Modification Of The Ordinance On The Curricula Of General-Education Secondary Schools

Original Language Title: Änderung der Verordnung über die Lehrpläne der allgemein bildenden höheren Schulen

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352. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Education, the Arts and Culture, which changes the regulation on the curricula of the higher education institutions

On the basis of the School Organization Act, BGBl. No 242/1962, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 79/2012, in particular § § 6 and 39, shall be prescribed:

The regulation of the Federal Minister of Education and Arts on the curricula of the general education higher schools, BGBl. No 88/1985, as last amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 278/2010, shall be amended as follows:

1. The species. III § 2 is added to the following paragraph 16:

" (16) Annex A third and sixth part, annex A/W of fourth and sixth part and annex A/lF Sixth part of the version of the BGBl Regulation. II No. 352/2012 shall enter into force at the end of the day of the customer's presentation in the Federal Law Gazans.

2. In Annex A (curriculum of the general secondary school) of third parties (school and lesson planning), the fourth part of the programme is 4. Section (Performance determination) of the last indent:

"-In the 8. A total of five to seven teaching units and the number of school work two to three, of which at least one per semester and one at least three hours of school work. "

3. Annex A Sixth part (curricula of the individual subjects) Section A (compulsory subject) Subsection 2 (upper level) Mandatory subject-Living foreign language (first, second) is in the didactic principles of the section Performance determination:

" For those classes at which the partial standardized tire test (according to § 78b, § 82c and/or § 82c) § 82 para. 5p Z 2 lit. a and b SchUG in the version of the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 73/2012), the "performance determination" section of the third part shall apply to the time frame of school work, subject to the condition that, in the case of school work lasting several hours, until the penultimate school level, the submission and Processing of tasks (receptive competences "reading and listening comprehends" as well as productive skills "language use in context and writing") can be carried out in the order in question and in chronological sequence, in which to take place in the penultimate and last school level. In the standardized foreign languages, the use of auxiliary agents is not permitted. In non-standard foreign languages, the use of an (electronic) dictionary is permissible, the use of lexicons or electronic information media is not permitted. "

4. In Annex A, Part A, Part A, Subsection 2, Mathematics is the subject of the didactical principles in the second paragraph of the second sentence:

" For the classes at which the partly central standardized tire test (according to § 78b, § 82c and/or § 82c) § 82 para. 5p Z 2 lit. a and b SchUG in the version of the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 73/2012), for the time frame of the school work, the 'Performance determination' section of the third part shall apply, with the proviso that, in the case of school work lasting several hours, up to the penultimate school level, two shall apply: Independent tasks concerning "basic skills" and "networking of basic skills", whereby the latter can be replaced or supplemented by further competences for the complete coverage of the curriculum, in chronological order of each other can be submitted and treated separately, in the penultimate and last To be able to submit and edit the school level. The use of conventional writing instruments, pencils, rulers, geo-triangle and circles as well as the use of approbated formula collections and electronic aids are permitted in the processing of both tasks. From the 9th The school level of the school year 2014/15 is the minimum requirements for electronic aids in terms of tyre testing, basic functions for the presentation of function graphs, for the numerical solving of equations and equation systems, to the Determination of derivation and/or Stem functions, numerical integration as well as support for methods and procedures in stochastics. "

5. In Annex A/W (curriculum for the work school home) Part Four (lessons) Z 2 (upper level) is the subsection c (compulsory items for the craft training):

" (c) Compulsory articles for craft training

Classes and Weekly Hours

Total

LVG

5. Class

6. Class

7th Class

8th Class

aa) Mechanical engineering

Workshop and production technology

10

10

13

12

45

VI

Specialist

4

5

3

2

14

I

Engineering

2

2

2

1

7

I

Business Administration

-

-

-

3

3

III

bb) Mechatronics

Workshop and production technology

10

7

10

9

36

VI

Specialist

7

5

3

3

18

I

Workshop laboratory

-

4

4

4

12

III

Business Administration

-

-

-

3

3

III

cc) Carpentry technique

Workshop and production technology

11

11

14

14

50

VI

Technical customer (tool, material and style)

2

3

1

1

7

I

Technical drawing and construction

3

2

3

1

9

I

Business Administration

-

-

-

3

3

III

Total

16/17/16

17/16/16

18/17/18

18/19/19

69 "

6. In Annex A/W fourth part Z 2 becomes lit. e (Unbinding exercises) the following lit. f is added:

" (f) compulsory practical training for the training of craft trades

aa) Mechanical engineering

at least 2 weeks between 6. Class and 7. Class and 2 weeks between 7. Class and 8. Class or at least 3 weeks between 7. Class and 8. Class

bb) Mechatronics

at least 2 weeks between 6. Class and 7. Class and 2 weeks between 7. Class and 8. Class or at least 3 weeks between 7. Class and 8. Class

cc) Carpentry technique

at least 2 weeks between 6. Class and 7. Class and 2 weeks between 7. Class and 8. Class or at least 3 weeks between 7. Class and 8. Class

7. Annex A/w Sixth part (curricula of the individual compulsory items) Section A (compulsory items) Z 2 (upper level) is the subsection c (compulsory items for craft training) together with the heading:

" (c) Compulsory articles for craft training

aa) Mechanical engineering

WORKSHOP AND PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

Education and teaching tasks:

The students should be able to acquire the following skills in the course of the workshop and can also apply them in an interdisciplinary way:

-

read, describe and apply technical documentation.

