Order On Education In Vocational Common Entrance Building Construction

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om uddannelserne i den erhvervsfaglige fællesindgang bygge og anlæg

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Overview (table of contents)

Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
Appendix 4
Appendix 5
Appendix 6
Appendix 7
Appendix 8
Appendix 9
Annex 10
Annex 11
Annex 12
Annex 13
Annex 14
Annex 15
The full text
Order on education in vocational common entrance construction
Pursuant to § 4, paragraph. 1 and 2 of the Act on vocational training under. Act no. 1244 of 23 October 2007:
§ 1. Vocational common entrance construction includes programs with functions and competence communities in employment related to design and manufacturing, production, maintenance and repair of structures, installations and products in the construction industry and advice.
§ 2. For this input is assigned to education:



1) Anlægsstruktør, bygningsstruktør and paver, See Appendix 1.
2) Interior Design, see. Annex 2.
3) Construction Installation Technician, see. Annex 3.
4) Building Painter, see. Annex 4.
5) Glazier, see. Appendix 5.
6) Joiner, see. Annex 6
7) Murer, see. Annex 7
8) Chimneys, see. Annex 8
9) Carpenter, see. Annex 9
10) Stonemason, see. Annex 10.
11) Stucco Contractor, see. Annex 11
12) Tiler, see. Annex 12.
13) Technical insulator, see. 13.
14) Træfagenes building training specified. Annex 14
15) plumbing training, see. Annex 15


PCS. 2. in paragraph. 1, no. 15, said the training applies to the basic course can not be replaced by basic practical training in a company (new apprenticeship).
§ 3. The recommended duration of school education in the compulsory part of the basic course is 20 weeks in § 2. 1, no. 1 - 3, 6, 7, 9-11, 14 and 15, those courses.
PCS. 2. The indicative duration of school education in the compulsory part of the basic course is 10 weeks in § 2. 1, no. 4, 5, 8, 12 and 13, those courses.
§ 4. The common competency, students must meet to begin on school education in a main course in the common entrance, is that students can



1) select the most common materials in the entry's education from the knowledge of their use and location in the building,
2) make academic information and communication using IT,
3) conduct a professional job and at the same time understand the coherence of overall construction process, including cooperation with the various professions in the construction industry from a basic understanding of cooperation value and necessity and knowledge of the subject group's overall work,
4) perform less professional tasks from an understanding of simple working drawings
5) evaluate and verify whether a submitted technical task meets established quality requirements
6) plan and carry out simple, professional tasks within the input programs with appropriate use of materials, methods, tools and machines, and
7) addressing own and others' safety in planning and execution of professional duties by observing the current regulations.


PCS. 2. To begin your studies at school in a main course in the common entrance students must also meet the objectives of the following basic subjects:



1) Mathematics F, 1 week. The course continues in the main scenario.
2) Safety, 1 week.
3) Basic course in first aid and basic firefighting, 0.5 weeks. The course must be passed.


PCS. 3. Additional requirements for competency, specific to the transition to education in each main course, set out in annexes to the Order.
§ 5. For education and teaching shall otherwise the rules laid down for vocational training in general.
Commencement and transitional provisions
§ 6. This Order shall enter into force on 1 July 2008.
PCS. 2. The following regulations shall be repealed:



1) Order no. 1160 of 14 December 2000 on training for house painter,
2) Order no. 800 of 13 July 2004 on training for technical insulator,
3) Order no. 801 of 13 July 2004 on the training for roofer

4) Order no. 1117 of 18 November 2004 on education to build assembly technician
5) Order no. 1181 of 6 December 2004 on training for glaziers,
6) Order no. 1182 of 6 December 2004 on training for mason
7) Order no. 1232 of 10 December 2004 on training for chimney sweep
8) Order no. 1233 of 10 December 2004 on plumbing training
9) Order nr.1235 of 10 December 2004 on training for a joiner, wood turner and production assistant
10) Order no. 1236 of 10 December 2004 on training for stonecutter
11) Order no. 1237 of 10 December 2004 on training for stucco worker,
12) Order no. 1242 of 12 December 2004 on training for carpentry,
13) Order no. 1359 of 15 December 2004 on training for anlægsstruktør, bygningsstruktør and paver,
14) Order no. 319 of 10 May 2005 on træfagenes building training, and
15) Order no. 706 of 1 July 2005 on home decoration program.


PCS. 3. The following guides repealed:



1) instruction no. 9471 of 29 July 2004 to Executive Order no. 800 of 13 July 2004 on training for technical insulator,
2) guideline no. 9473 of 29 July 2004 to Executive Order no. 801 of 13 July 2004 on the training for roofer
3) guideline no. 9512 of 29 July 2004 to Executive Order no. 319 of 9 May 2004 on plumbing training as amended by Executive Order no. 735 of 5 July 2004
4) instruction no. 9102 of 8 December 2004 to Executive Order no. 1117 of 18 November 2004 on the building installation technician training,
5) guideline no. 9393 of 12 May 2005 to the Order nr.1235 of 10 December 2004 on training for a joiner, wood turner and production assistant
6) guideline no. 9251 of 18 May 2005 to Executive Order no. 1160 of 14 December 2000 on training for house painter,
7) guideline no. 9252 of 18 May 2005 to Executive Order no. 1182 of 06 December 2004 on training for mason
8) instruction no. 9253 of 18 May 2005 to Executive Order no. 1236 of 10 December 2004 on training for stonecutter
9) guideline no. 9322 of 7 June 2005 to Executive Order 1232 of 10 December 2004 on training for chimney sweep
10) guideline no. 9323 of 7 June 2005 to Executive Order no. 1242 of 12 December 2004 on carpentry training (Building carpenter, cabinetmaker, organ builder, building fitter and træoperatør)
11) guideline no. 9357 of 15 June 2005 to Executive Order no. 1359 of 15 December 2004 on training for anlægsstruktør, bygningsstruktør and paver,
12) guideline no. 9161 of 29 March 2006 to Executive Order no. 319 of 10 May 2005 on træfagenes building training, and
13) guideline no. 9422 of 27 June 2006 to Executive Order no. 1181 of 6 December 2004 on training for glaziers.


Subsection 4. Students who have started an educational foundation course or main course, can carry respectively basic course or main course after the previous rules, see. However paragraph. 5.
PCS. 5. The school provides in the local curriculum possible transitional arrangements for students who have begun their studies under the previous rules.
Ministry of Education, February 29, 2008
PMV
Soren Hansen

Head of Department / Martin Bülow
Annex 1
Anlægsstruktør, bygningsstruktør and paver
1. The Aim and division
1.1. Training of anlægsstruktør, bygningsstruktør and paving the main purpose of the student through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:


1. Planning, construction and maintenance of sewage, surfacing and concrete structures that are part of civil structures and shell structures, as well as road construction and coatings.


Second Control of own work and quality of buildings and structures regarding laws and regulations.



Third Cooperation on a construction site for work planning and production of a construction task.



Fourth Work planning based on systematic occupational health and safety and at the workplace.



Fifth Communicating with project and construction managers, customers, suppliers and other partners.




6th Use of IT for planning, drawing, quality assurance, information and communication in connection with work on a construction site.


1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one or more of the program steps and specialties.
1.3. The program includes steps 1 sewer puts, which are steps in all training specialties.
1.4. The program can be completed with the following specialties (step 2):


1. Anlægsstruktør.


Second Bygningsstruktør.



Third Tiler.


2. Duration and structure, etc..
2.1. The program step 1 sewer puts lasts between 1 year 6 months and 2 years including basic course and ends with the final tests. School classes in the main program lasts 10 weeks. The program theses items between 3 years 5 months and 3 years 11 months inclusive of due process and steps 1 and ends with the companion sample. The school teaching in the main scenario (step 2) Articles 25 weeks for anlægsstruktør and bygningsstruktør and 20 weeks of paving. Dates for final tests in steps 1 and for companion tests shall be determined in the curriculum.
2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods of intervening period of practical training for students in steps 1 and an additional 4 school periods with intervening periods of work experience for students in the specialties.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program main program is that students can


1. conclude as assistants in the execution of general construction activities, including construction, decoration and maintenance of the site's various welfare and production installations


Second under the supervision and guidance make excavation for huskloak and assemble and support a huskloak using PVC materials



Third under the guidance construct a simple formwork construction, place and execute binding of reinforcement and after instruction perform casting of in-situ concrete and finishing of in-situ concrete surface,



Fourth under the guidance perform simple coating tasks, including processing the commonly occurring types of paving stones in concrete and granite, as well as build and make compression of coating the bottom



Fifth after instruction operate and maintain simple construction machinery safe way, including stationary electric shorteners, electric rock and -bukkemaskiner, handheld drills,



6th design and work with a simple electronic blueprint as well as hand-drawn sketches



7th assist in the marketing and leveling as well as make use of metrological methods and measurement tools in connection with marking, assembly and marketing of lines and spot elevations,



8 thereof. use relevant metrological standards, values ​​and tolerances



9th participate in workplace assessments (APV) as well as plan and execute tasks from basic knowledge of ergonomics,



10th make simple and simple calculations for work and self-monitoring of volumes and angles including using knowledge of materials density and Pythagorean doctrines and



11th read and understand job descriptions and manufacturers' product and work instructions in Danish.


3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements in order to establish and trestle scaffold.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2.- 4.5., Is that students can


1. undertake surveying and marketing and handicraft production of simple and complex construction, building and concrete structures


Second plan, organize and carry out constructions and carry out quantitative calculation on the basis of standardized drawings and specifications, building laws and regulations



Third organize work and working environment safely and including incorporating the organization of the systematic safety prevention work at a construction site and in a company,




Fourth make leveling, calculate and allocate elevation and modular measurement using different types of leveling instruments and theodolites and implement quality assurance, self-monitoring



Fifth make hooking compared to the load size and weight, store, verify and apply common cargo handling gear, assess it in relation to the load rules, labeling and kassationsgrænser and directing anhugnings- and transport process by standardized visual hand signals and radio communications,



6th select, use and maintain large and small construction machinery ergonomic and safe way,



7th make health and safety measures, including selecting and using personal protective equipment for different types of work with cold asphalt, bitumen, epoxies and thermoplastics in accordance with regulations and training requirements set out by the labor inspectorate,



8 thereof. perform rørlæggerarbejde as executive employee of the authorized sewer contractor company in accordance with Security Agency rules



9th assess and bottom structure of the road leveling, addition of edge and paving stones in concrete and granite,



10th perform construction, reinforcement, concreting, vibration and finishing of simple in-situ reinforced concrete structures,



11th perform work by road in accordance with the Road Directorate's training requirements



12th sort and select materials and choose technical aids from knowledge of ergonomics and safety



13th use IT-based tools to produce different types of standardized working drawings, production and quality assurance plans,



14th using ICT methodology to provide advice to customers and to search and update knowledge of building regulations, rules and standards and product guides,



15th prepare project outline and perform sewer installations, percolation, pumping and separation plant and sewerage in agriculture in accordance with Security Agency practical training requirements for the person in charge of an authorized sewer contractor company,



16th from defined soil type, select and execute the base structure to a road and civil works project



17th execute, manage and treat concrete coating products



18th perform, develop, change and dismantle scaffolding system in accordance with WEA training requirements



19th perform dimensioning, installation and securing of formwork and the corresponding reinforcement work and under different weather conditions and make casting, machining and finishing of in situ concrete on the basis of electronic working drawings and written descriptions,



20th plan and execute special constructions using special formwork, special armor and special concrete



21st perform granite paving of squares, plazas and road and



22nd assess and bottom structure to a paving job at an agreed soil type.


4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 to 14, applies to all levels and specialties in education.
4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 15 - 17 apply to the thesis anlægsstruktør.
4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 18 - 20, apply for thesis bygningsstruktør.
4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 21 to 22, applies to the thesis paver.
5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.
6.1. At the end of step 1 sewer pipe hold down school two samples.
6.1.1. One sample is sewage pipes put the sample, submitted by all students. Sewer pipes Adds sample meets Safety Agency requirements for the performing sewer pipe down.
6.1.2. The second test is a project examination, submitted by pupils who alone must complete step 1.

