Executive Order On Education In The Vocational Common Entrance Body And Style

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om uddannelserne i den erhvervsfaglige fællesindgang krop og stil

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Overview (table of contents) Annex 1

Annex 2

Annex 3 The full text of the Executive order on education in the vocational common entrance body and style

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

§ 1. The vocational training includes common input body and style with function and competence communities within the following main areas of employment:





1) Fitness,

2) Hairstyling and personal style and

3) Wellness, SpA and skin care.





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





1) Fitness instructor, see. Annex 1.

2) hairdresser, see. Annex 2.

3) Cosmetician, see. Annex 3.





(2). For the programmes referred to in paragraph 1 is that restricted to school education for students without training agreement.

§ 3. The indicative duration of school education in the compulsory part of the curriculum is 20 weeks in the in section 2 of the mentioned courses.

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





1) involved in customer service, including sell, advise and serve from a fundamental business understanding in relation to the industry and respond to customer behavior, cultural norms and values as well as the importance of personal appearance,

2) apply knowledge of the industry's history and development in the performance of tasks,

3) collaborate with others and contribute to the discussion and resolution of issues and thus take responsibilty for the professional, personal and social part of an workflow,

4) perform basic administrative and economic functions of client servicing and

5) apply basic ergonomic principles for the execution of tasks.





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





1) OSH 1.0 week

2) first aid and basic fire fighting 0.5 week and

3) Hygiene.





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

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

Date of entry into force and transitional provisions

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

(2). The following regulations are hereby repealed:





1) bekendtgørelse nr. 671 of 29. June 2005 concerning training for beauticians, and

2) bekendtgørelse nr. 138 by 1. March 2006 on training for hairdressers.





(3). The following guides are hereby repealed:





1) Guide No. 9509 by 5. August 2005 to bekendtgoerelse nr. 671 of 29. June 2005 concerning training for beauticians,

2) Guide No. 9561 of 1. August 2005 to bekendtgoerelse nr. 700 by 1. July 2005, as amended by executive order 749 of 21. July 2005 on the programme to the hairdresser.





(4). Students who have started on a training basic course or main course, can complete the basic course or main course in accordance with the existing rules referred to in article 6. However, paragraph 5.

(5). The school in the local education plan establishes any transitional arrangements for students who have begun training in accordance with the existing rules.
The Ministry of education, the 28. February 2008 P.M.V. Søren Hansen head/Christina S Annex 1

Fitness instructor

1. the purpose of education and breakdown

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




1. definition of fitness training program from a basic understanding of training purposes and Anatomy/Physiology.




2. Instruction and motivation of clients in a gym.






3. Safeguarding of customer service in a gym in accordance with company's service concept.





1.2. The learner must reach the established training objectives in the field of education thesis.

1.3. The training is completed with the thesis: Fitness instructor.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts 1 year and 6 months, including the basic cycle. School education in the main course lasts 7 to 8 weeks, including the final practical test. In education included a week's optional specialefag, which can be deselected by company and student in connection with the conclusion of the training agreement.

2.2. Pupils who passed the higher commercial examination, matriculation, higher technical exam, hf-exam or other training that can be equated with this, credited because the course and can begin school education in the main course without having completed the basic cycle.

3. specific competences prior to school education in main course

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




1. relate to sport, physical form and injury prevention, corresponding to the level of the basic subject Sport, level E,




2. relate to physical, hygiene and nutritional aspects in the promotion of health,






3. relate to innovation and personal and professional development in learning processes,






4. use general features of IT tools for the purpose of operating a fitness centers IT tools to Member Services and administration and






5. communicate orally and in writing in Danish and English for the purpose of basic customer service situations.





4. Competences for main course

4.1. main objectives of the course Competencies is that students can:




1. instruct in the use of cardio and weight training equipment,




2. provide guidance on and organise an individual program for training based on a healthy person's physical form and objective, including various training purposes,






3. evaluate the training together with the customer,






4. carry out guidance and instruction ethically defensible and properly, and hygienic






5. perform basic member service and administration, including complaints and complaints,






6. perform tasks in accordance with the company's service concept, quality requirements as well as internal procedures, including the procedure by doping suspicion and






7. perform tasks in compliance with security regulations.





5. organisation of school education and internship training

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

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. As part of the last school term the school organises a final test, which takes as its starting point in a case based on a grounded in work function in a fitness center. The rules of the ordonnance on exams and tests in vocational education are applicable.

6.1.1. At trial the day draws the pupil a case and get 30 minutes to prepare. In the preparation time must apply all the student written and printed devices. The examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment, and in the oral examination involved the theoretical basis, which is part of the case.

