Metal Technology Training Regulations

Original Language Title: Metalltechnik-Ausbildungsordnung

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148. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, Family and Youth on vocational training in the teaching profession Metalltechnik (Metalltechnik-trainordnung)

On the basis of § § 8, 24 and 27 of the Vocational Training Act (BAG), BGBl. No. 142/1969, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I No 40/2010, shall be arranged:

Teaching profession Metal technology

§ 1. (1) The teaching profession Metalltechnik is set up as a module teaching profession.

(2) In addition to the basic module binding for all apprentices, one of the following main modules must be developed:

1.

Machine building technology (H1)

2.

Vehicle construction technology (H2)

3.

Metal construction and sheet metal technology (H3)

4.

Steel building technology (H4)

5.

Forging technology (H5)

6.

Tool-building technology (H6)

7.

Welding Technology (H7)

8.

Machining technology (H8)

(3) In order to deepen and specialise in training, a further main module or one of the following special modules may be selected, taking into account Article 1 (4):

1.

Automation Technology (S1)

2.

Design Technology (S2)

3.

Design Technology (S3)

4.

Process and production technology (S4)

(4) The following combinations of main modules and special modules are possible:

Main modules

can be combined with

H1

H2

H3

H4

H5

H6

H7

H8

S1

S2

S3

S4

H1

X

X

X

Duration

4

4

4

H2

X

X

X

Duration

4

4

4

H3

X

X

Duration

4

4

H4

X

X

X

Duration

4

4

4

H5

X

Duration

4

H6

X

X

X

X

Duration

4

4

4

4

H7

X

X

Duration

4

4

H8

X

X

X

X

Duration

4

4

4

4

(5) The training in the module teaching profession metal technology lasts for a maximum of four years. In the first two years of teaching, the basic module is to be conveyed. The training in the basic module and in the chosen main module lasts three and a half years. If a further main module or a special module is completed, the teaching time takes four years. A combination of further modules is then no longer possible.

(6) The terms chosen in this Regulation shall include the male and female form. In the teaching contract, the teaching certificate, the teaching letter and the certificate of teaching qualification, the teaching profession is to be described in the form corresponding to the sex of the apprentist (metal technician, metal technician).

(7) All or The main modules and special modules are to be noted in the teaching contract, certificate, letter of instruction and in the certificate of teaching qualification by a corresponding notice in addition to the name of the teaching profession.

Professional profile

§ 2. (1) apprentices trained in the basic module and the main module of mechanical engineering are in a position to carry out the following activities after vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school:

1.

Manufacture of relevant workpieces and components, taking into account the required fitting standards, as well as shaft connections for torque transmission,

2.

Make sketches, individual parts and assembly drawings with the help of CAD,

3.

Programming and using computer-assisted (CNC) machine tools,

4.

Manufacture, assemble, mount and mount components, machinery, equipment, equipment and constructions according to instructions and plans, also in conjunction with mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems,

5.

Dismantle, repair and maintain components, machinery, equipment, equipment and structures in combination with mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems,

6.

Systematic search, limitations and elimination of defects, defects and faults in components, machinery, equipment, installations and constructions, including mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems,

7.

Collect and document technical data on the progress of the work and the results of the work,

8.

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

(2) apprentices trained in the basic module and the main module of automotive engineering are in a position to carry out the following activities after vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school:

1.

Manufacture of parts made of different materials for the manufacture of vehicles,

2.

Assemble, assemble and build up the construction of vehicles (such as truck superstructures, truck trailers),

3.

Installing, adjusting, troubleshooting (manual and by means of EDP) and lifting of brake systems,

4.

Assembly, adjustment and testing of electrical (e.g. lighting), hydraulic, pneumatic and electronic equipment on the vehicle,

5.

Systematic searches, limitations and elimination of faults, defects and faults in vehicle chassis, vehicle bodies and trailers, as well as testing of vehicle chassis, vehicle bodies and trailers,

6.

Systematic searches, limitations and elimination of faults, defects and faults in electrical (e.g. lighting), hydraulic, pneumatic and electronic equipment on the vehicle,

7.

Collect and document technical data on the progress of the work and the results of the work,

8.

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

(3) apprentices trained in the basic module and the main module for metal construction and sheet-metal technology are in a position to carry out the following activities after vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school:

1.

Manufacture of parts in sheet metal or metal construction, such as sheet metal profiles, windows, doors, fittings, locks or facade elements,

2.

Assembling and mounting of constructions such as sheet metal housing, window and facade elements, fittings, locks, etc.

3.

Repair and maintenance of constructions such as sheet metal parts, window and facade elements, fittings, locks, etc.,

4.

Manufacture and installation of sound protection, moisture, thermal insulation and fire protection elements,

5.

Installation and mounting of electric, pneumatic and hydraulic drives,

6.

Collect and document technical data on the progress of the work and the results of the work,

7.

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

(4) apprentices trained in the basic module and the main module for steel construction are in a position to carry out the following activities after vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school:

1.

Manufacture and edit steel parts for building and hall constructions, portals, containers, etc.,

2.

Assemble, assemble and build constructions such as building and hall constructions, portals, containers, etc.

3.

Repair and maintenance of constructions such as building and hall constructions, portals, containers, etc.,

4.

Check, prepare, treat and protect surfaces, including corrosion protection,

5.

Collect and document technical data on the progress of the work and the results of the work,

6.

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

(5) apprentices trained in the basic module and the main module forging technology are able to carry out the following activities after vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school:

1.

Design and display metal design works on paper and in the model,

2.

Forging by hand and with power hammer according to drawing, pattern and stencil and in gifts for the production of forged products (such as railings, grids, gates, doors, burns, gates, gates, gates, gates, gates, gates, gates, gates, gates, gates, gates, gates,

3.

Assemble, assemble, set and repair forged products (such as railings, grids, gates, doors, burns),

4.

