral. Integration rules.

Competence stochastic stochastic:

Descriptive statistics. Judging statistics. Regression and correlation. Probability and distribution.

Didactic principles:

Main criterion for the selection of the curriculum is the contribution to the preparation for the Berufsreifeprüfung exam.

Problems, based on the experience of the students and pupils are the basis for the task and promote interaction with the elaboration - and solutions.

Exercises should be based on the individual needs of pupils / students and compensate for this different knowledge and existing deficits or dismantle.

Homework: two or one in each grade, provided that the extent of the hours at the concerned level is at least 40 or 20 lessons.

"Lessons: the hour magnitude is all year round and moderate season vocational schools minimum 10 and maximum 20 hours per semester, - moderate course vocational schools at least 2 up to a maximum of 4 contact hours per course week."

20. the forming an integral part of these regulations systems A/1/15, A/1/16, A/3/3, A/4/2, A/11/1, A/11/2, A/11/3, A/11/4, A/15/3, A/17/1, A/17/7, A/19/1, A/21/1, A/21/2, A/22/2 take the place of appropriate facilities.

21. the forming an integral part of these regulations Appendix A/2/1 is preceded by Appendix A/2/2.

22. the forming an integral part of these regulations Appendix A/2/5 replaces Annex A/2/13 (upholsterer and Decorator) and is inserted after Annex A/2/4.

23. the forming an integral part of these regulations Appendix A/2/6 is inserted after Annex A/2/5.

24. the forming an integral part of these regulations Appendix A/4/1 is preceded by Appendix A/4/2.

25. the previous system A/4/4 is omitted.

26. the previous system A/4/9 (information technology computer science, technology) receives the name "A/4/4" and is inserted after Annex A/4/3.

27. the previous system A/4/10 (Mechatronics) receives the name "A/4/5" and is inserted after Annex A/4/4.

28 forming an integral part of these regulations Appendix A/4/6 replaces Annex A/4/11 and is attached to Appendix A/4/5.

29. the forming an integral part of these regulations Appendix A/7/1 is preceded by conditioning A/7/2.

30. the equipment A/9/6, A/9/15, A/12/2, A/13/2, A/15/1, A/15/13, A/15/14, A/17/2, A/17/3, A/17/5, A/17/10 and A/19/3 are eliminated.


31 in Appendix A/9/1 (curriculum for apprenticeship retail, arms and ammunition dealers) section III (education and teaching as well as learning and didactic principles of individual subjects) subsection subjects the subsection meat retailers is replaced in the compulsory subject of goods sales training specific industry focus section following subsection Delicatessen trade sales:

"Deli tray sale

Product-related legal provisions:

Safety regulations. Hygiene regulation. HACCP - food law. Food labelling regulation. EAN or barcode. Controls. Supervisory bodies.

Merchandise - products:

Bread and baked goods, cheese, sausage, meat and delicatessen goods. Preparation. Sources of supply. Species and commercial names, varieties and group divisions, quality and properties, manufacturing and processing, durability and freshness, use and preparation (recipes, cooking tips), preservation, storage and presentation, packaging and delivery, services as well as goods inspection and testing.

Dietetics:

Organic products, seasonal products, regional products. Food allergies and intolerances. Healthy diet. Nutrition trends."

32. the heading of Annex A/9/3 is as follows:

"CURRICULUM FOR THE APPRENTICESHIP OFFICE OFFICE CLERK, INDUSTRIAL / INDUSTRIAL CLERK, ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, REAL ESTATE REAL ESTATE CLERK, LEGAL OFFICE ASSISTANT/LEGAL OFFICE ASSISTANT, BUYER / SINGLE PURCHASER, PERSONNEL SERVICES, TAX ASSISTANCE, SPORTS ADMINISTRATION"

33. in Appendix A/9/3 section I (hours table) eliminates the previous subpart H (accounting) and following subsections H (tax assistance) and I (sports administration) added:

 

"H. TAX ASSISTANCE

Total number of hours: 3 levels to 1 260 teaching hours (without religious education), in the first, second and third grade at least 320 teaching hours each.

 



Compulsory subjects



Hours



Religion1



Political education



80



German and communication



80



Professional Fremdsprache2



120



Business lessons



Economic studies with Schriftverkehr3



220



Rechnungswesen3 4



280



Subject teaching



Control and administration



120



Computer science



40



Text and information processing



120



Internship



200



Total number of hours (without religious education)



1 260 free items



Religion1



Living Fremdsprache5



Deutsch5



Applied Informatik5



Shorthand notation



40-120 non-committal exercise



Movement and Sport5



Foerderunterricht5



I. SPORT ADMINISTRATION

Total number of hours: 3 levels to 1 260 teaching hours (without religious education), in the first, second and third grade at least 320 teaching hours each.