6.2. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have achieved beståkarakter in each of the area courses and the bound specialefag in the main course. The student must also have achieved a beståkarakter in the final sample

6.3. upon completion of training, the school shall issue a certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in the field of education.

6.3.1. The Technical Committee designing form for the diploma.
Annex 2

Barber

1. the purpose of education and breakdown

1.1. Training for hairdressers have as overarching purpose, to the student through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:




1. Execution of all types of clipping, frieze, permanent and hair dyeing and production of sketches, which shows common rock-and friserings techniques on both ladies and gentlemen.




2. Application of technical, theoretical and general skills, which gives conditions for continuing education and training to develop his skills.






3. Prerequisites to independently and in collaboration with others to solve various industry-related issues.





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

At the end of the training the student must have obtained level 2 step (B) in Developing guidelines for the European Social Dialogue Programme, Hairdressing, which corresponds to the European standard for basic skills in hairdressing


1.3. the Programme contains the step: Hairdressing trainee.

1.4. The training is completed with the thesis: Hairdressing (step 2).

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1 lasts 3 years, including the basic cycle. School education in the main gradient step 1 lasts 32 weeks. Step 2 lasts 1 year. School education in the main gradient's step 2 products 8 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least four periods with intermediate school apprenticeships for students in step 1, for pupils at step 2, school education is implemented as one single school period.

2.3. For pupils who have completed the training for beauticians, the training lasts up to 3 years, including a basic course that includes the specific competences in section 3.1.

2.4. For pupils who have completed other vocational education and training, the training lasts up to 3 years and 3 months, including a basic course that includes the specific competences in section 3.1.

3. specific competences prior to school education in main course

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




1. carry out dyeing of eyebrows and eyelashes, as well as correction of brows,




2. perform shampoo and scalp massage with associated diagnosis,






3. under the guidance of performing classical and commercial formstyling of the men's and women's hairstyle, which includes everything from waves to langthårsopsætning with the use of different methods and tools,






4. under the guidance of performing and drawing the four basic rock forms and subsequently integrate forms into basic haircuts,






5. under the guidance to use the subject's basic theory and terminology to schedule, solve, evaluate and present work tasks,






6. under the guidance apply basic color techniques and perform structural treatments with green and chemical products, including related diagnosis and index cards,






7. in the performance of all tasks, select and use ergonomically correct tools and postures, including placing combs and scissors in the correct hand positions, as well as handle the hair dryer in the right hand during the execution of different hairstyle directions, so as to avoid awkward postures,






8. explain how to protect themselves and the environment when working in hairdressing salon with the chemical and green products, as well as an account of how the customer is protected against chemical products and thereby avoid allergic reactions,






9. search the knowledge base in industry-relevant sources of information, including the Danish authorities ' regulations, the EU cosmetics directive and "The eco-savvy salon",






10. under the guidance to comply with the hygiene principles, which relate to the personal, working equipment and work and






11. apply knowledge of the Decepticons ' functionality, including could apply colors to express support or correct forms.





3.2. It is a condition for the start of school education in the main course that the student has passed the basic gradient's final try.

4. Competences for main course

4.1. main objectives of the course, without prejudice to the competence. However, sections 4.2 and 4.3, is that students can:




1. make customer service including sales and service,




2. comply with the rules of hygiene in the salon, including personal and occupational hygiene,






3. apply the professional theories within the industry,






4. perform all kinds of chemical treatments,






5. perform shearing, cutting and beard haircut,






6. perform day and evening make-up,






7. perform all kinds of mens and Womens hairstyle design






8. understand and use specialist terminology as pivot point international business






9. apply innovative skills in industry-related task solutions,






10. perform the statutory daily posting on startup of own company






11. use the green products with related theory,






12. make attaching the extension/fix hårdele,






13. carry out all kinds of advanced mens and Womens hairstyle design, including modern styling,






14. perform the wedding and evening hair,






15. perform tasks within the Lady and Lord trend, including chemical colorations and structure treatments and






16. relate to the industry's latest technologies and trends.





4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-12 + 16 applies to all stages of education.

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

5. organisation of school education and internship training

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

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. Training step 1 for hairdressing trainee terminates with a try. The test shall be reported only by students who quit with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, a Hairdresser trainee, holds the school a final try, see. section 6.1. The sample represents a journeyman's test. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.1. The test consists of tasks within the workspaces that are associated with the area-and specialefag in step 1. The aggregate sample may consist of both an oral and a practical test, where the composition as well as the number of disciplines determined by a task Committee set up by the Technical Committee.

