Process Technology Training Regulations

Original Language Title: Prozesstechnik-Ausbildungsordnung

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125. Regulation of the Federal Minister for science, research and economy on vocational training in the apprenticeship process technology (process technology training regulations)

On the basis of §§ 8, 24 and 27 of the vocational training Act (BAG), Federal Law Gazette No. 142/1969, as last amended by Federal Law Gazette I no. 129/2013, is prescribed:

Teaching process technology

1. (1) the apprenticeship process technology is decorated with an apprenticeship of three and a half years.

(2) in the teaching certificate, apprenticeship, vocational and apprenticeship final examination certificate of the teaching profession in the form of the corresponding to the gender of the apprentice (process engineer or process engineer) is described.

Professional profile

§ 2. Through vocational training in teaching and in the vocational school of apprentices trained in the teaching process technology should be enabled to be able to perform the following activities professionally, independently and autonomously: 1 read and apply technical documentation such as from sketches, drawings, work instructions, schedules, manuals, maintenance plans, maintenance plans and diagrams, 2nd set of steps, work equipment and work methods, 3. proper select, obtain and verify the required materials , 4. planning use of the tools, equipment, and technical production assistance for (also computer-based) manufacturing machines and production facilities, 5. Select, accept, check on availability and storage company-specific raw, ancillary and auxiliary materials, 6 Setup, changeovers, feeding and- and driving the operational production facilities (production machines, production facilities), 7 operating and monitoring of work processes of operational production facilities (production machines, production facilities) as well as detect and resolve by simple trace errors in the production process , 8 control of the production process, even computer-based, and performing process controls, 9 monitor and ensure product quality, 10 waiting, maintain and simple maintenance of company-specific production facilities (production machines, production facilities), 11 run of work, taking into account the relevant standards, quality, safety and environmental standards, 12 collect technical data about the process and the results.

Professional image

Section 3 (1) for the training in the apprenticeship process technology sets the following profession. The specified skills and knowledge are starting to give graduates the apprentice to carry out qualified activities on behalf of the career profile that includes in particular independent planning, performing, check and optimize at the latest in the specified year.



POS.



1st year of training



2. year of apprenticeship



3rd year of training



4. year of apprenticeship



1.



Knowledge of the operational and legal form of the institution















2.



Knowledge of the organizational structure and the roles and responsibilities of each operating area











3.



Introduction to the tasks, industry position, and the offer of the teaching



Knowledge of the market position and the customer circle of the institution







4.



Interdisciplinary training (skills) in the way of developing the professional knowledge and skills is to be taken into account on the following multi-disciplinary competencies of the apprentice:



4.1



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



4.2



Social competence: E.g. in team work, employees lead etc.



4.3



Personal competence: E.g. self-confidence and self-assurance, readiness training, needs and interests articulate etc.



4.4



Communicative competence: E.g. with customers inside, superiors, colleagues, and other groups of people communicate target groups; English master industry - and operation-course level to contest of everyday and technical discussions



4.5



Work principles: E.g. care, reliability, responsibility, punctuality etc



4.6



Customer orientation: in the Centre of all activities in the operation has the orientation on the needs of the inside of of customers, taking into account the safety to stand



5.



Ergonomic design of workplace



6.



Knowledge of the work planning and work preparation



Performing the work planning; Set of steps, work equipment and working methods







7.



Basic knowledge of production management (such as eg production planning, quantity planning, futures and capacity planning, production control, production data acquisition)



Knowledge of production management (such as eg production planning, quantity planning, futures and capacity planning, production control, production data acquisition)



8.











Work with when planning the use of tools, equipment, and technical production assistance for (also computer based) manufacturing machines and manufacturing equipment



Planning the use of tools, equipment, and technical production assistance for (also computer based) manufacturing machines and manufacturing equipment



9.



Read and apply technical documentation such as from sketches, drawings, procedures, schedules, instructions, maintenance plans, maintenance plans and diagrams



10.



Creating sketches and simple drawings



Basic knowledge of CAD







11.







Working with select, accept, check on availability and storage company-specific raw, ancillary and auxiliary materials



Select, accept, check on availability and storage company-specific raw, ancillary and auxiliary materials



12.



Basic knowledge of construction, function, and operation of company-specific production facilities (production machines, production facilities), operational product flow and the manufactured products



Understanding the structure, function and operation of company-specific production facilities (production machines, production facilities), operational product flow and the manufactured products







13.



