Executive Order On Education In The Vocational Common Entrance Animals, Plants And Natural

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om uddannelserne i den erhvervsfaglige fællesindgang dyr, planter og natur

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Overview (table of contents) Annex 1

Annex 2

Annex 3

Annex 4

Annex 5

Annex 6

Annex 7

Annex 8

Annex 9 the full text Announcement on education in the vocational common entrance animals, plants and natural

Under section 4 (1) and (2) of the Act on vocational training, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 1244 of 23. October 2007, fixed:

§ 1. The vocational common entrance animals, plants and natural includes courses with functional and competence communities within the following main areas of employment:





1) production and sale of nursery and greenhouse crops.

2) Production forests, recreational forest and landscape operation as well as nature and wildlife care.

3) crop production with the production of agricultural crops, vegetables, fruit and berries and other plant products.

4) livestock breeding with production of milk, meat, eggs and other animal products.

5) Team and taking care of horses, laboratory animals, animals in zoological facilities, pet shops, etc.

6) Veterinary care and care of the animals and be included in the work on veterinary clinics and animal hospitals and related institutions.

7) establishment and maintenance of park-, sports-golf-and gardens as well as paved areas in green areas.





§ 2. The following vocational training is assigned to this input:





1) schoool, see. Annex 1.

2) Zoo keeper, see. Annex 2.

3) Green keeper, see. Annex 3.

4) Agricultural Education, see. Annex 4.

5) agricultural management training, see. Annex 5.

6) Production gardener, see. Annex 6.

7) forest and nature technician, see. Annex 7.

8) Veterinary nurse, see. Annex 8.

9) Greenhouse gardener, see. Annex 9.





(2). For in paragraph 1, no. 8, referred to training, there are restricted to school education for students without training agreement.

§ 3. The indicative duration of school education in the compulsory part of the curriculum is 20 weeks in the section 2, nr. 1-2, and § 2, nr. 4, 6-7 and 9, said education.

(2). The indicative duration of school education in the mandatory part of the course is 10 weeks in the section 2, nr. 3 and 8, referred to education.

§ 4. The common competences that students must meet in order to begin on school education in a main course within the entrance, is that the student can:





1) select and apply methods and tools under the guidance in relation to simple and practical tasks on a security and working environmental sound manner,

2) receive and apply the guidance and necessary information in relation to the specific tasks in working with animals, plants and natural,

3) act appropriately in relation to the tasks in the field of animals, plants and natural on the basis of a general biological, environmental and ecological insight, and

4) show responsibility for own learning process and engage in various cooperative and communicative about solution of practical tasks related to working with animals, plants and nature.





(2). To begin on school education in a main course within the entrance, students also meet the objectives of the following basic subjects:





1) first aid and fire, 0.5 week, and

2) working environment, 1 week.





(3). Additional requirements on competences which are specific for the transition to school education in each main course, set out in the annexes to the Decree.

§ 5. For training and teaching applies the rules laid down for vocational education and training in General.

Date of entry into force and transitional provisions

§ 6. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. July 2008.

(2). The following regulations are hereby repealed:





1) bekendtgørelse nr. 1179 of 2 december 2004 on the programme to the greenkeeper Assistant,

2) bekendtgørelse nr. 458 out of 10. June 2005 about training to greenhouse gardener,

3) bekendtgørelse nr. 473 of 14. June 2005 concerning training for forest and nature technician

4) bekendtgørelse nr. 694 of 1. July 2005 on education to landscapers,

5) bekendtgørelse nr. 701 of the 1. July 2005 on the programme to the grower,

6) bekendtgørelse nr. 711 of 1. July 2005 on the programme to the zookeeper,

7) bekendtgørelse nr. 712 by 1. July 2005 on agricultural education,

8) Executive Order No. 43 of 24. January 2006 on training for veterinary nurse, and

9) bekendtgørelse nr. 377 of 28. April 2006 on training for skilled farmer.





(3). The following guides are hereby repealed:





1) Guide No. 9687 of 15. December 2004 to bekendtgoerelse nr. 1179 of 2 december 2004 on the programme to the greenkeeper Assistant,

2) Guide No. 9525 of 17. August 2005 to bekendtgoerelse nr. 694 of 1. July 2005 on education to landscapers,

3) Guide No. 9526 17. August 2005 decrees nr. 712 by 1. July 2005 on agricultural education,

4) Manual No. 9527 of 17. August 2005 to bekendtgoerelse nr. 711 of 1. July 2005 on the programme to the zookeeper,

5) Guide No. 9528 of 17. August 2005 to bekendtgoerelse nr. 458 out of 10. June 2005 on education to greenhouse gardener,

6) vejledning nr. 9530 by 17. August 2005 to bekendtgoerelse nr. 473 of 14. June 2005 concerning training for forest and nature technician

7) Manual No. 9556 of 25. August 2005 to bekendtgoerelse nr. 701 of the 1. July 2005 on the programme to the grower, and

8) Guide No. 9144 by 17. March 2006 to Executive Order No. 43 of 24. January 2006 on training for veterinary nurse.





Paragraph 4. Pupils who are starting on a training basic course or main course, can complete the basic course or main course in accordance with the existing rules referred to in article 6. However, paragraph 5.

(5). The school in the local education plan establishes any transitional arrangements for students who have begun training in accordance with the existing rules.
The Ministry of education, the 29. February 2008 P.M.V. Søren Hansen head/Anja Dear Cold Annex 1

Schoool

1. the purpose of education and breakdown

1.1. Training to schoool have as overarching purpose to students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:




1. the establishment of the park-, green-and gardens and paved areas, timber structures, fences, walls and stairs in green plants,




2. the care and rehabilitation of park-, green-and garden plants, and






3. independent, creative, innovative and experienced planning, description and execution of tasks within the anlægsgartner profession, taking into account quality, raising productivity and aesthetic conditions.





1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of training steps and specialties.

1.3. Training includes the following steps:




1. Anlægsgartner Assistant.




2. Fixed gardener.





1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties:




1. Civil Engineering.




2. Care technique.





2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1, anlægsgartner Assistant, lasts at least 1 year and 6 months and not more than 1 year and 11 months, including the course of 20 weeks. School education in the main course lasts 15 weeks. Step 2, landscapers, lasts at least 2 years and 1 month and a maximum of 2 years and 3 months. School education in the main gradient's step 2 items 21 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 2 periods with intermediate school apprenticeships for students in step 1, and in at least 3 periods with intermediate school apprenticeships for pupils at step 2.

2.3. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main programmes for forest and nature technician, greenhouse gardener and grower education, organize school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be completed in 5 weeks.

2.3.1. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course for veterinary nurse, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be implemented in 15 weeks.

2.3.2. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course to the greenkeeper, agricultural education and animal suits, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be completed in 5 weeks.

3. specific competences prior to school education in main course

3.1. The specific competences that students must meet in order to begin the main course is that students can:




1. achieve knowledge of the physical and psychological work environment and its influence on everyday life in the workplace,




2. use of electronic communication and information gathering at the basic level in connection with solving professional tasks,






3. perform simple calculations of area and volume,






4. work according to simple working drawings and make use of the scale,







5. obtain knowledge of the use of "Standards and guidance for anlægsgartner work" and "Care of Green Areas",






6. obtain knowledge of crop protection and plant care and have passed the subsample 1 and 4 (anlægsgartner part) for the acquisition of spraying certificate according to the Environment Ministry's rules,






7. help for the sorting of the waste and resource optimization in practical work,






8. obtain knowledge of soil and growing media elementary properties, including the correlation between plant growth, cultivation methods and the chemical, physical and biological conditions in the soil,






9. act appropriately and show some responsibility, environment and quality awareness in practical tasks in the field of education on the basis of a general biological, environmental and ecological insight,






10. arts determine the industry commonly used plants as well as specify their scope in connection with common anlægsgartner tasks






11. perform elementary treatment of the soil before and after establishment of a given culture, as well as perform installation, care and maintenance of a given elementary plant culture






12. use smaller anlægsgartner machines and implements safety and ergonomic, and






13. perform simple stocking tasks, as well as smaller stairs and retaining walls in various concrete materials.





3.2. in order to commence the main course to eleven, in addition to fulfilling the objectives set out in section 3.1., powers also have acquired a driving licence for a minimum of tractor and have completed the basic subject biology, level F, 2 weeks.

4. Competences for main course

4.1. main objectives of the course, without prejudice to the competence. However, section 4.2-4.5., is that students can:




1. sketch, plan and carry out necessary material calculations, in cooperation with others, as well as carry out the construction of a smaller area with planting, ask, grass area, including soil preparation and finishing touches before delivery,




2. perform care work by soil and care of green areas on an environmental and occupational environmental sound manner as well as in cooperation with other producing a single care program,






3. identify and name the common plants, trees, shrubs, perennials, summer flowers, bulbs, corms and tubers in summer and winter mode and carry out an appropriate plant selection on the basis of present would to a green plant,






4. carry out phytosanitary work on an environmental and working environmental sound manner, and has passed the subsample 2 and 3 (anlægsgartner part) to spray a certificate in accordance with the rules of the Ministry of the environment,






5. apply knowledge of the correlation between plant growth and the chemical, physical and biological conditions in the soil,






6. use of biological agents for prevention of pests in gardens, parks and other green plants in accordance with the applicable environmental and health and safety regulations,






7. participate in the design and execution of the fastening tasks in concrete item, including tasks with self-locking paving stones with end-and RIM rock and make adjustments in the coating,






8. Design and construct stairs in precast concrete or paving stones, as well as drawing and perform kummer in tiling in cooperation with others,






9. perform all practical elements by surveying and leveling and use different marketing tools and different marketing instruments in connection with the marketing and the establishment of smaller installations,






10. apply basic knowledge of the interaction between cultural history and ' styles and changes,






11. identify plants from the main plant groups and outline the specific requirements for growth conditions and care,






12. carry out wooden structures in the gardens extensive fencing, wooden decks, coatings, pergolas, etc.,






13. perform the practical elements of non-chemical weed control and organic care work on an environmental and working environmental sound manner.