6.2.2. Sample has a duration of 8 hours and should be phased out on 1 day. At the beginning of the test the censors must ascertain whether all models are of such a quality that the test can be carried out safely. The Technical Committee determines whether the disciplines for the test to be performed on the student's own models or draw models. Draw the models can be practice heads.

6.2.3. the test is based on practical exercises, but may contain a requirement that the pupil oral face of censors must account for the task solution.

6.2.4. the school notifies students try the disciplines associated with the evaluation criteria no later than 4 weeks before the test is held.

6.3. After the end of the last school period in step 2, hairdresser, is organising the Technical Committee a final test in the form of a journeyman's test. It is a condition to participate in the sample, the journeymen issued school certificate, see. section 6.4.

6.3.1. Journeyman's examination consists of tasks within the workspaces associated with the area-and specialefag. The total journeymen sample may consist of both an oral and a practical test. The composition shall be determined by the Technical Committee. Every journeyman's test contains 9 disciplines.

6.3.2. Journeymen sample has a duration of 16 hours and should be phased out in 2 days. At the beginning of the test to be journeymen actors masters determine whether all models are of such a quality that the test can be carried out safely. The Technical Committee determines whether the disciplines for the journeyman's test to be performed on the student's own models or draw models. Draw the models can be practice heads.

6.3.3. Journeyman's test is based on practical exercises, but may contain a requirement that the pupil oral opposite actor the Masters must account for the task solution.

6.3.4. test the disciplines associated with the criteria for assessment are published electronically at www. frisorfaget.dk, no later than 4 weeks before the journeyman's test is held.

6.3.5. The Technical Committee shall appoint 4 spectacle champions with an equal number of employers ' and workers ' page. Film masters participant throughout the journeyman's test duration.

6.3.6. Review about journeymen try to frisørfagets Joint Committee takes place at the school's request. The detailed provisions are described in the education system.

Evidence

6.4. For the issue of the school certificate, the student in the main process have achieved at least beståkarakteren in all final stand point and exam grades in the area-and specialefag, and an average score of at least beståkarakteren of all diplomas and progress assessment grades where there isn't an exam in nature, in basic subjects and electives together.

6.4.1. For pupils who quit with step 1 for hairdressing trainee, sample in section 6.2. be passed.

6.4.2. Pupils who did not pass the final test, see. paragraph 6.2., or who is prevented from completing the test due to illness, should be up to the new test in all disciplines.

6.5. in the case of pupils who complete with step 2 for hairdressing, journeymen test be passed.

6.5.1. Each actor champion gives a character for each discipline. The student has passed the journeyman's test, if the student in each discipline has obtained applicable beståkarakter or more. The grade is calculated as an average of the 4 characters in the individual discipline mestres spectacle.

The average in each discipline shall be calculated with 1 decimal place. There is no rounding place by average calculations.


6.5.2. Students who fail the test, journeymen are entitled to a new trial in the journeymen disciplines that are not passed. If the student is unable to attend or complete the journeyman's test due to illness, the pupil has the right to a journeyman's try at a later time. The Technical Committee shall determine the time of the test. The student can usually only participate in a journeyman's test 2 times. The Technical Committee may however, in exceptional cases, dispense from here.

6.6. When done with step 1, the school will issue a certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in training hairdressing trainee.

6.6.1. The Technical Committee designing form for the diploma.

6.6.2. By the end of training with step 2, the Technical Committee shall issue a journeyman's letter to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in training Barber.

6.6.3. For pupils who quit with step 1, hairdresser aspirant, is applied to the result of the final sample referred to in article 6. section 6.2. For students who complete with step 2 is applied to the result of the journeyman's test, see. AFS. 6.3.

6.7. For students who complete training step 1, please indicate the designation: "passed".

6.7.1. For students who complete training step 2, the Technical Committee may sign the letter about assigned journeymen honors with one of the following designations:

Accepted with praise.

Accepted with the bronze medal.

Assumed with the silver medal.

Accepted with gold medal.

6.7.2. The Technical Committee shall notify the student of the outcome of journeymen sample see. section 6.3.

6.7.3. when the final test in step 1, see. section 6.2. applied assessment: "pass/fail".

6.8. Students can submit a complaint to the Technical Committee over matters relating to journeymen sample if the complaint is justified in circumstances corresponding rules on appeals against samples in order on tests and exams in vocational education. The Technical Committee shall decide whether there will be reassessment or given offers of catch-up session, or if the complaint cannot be upheld. Complaints about the journeyman's test shall be submitted to the Technical Committee no later than 2 weeks after the result of the test is granted journeyman eleven.
Annex 3

Cosmetician

1. the purpose of education and breakdown

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




1. Execution of all kinds of skin and beauty care, facial massage, day and evening make-up, camouflage techniques, manicure with massage, body and cosmetic foot treatment, depilering, wraps, saunagus, tub/shower-bath systems.