Manufacture forging tools and devices,

5.

Heat treatment of metal materials for hot preforming or material quenching,

6.

Restoration and conservation of historic metal works,

7.

Collect and document technical data on the progress of the work and the results of the work,

8.

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

(6) apprentices trained in the basic module and the main module tool-building technology are in a position to carry out the following activities after vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school:

1.

Manufacture and edit simple and complex components on conventional and (CNC) machine tools, taking into account the fit standards,

2.

Assembling, setting, commissioning and testing of tools and assemblies of stamping, moulding and injection moulding technology,

3.

Repair and maintenance of tools and assemblies for punching, forming and injection molding technology,

4.

Systematic searches, limitations and elimination of defects, defects and faults in tools and assemblies of punching, forming and injection molding technology,

5.

Apply heat treatment and hardness testing procedures,

6.

Carry out test series for initial sample testing,

7.

Collect and document technical data on the progress of the work and the results of the work,

8.

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

(7) apprentices trained in the basic module and the main module welding technology are able to carry out the following activities after vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school:

1.

Machining of relevant materials by hand and machine,

2.

Manual and machine-ready preparation of welded joints,

3.

Perform various welding processes on metals,

4.

Post-treatment of welded joints as well as detection and repair of welding defects,

5.

Mechanical and thermal straightening of welding constructions,

6.

Carry out material tests and their documentation,

7.

Apply corrosion protection measures to weld seams and constructions,

8.

Collect and document technical data on the progress of the work and the results of the work,

9.

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

(8) In the basic module and the main module of machining technology, trained apprentices are in a position to carry out the following activities after vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school:

1.

Create, program, and modify computer-based production programs
(CNC) machine tools and manufacturing equipment in accordance with relevant standards,

2.

Take over and adapt computer-aided (CAD) constructions in production programs (CAM),

3.

Determine the machining parameters and select the corresponding machining tools,

4.

Equipping, commissioning and operating machine tools and manufacturing plants for machining materials,

5.

Maintenance and maintenance of machine tools and manufacturing plants for the machining of materials,

6.

Systematic search, limitations and elimination of defects, defects and faults in machine tools and manufacturing plants for the machining of materials,

7.

Collect and document technical data on the progress of the work and the results of the work,

8.

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

9.

Advice from customers on the company's quality management.

(9) apprentices trained in the special module automation technology are able to carry out the following activities after vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school:

1.

Construction, commissioning and testing of metrology equipment, components and assemblies of control and control technology as well as components and assemblies of pneumatics and hydraulics for machines and plants,

2.

Systematic search, limitations and elimination of errors, defects and faults in metrology equipment, components and assemblies of control and control technology as well as components and assemblies of pneumatics and hydraulics for Machinery and equipment,

3.

Maintenance and maintenance of metrology equipment, components and assemblies of control and control technology as well as components and assemblies of pneumatics and hydraulics for machines and plants,

4.

Program and parameterize programmable logic controllers on machines and systems

5.

Advising customers on automation issues.

(10) apprentices trained in the special module design technology are in a position to carry out the following activities after vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school:

1.

Create design drawings by hand and computer-based,

2.

Planning, designing and creative design of products, individual parts or assemblies according to their own ideas or according to design specifications for metal structures,

3.

Carry out calculations in connection with the design of products, individual parts or assemblies for metal structures,

4.

Collect customer data with respect to the design and handling of various products to improve handling,

5.

Advising customers on the design of metal structures.

(11) apprentices trained in the special module design technology are able to carry out the following activities after vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school:

1.

Apply computer-aided drawing and construction (CAD, CAM),

2.

Carry out relevant calculations with formulas, tables and computing devices,

3.

Create technical documentation, such as parts lists, documentation, testing, control, setting plans, etc. with computer-supported systems,

4.

Apply the design classification as well as the development of functional solutions

5.

Design and draw of components, assemblies, devices, machines, plants and components,

6.

Advising customers on questions of construction of metal products.

(12) apprentices trained in the special module process and production technology are able to carry out the following activities after vocational training in the course of teaching and in the vocational school:

1.

Co-operating in the implementation of the operational production management system,

2.

Apply methods for process evaluation and continuous process and quality improvement,

3.

Record, evaluate and assess process and quality data as well as initiate corrective action in the event of a failure,

4.

Computer-aided documentation of manufacturing and process steps,

5.

Co-working with the organization and handling of projects.

Professional image

§ 3. (1) In order to acquire the skills in the sense of the occupational profile, the apprentice is to be trained in the following knowledge and skills by the end of the basic module:

Pos.

Basic module Metal technology

1.

Teaching

1.1

Know the range of services offered by the teaching staff

1.2

Knowledge of the processes in the course of teaching and the organization of the teaching staff and conduct themselves afterwards

1.3

Know the legal framework of operational performance (legal form of the company) and other relevant legislation and behave according to the law

1.4

Know and behave according to operational risks as well as their reduction and avoidance

1.5

Knowing and applying the principles of operational quality management

1.6

Use, maintain and maintain the operating and auxiliary equipment (machines, equipment, etc.)

2.

Apprenticeship training

2.1

The obligations of the apprentiate and the teaching staff (§ § 9 and 10 BAG) resulting from the apprenticeship contract are familiar

2.2

Know the content and aim of the training

2.3

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

3.

Cross-disciplinary training (key qualifications)
In the manner of teaching the technical knowledge and skills, it is necessary to consider the promotion of the following interdisciplinary skills of the apprentiate:

3.1

Method competence, eg develop solution strategies, obtain information independently, select and structure, make decisions, etc.

3.2

Social competence, eg: working in teams, etc.

3.3

Personal competence, eg self-confidence and self-confidence, willingness to develop further education, needs and interests articulate etc.