14. analyse, register, subscribe and perform have projects and green plants in accordance with the applicable standards for anlægsgartner work and carry out a quality assessment of the finished works, develop care programmes for gardens and lawns as well as perform fertilize-, care and maintenance work in the newly established and older green plants,






15. identify and evaluate culture media after planting conditions in order to optimize the growth of vegetation,






16. allocate different geometric shapes in connection with the setup of the pergola, fodhegn, and the establishment of natural stone and wood materials, coatings






17. project and perform staircases in wood materials and walls in paving stones and carry out fastening tasks in setts down in bueforbandt,






18. project and perform a task, incorporating non-traditional fastening patterns in URf.eks. Special and colored concrete blocks, tiles or piksten, wood or break tile,






19. project and perform smaller pools,






20. make building stone walls,






21. plan, draw and build larger areas incorporating ornamental trees, ornamental shrubs, perennials, bulbs and tuber growths as well as lawns and other herbaceous vegetation on an environmental and working environmental sound manner,






22. record, draw and analyze a fixed project and oversee project management with particular emphasis on quality and time management,






23. land prepare mechanically and manually prepare for planting, keep plants properly before planting as well as perform various types of planting-and into work,






24. perform the staking of trees, construct drainage and irrigation measures and upper protection by the Earth, including complete summer and winter pruning of trees and shrubs,






25. identify and evaluate culture media after plant selection and planting conditions based on knowledge of soil treatment implications for weed control, soil texture and growth conditions, and to draw up a plan for a green manure plants, including performing a simple calculation of fertiliser from a soil analysis,






26. take measures to optimize plant growth also in limited plant environments, under which point fertilization also included as well as an account of beskæringens positive and negative aspects of plant growth and plant durability,






27. build stairs and small walls,






28. carry out fastening tasks in natural stone, knoldebrosten, wood or break tile,






29. Drawing up care and maintenance programmes for tiered plantings and gardens from 2-15 years after the start-up phase, including describe care levels, periods and frequency, prepare proposals for thinning and replacement planting after analysis of a fixed growth conditions and draw up an assessment of the economic conditions by care and maintenance work and






30. perform care-and maintenance work in green plants in accordance with the standards in force at any time for care work within the anlægsgartner area.





4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-9, goes for step 1.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 10-13, apply to the specialities construction technique and care technique education in step 2.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 14-20, applies to education specialty construction technique.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 21-30, applies to education specialty care technique.

5. organisation of school education and internship training

5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as set out in the notice of professional education and training.

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. each step of training ends with a trial. The sample after a stage which is not only the final stage of training, must be sat by pupils who complete that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, the school organises a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.3. As part of the last school period in step 2, the school organises a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable. The task is made by the school in consultation with the Technical Committee.


6.3.1. the test in both specialties (civil engineering and care techniques) consists of two tasks, on the other hand, a written test, consisting of tasks within the områdefag and specialefag, on the other hand, an overall task within the topics and workflows that are typical of the thesis. The overall task consists of two subtasks. On the one hand, a description of the project and, on the other hand, an associated practical task, which should include varying elements. The oral test is based upon the practical task.

6.3.2. The written test are solved within a duration of 3 clock hours. The practical problem solved within a duration of 52 time hours, while the oral test lasts 20 minutes including assessment. The project description for the practical task must be approved by the teacher prior to the solution of the task.

6.3.3. the test will be assessed by a teacher (examiner) appointed by the school and 2 film masters (censors) appointed by the Technical Committee. The teacher's assessment shall be weighted by 1/2, while the 2 spectacle mestres total rating shall be weighted by 1/2. Given one character for each of the samples referred to in section 6.3.1. and calculated on a weighted average of the two characters, in which the nature of the written test included with 1/6 and the nature of the practical task with 5/6.

6.4. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have achieved an average of beståkarakter all the characters in the main course.

6.5. For students who complete the training with step 1, anlægsgartner Assistant, should the sample be passed.

6.6. For students who complete the training with step 2, civil engineering or nursing technique, journeyman test be passed.

6.7. At the end of the training, including completion of step 1, draw up the Technical Committee, a training certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in training.

6.8. The Technical Committee can sign letter of distinction for well-executed journeyman's journeyman's test with the designations well-executed and extremely well done.
Annex 2

Zoo keeper

1. the purpose of education and breakdown

1.1. Training in animal suits have as overarching purpose to students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:




1. care and care of the animals in the pet shop, animal parks, animals in zoological facilities, horses or animals in experiments, and stutterier




2. General, social and personal skills in relation to the practical work within dyrepasser area.





1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of training steps and specialties.

1.3. Training includes the following steps:




1. Dyrepasser Assistant.




2. The Zoo keeper.





1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties:




1. the zookeeper, the animals in zoological facilities.




2. Zoo keeper, laboratory animals.






3. Zoo keeper, horses.





2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1, dyrepasser Assistant, lasts 2 years including the basic cycle. School education in the main course lasts 16 weeks. Step 2, Zoo keeper, lasts at least 1 year and 5 months and a maximum of 1 year and 11 months. School education in the main gradient's step 2 lasts 16 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 2 school periods with intermediate periods.

2.3. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main sessions to schoool, grower, forest and nature technician or greenhouse gardener, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be completed in 5 weeks.

2.3.1. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course for veterinary nurse, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be implemented in 15 weeks.

2.3.2. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course to the greenkeeper Assistant, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be completed in 10 weeks.

2.3.3. Pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course for agricultural education has similarly gained competence to the main flow to dyrepasser training.

3. specific competences prior to school education in main course

3.1. The specific competences that students must meet in order to begin the main course is that students can:




1. involve basic knowledge about each animal species characteristics, conditions of use and care requirements in the practical work with livestock or other major animal husbandry,




2. participate in daily tasks as well as milking, in the care of livestock or other major animal husbandry,






3. perform daily tasks on the instructions within the feeding of livestock or other major animal husbandry based on basic knowledge of feed materials and feeding methods






4. participate in the supervision of livestock or other major animal husbandry, including show attention to obvious facts about reproduction, General signs of disease and abnormal behaviour,






5. perform simple tasks on instructions with the establishment of common culture crops based on basic knowledge of soil conditions and soil treatment methods,






6. perform simple tasks on instructions with the cultivation of common culture crops based on basic knowledge of general culture crops growth cycle, nature's cycles, growth conditions and ecology,






7. use and operate the common, on instructions, selected machines and installations, which are used by major animal husbandry and cultivation of culture crops, including participating in the daily maintenance,






8. perform practical tasks at major animal husbandry and cultivation of crops on a working culture, environmentally sound manner,






9. apply basic knowledge of mathematics, economics and market conditions for the solution of simple and well known vocational issues, and






10. show flexibility, responsibility and interest in the practical work with livestock or other major animal husbandry.





3.2. in order to commence the main course to eleven, in addition to fulfilling the objectives set out in section 3.1., powers also have acquired a driving licence for a minimum of tractor, and have completed the basic subject biology, level F, 2 weeks.

4. Competences for main course

4.1. main objectives of the course, without prejudice to the competence. However, section 4.2-4.6., is that students can:




1. make daily management, childcare and care of the animals in captivity, as well as clean different barn systems and animal facilities




2. involve knowledge about the individual animal feed requirements, use of rations as well as various feed materials the value and content of nutrients during the daily feeding of the animals,






3. involve knowledge on observation technique, behavioral studies and animal welfare legislation and animal physiological and health needs by assessment of animal welfare,






4. recognize the common signs of disease in animals and carry out cleansing and disinfection of livestock buildings and installations on the basis of knowledge on hygiene and the prevention of disease and infection,






5. involve the fundamental knowledge of selected animal anatomy and Physiology, musculoskeletal system, organs, digestive system, etc. in the daily work with animals,






6. participate in the maintenance of stable systems and animal installations as well as apply, operate and maintain common selected machines and installations, which are used in animal husbandry,






7. apply basic knowledge of Economics and market conditions for the solution of the simple and familiar business problems in animal husbandry,






8. operate in different communication situations, as well as collaboration and reflect on and discuss the workflows in the practical work with the keeping of animals,






9. observe and record the information on animal behaviour and assist in preparation of behavioural enrichment plans based on knowledge about each animal's natural behaviors and changes these in captivity,






10. promote mobility and collaboration on an international labour market through the use of a foreign language in a vocational context,






11. analyze and solve academic problems independently or as part of a team, as well as assess and understand ideas and points of view in relation to the practical work with the keeping of animals,






12. identify causes of problems in the working environment and apply this knowledge to create the best possible working environment and prevent work-related musculoskeletal disorders in the practical work within dyrepasser area,






13. assess and record information regarding animal welfare and behaviour as well as participate in behavioral enrichment of animals,






14. include knowledge of sustainable principles and quality assurance in the practical work with the keeping of animals,







15. assessing the quality of the practical work with teams of animals and involve the creative and innovative solutions in relation to business and product development,






16. establish their own businesses in cooperation with external advisors in the light of the knowledge of the concept of autonomy, establishment conditions and organisational principles for businesses






