Ordinance On Vocational College Education In The Field Of Information Technology

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om erhvervsakademiuddannelse inden for informationsteknologi

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Purpose and duration of education

Chapter 2 Content and organization of the training

Chapter 3 Learning Qualifications

Chapter 4 Experm and assessment

Chapter 5 Other Rules

Chapter 6 Entry into force and transitional rules

Appendix 1

Publication of training of vocational training in information technology

Purline of section 22 (2). 1 and 2, section 23 (4). 3, and section 30 of law no. 207 by 31. March 2008 on vocational education and training of professional training shall be determined as follows :

Chapter 1

Purpose and duration of education

§ 1. The purpose of vocational training in the field of information technology is to qualify the educated person to be able to perform independently of the work of analysing, planning and implementing solutions related to new developments, further development and integration of IT systems into private and public undertakings nationally and internationally.

Paragraph 2. The trained must be able to

1) combine basic business understanding and knowledge of technological concepts with deep-range customer and knowledge of programming and systems development ;

2) apply different principles and methods of planning, management and execution of the development process from an idea of implementation for maintenance and operation ; and

3) form part of management and cooperation links with other, other educational, linguistic and cultural background.

§ 2. The training, which is a full-time training, has been set to two and a half years of student work. A student's work is a full-time student's work for 1 year. A student year equivalent corresponds to 60 points in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS point).

Paragraph 2. The training shall be concluded no later than five years after the study test. The institution may, when justified in exceptional circumstances, dispensers from here.

Paragraph 3. Vocational training in the field of information technology gives the right to use the term ' data matics. ' The English term is Academy Profession Degree in Computer Science.

Chapter 2

Content and organization of the training

§ 3. The training shall consist of a compulsory part of a proportion of 100 ECTS points, an internship which has an extent equal to the 15 ECTS points, and an electoral part to the extent that corresponds to the ECU 35 ECTS point.

Paragraph 2. The mandatory part consists of the following subject areas :

1) The company, to qualify the students to be able to include relevant business aspects and business understanding in connection with system development in different types of organizations. In this area, the following items are included in Appendix 1 : organizational and business understanding, business analytics, IT and business concepts, financial management, ERP systems, IT acquisition, as well as organization and IT security. The subject area must be of a degree equal to 15 ECTS points.

2) Systems engineering, to qualify the students to be able to use modern methods and system development tools on a systematic basis. The following items are included in the area in accordance with Annex 1 : modeling, method, analysis, design, project work, IT tools, experiments, and quality. The subject area must have an extent equal to the 25 ECTS points.

3) Programming, to qualify the students on methodical grounds to design, realize and develop IT systems using modern technologies and development tools. In the area, the following subjects are included in Annex 1 : algorithms, templates, techniques and patterns, data structures, abstract data types, programming language, product quality, language, database programming, concurrency, concurrency, distributed programming and software architecture. The subject area must have an extent equal to the 40 ECTS points.

4) Technology, to give the student a basic understanding of technological concepts, and qualifies the students to contribute to the choice and use of technology in the context of systems development and programming. In this area, the following subjects are included in Annex 1 : operating systems, security, distributed systems, networks, databases, and technological development. The subject area must have an extent equal to 20 ECTS points.

Paragraph 3. The practice component consists of :

1) Intercourse Flow be carried out in one or more undertakings in which the student must participate in and obtain knowledge of relevant business functions. The practice process can be organised flexibly and differentiated, and must be able to form the basis for the student's final examination project. The course of events shall have an amount equal to 15 ECTS points.

Paragraph 4. The choice of the part of the compulsory part shall consist of :

1) Specials Flow, it must enable students to qualify the study and business skills through specialisation and perspectives for topics that are broadly related to the IT region. The specific flow rate shall be of an extent equal to 20 ECTS points. The institution shall organise the process by setting and providing a number of courses in the main purpose of the training field.