-

Plan and control work processes, set the necessary work steps, work tools and working methods, assess work results and apply quality management systems.

-

carry out the work, taking into account the relevant safety rules, standards, safety and environmental standards.

-

select and verify the required materials.

-

Manufacture, test and repair electronic components, components and assemblies for devices, machines and systems.

-

Measure, assess and check electrical and professional non-electrical quantities. They are intended to identify, isolate and eliminate errors, defects and faults in electrical and electronic devices.

-

Checking and documenting protective measures for the prevention of personal injury and damage to property, as well as detecting and eliminating disturbances and impairments (electrostatics, electromagnetics).

Didactic principles:

The main criteria for the choice of teaching materials is the applicability in practice. The students should develop a quality awareness and always comply with the necessary safety regulations, standards and environmental standards. Particular attention will be paid to sustainability in the development of new products.

In addition to the technical knowledge and skills, training is also important for the personal education of the students. In order to provide them with the key qualifications required for a specialist, the acquisition of the following skills is important:

-

Social competence (such as openness, empathy, teamwork and conflict ability)

-

Self-competence (such as self-assessment, self-confidence, self-reliance and resilience)

-

Methodological competence (such as presentation skills, rhetoric, technical ability to understand comprehension, also in English)

-

Learning competence (such as self-directed learning, knowledge of methods, ability to select suitable media and materials)

-

Research competence (to get to know new components and technologies with the help of the ITK)

Teaching material:

5. Class:

Mechanical part

-

Workshop regulations, accident prevention, safety regulations, order in the workplace

-

measuring, filing, tearing, centring, drilling, rubbing, thread cutting

-

Bending, straightening, driving, folding, stretching

-

Simple turning and milling work, simple grinding work with the surface grinding machine, simple hardening, hardness testing

Electrical Part

-

The lashing, connection, laying of lines and the production of electrical connections, handles of measuring and testing equipment.

-

Use of the measuring instruments in DC and AC technology as well as the connection and commissioning of electrical equipment.

-

Simple repairs of electrical and electronic equipment and knowledge of specialist English specialist expressions.

-

Basic knowledge of quality management and knowledge of the relevant safety standards of standards and environmental standards.

6. Class:

Mechanical part

-

Brazing, brazing, plastic processing, heat treatment of steel.

Electrowelding:

-

Operation and maintenance of SG welding equipment, electrode welding safety regulations

-

Avoidance of welding stresses, weld preparation

-

Practice of different types of seam, welding of steel, cast iron and non-ferrous metals

Autogenous welding:

-

Safety regulations, operation and maintenance of the welding system, weld preparation

-

Practicing different types of seams

Flame cutting:

-

Hand-guided cutting torch, adjustment of the cutting flame, flame cutting with the torch cutting device

Plasma cutting:

-

Operation and maintenance of the cutting tool

Angle grinder:

-

Professional handling, accident prevention

Bonding of metals:

-

Adhesives, cleaning agents, damage prevention

Turning with conventional lathes:

-

Piercing, tapping, knurling, cutting of single-use, metric internal and external thread, cone and mould turning, turning between tips, grinding of HSS turning chisels

Surface grinding:

-

Maintenance and operation of the surface grinding machine

Circular grinding:

-

Maintenance and operation of the surface grinding machine

Steel construction:

-

Cutting and trimming of sheets, construction, construction and art draw, forging

7th Class

Mechanical part

Rotate:

-

Working with end-side driver, bezel, kegellineal, planing and clamping disc

-

Tolerances rotate, impact of feather grooves

-

Turn off-center, single-and multi-course metric and twelfth thread

Milling:

-

Part-time work, impact work

-

Working with the centreator and the dreamers

-

Milling work with disc milling cutter, circular saw blade and long milling mandrel

-

Gear Tooth Milling

CNC-technique:

-

Operation and maintenance of CNC machines

-

Measurement of tool and workpiece

-

Programming of different modes of operation and manufacture of simple rotary workpieces, and 2D milling tools

CAD/CAM:

-

Creation of a workpiece program by means of a CAM system

Toolmaking:

-

Making simple cutting tools

Installation technique:

-

Basic knowledge and basic skills in the construction of a simple water supply installation

Work preparation:

-

PC-based order processing

-

Pre-and post-calculation, warehouse management, basics of procurement

Steel construction:

-

Steel construction work with increased difficulty level

Automation technology:

-

Control and control technology, design and function of pneumatic, electropneumatic and electrohydraulic control systems

-

Basic to switch plan reading and circuit design

-

Structure and function of electropneumatic control systems

8th Class

Mechanical part

-

Perfection of working techniques on conventional and CNC-controlled machine tools

CNC-technique:

-

Manufacture of complex multi-axis workpieces, maintenance and maintenance of machine tools

-

Assembly and commissioning of simple, self-manufactured machines, devices and tools

-

Two-week practical exam as part of the technician project: Manufacturing of the previously planned practical housework in the design teaching-lessons in the range of 60 to 80 working hours

Specialist

Education and teaching tasks:

The students should be able to acquire the following skills in the field of specialized art lessons and can also apply them in an interdisciplinary way:

-

Acquire a secure knowledge of the materials, auxiliary materials and electrical materials used in the profession, and know the tools, machines and equipment used for material processing, as well as the common working methods and working techniques.

