Track Construction Technology Training Regulations

Original Language Title: Gleisbautechnik-Ausbildungsordnung

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180. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, Family and Youth on Vocational Training in the Apprenticeship Trades Track Construction Technology (Track Construction Technology Training Order)

On the basis of § § 8a and 24 of the Vocational Training Act (BAG), BGBl. No. 142/1969, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I No 35/2012, shall be arranged:

Teaching profession track construction technology

§ 1. (1) The The teaching profession of track construction technology is set up with a teaching period of three years as an educational experiment.

(2) Training in the field of track-building technology may take place until 31 May 2017.

(3) The terms chosen in this Regulation shall include the male and female form. In the teaching contracts, teaching certificates, certificate of teaching qualifications and teaching letters, the teaching profession is to be described in the form corresponding to the sex of the apprentist (track construction technician or track building technician).

Professional profile

§ 2. Through vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school, the apprentice trained in the teaching profession, Gleisbautechnik, is to be able to carry out the following activities professionally, independently and in a responsible way:

1.

Carry out surveying work by means of occupational surveying and locating devices,

2.

Manual and machine working and processing of materials such as wood, metal, plastic and concrete,

3.

Co-operating in the storage and transport of materials (including finished parts, bulk materials, track and fabric roasts) in compliance with the prevention of damage,

4.

Excavation of excavations and excavations as well as the production of structures and supports,

5.

Manufacture of foundations also for platform edges as well as movers of simple concrete and reinforced concrete components,

6.

Manufacture of the various surface fastenings and their substructures,

7.

Manufacture of the upper structure, such as laying of the tracks and switches on planum, and mounting of track terminations and rail pull-out devices,

8.

Carry out maintenance, suppression and repair work on track systems (e.g. regulation of track, groove, lead and bump gaps) and on other railway systems,

9.

Manufacture of railway crossings and railway crossings,

10.

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

Professional image

§ 3. (1) The following vocational training is defined for the training in the apprenticeship system of track construction technology. The skills and knowledge referred to shall be conveyed, at the latest in the teaching year referred to in each case, in such a way as to enable the apprentice to pursue qualified activities in the sense of the professional profile, which shall, in particular: Independent planning, carrying out, controlling and optimising.

Pos.

1. Year of Teacher

2. Year of Teacher

3. Year of Teacher

1.

Knowledge of the operational and legal form of the teaching staff

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2.

Knowledge of the organizational structure and tasks and responsibilities of the individual operating areas

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3.

Introduction to the tasks, the branch position and the offer of the teaching establishment

Knowledge of the market position and the customer base of the teaching company

4.

Knowledge of work planning and work preparation

Perform work planning; set work steps, work equipment and working methods

5.

Ergonomic design of the workplace

6.

Knowledge of the materials and auxiliaries, their properties, uses and processing facilities, in compliance with the relevant processing guidelines

7.

Handling and maintenance of the tools, equipment, machines, devices, devices and working tools to be used

8.

Basic knowledge of railway operations

Knowledge of the characteristics of the railway operation and the associated risks, including the possibilities for minimising or minimising the risks involved. Prevention and safety principles of the operating rules

9.

Basic knowledge of the trortization, the light space requirement and the light space

Knowledge of the light space requirement and of the light space

10.

Basic knowledge of railway technology (e.g. track guidance technology, wheel-rail problems), railway safety technology and railway power, lighting and power stations, as well as knowledge of the handling of electric current in compliance with safety regulations

11.

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Knowledge of the means of communication for the management of railway operations

Carrying out the communication in the railway service

12.

Manual and machine working and processing of materials such as wood, metal, plastic and concrete

13.

Manufacture of detachable and non-detachable connections such as top-of-the-line welds-joint welds and application welds of rails

14.

Basic knowledge of the harmful influences on the materials and the measures to prevent them

Knowledge of the harmful influences on the materials and the measures to prevent them

15.

Basic knowledge of the storage and transport of materials

Co-working with the storage and transport of materials (including finished parts, bulk solids, track and fabric roasts), while respecting damage prevention

16.

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Knowledge of the mode of operation, application possibilities, maintenance and maintenance of machines and construction machines

17.

Reading of construction plans, material and parts lists as well as rules drawings, track and soft plans

Determine the material and material requirements, create material and parts lists as well as simple track plans

18.

Creating sketches and simple drawings

19.

Knowledge of the function and fields of application of surveying devices such as band size, measuring plate, measuring wheel, levelling device, theodolite and lasers and locating devices (e.g. GPS)

Handling and use of occupational surveying and locating devices

20.

