Change The Retail Training Regulations

Original Language Title: Änderung der Einzelhandels-Ausbildungsordnung

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140. Regulation of the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, Family and Youth, which changes the individual trade training regulations

On the basis of § § 8 and 24 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:

The Regulation on Vocational Training in the Apprenticeship Trades, BGBl. II No 429/2001, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 193/2010, shall be amended as follows:

1. In accordance with Article 1 (1) (1) (14), the point shall be replaced by a dash and the following paragraph 15 shall be added:

" 15.

Garden Center. "

2. In accordance with Article 2 (14), the following paragraph 15 is added:

" (15) Garden Centre:

a)

Identify the requirements for the procurement of goods and carry out the goods orders in the form of communication,

b)

control incoming goods taking into account the quality and appearance of the plants, take measures in the event of delay in delivery, non-delivery, misdelivery or warranty cases,

c)

Treat, nurture and store flowers and plants,

d)

prepare, provide and present and demonstrate in-sales product range,

e)

work on purchasing planning, taking into account current industry-specific developments,

f)

Advise customers on the selection of plants, flowers and other assortment parts,

g)

advise customers on the care and thriving of plants and flowers,

h)

offering services,

i)

hold sales talks,

j)

Receive and handle orders and customer orders, including invoicing and payment transactions,

k)

Treat customer complaints. "

3. In accordance with § 3 (2) Z 14, the following paragraph 15 is added:

15.

Garden Center:

Pos.

1. Year of Teacher

2. Year of Teacher

3. Year of Teacher

1.

The teaching establishment

1.1

Knowledge of the teaching profession

1.1.3

Knowledge of the customer base with its shopping habits as well as customer behavior

-

1.1.4

Introduction to the product range

-

-

1.4

Organisation and inventory management

1.4.6

Basic knowledge of computer-aided acquisition, control and control of the operational movement of goods

Recording of the operational movement of goods

1.4.7

Basic knowledge of the documents required for business-related tasks and functions of the accounting system

2.

Procurement and storage

2.1

Purchase Planning

2.1.5

-

Take part in purchasing planning, taking into account the customer's circle, seasonal and regional requirements, the sales focus and the market segment of the teaching establishment

2.1.6

-

-

Knowledge of the usual terms of delivery and payment

2.3

Acceptance of goods and goods

2.3.4

-

Knowledge and identification of relevant defects, diseases and pests in plants

2.4

Inventory

2.4.5

Knowledge of industry-specific, plant-specific and product-specific storage requirements

2.4.6

Treating and caring for the plants in stock

2.4.7

-

Managing and controlling the warehouse, detecting and monitoring the inventory

2.4.8

Knowledge and participation in environmentally sound waste management (prevention, separation, recovery and disposal)

3.

Sale

3.1

Sales preparation

3.1.6

Participate in the award ceremony

-

-

3.2

Goods Cortiment

3.2.4

Knowledge of the operational product range with regard to the technical composition, width, depth and origin, properties, nature, shape, design, varieties, sizes, dimensions, quantity and packaging units, as well as possible uses and Environmental compatibility (see also points 3.2.5 to 3.2.9)

3.2.5

-

Knowledge of the factors that determine the company's product range, such as season, pricing, shopping opportunities and sales opportunities

3.2.6

Knowledge of the industry-specific product labelling, standardization and product declaration as well as certifications

3.2.7

Knowledge of the commercially available flowers and plants and the specific location and care measures

3.2.8

Knowledge of species-specific measures on crop protection, fertilisation and irrigation

3.2.9

Knowledge of deficiency symptoms, diseases and pest infestation in plants and the countermeasures to be taken

3.3

Sales promotion and advertising

3.3.5

Understanding the importance of Visual Merchandising

-

-

3.3.6

-

Design, placement and presentation of special offers; eye-catcher, lighting

3.4

Customer advice and sales

3.4.13

Information of the customers about properties, location claims, care measures of the plants as well as about gardening design possibilities

3.4.14

-

Knowledge of the possibility of goods delivery

-

3.4.15

-

Knowledge of product-related legal provisions

3.5

Sales Accounting

3.5.7

-

-

Determining the sales price

4. According to Article 11 (7), the following paragraphs 8 to 10 are added:

" (8) The training regulations for the teaching profession Gartencenterkaufmann, BGBl. II No 157/1998, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II No 177/2005, without prejudice to paragraph 9, with the expiry of 31 May 2011.

(9) Apprentices who are trained in the Gartencenterkaufmann Teaching Profession on 31 May 2011 can continue to be trained up to the end of the agreed teaching period in accordance with the training regulations referred to in paragraph 8 and may be able to continue until one year after the end of the training period. agreed on the teaching period for the examination of the LehrabFinal on the basis of the examination regulations contained in the training regulations in accordance with paragraph 8.

(10) The teaching periods completed in the course of the apprenticeship as a garden centre clerk are fully to be applied to the teaching period in the Apprenticeship Trades-Focus on the Garden Center. "

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