17. recognize own learning and motivationsmæssige strengths and weaknesses as a basis for lifelong learning and professional development,






18. conduct daily handling and care of animals in zoological facilities, as well as perform normally occurring tasks by breeding and reproduction,






19. involve knowledge about the individual animal feed requirements and natural feeding habits as well as storage and preservation of different feed types during the daily claim as well as for the preparation and manufacture of feed for animals in zoological facilities,






20. participate in the care and medication of sick animals in the light of the knowledge about disease and health in animals in zoological facilities and hygiene, immunology, Parasitology and precautions for handling of sick animals,






21. assist in furnishing and maintenance of animal facilities, taking into account security measures for both animals and humans, as well as requirements to the technical installations, including climate, acoustics, water quality and materials,






22. involve different dissemination techniques by public services and daily dissemination of knowledge about animals in zoological facilities, as well as tasks related to Zoological works,






23. involve knowledge about legislation in the work with the keeping of animals in zoological facilities and conditions on import and export,






24. perform daily care of laboratory animals and observe and record the information on health and stable environment on the basis of knowledge about feeding, stable environment, quality and safety systems,






25. maintain equipment and cages in laboratory animals stables as well as operate and maintain common technical installations and devices,






26. participate in animal studies on the basis of knowledge of operations, laboratory and injection techniques in accordance with legislation in force around laboratory animals and ethical aspects of animal testing,






27. make welfare and disease surveillance systems, as well as participate in scientific experiments, including make medication and pain treatment of sick animals and animals in experiments on the basis of knowledge of experimental animal health and diseases,






28. involve knowledge of breeding systems, including biotechnology use, genetic control and breeding as well as genetically modified laboratory animals by normally occurring tasks with breeding and reproduction,






29. make daily feeding of horses based punk in the knowledge of the quality and nutritional value, as well as buy feed and be involved in the planning and production of roughage and fold change






30. perform daily care of horses on the basis of knowledge of practical horse team, handling and safety,






31. observe common diseases in horses and participate in prevention and treatment on the basis of knowledge of commonly occurring diseases in horses,






32. involved in the interior design and dimensioning of the horse stables and pens as well as operate and maintain common technical equipment in the horse stables,






33. involve knowledge about breeding planning, including breeding values and breeding objectives, etc. by normally occurring tasks with breeding and reproduction, and






34. involve knowledge of Economics, law, international guidelines and insurance conditions by teams of as well as transport and trade in horses.





4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-9, applies to all stages and specializations in undergraduate education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 10-17, applies to training step 2.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 18-23, applies to education specialty animals in zoological facilities.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 24-28, goes for education thesis, laboratory animals.

4.6. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 29-34, applies to training specialty, horses.

5. organisation of school education and internship training

5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as set out in the notice of professional education and training.

5.2. in order to give students a comprehensive education, internship time usually shared between 2 or more internship companies.

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. each step of training ends with a trial. The sample after a step, must only be sat by pupils who complete that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, dyrepasser Assistant, holds school a final test, which consists of a practical task and an oral examination. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.1. The practical problem solved within a duration of 3 days with normal working hours, while the oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment and takes its starting point in the task.

6.2.2. The pupil's performance is judged with one character, where the task and the oral performance are weighted equally.

6.3. As part of the last school period in step 2, Zoo keeper, holds the school a final test, which consists of a practical project and an oral examination. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.3.1. The project resolved within a duration of 5 days with normal working hours, while the oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment and takes its starting point in the project.

6.3.2. The pupil's performance is judged with one character, where the project task and the oral performance are weighted equally.

6.4. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have achieved beståkarakter under the current grading scale, calculated as the average of the grades for all basic subjects, områdefag and specialefag in the main course. Any subjects where there is no given characters, must be carried out in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who complete the training with step 1, Assistant, the final sample dyrepasser be passed under the current grading scale.

6.6. For students who complete the training with step 2, Zoo keeper, the final test be passed.

6.7. At the end of the training, including completion of step 1, draw up Joint Committee for agricultural training, a training certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in training.
Annex 3

Greenkeeper

1.1. purpose and Training Division

1.1. Training for the greenkeeper has the overall aim of the student through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:




1. establishment of sports facilities and courses with associated green plants, and




2. the care and restoration of sports facilities and courses with associated green plants.





1.2. Students must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of training steps and specialties.

1.3. Training includes the following steps:




1. Green keeper Assistant and groundsmanassistent.




2. the greenkeeper and groundsman.





1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties:




1. Green keeper.




2. the Groundsman.





2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1, green keeper Assistant and groundsmanassistent, lasts at least 1 year and 3 months, including the basic cycle. School education in the main course lasts 13 weeks. Step 2, Greenkeeper and groundsman, lasts at least 2 years and 2 months and a maximum of 2 years and 8 months. School education in the main gradient's step 2 items 17 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 2 school periods with intermediate training period for students in step 1, and in at least four periods with intermediate school apprenticeships for pupils at step 2.

3. specific competences prior to school education in main course

3.1. The specific competences that students must meet in order to start on the main course is that students can:




1. use of INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY for communication and information gathering at a basic level in connection with solving professional tasks,




2. work according to simple working drawings and make use of the scale,






3. family determine the industry commonly used plants as well as indicate their anvendelesmuligheder in connection with common Greenkeeper and groundsmanopgaver,






4. make use of less lawn care machinery and equipment safety and ergonomic,






5. perform simple stocking tasks,







6. perform basic practical items by measuring and leveling and use different marketing tools and marketing instruments in connection with the marketing and the establishment of smaller plants, and






7. perform the basic practical items in lawn care.





3.2. in order to commence the main course to eleven, in addition to fulfilling the objectives set out in section 3.1., powers also have acquired a driving licence for a minimum of tractor and have completed the basic subject biology, level F, 2 weeks.

4. Competences for main course

4.1. main objectives of the course, without prejudice to the competence. However, section 4.2.-4.5., is that students can:




1. apply the knowledge of relevant materials, origin, building, structure, properties and applications, as well as gain knowledge about the processes associated with the use of materials,




2. assess the need and produce fertiliser, fertiliser care and renovation programmes, taking into account grass species, growing conditions and environment,






3. identify the most commonly occurring ukrudter, pests and diseases in lawn in order to prevent and combat it,






4. perform care work by soil and care of green areas on an environmental and occupational and environmentally sound manner,






5. identify and name the commonly found plants, trees and shrubs, including perform cropping as well as develop care plans for installations within the subject area,






6. carry out plant-health work in an environmentally-sound way and passed/occupational subsample 1-4 (anlægsgartner) for the acquisition of spraying certificate, according to the Ministry of the environment rules,






7. set up and maintain irrigation system on sports facilities and golf courses, including carrying out the necessary vinterklagøring, as well as measure, record and calculate the areas water use and irrigation needs in connection with irrigation company






8. set up, adjust and maintain electric plants and hydraulic equipment on machinery and equipment used in lawn care, including carrying out repairs in accordance with the applicable safety requirements,






9. gain insights into AB92, quality assurance, laws, rules and standards regarding. land and construction contracts,






10. collect, measure and describe proposals for constructive changes in existing or new green plants and areas with a view to promoting the environment and the biological conditions to the benefit of plant and animal life,






11. apply knowledge of plants within the main plant groups and their special requirements for growth conditions and care,






12. identify the most common grass species and on the basis of soil and fertilizer analyses establish the various grass species optimum requirements for growth and soil conditions as well as produce fertiliser plans taking into account the surrounding environment,






13. projecting, construct, alter and restore bunker, the teeing ground and green as well as perform care programs






14. carry out investigation of a water hole flora and fauna as well as describe and perform basic care and restoration of ponds,






15. analyze all elements on a hulforløb, describe and develop care plans, and engage in the establishment, renovation and conversion of the elements on the hulforløbet,






16. Design, construct, alter and restore ball courts and can perform care programs for playing fields,






17. apply knowledge of knowledge of individual artificial grass lining daily care, maintenance, dredging, filling and snow removal as well as gain insights into their building and repair, and






18. analyze all elements on a playing field, including the proposal to describe care plans as well as be part of the establishment, renovation and/or conversion of the elements on the ball field and its there.





4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-6, apply to training step 1.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 7-12, apply to training step 2.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 13-15, applies to training step 2, green keeper.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 16-18, applies to training step 2, groundsman.

5. organisation of school education and internship training

5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as set out in the notice of professional education and training.

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. each step of training ends with a trial. The sample after a stage which is not only the final stage of training, must be sat by pupils who complete that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period for step 1, green keeper Assistant or groundsmanassistent, the school holds a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.3. As part of the last school period in step 2, the school organises a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.3.1. the test in both specialties (Greenkeeper and groundsman) consists of three tasks; a written test consisting of tasks within the områdefag and specialefag, a project of the thesis analysis of a designated area and an overall task within the topics and workflows that are typical of the thesis. The overall task consists of two subtasks. On the one hand, a description of the project and, on the other hand, an associated practical project task, which should include varying elements, and as part of school education. The oral examination will be based on the practical task.

6.3.2. The written test are solved within a duration of 3 clock hours. Project analysis be solved within a duration of 28 clock hours. The practical project task must be solved within a duration of 80 clock hours, while the oral test lasts 20 minutes including assessment. The project description for the practical task must be approved by the teacher prior to the solution of the task.

6.3.3. the test will be assessed by a teacher (examiner) appointed by the school and 2 film masters (censors) appointed by the Technical Committee. The teacher's assessment shall be weighted by 1/2, while the 2 spectacle mestres total rating shall be weighted by 1/2. Given one character for each of the samples referred to in section 6.3.1. and calculated on a weighted average of the two characters, in which the nature of the written test included with 1/6 and the nature of the practical task with 5/6.