6.2. As part of the last school period in the program's specializations organizes school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.2.1. Students' test in the program's specializations consist of a theoretical task and a practical task. The thesis anlægsstruktør consists companion test is of two practical tasks in addition to the theoretical task. The tasks set by the Technical Committee after consultation with the school. The task for the practical sewerage sample approved by the Examination Committee for Kloakmester examination, and follow current guidelines for training centers and assessors / examiners and associated assessment regulations.
6.2.2. The theoretical task is a written test that lasts 8 hours.
6.2.3. The thesis anlægsstruktør prepared the practical part of sewerage sample as the one practical test. The task for the practical sewerage sample approved by the Examination Committee for Kloakmester exam and follows existing roads lead for education sites and assessors / examiners and associated assessment regulations. In addition, prepared a practical test of road construction works, lasting 24 hours spread over three days.
6.2.4. The thesis bygningsstruktør items the practical test 40 hours spread over five days.
6.2.5. The thesis paver items the practical test 16 hours spread over two days.
6.3. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have passed the sewer puts sample and subjects hooking, cold asphalt, bitumen, epoxies and thermoplastics, as well as the road as a workplace.
6.3.1. For students who finish the program with step 1 sewer down, the final project try also be passed.
6.3.2. For students who finish the program with a thesis on step 2, the person or practical companion samples also be passed, and the overall result of the journeyman test shall be at least consist character. The overall result of journeyman test is a weighted average of the person or practical companion tests and theoretical apprenticeship.
6.3.3. In the weighted average for the thesis anlægsstruktør included each of the 3 samples with 1/3.
6.3.4. In the weighted average for the thesis bygningsstruktør included the theoretical 1/3 and the practical test with 2/3.
6.3.5. In the weighted average for the thesis paver included the theoretical 1/6 and the practical test with 5/6.
6.3.6. For students in the thesis bygningsstruktør be subject system scaffolding also be passed.
6.4. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.4.1. The Technical Committee may endorse companion letter to the specialties of honors for a job well apprenticeship with denominations praise, bronze or silver medal.
Annex 2
Interior Design program
1. The Aim and division
1.1. The program's major objective is that the student through comprehensive school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:


1. Traditional upholstery of old and new furniture in interior design and restoration of old furniture classics.


Second Industrial upholstery of large industrial enterprises in the upholstery.



Third Production of curtains and larger theater decorations.



Fourth The use of new and old materials as well as upholstered interior decoration and furnishing.



Fifth Design and product development tasks large and small companies in the polstrer-, curtain and auto furniture industries.



6th Upholstery and building auto furniture for both newer and older car types.



7th Building, installation and automation of internal and external solar shading and sunblind systems.


1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one or more of the program specializations.
1.3. The program can be completed with the following specialties:


1. Møbelpolstrer.


Second Auto Adel Mager.



Third Curtain decorator.



Fourth Curtain Fitter.


2. Duration and structure, etc..

2.1. The training lasts up to 4 years for specialties upholsterer and auto nobility skinny including basic course. School classes in the main program lasts 30 weeks. The training lasts 2 years and 9 months for specialization curtain decorator and curtain fitter including basic course. School classes in the main program lasts 20 weeks.
2.2. The school teaching in the main scenario for upholsterer and auto nobility skinny divided into at least six school periods with intervening practice periods. The school teaching in the main scenario for curtain decorator and curtain fitter divided into at least four school periods with intervening practice periods.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program main program is that students can:


1. read drawings and diagrams from the knowledge of real-life basic drawing techniques and projection drawing, including symbols and illustration methods


Second perform sketches and working drawings, including imaging and unfolding in relation to carrying out practical tasks that are relevant for the entry education



Third perform an electronic working drawing from the knowledge of basic technique in a CAD program,



Fourth take measurements and calculations and prepare material and parts lists using material names, number, quantity, length and area,



Fifth use metrological methods and measurement tools in the markup, assembly, leveling and marketing,



6th use appropriate metrological standards, levels, values ​​and tolerances



7th plan and produce small, basic, practical and theoretical tasks within the home decoration area



8 thereof. choose working techniques to simple, basic tasks for home decoration area



9th use, repair and maintain the most common machines and tools for home decoration area



10th participate in and carry out risk assessments (APV) and



11th verbally and in writing in Danish in the work context, including communicate constructively about the actual assignment.


3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements for establishing and trestle scaffold.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2.- 4.6., Is that students can


1. use collaboration and communication techniques


Second relate to the quality of their own work,



Third use relevant IT tools and equipment for solving industry-related tasks



Fourth analyze and evaluate design features relative to the individual and collective customer needs and user views



Fifth make materials on basis of relevant information and on grounds of technical, environmental and occupational health as well as economic factors



6th perform tasks in sales, trading and marketing contexts



7th use structured techniques in the development and manufacture of products or services in the relevant industry,



8 thereof. using measuring and cutting tool,



9th operate and maintain various types of hand tools,



10th assess the quality of workplace services and products and use this knowledge to plan own work,



11th assess the quality of their own work,



12th comply with safety and environmental rules



13th communicate and carry out work with international partners, including with the help of the Internet,



14th apply their knowledge of international raw materials and material flows and international division of labor,




15th engage in innovative and creative processes in product development and business creation,



16th be flexible and collaborate with colleagues, customers and other stakeholders,



17th upholster furniture blueprint



18th manufacture new models for different templates



18th advising clients on fabrics and steltypers utility



20th communicate constructively and advising the customers and users of materials, use and maintenance of furniture



21st make the correct choice of different leathers in relation to their applications



22nd operate, maintain, troubleshoot and adjust the applied machine types within home decoration area



23rd perform model and polstrerarbejde after working drawing or survey of special building and furnishing of interiors of cars



24th manufacture and repair all of the branch common products, including taking account of ergonomic comfort,



25th work with the various types of electric equipment in cars, including the seats and seat-belt pretensioners, including loading or is for fixing and proper handling of airbags,



26th install ceiling and wall coverings,



27th communicate constructively and advising the customers and users of materials, use and maintenance of the interior of the car



28th manufacture and repair all of the industry commonly occurring products including round horizons and theater decorations,



29th produce common products for blueprint



30th advising clients on fabrics and materials,



31 December. work with different types of solar shading,



32nd use all kinds of special rods and make goals and calculations by the bending of rods and installation of barn



33rd using different mounting brackets and make special mounting in the wall and ceiling materials



34th perform walls and partitions with textile clothing and carry flag decorations



35th advise and guide clients about color selection, maintenance and care of materials



36th advising clients on manual and electric-powered solutions



37th manufacture and repair all types of sun protection and awnings,



38th manufacture and install all common products for blueprint



39th advising clients on fabrics and materials,



40th advise and guide clients about color selection, maintenance and care of materials



41st advising clients on manual and electric-powered solutions



42nd prepare various solutions involving types of PC integration,



43rd prepare presentations for different types of rumdeling,



44th use lifts on outside and



45th explain the safety on a construction site.


4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.2., No. 1-17, applies to all levels and specialties in education.
4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.3., No. 18-22, the specialization program upholsterer.
4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.4., No. 21-27, the specialization program auto nobility skinny.
4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.5., No. 28-36, the specialization program curtain decorator.
4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.6., No. 37-45, the specialization program curtain fitter.
5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period in the specialties organizes school a try. The test constitutes a final test, which consists of a project. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.2. Svend test consists of specialties upholsterer and auto nobility maker of a project with a theory test and a practical test. The theoretical test contains the following disciplines:


1. Establishment.


Second Project, material use and cutting models.



Third Cutting Plans.


The practical test includes the following disciplines:


1. Compliance with the targets and data.


Second Artisanal execution.



Third General appearance.


6.2.1. Svend exam consists of the thesis curtain decorator of a project with the theory test and a practical test. The theoretical test contains the following disciplines:


1. Drawing.


Second Project, materials and order forms.



Third The drawing proportions.


The practical test includes the following disciplines:


1. Mounting.


Second Checking the sewing, gluing and manufacturing.



Third The final curtain - proportions and overall impression.


6.2.2. Svend exam consists of the thesis curtain fitter of a project with a theory test and a practical test. The theoretical test contains the following disciplines:


1. Drawing.


Second Project, material - color use.



Third Price calculation, curtains and blinds.


The practical test includes the following disciplines:


1. Preparation of exterior solar shading systems and awnings.


Second Automation Task.



Third Mounting.


6.2.3. A grade respectively for the theoretical and practical examination.
6.2.4. The project resolved within a period of 4 weeks.
6.2.5. The theoretical part of the project consists of a drawing and a workbook that assessed in context. The practical part of the project consists of a completed item that contains the disciplines described in 6.2., 6.2.1. and 6.2.2.
6.2.6. The grade for the final examination of the training is calculated as a weighted average in which the nature of the theoretical part with 40% and the nature of the practical test at 60%. The student has passed the total apprenticeship, when the nature of both the theoretical and the practical test is composed character.
6.3. For atder may be issued school certificate, the student must have obtained at least be rated as average of the grades for each primary and area subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained at least passing grades or pass in each specialization.
6.3.1. Students' test must be passed.
6.4. Upon completion of training, issuing the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.4.1. The Technical Committee may endorse companion letter of award for a job well apprenticeship with denominations praise, bronze or silver medal.
Appendix 3
Construction Installation Technician
1.1. The program's purpose and division
1.1. Training of Construction Installation Technician The overall objective of the students through education acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:


1. The planning, execution and quality assurance.


Second Setup, installation and inner lining of walls and ceilings with plaster.



Third Installation of interior doors, glazed with accompanying list work and terminations.



Fourth Information retrieval and selection of materials of construction and assembly methods.



Fifth Cooperation with other professionals at work on the execution of tasks.



6th Application of laws and regulations related to construction, including fire safety, occupational health, tendering and bidding.



7th As to the close, surrounding and global environment.



1.2. Students should achieve the training objectives within the specialization program.
1.3. The program is completed with the thesis build assembly technician.
2. Duration and structure, etc..
2.1. The training lasts 1 year and 6 months inclusive of the basic program. School classes in the main program lasts 45 weeks.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program's main program is that students meet the special competence prior to the main course in one of the following programs in public entrance construction: Interior Design, joiner, carpenter, or træfagenes building training.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:


1. setting up fixed, suspended ceilings and rail systems with plaster on different surfaces and finishes at faucets and pipes, and borders and friezes with choice of dimensions, materials, tools, fasteners and safety,


Second construct, set up and occupy interior partitions and wet room built with base in steel and wood with plaster cladding considering functionality, sound and fire with the choice of dimensions, materials, tools, fasteners and safety equipment, including curved partition walls,



Third perform interior plaster cladding with choice of dimensions, materials, tools, fasteners and safety considering functionality, insulation, moisture, sound and fire



Fourth install interior doors and glass panels with choice of dimensions, materials, tools, fasteners and safety considering functionality, isolation, sound and fire



Fifth do list work and terminations of floor, wall and ceiling and around interior doors with choice of dimensions, materials, tools, fasteners and safety equipment, including carrying out joints with soft sealant,



6th make penetrations and repairs of interior plaster walls and ceilings



7th read and work for a work plan and perform sketches and freehand drawing to solving problems of detail



8 thereof. leveling surfaces devote elevation and horizontal and vertical lines and select measuring instruments



9th plan a fitting task based on occupational health, safety, access roads, waste separation, including organizing work in order to ergonomics and work environment



10th perform quality control and documentation when receiving inspection, process control and final inspection, identifying the most common construction defects in the program area



11th make item and quantity calculations of materials for common tasks in the program area and



12th searches carried out in written and electronic encyclopedias for materials, safety, labor and instructions as well as laws and regulations.


5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The program is school based outside internship in a company.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.
6.1. The school hosts towards the end of school education a final test consisting of a project based on a case study with an academic issue.
6.1.1. Eleven draw up within a week of a practical project that forms the basis for an oral examination of about 30 minutes including discussion.
6.1.2. Give a final score calculated on the basis of a partial grade in theory for the oral test and a partial grade internship for practical product and work organization. The result of the final test is the average of the two sample characters.
6.2. At the end of the training school issues a diploma to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.2.1. For the issue of qualification, the student must have achieved consist character in hovedforløbets area subjects and compulsory specialization subjects and in both theory and practice in the final test. The rules in the curriculum of individual subjects may subject exemption from this requirement. Subjects that should not be passed, and subjects, is not given in nature, must be conducted under the rules of the profession.
Appendix 4
Building Painter
1. The Aim and Structure

1.1. Training to be a house painter's major objective is that the student through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:


1. An autonomous, creative, innovative and experienced planning, description and execution of building painting, taking into account quality, productivity and aesthetic conditions.


Second Ensuring personal safety, workplace health and safety as well as the close, the surrounding and the global environment



Third Cooperation with other professionals at work in terms of planning, organization and execution of tasks.



Fourth Accountability, autonomy, flexibility and commitment in the execution of the subject work.



Fifth The industry business development, continuing education and the basis for building their own business.


