Order On Vocational Training In Automation (Automation Technology Ak)

Original Language Title: Order on vocational training in automation (automationsteknolog AK)

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Overview (table of contents) Annex 1 The full text of the Executive Order on Academy training in automation (automation technology AK) Pursuant to section 22 and section 30 two of the Law No. 207 of 31 March 2008 on vocational education and professional education established for: § 1. Purpose of the business academy program automation is to qualify the student two independently and in collaboration with others two build, integrate and optimize operating systems for automation and technical systems. PCS. 2. The candidate must have knowledge, skills and competencies as specified in Appendix 1. § 2. The program, which is full-time, is 120 ECTS credits. 60 ECTS is equivalent to a full-time student in one year. PCS. 2. Business Academy Programme in automation provides the student the right to use the title automation technologist AK. The English title AP Graduate in Automation Engineering. PCS. 3. The program's English title is Academy Profession Degree in Automation Engineering. § 3. The program consists of: 1) Compulsory elements with a total extent of 65 ECTS points. 2) Internship with a total of 15 ECTS credits. 3) Optional training elements for each student has a total extent of 25 ECTS 4) Final examination of 15 ECTS credits. PCS. 2. The compulsory elements see. Paragraph. 1 pt. 1, organized in the following core areas: 1) Design and construction of an automatic device, including control technology, mechanical and physical modeling, electrical engineering system design according to current regulations, project development, configuration and programming. 2) Integration of automated devices, including regulation technology, configuration and programming, operator interface and communications technology. 3) System Design of automatic process and production lines, including communication technology, optimization, monitoring, operator interface and data processing and data exchange. 4) The company, including innovation, business acumen and project management. § 4. For the program, the rules on vocational training laid down in the Order on academic and professional programs, including rules on purpose, level, knowledge base, practical training, content and organization, duration and structure, access, teacher qualifications, tests and exams, curriculum and merit. § 5. The Ministry of Education may permit exemptions from the Order as part of trials. In experiments determined "while the experiment duration and reporting form. PCS. 2. The Ministry may grant exemptions from the Order, where justified by exceptional circumstances. § 6. This Order shall enter into force on 1 January 2010. The Ministry of Education, November 25, 2009 PMV Torben Kornbech Rasmussen Division/Jette skovbjerg Appendix 1 Targets for learning outcomes for vocational training in automation Learning objectives include the knowledge, skills and competencies, as a technologist must achieve automation in education. Knowledge Graduates have knowledge of 1) physical and mathematical theory underlying the technical systems in automation, 2) regulation and control engineering concepts, theories and methods used in automation and understand various technologies, applications, network technologies and protocols 3) that can be used for communication to different levels in an automatic plant and 4) innovation processes, business acumen and project management. Skills The student can 1) use technical, creative and analytical skills related to design, design, programming and configuration of control solutions in automation, 2) Assess practical problems in mechanics, electronics, control, regulation, monitoring and communication, and propose possible solutions, and 3) present practical issues and solutions two partners and users. Competencies The student must 1) Act project development at all stages of structuring, quality assurance and documentation of solutions taking into account existing rules and standards in the field of automation, 2) participate in professional and interdisciplinary collaboration with a professional approach, 3) acquire new knowledge in related to communication and automation field in a structured manner, 4) handle project management in all phases of the technical area , 5) operate and optimize automated process plants and 6) handle troubleshooting and servicing.