6.4. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have achieved an average of beståkarakter all the characters in the main course.

6.5. For students who complete the training with step 1, green keeper Assistant and groundsmanassistent, the test be passed.

6.6. For students who complete the training with step 2, Greenkeeper and groundsman, should the sample be passed.

6.7. At the end of the training, including completion of step 1, draw up the Technical Committee, a training certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in training.
Annex 4

Agricultural training

Training purposes and breakdown

1.1. The agricultural programme has the overall aim of students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:




1. crop production with the production of agricultural crops, specialty crops and other vegetable products,




2. livestock production and animal breeding with production of milk, meat and eggs and other animal products,






3. machine leads tasks, associated services in agriculture and at machine stations, and






4. General, social and personal skills in relation to the practical work in the field of machine stations and agriculture.





1.2. Students must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of training steps and specialties.

1.3. Training includes the following steps:




1. Agricultural Assistant, step 1.




2. Farmer/jordbrugsmaskinfører, step 2.





1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties:




1. A farmer, livestock.




2. A farmer plants.






3. Jordbrugsmaskinfører.





Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1, agricultural Assistant, lasts 2 years, including the basic cycle. School education in the main process step 1 lasts 16 weeks. Step 2, farmer/jordbrugsmaskinfører, lasts at least 1 year and 5 months and a maximum of 1 year and 11 months. School education in the main gradient's step 2 lasts 20 weeks of training to farmer and 16 weeks of training to jordbrugsmaskinfører.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 2 school periods with intermediate training period.


2.3. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main sessions to schoool, grower, forest and nature technician or greenhouse gardener, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be completed in 5 weeks.

2.3.1. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course for veterinary nurse, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be implemented in 15 weeks.

2.3.2. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course to the greenkeeper, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be completed in 10 weeks.

2.3.3. Pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course to the zookeeper, has similarly achieved competence for main course for agricultural training.

3. specific competences prior to school education in main course

3.1. The specific competences that students must meet in order to start on the main course is that students can:




1. involve basic knowledge about each animal species characteristics, conditions of use and care requirements in the practical work with livestock or other major animal husbandry,




2. participate in daily tasks as well as milking in the care of livestock or other major animal husbandry,






3. perform daily tasks on the instructions within the feeding of livestock or other major animal husbandry based on basic knowledge of feed materials and feeding methods






4. participate in the supervision of livestock or other major animal husbandry, including paying attention to the obvious fact about propagation, General signs of disease and abnormal behaviour,






5. perform simple tasks on instructions with the establishment of common culture crops based on basic knowledge of soil conditions and soil treatment methods,






6. perform simple tasks on instructions with the cultivation of common culture crops based on basic knowledge of general culture crops growth cycle, nature's cycles, growth conditions and ecology,






7. apply and operate common selected machines and installations on the instructions, which are used by major animal husbandry and cultivation of culture crops, including participating in the daily maintenance,






8. perform practical tasks at major animal husbandry and cultivation of crops on a working culture, environmentally sound manner,






9. apply basic knowledge of mathematics, economics and market conditions for the solution of simple and well known vocational issues, and






10. show flexibility, responsibility and interest in the practical work with livestock or other major animal husbandry.





3.2. in order to commence the main course to eleven, in addition to fulfilling the objectives set out in section 3.1., powers also have acquired a driving licence for a minimum of tractor and have completed the basic subject biology, level F, 2 weeks.

4. Competences for main course

4.1. main objectives of the course, without prejudice to the competence. However, section 4.2. – 4.6., is that students can:




1. perform common tasks on the basis of animal welfare by teams of livestock and on the basis of knowledge of animal behaviour to respond to abnormal behaviour,




2. the practical feeding and actively involve knowledge about common feed materials, feed quality, animal nutrient requirements and feeding plans,






3. make the necessary actions by heat and reproduction courses on the basis of knowledge about animal data and behavior by heat,






4. Note the commonest signs of disease in domestic animals on the basis of knowledge of common diseases and symptoms,






5. perform common practical tasks in connection with the establishment, care and harvest of agricultural crops, including follow the mark-, manure-and spray plans as well as ecological requirements,






6. manage chemicals in accordance with the instructions and apply in practice and calibrate the spray equipment based on gained knowledge about chemicals, spray technique, environmental impacts and health and safety conditions,






7. apply, operate and maintain common selected machines and installations as well as maintain buildings used for commercial animal husbandry and cultivation of agricultural crops,






8. make simple economic calculations and develop personal production budget on the basis of knowledge of fundamental economic thinking in connection with the company, society, and the individual's economic,






9. recognize own learning and motivationsmæssige strengths and weaknesses as a basis for lifelong learning and professional development,






10. promote mobility at an international labour market through the use of foreign languages in agricultural academic context






11. work in collaboration and communication situations as well as reflect on and discuss work processes in agricultural holding or a machine station,






12. involve knowledge about agricultural production influences of environment and other environments in the context of the planning or execution of common actions,






13. assess the quality of own work and engage in cooperation on solution of operational tasks in agricultural holding or a machine station,






14. read and understand the debtor accounts and accounts with the inclusion of knowledge about production figures and the economy,






15. establish their own businesses in cooperation with external advisors, participate in the development and innovation of enterprises based on knowledge of the concept of autonomy, establishment conditions and organizational principles as well as for businesses, innovation tools and processes,






16. involve knowledge about the forms of production and work management implications for the quality of food at the planning and production of food in agriculture,






17. include general knowledge about agricultural structure, the organisation and the industry's impact on society and the economy in connection with production planning in agriculture and machinery contractors,






18. analyze and solve academic problems independently or as part of a team, as well as assess and understand ideas and points of view in relation to the practical work on farms or machinery contractors,






19. use of foreign languages, and to include knowledge about the relationships between the national and international market, European and international policy and culture's impact on agriculture by assessment and solution of agricultural professional issues






20. take responsibility for the day-to-day care of livestock, handle unforeseen events and react to abnormal conditions in the herd, with the involvement of production technical information and data






21. assess forage quality, schedule and supervise the feeding of selected livestock and make adjustments in the light of changes in the animals ' life cycles, nutritional status, performance and feed switch,






22. to participate in preparation of breeding schemes for selected livestock on the basis of knowledge of animal reproduction ratio and breeding values,






23. act appropriately in the context of prevention and treatment of diseases in selected livestock on the basis of in-depth knowledge of diseases and symptoms






24. forthcoming tasks with teams, the movement and transport of animals, taking into account animal welfare and applicable law around the team and the transport of livestock,






25. evaluate a production plant for commercial animal husbandry with regard to the arrangement and the sizing compared to the animals ' natural behaviour and welfare, productivity and working environment,






26. involve knowledge independently or as part of a team in relation to costs and/or increased earnings in connection with the planning of animal husbandry,






27. use, operate and maintain complicated machines and installations as well as other production equipment used in animal husbandry






28. plan and execute duties in connection with the establishment, care and harvest of agricultural crops, including observing and responding to pests and deficiency diseases,






29. assist in the creation of the mark-, manure-and spray plans as well as involve knowledge of crop rotation strategies, nutrients and nutrient needs, ecology, pests, pesticides and methods,






30. participate in the planning and execution of game and nature care on the basis of knowledge about care methods, natural habitats and vildtets behaviour, needs for whereabouts and feed,






31. plan and execute spray tasks in agricultural crops on the basis of obtained certificate as well as involve knowledge of injection control strategies and spraying technique and using the decision support systems,







32. involve knowledge independently or as part of a team in relation to costs and/or increased earnings in connection with the planning of plant production






33. use, operate and maintain larger and complex machines and installations used in the cultivation, transportation and storage of agricultural crops,






34. operate the workshop equipment and hand tools on the basis of knowledge of workshop equipment and materials commonly used in a machine shop,






35. prepare and carry out daily and periodic maintenance of agricultural machinery and carry out minor repair tasks in accordance with applicable instructional guides,






36. apply knowledge about important subcomponents, electrical circuits, hydraulic systems and their function, construction and maintenance in the practical work with agricultural machinery,






37. operate and set the larger and complex agricultural machinery for tillage and seeding on the basis of knowledge of the importance of soil structure soil, weed control, germination and growth conditions as well as the location and quality of seeds,






38. operate and set the larger and complex agricultural machines for application of pesticide and nutrient on the basis of obtained certificate as well as knowledge of different spraying fertilizer forms and pesticide,






39. operate and set the selected major and complicated harvesters with the inclusion of knowledge about optimal harvest points, water content, etc., and






40. plan and execute tasks with harvesting and preservation of forage crops as well as involve knowledge about factors that affect the quality of roughage qualities.





4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-11, applies to all stages and specializations in undergraduate education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 12-19, applies to training step 2.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 20-27, applies to the education specialty farmer House-animals.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 28-33 applies to training specialized farmer plants.

4.6. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 34-40 applies to education specialty jordbrugsmaskinfører.

Organisation of school education and internship training

5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as set out in the notice of professional education and training.

5.2. in order to give students a comprehensive education, internship time usually shared between 2 or more internship companies.

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. each step of training ends with a trial. The sample after a stage which is not only the final stage of training, must be sat by pupils who complete that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, agricultural Assistant, shall be borne by the school towards the end of school education a final test, which consists of a practical task and an oral examination. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.1. Task solved within a duration of 3 days with normal working hours, while the oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment and takes its starting point in the task.

