Overview (table of contents) Annex 1 The full text of the Ordinance on vocational college education in the field of network engineering and electronics (the IT Technologist AK)
Pursuant to section 22 and section 30 of Act No. 207 of 31. March 2008 on vocational college education and professional bacheloruddannelser are fixed:
§ 1. The purpose of the Business Academy training in network engineering and electronics is to qualify the trained to independently and using innovative methods to be able to work with project planning, design and construction of electronic and communication technical systems, including translate customer needs into technical solutions within the network and electronics respectively. Furthermore, the aim is to qualify the students to independently could conduct project-, quality-and resource management in the context of development and design tasks.
(2). The graduates must have knowledge, skills and competences, as set out in annex 1.
§ 2. Training, there is a full-time education is rated for 120 ECTS credits. 60 ECTS credits corresponding to a full-time student work in 1 year.
(2). Business Academy training in network engineering and Electronics gives it the right to use the title qualified IT Technologist AK. The English title is AP Graduate in IT Technology.
(3). The term of education is the Academy Profession Degree Programme in INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Network and Electronics Technology.
§ 3. The training consists of:
1) Mandatory educational elements with a total extent of 30 ECTS credits, which are common for the students.
2) 2 bound study areas, each of which has an extent of 45 ECTS credits, and of which the students choose one:
b) Network technology.
3) Internship with a total extent of 15 ECTS credits.
4) Optional training elements for each student have a total extent of 15 ECTS credits.
5) Final thesis 15 ECTS credits.
(2). The mandatory educational elements, see. (1). 1, is organised in the following core areas:
1) Electronic systems.
2) Communication technical systems.
3) Software development.
(3). Student orientation in the field of electronics, see. (1). 2 (a), are organised in the following core areas:
1) Electronic systems.
2) Embedded systems.
(4). Study orientation within the network technique, see. (1). 2 (b), are organised in the following core areas:
1) Network technical systems.
2) Advisory and consultative function.
(5). Diploma for completed education must in addition to the information contained in the notice of tests and examinations in vocational education, include a statement as to whether the graduates have completed study to the electronics technologist, see. paragraph 3, or network technologist, see. (4).
§ 4. The training shall be subject to the rules on vocational college education that is laid down in the Ordinance on vocational college education and professional bacheloruddannelser, including rules on purpose, level of knowledge, training, content and organization, duration and structure, access, teacher qualifications, tests and exam, academic regulations, and merit.
§ 5. The Ministry may allow derogation by Decree as part of trials. During experiments at the same time, the experiment duration and fixed reporting form.
(2). The Ministry may exempt from the Ordinance, when it is justified by exceptional circumstances.
§ 6. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. October 2009 and take effect for students who begin the training accordingly.
(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 626 of 18. June 2007 on vocational college education (AK) in the field of communications technology and electronics (IT-and electronics technologist AK).
(3). The educational institution may organise transitional arrangements so that students who follow the training after the previous rules, see. (2) can complete training in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance.
The Ministry of education, the 25. September 2009 P.M.V. Torben Kornbech Rasmussen head/s Annex 1
Targets for learning outcomes of vocational college education in the field of networking and electronics technology
Goals for learning yield include the knowledge, skills and competences which an it technologist must achieve in education.
The trained it technologist has knowledge of
1) communication and interface technique
2) programming technique
3) innovation, project management and business understanding, as well as advisory and consultative function and
4) technical mathematics.
The graduates within study direction network technique also has knowledge of
1) client and server technologies,
2) database systems,
3) network safety and
4) network design.
The graduates within study direction Electronics also has knowledge of
1) embedded systems,
2) electronics technology and design and
3) production techniques and management.
The trained it technologist can
1) evaluate technical solutions on the basis of the company's and customer's needs,
2) disseminate and documenting tasks and solutions to those who must perform the technical problem as well as to businesses and customers,
3) use tools and equipment in connection with the design, development and testing of hardware as well as software,
4) communicate in writing and orally in Danish and English, as well as
5) apply innovative approaches with a focus on user needs.
The trained within the direction of the network study technique may also
1) use network technology knowledge in connection with design, engineering, estimating costs, deployment, administration, operation and monitoring of complex networking solutions,
2) assess and disseminate technical network solutions appropriateness in relation to the company and the customer, as well as
3) use up-to-date tools for building, testing, and maintenance of database systems.
The graduates within study direction electronics can also
1) apply relevant CAE and simulation tools,
2) assess and select appropriate development model, as well as
3) build and deploy test systems.
The trained it technologist can
1) communicate, demonstrate, present and supporters of Danish and English in connection with internal and customer-facing relations, including handle documentation and presentation of projects,
2) handle as well as customer self-and team-based assignments,
3) acquire skills and new knowledge in the subject area,
4) independently handle technical project management tasks and
5) participate in practice immediate development processes.
The trained student orientation network technique can also
1) manage complex network solutions and systems in connection with internal and customer related advice and consulting services both strategically and technically,
2) cope with Analyzer, needs identification, solution, design, estimation of costs, development of requirements specification, design and planning of the network and security solutions, including direct, coordinate quality assurance and resource control, implementation and commissioning of all stages of a project as well as
3) Guide and coordinate relative to the administration, operation, monitoring, maintenance and problem solving on networks.
The trained within the direction of study electronics engineering can also
1) manage the design, development, construction, testing, testing, product development and documentation of electronic systems, products and prototypes as well as
2) handle analysis, construction, diagnosis, testing and service of the technology included in the work on electronic and information technology systems, taking into account economic, environmental and quality requirements.