3.4

Communicative competence, for example with customers, superiors, colleagues and other groups of people to communicate in a targeted way; English at the same level of industry and operating proficiently to be able to deny everyday and expert discussions

3.5

Working principles, such as diligence, reliability, responsibility, punctuality, etc.

3.6

Customer orientation: In the center of all activities in operation, the orientation has to stand to the needs of the customers

4.

Specialist training

4.1

Knowledge of work planning and preparation of work as well as participation in work planning, determination of work steps, work equipment and working methods

4.2

Knowledge of the work and auxiliary materials, their properties, processing possibilities, processing possibilities and possible uses

4.3

Knowledge of the coolants and lubricants, their application areas and their properties

4.4

Handling and maintenance of the equipment to be used, tools, machines, measuring and testing equipment and working methods

4.5

Reading and applying technical documents such as sketches, drawings, schematics, operating instructions, etc.

4.6

Production of sketches and basic technical drawings using computer-aided systems

4.7

Measurement and testing of mechanical parameters using measuring instruments and gauges

4.8

Select, create and check the required materials

4.9

Manual machining of materials such as sawing, drilling, grinding, filing, cutting threads, rubbing, etc.

4.10

Knowledge of the construction, function and operation of tools and (also computer-supported) machine tools

4.11

Machine machining of materials such as by simple turning, milling, grinding, sawing and machine thread cutting

4.12

Basic knowledge of the programming of machine tools and vending machines as well as creating simple programs

4.13

Manufacture of detachable (e.g. screw connections) and non-detachable (eg rivets) compounds

4.14

Knowledge of the structure and function of machine elements such as feather keys, pens, bearings, couplings, screws, seals, etc. and on their assembly and disassembly

4.15

Assemble and dismantle machine elements such as feather keys, pens, bearings, couplings, screws, seals, etc.

4.16

Basic knowledge of welding metallurgy as well as knowledge of the behaviour of materials in the event of heat exposure through welding processes

4.17

Knowledge of the simple heat treatment and their influence on the material properties

4.18

Basic knowledge of the material and hardness testing methods

4.19

Manufacture of simple welded joints using the methods of gas fusion welding, electrical welding and shielding gas welding

4.20

Knowledge of thermal separation

4.21

Manufacture soldered joints

4.22

Control and assess work results

4.23

Knowledge of the most important types of surface protection and corrosion prevention

4.24

Basic knowledge of statics and strength teaching

4.25

Basic knowledge of electrical engineering, pneumatics and hydraulics

4.26

Knowledge of how to deal with electricity in compliance with safety regulations

4.27

Basic knowledge of operational costs, their impact and their impact

4.28

Knowledge and application of the operational hardware and software

4.29

Knowledge and observance of the relevant safety regulations and standards, as well as knowledge of occupational health risks

4.30

Basic knowledge of first-time supply in case of occupational accidents

4.31

The measures and regulations relating to the protection of the environment relevant to the teaching profession: basic knowledge of operational measures for meaningful energy use in the job-relevant working area; basic knowledge of the work-related work area residual materials and their separation, recovery and disposal of waste

(2) In order to acquire the competences in the sense of the occupational profile, the apprentice is to be trained in the following knowledge and skills until the end of the chosen main module:

Pos.

Main module Mechanical engineering

1.

Conduct discussions with superiors, colleagues, customers and suppliers in accordance with the appropriate language of expression

2.

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

3.

Reading and applying technical drawings, presentations of technical connections, operating instructions, etc. also using computer-based systems

4.

Manufacture of standard-compliant technical drawings using computer-aided systems

5.

Manufacture of relevant workpieces and components, taking into account the required fitting standards as well as shaft connections for torque transmission

6.

Machine machining of materials such as turning, milling, grinding, etc.

7.

Programming and operation of computer-assisted (CNC) machine tools

8.

Manufacture of welded joints with the methods of gas fusion welding, electrical welding, gas welding, etc.

9.

Knowledge of occupational electrical engineering, pneumatics and hydraulics, electronics and mechanics as well as the relevant components and assemblies

10.

Assemble and install components for pneumatics and hydraulics assemblies

11.

Assembly and testing of simple electrotechnical components of control technology

12.

Manufacture of simple devices and spare parts

13.

Review, prepare, treat, and protect surfaces

14.

Manufacture, assembling, fastening and mounting of components, machines, equipment, devices and constructions according to instructions and plans, also in connection with mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems

15.

Disassembly, repair and maintenance of components, machines, equipment, devices and constructions, also in combination with mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems

16.

Systematic search, limitations and elimination of defects, defects and faults in components, machines, devices, devices and constructions, also in connection with mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems

17.

Logging and evaluating work results as well as their documentation using the operating EDP

Pos.

Main module Vehicle construction technology

1.

Conduct discussions with superiors, colleagues, customers and suppliers in accordance with the appropriate language of expression

2.

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

3.

Reading and applying technical drawings, presentations of technical connections, operating instructions, etc. also using computer-based systems

4.

Manufacture of standard-compliant technical drawings using computer-aided systems

5.

Manual and machine processing of materials (including non-metals and alternative materials), such as straightening, cutting, rubbing, riveting, bending, joining, forging, punching, simple hardening

6.

Machine machining of materials such as turning and milling

7.

Manufacture of welded joints with the methods of shielding gas welding and arc welding (multi-layer suture, constraint, aluminium, stainless steel)

8.

Hot and cold bending of profiles

9.

Manufacture of bodywork parts for vehicles

10.

Assemble, assemble and build the construction of vehicles (such as truck superstructures, truck trailers)

11.

Systematic search, limitations and elimination of faults, defects and faults on vehicle chassis, vehicle superstructures and trailers, as well as testing of vehicle chassis, vehicle bodies and trailers

12.

Checking of vehicle chassis, vehicle bodies and trailers

13.

Installation, setting, troubleshooting (manual and by means of EDP) and lifting of brake systems

14.