6.2.2. The pupil's performance is judged with one character, where the task and the oral performance are weighted equally.

6.3. As part of the last school period in step 2, farmer/jordbrugsmaskinfører, shall be borne by the school towards the end of school education a final test, which consists of a practical project and an oral examination, the purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.3.1. The project resolved within a duration of 5 days with normal working hours, while the oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment and takes its starting point in the project.

6.3.2. The pupil's performance is judged with one character, the project and the oral performance are weighted equally.

6.4. To issue school certificate, should the student have achieved beståkarakter as the average of all the characters in the main course. The nature of the bound specialefag "farm animals" and "Plants", are weighted by a factor of 3 and the bound specialefag "Machines", are weighted by a factor of 2. Any subjects where there is no given characters, must be carried out in accordance with the rules of the profession. Pupils who quit training as jordbrugsmaskinfører and farmer, thesis plants must have acquired sprayer certificate according to the Environment Ministry's rules.

6.5. For students who complete the training with step 1, agricultural Assistant, the final test be passed.

6.6. For students who complete the training with step 2, farmer/jordbrugsmaskinfører, the final test be passed.

6.7. At the end of the training, including completion of step 1, the school will issue a certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in training.
Annex 5

Agricultural management training

1. the purpose of education and breakdown

1.1. Training has as overall objective, to students through school education achieve knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:




1. The execution of all tasks in the primary agricultural production with responsibility for the operation, management and development of the company in one or more areas of production and with responsibility for human resources management, and




2. safeguarding of responsibility for the strategic development of an agricultural-related activities for the purpose of financial management, production and sales.





1.2. Students must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of the steps.

1.3. Training includes the following steps, based on step 2 of the agricultural training specializing in farm animals or plants:




1. Step 3. Production Manager.




2. Step 4. Business Manager.






3. Step 5. Agricultural economist.





2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 3, production manager, includes 20 weeks of school education. Training step 4, Business Manager, includes 20 weeks of school education. Training step 5, agrarian Economist, includes 20 weeks of school education.

2.2. Pupils who have achieved qualification from agricultural education, have access to training step 2 step 3.

2.3. in the case of students who have obtained evidence from agricultural training specializing jordbrugsmaskinfører, organise the school tuition, so it can be carried out at 20 weeks with the addition of supplementary education for up to 4 weeks.

3. Competences for education

3.1. objectives of the programme, without prejudice to the competence. However, section 3.2-3.4., is that the graduates can:




1. Design and implement an agricultural production on the basis of biological production, technical and economic insights,




2. analyze and evaluate an agricultural production and on that basis, implement changes in the day-to-day production,






3. take responsibility to lead, develop and motivate staff on an agriculture and train young people in agricultural education,






4. establishing and developing an agricultural undertaking on the basis of a resource-oriented approach through the use of biological, technical and economic knowledge, production






5. perform the senior management in the agricultural undertaking by means of organizational plans and personnel policy,






6. communicate professionally with agricultural stakeholders, the establishment






7. develop a long-term strategic plan for the farm business on the basis of the national and international economy and politics,






8. develop a marketing plan and sales strategy for an agricultural business put total production,






9. responsible for project management, networking and innovative work in agricultural plant production areas and






10. develop personal leadership skills and act in an agricultural policy environment





3.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 3.1., nr. 1-3 apply to all stages of education.

3.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 3.1., nr. 4-6 applies to learning steps 4 and 5.

3.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 3.1., nr. 7-10 apply to training step 5.

4. organisation of school education

4.1. Schools described in the education system within the overall framework, as set out in the notice of professional education and training.

5. evaluation and evidence, etc.

5.1. For students who are conducting training step 3, production manager, shall be borne by the school towards the end of school education an exam.

5.1.1. The learner shall draw up a practical project, which included as a starting point and partial evaluation basis for this exam.


5.1.2. The aim of the project is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The project takes as its starting point the competence objectives of training step 3. The content of the project organised by schools in community. The three subjects: production management, economics and practical people management must be assessed and passed individually.

5.2. For students who are conducting training step 4, a manager of an undertaking, shall be borne by the school towards the end of school education an exam.

5.2.1. The learner shall prepare a project that is included as a starting point and partial evaluation basis for this exam.

5.2.2. The aim of the project is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The project takes as its starting point the competence objectives of training step 4. The content of the project organised by schools in community. The three subjects: development of production, business and staff development must be assessed and passed individually.

5.3. For students who are conducting training step 5, agrarian Economist, holds the school towards the end of school education 4 exams.

5.3.1. The learner shall prepare a project that forms the basis for an assessment exam. The aim of the project is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The project takes as its starting point the competence objectives of training step 5. The content of the project takes as its starting point in the student's problem formulation.

5.3.2. In the subject "Strategy and innovation" schools shall prepare jointly exam questions, as the pupil in the light of the preparation time must defend orally. The aim is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. Exam questions are based on the competence objectives of training step 5.

5.3.3. In the subject "International Economics and policy" shall draw up school exam questions, as the pupil on the background of the preparation time must defend orally. The aim is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. Exam questions are based on the competence objectives of training step 5.

5.3.4. In the subject "Personal leadership development" prepares the pupil a synopsis, as partial evaluation basis for exam. The synopsis must be defended orally. The aim is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The synopsis is based on the objectives of education and training of competence in step 5. Project management content organised by schools in community.

5.4. The pupil must, for the issue of the school certificate examination have achieved by beståkarakter in all projects and subjects.

5.4.1. For students who complete training step 3, step 4, production manager and business manager, examinations, as provided for in section 5.1. and 5.2. be passed.

5.4.2. For students who complete the training with step 5, agricultural economist, exams as stipulated in section 5.3. be passed.

5.5. Upon completion of each stage of the training school shall issue a certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in the field of education.

5.5.1. Training certificate shall be issued in accordance with the Ordinance on vocational training and examinations, when training and exams are completed and passed.
Annex 6

Production horticulturist

1. the purpose of education and breakdown

1.1. Training for production gardener has the overall aim of students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:




1. Production of nursery crops, trade in greenhouse and nursery crops and gardening equipment,




2. production of vegetables, fruit and berries grown in nurseries and plantations, and






3. General, social and personal skills in relation to the practical work within production gardener area.





1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of training steps and specialties.

1.3. Training includes the following steps:




1. Nursery gardener's Assistant.




2. Production gardener.





1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties:




1. Nursery gardener, production.




2. Nursery gardener (trade).





2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1, nursery gardener's Assistant, lasts 2 years, including the basic cycle. School education in the main process step 1 lasts 13 weeks. Step 2, production gardener, at least 1 year and 5 months and a maximum of 1 year and 11 months. School education in the main gradient's step 2 items 12 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 2 school periods with intermediate periods.

2.3. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main sessions to schoool, forest and nature technician, agricultural education and animal suits, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be completed in 5 weeks.

2.3.1. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course for veterinary nurse, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be implemented in 15 weeks.

2.3.2. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course to the greenkeeper, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be completed in 10 weeks.

2.3.3. Pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course to the greenhouse gardener, has similarly gained competence to the main flow to production gardener training.

3. specific competences prior to school education in main course

3.1. The specific competences that students must meet in order to start on the main course is that the student can:




1. involve the basic knowledge of the system and the individual botanical plant use in the practical work with plants in greenhouses, nurseries and plant trades,




2. participate in the supervision of plants in greenhouses, nurseries and plant trades, including observing and responding to obvious facts about growing conditions and pests,






3. perform simple tasks on the instructions within the establishment of ordinary greenhouse and nursery crops, starting with a basic understanding of the facts surrounding soil, water and food, including soil or growing media elementary properties






4. perform simple tasks on instructions with production of greenhouse and nursery crops and caring for plants in the plant trade, starting with basic knowledge of common cultures growth trajectory, growth conditions and care requirements,






5. implement the control of pests on the instructions and under the supervision,






6. apply, operate and maintain selected machines and installations, on instructions, as commonly used in the production of greenhouse and nursery crops, or by taking care of plants in the plant trade,






7. apply basic knowledge of Economics and market conditions for the solution of simple and well-known business issues in the production and sale of greenhouse and nursery crops,






8. carry out practical tasks in the field of greenhouse and nursery area in an environmentally sound way, and work






9. show flexibility, responsibility and interest in the practical work with the production of greenhouse and nursery crops as well as in the field of trade in plants.





3.2. in order to commence the main course to eleven, in addition to fulfilling the objectives set out in section 3.1., powers also have acquired a driving licence for a minimum of tractor, implemented subsample 1 and 4 (injection-certificate) in accordance with the rules of the Ministry of Environment and have completed the basic subject Biology F, 2 weeks.