1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within the specialization program.
1.4. The program is completed with the thesis house painter.
2. Duration and structure, etc..
2.1. The training lasts at least 3 years and a maximum of 3½ years including basic course. The program is completed with the apprenticeship closest of 3 years and 3 months. The school teaching in the main course usually lasts 25 weeks.
2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least three school periods with intervening practice periods.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program main program is that students can


1. make color mixture from a basic knowledge of color mixing properties,


Second vocational guidance make suitable material for a work from a basic knowledge of paint material's structure and properties from the product descriptions and the like



Third vocational guidance included in the common tasks in a paint company,



Fourth make cleaning, preparation, base treatment and final treatment for common occupational tasks



Fifth use housepainter common occupational tools, tools and material safe way,



6th plan their work on a health and safety properly, including use the discipline code labeling rules for selecting the appropriate personal protective equipment



7th use aesthetic elements as style, shape and color both historical and modern solutions in building paints trade in a creative way and



8 thereof. apply for building paints trade relevant expense species for area calculation, material calculation (quantity and capacity) as well as measurements.


3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements in order to establish and trestle scaffold.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can


1. communicate with customers and partners, to participate in conflict resolution and solving safety problems and relate to the working environment and the external environment on the health and quality of life


Second planning, forudakkordere and pricing own work, including search information about materials engineering, environmental and occupational health and economic specifications in written and electronic media



Third draw simple decorations on the basis of the design proposal and drew sketches



Fourth make color analysis, color imitation, color mixing and color scheme, taking into account the colors mental, physical, aesthetic and mixing properties and apply colors creatively, including assessing the aesthetic elements as style, shape and color,



Fifth assess common substrate and select and evaluate the connection between tools, equipment, materials and techniques for preparation, processing building from bottom to finish varnishing, wall coverings, simple tasks in historical painting materials and modern decorative painting techniques




6th identify opportunities for improvement of materials, tools, techniques, etc. and participate in the development of the profession, including innovative use of knowledge about the factors that create technological development and product development,



7th assess the quality of their own work, including incorporating plan, process and work performance, taking into account standards and norms, and apply IT for planning of systematic quality control and maintenance and



8 thereof. use appropriate arithmetic for building paints trade in land bill, material calculation (volume and scope) as well as measurements.


5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.
6.1. After completion of the last school period in the training organized by the professional committee a final test in the form of an apprenticeship. It is a condition of participating in companion test that issued school certificate in accordance with. 6.3.
6.1.1. Students' test consists of four practical tasks in disciplines from a company internship, area subjects and specialization.
6.1.2. Students' test resolved within a period of 8 days. The student completes the test with a presentation of the results for the apprenticeship commission of 5 minutes duration.
6.1.3. Students' test is handy with a short oral presentation. A grade of journeyman test.
6.1.4. The test is assessed by an apprenticeship commission with two employer and two employee members. The Commission is appointed by the Technical Committee.
6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character in hovedforløbets area subjects and compulsory specialization. The rules in the curriculum of individual subjects may subject exemption from this requirement. Subjects that should not be passed, and subjects, is not given in nature, must be conducted under the rules of the profession.
6.3. If the student does not pass companion test offers the professional committee pupil a new trial, possibly after additional job training. The Technical Committee may grant exemptions from the number of samples, so that the student in special cases may participate in additional companion samples.
6.4. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal training (apprenticeship) to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.4.1. The Technical Committee may endorse training certificate of award for a job well apprenticeship with denominations praise, bronze or silver medal.
6.5. Complaints in connection with the companion sample is determined by the Technical Committee. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply, unless otherwise provided in the curriculum or in an apprenticeship regulations issued by the Technical Committee.
Annex 5
Glazier
1. The Aim and division
1.1. Training as a glazier's major objective is that the student through comprehensive school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:


1. Planning and execution of glazing tasks with respect to the subject's traditions and within the framework of applicable rules, including rules relating to construction, health and safety, fire safety, procurement and quality assurance with respect for the environment locally and globally.


Second Independent planning, description and execution of glazing tasks in new construction, conversion and repair the basis of quality and production considerations.



Third Independent planning, description and execution of glazing tasks in billedindramninger, stained glass, glass furniture, window renovation, façade and roof construction in profile aluminum and auto glass work.



Fourth Information search for and choice of materials, design and assembly methods as well as the planning, organization and execution of tasks in cooperation with other professional groups.



Fifth The industry business development, continuing education and the basis for building their own business.


1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within the specialization program.
1.3. The program is completed with the thesis glazier.
2. Duration and structure, etc..

2.1. The training lasts between 3 years 6 months and 4 years including the basic course and ends with the companion sample. The school teaching in the main course usually lasts 25 weeks.
2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least five school periods with intervening practice periods.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program main program is that students can:


1. make precision surveying and -tilskæring and make common installation of glass in the kit and tape from a basic knowledge of glass types, manufacturing methods, characteristics and use


Second process glass by hole drilling, grinding and polishing novice



Third take measurements, cutting and collection of picture frames and make montage from a basic knowledge of materials and methods



Fourth measure, form the assembly and aluminum extrusions for building components from a basic knowledge of materials and methods



Fifth with a basic knowledge of materials and methods of making model, cut and install auto glass in the profile rubber



6th use glazier common occupational tools, tools and material safe way,



7th plan their work on environmental, health and safety properly, including selecting personal protective equipment



8 thereof. use aesthetic elements as style, shape and color both historical and modern solutions in the glazier profession in a creative way and



9th apply for glazier profession relevant expense species in relation to material calculation and surveying, as well as perform simple, relevant working drawings in CAD program.


3.2. To begin the program's main program, the student must in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements for establishing and trestle scaffold and for working with epoxy and isocyanates.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:


1. undertake surveying and selecting appropriate measuring instruments tasks


Second a workspace taking into account the working environment, safety, access road, waste, winter measures and welfare schemes



Third perform quality assurance and documentation from the knowledge of receiving inspection, process control and final inspection including identification of the most common errors in the field,



Fourth make item and quantity calculations of materials commonly occurring tasks



Fifth searches carried out in written and electronic encyclopedias for materials, safety, labor and instructions as well as laws and regulations



6th perform drawings, sketches and templates, including the use of CAD for executing and documenting a task,



7th advise on the selection of materials and construction to a task taking into account the style, characteristics, function, economy, schedule and maintenance



8 thereof. communicate about working in a foreign language,



9th communicate and make agreements with customers and



10th process and assemble glass, including electronics and hardware on the glass, perform frames, auto glass, profile structures, glass roofs and make window renovation and repair of stained glass windows.


5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.
6.1. After completion of the last school period in the training organized by the professional committee a final test in the form of an apprenticeship. It is a condition of participating in companion test that issued school certificate in accordance with. 6.2.
6.1.1. Students' test consists of theoretical and practical tasks asked of Glarmester subject's academic committee of disciplines from area subjects and compulsory specialization.

6.1.2. Students' test solved within a maximum period of 3 days.
6.1.3. Students' test is a combination of practical, oral and written presentation.
6.1.4. The exam is assessed by the spectacle masters appointed by Glazier subject's academic committee.
6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as an average of all the characters in the main scenario. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.
6.3. If the student fails the journeyman test, the student has the right to one new apprenticeship. The Technical Committee may in exceptional circumstances allow a student to participate in a second apprenticeship.
6.4. Upon completion of training, issuing the Technical Committee of formal training (apprenticeship) to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.4.1. Sample character appears from the companion letter.
6.4.2. The Technical Committee may endorse companion letter of award for a job well apprenticeship with denominations praise, bronze or silver medal.
6.5. Complaints in connection with the companion sample is determined by the Technical Committee. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply, unless otherwise provided in the curriculum or in an apprenticeship regulations issued by the Technical Committee.
Appendix 6
Joiner
1. The Aim and division
1.1. Training to be a joiner's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:


1. Production of windows, doors, building components, board furniture and massivtræsmøbler.


Second Installation, repair and renovation of building elements and furniture in collaboration with other professionals.



Third Quality control under the furniture and construction industry norms and requirements.



Fourth Planning and organization of work from the laws governing the construction and production, including energy requirements, fire protection, tendering and bidding.



Fifth Assessment of occupational health and safety with respect for the work of others in the workplace and the global environment.



6th Use of IT tools for planning, programming, drawing, quality assurance, information and communication in connection with work on a træmøbelproducerende business.



7th The industry's job and education.


1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals within one or more of the program steps and specialties.
1.3. The program includes the following steps:


1. Production Assistant (door and window) (step 1).


Second Production Assistant (Solid) (step 1).



Third Production Assistant (board furniture) (step 1).


1.4. The program can be completed with the thesis joiner (step 2).
2. Duration and structure, etc..
2.1. The program step 1 production assistant (both doors and windows, solid wood as the board furniture) 2 years including basic course. School classes in the main program lasts 16 weeks. Step 2 is 1 year and 3-9 months and ends with a final test. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 2 joiner items 14 weeks. Time of apprenticeship determined in the curriculum.
2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least three school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at level 1 and at least 3 school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at step 2.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program main program is that students can:


1. read drawings and diagrams from the knowledge of real-life basic drawing techniques and projection drawing, including symbols and illustration methods


Second perform sketches and working drawings with plot and unfolding in relation to carrying out practical tasks that are relevant for the entry education, including performing an electronic working drawing from the knowledge of basic technique in a CAD program



Third take measurements and calculations and prepare material and parts lists using material names, number, quantity, length and area,




Fourth use metrological methods and measurement tools in the markup, assembly, leveling and marketing, including using appropriate metrological standards, values ​​and tolerances



Fifth select solid wood and sheet materials from a knowledge of commonly occurring types of wood and wood drying,



6th select veneers and perform finérsamlinger and simple collections of furniture and building components and explain the principles of surface treatment



7th establish, operate and maintain common hand tools elhåndværktøjer and stationary machines used in the wood and furniture industry and the construction industry, and to account for transmission calculations, cutting speeds, surface quality and grinding materials



8 thereof. producing simple CNC programs from a basic knowledge of CNC machine construction and use ISO codes from a knowledge of the coordinate structure



9th laminate and apply the associated laminating and clamping tools and adhesive application,



10th describe, analyze and perform minor shaping or design tasks that meet the requirements of functionality, design and aesthetics, and



11th explain the construction industry and the wood and furniture industry's fundamental global production and market conditions, including knowledge of opportunities for training and work experience abroad.


3.2. To start the program's main program, the student must in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements for establishing and trestle scaffold.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.6., Is that students can:


1. establish, operate and maintain common standard machines and annual and semi-automatic special machines and program, set up and operate PLC, NC and CNC - controlled woodworking machinery,


Second making materials of wood, aluminum and sheet materials based on relevant information about materials, technical characteristics and processing options



Third analyze, document and perform shaping or design tasks based on industry-relevant issues involving styles of handicrafts, architecture and industrial design,



Fourth use IT tools to plan and document all working in a production task, including selecting equipment, tools, materials and processing forms and in cooperation with other solve problems related to the type of production and quality control



Fifth develop ideas and justify the need for improvements in the work from an understanding of how the job function is part of the company's overall value chain in an international perspective,



6th plan and document all processes using IT tools and in collaboration with other solve problems related to the type of production and quality control



7th use and understand a foreign language in job and social contexts,



8 thereof. establish, operate and manipulate the flow of plant and machinery



9th calculate cutting data and feed rates for optimum machining technology, basic workshop practice, safety and environmental



10th evaluate and use cutting tools in relation to current machine and tool standards for Danish Standard



11th program, set up and operate NC and CNC woodworking machines,



12th make sanding, gluing and veneering,



13th carry out industrial and artisanal coating



14th grinding, use and maintain tools for manual and mechanical machining,



15th establish, operate and maintain standard machines and special machines for door and window production, taking good workshop practice



16th performing industrial coatings, bonding and veneering,




17th set up and operate and maintain standard machinery and specialized machinery for massivtræsproduktion taking into account the good workshop practice



18th organize and carry out industrial processing and collections in a massivtræsproduktion,



19th establish, operate and maintain standard machinery and specialized machinery for sheet production, taking good workshop practice



20th perform manual and mechanical working operations in industrial board furniture production in the sheet metal and body items, furniture, kitchen items and other defined subjects



21st perform mechanical and artisanal work operations in a production of windows and doors,



22nd choose equipment, tools, materials and processing forms and independently and in collaboration with other solve problems related to the type of production plan and document all working in a production task



23rd perform mechanical and artisanal work operations in a production of seats, nationwide product categories model work, seating furniture and furniture upholstery,



24th solve problems related to drafting, documentation and planning of production of a seat,



25th manufacture furniture and building components, including independently assess and plan all working in production



26th produce masters and templates for tasks assigned and



27th understand management functions.