-

is able to acquire the knowledge necessary for the profession of mechanical engineering technician or the mechanical engineering technician on machinery, machine elements and components, as well as on the installation and equipment of plants and machines.

-

Knowledge of quality management as well as of the occupational safety regulations, in particular on the protection measures and the protection of accidents in machines and equipment.

-

Based on the basic knowledge in the various sub-areas, we apply the tasks of the specialist practice with the integration of economic, ecological, and safety aspects.

-

Master the fundamentals of electrical engineering, apply them and solve relevant tasks.

-

Research, describe these components and also read the necessary data sheets in English.

-

carry out the necessary calculations.

-

Structure simple problem solutions and implement them with the help of computer science.

Didactic principles:

The practical relevance and the applicability of the specialist knowledge in the course of workshops are the most important criteria for the teaching of teaching in the subject.

All learning types should be taken into account in the implementation of the learning objectives.

Independent learning and working techniques such as e-learning are to be promoted.

Global thinking, independent work and practical application are to be promoted through project work. The subject-related coordination of the individual sub-areas within the subject matter, the sight and practicality are to be striving for.

From the 5. to 7. Class is per semester a one-hour school work and in the 8th grade a one-hour school work per school year to be carried out.

Teaching material:

5. Class:

Mechanical part

Metrology:

-

Basics of length and angle measurement

-

Tolerance Systems

-

Surface Check

Manufacturing technology:

-

Spanish shaping by hand: figs, rubbing, thread cutting, grain, tears, saws

-

Metal forming with machines: drilling, turning, milling, butting

-

Cutting materials

-

Basics of machining: forging, bending

Machine and equipment technology, machine elements:

-

Screws, nuts, securing elements, pins, studs, rivets, rivets, screws, nuts

Material customer:

-

Processing and standardization of steel

-

Properties and standardization of castings

-

Manufacture and use of sintered materials

-

Properties, use, processing and standardization of non-ferrous metals

-

Manufacturing properties of ferrous materials

Heat treatment of steels:

-

Microstructure, annealing, hardening, tempering, tempering, tempering

Electrical Part

-

Basics of DC technology

-

Basics of AC technology

-

Safety measures against electrical accidents

-

Circuit of resistors

-

Faults in electrical installations and protective measures

-

Fundamentals of measurement technology

6. Class:

Mechanical part

Metrology:

-

mechanical, pneumatic and electronic precision measuring instruments

-

Quality management

Thermic joining:

-

Welding process: MIG, MAG, WIG and electrode welding

-

Plasma cutting, autogenous flame cutting

-

Stick

-

Basic rules for welding constructions

-

Checking weld joints

-

Brazing, brazing, high-temperature soldering

Machine and instrument customer Machine elements:

-

Types, calculation and manufacture of coil springs

-

Joining, joining processes, press and snap connections

-

Conveyor technology

-

Guided tours

Material customer:

-

Corrosion protection

Mechanics and Strength:

-

Fundamentals of Mechanics

-

Fundamentals of Strength Teaching

-

Fundamentals of statics, kinematics and dynamics

Reshaping:

-

Forming, bending, tensile, pressure forming

Plastics:

-

Species, Manufacture

-

Properties and use of composite materials

-

Environmental problems of plant and auxiliary materials, recyclability

Electrical Part

-

Drive units

-

Electric motors, three-phase motors, DC motors and universal motors

-

Electrical drives of machine tools

-

Automation technology

-

Controls and regulations

-

Basics for solving control tasks

-

Function Plans

-

Sensors and actuators

7. Class:

Mechanical part

Machinery and equipment technology:

-

Internal construction of machines

-

Functional units of a CNC machine

-

Chains, sprockets, Kettentriebe

-

Belts, pulleys and belt drives

-

Gear wheels and gear wheels

-

Sliding and rolling bearings

-

Sliding and rolling bearing seals

-

Shaft and hub connections

Manufacturing technology:

-

Grinding, Fine-finishing

Strength theory:

-

Buckling

-

Composite strain (torsion and bending)

Machine elements:

-

Types of couplings and their calculation bases

-

Rolling guides, rolling-thread drives

-

Manufacturing facilities, handling equipment

CE marking and machinery safety regulation:

-

Design and design machines and equipment safely

Electrical Part

-

PC basics: hardware, interface overview, BUS systems, networks

-

Control and control technology

-

electrical controls

-

Robotics

8. Class:

Mechanical part

Machinery and equipment technology:

-

Repetition and linking of concrete applications of the entire specialist knowledge in the course of the development of the technician project

-

Preparation for the theoretical part of the technical final examination

Electrical Part

-

Automation technology

CONSTRUCTION TEACHING

Education and teaching tasks:

The students should be able to acquire the following skills in the field of design theory and apply them in an interdisciplinary way:

-

Acquire the ability and knowledge to create technical sketches and standards-based design and work drawings.