4. Competences for main course

4.1. main objectives of the course, without prejudice to the competence. However, section 4.2.-4.5., is that students can:




1. collect data and develop culture cultivation instructions for a regular nursery-or grøntsagskultur on the basis of knowledge of important plant groups, their fields of application, as well as requirements for growth conditions and care,




2. carry out practical tasks in the field of prevention and control of common diseases, pests and weeds in nursery or vegetable crops on the basis of knowledge of principles and methods for the prevention and control of pests,






3. understand the environmental conditions and the use of basic knowledge of biological contexts in relation to the practical work with nursery-or vegetable crops,






4. carry out practical tasks in the field of preparation of nursery or vegetable crops for sale on the basis of knowledge of the facts surrounding the marketing and delivery,






5. work after a cultivation manual and perform general work functions with selected nursery-or vegetable crops,







6. involve knowledge of commonly-used substrates and soil improvement products for cultivation and nutritional properties in practical work with irrigation and distribution of fertilisers,






7. promote mobility at an international labour market through the use of a foreign language in vocational context and understand relationships between local, national and international markets,






8. operate and maintain the most common technical installations, tools and machinery in nurseries, garden centres, orchards or open air market gardens,






9. operate in different communication situations, as well as collaboration and reflect on and discuss work processes in nurseries, garden centres, orchards or open air market gardens,






10. work with farming methods in ordinary nurseries, garden centres, orchards or open-air nurseries and involve knowledge of organic cultivation principles, environmental management, etc.,






11. analyze and solve academic problems independently or as part of a team, as well as assess and understand ideas and points of view in relation to the practical work with nursery-or vegetable crops,






12. assessing quality in the work with nursery-or vegetable crops and involve the creative and innovative solutions in relation to production, product development and business development,






13. establish their own businesses in cooperation with external advisors in the light of the knowledge of the concept of autonomy, establishment conditions and organisational principles for businesses






14. recognize own learning and motivationsmæssige strengths and weaknesses as a basis for lifelong learning and professional development,






15. enter and establish cultivation guides for common nursery-or vegetable crops as well as applying international rules for the classification and naming,






16. identify and name the commonly cultivated nursery-or vegetable crops through the use of assistive devices as plant keys and data bases and place them in the botanical system after the family, genus and species,






17. perform practical elements of production planning and production control on the basis of knowledge of the preparation of the plan and mark plan for individual cultures, as well as registration of cultures and cultural technical conditions






18. involve knowledge of different requirements for crop rotation, soil, climate and establishment conditions in relation to different plant cultures and plant types in the practical work with the preparation of land for plant cultivation,






19. involve knowledge about soil treatment methods and soil improvers as well as their use in the context of regular school-growing plants or vegetable crops in the practical work with soil preparation and tillage,






20. plan and execute duties in connection with the production of nursery crops, including control of culture, the General State of health and assessing prevention and eventual control of weeds and pests,






21. plan and execute duties in connection with harvesting, harvesting, sorting and storage of plants as well as assess the resultant cultures in the context of preparation for sale,






22. apply, operate and maintain common machines used in the establishment, cultivation, harvest and transportation of common nursery culture,






23. advise and guide customers in relation to appropriate plant choices in relation to different groups of applications, requirements for plants growth conditions, care as well as frequent attacks of diseases and pests,






24. identify and name the common plants in retail trade through the use of assistive devices as plant keys and data bases and place them in the botanical system after the family, genus and species,






25. provide guidance in the selection and use of categories within hand tools, machines and other equipment to the garden,






26. make the day-to-day care of indoor and outdoor plants in the retail trade, taking into account the minimisation of waste,






27. acquisitions of plants and other products to the retail trade and involve knowledge of marketing, sales and product flow and apply national and international names and terms,






28. can conduct marketing on the basis of knowledge of target groups, trends, marketing channels, and more from the sale of plants, goods in retail or wholesale sales,






29. the involvement of creative and innovative solutions by exposure of plants and other products in retail or at a wholesale sales on the basis of knowledge about customer behavior, facts about mersalgs products, etc.,






30. work with sales of plants and perform proper customer service, on the basis of knowledge of fundamental sales techniques, customer needs and customer behavior, and






31. carry out tasks in the field of finance and accounting in the light of insight in business economy use and methods as well as business issues within the trade in plants.





4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-9, applies to all stages and specializations in undergraduate education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 10-14, apply to training step 2.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 15-22, applies to education specialty nursery gardener, production.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 23-31, applies to education specialty nursery gardener (trade).

5. organisation of school education and internship training

5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as set out in the notice of professional education and training.

5.2. in order to give students a comprehensive education, internship time usually shared between 2 or more internship companies.

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. each step of training ends with a trial. The sample after a stage which is not only the final stage of training, must be sat by pupils who complete that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, nursery gardener's Assistant, is organizing the school a final test, which consists of a practical task and an oral examination. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.1. The practical problem solved within a duration of 3 days with normal working hours, while the oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment and takes its starting point in the task.

6.2.2. The pupil's performance is judged with one character, where the task and the oral performance are weighted equally.

6.3. As part of the last school period in step 2, the school holds a gardener, final production test, which consists of a practical project and an oral examination. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.3.1. The project resolved within a duration of 5 days with normal working hours, while the oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment and takes its starting point in the project.

6.3.2. The pupil's performance is judged with one character, the project and the oral performance are weighted equally.

6.4. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have obtained a beståkarakter under the current grading scale, calculated as the average of the grades for all basic subjects, områdefag and specialefag in the main course. Any subjects where there is no given characters, must be carried out in accordance with the rules of the profession. Pupils who quit training as a gardener, must have acquired syringe production certificate under the Environment Ministry's rules.

6.5. For students who complete the training with step 1, the final test be passed under the current grading scale.

6.6. For students who complete the training with step 2, the final test be passed under the current grading scale.

6.7. At the end of the training, including completion of step 1, draw up the Technical Committee, a training certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in training.
Annex 7

Forest and nature technician

1.1. purpose and Training Division

1.1. Training for forest and nature technician has the overall aim of the student through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:




1. Execution of tasks in the field of production forests, recreational forest and landscape operation or nature-and wildlife care,




2. General, social and personal skills in relation to the practical work in the field of forest and nature area, and engineer






3. safeguarding of own work situation and solving problems independently or in cooperation with others in smaller working groups.





1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of training steps and specialties.


1.3. Training includes the following steps:




1. Forest and nature's Assistant.




2. Forest and nature technician.





1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties:




1. Forest uses.




2. Game wont.






3. Nature wont.





2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1, forest and nature's Assistant, lasts 2 years including the basic cycle. School education in the main process step 1 lasts 16 weeks. Step 2, forest and nature technician, lasts 1 year. School education in the main gradient's step 2 lasts 16 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 2 periods with intermediate school apprenticeships for students in step 1, and in at least two school periods with intermediate apprenticeships for pupils at step 2.

2.3. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main sessions to schoool, production greenhouse gardener, gardener, zookeeper or agricultural training, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be completed in 5 weeks.

2.3.1. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course for veterinary nurse, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be implemented in 15 weeks.

2.3.2. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course to the greenkeeper, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be completed in 10 weeks.

3. specific competences prior to school education in main course

3.1. The specific competences that students must meet in order to start on the main course is that the student can:




1. perform common tasks in the field of forest management and natural care, taking into account the specific working environmental conditions,




2. involve the basic knowledge about the botanical system, nature plants as well as the individual tree species applied in practical work with forest cultures,






3. apply, operate and maintain selected machines and implements, as commonly used in the field of forest management and natural care, on instructions, as well as by means of the operating instructions,






4. perform tasks with the establishment of the common forest cultures on the basis of knowledge of soil, water and food as well as soil treatment methods and Earth træartsmæssige cultivation value






5. set up cultural fences, organise and carry out weed control as well as implement thinning in plantations and established stands with hand tools, scrub cleans and chainsaw,






6. perform simple nursing tasks in selected habitats including streams and smaller wetlands on instructions,






7. apply basic knowledge of Economics and market conditions for the solution of simple and well known vocational issues, and






8. show flexibility, responsibility and interest in the practical work with forestry and landscaping.





3.2. in order to commence the main course to eleven, in addition to fulfilling the objectives set out in section 3.1., powers also have acquired a driving licence for a minimum of tractor and have completed the basic subject Biology F, 2 weeks.

4. Competences for main course

4.1. main objectives of the course, without prejudice to the competence. However, section 4.2-4.6., is that students can:




1. operate, use and maintain machines and implements, as commonly used in the Woods to culture maintenance, output of wood and vejopgaver,




2. operate, use and maintain chain saw and chainsaw on a working environmental sound manner, for which the student has acquired N.P.T.C. chain saw certificate or tilsvarendesamt deployment, other hand-held motor tools, which are used for tasks by forestry, nature-or tree care,






3. participate in the expulsion and provision of Harvester worked for a given stand, as well as perform logging, reporting, and measurement of small to medium cutting huge tree on the basis of knowledge of bevoksningens properties and General growing conditions,






4. identify the causes of problems in the working environment by working tasks within the forest and nature care area and apply knowledge about the work environment, including the prevention of work-related ailments and accidents,






5. solve common occurring mathematical problems in forest and nature care area and present the results in an appropriate presentation program,






6. apply and understand English in general work-related situations and professional contexts within the forest and nature care area,






7. function in various cooperation and communication situations as well as reflect on and discuss the work processes in the field of forestry and landscaping,






8. analyze and solve technical problems, including assessment and understand ideas and points of view in relation to the practical work in the field of production forests, recreational forest and landscape operation or nature-and wildlife care,






9. establish their own business and participate in the development and innovation of enterprises based on knowledge of the concept of autonomy, establishment conditions and organisational principles for businesses as well as the use of innovative tools and processes,






10. identify selected biotopes with associated dispersal corridors and perform maintenance and recovery tasks in selected biotopes, after a certain level and relevant legislation,






11. apply relevant concepts and terminologies on wood as a material in various working situations in forestry, including involving knowledge of the tree's structure, properties and application in different constructions and products






12. collect data to plan and production in the practical work in the field of production forests, recreational forest and landscape operation or nature-and wildlife care and report plan and production data for further processing in the company's operation,






13. use a variety of communication techniques in information to the public and other stakeholders about the objectives and tasks of practical work in the forest and landscape,






14. observe and apply their own learning and motivationsmæssige strengths and weaknesses as a basis for lifelong learning and professional development,