 



Compulsory subjects



Hours



Religion1



Political education



80



German and communication



80



Professional Fremdsprache2



120



Business lessons



Economic studies with Schriftverkehr3



220



Rechnungswesen3 4



280



Subject teaching



Sports administration



120



Computer science



40



Text and information processing



120



Internship



200



Total number of hours (without religious education)



1 260 free items



Religion1



Living Fremdsprache5



Deutsch5



Applied Mathematik5



Applied Informatik5



Sports and culture movement



120 non-committal exercise



Movement and Sport5



Förderunterricht5 "



34. in Appendix A/9/3 section III (education and teaching as well as learning and didactic principles of individual subjects) subsection subjects eliminates the compulsory subject of finance and accounting (for accounting) and following mandatory objects control and management system (only for tax assistance) and sports administration (only for sport administration) are attached after the compulsory subjects of personnel management (personnel service only):

"Control and Administration (only for tax assistance)

Education and teaching task:

The students should have thorough knowledge of the tasks, the structure and scope of financial management and the Auditors and be familiar with the tax system in Austria.

You should know about legal bases of the income, sales and corporate tax law and also fundamentally with the provisions of the taxes, fees, and contributions and of the rules of procedure and financial criminal law be familiar.

You should have basic knowledge in the areas of private law, related to tax law issues.

Students should be aware as employees or employees in the financial management or trust law firms of their service performance task and responsibilities towards the public or clients and clients.

Curriculum:

Financial management and accountants:

Building. Function. Service and professional legal provisions.

Tax law:

Income, corporate and value added tax.

Taxes, fees and contributions:

Types. Legal bases. Scope of application.

Procedural law:

Federal tax code. Legal bases.

Financial criminal law:

Legal bases. Scope of application.

Private law:

Civil law. Corporate law. Company law. Labour law. Social security law.

Didactic principles:

The frequency and importance of the content of teaching in professional practice are the main criteria for the selection of the curriculum.

The selection of the syllabus or the inclusion of the educational content necessary for this subject of is one of the hardest tasks of teachers and teachers.

The thorough development of selected content is preferable to a superficial diversity to give.

Basic knowledge in the areas of private law, related to tax law issues complete the knowledge of pupils and students.

If a sensible educational, reference works and legal texts as well as the standard software standard in the financial management and the trust law firms and information media in the classroom are to use.

Action-oriented teaching and practice-oriented tasks should lead students to the practice of real situations and to take responsible action.

Special attention is focused on being demonstrably that the students be enable, independently to recognize facts on tax and tax-based relevance and to classify in the system of taxes and levies. Everyday life situations of citizens / clients, and clients should be investigated on tax relevance and judged from this perspective.

Sports ADMINISTRATION (only for sport administration)

Education and teaching task:

Students should be familiar with the basics of sports management.

You should have sound knowledge of sports administration, the profession-specific workspace and office automation infrastructure.

You want to know about the sport-specific application of law in commercial sports facilities and public sports organizations.

To go to safe and versatile with the use of sports marketing instruments and public relations in sport.

Curriculum:

Sports management:

National and international sport systems. Sports structures in Austria. Sports businesses. Sports event management. Quality management.

Sports administration:

Workplace, work space and safety. Setup. Communication technologies. Work organization and job design. Social forms of working. Office culture. Time and travel management.

Sport-specific application of the law:

Association law. Sports competition rules. Billing guidelines (promotion, sponsorship). Federal Sports Promotion Act. Gambling monopoly law.

Sports Marketing:

Marketing tools. Advertising material. Public relations. Corporate identity.

Didactic principles:

Main criterion for the focus of the study is the frequency of occurrence in practice of the in-service.

The selection of the syllabus or the inclusion of the educational content necessary for this subject of is one of the hardest tasks of teachers and teachers.

Is preferable to a superficial diversity to give. the thorough elaboration of selected content"

35. in Appendix A/9/3 section III subsection subjects of compulsory subject internship is: "internship educational and teaching tasks:"

Students can apply their knowledge acquired in other subjects and skills, as well as their personal experience on practical tasks of their in-service.

You should evaluate this business objectives, organizational structures and relationships as well as learn about workflows, and act accordingly.

You should using perform complex business cases as a summary and present.

Curriculum:


Tax assistance applies only to the apprenticeship office office clerk, industrial / industrial business management assistant, Administrative Assistant/Administrative Assistant, real estate real estate clerk, law firm paralegal/legal Office Assistant, buyers/buyer, personnel services, practical and occupation-specific tasks in the fields:

Consumer/consumer:

Requires - revenue - expenses.

Goods or stock procurement and management:

Shopping - storage - sale.

Purchase agreement:

Initiation - statement - compliance.

Accounts receivable:

Control - reminder - lawsuit.

Enterprise:

Foundation - leadership - resolution.

Human resources:

Recording - employment - solution.

Taxes and charges:

Genesis - accounting and accounting - pay.

Organization of events:

Planning - implementation - evaluation.

Sales and advertising:

Market research - marketing - success control.

Forms of financing:

Performance comparison - use - eradication.

Complex business cases:

Opening - accounting - warehouse accounting - billing - financial accounting - payroll accounting - year - evaluation.

Applies only to the profession of real estate property manager property management:

Ongoing management takeover - business operations - management return.

Real estate stocks:

Purchase/lease - editing - passing.

Accounting for real estate:

Rent - operating costs - loan processing.

Applies only to the purchaser/buyer supply management profession:

Procurement marketing - supplier selection - purchasing controlling.