-

By using CAD systems, but also by hand from the 5. Create a class of drawings.

-

carry out work-specific work on the basis of plans and drawings.

-

Apply all kinds of mechanical connections and surface treatments constructively.

Didactic principles:

The versatility of the methods, the frequency of application in practice, and the materials and CAD programs used are the most important criteria for the design of teaching.

The versatility of the methods is to be ensured by project-like tasks with cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary topics.

From the 5. to 7. Class is per semester a two-hour school work and in the 8. Class is to carry out a two-hour school work per school year.

In the 8. In the framework of the technical project class, a graphic housework is to be created.

Teaching material:

5. Class:

-

Standard font, line types, drawing formats, letterhead, parts list, scales

-

Representation in 3D views and axonometric representation types

-

Section Representations

-

Simplified or sensual representation and dimensioning of holes and screw connections

-

Fundamentals of the dimensioning of prismatic and cylindrical workpieces

-

Tolerance systems and their application

-

Surface Information

-

Construction and representation of penetrations and intersections

-

Drawing of bent or angled sheet metal parts

-

Introduction to the CAD system and handling of output devices

6. Class

-

Information on heat and surface treatment

-

Text information in drawings

-

Details of shape and position tolerances

-

Toleration of workpieces

-

Design, design, representation and dimensioning of welding constructions, 3D drawing techniques

-

Sheet metal pieces

7th Class

-

Display and dimension of CNC turning and milling tools

-

Construction of simple cutting and bending tools

-

Welding and tensioning devices

-

Gear wheels and gears, chains, sprockets and chain drives, belts, pulleys and belt drives, roller bearings, plain bearings, rope pulleys, seals

-

Couplings

-

Isometric representation of piping installations

-

CAD technology

-

Complex design tasks

-

Consolidation of 3D drawing techniques

-

Planning and controlling work processes with the help of the project management system

8th Class

-

Fundamentals of the Project Organization

-

Systematics and teamwork in design engineering

-

Elaboration and construction of the pilot project

-

Creating the composition drawing with a BOM

-

Creating the detail drawings

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Education and teaching tasks:

The pupils should

-

Recognize economic relationships

-

Gain insight into operational processes

-

are trained to take a critical position on business problems.

Didactic principles:

Practical teaching and discussion of the teaching material.

Teaching material:

8. Class:

Tasks of the economy; Basics:

-

Cross-connections to economics

-

Division of labour-interest groups

-

The market

-

Factors of production, in particular human resources policy and human management

-

Business objectives

-

Operating modes

-

Operational Organization

-

Corporate legal forms

Company accounting:

-

Financial accounting: basic terms, revenue-expenditure-account, double accounting with booking of current business cases and financial statements

-

Cost accounting: cost accounting, cost accounting and cost-support account in commercial and production plants

-

Statistics (Measures)

-

Planning bill

-

Analysis of the balance sheet and success

Procurement, purchasing:

-

Purchase agreement, correspondence, stock figures, ABC analysis

-

Payment transactions

-

Change

Finance:

-

Types of financing

-

Financial planning, liquidity, financial measures

-

Investment, Investment Bill

Sales and marketing:

-

Market research

-

Marketing Mix

Pricing and pricing policy:

-

Cost and earnings curves, critical points, fixed and variable costs

-

Coverage Invoice

Tax:

-

Control cards, tax determination, control direction, tax dates

Legal round:

-

Basic trains, cross connections

Investment and securities

bb) Mechatronics

WORKSHOP AND PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

Education and teaching tasks:

The students should be able to acquire the following skills in the course of the workshop and can also apply them in an interdisciplinary way:

-

read and apply technical documentation.

-

Plan and control work processes, set the necessary work steps, work tools and working methods, assess work results and apply quality management systems.

-

carry out the work, taking into account the relevant safety rules, standards, safety and environmental standards.

-

Select and review the required materials according to technical and economic criteria.

-

Manufacture, test and repair electronic components, components and assemblies for devices, machines and systems.

-

They can measure, assess and test electrical and professional non-electrical quantities. They are intended to identify, isolate and eliminate errors, defects and faults in electrical and electronic devices.

-

Checking and documenting protective measures for the prevention of personal injury and damage to property, as well as detecting and eliminating disturbances and impairments (electrostatics, electromagnetics).

-

Analyze and present the workings and work results in an exact technical language in English.

Didactic principles:

The main criteria for the choice of teaching materials is the applicability in practice. The students are to develop a quality awareness while respecting the necessary safety regulations, standards and environmental standards. Particular attention will be paid to sustainability in the development of new products.

From the 6th Class knowledge and work processes are tested on projects.

In addition to the technical knowledge and skills, training is also important for the personal education of the students. In order to provide them with the key qualifications required for a specialist, the acquisition of the following skills is important:

-

Social competence (such as openness, empathy, teamwork and conflict ability)

-

Self-competence (such as self-assessment, self-confidence, self-reliance and resilience)

-

Methodological competence (such as presentation skills, rhetoric, technical ability to understand comprehension, also in English)

-

Learning competence (such as self-directed learning, knowledge of methods, ability to select suitable media and materials)

-

Research expertise (with the help of the ITK to get to know new components and technologies)

In order to ensure the success of the learning process, a learning journal in the form of a learning journal or a working week book is to be held for each workshop course.