Work with when preparing (E.g. cleaning, grooming, etc.) of company-specific production facilities (production machines, production facilities)



Prepare (E.g. cleaning, grooming, etc.) of company-specific production facilities (production machines, production facilities)







14.



Working with Setup, changeovers, feeding as well as on and shut the operational production facilities (production machines, production facilities)



Upgrading, changeovers, feeding and and shut the company-specific production facilities (production machines, production facilities)



15.



Working with control and monitor the work processes of operational production facilities (production machines, production facilities) as well as detecting and removing simple trace errors in the production process



Control and monitor the work processes of operational production facilities (production machines, production facilities), as well as detect and resolve simple trace errors in the production process



16.







Control and monitoring of measuring, control and regulation devices



17.







Basic knowledge of programming of computer-controlled manufacturing machines and production equipment











18.











Control of the production process, even computer-based, and performing process controls



19.







Working with the monitor and ensure product quality



Monitor and ensure product quality



20.







Logging of results including the use of company-specific data processing



21.











Knowledge of the presentation and evaluation of work results



22.















Working with when you collect, evaluate and assess operational data, Prozessaufzeichnun-gen and initiate corrective action where



23.



Manage and maintain the to use tools, work AIDS, machines, devices and equipment



24.



Knowledge of the materials (such as metals and plastics) and auxiliary materials, their properties, uses and editing capabilities



25.



Manual and automatic editing of metals and plastics, such as measuring, drilling, turning, milling, grinding, thermal joining, separation by means of machines and appliances











26.



Basic knowledge of early failure detection operation-specific production systems (production machines, production facilities), as well as the initiated measures



Note of the early detection of errors on company-specific production facilities (production machines, production facilities), as well as the initiated measures







27.



Knowledge of preventive waiting (maintenance plan) and keeping service, as well as work with servicing, maintaining and easy maintenance of company-specific production facilities (production machines, production facilities)



Wait, maintain and simple maintenance of company-specific production facilities (production machines, production facilities)



28.







Perform simple Assembly and disassembly work on company-specific production facilities (production machines, production facilities)



29.











Working with fault recording and processing of maintenance plans



30.



Basic knowledge of electrical engineering, hydraulics and Pneumatics















31.




Basic knowledge of the most important electrical and electronic components and assemblies



32.



Knowledge of electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic actuators



Control and monitoring of electrical, pneumatic and hydraulic actuators



33.







Basic knowledge of measurement and control technology)











34.







Basic knowledge of logistics (start-up and delivery logistics)



Optimize and make sure of the material flow in production



35.



Basic knowledge of the operating-specific quality management system including documentation



Understanding and working with company-specific quality management including documentation



36.















Knowledge of methods of continuous quality improvement



37.



Basic knowledge of the operating costs, their influence and their effects



Knowledge of the operational costs, which affect ability and their effects







38.



Knowledge and application of operational data processing



Performing administrative tasks with the help of operational information and communication systems



39.



Knowledge content and aim of the training as well as significant relevant training opportunities



40.



The teaching profession-relevant measures and regulations to protect of the environment: basic knowledge of operational measures for the sensible use of energy in terms of profession-related work; Basic knowledge of the residues covered work relating to job-related and their separation, recycling and disposal of waste



41.



Knowledge of operational fire - and explosion protection, as well as the preventive fire - and explosion protection measures



42.



Knowledge of the relevant safety regulations and standards, as well as the relevant provisions for the protection of life and health



43.



Knowledge of primary care at company-specific work-related accidents



44.



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



45.



Basic knowledge of the notice requiring labour legislation (2) in communicating all job positions is the provisions of the children's and youth employment law, BGBl. No. 599/1987, (KJBG) to meet.

Final apprenticeship examination

Outline

§ 4 (1) is the final apprenticeship examination divided into a theoretical and practical exam.

(2) the theoretical exam items includes expertise, applied mathematics and preparatory work.

(3) the theoretical test is omitted if he/it examination candidate has positively completed the last class of technical vocational school or demonstrated the successful completion of a vocational middle or higher school replacement of the apprenticeship.

(4) the practical examination includes the items of inspection work and consultation.

Theory test

General terms and conditions

§ 5 (1) has the theoretical exam in writing. She can be in computerised form, but all essential steps for the examination Board must be comprehensible.

(2) the theory test is basically before the practical test to hold.

(3) the tasks have the purpose of the final apprenticeship examination and the requirements of professional practice to meet scope and level. You are to explain the test candidates on the occasion of the task separately.