2) Final examination project, where the student must document the ability to work on an analytical and methodical basis, to be able to process a complex and practical issue in relation to a specific task in the IT area. The project shall have an extent equal to 15 ECTS points. The student must complete the final examination project in key issues in the training programme.

§ 4. The institution shall be based on the basis of relevant business practices and used theory by the organization of training.

Paragraph 2. The institution may organise up to 15 ECTS-point of the compulsory part of education, with a differentiated degree of education, in order to guarantee the students of a common study.

Paragraph 3. The institution must ensure progression throughout the educational process.

Paragraph 4. The institution may, in the study scheme, lay down rules that the student has a duty to participate in the training.

Paragraph 5. In the form of training, it is part of the relevant environmental issues and the interplay between different cultures.

Chapter 3

Learning Qualifications

§ 5. Teachers who teach training must have candidate level or equivalent level obtained through other higher education and relevant professional experience that can document the professional and theoretical level. Apprentice must normally have relevant business experience.

Paragraph 2. Teachers need to be able to document a pedagogical qualifying level.

Chapter 4

Experm and assessment

§ 6. In the case of tests and examination, including test forms, assessment, diplomas, examination of examination certificates and certificates, the rules in the notice of examinations and degree in professional training (diploma notice) and publication of character scale and other rating (report scale proclamation).

§ 7. The training includes the following 5 external tests :

1) 1 test, before the end of 2. Semester. The test must be organised so that it broadly combines essential areas of 1. years of teaching.

2) Three samples after 1. study years, which together must document at least 2/3 of the training and in which the respective tests must substantiate the competences of programming, in the specials and in other areas of education.

3) The final examination project, which, together with the three tests, is after 1. Study years must demonstrate that the degrees of departure of training has been achieved.

Paragraph 2. The subject of the final examination project shall be formulated by the student in consultation with the institution and, as far as possible, in cooperation with a company. The institution shall approve the wording of the task.

Paragraph 3. The test in the final examination project consists of a project and an oral part. 1 overall character shall be given.

Paragraph 4. The test referred to in paragraph 1. 1, no. 1, must be passed before the student may pay the samples referred to in paragraph 1. 1, no. Two and three.

Paragraph 5. Internal samples can be included in the training.

Chapter 5

Other Rules

§ 8. The institution shall set out in the context of the notification procedure for training in a study scheme.

Paragraph 2. The Study Scheme must include :

1) Measure and content and time-scale of the individual subjects, including specialties, as well as the time-scale of the agents in the training process. The scope of the trade (s) shall be fixed in the ECTS point, cf. § 3.

2) Measure and content and the time-scale of the internship and its time-based location in the training process, cf. Section 3 (1). 3, no. 1.

3) Guidelines for internship, cf. Section 3, paragraph 3. 3, no. 1, of which are requirements and expectations of the parties involved.

4) Description of the training and work forms.

5) Claim and examination requirements, including conditions in the training process.

6) Indication of any internal tests, cf. Section 7 (2). 5.

7) Any rules concerning the obligation to participate in the teaching, cf. Section 4 (4). 4.

8) Rules on weighting of the project and the oral part in the final examination project, cf. Section 7 (2). 3.

9) Rules for the transfer.

10) Indication of the conclusion of the contract.

11) Indication of how the training may be offered as an open education.

12) Any transitional rules, cf. ~ 10 (1)) 5.

Paragraph 3. The study must show that the institution, when justified in exceptional circumstances, may dispense with the rules laid down in the student system as provided for by the institution alone.

Paragraph 4. Before a study scheme shall be determined and in the light of significant changes to the study arrangements, the institution shall contact students and deputees. In addition, an opinion is obtained from the PercensorChair, cf. The diploma notice. Other training providers will be informed in order to coordinate training.

Paragraph 5. For the purpose of issuing a new study scheme and by significant amendments thereto, transitional rules shall be laid down in the study scheme.

Paragraph 6. Relevant educational institutions and the censorchair must be briefed on the study arrangements and changes thereto.

Paragraph 7. The updated study arrangements shall be publicly available on the institution's website.