Teaching material:

5. Class:

Mechanics

-

Workshop regulations, accident prevention, safety regulations, order in the workplace

-

measuring, filing, tearing, centring, drilling, rubbing, cutting, bending

-

Simple turning and milling work, simple grinding work with the surface grinding machine

-

Knowledge of CNC machining machines

-

Knowledge of surface processing

Electrical engineering

-

Knowledge of the relevant safety regulations, standards and environmental standards

-

The lashing, connection, laying of lines and the production of electrical connections

-

Connecting and commissioning of electrical appliances

Electronics

-

Knowledge of the electronic components of digital and analog technology

-

Knowledge of English subject-specific technical expressions

-

Dealing with technical PC programs

-

Basics of PLC programming

Measuring, Control and Control Technology

-

Handling of measuring and testing equipment

-

Measurement of electrical quantities

6. Class:

Mechanics

-

Knowledge of simple mechatronic devices

-

Setting and checking of mechanical parameters

-

Repair, disassembly and assembly of mechatronic devices

-

Lashing, laying and repairing of pressure medium conducting lines

Electrical engineering

-

Working with electrical components

Electronics

-

Production, equipping and testing of printed circuit boards

-

Setup of amplifier circuits

-

Production of circuit diagrams with CAD

Measuring, Control and Control Technology

-

Measurement of electrical parameters

-

Creating simple PLC programs

7th Class

Mechanics

-

Repair, disassembly and assembly of mechatronic systems

Electrical engineering

-

Functional controls with documentation of mechatronic systems

-

Trouble-free collection of mechatronic systems

Electronics

-

Construction of mechatronic devices on the basis of schematics

Measuring, Control and Control Technology

-

Creating programs for PLC and microcontrollers

8th Class

Mechanics

-

Systematic mechanical troubleshooting of complex mechatronic systems

-

Commissioning and setting of complex mechatronic production plants

Electrical engineering

-

Systematic electrical troubleshooting of sensors, actuators and cabling of complex mechatronic systems

-

Systematic troubleshooting of programs of complex mechatronic systems

Electronics

-

Repair of Electronic Platines

Measuring, Control and Control Technology

-

Structured user-specific programming of PLC

-

Working with rule sections and control circuits

Specialist

Education and teaching tasks:

Students should be able to acquire the following skills and apply them in a cross-disciplinary manner in the subject of the subject-specific course of the subject:

-

Acquire a secure knowledge of the materials, auxiliary materials, electronic and electrical components used in the profession and the tools, machinery and equipment used for component or material processing, as well as the common working methods and Working techniques.

-

Knowledge of quality management as well as the occupational safety regulations, in particular on the protection measures and the protection of accidents when working with electrical energy.

-

Based on the basic knowledge in the various sub-areas, we apply the tasks of the specialist practice with the integration of economic, ecological, and safety aspects.

-

Master the fundamentals of electrical engineering, apply them and solve relevant tasks.

-

to know and apply the electrotechnical laws, regulations and standards. In particular, they should be aware of and apply the provisions relating to safety measures against electrical accidents.

-

Select electrical, electronic and mechatronic components and use them in a professional manner.

-

on ITK research, describe these components and read the necessary data sheets in English.

-

carry out the necessary calculations.

-

Understanding the basics of electro-magnetic compatibility (EMC) and electrostatic discharge (ESD) and know the laws, standards and regulations required for this.

-

Know the laws of digital technology, the micro-control technology and the PC, master their application and solve relevant tasks.

-

Structure simple problem solutions and implement them with the help of computer science.

-

deal with controls and regulations and the necessary sensors and actuators.

-

Present mechatronic solutions and problems in German and English.

Didactic principles:

The practical relevance and the applicability of the specialist knowledge in the course of workshops are the most important criteria for the teaching of teaching in the subject. Particular interest is to be placed on the state of the art in mechatronics.

All learning types should be taken into account in the implementation of the learning objectives.

Independent learning and working techniques such as e-learning are to be promoted.

Global thinking, independent work and practical application are to be promoted through project work. The subject-related coordination of the individual sub-areas within the subject matter and the sight and practicality is to be striving for.

From the 5. to 7. Class is per semester a one-hour school work and in the 8. Class to carry out a one-hour school work per school year.

Teaching material:

5. Class:

Construction technology

-

Knowledge of CAD systems

-

Factory drawings of components and simple assemblies

-

Reading technical drawings

Messtechnik Mechanics

-

Knowledge of length and angle measurement

-

Tolerance Systems

Tool technology

-

Tools in Mechatronics

-

Machines in Mechatronics

Materials Science

-

Characteristics and standardization of steel

-

Manufacture and use of sintered materials

-

Properties, use, processing and standardization of non-ferrous metals

-

Properties and use of plastics

-

Environmental problems of plant and auxiliary materials, recyclability

Electrical engineering

-

Knowledge of DC technology

-

Safety measures against electrical accidents

-

Fundamentals of electromagnetic compatibility and electrostatic discharge

-

Fundamentals of measurement technology

Electronics

-

Fundamentals of digital technology

-

Passive components in electronics

6. Class:

Construction technology

-

Construction of assemblies and simple devices

-

Technical description and documentation

Mechanics

-

force, torque screw drives

-

Release of components

-

Disassembly of forces into components

-

Determination of storage forces. Focus

-

Types of stress, stress types, load cases and strength values

-

Adhesive and sliding friction, rope friction, rolling resistance

-

Axles and shafts, plain bearings, roller bearings, guides

Electrical engineering

-

Fundamentals of circuit analysis

Electronics

-

Knowledge of AC technology

-

Switching operations to RL and RC members

-

Fundamentals of semiconductor technology and function and application of the semiconductor components

