Ordinance On Vocational College Education In The Field Of Agriculture (Jkf Ak)

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om erhvervsakademiuddannelse inden for jordbrug (jordbrugsteknolog AK)

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Overview (table of contents) Annex 1 The full text of the Ordinance on vocational college education in the field of agriculture (jkf 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 land use is to qualify the trained to independently carry out work to plan, organize and carry out the tasks associated with dissemination, advice, production and management in the field of agriculture.

(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 the field of Agriculture provide the educated right to use title jkf AK. The English title is AP Graduate in Agrobusiness and landscape management.

(3). The term of education is the Academy Profession Degree Programme in Agri-Business and landscape management.

§ 3. The training consists of:





1) Mandatory educational elements with a total extent of 40 ECTS-points that are common to the students.

2) 6 bound study areas, each of which has a scale of 40 ECTS credits, and of which the students choose one:





(a)) Jordbrugsøkonomi and business management.

b) Buildings and technology.

c) livestock production.

d) Plant production.

e) landscape and plants.

f) Environment and nature.





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 Exam project at 10 ECTS credits.





(2). The mandatory educational elements, see. (1). 1, is organised in the following core areas:





1) Globalization.

2) enterprise and learn.

3) management and communication.

4) agricultural management systems.





(3). Study orientation within the jordbrugsøkonomi and management, see. (1). 2 (a), are organised in the following core areas:





1) establishment and tax.

2) macroeconomics and strategy.

3) Institute of agricultural economic accounting, budget, and analysis.





(4). Study orientation within buildings and technique, see. (1). 2 (b), are organised in the following core areas:





1) basic agricultural engineering.

2) Used agricultural mechanization.

3) Used agricultural construction.





(5). Study orientation within livestock production, see. (1). 2 (c), are organised in the following core areas:





1) Animal biology.

2) animal production and breeding.

3) production planning and economy.





(6). Study orientation within plant production, see. (1). 2 (d), organized in the following core areas:





1) plants and soil.

2) plant growing and knowledge.

3) production planning and economy.





(7). Study orientation within the landscape and plants, see. (1). 2 (e), are organised in the following core areas:





1) design and construction of green areas and urban environments.

2) Operation and maintenance of green areas and urban environments.





(8). Study orientation in relation to the environment and nature, see. (1). 2 (f), are organised in the following core areas:





1) Nature, ecology and the environment.

2) design services and care.

3) landscape and environmental management.





§ 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. August 2009 and has effect for students who begin training 1. August 2009 or later.

(2). At the same time repealed Executive Order No. 623 of 18. June 2007 on vocational college education (AK) in the field of agriculture (jkf AK), Decree No. 564 of 23. July 1991 on higher technician education and training on the constructor level and executive order No. 372 out of 10. June 1993 on miljøtekniker training.

(3). In § 1, paragraph 1, no. 14, in order No. 645 of 30. June 2000 repealing certain training notices about short higher education under the Ministry of territory shall be deleted: "with the exception of the rules about training to production manager and fixed head".

(4). The educational institution may organise transitional arrangements so that students who follow the training to jkf according to the rules laid down in Decree No. 623 of 18. June 2007 on vocational college education (AK) in the field of agriculture (jkf AK), see. (2) 1. paragraph, can complete training in accordance with the provisions of this Ordinance.
The Ministry of education, the 6. July 2009 P.M.V. E.B. Peder Michael S head/s Annex 1

Targets for learning outcomes of vocational college education in the field of agriculture

Goals for learning yield include the knowledge, skills and competences, as a trained agricultural technologist must achieve in education.

Knowledge

The trained jkf has knowledge of




1) the industry's structure and position in society, nationally and globally,

2) used theories, methods and practices in relation to the profession,

3) theory and methodology in relation to information retrieval and dissemination of knowledge and

4) appropriate legal basis.




 





The trained within the study direction economy and business management as well as knowledge of




1) political, market and economic conditions is of importance for the agricultural sector,

2) financial management systems within the agricultural industry and

3) trade in agricultural companies.




 





The trained within the direction of the buildings and engineering study also has knowledge of




1) external mechanisation of agriculture in relation to biological, functional and economic requirements and

2) design and documentation of construction in relation to biological, functional and legal requirements.




 





The graduates within study direction livestock production also has knowledge of




1) animal biology, including Anatomy, Physiology, reproduction and genetics and biotechnology,

2) feedstuff jockeying and chemical composition in relation to feed conversion, feed intake, nutrient cycling and the surrounding environment,

3) behavioural biology in relation to animal welfare and production systems and

4) the main livestock diseases and their biology and disease symptoms, prevention and cure.




 





The trained within the direction of study plant production also has knowledge of




1) plant biology, including plant morphology, systematics, Anatomy, Physiology, reproduction as well as plant breeding and biotechnology,

2) soil conditions, nutrient turnover and cultivation technique in plant production and the surrounding environment and

3) pests, their biology and behaviour and regulation thereof.