4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., Nos. 1-3, 5, 11, 13 and 27, applies to all stages and thesis in education.
4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 6-10, 12, 14, 17, 21 and 23-26 apply for the program step 2 joiner.
4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 15, 16 and 22, and the specialization program joiner and step 1 production assistant (doors and windows).
4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 18 and 19, the specialization program joiner and step 1 production assistant (solid wood).
4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1., Nos. 4 and 20, the specialization program joiner and step 1 production assistant (board furniture).
5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.
5.2. Eleven, in cooperation with the school and the company choose a project or a problem to be solved both in the form of a product and the necessary documentation. The problem must be downloaded from the company's work or product area, which means that the product that comes out of the project work can be used in the company. The project or product is to be implemented and evaluated during the internship period between 3rd and 4th schooling. The evaluation carried out at the company with the participation of school, business and student. The evaluation must be made visible in the lesson plan and student training record.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.
6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.
6.2. As part of the last school period in the program step 1 production assistant (doors and windows), production assistant (solid wood) and production assistant (board furniture), organized by the School a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.2.1. The final test in step 1 consists of a project based on the student's specialization. The project is based on learning outcomes for the program step 1. Written and electronic reference information, including the student's own notes and calculator must be used both in the preparation of the practical product and the written documentation and in the subsequent oral examination. The content of projects organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.2.2. Projektetbestår of a practical product performed as well as written evidence in the form of project, fact sheets and a design drawing, which forms the basis for an oral examination.

6.2.3. The project solved within a duration of 100 hours. Documentation and practical product is presented by the student at an oral exam lasting 30 minutes including assessment. Give a sample character on the basis of an overall assessment.
6.2.4. The test is for the trade committees provision electronically based, in terms of response in terms of project and design drawing.
6.3. As part of the last school period in step 2 thesis joiner holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education applies
6.3.1. The task consists of a project apprenticeship in the form of a practical task, a project report and an oral examination.
6.3.2. The practical test consists of one or more manufacturing jobs in the region and specialization done during school education. The tasks shall include the following disciplines:


1. Election of machines, tools and materials.


Second Template Preparation and template processing.



Third Profiling of complex profiles.



Fourth Kontrakehlinger and frisninger.



Fifth Glue and veneer work.



6th Machining on CNC machine.


6.3.3. Written and electronic reference information, including the student's own notes and calculator might be used in both the oral and written test. The task for project turning the sample is self-selected project. Eleven delivers up to 14 days before the beginning of the last school period of a project proposal in the form of a targeted design drawing approved by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.3.4. The written test consists of tasks in mechanical engineering, tool engineering, material science, technical documentation and CNC technology. Written and electronic reference information, including the student's own notes and calculator may be used. Tasks must be completed within 3 hours.
6.3.5. The project turning the sample prepared a project report within 20 hours, and practical product is produced within 60 hours. The product and product report presented by the student at an oral exam lasting 30 minutes including assessment.
6.3.6. The test is for the trade committees provision electronically based, as regards the answers on the written test and product report.
6.3.7. By journeyman test the thesis joiner is given a character in spe- cialist theory on the basis of an overall assessment of the project report and the oral examination and a score for the practical project. The overall result of journeyman test is a weighted average in which the nature of spe- cialist theory part with 40%, and the nature of the practical product at 60%. The student has passed the total apprenticeship, when the nature of the specialist- theory test and the practical test is composed character.
6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have obtained at least be rated as average of the grades for each primary and area subjects in the main scenario. There must also be achieved consist character in each specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession. The student must have completed a project in the internship company between 3rd and 4th schooling, as mentioned in Section 5.2.
6.4.1. For students who finish the program with step 1 production assistant (doors and windows), production assistant (solid wood) and production assistant (board furniture), the examination must be passed.
6.4.2 For students who finish the program with step 2 joiner, the examination must be passed.
6.5. Upon completion of training at level 1 issues the trade committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education. The certificate states the average of the grades for student bound and optional special subjects.
6.6. Upon completion of training at level 2 issues the trade committee of formal training (apprenticeship) to the pupil, as evidence that the student has achieved competence in the thesis. The Technical Committee may endorse companion letter of award for a job well apprenticeship with denominations praise, bronze or silver medal.
Annex 7
Murer
1. The Aim and division
1.1. Training as a bricklayer's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:



1. The planning, execution and quality control of bricklaying, plastering, grouting, tiling work, floor work, restoration, renovation and roof work in accordance with the subject's rules, norms and traditions.


Second Communication and cooperation on construction projects in all phases with customers, construction management and colleagues within their own disciplines and interdisciplinary, including understanding and preparation of working drawings and use of IT for planning and information.


1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within the program's steps and specialty.
1.3. The program includes steps 1 tile fitter.
1.4. The program can be completed with the thesis mason (step 2).
2. Duration and structure, etc..
2.1. The program's step 1, tile fitter, 2 years and 5-11 months inclusive of due process and ends with final test. The school teaching in Step 1 lasts 20 weeks. The program specializing mason 3 years and 5-11 months inclusive of step 1 and ends with the final test. The school teaching in the thesis lasts 15 weeks. Dates for final test in step 1 and apprenticeship determined in the curriculum.
2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least three school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at level 1 and at least two school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at step 2.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program main program is that students can:


1. read drawings and charts and apply practical-related and basic drawing techniques and projection drawing, including symbols and illustration methods


Second perform sketches and manual and electronic working drawings, including imaging and unfolding in relation to practical tasks



Third organize and carry out common tile and floor work and masonry structures and explain the rules, regulations and instructions that apply to the performance and quality of tilrettelæggelsens importance of quality in process and outcome



Fourth make the necessary organization of tile and floor work and masonry structures and understand tilrettelæggelsens importance for both the implementation and the quality of the finished product



Fifth take out, put together and form the materials covered in tile and floor work and masonry structures, and use the subject area occurring tools and produce simple tools and aids



6th perform cleaning work and including draft, evaluate substrates for plaster and the need for prior treatment and account for polishing the importance of work for subsequent treatments such as wallpapering and tiling, and



7th perform raking and Jointing work and explain the groove importance for masonry density and appearance.


3.2. To begin the program's main program, the student must in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements for establishing and trestle scaffold.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. and 4.3. is that students can:


1. perform tile work in the area of ​​new construction, renovation, restoration and repair and perform wet areas,


Second perform the construction of floor structures of concrete cladding of ceramic and natural stone, assess damage to existing tiles and floors and repairing old and new injuries



Third assess and process drawings and work descriptions, including process plans and work instructions electronically



Fourth handle materials, equipment, safety and working environment for work performed,



Fifth perform bricklaying and surface treatment of masonry profession materials and repair damage, restore and omforandre,



6th perform mathematical calculations



7th establish, alter and dismantle scaffolding system in accordance with WEA training requirements



8 thereof. plan own work, in charge of customer contact and conduct quality assurance




9th cooperation with other actors in the construction sector, taking into account the social structure and different social systems, including companies and organizations and their mutual regulation in the fagretslige system



10th recognizable styles, architecture and design and apply aesthetic concepts



11th make health and safety measures when working with cold asphalt, bitumen, epoxies and thermoplastics in accordance with WEA training requirements



12th perform working drawings and bricklaying jobs, leveling and construction by drawing



13th perform moisture and heat insulation in connection with masonry,



14th performing masonry structures, including common Laying,



15th perform roofing work with clay and concrete products



16th orient themselves in particular written and electronic media on the impact of social, economic and political forces of the current society and the interaction between society and the development of businesses, including the environmental aspects



17th explain innovation, entrepreneurship and self-reliance concept,



18th included in the safety prevention work and organizing them on site or in the company and



19th structure, plan and assess the work from international norms and business relevant consequences.


4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., Nos. 1-11 applies to all stages and thesis in education.
4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 12-19, only applies to the thesis of the training.
5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.
6.1. For students who only need to implement educational step 1 tile fitter, holds the school towards the end of school education a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. The test consists of a theoretical and practical task.
6.2. As part of the last school period of the specialization program organized by the School a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.2.1. Svend examination consists of a practical and theoretical task oriented, the response forms the basis for the assessment.
6.2.2. The theoretically oriented part of the journeyman test is a written test consisting of tasks within the region and specialization. Written and electronic reference information, including the student's own notes and calculators may be used. Tasks must be completed within 6 hours.
6.2.3. The written test can by the academic committee provision be electronically based, in terms of base sequence and replying or elements thereof.
6.2.4. The practical test consists of one or more manufacturing jobs in the region and specialization carried out throughout the course. The tasks to be solved within 49 hours. The examiners are present on the last day. The tasks include the following disciplines for the use of the probationary period with the indicated approximate distribution of the time.


1. Bricklaying 40%.


Second Jointing work 7%.



Third Plastering work 10%.



Fourth Tiling 22%.



Fifth Floor Work 21%.


6.2.5. Each of the sections. 6.2.4. mentioned disciplines assessed separately and given a score for each discipline and a score for overall impression. The average of the 6 characters represent the nature of the practical task.
6.3. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character in each basic, division and specialization. Any profession where not giving nature, must be implemented according to the rules of the profession.
6.3.1. For students who finish the program with step 1 tile installer, the final test, see. 6.1. also be passed.

6.3.2. For students who finish the program with step 2 bricklayer, both the written test and the practical test to be passed. The overall result of journeyman test is a weighted average of the two samples. In the weighted average includes the grade for the written test with 1/6 and grade for the oral exam 5/6.
6.4. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.4.1. The Technical Committee may påtegneuddannelsesbeviset for thesis (companion letter) the award for a job well apprenticeship with denominations praise, bronze or silver medal.
Annex 8
Chimneys
1. The Aim and division
1.1. Training as a chimney sweep, the main purpose, to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:


1. Cleaning, troubleshooting and performing mandatory inspections of oil-fired boiler and solid fuel fired boiler for fossil fuels, the reporting of measurement results, counseling clients on energy improvement, and execution of the work in accordance with safety regulations.


Second Installation and repair of chimneys and cleaning, measuring and fire preventive supervision of chimneys and all kinds of construction systems for heating and heating ducts, pipes and ventilation systems and their channel systems.

3) Service of oil-fired plants as well as balancing and control of biomass-fired boiler plants.
4) Cleaning the boiler plant on solid fuel, liquid and gaseous systems and stoves with related ducts and pipes.
5) Cleaning and maintenance of ventilation installation channel systems as well as service and advice on combustion, fire and environmental issues.

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within the program's steps and specialty.
1.3. The program includes steps 1 boiler plant technician.
1.4. The program can be completed with the thesis chimney sweep (step 2).
2. The program duration and structure, etc..
2.1. The program step 1 boiler plant technician is 1 year and 6 months, including the baseline scenario. School classes in the main program lasts 5 weeks. The program specializing chimney sweep lasts 2 years and 6 months. The school teaching in the thesis main course lasts 15 weeks.
2.2. School classes in the main program conducted at least one school period and at least one internship for students at level 1 and at least three school periods with intervening periods of work experience for students in the thesis chimney sweep.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program main program is that students can:


1. explain røggassammensætninger by combustion of various fuels and flue gases impact on the environment


Second contribute to the customer advice on the choice of boilers and furnaces for fossil solid fuel and biofuel types from knowledge of combustion chemical reactions



Third assess small chimneys and ildsteders location, guiding customers and from laws and regulations, issue reports and other documentation relating to fire preventive supervision, chimney work and firing technical conditions



Fourth explain oil guy's operation and components as well as for technical information and documentation,



Fifth explain the different cleaning methods, smoke extraction and tools and their application in practice from the rules for a safe and healthy working environment and



6th assess the physical conditions that determine chimneys function as well as for calculation and dimensioning of chimneys and fireplaces.


3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. have passed the basic test and basic subject science F.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.3., Is that students can:


1. troubleshoot, statutory inspection and cleaning of oil-fired boiler and the solid fuel fired boiler using fossil fuels


Second report the results of measurements on boiler systems




Third calculate boiler plant profitability for advice on energy efficient optimization,



Fourth carry out the work within the given time frame and in accordance with safety regulations and safety regulations for materials, equipment, workplace design, equipment and own person



Fifth participate in technical and professional development of working methods and processes that can contribute to the interest in entrepreneurship promoted by international experience,



6th perform cleaning technical work, troubleshooting and repair of chimneys, furnaces and boilers,



7th troubleshoot and control measurement of heating and ventilation systems,



8 thereof. perform calculations and guide the customer on environmental and energy impacts of ildsteders combustion



9th make cleaning of ventilation systems and assess system functionality



10th make fire preventive supervision



11th approve new chimneys, fireplaces, boiler room and the expansion ratio and issue an occupancy permit,



12th assess the physical conditions that determine the density of buildings in relation to the gas flow to the combustion



13th guidance on proper selection and installation of chimneys and fireplaces and interior design of boiler room,



14th guidance on correct material selection by the decor and location of fireplaces,



15th explain the choice of fuels and their combustion principles



16th prepare and use documentation required for functional reasons, the correct performance, including the use of relevant literature, law, information technology and norms for the area and prepare reports



17th troubleshoot and adjustment of biomass-fired boiler plant,



18th communicate in Danish in the professional context and



19th solve math and science problems in a professional context.