15. perform selected parts of a business plan for natural and classic forest management, taking into account the management factors and technical factors that affect the træarts elections, as well as the location to customize the most frequently used tree species on the basis of knowledge of soils and climate,






16. work after culture plans as well as "source-customize the tree species by afforestation and the establishment of natural forest on the basis of knowledge of the various tree species requirements for soil, climate and other growth conditions,






17. schedule control of weeds and pests in forestry, including identification of the most common weed species and other pests and choose optimal methods of treatment,






18. organise and perform indtrækning of larger trees, including select appropriate equipment for concrete indtrækningsopgaver and involve knowledge of traction needs and security,






19. process windfall on a working environment and safety sound manner and involve knowledge of basic techniques for removal of voltage and friskæring of fallen trees,






20. plan and carry out cropping of medium-sized trees at tree climbing and the use of commonly used hand tools on a safety and working environmental correct way,






21. schedule control of weeds and pests in forestry and agriculture, including identification of the most common weed species and other pests as well as choose optimal methods of treatment,






22. establish and nurture biotopes for common game types as well as bring game depots and wild fields, taking into account the vildtets behaviour, needs for whereabouts and feed,






23. designing plans for the regulation of wild stocks, including post and apply compound houses, art digging and traps in accordance with the applicable legislation,






24. assess care needs as well as re-establish and nurture selected lakes and lake shores, on the basis of knowledge about care methods and Habitat's flora and fauna as well as respond to selected wild species,






25. perform selected parts of a business plan for ecologically sound forest management, taking into account the management factors and technical factors that affect the nature and the environment,






26. work after the cultural plans and warehouse customize tree species by afforestation and the establishment of natural forest on the basis of knowledge of the various tree species requirements for soil, climate and other growth conditions,






27. assess care needs as well as re-establish and nurture selected lakes and lake shores, on the basis of knowledge about care methods and Habitat's flora and fauna,







28. make care-or mitigation measures, in order to make the terrain and biotopes sturdier opposite the open-air activities in the light of knowledge about wear take on different terrain and biotope types,






29. create, run and maintain the selected types of audience amenities of natural materials, and






30. identify overall natural habitats in a local area, on the basis of knowledge of commonly found plants and plant communities, and assist in the preparation of overall care plans.





4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-7, applies to all stages and specializations in undergraduate education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 8-14, apply to training step 2.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 15-20, applies to training specialty, forest uses.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 21-24, applies to training specialty, game wont.

4.6. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 25-30, applies to training specialty, natural wont.

5. organisation of school education and internship training

5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as set out in the notice of professional education and training.

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. each step of training ends with a trial. The sample after a stage which is not only the final stage of training, must be sat by pupils who complete that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, forest and nature's Assistant, is organizing the school a final test, which consists of a practical task and an oral examination. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.1. The practical problem solved within a duration of 3 days with normal working hours, while the oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment and takes its starting point in the task.

6.3. As part of the penultimate school period in step 2, forest and nature technician, makes the school a project task. Project task's practical elements are related to and performed in the student's internship activities. The purpose of the project is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.3.1. The task's content, courses and practical elements are organised by the school in consultation with the training enterprise. Project task must be solved within a duration of 5 days with normal working hours and included as evidence in the final examination.

6.3.2. The pupil's performance is judged with one character, where the task and the oral performance are weighted equally.

6.4. As part of the last school period in step 2, forest and nature technician, is organizing the school a final test, which consists of a practically-oriented project and an oral examination. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.4.1. The project resolved within a duration of 5 days with normal working hours, while the oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment and takes its starting point in the project.

6.4.2. The pupil's performance is judged with one character, the project and the oral performance are weighted equally.

6.5. For the issue of the school certificate, should the student have acquired a beståkarakter under the current grading scale, calculated as the average of the grades for all basic subjects, områdefag and specialefag in the main course. Any subjects where there is no given characters, must be carried out in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.6. For students who complete the training with step 1, forest and nature's Assistant, the final test be passed under the current grading scale.

6.7. For students who complete the training with step 2, forest and nature technician, the final test be passed under the current grading scale.

6.8. At the end of the training, including completion of step 1, draw up the Technical Committee, a training certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in training.
Annex 8

Veterinary nurse

1. the purpose of education and breakdown

1.1. Training for veterinary nurse has the overall aim of the student through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:




1. Execution of animal care and assistance of the veterinarian as well as operation and maintenance of instruments and equipment in veterinary practice,




2. execution of service-related tasks facing clients in a veterinary practice, and






3. execution of work, taking into account environmental, workplace safety, economy and quality in a given working situation.





1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of training steps and specialties.

1.3. Training includes the following steps:




1. Veterinary sygehjælper.




2. Veterinary nurse.





1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties:




1. Veterinary nurse, little creatures.




2. Veterinary nurse, Horses.





2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1, veterinary sygehjælper, lasts 1 year and 45 weeks, including basic course. School education in the main course lasts 20 weeks. Step 2, veterinary nurse, lasts 1 year and 17 weeks. School education in the main gradient's step 2 lasts 20 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 2 periods with intermediate school apprenticeships for students in step 1, and in at least two school periods with intermediate apprenticeships for pupils at step 2.

3. specific competences prior to school education in main course

3.1. The specific competences that students must meet in order to start on the main course is that students can:




1. Commit themselves in a veterinary company demonstrate safety in the use of equipment and appliances, including x-ray equipment, anaesthesia apparatus and clinical laboratory equipment as well as taking into account the animals, own and others ' safety,




2. collect, manage and dispatch diagnostic samples of biological material with a view to laboratory examination with emphasis on blood, urine and stool,






3. apply basic knowledge of technical concepts and instruments used in the clinic, in the operating room and in the laboratory of veterinary enterprises






4. responsible for the safe and proper handling of small animals or horses, as well as gain insight into handling techniques and knowledge of animal behavior during illness and stress,






5. apply knowledge of basic hygiene principles of infection prevention,






6. apply relevant knowledge about legislation and relate this to the industry's core services, and






7. conduct basic advice on welfare, røgt and care in relation to small animals or horses, including advice on behaviour, vaccination programmes, compulsory labelling etc.





4. Competences for main course

4.1. main objectives of the course, without prejudice to the competence. However, section 4.2.-4.4., is that the student can:




1. communicate with colleagues and clients, as well as operate and serve these in a professional and friendly manner,




2. understand and handle interpersonal relationships in situations in relation to grief, destruction, stress etc.,






3. cooperation, demonstrate resourcefulness and go-on-against in relation to the development and improvement of work processes,






4. apply biological knowledge in practical work and explain the biological thinking and method






5. give an account of animal anatomy, Physiology and reproduction, with emphasis on small animals and horses,






6. use plain text processing and practice management applications,






7. make time ordering, billing and sales of products in a satisfactory way across clients and practice,






8. advise clients on røgt care of healthy animals, nutritional needs and relevant legislation,






9. organise and perform cleaning and remediation in collaboration with other staff,






10. provide guidance to clients by telephone and to assess animal needs for treatment while ensuring that the animals get the agreed treatment,






11. prepare the premises and equipment so that the clinical examination may be carried out by the veterinarian on the correct and effective way,






12. preparing patients in collaboration with the vet for examination and treatment,






13. assist the veterinarian in investigations and treatments so that the veterinarian can carry out the work effectively,






14. prepare and maintain opstallings and hospitalisation facilities, so that the conditions of the hospitalized animals is optimal,







15. explain the animal body General reactions to disease causes, animal body defense mechanisms as well as ordinary body and infectious diseases, including zoonoses,






16. manage waste, including medicine residues and chemicals in an environmentally sound manner,






17. ensure that animals receive first aid when required, and ensure proper information to the relevant persons,






18. plan and execute the care and treatment of animals in cooperation with the vet, including assisting in the administration of medication,






19. monitor the patient's condition and react properly on changes therein, in accordance with the instructions of the veterinarian,






20. advise and support clients respectfully about their animals ' treatment needs and the opportunities that can be offered as well as be able to guide and instruct clients on after treatment,






21. observe and describe deviations from the animal's normal behaviour,






22. perform diagnostic tests, including sampling and treatment of samples as well as maintenance of laboratory equipment and materials,






23. maintain, prepare the equipment and material for diagnostic tests, including x-rays, ECG, ultrasound, endoscopy, as well as prepare the animal for study,






24. record x-rays of a high diagnostic quality in a safe and sound manner for both animals and humans,






25. maintaining, preparing and selecting premises, equipment and materials for the operations correctly,






26. prepare the patient for surgery,






27. assist the vet during actual operation,






28. monitor the patient carefully during and after the operation, including the noted critical situations in the patient's condition,






29. perform the post-operative care of the patient,






30. readying anesthesia equipment before operation, taking into account the anesthetic procedure and safety for people and the patient,






31. prepare patient for anesthesia,






32. assist the vet knows and during induction maintenance and termination of stunning,






33. supply medicine and paraveterinære products to clients after the veterinarian's instructions and explain the proper use, handling and possible side-effects of these to the client in accordance with the applicable legislation,






34. make simple financial assessments, including managing a product inventory commercially reasonable






35. carry out work assignments within sales and marketing of products and services, and






36. operate, maintain and establish regular occurring error, instruments and equipment.





4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-16, applies to all stages and specializations in undergraduate education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 17-36, with emphasis on the dog and cat, applies to training step 2 training specialty Veterinary nurse, little creatures.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 17-36, with emphasis on horses, applies to training step 2 training specialty Veterinary nurse, horse.

5. organisation of school education and internship training

5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as set out in the notice of professional education and training.