Collaborate on measuring, measuring, transmitting, flying, creating, securing and plugging

Measuring, Measuring, Transfer, Fluchten, Creating, Securing, And Plugging In

21.

Co-working with the measurement (track, groove, impact gaps and guidelines) as well as measuring (position and levelling) as well as filling out the required test sheets

Measuring (track, groove, impact gaps and sizes) and measuring (position and level) as well as filling out the required test sheets

22.

Knowledge and implementation of the construction site facility, the construction process and the construction site security measures in accordance with the relevant security and other legislation

23.

Basic knowledge of soil types, soil remediation and soil exchange as well as the earthworks

Knowledge of soil types, soil remediation and soil exchange as well as soil construction

24.

Knowledge of the excavation of excavations and excavations

Excavation of excavations and excavations as well as the manufacture of structures and supports

25.

Introduction of bulk materials

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26.

Basic knowledge of the foundation

Manufacture of foundations also for platform edges

27.

Manufacture of simple mortar and concrete mixes

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28.

Manufacture of simple formwork and reinforcements

Moving of simple concrete and reinforced concrete components

29.

Basic knowledge of bituminous mixed good

Processing of bituminous mixed material

30.

Basic knowledge of the various surface fastenings and their substructures

Knowledge and production of the various surface fastenings and their substructures

31.

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Knowledge of the driving-path technical principles of the superstructure and of the track construction (such as construction methods: transverse sills and fixed roadway), substructure constructions and drainage

32.

Knowledge of the materials used in track construction, such as rails, sleepers and oversize bulkheads, their properties and uses, as well as the rail fasteners

Knowledge and assessment of the reusability of built-in track construction materials

33.

Basic knowledge of the manufacturing of superstructures

Knowledge of the production of superstructures

34.

Basic knowledge of bridge construction, underground construction and tunnel construction

Knowledge of track constructions on railway bridges and track construction in railway tunnels

35.

Co-operating in the manufacture of the upper structure, such as laying the tracks and switches on the planum and mounting of track closures and rail extractors

Manufacture of the upper structure such as laying of the tracks and switches on the planum and mounting of track terminations and rail extractors

36.

Basic knowledge of surface drainage, drainage and deep dewatering

Knowledge of surface dewatering and drainage

37.

Basic knowledge of the signals

Knowledge of the signals

Mounting of slow travel and locking signals, pipe picking and signals for snowy cruises; mounting the signal, speed indicator and indicator

38.

Knowledge of the names of tracks and switches, routes, route sections and operating points

Mounting and mounting of stretchboards as well as border marks

39.

Handling and measuring with test equipment

Analysis of measurement and test results as well as creating documentation

40.

Basic knowledge of the maintenance process and its documentation

Knowledge and cooperation in maintenance, suppression and repair work on track systems (e.g. regulation of track, groove, line widths and bump gaps) and other railway systems

Carry out maintenance, suppression and state-of-the-art work on track systems (e.g. regulation of track, groove, lead and bump gaps) and other railway systems

41.

Knowledge of snow protection systems and snow and ice removal as well as carrying out winter-service work on the track body

42.

Knowledge of the types and design of railway crossings and intersections

Participation in the setting of measures in fault cases at railway crossings and rail crossings

43.

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Co-operating in the production of railway crossings and railway crossings

Manufacture of railway crossings and cross-rail crossings

44.

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Secured vehicles

45.

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Knowledge of the overbuilding and acceptance of superstructures

46.

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Filling the sheets, carrying out building day reports

47.

Knowledge and application of the EDP (hardware and software) used in the course of teaching

48.

Basic knowledge of quality assurance and quality control

Knowledge and application of company-specific quality management including documentation

49.

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Basic knowledge of the costs of railway operations

50.

Basic knowledge of the relevant laws, regulations, standards and other regulations for transport systems

Knowledge of the relevant laws, regulations, standards and other regulations for transport systems

51.

First Help

Behaviour in case of emergencies and incidents as well as first aid in the event of a starting point

52.

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

53.

Knowledge of the content and aim of the training, as well as essential training opportunities in this area

54.

Basic knowledge of environmental protection and its implementation on construction sites, as well as knowledge of measures for economical energy use

55.

Knowledge of the relevant safety regulations (in particular § § 20 and 21 ASchG and EisbAV) and standards in railway operation and railway construction, safety-related behaviour in the area of track systems, as well as the protective measures and behaviour in the Area of railway power plants

56.