4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., Nos. 1-6, the step and specialized in training.
4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 7-19, the specialization program chimney sweep.
5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the notice of business education.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.
6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after step 1 boiler installation technician to be presented by all students.
6.2. In step 1, boiler systems technician holds the school towards the end of school education a final test. The sample corresponds Energy's requirements for working as a technical expert with oil. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3. For pupils at stage 2 holds the school as part of the last school period of training a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. The exam consists of a written test, a theoretical project, an oral test and a practical test.
6.3.2. The written test lasts 2 hours and consists of a number of issues in basic, division and specialization from the entire school education. The test is performed as multiple choice. The sample can be electronically based, in terms of base sequence and replying or elements thereof. A grade for the test.
6.3.3. The theoretical project lasts 15 hours and is performed within the area subjects, bound specialization and optional special subjects from all school education. The project is based on a task and the student must plan, calculate, draw and document the described processes and products.
6.3.4. The oral examination is based on the theoretical project and lasts 30 minutes. An overall grade for the project and the oral examination.

6.3.5. The practical test will take place at existing combustion plants with chimneys. The sample is planned with an expected maximum of 4 hours, but can be extended for a short time until the student finished reporting its task. The exam includes combustion equipment, clean technology, laws and regulations and fire preventive supervision, including nytilmeldinger. In the evaluation that the work done is in accordance with the subject's quality concept. While the emphasis is on overall impression, functional organization, including time spent, and construction, and trivia. A grade for the practical test.
6.3.6. The theoretical project task is electronically based, in terms of base sequence and replying or elements thereof. the student must use IT-based solutions.
6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved pass grade in all basic, area subjects, bound specialization and elective specialization in the main scenario. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.
6.4.1. If the student has not achieved pass grade in all basic subjects, but otherwise meet the requirements as described in sections 6.3., 6.4., And 6.3.2. or 6.3.3., issued school documents after school, with the support of the Technical Committee based on an overall assessment determines that the student possibly after additional training meets the objectives of school education.
6.4.2. For students who finish the program with stage 1 boiler plant technician, each of the three tests set out in section 6.2. be passed.
6.4.3. For students who finish the program with the thesis chimney sweep, the mark for each of the three samples after steps 1 and each of the three characters try to pass characters. The result of the journeyman test is the average of the three apprenticeship characters.
6.5. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.5.1. For students who complete with step 1, applied to the result of the final test, see. Section 6.2. For students who complete with chimney thesis applied the results of the final tests, see. Section 6.3.
6.5.2. The Technical Committee may endorse training certificate for step 2 (companion letter) the award for a job well apprenticeship with denominations praise, bronze or silver medal.
Annex 9
Snedker
1. The Aim and division
1.1. Training as a carpenter, cabinetmaker and organ builder, the main purpose of the student through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:


1. Production of windows, doors, building components, board furniture and massivtræsmøbler.


Second Installation, repair and renovation of building elements and furniture in collaboration with other professionals.



Third Quality control under the furniture and construction industry norms and requirements.



Fourth Planning and organization of work from the laws governing the construction and production, including energy requirements, fire protection, tendering and bidding.



Fifth Assessment of occupational health and safety with respect for the work of others in the workplace and the global environment.



6th Use of IT tools for planning, drawing, quality assurance, information and communication in connection with the work in the workshop and construction site.



7th The industry's job and education.


1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one or more of the program steps and specialties.
1.3. The program includes the following steps:


1. Træoperatør (doors and windows) (step 1 of the thesis carpenter).


Second Træoperatør (board furniture) (step 1 of specialization carpenter and cabinetmaker).



Third Træoperatør (massivtræmøbel) (step 1 of the thesis cabinetmaker).



Fourth Building Fitter (step 1 of the thesis carpenter).


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


1. Building carpenter (step 2).


Second Joiner (step 2).



Third Organ builder.


2. Duration and structure, etc..

2.1. The program step 1 træoperatør (both doors and windows as board furniture and massivtræmøbel) and building engineer 2 years including basic course. School classes in the main program lasts 16 weeks. Step 2 specialties carpenter and cabinetmaker is 1 year and 3-9 months and ends with a final test. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 2 items 14 weeks. The thesis organ builder 3 years and 3-9 months and ends with a final test. School classes in the main program lasts 30 weeks. Times of companion tests shall be determined in the curriculum.
2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least three school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at level 1, at least 3 school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students in steps 2 and at least 6 school courses for students in the thesis organ builder.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program's main program is that students can:


1. read drawings and diagrams from the knowledge of real-life basic drawing techniques and projection drawing, including symbols and illustration methods


Second perform sketches and working drawings, including imaging and unfolding in relation to carrying out practical tasks, including carrying out an electronic working drawing from the knowledge of basic technique in a CAD program,



Third take measurements and calculations and prepare material and parts lists using material names, number, quantity, length and area,



Fourth use metrological methods and measurement tools in the markup, assembly, leveling and marketing, including using appropriate metrological standards, levels, values ​​and tolerances



Fifth select solid wood and sheet materials from a knowledge of commonly occurring types of wood and wood drying,



6th select veneers and perform finérsamlinger and simple collections of furniture and building components and outline principles for coating



7th select, develop, operate and maintain the building industry and the wood and furniture industry common hand tools elhåndværktøjer and stationary machines from transmission calculations, cutting speeds, surface quality and grinding materials



8 thereof. producing simple CNC programs from a basic knowledge of CNC machine construction and use ISO codes from the coordinate structure



9th laminate and apply the associated laminating and clamping tools and adhesive application,



10th describe, analyze and perform minor shaping or design tasks that meet the requirements of functionality, design and aesthetics, and



11th explain the construction industry and the wood and furniture industry's fundamental global production and market conditions and the possibility of training and internship abroad.


3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements for establishing and trestle scaffold.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.10., Is that students can


1. establish, operate and maintain common hand tools, elhåndværktøj and standard machines in the workshop or building site


Second making materials of wood, aluminum, composite and sheet materials based on information about technical characteristics of materials and processing options



Third using IT tools, plan and document all working in a production task, including selecting equipment, tools, materials and processing forms, and in cooperation with other solve problems related to the type of production and quality control



Fourth develop ideas and justify the need for improvements in work processes based on an understanding of how the job function is part of the company's overall value chain in an international perspective,




Fifth analyze and document in the form of electronic drawings and calculations as well as perform shaping or design tasks based on industry-relevant issues involving styles of handicrafts, architecture and industrial design,



6th program, set up and operate PLC, NC and CNC woodworking machines,



7th carry out industrial and artisanal coating



8 thereof. perform manual and mechanical joints in solid wood and sheet materials, bonding, veneering and ironmongery,



9th use and understand a foreign language in job and social contexts,



10th perform manual and mechanical working operations in industrial board furniture production within the product categories, sheet metal and body items, furniture, kitchen items and other defined matters in compliance with applicable environmental requirements and safety rules



11th perform mechanical and artisanal work operations in a production of windows and doors in compliance with environmental requirements and safety rules



12th choose equipment, tools, machining shape and materials associated with industrial and artisanal manufacture of stairs safety and environmentally responsible manner and in compliance with building rules relating stairs



13th use of computer-based systems for the design and manufacture of stairs, for measuring and opsnøring of stairs and explain the different types of staircases,



14th in collaboration with other performing quarter turn stairs



15th repair building components



16th make taking measurements, assembly and erection of prefabricated stairs inside the tower blocks in compliance with environmental requirements and safety rules



17th From a knowledge of the common door and window types make taking measurements, assembly and sealing of windows and exterior and interior doors, including select and use different types befæstelsesmaterialer in compliance with environmental requirements and safety rules



18th make taking measurements, forming and assembly of components for kitchen, bath and furniture on all surfaces and fit architraves, window panels, flashings, shades, accessories, handles, sink, moldings and countertops in all materials on the setup place in compliance with environmental requirements and safety rules || |


19th build strokes floors, light interior walls and lining the walls, and lay wood flooring with parquet or boards and set up skirting in compliance with environmental requirements and safety rules



20th set ceilings, substrates for these and shadow lists in compliance with environmental requirements and safety rules



21st perform mechanical and artisanal work operations in a production of seats, nationwide product categories model work, seating and furniture upholstery in compliance with environmental requirements and safety rules



22nd in cooperation with other solve problems related to drafting, documentation and planning the production of a seat,



23rd in cooperation with other perform tasks associated with artisanal production of plate furniture, including selecting and using machines, tools, machining shape and materials related to the production of case furniture write furniture and organ subjects in compliance with environmental requirements and safety rules



24th In cooperation plan, document and perform tasks in a small-scale manufacturing of solid wood furniture, including selecting and using machines, tools, materials and processing form, as traditional cabinet making joints, glue and veneering techniques and surface treatment in compliance with environmental requirements and safety rules



25th perform simple restorations of older furniture



26th using traditional hand tools and explain their origin and maintenance



27th assess the importance of the traditional crafts of the current and future developments in furniture production,




28th the different materials and document their use in the manufacture of an organ



29th explain the design and aesthetics of the organ facade building,



30th produce documentation materials for the vital parts of an organ and explain other aspects of the organ's air consumption, valve openings and valve size and sealing systems in compliance with environmental requirements and safety rules



31 December. distinguish between differences in each country's organ building and organ types, organ music and organ architecture in Northern and Southern Europe through the ages,



32nd participate in the production of organs with emphasis on the tonal parts of an organ,



33rd perform mood and temper from the concert pitch so that tempereringssystemet are met, and the voice quality is acceptable



34th work with pipe types in various alloys, coating, soldering and maintenance of these pipe types



35th explain the different organ voices, including intonation and mensurering,



36th explain the choice of fittings for organ houses and mechanics and



37th assess the importance of the traditional crafts of the current and future developments in organ building.


4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., Nos. 1-5, applies to all levels and specialties in education.
4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 6-9, apply to all training specialties.
4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 10, applies to training specialist carpenter, cabinetmaker, organ builder and step 1 træoperatør (board furniture).
4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 11, the specialization program carpenter and stage 1 træoperatør (windows and doors).
4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 12-15, the specialization program carpenter.
4.7. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 16-20, applies to training specialist carpenter and stage 1 construction engineer.
4.8. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 21-22, applies to training specialist cabinetmaker, organ builder and step 1 træoperatør (massivtræmøbel).
4.9. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 23-27, applies to training specialist cabinetmaker and organ builder.
4.10. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 28-37, the specialization program organ builder.
5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.
5.2. Eleven, in cooperation with the school and the company choose a project or a problem to be solved both in the form of a product and the necessary documentation. The problem must be downloaded from the company's work or product area, which means that the product that comes out of the project work can be used in the company. The project or product is to be implemented and evaluated during the internship period between 3rd and 4th schooling. The evaluation carried out at the company with the participation of school, business and student. The evaluation must be made visible in the lesson plan and student training record.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.
6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.
6.2. As part of the last school period in the program step 1 træoperatør and building engineer holds the school a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.2.1. The final test in step 1 consists of a project based on the student's specialization. The project is based on learning outcomes for the program step 1. Written and electronic reference information, including the student's own notes and calculator might be used in the preparation of the practical product and the written documentation and in the subsequent oral examination. Contents of the project organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.2.2. Projektetbestår of a practical product performed as well as written evidence in the form of project, included as a basis for an oral examination.

6.2.3. The project solved within a duration of 100 hours. Documentation and practical product is presented by the student at an oral exam lasting 30 minutes including assessment. Give a sample character on the basis of an overall assessment.
6.2.4. The test is for the trade committees provision electronically based, in terms of response with regard to project.
6.3. As part of the last school period in step 2 specialties carpenter and cabinetmaker holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. Students' test is for the individual student's choice, either a traditional apprenticeship in the form of a written test, an oral test and a practical test or a project apprenticeship in the form of a practical task, a project report and an oral examination. The tasks include the following disciplines:


1. Planning, including choice of machines, tools and materials.


Second Ironmongery.