2. Application of knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology, dermatology, chemistry, nutrition, preparation learning, microbiology, plastic surgery, epilation, laser/IPL, skin analysis and machine learning in connection with execution of the treatments.






3. Application of technical, theoretical and general skills, which gives conditions for continuing education and training to develop his skills.






4. conditions for independently and in collaboration with others to solve various industry-related issues.





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

1.3. Training includes education: Wellnessassistent.

1.4. The training is completed with the thesis: Cosmetician (step 2).

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1 lasts 1 year and 6 months, including the basic cycle. School education in the main gradient step 1 lasts 9 weeks. Step 2 lasts 1 year. School education in the main gradient's step 2 items 19 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be implemented as a single school term for pupils at step 1. For students in step 2 are to be broken down school education in at least 2 school periods with intermediate training period.

2.3. For pupils who have completed the training to the hairdresser, cosmetician training lasts up to 2 years, including a basic course that includes the specific competences in section 3.1.

2.4. For pupils who have completed other vocational training, training for beauticians lasts up to 2 years and 3 months, including a basic course that includes the specific competences in section 3.1.

3. specific competences prior to school education in main course

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




1. under the guidance to perform cosmetic facial treatment with facial massage including decollete, in the 5 principles of massage,




2. under the guidance to perform ethical body peeling on gentlemen and ladies including beds of site and identification of the body during the execution,






3. carry out dyeing of eyebrows and eyelashes, as well as correction of brows, with the use of morphology,






4. perform all kinds of day, evening and glasses make up with color understanding in contrasting and complimentary colors (cold and warm),






5. explain the correct use of steam bath/sauna, Finnish sauna, hamam and cold/hot tubs,






6. clean the pool area and hot tub responsibly, including take water samples and report any of these, in order to ensure a proper hygiene,






7. in the light of the knowledge of other countries ' historic SpA cultures form part of the Danish SpA culture. Including could form the overall experiences for clients in the SpA environment with background in knowledge of mental and physical activity, nutrition, and water importance for well-being,






8. apply knowledge of the Decepticons ' functionality, including applying colors to express support or correct forms,






9. use the basic theory within the subject's discipline-specific competences to schedule, solve, evaluate and present the work assignments, 10. explain how to protect himself by work in kosmetikerfaget, including dyeing of brows and lashes, fruit acid peels, enzyme peeling, varnish remover and varnish as well as an account of how the customer is protected against chemical products and thereby avoid allergic reactions,






11. search the knowledge base in industry-relevant sources of information, including the Danish authorities ' regulations and the EU cosmetics directive and






12. under the guidance to comply with the hygiene principles, which relate to the personal, working equipment and work.







3.2. It is a condition for the start of school education in the main course that the student has passed the basic gradient's final try.





4. Competences for main course

4.1. main objectives of the course, without prejudice to the competence. However, sections 4.2 and 4.3, is that students can:




1. carry out customer service, including sales and service,




2. comply with the hygiene requirements in treatment areas, including personal and occupational hygiene,






3. apply the professional theories within the industry,






4. perform all kinds of cosmetic facial and body treatments, including treatments at the hands and feet,






5. perform facial treatment with massage, facial with extraction, well-being body massage and treating the back with extraction,






6. perform depilering,






7. perform pedicures and manicures,






8. carry out makeup with mineral products






9. carry out dyeing of brows and lashes with the use of morphology,






10. perform camouflage makeup technique






11. failing treatments based on professional knowledge about contradictions,






12. failing treatments from professional knowledge of dermatologien,






13. provide information on legislation on cosmetic treatments from the health protection agency,






14. communicating, epilation, laser/IPL and plastic surgery,






15. results-oriented use acid-/basebaserede products in treatments,






16. advising and guiding clients on the implications of various lifestyle-related nutrition,






17. consider innovation in industry-related task solutions,






18. perform the statutory daily handling of general journal at startup of own business and






19. to deal with the industry's latest technologies and trends.





4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-11 + 19 applies to all stages of education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 12 – 18 applies to training step 2.

5. organisation of school education and internship training

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

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. Training step 1 to wellnessassistent finishes with a try. The test shall be reported only by students who quit with that step.


6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1 to the wellnessassistent holds the school a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.1. The test consists of tasks within the workspaces associated with the area-and specialefag in step 1. The aggregate sample is made up of both an oral and a practical test. The composition and the number of disciplines determined by a task Committee, set up by the Technical Committee.