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

(2) In the course of training in the professional knowledge and skills (with special attention to the requirements and requirements of the company (in order to ensure that the apprentite's personality is formed in order to provide him with the necessary skills for a specialist), he/she must be able to Key qualifications in terms of social competence (such as openness, teamwork, conflict ability), self-competence (such as self-assessment, self-confidence, self-reliance, resilience), methodological competence (such as presentation skills, rhetoric in German language, comprehensibility in the broad guidelines of the The English language) and competence for self-directed learning (such as willingness, knowledge of methods, ability to select suitable media and materials) to be conveyed.

§ 4. In the course of the first year of teaching, the apprentice is to give the apprentice an opportunity to attend a training in first aid, provided that this instruction is not taught by the vocational school or offered there.

Rejecting Audit

Outline

§ 5. (1) The final examination is divided into a theoretical and a practical test.

(2) The theoretical examination comprises the subjects Applied Mathematics, Specials and Materials Science.

(3) The theoretical examination shall not apply if the candidate for examination has reached the teaching objective of the last class of the professional vocational school or the successful completion of a vocational middle or higher school which replaces the teaching period has proven.

(4) The practical examination shall include the items of test work and expert discussion.

Theoretical examination

General provisions

§ 6. (1) The theoretical examination shall be carried out in writing. It can be carried out jointly for a larger number of candidates, if this is possible without adversely affecting the examination procedure. The theoretical examination can also be carried out in a computerised form, although all the essential steps for the examination board must be comprehensible.

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

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

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

Applied mathematics

§ 7. (1) The audit shall include tasks from all the following areas:

1.

Calculation of length and area calculation,

2.

Volume calculation and mass calculation,

3.

Material demand calculation,

4.

Calculation of rail lengths.

(2) Use of calculation instructions, formulas and tables is allowed.

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

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

Specialist

§ 8. (1) The audit shall include the substantive answer to tasks from all the following areas:

1.

tools, equipment and machines,

2.

Working methods and construction planning,

3.

Trade fairs and trade fairs,

4.

Poil tongues, structures and supports,

5.

Track substructures as well as track and soft forms.

(2) The test can also be carried out in programmed form with questionnaires. In this case, there are five tasks to be carried out in each area.

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

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

Materials Science

§ 9. (1) The audit shall include the substantive answer to tasks from all the following areas:

1.

materials and auxiliary substances and their storage, even taking into account harmful influences,

2.

Upper building materials (rails, soft parts, bulkheads, sleepers, rail mountings, formwork materials),

3.

the fundamentals of material testing,

4.

soil types,

5.

Materials for load-bearing layers.

(2) The test can also be carried out in programmed form with questionnaires. In this case, there are five tasks to be carried out in each area.

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

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

Practical examination

Audit work

§ 10. (1) The examination must be carried out in the form of the processing of an operational work order and shall include the following activities, after the examination board has been specified.

1.

Track and track measurements,

2.

Manufacture of detachable and unsolvable connections,

3.

Manufacture a surface including substructure,

4.

inspection of a shunt,

5.

Make a butt bridge.

(2) The Examination Committee shall, on the basis of the purpose of the final examination and the requirements of the professional practice, place a task on each candidate for examination, which can normally be carried out in six hours.

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

(4) The evaluation shall be based on the following criteria:

1.

Dimensional accuracy,

2.

professional execution,

3.

Properly using the right tools, equipment, machines and tools,

4.

Proper use of the right materials.

Expert discussion

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

(2) The expert discussion has to be developed from the practical activity. Here, the practical knowledge of the candidate is to be determined by using technical terms. The examination candidate shall present technical problems and their solutions, identify the technical background relevant to the contract and justify the procedure in the performance of the contract. The examination is in the form of a conversation that is as lively as possible, with a call for discussion by means of the description of situations and problems.

(3) The purpose of the topic is to correspond to the purpose of the final examination and to the requirements of the professional practice of the candidate for examination. In this case, tools, demonstration objects, working aids or display boards are to be used. Questions on relevant safety regulations, protection measures and accident prevention should be included.

(4) The expert discussion should take 15 minutes for each examination candidate. An extension of not more than ten minutes has to be made in individual cases, if the examination board is not otherwise able to assess the performance of the examination candidate without a doubt.

Repeat Review

§ 12. (1) The final examination of the Lehrabate can be repeated.

(2) In the case of the repetition of the examination, only the test items rated "not enough" shall be considered.

Evaluation

§ 13. The advisability of training in the field of track engineering is to be evaluated by using a vocational research institute. The Federal Vocational Training Advisory Board has until 31 May 2016 to submit an opinion (findings, motif report and conclusions) on the transfer of the teaching profession track construction technology into the regular training to the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, Family and Youth. In the event that an opinion is drawn up, no votes shall be taken into account in accordance with Section 31 (7) of the BAG.

entry into force

§ 14. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 June 2012.

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