Key figures/tax sizes - shopping results - improvement measures.

Applies only to the teaching staff services workforce hiring:

Initiation - order processing - payroll.

Job placement:

Request - selection - handling.

Recruitment:

Qualifications - development - use in the labour market.

Income tax, corporate income and sales tax only applies to the profession of tax assistance:

Basis of assessment - calculation - tax return.

Fees and charges:

Basis of assessment - calculation - statement.

Federal tax code:

Fixing - payment - contribution.

Payroll:

Classification - recording - basis of assessment - payment - statement.

Accounting:

More-less calculation - calculation of corporate profits.

Applies only to the sports administration teaching practical and occupation-specific tasks in the fields:

Members or consumers/users:

Requires - revenue - expenses.

Goods or stock procurement and management:

Shopping - storage - sale.

Purchase agreement:

Initiation - statement - compliance.

Accounts receivable:

Control - reminder - lawsuit.

Commercial sports establishments and public sports organizations:

Foundation - leadership - resolution.

Human resources management:

Recording - employment - communication - teamwork - employees motivation - solution.

Non-profit or private sector taxes and duties:

Genesis - accounting and accounting - pay.

Sport and society:

Economy sport - media - politics.

Organization of events:

Planning - implementation - evaluation.

Sports Marketing:

Market research - mission statement - product - public relations - success control.

Customer support:

Customer conversation - product introduction - sale.

Forms of financing:

Performance comparison - use - eradication.

Controlling:

Key figures/tax sizes - shopping results - improvement measures.

Complex business cases:

Opening - accounting - warehouse accounting - billing - financial accounting - payroll accounting - year - evaluation.

Didactic principles:

In the selection of the learning or the inclusion of educational content necessary for this item carefully is to take on the professional specifications of the teachings and the number of hours of the subject of the obligation.

The thorough development of selected content is preferable to a superficial diversity to give.

If a sensible educational, reference works, legal texts, are to use formula collections as well as the standard software usual in practice and information media in the classroom.

Action-oriented teaching and practice-oriented tasks should lead students to the logical and networked thinking and responsible decisions and action.

Because the curriculum module as a project-oriented work carried out, recommend the team to plan and to document the work.

Excursions, educational outputs and other school events and the pull of professionals from practice should help the pupils to give insight into the complexity of economic processes. You are to prepare carefully and evaluate.

In the sense of a multidisciplinary teaching a special importance with teachers of other subjects of cooperation."

36. in Appendix A/9/3 section III the following free item is attached at the end of the free items under section sports and culture movement (only for sport administration):

"Sports and culture movement (only for sport administration)

Education and teaching task:

Students will develop an in-depth and critical understanding of the sports and culture movement.

You should recognize the societal values and the rich functionality of sport and movement in professional practice and to deal with.

Curriculum:

Phenomenon culture movement:

Forms of exercise - sports trends - health - leisure - risk - security.

Sport and society:

Sport - show - event.

Sports management:

Quality development - creation of mission statement - product development.

Customer support:

Motivation - animation - coaching.

Movement and sport practice:

Sports - motion actions - equity can.

Didactic principles:

The planning and design of teaching is to orient the future careers of pupils / students. In particular, value to set is on the latest sports science and sports educational insights.

The syllabus must be selected as examples, with the participation of pupils / students themed to proceed and to consider a possible focus, as well as organizational requirements."

37. the previous Annex A/15/15 (production technician) receives the name "A/15/1" and is preceded by conditioning A/15/2.

38. the previous system A/15/16 (Crystal grinding technology) receives the name "A/15/10" and is inserted after Annex A/15/9.

39. the heading of Appendix A/16/1 is as follows:

"CURRICULUM FOR THE SKILLED TRADE GOLD - AND SILVERSMITH AND JEWELER"

40. in Appendix A/16/1 the line "A. for GOLD - and silversmith and JEWELLER" shall not be under the system heading.

41. in Appendix A/16/1 the line "As for gemstone CUTTERS", as well as the subsequent hours table are eliminated after the first hour sign.

42. the previous Annex A/17/8 (shipbuilders) receives the name "A/17/2" and is inserted after Annex A/17/1.

43. the previous system A/17/11 (Sun protection technology) receives the name "A/17/3" and is inserted after Annex A/17/2.

44. the previous Annex A/17/9 (ski producer) receives the name "A/17/5" and is inserted after Annex A/17/4.

Article 2

Notice the curriculum for religious education

On the basis of § 2 para 2 of the religious education law, BGBl. No. 190/1949, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 36/2012, will be made known:

Them in the equipment A/1/15, A/1/16, A/2/1, A/2/5, A/2/6, A/3/3, A/4/1, A/4/2, A/4/6, A/7/1, A/11/1, A/11/2, A/11/3, A/11/4, A/15/3, A/17/1, A/17/7, A/19/2, A/21/1 , A/21/2 and A/22/2 each under section contained religious education curricula were II by the member churches adopt and be hereby referred to in § 2 para 2 of the religious education Act, Federal Law Gazette No. 190/1949, as last amended by the Federal Act Federal Law Gazette I no. 36/2012, made famous.

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