Third Glue and veneer work.



Fourth surface



Fifth Handmade carpenter collections.



6th Machine Elle collections.



7th Pass.


6.3.2. Written and electronic reference information, including the student's own notes and calculator might be used in both the oral and written test. Assignment content to the traditional apprenticeship organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee. The task for project turning the sample is self-selected project.
6.3.3. The traditional apprenticeship consists of a character test, an oral test and a practical executed product. The written test consists of a character test which resolved within 15 hours. The oral exam consists of specialist- theory questions and lasts 30 minutes including assessment. The practical test, which resolved within 112 hours, consists of a manufacturing task within the region and specialization done during school education on the basis of character assignment from the written test.
6.3.4. Project Turning examination consists of a practical product performed as well as written evidence in the form of project, included as a basis for an oral examination. Draw up a project report within 30 hours and practical products manufactured within 112 hours. Project report and practical task presented by the student at an oral exam lasting 30 minutes including assessment.
6.3.5. The test is for the trade committees provision electronically based, in terms of response with regard to project.
6.3.6. In the traditional apprenticeship for specialties, carpenter and cabinetmaker given a character in spe- cialist theory on the basis of an overall assessment of the written and oral tests and a score for the practical test. The overall result of journeyman test is a weighted average in which the character spe- cialist theory represents 1/3, and the nature of the practical test included by 2/3. The student has passed the total apprenticeship, when the nature of respectively the specialist- theory test and the practical test is at least consist character.
6.3.7. At project turning the sample of specialization carpenter and cabinetmaker given a character in spe- cialist theory on the basis of an overall assessment of the project report and the oral examination and a score for the practical product. The overall result of journeyman test is a weighted average in which the nature of spe- cialist theory represents 1/3, and the nature of the practical test, respectively practical product is included with 2.3. The student has passed the total apprenticeship when both characters are composed character.
6.4. After completion of the last school term thesis organ builder holds the professional committees a final test in the form of an apprenticeship. It is a condition of participating in companion test that issued school certificate, see. Section 6.5.
6.4.1. Svend examination consists of a practical test in the production of a manual loop wind leave of not less than 4 votes and 2 træpiber in the deep octave in dedakt 8'. If manual loop gain barn performed by CNC, the sample comprises also a minor job of your choice that includes artisanal structures such as delaying, through the collection and the like carried out by hand.
6.4.2. Students' test solved within a duration of approx 250 hours. During the test prepares the student a table which shows the time required for the production of the parts.

6.4.3. The test is assessed by an apprenticeship commission appointed by the technical committee composed of one trained organ builder by employer and employee side.
6.4.4. By journeyman test the thesis organ builder is the nature of the companion sample mean of the characters, each of manageable champion has given. Eleven have passed if the average grade is composed character.
6.5. If one organ builder student does not pass companion test provided. Section 6.4. offers the professional committee pupil a new trial, possibly after additional job training and education. Students can usually offered to go to apprenticeship 2 times. In special cases, the trade committee offer a student a 3rd try. Students who have been prevented from completing journeyman examination due to documented illness or other compelling reason, can participate in a new trial after the trade committee of Directors. Upon re-examination and new examination (re-examination), the provisions of Executive Order on tests and exams in vocational education etc.. corresponding.
6.6. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as an average of the grades for each primary and area subjects in the main scenario. There must also be achieved consist character in each specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession. The student must have completed a project in the internship company between 3rd and 4th schooling, as mentioned in Section 5.2.
6.6.1. For students who finish the program with step 1 træoperatør and building engineer, the final test be passed.
6.6.2. For students who finish the program specializing should companion test be passed.
6.7. Upon completion of training with step 1 issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education. The certificate states the average of the grades for student bound and optional special subjects.
6.8. At the end of the training with a specialization issue the Technical Committee of formal training (apprenticeship) to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in the thesis. The Technical Committee may endorse companion letter of award for a job well apprenticeship with denominations praise, bronze or silver medal.
6.9. Complaints in connection with the companion test for organ builder decided by the Technical Committee. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply, unless otherwise provided in the curriculum or in an apprenticeship regulations issued by the Technical Committee.
Annex 10
Stonemason
1. The Aim and division
1.1. Training as a stonemason's major objective is that students through comprehensive school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:


1. The planning, execution and quality control of stone processing, stone cutting, restoration and renovation taking into account the subject's rules, norms and traditions as well as the handling of the subject's machines, including CNC machines.


Second Installation of stone slabs for kitchen, bath, stone staircases and cladding.



Third Managing safety and working environment, including lifting equipment and lifting techniques.



Fourth Elaboration of drawing and writing material.



Fifth Communication and cooperation on tasks and projects in all phases with customers, construction management and colleagues within their own disciplines and interdisciplinary, including understanding and preparation of working drawings and use of IT for planning and information.


1.2. The student must achieve the training objectives within the program steps or specialty.
1.3. The program includes steps 1 stone industry works.
1.4. The program can be completed with the thesis stonemason (step 2).
2. Duration and structure, etc..
2.1. The program step 1 stone industry working 2 years including basic course. The school teaching in the main course usually lasts 13 weeks. Specialization program lasts between 1 year 6 months and 2 years and ends with the final test. The school teaching in step 2 items 17 weeks. Time of apprenticeship determined in the curriculum.
2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods of intervening period of practical training for students at level 1 and at least two school periods of intervening period of practical training for students in the specialization program.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program main program is that students can:


1. perform skrifthugning in different stones with hand tools and machining operations, identify and draw fonts and identify styles


Second perform manual and mechanical cleavage and distribution of various types of stone blocks,



Third perform simple afformningsarbejder by model based on norms and instructions



Fourth identify and carry out specific behugningsgrader,



Fifth analyze assis and mete surfaces and perform edge phrase bredmejsling and spidsmejsling, walking-stick and riffelhugning and skorrering, tandhugning, grinding and polishing of tools and taking into account behugningsstandarder,



6th perform profilhugning with hand tools and machining,



7th conduct occurring industry stonemason work in the area of ​​new construction, restoration and maintenance



8 thereof. install natural stone, kitchen boards, bathroom boards, natural stone stairs and facade cladding and



9th using stone care products and various types of materials and binders for anchoring of natural stone.


3.2. To begin the program's main program, the student must in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements for establishing and trestle scaffold.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2.- 4.3., Is that students can:


1. perform sketches of architectural and sculptural building, including understanding life drawing and understand tegningsformens importance and creatively transmit visual impression


Second perform installation of natural stone, kitchen boards, bathroom boards, natural stone staircases and cladding,



Third processing and blending different types of mortar, using different methods for anchoring as well as perform slinging and lifting technique



Fourth perform restoration techniques from general philosophical attitudes thereto, analyze and assess nature's condition and do minor restoration and preservation tasks,



Fifth use desktop and handheld polishing, cutting, grinding and drilling machines as well as perform skrifthugning in different stones with hand tools and CNC machines, perform quarrying, use sandblasting equipment and perform jetbrænding of natural stone,



6th handle occurring materials, equipment, safety and working environment



7th perform mathematical calculations



8 thereof. perform skrifthugning with different fonts and make reworking of CNC machines as well as perform spacing, sketching, drawing and scribing,



9th applying and mixing the traditional color species and perform font paint technique



10th perform manual and mechanical cleavage and distribution of various types of stone blocks,



11th make measuring, tracking, plyring, bredkihling, rundkihling, svaformer, as well as cutting and milling work with hand tools and CNC machines taking into account stenmaterialers petrological composition



12th identify and perform surface machining with hand tools and machining taking into account behugningsgrader, analyze, ticke and mete surfaces and perform edge phrase bredmejsling, spidsmejsling, walking-stick and riffelhugning and skorrering, tandhugning, grinding and burning,



13th perform profilhugninger with hand tools and CNC machines, construct profiles and perform templates riffelhugning, skorrering and grinding



14th perform dekorationshugning with hand tools and machining using puncturing device and other measurement methods from style species own species and perform finishbehugning taking into account the norms and standards



15th use the main lines of Danish building history and style and classical models,




16th planning, manufacturing, quality guarantee and safeguard customer contact, taking into account the internal and external environment



17th search, find and process information for use in production or service planning and execution, including the use of IT equipment to the systematic quality control and maintenance, and



18th orient themselves in particular written and electronic media on the impact of social, economic and political forces of the current society and the interaction between society and the development of businesses, including the environmental aspects.


4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-7, in step 1 and thesis in education.
4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 8-18 applies to the thesis of the training.
5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.
6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after the step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.
6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1 stone industrial worker holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.2.1. The sample includes an in theoretical and practical task. Eleven delivers a practical product and a report. A grade in theory for the report and a grade for the practical product.
6.2.2. The result of the final test is the average of the two characters.
6.3. As part of the last school period in step 2 stonemason holds the school a final test. The sample represents a svendeprøve.Reglerne of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. Svend exam includes a theoretical written exam and a practical test.
6.3.2. The written test consists of tasks within the region and specialization. Written and electronic reference information, including the student's own notes and calculators may be used. Tasks must be completed within 6 hours.
6.3.3. The practical test consists of one or more manufacturing jobs in the region and specialization done during school education. The tasks to be solved within 60 hours. The tasks include the following disciplines:


1. Skrifthugning (drawing and chopping).


Second Fladehugning.



Third Profilhugning.



Fourth Dekorationshugning.


6.3.4. In the assessment of the practical test, emphasis is placed on the overall impression and in each of these disciplines.
6.3.5. The result of the journeyman test is a weighted average in which the grade of the written exam are included with 1/6, and the nature of the practical exam included at 5/6.
6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades in hovedforløbets basic and area subjects and in each specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.
6.4.1. For students who finish the program with step 1 stone industry work, the final test be passed.
6.4.2. For students who finish the program with step 2 stonemason, the journeyman test be passed.
6.5. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.5.1. The Technical Committee can endorse that certificate of award for a job well apprenticeship with the terms assumed with praise, bronze and silver.
Annex 11
Stucco Contractor
1. The Aim and division
1.1. Training of stucco worker has as its main purpose to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:


1. The planning, execution and quality control tasks in stripping, stucco technique, building history and restoration techniques, photographic record, new construction, renovation, building restoration and repair work in accordance with the subject's rules, norms and traditions.



Second Communication and cooperation on construction projects in all phases with customers, construction management and colleagues within their own disciplines and interdisciplinary, including understanding and preparation of working drawings and use of IT for planning and information.


1.2. Students should achieve the training objectives within the specialization program.
1.3. The program is completed with the thesis stucco worker.
2. Duration and structure, etc..
2.1. The training lasts 3 years and 9 months including basic course. School Tuition main course lasts 15 weeks.
2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intermediate training period.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program main program is that students can:


1. work outlining the architectural and sculptural buildings and plant parts and performing perspective view, shading and life drawing,


Second explain the drawing and tegningsformens importance for stucco work



Third use constructive and creative sense and the ability to critically assess and disclose visual impression



Fourth perform drawings and communicate through drawings and sketches



Fifth read and understand drawings by building consultants



6th explain arbejdstilrettelæggelsens importance for the performance and quality of the product,



7th form the materials involved in stucco manufacturing



8 thereof. set up and compose simple stucco constructions and



9th create templates and models and perform drawing on the table and turning the ring.


3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the special competency in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements in order to establish and trestle scaffold.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:


1. create the best possible working environment and prevent work-related stress disorders and accidents


Second explain innovation, entrepreneurship and self-reliance concept,



Third perform mathematical calculations



Fourth comply with rules and safety regulations when using and processing materials and search for information about materials engineering, environmental and occupational health and economic specifications in written and electronic media



Fifth describe the basic elements and stages of forming processes in the craft and industrial use of basic tools and methods for description, analysis and assessment of architecture, system design,



6th process and understand drawings and work descriptions, including in electronic form,



7th perform modeling, stripping and reconstruction after the character, sculptural or naturelt outline



8 thereof. organize and carry out all kinds of stucco work taking account of tilrettelæggelsens importance of execution and the quality of the finished stucco work



9th create templates and models and perform drawing on the table and turning the ring,



10th identify the main lines of Danish architecture and styles of the various buildings and sculpture works, and



11th make photographic record using different types of cameras and perform electronic imaging.


5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework laid down in the Order on vocational training.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.
6.1. After completion of the last school period in the training organized by the professional committee a final test in the form of an apprenticeship. It is a condition of participating in companion test that issued school certificate, see. Section 6.2.