Vocational skills

6. (1) the examination has to include items from all the following areas: 1. materials science, 2. workflows, 3. measurement and metrics, 4. Tools, machinery and equipment.

(2) the test can be checked in the programmed form with questionnaires. In this case, five tasks to make are from each area.

(3) the duties are to provide that they can be performed usually in 60 minutes.

(4) the examination is to finish after 80 minutes.

Applied mathematics

7. (1) the examination has to include items from all the following areas: 1 length calculation and calculation, 2 Volumsberechnung and mass calculation, 3. calculations of time management, 4. material usage calculations, 5. Metrology and quality assurance.

(2) the use of computing remedies, formulas and tables is permitted.

(3) the duties are to provide that they can be performed usually in 60 minutes.

(4) the examination is to finish after 80 minutes.

Work preparation

§ 8 (1) has the test to include a working and production planning.

(2) the task is to provide that she can be performed usually in 60 minutes.

(3) the examination is to finish after 80 minutes.

Practical exam

Audit work

§ 9 (1) is the test according to the Commission in the form of making a business work order processing.

(2) the audit work has following tasks, including work planning, preparation, measures for the safety and health protection at work, to include any necessary measures to protect the environment and the quality control measures according to the instructions of the Committee: 1. A production-related writing sample, with all these skills are: a) turning, milling, connecting and adjusting, b) manufacture of electro-pneumatic circuit, c) Assembly and quality assurance.

2. are a quality technical task to demonstrate all these skills with: a) measuring predetermined parts, b) create a test log.

The individual steps in the execution of the tasks shall be documented manualy or computer-based. The examination Board can / the candidates / make available in documents on the occasion of the task in hand.

(3) the examination Board has, taking into consideration the purpose of the final apprenticeship examination and the professional practice requirements each candidates / to tasks, which can be done typically in seven hours. This Z 1 (production-related task) are a duration of six hours the task referred to in paragraph 2 (one of them the task referred to in letter a duration of three hours), the task referred to in paragraph 2 Z 2 (quality technical problem) a duration of an hour basis to lay.

(4) the examination is to end after eight hours.

(5) for the assessment, the following criteria are decisive: 1. If the production task: a) drawing-compliant production, b) dimensional accuracy and cleanliness, c) proper application of components, d) functional Assembly, e) functioning.

2. the quality technical task: a) proper use of gauges, b) correct readings, c) correctly create of the test protocol.

Technical discussion

§ 10 (1) is the technical discussion to place before the entire Commission.

(2) the consultation is to develop practical activities out. This connection is using technical terms the practical knowledge of / the candidates / in to determine in particular as regards the work scheduling and material planning.

(3) the topic has the purpose of the final apprenticeship examination and the requirements of professional practice to comply with. Here are samples, tools, to attract demonstration objects or boards. Questions about protective measures, relevant safety regulations and accident prevention, as well as relevant environmental protection and waste disposal measures are involving. The test is in the form of a possible living conversation with conversation default by portrayal of situations and problems.

(4) the consultation is scheduled for each candidates / take in 20 minutes. An extension to a maximum of ten minutes has to be carried out, in some cases when the Audit Commission otherwise a doubtless assess the performance of the / the candidates / in is not possible.

Repeat test

11. (1) the final apprenticeship examination can be repeated.

(2) in the case of the repetition of the exam, only the test items assessed with "Not enough" must be checked.

Limited additional testing

§ 12. After successfully final apprenticeship examination in teaching Crystal grinding technology a limited additional check in accordance with section 27, paragraph 2 can be placed in the teaching process technology of BAG. Covering technical discussion on the subject. For additional testing, the pursuant to sections 10 and 11 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

Entry into force and final provisions

13. (1) effective this regulation with 1 June 2015.

(2) the training regulations for the teaching profession production technician, Federal Law Gazette II No. 290/1998, as amended by regulation BGBl. II Nr 273/2005, occurs without prejudice to paragraph 4 upon expiry of the 31 May 2015 override.

(3) apprentices, who are trained in the teaching profession production technician on 31 May 2015 can be trained in accordance with the training regulations listed in paragraph 2 to the end of the agreed upon apprenticeship continue and able to face up to one year after the expiry of the agreed upon apprenticeship to the final apprenticeship examination on the basis of examination requirements contained in the training regulations in accordance with paragraph 2.

(4) the apprenticeship was placed back in the teaching profession production technicians in accordance with the training regulations listed in paragraph 2, is to be fully process technology on the apprenticeship in the teaching profession.

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