Knowledge of the occupational electrical engineering, electronics, pneumatics and hydraulics as well as the relevant components and assemblies

15.

Mounting, setting and testing of electrical (e.g. lighting), hydraulic, pneumatic and electronic devices on the vehicle

16.

Systematic search, limitations and elimination of faults, defects and faults in electrical (e.g. lighting), hydraulic, pneumatic and electronic equipment on the vehicle

17.

Review, prepare, treat, and protect surfaces

18.

Knowledge of professional standards and regulations

19.

Logging and evaluating work results as well as their documentation using the operating EDP

Pos.

Main module Metallbau-und Blechtechnik

1.

Conduct discussions with superiors, colleagues, customers and suppliers in accordance with the appropriate language of expression

2.

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

3.

Reading and applying technical drawings, presentations of technical connections, operating instructions, etc. also using computer-based systems

4.

Manufacture of standard-compliant technical drawings using computer-aided systems

5.

Knowledge of computer-based construction

6.

Application of insulating, sealing and insulating technology as well as connection techniques

7.

Manufacture and installation of soundproofing, moisture, thermal insulation and fire protection elements

8.

Calculation of sheet metal windings and blanks

9.

Use of static connections and fastenings as well as the construction connections

10.

Knowledge of the metals and profiles (aluminium, steel, chromium/nickel steel, composite materials, plastics, glass, etc.) of their properties, processing possibilities, processing possibilities and possible uses

11.

Manual and machine machining of materials such as riveting, straightening, bending, pacing, shearing, bending

12.

Machine machining of materials such as turning or milling

13.

Programming and operation of computer-assisted (CNC) machine tools

14.

Knowledge of the occupational electrical engineering, electronics, pneumatics and hydraulics as well as the relevant components and assemblies

15.

Manufacture of welded joints with special protection gas welding processes such as TIG (tungsten inert gas welding), MIG (metal inert gas welding), MAG (metal active gas welding) as well as resistance welding process (spot welding)

16.

Detection and repair of welding and binding errors as well as the assessment of welded joints and repair of the connection in the event of a starting point

17.

Manufacture of bent profiles as well as of metal structures

18.

Assembling and mounting of constructions such as sheet metal housing, window and facade elements, fittings, locks, etc.

19.

Repair and maintenance of constructions such as sheet metal parts, window and facade elements, fittings, locks, etc.

20.

Installation and mounting of electric, pneumatic and hydraulic drives

21.

Review, prepare, treat, and protect surfaces

22.

Knowledge of the concepts of statics and strength teaching

23.

Knowledge of professional standards and regulations such as building regulations, building measures, fire protection, resistance to wind and moisture, snow lees

24.

Logging and evaluating work results as well as their documentation using the operating EDP

Pos.

Main module for steel construction

1.

Conduct discussions with superiors, colleagues, customers and suppliers in accordance with the appropriate language of expression

2.

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

3.

Reading and applying technical drawings, presentations of technical connections, operating instructions, etc. also using computer-based systems

4.

Manufacture of standard-compliant technical drawings using computer-aided systems

5.

Manual and machine-machining of materials such as cutting, cutting, rubbing, cold and hot straighting, bending, simple hot-treating

6.

Machine machining of materials such as turning and milling

7.

Programming and operation of computer-aided (CNC) machine tools as well as the use of NC-controlled machines and their devices in the area of welding and thermal separation

8.

Manual and machine thermal separation

9.

Preparing welding edges, selecting additional materials as well as pre- and post-treatment of welded joints

10.

Manufacture of welded joints with the methods of shielding gas welding and arc welding (multiple layers, constraint)

11.

Detection and repair of welding defects as well as the assessment of welded joints and repair of the connection in the event of a starting point

12.

Knowledge of non-destructive and destructive material testing/welding seam testing, such as visual welding seam testing, tensile, bending and pressure tests, colour penetration procedures, ultrasonic testing methods and X-ray inspection procedures

13.

Basic knowledge of the most common hardware

14.

Working with pneumatic, hydraulic and electrical tools

15.

Manufacture, assemble, assemble and build constructions such as building and hall constructions, portals, containers, etc.

16.

Maintenance and maintenance of constructions such as building and hall constructions, portals, containers, etc.

17.

Testing, preparing, treating and protecting surfaces, including corrosion protection

18.

Knowledge of the concepts of statics and strength teaching

19.

Knowledge of professional standards and regulations

21.

Logging and evaluating work results as well as their documentation using the operating EDP

Pos.

Main Module Schmiedetechnik

1.

Conduct discussions with superiors, colleagues, customers and suppliers in accordance with the appropriate language of expression

2.

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

3.

Reading and applying technical drawings, presentations of technical connections, operating instructions, etc. also using computer-based systems

4.

Manufacture of standard-compliant technical drawings using computer-aided systems

5.

Design and display of metal design works on paper and in the model

6.

Knowledge of the style-from the Romanesque to the modern

7.

Knowledge of non-ferrous metals (aluminium, bronze, brass), their properties, processing possibilities, processing possibilities and possible uses

8.

Manual and machine-machining of materials such as chisels, heat treatments, hardening, annealing, firing and hot-making of the forging, fire-welding, forging, stretching, widths, spikes, spikes, holes, fissures, discontinuation, Straightending, bending, cropping, driving, rolling, twisting, shredding

9.

Machine machining of materials such as turning and milling

10.

Manual and machine processing of non-ferrous metals (aluminium, bronze, brass)

11.

Manufacture of welded joints with the methods of shielding gas welding and electrical welding (multi-layer steel, constraint, aluminium, stainless steel)

12.

Manufacture of forging tools and devices

13.

Forging by hand and with power hammer according to drawing, pattern and stencil and in gifts for the production of forged products (such as railings, grids, gates, doors, cemeteries)

14.

Assembling, mounting, setting and repairing forged products (such as railings, gates, gates, doors, cemeteries)

15.