-

Transistor as switch

-

Operational amplifier

Measuring, Control and Control Technology

-

Measurement technology in circuits

-

Types and applications of sensors

-

Types and applications of actuators

-

Characteristics and basic structures of control systems (PLC) and their application

Work preparation

-

Introduction to simple project management

7. Class:

Electrical engineering

-

Fundamentals of Process Measurement Technology

Electronics

-

Analog-to-digital converter

-

Microcontrollers

Measuring, Control and Control Technology

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Interfaces and their standardization

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Fundamentals and application of networks and BUS systems

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Terms, Rule circle members

8. Class:

Electrical engineering

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Setup and function of PCs

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Repeat and consolidate basic knowledge of DC, AC

Electronics

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Repeat and consolidate basic knowledge of electronic components

Measuring, Control and Control Technology

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Network and BUS technology

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Security systems

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Logs and operating systems (overview)

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Protection of basic knowledge control, control, sensors, actuators

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Backup of basic knowledge Network BUS systems, interfaces

WORKSHOP LABORATORY

Education and teaching tasks:

The students should be able to acquire the following skills in the workshop laboratory and can apply them in an interdisciplinary way:

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the resulting measurement and testing tasks as well as the special problems of the production, which go beyond the training of the workshop and document.

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Handle practical projects with the instruments of planning, project management and production and quality assurance.

Didactic principles:

The plant laboratory is a deepening of the workshop teaching. With the help of technical aids, it is intended to illustrate the teaching material from practice. Special emphasis should be placed on the documentation of the individual work processes.

In addition to the technical knowledge and skills, the work preparation work is also based on the personal education of the pupils.

Teaching material:

6. Class:

Mechanics

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Working with pneumatic systems and their documentation

Electronics

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Knowledge of CAD programs in electronics for the creation of printed circuit boards

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Knowledge of simulation programs for electronic circuits

Measuring, Control and Control Technology

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Measurement of electrical quantities in electronic circuits and their analysis

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Designing and documenting PLC programs in various programming languages

Work preparation

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Computer-assisted work planning

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Creating maintenance and measurement plans

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Creation of production lists and procurement of parts

7th Class

Mechanics

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Setting and maintenance of mechatronic systems and their documentation

Electronics

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Design, manufacture and test of complex electronic systems

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Measurement of complex electronic processes (process measurement technology)

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Programming of micro-control systems in mechatronic systems

Measuring, Control and Control Technology

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Construction, commissioning and repair of simple controls and control loops

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Creating PLC programs in structured programming languages

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Creating control systems on BUS systems

8th Class

Mechanics

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Analysis and resolution of errors in mechatronic systems

Electronics

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Simulation of micro-control programs

Measuring, Control and Control Technology

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Analysis of PLC programs and their documentation

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Creating workflows for robot programs

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Application of process measurement technology and simulations in plants

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

See aa) Mechanical engineering, business administration.

cc) Carpentry technique

WORKSHOP AND PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

Education and teaching tasks:

The students should be able to acquire the following skills in the course of the workshop and can also apply them in an interdisciplinary way:

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Assess the materials and auxiliary materials, select them professionally, process them, store them properly and, if necessary, dispose of them in an environmentally sound way.

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To be able to equip, operate and maintain tools, machines, equipment and devices in the event of accident prevention.

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in the field of work preparation, both on CAD and in the form of a board plan, plan the workpiece and create a material list.

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According to the manual rules, the workpiece can be manufactured independently and analyzed and presented in an exact technical language.

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shall be familiar with the prevention of accidents and the necessary protective measures by means of a repeated risk briefing.

Didactic principles:

The theoretical and practical teaching is coordinated and closely linked to each other, so that the students can draw logical conclusions and lead the theory and practice together.

The main criterion for the selection and focus of the teaching material is to adapt to the applicability of the professional practice.

At the beginning of the training in the 5. Class finished the students the same piece. You should get to know the basic concepts of the furniture design step by step according to the instruction of the teacher. The furniture, which is preferably made of solid wood, can be kept for itself after the production. This is also intended to increase motivation.

Also in the 6. The students should manufacture the same furniture (e.g. desk). Since in this class the students work on machines for the first time, the teacher has to show the students individually with regard to correct handling according to their own presentation, to check carefully and-if necessary-to check the correct handling. -correct. The correct posture of the machine in the operation of the machine is of fundamental importance. It is useful that each pupil and every student produce a small workpiece (e.g. a flower table), where as far as possible all standard machine paths occur.

At every opportunity, reference should be made to the provisions in force on the protection of life and the environment. In order to prevent accidents, the teacher should have a good overview of the pupils ' abilities.