6.1.1. Students' test is a practical exam, which consists of tasks involving the disciplines of drawing, modeling, form work together plastering and cast. The tasks set by the Technical Committee.
6.1.2. Students' test resolved within a period of 18 days.
6.1.3. The joint trade committee shall appoint an apprenticeship commission. The Commission shall be composed of two employers' representatives and two employee representatives.
6.1.4. Commission 4 members give each a score for each of the following disciplines:


1. Main objectives.


Second Detail measurements.



Third Angles.



Fourth General appearance.


6.1.5. Each member cast of characters are added up and divided by 4. rounded to one decimal place under the general rules of arithmetic. Then counted members' characters together and divided by 4. rounded to one decimal place under the general rules of arithmetic. The test is passed if the grade is at least consist character.
6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as an average of the grades for each primary and area subjects in the main scenario and in each specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.
6.3. For setting the new apprenticeship, complaints, etc. the Executive Order on examinations of vocational education mutatis mutandis, unless otherwise provided in the curriculum or in an apprenticeship regulations issued by the Technical Committee.
6.4. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.4.1. The training certificate issued when school certificate and final internship statement was issued and companion test was passed.
6.4.2. The Technical Committee may endorse companion letter of award for a job well apprenticeship with the terms assumed with praise, bronze and silver.
Annex 12
Tiler
1. The Aim and division
1.1. The program used by roofing the main purpose of the student through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:


1. Planning and execution of roofing with roofing materials taking into account the professional, technical and economic conditions.


Second Control of own work and quality of tagdækningskonstruktioner taking into account the laws and regulations.



Third Cooperation on a construction site for work planning and production of a tagdækningsopgave.



Fourth Work planning based on systematic occupational health and safety and at the workplace.



Fifth Communicating with project and construction managers, customers, suppliers and other partners.



6th Use of IT-based tools for planning, drawing, quality assurance, information and communication.


1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within the specialization program.
1.3. The program is completed with the thesis roofer.
2. Duration and structure, etc..
2.1. The training lasts 2 years and 6 months to 2 years and 11 months, including the baseline scenario and ends with the final test. The school teaching in the main course usually lasts 25 weeks. Time of apprenticeship determined in the curriculum.
2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least five school periods with intervening periods of work experience, and culminating with the final test in the last school period. Time of apprenticeship determined in the curriculum.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program main program is that students can


1. comply with fire technical guidance in the planning and execution of ordinary roofing work,


Second assist in putting out small tagbrande well as provide first aid for burns,



Third under the guidance perform a simple roofing structure by design, including use drawing signatures and scales,



Fourth perform roofing work on flat roofs for instruction




Fifth participate in workplace assessments (APV) as well as plan and execute tasks from basic knowledge of ergonomics,



6th make simple and simple calculations for inspection of quantities and material orders



7th read and understand job descriptions and manufacturers' product and work instructions in Danish and



8 thereof. perform systematic quality of their own work.


3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the special competency in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements in order to establish and trestle scaffold.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:


1. plan and carry out all types of tagdækningsopgaver with tagpap- and tagisoleringsmaterialer on flat and pitched roofs, having regard to laws and regulations, standards and fire safety guides


Second organize and carry out roofs from knowledge of drawings informative structure and knowledge of the fundamental principles for building different roof structures, requirements and application principles of different materials as well as laws, regulations and standards in the field,



Third perform special roofing, including plate coverage, and coverage with metal foil and membranes,



Fourth use and placing membranes tagpapper and other materials for waterproofing of walls, decks and congested structures



Fifth install insulation elements, roof cassettes and steel, building case with insulation and anchor the roofing and insulation materials when performing exterior roof insulation,



6th perform smoothness, shingles-, list, and plank cover on sloping roofs,



7th solve, organize and ensure the quality of practical work and consider in this context and taking account of roof design, form and function, good sense of order, safety, quality standards, professional pride and respect for other professionals



8 thereof. perform correctly for safety, hooking in the transport and unloading of loads and act as a signal man with visual and radio controlled contact, having regard to requirements by hooking and control of cargo handling gear and



9th work on roads in accordance with the Road Directorate's training requirements.


5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum for the degree program within the overall framework set out in the Order on vocational training.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.
6.1. As part of the last school period in the training organized by the School a final prøve.Prøven constitutes a svendeprøve.Reglerne of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. The exam consists of a written, theoretical test and a practical test.
6.1.2. The written test consists of tasks within the area subjects and specialization. All materials may be used. The test lasts 4 hours.
6.1.3. The practical test lasts 18 hours.
6.1.4. A grade for each sample. The result of the journeyman test is a weighted average of the two grades in which the grade of the written exam are included with 1/4 and grade for the practical test with 3/4.
6.1.5. Eleven have passed if both the weighted average and the grade for the practical test is composed character.
6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have completed school education and passed the journeyman test and subjects hooking and the road as a workplace.
6.3. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal training (apprenticeship) to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.3.1. The Technical Committee may endorse companion letter of award for a job well apprenticeship with denominations praise, bronze or silver medal.
Annex 13
Technical insulator
1. The Aim and division
1.1. Training of technical insulator has as its main purpose to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main field of competence:

Insulation work on pipes in heating, cold and hot water systems, fire protection and insulation of industrial and process plants.
1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within the specialization program.
1.3. The program is completed with the thesis technical insulator.
2. Duration and structure, etc..
2.1. The training lasts at least 2 years and 9 months and a maximum of 3 years and 3 months and ends with the companion sample. Times of apprenticeship determined in the curriculum. The school teaching in the main course usually lasts 25 weeks.
2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least five school periods with intervening practice periods.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program main program is that students can:


1. explain the structure and function of the insulation industry normally occurring plant types,


Second perform simple sheet metal working,



Third communicate through drawings, including projection drawings and diagrams



Fourth make simple measurements and calculations and print materials and parts lists,



Fifth operate tools and machinery from safety regulations for materials and equipment



6th explain insulating materials and their use and



7th carry out insulation work on pipes in heating, cold and hot water systems and insulation of industrial and process plants.


3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the special competency in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements in order to establish and trestle scaffold.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:


1. express themselves orally and in writing, and listening to and reading different types of texts with understanding and yield and use the Danish language in education and employment contexts and for recognition, experience, tolerance and community


Second work with information technology tasks and problems typical of their education and job



Third identify mathematical problems in both vocational and general context and apply mathematics in practice



Fourth select and use materials having regard to their origin, structure, structure, properties and applications



Fifth assist in the design of a construction site in consideration of the performance, safety and quality



6th establish, alter and dismantle scaffolding system in accordance with WEA training requirements



7th perform quality assurance and quality control of their own work,



8 thereof. perform all kinds of insulation work on pipes in heating, cold and hot water systems as well as fire protection and insulation of industrial and process plants



9th execute mineral wool insulation on the ducts in ventilation systems,



10th perform insulation of cold storage with associated technical installations



11th unfold, form the mounting plate and capes and thin sheet of all existing insulation of technical installations,



12th perform insulation of technical installations in the refrigeration area



13th perform basic insulation and final plate jacket insulation on tanks, channels and boiler plants and



14th perform common tasks within in sound insulation.


5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.
6.1. As part of the last school period holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.1.1. The exam consists of a written test and a practical test.
6.1.2. The written test consists of tasks within the area subjects and specialization. As aids may be used reference information, including the student's own notes. The tasks to be solved within 4 hours.
6.1.3. The practical test consists of individual tasks within the region and specialization. The tasks to be solved within 24 hours.
6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the average of the grades for all basic subjects, area subjects and specialization in the main scenario at least to pass the character. Any subjects where no marks are given, must be conducted under the rules of the profession. In addition, the subject system scaffolding and practical apprenticeship be passed and a weighted average of apprenticeship characters, where the nature of the written exam are included with 1/4 and grade for the practical with 3.4 to be a pass character.
6.3. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal training (apprenticeship) to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.3.1. The Technical Committee may endorse companion letter of award for a job well apprenticeship with the terms assumed with praise, assumed with bronze or assumed with silver.
Annex 14
Træfagenes building training
1. The Aim and division
1.1. Træfagenes Construction Education The overall objective of the student through comprehensive school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:


1. Planning and execution of the society to the subject commonly asked assignments in the expected quality and in accordance with the laws, rules and traditions.


Second Participation in the planning and execution of special tasks in the art including innovative and problem-solving work.



Third Information search, selection and advice about materials, construction and assembly methods, and quality assurance and quality control.



Fourth Planning, organization and execution of tasks in cooperation with other professional groups in the workplace.



Fifth Application of laws and regulations related to construction, including fire safety, occupational health, tendering and bidding.



6th Planning and execution of the tasks in respect of the close, surrounding and global environment.



7th The industry's job and education and the establishment of self-employment.


1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one or more of the program specializations.
1.3. The program can be completed with the following specialties:


1. Carpentry.


Second Floor fitter.



Third Thatcher.



Fourth Alutømrer.


2. Duration and structure, etc..
2.1. The training lasts up to 4 years including the basic course. The duration is determined by the training agreement start date and the final apprenticeship exam date, so that the way to school students is a main course of at least 3 years and for internships way pupils and students in new apprenticeship a total duration of at least 3 years and 6 months of training agreement start date. The end of the program coincides with companion completion of the test. Dates for companion tests shall be determined in the curriculum.
2.2. School classes in the main program lasts 30 weeks for specialization carpenter, thatcher and alutømrer and 26 weeks for the thesis flooring contractor.
2.3. School classes in the main program is divided into at least five school periods with intervening practice periods.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program's main program is that students can:


1. read, execute and work for sketches and accurately dimensioned working drawings and diagrams in relation to carrying out practical tasks, understand the symbols used and illustration methods, as well as perform accurately dimensioned working drawings and projection drawings electronically in a CAD program, including plotting, turning, omkante and unfold in plan and vertical image



Second use practical geometry in subscription and workshop activities, including design, market, calculate and control the most common angles, triangles and squares, and use the most common geometric descriptions of the components in the triangle, square, square, prism, cone and circle



Third take measurements and calculations and prepare material and parts lists for a given task or work drawing on the academic area with the use of material names, number, quantity, length and area,



Fourth use metrological methods and measurement tools in the markup, assembly, leveling and marketing, and use relevant metrological standards, levels, values ​​and tolerances



Fifth use and maintain the program's common hand tools and portable power tools, including error reporting power tools, as well as selecting appropriate tool for a given task in the academic area



6th find and use relevant information on the academic field of construction, tools, materials, occupational health and safety in written and electronic encyclopedias,



7th select wood, structural timber, sheet materials, floor boards, floor coverings, adhesives, putties, nails, brackets and screws for a given task in the academic area, including weed materials are vitiated by errors, omissions, pests, rot and fungus, as well as use the common concepts and word on wood, fasteners and sheet materials



8 thereof. opsnøre simple tasks within the academic scope of the profile and the timber



9th perform and hold simple floor, wall or roof structures with documentation and process control in view of the common rules for anchoring, bracing, fire, sound, light and moisture, and install windows and doors and perform simple tasks insulation of constructions



10th perform simple filler and bonding applications on floors and



11th perform and evaluate creative duties on the training field from predetermined requirements for functionality, form, design and aesthetics corresponding to the basic subject style, shape and color at level F.


3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the special competency in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements for establishing and trestle scaffold.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2.- 4.6., Is that students can:


1. leveling surfaces devote elevation and horizontal and vertical lines and select measuring instruments


Second organize a construction site taking into account the working environment, safety, access roads, waste, winter measures and welfare schemes



Third engage in preventive safety work, including the organization of the construction site or in the company,



Fourth perform quality control and documentation when receiving inspection, process control and final inspection, identifying the most common building defects on the thesis area



Fifth make item and quantity calculations of materials for common tasks on the thesis area



6th searches carried out in written and electronic encyclopedias for materials, safety, labor and instructions as well as laws and regulations



7th perform IT-based drawings or sketches for executing and documenting a practical task on the thesis area and perform freehand drawing for solving problems of detail



8 thereof. advise on the selection of materials and construction to a task taking into account the style, fire, moisture, sound insulation, cost, schedule and maintenance



9th communicate and make agreements with customers from knowledge of customer service and personal appearances,



10th communicate about the work situation in a foreign language abroad or with foreign colleagues or business partners



11th select dimensions, materials, tools and safety equipment for a given task,




12th lay up strokes floors, build and hold light interior walls and occupy interior walls,



13th make proper execution of floor and wall construction in a wet room under the applicable provisions



14th lay wood flooring with parquet or boards,



15th construct, prop and mount tagværker and rafters,



16th construct, draw and build valm- and kelkonstruktioner,



17th perform underlay solutions



18th conduct exchanges and install skylights and skylight in the roof and carrying out associated enclosure for a given roof structure



19th install interior and exterior doors and windows with interior and exterior finishes and grouting.