Installation and mounting of electric and electronic door and door drives

16.

Review, prepare, treat, and protect surfaces

17.

Knowledge of the concepts of statics and strength teaching

18.

Knowledge of the restoration and conservation of historic metal works

19.

Restoration and conservation of historic metal works

20.

Knowledge of professional standards and regulations such as building regulations

21.

Logging and evaluating work results as well as their documentation using the operating EDP

Pos.

Main module Tool-building technology

1.

Conduct discussions with superiors, colleagues, customers and suppliers in accordance with the appropriate language of expression

2.

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

3.

Reading and applying technical drawings, presentations of technical connections, operating instructions, etc. also using computer-based systems

4.

Manufacture of standard-compliant technical drawings using computer-aided systems (CAD)

5.

Knowledge of computer-assisted Fertigens (CAM)

6.

Knowledge of composite materials (hard metals, fibre-reinforced materials, sintered metals), their properties, processing possibilities, processing possibilities and possible uses

7.

Knowledge of the punching processes, cutting processes, casting operations, injection processes and pressing processes

8.

Programming of computer-assisted (CNC) machine tools

9.

Manufacture and processing of simple and complex components on conventional and (CNC) machine tools, taking into account the fit standards

10.

Installation and expansion of machine elements and standard parts such as guide pins, guide bushings, ejectors, punches, bearings, etc.

11.

Assembling, setting, commissioning and testing of tools and assemblies for stamping, moulding and injection moulding technology

12.

Disassembly, repair and maintenance of tools and assemblies for punching, forming and injection molding technology

13.

Systematic search, limitations and elimination of faults, defects and faults on tools and assemblies of the punching, forming and injection molding technology

14.

Knowledge of the removal of production processes such as spark erosion

15.

Manufacture of adhesive and press connections

16.

Carrying out test series for initial sample testing

17.

Manufacture of welded joints using the methods of shielding gas welding

18.

Testing, preparing, treating and protecting surfaces against wear and corrosion as well as curing

19.

Application of heat treatment and hardness testing methods

20.

Knowledge of the fine processing as by honing and lapping

21.

Knowledge of the occupational electrical engineering, electronics, pneumatics and hydraulics as well as the relevant components and assemblies

22.

Knowledge of professional standards and regulations

23.

Logging and evaluating work results as well as their documentation using the operating EDP

Pos.

Main module welding technology

1.

Conduct discussions with superiors, colleagues, customers and suppliers in accordance with the appropriate language of expression

2.

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

3.

Reading and applying technical drawings, presentations of technical connections, operating instructions, etc. also using computer-based systems

4.

Manufacture of standard-compliant technical drawings using computer-aided systems

5.

Knowledge of the relevant standards such as EN 287-1

6.

Knowledge of the gases used in welding technology (e.g. oxygen, acetylene, noble gases, liquefied gases, protective gases, mixed gases), their properties, storage (bottles, marking), transport and handling, with due regard to the Safety rules

7.

Basic knowledge of metallurgy

8.

Knowledge of fusion welding processes (such as welding current sources, welding accessories, welding plants, hoses, electrodes, burner types, fittings and accessories, safety and working techniques, faults)-MAG 135, WIG 141, arc-type welding 111, Gas welding 311

9.

Knowledge of press welding processes-Resistance spot welding 21, burn-off butt welding 24, arc stud welding 781

10.

Knowledge of welding joints, welding positions, welding edge preparation, the pre- and post-treatment of welded joints, the behaviour of the materials in the application of heat by welding processes, as well as the recognition and heating of the welding joints Welding errors

11.

Preparing welding edges, selecting additional materials as well as pre- and post-treatment of welded joints

12.

Detection and repair of welding defects as well as the assessment of welded joints and repair of the connection in the event of a starting point

13.

Carrying out various welding processes on metals (MAG 135, WIG 141, arc welding 111, gas welding 311)

14.

Carrying out welding processes (according to choice) according to EN 287-1

15.

Knowledge of the soldering techniques and the execution of soldering work

16.

Manual and machine thermal separation

17.

Operation of NC-controlled machines and their devices in the area of welding and thermal separation

18.

Carrying out the fugue

19.

Mechanical and thermal straightening of welding constructions

20.

Application of corrosion protection measures on weld seams and constructions

21.

Knowledge of non-destructive and destructive material testing/welding seam testing, such as visual welding seam testing, tensile, bending and pressure tests, colour penetration procedures, ultrasonic testing methods and X-ray inspection procedures

22.

Carrying out material tests and their documentation

23.

Knowledge of the use of protective equipment in welding technology

24.

Logging and evaluating work results as well as their documentation using the operating EDP

Pos.

Main module machining technology

1.

Conduct discussions with superiors, colleagues, customers and suppliers in accordance with the appropriate language of expression

2.

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

3.

Reading and applying technical drawings, presentations of technical connections, operating instructions, etc. also using computer-based systems

4.

Manufacture of standard-compliant technical drawings using computer-aided systems

5.

Knowledge of computer-based construction

6.

Knowledge of computer-assisted Fertigens (CAM)

7.

Knowledge of composite materials (hard metals, fibre-reinforced materials, sintered metals), their properties, processing possibilities, processing possibilities and possible uses

8.

Determine the machining parameters and select the corresponding machining tools

9.

Knowledge of the teachings and clamping devices

10.

Manufacture and grinding of simple cutting tools

11.

Manufacturing and machining of simple and complex components on conventional and (CNC) machine tools by turning, milling, drilling, lowering, rubbing, thread cutting, grinding

12.

Create, program, and modify production programs for (CNC-) tool machines and manufacturing equipment according to relevant standards

13.

Take over and customize (CAD) constructions in production programs

14.

Equipping, commissioning and operation of machine tools and manufacturing plants for machining materials

15.

Repair and maintenance of machine tools and manufacturing plants for machining materials

16.