In the 7. Class of practice-oriented order work is taken over. The teaching force decides whether the orders placed fit into the training picture. At this stage of the training, the pupils are already to be responsible for their own responsibility. The teacher has a consultative role, points to problems and only intervenes manually in difficult situations.

In principle, mistakes and defects in working with the students should be discussed objectively in the craft class, and it should be pointed out that there are well-performed work courses with praise.

Each plant unit shall be assessed. Evaluation criteria are expert, precise work, the careful handling of materials, tools and machines.

In order to improve the security of the learned, it is necessary to have a working week book.

In the 8. Class will be the back piece ("journeyman") prepared within the framework of the technical project. Design and planning come from the respective student or from the respective student. The craftsmen's strength should only be given more advice, and the production time (maximum 80 hours) should be defined by the skilled worker. Errors and probable problems need to be pointed out, but the teaching force should no longer intervene manually in the work process. After the delivery of the piece, it is no longer allowed to work on it.

Teaching material:

5. Class:

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Accident prevention, protective measures and danger training on tools and equipment

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Handling and maintenance of hand tools, hand-held machines and equipment

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Manufacture of a small furniture by hand, where the following teaching contents are taught: selection of wood, measuring and tearing as well as cutting, stemmen, drilling, grinding and gluing of wood

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Slot and spigot (simple frame, folding frame, groove frame), tine connection, tighten connection, lamello and dowel connection

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Simple veneer work as well as surface treatments (waxes, varnishing)

6. Class:

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Accident prevention, protective measures and danger training on machinery and equipment

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Introduction to the standard machines and basic knowledge of CNC technology

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Deepened knowledge in the maintenance of the machines as well as maintenance and sharpening of tools

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Manufacture of simple pieces of furniture, planning with CAD support or in the form of a Bretteraufrisses

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Manufacture of corner, corpus and wood joints, wood selection, veneer techniques

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Surface treatment: mechanical, chemical

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Hitting furniture doors with standard fittings

7. Class:

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Accident prevention, protection measures and hazard allocation on machinery and equipment

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Deepening of the training on standard and CNC controlled machines

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Sawing, hoist and milling work with increased difficulty, drilling, grinding and veneer, manufacturing and gluing of wooden joints, striking of various furniture fittings

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Take natural measures and transfer them to CAD drawings and work on a material list

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Creation of a work and deployment plan based on an order project (zB Schulinternat), production of this project in the form of a teamwork

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Manufacture of individual workpieces with a higher degree of difficulty in the area of furniture, interior fittings and/or Construction

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Programming of elementary CNC work sequences and associated data transfer with subject-specific software

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Treatment of surfaces (mechanical, physical and chemical surface treatment)

8. Checkout:

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Accident prevention, protection measures and hazard allocation on the machinery and equipment

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Independent production of a self-designed and designed piece of work/furniture with a high level of difficulty

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Organisation of the work process: selection and procurement of materials, as well as communication with business partners

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Deepening CNC technology, optimizing the programs

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Implementation of the function test, quality control and quality assurance

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Presentation and analysis of the self-designed and manufactured workpiece in an exact technical language, preferably on the basis of the journeyman's piece

TECHNICAL CUSTOMER (tool, material and style)

Education and teaching tasks:

The students should be able to acquire the following skills in the course of the workshop and can also apply them in an interdisciplinary way:

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Knowledge of the raw material wood and wood-based materials.

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Acquire knowledge of the usual working and auxiliary materials in the carpentry, as well as the semi-finished products and surface agents.

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Know the professional tools, devices and devices according to the state of the art, understand their application and know about the dangers.

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be familiar with the equipment and ergonomics of the workplace.

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know the modern working methods and techniques, and are familiar with the subject areas of furniture, doors and windows, as well as interior design and staircase construction.

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about building physics as well as about the basics of measurement and testing techniques.

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Knowledge of automation and control technology has to solve complex tasks in a more interdisciplinary way with regard to individual teaching materials.

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Acquire knowledge of the nature of the Stilepochen, in particular in furniture construction, know about their construction and analyse the style of furniture.

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be familiar with safety, construction, environmental and fire safety regulations in the context of the risk briefing.

Didactic principles:

The subject-theoretical instruction is coordinated with the teaching of crafts, the contents are conveyed in a similar way, so that the understanding of the facts is facilitated to the students.

Modern teaching materials such as computers, projectors and subject-specific software increase the viewing factor and should be used to an appropriate extent.

Cross-connections should be made in the wood surface treatment (acids, alkalis, bleaches, lacquers) to the subject of chemistry, in the field of construction engineering with the subject of physics and in the field of history lessons with the subject history.

In the field of machinery and surface technology, the protection of health and respect for the environment must be pointed out to various regulations and hazards, and should preferably be used with examples of examples.

From the 5. to 7. Class is per semester a one-hour school work and in the 8. Class to carry out a one-hour school work per school year.