6.2.2. Sample has a duration of 5 hours and should be phased out on 1 day. At the beginning of the test the censors must ascertain whether all models are of such a quality that the test can be carried out safely. The responsible school determines whether the disciplines for the test to be performed on the student's own models or draw models.

6.2.3. the test is based on practical exercises, as well as the requirement that the pupil oral face of censors must account for the task solution.

6.2.4. test the disciplines and the evaluation criteria is awarded to pupils at the latest 1 week before the settlement.

6.3. After the end of the last school period in step 2, cosmetician, shall be borne by the Technical Committee, a final test in the form of a journeyman's test. It is a condition to participate in the sample, the journeymen issued school certificate, see. section 6.4.

6.3.1. Journeyman's examination consists of tasks within the workspaces associated with the area-and specialefag. The total journeymen sample consists of both an oral and a practical test. Composition as well as the number of disciplines shall be determined by the Technical Committee. Every journeyman's test contains one task on the basis of selected specialefag and 2 individual disciplines.

6.3.2. Journeymen sample has a duration of 8 hours and should be phased out in one day. At the beginning of the test to be journeymen actors masters determine whether all models are of such a quality that the test can be carried out safely. The Technical Committee determines whether the disciplines for the journeyman's test to be performed on the student's own models or draw models.

6.3.3. The learner must perform practical exercises, where test events judged by kosmetikerfagets assessment level which contains the requirement that the student orally over for film Masters must account for the task solution.

6.3.4. test the disciplines associated with the criteria for assessment are published electronically at www. frisorfaget.dk, no later than 4 weeks before the journeymen of the test execution.

6.3.5. The Technical Committee shall designate spectacle champions with an equal number of employers ' and workers ' page. Film masters participant throughout the journeyman's test.

6.3.6. Review about journeymen test for the Technical Committee takes place at the school's request. The detailed provisions are described in the education system.

Evidence

6.4. For the issue of the school certificate, the student in the main process have achieved at least beståkarakteren in all final stand point and exam grades in the area-and specialefag, and an average score of at least beståkarakteren of all diplomas and progress assessment grades where there isn't an exam in nature, in basic subjects and electives together.

6.4.1. For pupils who quit with step 1 to wellnessassistent, the test in section 6.2. be passed.

6.4.2. Pupils who did not pass the final test, see. paragraph 6.2., or who is prevented from completing the test due to illness, should be up to the new test in all disciplines.

6.5. in the case of pupils who complete with step 2 to beauticians, journeyman test be passed.

6.5.1. Each actor champion gives a character for each discipline. The student has passed the journeyman's test, if the student in each discipline has achieved beståkarakteren or more. The grade is calculated as an average of the plays ' characters in each discipline. The average in each discipline shall be calculated with 1 decimal place. There is no rounding place by average calculations.

6.5.2. Students who fail the test, journeymen are entitled to a new trial in the journeymen disciplines that are not passed. If the student is unable to attend or complete the journeyman's test due to illness, the pupil has the right to a journeyman's try at a later time. The Technical Committee shall determine the time of the test. The student can usually only participate in a journeyman's test 2 times. The Technical Committee may however, in exceptional cases, dispense from here.

6.6. When done with step 1, the school will issue a certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in the field of training wellnessassistent.

6.6.1. The Technical Committee, design the form for the diploma.

6.6.2. By the end of training with step 2, the Technical Committee shall issue a journeyman's letter to the student, as evidence that the student has achieved competence in training beauticians.

6.6.3. For pupils who quit with step 1, wellnessassistent, is applied to the result of the final sample referred to in article 6. section 6.2. For students who complete with step 2, cosmetician, applied to specialty profile, as well as the outcome of journeymen sample, see. section 6.3.

6.7. For students who complete training step 1, please indicate the designation: "passed".

6.7.1. For students who complete training step 2, the Technical Committee may sign the letter about assigned journeymen honors with one of the following designations:

Accepted with praise.

Accepted with the bronze medal.

Assumed with the silver medal.

Accepted with gold medal.

6.7.2. The Technical Committee shall notify the student of the outcome of journeymen sample see. section 6.3.

6.7.3. when the final test in step 1, see. paragraph 6.2., used the assessment: "pass/fail".

6.8. Students can submit a complaint to the Technical Committee over matters relating to journeymen sample if the complaint is justified in circumstances corresponding rules on appeals against samples in order on tests and exams in vocational education. The Technical Committee shall decide whether there will be reassessment or given offers of catch-up session, or if the complaint cannot be upheld. Complaints about the journeyman's test shall be submitted to the Technical Committee no later than 2 weeks after character for the journeyman's test are notified to the pupil.