Regulation Of Basic Education - Ministry Of Education

Original Language Title: Grundausbildungsverordnung - BMUKK

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260. Federal Minister for Education, the Arts and Culture of the Federal Ministry of Education, the Federal Ministry of Education, the Federal Ministry of Education, the Federal Ministry of Education, the Arts and Culture (Grundausbildungsverordnung-BMUKK)

On the basis of § § 25 to 31 of the Civil Service Act 1979 (BDG 1979), BGBl. No. 333, and Section 67 of the Contract Law Act 1948 (VBG), Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). N ° 86, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I No 111/2010 shall be assigned:

Scope

§ 1. (1) This Regulation lays down the basic training for those employees in the department of the Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture who are in a public service or contractual relationship with the Federal Government and for which BDG is responsible for the In 1979, the successful completion of a basic training as an appointment or definition requirement, or which is required by the VBG or the contractual agreements for the completion of a basic training.

(2) This Regulation shall not apply to school psychologist and school psychologist.

Objectives of basic training

§ 2. (1) The aim of the basic training is to provide the staff with basic and comprehensive knowledge, as well as technical, methodological and social skills, and their practical application for the area of responsibility envisaged.

(2) The priority objectives of basic training shall be to:

1.

General knowledge and skills necessary for the performance of the tasks of a particular use group or In principle, pay groups are required,

2.

the specific knowledge and skills of the workplace which the staff member or staff member has at the beginning of the basic training or is seeking to:

3.

Special features of the service in the department of the Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture,

4.

comprehensive knowledge of the functioning of the Austrian state institutions and of the European Union, and

5.

the principles and application possibilities of gender mainstreaming

to be conveyed.

Training manager or head of training, training officer, representative

§ 3. (1) Training manager or training manager is the person who is responsible for the management of the training and further training of staff in the department of teaching, art and culture of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

(2) For each service authority of the Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture as well as for the central office, a training officer or a training officer shall be appointed by the training manager or by the training manager. The staff of the Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture who are assigned to the central office as well as to the officials of the Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture who are assigned to the affiliated institutions are also responsible for the training of the , a training officer or a training officer can also carry out this function for several organisational units.

(3) As a representative for the individual training subjects, suitably qualified persons are to be used, as far as possible, staff of the department of the Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture. These will be appointed by mutual agreement from the training manager or the training manager.

Training Plan

§ 4. The training officer or the training officer shall draw up a training plan for basic training for each staff member and staff member without delay and at the latest within two months of the date of entry into service. In the preparation of the training plan, the specialist staff or the specialist staff as well as the apprentices or the apprentices are to be heard. The personal circumstances of the staff or of the staff member and the interests of the service shall be taken into account appropriately.

(2) The training plan shall specify:

1.

A brief description of the workplace on which the practical use is made,

2.

the rotation jobs, including the start and end-point of the allocation to these, and

3.

the training subjects that are appropriate.

(3) The training plan shall be designed in such a way as to enable the completion of basic training within the training phase.

(4) The allocation to basic training shall be carried out by the service authority. The registration of the staff member or staff member shall be carried out without delay and at the latest within two months of the date on which he or she enters the service. In the application, an invoice is to be added to the period of the training phase as well as of individual training subjects (§ 9) with the apportioning of a corresponding justification.

(5) In case of a change of employment, in the case of a service allocation to another area of the department or in case of longer absences from the service (e.g., leave of leave, longer sick leave) is from the training officer or the training officer immediately adapt the training plan accordingly (e.g. postponement of training subjects).

Construction of basic training

§ 5. (1) The basic training shall consist of:

1.

of a first orientation beginning with the entry into service,

2.

a basic theoretical training offered in the form of a blocked course (with the exception of the legal service) in the Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture and

3.

a practical application consisting of the training at the main workplace and the job rotation.

(2) The basic theoretical training takes place on the basis of the different requirements separately according to the use and pay groups:

1.

For jobs of the use or Remuneration groups A 1, A, v1 for right-handed use (in accordance with section 8 (2)),

2.

in the case of employment of the use or Remuneration groups A 1, A, v1 for other uses,

3.

in the case of employment of the use or Pay groups A 2, B, v2,

4.

in the case of employment of the use or Pay groups A 3, C, v3 and

5.

in the case of employment of the use or Pay groups A 4 and A 5, D and v4.

(3) If required, staff members of the use or Remuneration groups A 1, A, v1 and A 2, B, v2 and staff of the use and/or Pay groups A 3, C, v3 and A 4 and A 5, D and v4 are each taught together in one course.

(4) Staff who are seeking a higher level of use and who fulfil all other conditions, other than basic training, for transfer to the higher group of users or remuneration, may, in accordance with the conditions of free capacity, be able to: theoretical training according to § 8. The practical use referred to in paragraph 1 Z 3 may only be carried out in the context of actual use on the higher-order workplace.

(5) Within the framework of the basic theoretical training, practice-oriented specialisation modules can be offered in accordance with the organisational possibilities offered by the training manager or the training manager.

Initial orientation and practical use

§ 6. (1) The first orientation begins with the service step and lasts for a maximum of two months. It shall include the teaching of the knowledge which is directly necessary for the service. The training shall be carried out in particular:

1.

by instruction by the superiors or superiors, as well as the provision of appropriate documents, and

2.

through the training in the ressortspecific EDP applications.