Teaching material:

5. Class:

Professional image, carpentry workshop, work routine, workplace:

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Safety regulations, accident hazards, ergonomics and equipment in the carpenter's shop

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Hand tools and tools

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Wood, meaning and effects of the forest

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Wood formation, structure and components of the wood

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Work of the wood and constructive measures

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Technical and aesthetic properties, wood defects and wood diseases

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Wood detection

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Glues in natural and synthetic form

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Basic design types in furniture construction

6. Class:

Materials Science (1 week hour)

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Veneers and their production

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Plate materials

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Mechanical and chemical surface treatment

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Fastening technology during assembly

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Excipients in the carpenter's shop

Machine dogs (2 hours per week)

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Basic technological terms: electricity, electric motors, electrical protection measures, maintenance and maintenance of woodworking machines

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The construction, area of use, handling and accident prevention of electrical hand-held machines, standard machines and special machines

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CNC machines

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Machines for machining

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Machines, equipment and systems for surface treatment

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Wood drying systems, compressed air systems, machinery and equipment for waste disposal

7. Class:

General construction work of the carpenter: building regulations, standards, building physics

Windows and window doors:

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Constructions, quality characteristics and stress classes, fittings, glazing, constructive wood protection

Window shutter construction:

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Boards, frames, blinds, roller shutters

Inside and outside doors

Interior design:

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Wall and ceiling panelling, partition walls and wooden floors

Staircase:

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Dimensions and regulations, various design types

Deepening:

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Complex tasks in building physics (e.g. U-value Calculation of multi-shell structures with lambda size and thermal conductivity)

8. Class:

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The Stilepochen from antiquity to the present. Decorative forms, stylistic elements, surfaces and techniques of furniture construction are to be treated with emphasis from the Gothic to the modern age.

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Repeat and consolidate the entire teaching material with regard to the final examination

TECHNICAL DRAWING AND DESIGN TEACHING

Education and teaching tasks:

The students should be able to acquire the following skills in the course of the workshop and can also apply them in an interdisciplinary way:

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understand the fundamentals of wooden drawings and be able to produce true-to-life drawings.

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master self-employed design, ready-to-use sketches and draw a ready-to-execute workpiece with practical CAD software systems up to detailed planning.

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to increase the spatial idea, to represent the design in a three-dimensional and perspective view.

Didactic principles:

The students are familiar with the CAD software and its operation.

The wood-specific character standard, especially in the area of the crack arrangement, line representation, dimensioning, hatching and inscription is basic knowledge. It is to be defined as a presetting in the drawing program.

The development of the feeling of form, design and proportion is to be promoted through free hand exercises. Furthermore, in this context, cooperation with the teaching subject "Bildnerische educated" or "Bildnerische educated" To strive for design.

In the 8. In the framework of the technical project class, a graphic housework is to be created. The project includes: the overview drawing, sectional drawings and detailed drawings as well as a perspective view. The technical description and an expiry plan shall be drawn up. A maximum of 80 hours is provided for the technician project.

From the 5. to 7. Class is per semester a two-hour school work and in the 8 class a two-hour school work is to be carried out per school year.

Teaching material:

5. Class:

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Familiarist with the operating elements of the technical CAD program

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Basics of drawing: drawing aids, character standards

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Technical drawing: Representation of workpieces

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Construction: frame joints, corpus joints, latitude connections, longitudinal joints, ridge connections

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Furniture details: Socket-rear wall, loading, furniture door constructions as well as door stops

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Presentation of the piece of teaching which is produced in the workshop. Overview drawing, sectional drawing, details

6. Class:

Basic furniture constructions:

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Bretterbau, Construction, Stollenbau, Plattenbau

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Constructive development of pre-defined drafts: open hand sketches, design and overview drawings, sectional drawings and detailed drawings

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Simple window types, doors

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Fundamentals of project management

7. Class:

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furnishing plan on the basis of a self-designed apartment floor plan, symbols (kitchen, living room, bathroom, entrance hall, staircase)

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Floor plans of kitchens and views resulting from them

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Insulating glass windows (view, cut-out section, cross-section)

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Inside and outside doors

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Rose: basic structures, slope ratio, coiled staircase

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Three-dimensional and perspective representation of furniture

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Self-design of a furniture as a pre-exercise on the journeyman's piece. Independent reconstruction from the overview drawing to the perspective view

8. Class:

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Planning of the journeyman piece

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

See aa) Mechanical engineering, business administration. "

8. Annex A/lF (Curriculum of the Gymnasium with a third foreign language at the Public Gymnasium of the Theresianian Academy Foundation in Vienna) Sixth part (syllabus of the individual teaching subjects) Section A (compulsory subject) Compulsory Subject Living foreign language (third) is in the section Education and teaching, didactical principles of the last paragraph:

" For those classes at which the partial standardized tire test (according to § 78b, § 82c and/or § 82c) § 82 para. 5p Z 2 lit. a and b SchUG in the version of the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 73/2012), the "performance determination" section of the third part shall apply to the time frame of school work, subject to the condition that, in the case of school work lasting several hours, until the penultimate school level, the submission and Processing of tasks (receptive competences "reading and listening comprehends" as well as productive skills "language use in context and writing") can be carried out in the order in question and in chronological sequence, in which to take place in the penultimate and last school level. In the standardized foreign languages, the use of auxiliary agents is not permitted. In non-standard foreign languages, the use of an (electronic) dictionary is permissible, the use of lexicons or electronic information media is not permitted. "

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