Systematic search, limitations and elimination of defects, defects and faults on machine tools and manufacturing plants for the machining of materials

17.

Knowledge of the removal of production processes such as spark erosion

18.

Manufacture of adhesive and press connections

19.

Testing, preparing, treating and protecting surfaces against wear and corrosion

20.

Professional knowledge of the heat treatment and hardness testing procedures

21.

Manufacture of devices and spare parts

22.

Knowledge of the fine processing as by honing and lapping

23.

Knowledge of the occupational electrical engineering, electronics, pneumatics and hydraulics as well as the relevant components and assemblies

24.

Knowledge of professional standards and regulations

25.

Logging and evaluating work results as well as their documentation using the operating EDP

(3) In order to acquire the competences in the sense of the occupational profile, the apprentice is to be trained in the following knowledge and skills until the end of the chosen special module.

Pos.

Special module automation technology

1.

Customer-friendly behavior and customer-friendly communication (eg Beraten of customers in questions of automation)

2.

Knowledge of automation technology for machines and plants

3.

Construction, commissioning and testing of metrology equipment, components and assemblies of control and control technology as well as components and assemblies of pneumatics and hydraulics for machines and systems

4.

Systematic search, limitations and elimination of faults, defects and faults in metrological equipment, components and assemblies of control and control technology as well as components and assemblies of pneumatics and hydraulics for Machinery and equipment

5.

Maintenance and maintenance of metrology equipment, components and assemblies of control and control technology as well as components and assemblies of pneumatics and hydraulics for machines and systems

6.

Selection of measurement methods and measuring instruments for measuring electrical and professional non-electrical quantities as well as assessments of the measurement results

7.

Programming and parameterization of programmable logic controllers on machines and systems

8.

Erecting, commissioning, testing and documenting automated machines and systems

9.

Applying methods for continuous quality improvement

10.

Knowledge of project management and project management

Pos.

Special module design technology

1.

Customer-friendly behavior and customer-friendly communication (eg Beraten of customers in questions of the design of metal structures)

2.

Basic knowledge of building materials, building ecology and building physics including statics

3.

Basic knowledge of the relevant standards and building regulations

4.

Basic knowledge of the guarantee, warranty and damages

5.

Knowledge of the latest trends in the operational product range

6.

Knowledge of the job-specific EDP as well as the application of the company-specific IT and various information technologies (e.g. Internet, databases)

7.

Capture of natural dimensions, transfer into the design and manufacture of models

8.

Knowledge of the possibilities of computer use in the design of products, individual parts or assemblies for metal structures

9.

Creation of creative design drawings by hand and computer-based

10.

Planning, designing and creative design of products, individual parts or assemblies for metal structures, taking into account the relationships between form, colour and material according to own ideas or according to specifications

11.

Carrying out calculations in connection with the design of products, individual parts or assemblies for metal structures (e.g. calculation of the material consumption)

12.

Selection and assembly of materials and auxiliary materials

13.

Knowledge of the structure and function of computer-assisted processing machines for metal and material processing

14.

Knowledge of the company-specific cost accounting and calculation

15.

Record customer data with regard to the design and handling of various products to improve handling

16.

Use of word processing and spreadsheet programs for the production of technical documentation, such as parts lists and documentation

17.

Basic knowledge of project management and project management

Pos.

Special module design technology

1.

Customer-friendly behavior and customer-friendly communication (eg Beraten of customers in questions of construction of metal products)

2.

Use of information technology tools, such as personal computers, PC networks, Internet, databases etc.

3.

Use of word processing, spreadsheet programs, and business-related programs

4.

Application of computer-aided drawing and construction (CAD, CAM)

5.

Carry out specialist calculations with formulas, tables and computing devices

6.

Selection of suitable plant, auxiliary materials and standard parts

7.

Creation of technical documents such as parts lists, documentation, testing, control, setting plans, etc. with computer-supported systems

8.

Application of the design classification and the development of functional solutions

9.

Design and drawing of components, assemblies, devices, machines, plants and components

10.

Knowledge of the operational manufacturing processes for components, assemblies, devices, machines, plants and components

11.

Cooperation in project management

Pos.

Special module Process and manufacturing technology

1.

Knowledge of production management (such as production planning, quantity planning, scheduling and capacity planning, production control, operational data collection, personnel planning) as well as co-working in the implementation of the operational production management system

2.

Knowledge and application of automation technology for machines and plants

3.

Knowledge of the procurement of goods, the flow of goods and the logistics

4.

Cooperation in the procurement of goods

5.

Knowledge and application of project management and project management

6.

Co-working with the organisation and handling of projects

7.

Use of information technology tools, such as personal computers, PC networks, Internet, databases etc.

8.

Use of word processing, spreadsheet programs, and business-related programs

9.

Knowledge of the process and quality records

10.

Knowledge of methods of continuous process and quality improvement (zB KVP)

11.

Apply methods for process evaluation and continuous process and quality improvement

12.

Record, evaluate and assess process and quality data as well as initiate corrective actions in the event of a start

13.

Computer-aided documentation of manufacturing and process steps

14.

Expert moderation of meetings and presentation of work results using presentation aids (such as flipchart, slides, presentation programs)

Rejecting Audit

Outline

§ 4. (1) The final examination shall be divided into a theoretical and practical examination.

(2) The theoretical examination comprises the subjects technology, applied mathematics and technical drawing.

(3) The theoretical examination shall not apply if the candidate has successfully completed the last class of the professional vocational school or if the successful completion of a vocational middle or higher school replacing the apprenticeship has been successfully completed. .

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

Special requirements for admission to teaching qualification in the teaching profession Metalltechnik-Hauptmodul Welding technology

§ 5. (1) The examination candidate is a special prerequisite for the admission to the final examination in the teaching profession Metalltechnik-Hauptmodul Schweißtechnik the successful deposition of a welding test according to EN 287-1 (welding process freely selectable) Proof. This welding test according to EN 287-1 is part of the training in the main module welding technology and is to be deposited in the framework of the training in the main module welding technology.