20th construct, draw and mount plankekel and dormer lined,



21st designing and installing valley gutters,



22nd batten roof for a given material,



23rd performing terminations with the eaves, including eaves of rogues,



24th perform galvbeklædninger, soffit and eaves boards



25th identify and repair rot and fungal damage.



26th constructing and building constructions with the outer wall coverings,



27th set ceilings and surfaces of ceilings



28th mount cabinet components and furniture



29th measure, perform, order and establish stairs



30th carry out thatching work in accordance with traditions and local character,



31 December. designing and installing a curved dormer window and interior finishes,



32nd performing fire protection in relation to the shingled roofs,



33rd make leveling and alignment of walls and flooring



34th assess and prepare the surface



35th mount and lime carpets, vinyl and linoleum on the floors, walls and stairs,



36th welding and trådfuge resilient floor coverings



37th perform loose laying and bonding of wood flooring with parquet or boards,



38th perform list work at the end between floor and wall and nosings and profiles



39th perform decorations and borders in floors,



40th abrading and surface treating wooden floors,



41st carry out management and electrostatic floor structures,



42nd perform joints with soft sealant,



43rd work with standing floor tools



44th drawing, designing and installing windows and doors in aluminum,



45th drawing, designing and installing bay windows and dormers and pyramid, roof and wall constructions finishes, glass fitting and flashings aluminum



46th advise on different glass types and their use and



47th use technology and processing machines for tasks in the thesis.


4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., Nos. 1-11 shall apply to all specialties in education.
4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 12-29, the specialization program carpenter.
4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 12-14 and 33- 43, the specialization program floorlaying.
4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 15-25 and 30-32, the specialization program thatcher.
4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 15-19 and 44-47, the specialization program alutømrer.
5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum for the degree program within the overall framework set out in the Order on vocational training.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. For students in the specialties flooring contractors and alutømrer holds the school as part of the last school period, a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. The exam consists of a project based on a case by up to 2 weeks with an oral test that lasts 30 minutes and is based on student project.
6.1.2. The project work completes school education into vocational and bound specialization. The project work includes performing solutions, drawings, measuring, material list with reasoned choice of materials, choice of machines and tools, safety, work and timetable and practical product. The oral exam will present the student's project and discuss the product and the chosen solution. The student can during the oral examination use abrasive or models and demonstrate techniques, tools, etc.
6.1.3. Is given on the basis of an overall assessment, a character in theory for drawing, surveying and fagteoretisk knowledge as well as a character in internship for practical product and work organization.
6.2. For students in the specialties of carpentry and thatcher holds the school as part of the last school period, a final test. The sample represents the theoretical part of the apprenticeship test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.2.1. The exam consists of a project based on a case by up to 1 week duration with an oral test that lasts 30 minutes and is based on student project.
6.2.2. The project work completes school education into vocational and bound specialization. The project work includes performing solutions, drawings, measuring, material list with reasoned choice of materials, choice of machines and tools, safety, work and timetable and practical product. The oral exam will present the student's project and discuss the product and the chosen solution. The student can during the oral examination use abrasive or models and demonstrate techniques, tools, etc.
6.2.3. An overall grade for the project and the oral examination.
6.2.4. For the thesis carpenter also holds a character test. Character test is after the trade committee determining electronically based, in terms of base sequence and replying or elements thereof. A grade of evidence sample.
6.3. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character in each area subjects in the main scenario, in each of the bound specialization and in each final exam.
6.4. After completion of the last school period of specialization carpenter and thatcher holds the academic committee the practical part of the apprenticeship test. It is a condition of participating in companion test that issued school certificate.
6.4.1. Svend examination consists of a practical task, the execution of which form the basis for the assessment.
6.4.2. Students' test resolved within a period of 1 week.
6.4.3. The exam is assessed by four manageable masters appointed by the Technical Committee.
6.4.5. The company reports the student apprenticeship by sending internship declaration and payment of apprenticeship fee.
6.5. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal training (apprenticeship) to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.5.1. On the companion letter states each sample character and the overall result of journeyman test, which is the average of the test scores.
6.5.2. The Technical Committee may endorse companion letter of award for a job well apprenticeship with the terms assumed with praise, bronze and silver.
6.6. If the student fails the journeyman test, the student can enroll for a new trial. The Technical Committee may in special cases allow the student to participate in a second trial.
6.7. Complaints in connection with the companion sample is determined by the Technical Committee. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply, unless otherwise provided in the curriculum or in an apprenticeship regulations issued by the Technical Committee.
Annex 15
Plumber programs
1. The Aim and division
1.1. Plumber programs the main purpose, to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:



1. Design, installation, assembly, installation, and collection of plants and distribution systems for gas, oil, renewable energy, heat, water, and drainage by small and large heat-producing and -fordelende plants, hot water and hot water production systems, piping associated with treatment plants mm. and ordinary thin sheet and of covering and common welds and solders in connection with installation work.


Second Installation and servicing tasks on total systems for heat production, heat distribution, hot water production, water and drainage for service, inspection, repair and adjustment of gas and oil-fired boiler, fuel and other heating and energy according to the rules in the area as well as installation and servicing of programmable command and control automatics in the art.



Third Manufacture of components, fittings and appliances in sheet metal and assembly work on the decommissioning of sheet metal and slate by flashings on buildings and building elements. The tasks performed in connection with the construction and renovation of homes, properties, businesses and institutions.



Fourth Mounting, installation, commissioning, management, servicing and adjustment of air conditioning and ventilation, conducting environmental, energy, indoor climate and sound measurements and preparation of documentation and quality material.



Fifth Manufacturing, assembling, servicing and maintenance of structures, process plant, machinery, tanks, equipment and fittings in stainless steel materials for the food industry, pharmaceutical industry, hospital industry and the establishment of environmental measures, including wastewater treatment plants.


1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one or more of the program steps and specialties.
1.3. The program includes steps 1 pipe fitter, which are steps in the thesis plumbing and plumbing.
1.4. The program can be completed with the following specialties:


1. HVAC and energy specialist.


Second Plumbing and plumbing (step 2).



Third Ventilation Engineer.



Fourth Stainless industrial engineer.


2. Duration and structure, etc..
2.1. The program step 1 3 years and 6 months, including the baseline scenario. School classes in the main program lasts 30 weeks. The program step 2 HVAC and plumbing items 6 months. School classes in the main program lasts 10 weeks. The program's other specialties plumbing and energy specialist ventilation technician and stainless industrial engineer lasts 4 years. The school teaching in the main scenario for these specialties lasts 40 weeks.
2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least three school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at level 1, and at least one school period for step 2 HVAC and plumbing. The school teaching in other specialties divided into at least four school periods with intervening practice periods.
3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario
3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start the program main program is that students can


1. select materials for simple water and drainage systems in buildings and install simple water and sewer systems and less central heating systems in buildings based on standards and rules


Second under the direction typing heating and starting small heaters



Third explain simple IT-based monitoring and management automation controls on energy installations



Fourth assess tyndpladematerialers usability, assembly and machining methods and calculate, develop and produce round and half round pieces of sheet metal and hold and repair artificial slate with simple flashings



Fifth explain the ventilation plant construction and operation and make simple measurements of air flows and balancing them by proportional method



6th organizing and carrying out welding work on the basis of rules for a health and safety controlled work, form the pipes and nozzles by flame cutting and fusing and autogensvejse butt in pipes and flanges on pipes in position PA and maintain autogensvejse- and flame cutting equipment



7th use simple heat technical calculations and metrology methods for current, voltage, resistance and power from safety,




8 thereof. read blueprints and diagrams from the knowledge of real-life basic drawing techniques and projection drawing, including symbols and illustration methods



9th perform sketches and working drawings, including imaging and unfolding in relation to carrying out practical tasks



10th perform an electronic working drawing from the knowledge of basic technique in a CAD program,



11th take measurements and calculations and prepare material and parts lists using material names, number, quantity, length and area,



12th use metrological methods and measurement tools in the markup, assembly, leveling and marketing and



13th use appropriate metrological standards, levels, values ​​and tolerances.


3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the special competency in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements to work with thermal welding and to establish and trestle scaffold.
4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.7. is that students can:


1. plan, execute and perform quality control tasks within the work and the specialization required by the rules for quality assurance and environmental management,


Second carry out the work within the given time frame and in accordance with safety regulations and safety regulations for materials, equipment, workplace design, equipment and own person



Third develop and use the documentation for the working task performance, including the use of literature, laws and regulations, information technology and norms for the area, including preparing reports,



Fourth apply user and installation manuals in English,



Fifth act and advise on environmental matters in connection with material and component selection and with the work carried out operations and maintenance,



6th incorporate the importance of energy efficiency in a global perspective,



7th incorporate innovation and entrepreneurship and suggest alternative options



8 thereof. perform common installation work in residential and industrial buildings, industrial facilities and institutions taking into account the laws and regulations, working methods and techniques



9th carry out gas installations and plumbing as well as install, repair and servicing fired and unfired energy installations under 135 kW,



10th renovate, service and replace the associated mechanical and electrical engineering components and fittings, including performing simple energy engineering calculations



11th perform common thin sheet and of covering and common welds and solders in connection with installation work



12th planning, sizing, installing and servicing power plants, heating plants, combined energy and low temperature systems and expansion systems,



13th installing and servicing programmable control and regulation automated systems in the art,



14.installere, balancing, troubleshoot and replace the automatic and mechanical and electrical engineering components and make energy-technical calculations, measurements and analysis, and guide users



15th unfold and process sheet and perform roof and wall covering in thin plate under the terms of corrosion and expansion ratio and perform roofing slate and accompanying underlay,



16th perform flashings associated with tagfladers penetrations and terminations, install gutters and downspouts and carry out renovation and repair of roofs and building components, including documentation and quality assurance,



17th service, balancing and troubleshoot air conditioning and ventilation as well as preparing documentation,



18th install, connect, program and set the controls and control automation systems for air conditioning and ventilation as well as perform measurements and analyzes of climate conditions,




19th dimension less air conditioning and ventilation, install the complete system and make changes to existing facilities, including the installation, connect, replace and connect mechanical and electrotechnical components form the tubes, profiles and sheets as well as perform associated welds and solders



20th perform common work within the stainless industry, including manufacturing and service installations in process plants in the food, pharmaceutical and hospital industry and environmental measures and performing sheet processing and welding engineering tasks related to working with stainless materials and



21st produce, process and post-process items in stainless materials and carry out industrial sheet metal working and tube mounting using mechanical and manual forming and welding technical working methods.


4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-7, applies to all levels and specialties in education.
4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 8-11, apply to the program step 1.
4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 8-10 and 12-14, the specialization program in HVAC and energy specialist.
4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 8-11 and 15-16, the specialization program in plumbing and plumbing.
4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 17-19, the specialization program ventilation technician.
4.7. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 20-21, the specialization program stainless industrial engineer.
5. Organisation of school instruction and training
5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.
6. Assessment and evidence etc.
6.1. For students who only need to implement the program step 1 plumber and students in the program specializations, organized by the School at the end of last school period of an apprenticeship test.
6.1.1. Svend exam consists of a written test, a project and an oral examination.
6.1.2. The written test lasts two hours and consists of tasks in basic subjects, area subjects and specialization subjects from all school education.
6.1.3. The project lasts 1.5 weeks and performed in the area subjects, bound specialization and optional special subjects. The project is based on a task and the student must plan, calculate, draw, execute, evaluate and document the executed processes and products.
6.1.4. The oral exam lasts 15 minutes and includes the student's account of the planning and execution of the project and for the performed processes function.
6.1.5. Grades are given for each sample. The results of the companion sample is calculated as a weighted average in which the individual characters are included with the following weights:


1. The written test: 20%.


Second The project: 70%.



Third The oral exam: 10%.


Eleven have passed when the weighted average is at least consist character.
6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character in companion sample and in all primary and area subjects in the main scenario. There must also be achieved consist character in each specialization, including elective specialization, unless otherwise provided in the rules of the profession. Any subjects that should not be passed, or where not graded, must be conducted under the rules of the profession.
6.2.1. If the student has not achieved pass grade in all basic subjects but is otherwise eligible, be issued school documents after school with the support of the Technical Committee based on an overall assessment determines that the student meets the objectives of school education case for additional training if necessary after additional training.
6.3. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee a companion letter to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.3.1. The Technical Committee may endorse companion letter of award for a job well apprenticeship with denominations job well or very well done.