§ 9. The decisions of the institution in accordance with this notice may be submitted to the Ministry of Education when the complaint relates to legal matters. The appeal shall be submitted to the institution, which shall deliver an opinion, which the complainant shall have the opportunity to comment on within a time limit of 1 week. If the institution maintains the decision, the institution shall send the complaint to the Ministry, if any, to the opinion and any comments made by the complaint.

Paragraph 2. To lodge a complaint, in accordance with paragraph 1, One is two weeks from the day the decision is notified to the complainant.

Chapter 6

Entry into force and transitional rules

§ 10. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. July 2008.

Paragraph 2. At the same time, notice No 633 of 18. June 2007 on vocational training (AK) (AK) in the field of information technology (computerized AK).

Paragraph 3. Students who have started training after the rules to date can end the training after these rules. The training must, however, be completed by the 1. March, 2011, see. however, paragraph 1 4.

Paragraph 4. The institution shall set a time for the last time after the latter referred to in paragraph 1. 3 mentioned time is to be held for students following the training of rules in the law on open education.

Paragraph 5. The institution may lay down transitional rules for students who have started training in the course of the previous rules and which wish to complete the training after this notice.

§ 11. The requirements of section 5 (4). Paragraph 1 shall not apply to teachers who, at the time of the date of entry into force no. 248 of 29. In March 1996 on the training of data training, training was employed in the training of data-matics.

The Ministry of Education, the 9th. June 2008 P.M.V.
Jens Strunge Bonde
Branch Manager / Jens Nielsen

Appendix 1

of April 2008 for notification of vocational training in the field of information technology ;

Mandatory topics

Topic Area : Corporate

Organization and business understanding

The target is that the student

1) understand organizational structures and the factors that determine the organisation of the organisation ;

2) understand your management and business processes ;

3) can understand management forms, including project management, and the behaviour of individuals and groups in the organization ; and

4) understand organizational change processes in connection with new IT usage.

Business Analytics

The target is that the student

1) to formulate your needs for IT systems,

2) can create a Business Case,

3) to analyze and design descriptions of your business areas and business practices ; and

4) can understand the innovation process and participate in the creation of vision for new IT solutions.

IT and Business Concepts

The target is that the student

1) can understand different e-business models,

2) can develop an IT strategy, including the context of e-business concepts based on an enterprise strategy and

3) you can understand business strategies and IT strategies for your IT systems.

Financial management

The target is that the student

1) is aware of economic concepts and principles and methods of registering management information ;

2) can participate in the preparation of cost / benefit analysis and on investment in the area of investment ;

3) may participate in the development of financial budgets and analyses.

ERP systems

The target is that the student

1) is aware of the characteristics of ERPs, structure and operation of the ERP systems ;

2) must be able to uncover an ERP system's application areas and make enterprise adjustments ;

3) can use models for the description of the company's systems and

4) understand the consistency of the ERP system with its core processes and external contexts.

IT Acquisition

The target is that the student

1) to understand and describe the consequences of IT acquisition and

2) understand procedures for implementation of IT systems.

Organization and IT security

The target is that the student

1) can analyze an organization's IT security organization,

2) is aware of the importance of the organisation ' s organisation for IT security ; and

3) have knowledge of risk assessment and vulnerability assessment.

Topic Area : System Development


The target is that the student

1) understand the importance of modeling in connection with system development,

2) can use tools and techniques for the design of relevant models ;

3) can design models based on patterns and

4) can understand component-based development.


The target is that the student

1) can use a current system development method,

2) understand other system development methods ;

3) Situation can certainly choose and / or adapt a method and

4) can use system development involvement techniques.


The target is that the student

1) can perform the analysis of the system development domain to understand business and technological conditions, as well as define requirements.


The target is that the student

1) develop the design of appropriate IT systems and can draw up and differentiate between different solution proposals in relation to requirements and conditions ;

2) can design the design of a parent architecture for centralized and distributed systems,

3) the design of the design of the user interfaces and

4) can create the design of databases.