 





The graduates within study orientation landscape and plants also have knowledge of




1) Earth, plants and plant communities of biological, ecological and environmental conditions,

2) management and maintenance of green areas

3) operating and construction management and

4) materials, construction and machinery.




 





The trained within the direction of study environment and nature also has knowledge of




1) ecology and environment in the field of soil and water environment, plants and animals,

2) legal framework and management within the landscape and the environment,

3) prevention of environmental problems in the open country,

4) nature management and nature quality and

5) environmental monitoring of land and water areas.



Skills

The trained jkf can




1) understand and disseminate knowledge about the company's organization, management, customization and development, apply management theories and disseminate professional knowledge,

2) assess production and service in relation to methods and legislation,

3) processing issues, develop solutions and assess their effect,

4) draw up coherent and realistic solutions and assess the effect of the proposed solutions and


5) apply appropriate management systems within the project, production, economics-, quality-and environmental management.




 





The trained within the study direction economy and business management may also




1) communicate and advise within economics,

2) collect, record and process relevant information for analysis of economic issues and

3) develop proposed solutions within the economic and strategic area and assess impact.




 





The trained within the direction of the buildings and study technique may also




1) devise strategies and disseminate knowledge on mechanisation in agriculture in relation to biological, functional and economic requirements and

2) projecting and documenting agricultural construction in relation to legislation, requirements for function as well as the involvement of economic and environmental aspects.




 





The graduates within study direction livestock production can also




1) use discipline-specific management and analysis tools and assess the results,

2) prepare and assess plans based on digestibility, feed quality, feed optimization, test results and legislation,

3) compile and assess the breeding and reproduction plans on the basis of breeding ratios and knowledge of biotechnology,

4) prepare plans of production management systems, device and application in relation to animal welfare and health and

5) prepare production economic forecasts and assess the production economy related to livestock production.




 





The trained within the direction of study plant production can also




1) use discipline-specific management and analysis tools and assess the results,

2) prepare and assess fertiliser and cultivation plans on the basis of legislation and test results,

3) evaluate prevention and control needs in relation to diseases and pests,

4) prepare production economic calculations, production schedules and budgets, as well as assess the production economy in plant production and

5) disseminate knowledge about plant production.




 





The graduates within study orientation landscape and plants may also




1) evaluate and apply research findings, industry norms and standards,

2) perform registration and collection of data, including surveying and marketing,

3) project, build, and maintain gardens and green areas, taking into account landscape, functionality and aesthetics,

4) assess, calculate and price put the FA-and care tasks,

5) evaluate plant growth conditions and establishment methods and

6) use industry-relevant software.




 





The trained within the direction of study environment and nature can also




1) collect data and make records of the condition of the soil, water and air as well as assess the results,

2) included in the design, management and maintenance of environmental improvement works,

3) survey, design and care for natural areas,

4) use it and relevant software, including GIS, and

5) disseminate knowledge about the environment and nature.



Competencies

The trained jkf can




1) handle complex and empirical issues at an analytical and methodical basis,

2) work innovative with method choice and solution of practical tasks,

3) participate in disciplinary and interdisciplinary collaboration and

4) acquire new knowledge and skills in relation to professionens development.




 





The trained within the study direction economy and business management may also




1) assess economic, managerial and strategic issues through the use of relevant theories, methods, tools and legislation,

2) handle tasks in the fields of Economics, management and strategy and

3) participate in the solution of specific tasks in the fields of Economics, management and strategy.




 





The trained within the direction of the buildings and study technique may also




1) manage and document construction in agriculture as well as deal with complex issues and

2) participate in the analysis of and strategies for external mechanization of agriculture.




 





The graduates within study direction livestock production can also




1) handle specific issues in the field of livestock production through the application of theory, methods, tools and legislation,

2) communicate and advise within livestock production and

3) combining the knowledge and skills in the field of animal production as well as assessing the sources and solutions.




 





The trained within the direction of study plant production can also




1) deal with concrete problems in plant production by application of theory, methods, tools and legislation,

2) advise and provide guidance to practitioners in the field of plant production,

3) combining the knowledge and skills in the field of crop production and assess sources and solutions and

4) participate in the experimental and testing tasks.




 





The graduates within study orientation landscape and plants may also




1) handle the suggestions in the application of relevant theories, methods, tools and legislation in the field of study direction,

2) participate in professional projects and cross-organizational collaborations,

3) assigning materials and constructions, assess the care needs and plan the care and

4) plan and conduct operational and construction management in relation to supply, logistics, economics and management.




 





The trained within the direction of study environment and nature can also




1) deal with proposed solutions to specific problems in relation to the environment and nature in the application of relevant theories, methods, tools and legislation,

2) assess and disseminate environment-and nature-related issues,

3) advise on and manage issues within the environment and the natural area and

4) plan and carry out registrations, measurements and sampling on the environment-and nature area.