(2) The initial orientation shall be as preceded by the basic theoretical training and the job rotation and shall be carried out by use at the permanent workplace of the staff member or staff member.

Job rotation

§ 7. The staff of the use or Remuneration groups A 1, A, v1 and A 2, B, v2 shall be at least equal to the organisational possibilities and needs of their use within the framework of an individual training programme which shall form part of the respective training plan, at least To be allocated one time and at most three times a different organizational unit or another department in the department of the Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture for training purposes. The allocation shall be made for a period of two to six weeks. The training on rotation jobs must be completed within the training phase.

Basic theoretical training

§ 8. (1) The training in the individual subjects may be

1.

Courses,

2.

Self-study with learning help,

3.

Housework,

4.

electronic distance learning,

5.

a combination of the types of training referred to in Z 1 to 4, or

6.

other appropriate form

,

(2) Staff of the legal service shall complete the basic theoretical training, including the corresponding examinations within the framework of the German Federal Chancellery's modular basic training programme. Only the training courses "Ressortfach" and "Grundlagen der Kommunikation" are completed in the Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture. Exceptions or Derogations from this rule may be available if necessary.

(3) The service authorities may also allocate training events to staff members on grounds of economic efficiency, expediency and economy, offered by other federal services or by institutions outside the federal government.

(4) Staff members not belonging to the department of the department may, with regard to their use, visit individual items as gas thinners in accordance with vacant places against cost replacement.

(5) After completion of the training courses, staff shall be given the opportunity to give an opinion on the evaluation. To this end, evaluation forms shall be laid down, or To conduct surveys.

Contents of the theoretical training

§ 9. The Annex are subject to the relevant training subjects for the respective use and/or A group of units (50 min) to be completed.

Examination Rules

§ 10. (1) The acquisition of the knowledge and skills taught in the basic theoretical training, with the exception of the subjects "Fundamentals of Communication" and "Learning to learn", must be proven in a service examination.

(2) The service examination consists of partial examinations, which are to be deposited in each case by way of a training subject called in the facility and whose contents form the subject of the partial examination. The partial examinations are conducted as a written examination, as an oral examination or as a practical examination before individual examiners. To store individual examiners. Partial checks can be summarized. A separate admission to each partial examination is not necessary.

(3) Oral examinations shall be open to the public in the case of federal staff.

(4) The course of the partial examination shall be carried out by the examiner. to draw up a protocol to be submitted by the auditor to the Chairman of the Commission's Commission for the Verification of Credentials and Services. In the audit protocol, the questions and/or To record the tasks assigned and to indicate whether the partial examination is to be qualified as "passed with distinction" (A), "passed" (B) or "fail" (N).

(5) A partial examination which has not been passed can be repeated twice. The reprobative period shall be at least two months. The second repetition shall be held before an examination senate under the chairmanship of the of the Chairperson of the Commission of the Commission or of its whose deputy (§ 13) is allowed to take place.

(6) In the event of assignment to an educational programme of the Federal Chancellery or of another Federal Ministry, the partial exams completed there shall be equivalent to a partial examination as provided for in paragraph 2, provided that they are in a subject specified in the Appendix have been filed. The successful filing of these partial exams must be proven by a certificate from the Examination Committee.

(7) The service examination shall then be deemed to be successful if all the partial tests have been passed.

Certificate

§ 11. (1) The official examination is carried out by the Chairman of the Service Examination Commission or the Chairman of the Service Examination Commission. to issue a certificate to the latter or to his/her deputy. In the certificate, all the partial exams of the service examination must be designated and the respective assessment should be recorded.

(2) A credit statement issued in accordance with the principles of § 30 BDG 1979 by other federal departments or institutions outside the Federal Republic of Germany has been successfully completed in the certificate of assessment with "credited". .

(3) The original of the certificate shall be handed out to the staff member or to the staff member, a copy shall be deposited in the personnel act.

Completion of basic training

§ 12. (1) After the successful completion of the service examination, the basic training is completed.

(2) At the end of the practical use, the specialist staff of the main workplace shall have an employee's interview with the staff member, in which the results of the practical use are evaluated.

Service Review Commission

§ 13. (1) In the Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture, a Service Examination Committee is to be set up, whose members act as individual examiners or as members of an examination board.

(2) The Chairman or Chairperson, and the other members of the Service Examination Commission shall be appointed by the Federal Minister for Education, the Arts and Culture for a period of five years.

(3) If necessary, the Service Examination Commission may be supplemented by additional members for the remainder of its functional duration.

(4) The membership of the Service Examination Committee ends with the departure from the staff of the Federal Government as well as with the legally binding imposition of a disciplinary penalty. It rests on the day of the initiation of a disciplinary procedure until its final conclusion, during the period of the (provisional) suspension of the service or the service. in the case of an out-of-service position or a mapping.

In-force pedals and transitional phase

§ 14. (1) This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 September 2011. Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture, Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture, Federal Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture (BMUKK Basic Education Regulation), Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). II No 206/2007, will expire on 31 August 2011.

(2) Basic training, which began before 1 September 2011, shall be completed in accordance with the provisions applicable until 31 August 2011.

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