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. each step of training ends with a trial. The sample after a stage which is not only the final stage of training, must be sat by pupils who complete that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, veterinary sygehjælper, holds the school a final test, which consists of a practical task and an oral examination. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.1. The practical problem solved within a duration of 3 days with normal working hours, while the oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment and takes its starting point in the task.

6.2.2. The pupil's performance is judged with one character, where the task and the oral performance are weighted equally.

6.3. As part of the last school period in step 2, veterinary nurse, the school holds a final test, which consists of a practical project and an oral examination. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.3.1. The project resolved within a duration of 5 days with normal working hours, while the oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment and takes its starting point in the project.

6.3.2. The pupil's performance is judged with one character, the project and the oral performance are weighted equally.

6.4. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have obtained a beståkarakter under the current grading scale, calculated as the average of the grades for all basic subjects, områdefag and specialefag in the main course. Any subjects where there is no given characters, must be carried out in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who complete the training with step 1, veterinary sygehjælper, the final test be passed under the current grading scale.

6.6. For students who complete the training with step 2, veterinary nurse, the final test be passed under the current grading scale.

6.7. At the end of the training, including completion of step 1, draw up the Technical Committee, a training certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in training.
Annex 9

Greenhouse gardener

1.1. purpose and Training Division

1.1. Training to greenhouse gardener have as overarching purpose to students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:




1. The production, care and commerce with vegetable and ornamental plants, as well as operation and maintenance of machines and installations in greenhouses, and




2. General, social and personal skills in relation to the practical work in the field of greenhouse gardener area.





1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of training steps and specialties.

1.3. Training includes the following steps:




1. Greenhouse gardener's Assistant.




2. Greenhouse gardener.





1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties:




1. Greenhouse gardener, production.




2. Greenhouse gardener (trade).





2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1, greenhouse gardener's Assistant, lasts 2 years, including the basic cycle. School education in the main process step 1 lasts 13 weeks. Step 2, greenhouse gardener, lasts at least 1 year and 5 months and a maximum of 1 year and 11 months. School education in the main gradient's step 2 items 12 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 2 school periods with intermediate periods.

2.3. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main sessions to schoool, forest and nature technician, agricultural education and animal suits, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be completed in 5 weeks.

2.3.1. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course for veterinary nurse, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be implemented in 15 weeks.

2.3.2. For pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course to the greenkeeper, organise the school teaching after 3.1., so that it can be completed in 10 weeks.

2.3.3. Pupils who have achieved the basic gradient evidence from animals, plants and natural with jurisdiction for the main course to the grower, has similarly gained competence to the main course to the greenhouse gardener training.

3. specific competences prior to school education in main course

3.1. The specific competences that students must meet in order to start on the main course is that students can:




1. involve the basic knowledge of the system and the individual botanical plant use in the practical work with plants in greenhouses, nurseries and plant trades,




2. participate in the supervision of plants in greenhouses, nurseries and plant trades, including observing and responding to obvious facts about growing conditions and pests,






3. perform simple tasks on the instructions within the establishment of ordinary greenhouse and nursery crops, starting with a basic knowledge of the facts surrounding soil, water and food, including soil or growing media elementary properties







4. perform simple tasks on instructions with production of greenhouse and nursery crops and caring for plants in the plant trade, starting with basic knowledge of common cultures growth trajectory, growth conditions and care requirements,






5. implement the control of pests on the instructions and under the supervision,






6. apply, operate and maintain selected machines and installations, on instructions, as commonly used in the production of greenhouse and nursery crops, or by taking care of plants in the plant trade,






7. apply basic knowledge of Economics and market conditions for the solution of simple and well-known business issues in the production and sale of greenhouse and nursery crops,






8. carry out practical tasks in the field of greenhouse and nursery area in an environmentally sound way, and work






9. show flexibility, responsibility and interest in the practical work with the production of greenhouse and nursery crops as well as in the field of trade in plants.





3.2. in order to commence the main course to eleven, in addition to fulfilling the objectives set out in section 3.1., powers also have acquired a driving licence for a minimum of tractor and have completed the basic subject Biology F, 2 weeks.

4. Competences for main course

4.1. main objectives of the course, without prejudice to the competence. However, section 4.2.-4.5., is that students can:




1. collect data, plan and prepare cultivation program for a given culture based on knowledge of different greenhouse culture characteristics and production conditions,




2. assess, select and apply both chemical and biological treatment techniques for the prevention and control of pests in greenhouse crops






3. perform practical tasks with irrigation, supply of nutrients as well as the manufacture of stock solution in the light of the knowledge of the individual plant nutrient needs,






4. operate the growth House climate installations under the guidance in the light of the knowledge of the impact of climate change on plant growth and flowering,






5. perform general work functions with a hothouse culture as well as interpret and work after a cultivation Guide






6. perform practical tasks in the field of preparation of hothouse cultures for sale on the basis of knowledge of marketing and supply of greenhouse products and use it-based sales systems,






7. perform practical tasks with greenhouse crops and cultivation methods on the basis of knowledge of organic cultivation principles, environmental management and certification,






8. perform practical tasks within the propagation and establishment of hothouse cultures on the basis of knowledge of the culture conditions with importance for plant growth and development,






9. apply and operate væksthus General machines and installations, participate in the daily maintenance and repair common errors and deficiencies






10. promote mobility at an international labour market through the use of a foreign language in vocational context and understand relationships between local, national and international markets,






11. operate in different communication situations, as well as collaboration and reflect on and discuss workflows in horticulture,






12. analyze and solve academic problems independently or as part of a team, as well as assess and understand ideas and points of view in relation to the practical work with hothouse cultures






13. assess the quality in the work with greenhouse crops and involve the creative and innovative solutions in relation to production, product development and business development,






14. establish their own businesses in cooperation with external advisors in the light of the knowledge of the concept of autonomy, establishment conditions and organisational principles for businesses






15. recognize own learning and motivationsmæssige strengths and weaknesses as a basis for lifelong learning and continuing professional development,






16. perform all practical elements to your operation, maintenance and planning of væksthus technical installations on the basis of their impact on plant growth and flowering,






17. perform practical tasks in horticulture and involve knowledge about different types of greenhouses usually occurring engineering structures, as well as the purpose and function in relation to different lights, heating and energy sources,






18. analyze, plan and prepare cultivation program for a given culture based on knowledge of different groups of greenhouse culture characteristics and production conditions,






19. make a fertiliser calculation based on analysis results and each culture's needs, as well as involve the knowledge of different types of analysis purposes,






20. perform practical tasks in plant nutrition and each culture's needs, as well as involve knowledge about the impact of and symptoms of over-and losses of nutrients,






21. combine work with the propagation and establishment of hothouse cultures with knowledge about the different culture measures impact on plant growth, development and form,






22. advising and guiding clients in relation to appropriate plant choices with regard to the various groups of applications, requirements for plants growth conditions, care as well as frequent attacks of diseases and pests,






23. identify and name the common plants in retail trade through the use of assistive devices as plant keys and data bases and place them in the botanical system after the family, genus and species,






24. Guide in the choice and use of categories within hand tools, machines and other equipment to the garden,






25. carry out the day to day care of indoor and outdoor plants in the retail trade, taking into account the minimisation of waste,






26. acquisitions of plants and other products to the retail trade and involve knowledge of marketing, sales and product flow and apply national and international names and terms,






27. conduct marketing on the basis of knowledge of target groups, trends, marketing channels, and more from the sale of plants and other products in the retail or wholesale sale, by






28. the involvement of creative and innovative solutions by exposure of plants and other products in retail or at a wholesale sales on the basis of knowledge about customer behavior, facts about mersalgs products, etc.,






29. work with sales of plants and perform proper customer service, on the basis of knowledge of fundamental sales techniques, customer needs and customer behavior, and






30. perform tasks in finance and accounting in the light of insight in business economy use and methods as well as business issues within the trade in plants.





4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-11, applies to all stages and specializations in undergraduate education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 12-15, applies to training step 2.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 16-21, applies to training specialty, production

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 22-30, applies to training specialty, trade.

5. organisation of school education and internship training

5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as set out in the notice of professional education and training.

5.2. in order to give students a comprehensive education, internship time usually shared between 2 or more internship companies.

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. each step of training ends with a trial. The sample after a stage which is not only the final stage of training, must be sat by pupils who complete that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, greenhouse gardener's Assistant, is organizing the school a final test, which consists of a practical task and an oral examination. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.1. The practical problem solved within a duration of 3 days with normal working hours, while the oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment and takes its starting point in the task.

6.2.2. The pupil's performance is judged with one character, where the task and the oral performance are weighted equally.

6.3. As part of the last school period in step 2, the school holds a gardener, final production test, which consists of a practical project and an oral examination. The purpose of the test is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.


6.3.1. The project resolved within a duration of 5 days with normal working hours, while the oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment and takes its starting point in the project.

6.3.2. The pupil's performance is judged with one character, the project and the oral performance are weighted equally.

6.4. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have obtained a beståkarakter under the current grading scale, calculated as the average of the grades for all basic subjects, områdefag and specialefag in the main course. Any subjects where there is no given characters, must be carried out in accordance with the rules of the profession. Pupils who quit training as greenhouse gardener, must have acquired sprayer certificate according to the Environment Ministry's rules.

6.5. For students who complete the training with step 1, the final test be passed under the current grading scale.

6.6. For students who complete the training with step 2, the final test be passed under the current grading scale.

6.7. At the end of the training, including completion of step 1, draw up the Technical Committee, a training certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in training.