Project Work

The target is that the student

1) may be a competent participant in a development project,

2) understand the characteristics of a project organization ;

3) can organize and manage minor development projects, including estigeons and planning,

4) understand multiple process models,

5) can understand the nature of global and intercultural development projects and

6) can design a project strategy for the situational selection and / or adaptation of a process model.

IT Tools

The target is that the student

1) can use IT tools to support activities in a system development flow.


The target is that the student

1) understand the relevance of experiments as part or in addition to system development methods ;

2) can use experiments to systematically decover user requirements ; and

3) be able to use experiments for the systematic examination of technological possibilities and limitations.


The target is that the student

1) understand the importance of quality criteria for the system development process and the final form of the system,

2) can ensure the quality of process through estimation, planning, regulation and evaluation, and

3) can ensure the quality of product, including through the use of different types of test.

Topic Area : Programming


The target is that the student

1) can specify and construct algorithms and

2) can understand both qualitative and quantitative properties of algorithms.

Templates, techniques, and patterns

The target is that the student

1) can use fundamental algorithm templates and programming techniques ; and

2) can use central design patterns.

Data Structures and abstract data types

The target is that the student

1) is familiar with classical data structures, including their qualitative and quantitative characteristics,

2) understand abstract data types,

3) can select appropriate data structures for the realization of abstract data types and

4) can use abstract data types when implementing applications.

Programming language

The target is that the student

1) apply the language to the realization of algorithms, templates, patterns, abstractions, and data structures ;

2) may apply the language to the realization of design models ;

3) can use language's associated library libraries ;

4) may access the language and its associated library libraries to the realization of user interfaces and

5) can use one for the language associated development environment.

Program Quality

The target is that the student

1) has knowledge of criteria of application quality and

2) can use resources and tools for obtaining quality software, including testing.


The target is that the student

1) is aware of the description of the syntax and semantics of the formal language, and

2) has knowledge of abstraction mechanisms in modern programming languages.

Database programming

The target is that the student

1) can implement models in a database manager,

2) capable of constructing applications that use a database interface and

3) can use a database system data definition language and manipulation language.


The target is that the student

1) can design and design a program such as collaborative processes ; and

2) can use techniques for constructing applications with multiple concurrent users.

Distributed Programming

The target is that the student

1) can design and design programs based on collaborative processes in a distributed architecture and

2) capable of constructing applications using modern networking technologies.

Software Architecture

The target is that the student

1) can use patterns of software architecture, including the frameworks and

2) can use and develop software components.

Topic Area : Technologies

Operating Systems

The target is that the student

1) knowledge of memory management and its significance for the execution of the programme,

2) is aware of facilities in modern file systems ;

3) understand the organization and the execution of processes and threads, as well as apply mechanisms to synchronize these,

4) is aware of the construction of computers and operating systems ; and

5) is aware of how the underlying layer supports constructs in the selected programming language.


The target is that the student

1) is aware of the principles of the establishment of error-tolerant systems,

2) can use standard secure communications components ;

3) understand key security concepts, including authorization, authentication, encryption, and logins ; and

4) understand key threats of a technical nature, which an IT system can be exposed to and understands how these threats can be met.

Distributed systems

The target is that the student

1) understand the design and realization of distributed systems ;

2) can use propagated application protocols for the construction of distributed systems ;

3) understand techniques for the integration of the inhomogeneous systems.

4) can analyze system architectures and can make choices between solution proposals for a given task and

5) understand the functionality of different types of standard servers, including web servers and application servers, and the services that they are offering.


The target is that the student

1) can understand a stored communication model ;

2) can use a communication network programming interface,

3) can understand address in networks and

4) is aware of types of networks and components of the network.


The target is that the student

1) understand facilities in and operate by a modern database server, including transactional handling, and

2) understand how the database server deviates queries.

Technology Development

The target is that the student

1) is aware of technological developments, including development trends.