(2) The training required for the deposition of the welding test in accordance with para. 1 (vocational training position 14 in the main module welding technology) can also be carried out within the framework of a training association with a training institute entitled to do so.

(3) The apprentice is from the lecturer at the latest in the course of the 4. To provide an opportunity to attend the training and examination for the welding test in accordance with para. 1 during the training period, provided that this training is not taught by the vocational school or is offered there.

Theoretical examination

General provisions

§ 6. (1) The theoretical examination shall be carried out in writing. It can also be made in electronic 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 examination candidate shall be marked accordingly.

Technology

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

1.

Materials science,

2.

Fundamentals of mechanics (statics, dynamics, strength theory, hydraulics, heat pipes),

3.

Operating, working and auxiliary materials,

4.

tools, machines, devices and equipment,

5.

Production technology, pneumatics and hydraulics,

6.

Work preparation, workflow and quality control.

(2) The examination may also be carried out using electronic questionnaires. In this case, four tasks are 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. The test is to be complete after 80 minutes.

Applied mathematics

§ 8. (1) The audit shall include tasks in all the following areas:

1.

Length, area, volume and angle calculations,

2.

Calculations on mechanics (such as work, power, heat, power),

3.

Manufacturing calculations (such as cutting speed, machine power, speed),

4.

Calculations for the drive (such as gear calculation, wedge belt calculation).

(2) The use of calculation orders, formulas and tables is permitted.

(3) The tasks shall be carried out in such a way that they can normally be carried out in 60 minutes. The test is to be complete after 80 minutes.

Specialize

§ 9. (1) The test shall include the manufacture of a production drawing of a mechanical workpiece.

(2) The task shall be to be carried out in such a way that it can normally be carried out in 60 minutes. The test is to be complete after 80 minutes.

Practical examination

Audit work

§ 10. (1) The audit work is based on the execution of an operational work order.

(2) The work contract shall include knowledge and skills mediated during the training in accordance with the modules agreed in the teaching contract. In any case, part of the work order are work planning, measures on safety and health protection at work, all necessary measures for environmental protection and quality control. The individual steps in the execution of the work order are to be documented.

(3) The Examination Committee has to carry out a test work on the purpose of the final examination, the requirements of the professional practice and of the main module completed, which can normally be carried out in seven hours. If a further main module or a special module has been taught, the test work must be based on a duration of ten hours. The extended examination period shall include an extended task in accordance with paragraph 4 or 5.

(4) The extended task in accordance with paragraph 3 during the extended examination period during the completion of a further main module shall include the following task:

1.

An operational work order that includes knowledge and skills that were taught during the course of the training in the main module. This work order can be integrated into the work order of the first main module. to this. In any case, part of the work order are work planning, measures on safety and health protection at work, all necessary measures for environmental protection and quality control. The individual steps in the execution of the work order are to be documented.

(5) The extended task in accordance with paragraph 3 during the extended examination period during the completion of a special module comprises one of the following tasks:

1.

An operational work order that includes knowledge and skills that were taught during the training in the special module. This work order can be integrated into the work order of the main module. to this. In any case, part of the work order are work planning, measures on safety and health protection at work, all necessary measures for environmental protection and quality control. The individual steps in the execution of the work order are to be documented.

2.

A written processing of tasks which include knowledge during the course of the training in the special module. In order to process the task, the candidate receives documents from the Examination Committee. On the basis of these documents, he has to develop his task solution, which he has to document in writing.

(6) After nine hours, provided that a further main module or a special module has been arranged, the test work shall be completed after twelve hours.

Expert discussion

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

(2) In the course of the expert discussion, the Examination Committee shall provide the examination candidate with topics from the operational practice according to the knowledge and skills acquired in accordance with the modules agreed in the teaching contract. The candidate has to develop suitable solutions. For this purpose, material samples, tools and other demonstration objects can be used for this purpose. Thematic positions on relevant safety regulations, protective measures and measures to prevent accidents should be included.

(3) The expert discussion should take 15 minutes for each examination candidate, and in the case of simultaneous examination of another main module or a special module, take 25 minutes. 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.

Additional Check

§ 13. (1) After successfully completed examination of the teaching profession in a main module of the teaching profession Metalltechnik or successfully completed teaching qualification examination in the teaching professions mechanical engineering, machine manufacturing technology, machine mechanics, metal technology- Sheet metal technology, metal technology-automotive engineering, metal engineering, metal technology-metalworking technology, metal technology-forging technology, metal technology-steel construction technology, precision tool grinding technology, piping assembly, Universal welder, tool construction technology, Tool mechanics or machining technology can be passed an additional examination according to § 27 paragraph 1 BAG in a main module and/or special module of the teaching profession Metalltechnik.

(2) An additional examination in the main module and/or special module of which the name may be referred to in accordance with § 15 is not possible.

(3) In this case, the additional test in a main module or a special module has to extend to the objects test work, restricted to the extended task position, and expert discussion. In order to carry out the restricted additional examination, the provisions for the examination of the teaching of the teaching qualification shall apply in accordance with § § 10.11 and 12.

Examination of the part-examination of the department of the professional tyre test
on the occasion of the final examination

§ 14. (1) According to Article 4 (3) of the Federal Act on the Professional Tyre Test, BGBl. I n ° 68/1997, in the version of the Federal Law, BGBl. I n ° 45/2010, in conjunction with Section 22a (1) of the Vocational Training Act, on the occasion of the successful completion of the apprenticeship examination for a modular teaching profession with a four-year training period, for part-examination on the subject of the In the event of a professional tyre test.

(2) The sub-examination of the department of professional tire testing consists in accordance with Section 3 (1) Z 4 of the Federal Act on the Professional Examination of Professional Tire from a written written examination and an oral examination. It is to be judged with a note.

(3) The written examination is five hours. The subject must come from the occupational field, including the professional environment, of the candidate for examination.

(4) The oral examination must be carried out in the form of an examination of the written examination, including the professional environment at a higher level. It has to take place before the entire examination board.

(5) The examination board for the examination of the part-examination of the profession examination subject to the examination of the teaching qualification of a modular teaching profession with a four-year training period consists of an expert expert according to § 8a of the Federal Law on the Examination of Occupational Qualifications as Chairman and two assessors of the Apprenticeship Commission, who are responsible for carrying out the examination and the assessment of the benefits as examiners within the meaning of Section 8a of the Federal Law on the In the case of a professional tyre test.

(6) At the latest three months before the expected date of the examination, the apprentice body shall propose to the Landesschulrat (Landesschulrat) the National Council of Education and the Chairperson-in-Office of the Chairperson-in-Office and to announce the prospective examination date. The apprentice body shall, together with the chairman, establish the concrete dates of the examination without delay, but at the latest within four weeks after the appointment of the chairman.

(7) At the same time as the proposal of the expert experts envisaged for the chairmanship is to submit to the Landesschulrat (Landesschulrat) the tasks of written examination papers. The tasks of the oral examination shall be submitted to the Chairman for approval at the latest on the day of the examination before the start of the examination.

(8) The assessment of the examination referred to in paragraph 2 shall be carried out by the examiners in agreement with the Chairman. If the examiners do not reach agreement, the Chairman's vote shall indicate the rash.

(9) The examination referred to in paragraph 2 may not be repeated on the occasion of the examination of the final examination. In the event of non-existence, the admission to the professional tyre test shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Act on the Professional Tyre Test.

Transitional provisions

§ 15. Persons who have filed the examination in the following teaching professions are entitled directly to the following name in accordance with Section 24 (5) of the BAG:

1.

Mechanical engineering, mechanical engineering, metal technology-metalworking technology, machine fitter, precision mechanic, mechanic, sheet metal fitter or locksmith: Metalltechnik-Hauptmodul Maschinenbautechnik,

2.

Metal technology-vehicle construction technology or vehicle finisher: Metalltechnik-Hauptmodul Fahrzeugbautechnik,

3.

Metal technology-Metal engineering, metal technology-sheet metal technology or sheet metal scrap: metal technology-Main module Metal construction and sheet metal technology,

4.

Metal technics-Steel construction technology, building shlossiers or steelworks: Metal engineering-Main module Steel construction technology,

5.

Universal welder: Metal technology-Main module welding technology,

6.

Machining technology: Metal technology-Main module machining technology,

7.

Precision tool grinding technology, tool-making technology, tool maker or mould maker: metal technology-main module tool construction technology,

8.

Metal technology-Schmiedetechnik oder Schmied: Metalltechnik-Hauptmodul Schmiedetechnik,

9.

Machine mechanics or machine mechanics: metal technology-main module mechanical engineering-special module automation technology or special module process and production technology,

10.

Tool mechanics or tool mechanic: metal technology-main module tool-building technology-special module automation technology or special module process and production technology.

Entry into force and final provisions

§ 16. (1) The provisions of § § 1 to 4 concerning the training regulations for the teaching profession Metalltechnik will enter into force on 1 June 2011.

(2) The provisions of § § 5 to 14 concerning the examination of the teaching degree and the filing of the partial examination of the Faculty of Professional Examination on the occasion of the final examination for the teaching profession Metalltechnik will enter into force on 1 August 2012.

(3) The training regulations for the teaching profession of mechanical engineering, BGBl. II No 338/1999, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No. 273/2005, Machine manufacturing technology, BGBl. II No 338/1999, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No. 273/2005, Machine Mechanics, BGBl. II No 241/2004, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No. 104/2007, Metalltechnik-Blechtechnik, BGBl. II No 262/2003, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No. 273/2005, Metalltechnik-Fahrzeugbautechnik, BGBl. II No 262/2003, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No. 273/2005, Metalltechnik-Metallbautechnik, BGBl. II No 262/2003, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No. 273/2005, Metalltechnik-MetallEditing Technology, BGBl. II No 262/2003, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No. 273/2005, Metalltechnik-Schmiedetechnik, BGBl. II No 262/2003, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No. 273/2005, Metalltechnik-Stahlbautechnik, BGBl. II No 262/2003, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No. 273/2005, Precision tool grinding technique, BGBl. II No 106/2001, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No. 177/2005, Tool-building technology, BGBl. II No 344/1999, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II no. 177/2005, Tool Mechanics, BGBl. II No 242/2004, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No. 104/2007 and machining technology, BGBl. II No 345/1999, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 177/2005, shall expire on 31 May 2011.

(4) The training regulations for the teaching profession Messerschmid, BGBl. N ° 68/1977 as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II no. 177/2005, pipeline monteur, BGBl. No 431/1972, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 177/2005, and universal welder, BGBl. No 347/75, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 177/2005, as well as the examination regulations for the teaching profession Messerschmid, BGBl. No. 81/1977, pipeline monteur, BGBl. N ° 608/1974, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 355/1976, and universal welder, BGBl. No 328/75, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. No 569/1986, shall expire on 31 May 2011, without prejudice to paragraph 5 of this Article.

(5) For apprentices whose first year of apprenticeship before 31 May 2012, whose second year of teaching ends before 31 May 2013 or whose third year of teaching ends before 31 May 2014, the training regulations referred to in paragraph 3 and para. 4 shall continue to apply. These apprentices may, up to one year after the end of the agreed period of teaching, take part in the final examination under the regulations set out in para. 3 and para. 4. (This also applies if the teaching ratio has commenced after 1 June 2011 on the basis of teaching time/teaching time reduction.)

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