Ordinance On Vocational College Education In The Field Of Textile, Clothing, Design And Business (Design Technologist Ak)

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om erhvervsakademiuddannelse inden for tekstil, beklædning, design og business (designteknolog 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 textile, clothing, design and business (design 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 the textile, clothing, design and business is to qualify the trained to independently carry out work to plan, organize and carry out assignments in the textile, clothing, design and business in connection with the design, production, business, marketing and retail.

(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 textile, clothing, design and business gives the right to use the title design technologist AK. The English title is AP Graduate in Design, Technology and Business.

(3). The term of education is the Academy Profession Degree Programme in Design, Technology and Business.

§ 3. The training consists of:





1) Mandatory educational elements with a total extent of 30 ECTS credits, which are common for the students.

2) 5 captive study areas, each of which has an extent of 45 ECTS credits, and of which the students choose one:





a) Design.

b) production.

c) Business.

d) marketing.

e) Retail.





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) Design comprehensive design process, value philosophy and aesthetics.

2) Business comprehensive company, trade and communication.

3) Technology comprehensive technology, human and environment.





(3). Study orientation in design, see. (1). 2 (a), are organised in the following core areas:





1) Design process.

2) Visual communication.

3) Trend and sociology.





(4). Student orientation in the production of the basic regulation. (1). 2 (b), are organised in the following core areas:





1) Technology.

2) product development.

3) quality management.





(5). Study direction within business, see. (1). 2 (c), are organised in the following core areas:





1) Trade.

2) logistics.

3) communication.

4) product knowledge.





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





1) communication.

2) concept development.

3) management.





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





1) Visual merchandising.

2) Retail Management.

3) Retail Marketing.





§ 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. 628 of 18. June 2007 on vocational college education (AK) in the textiles, clothing and design (design 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 6. July 2009 P.M.V. E.B. Peder Michael S head/s Annex 1

Targets for learning outcomes for Business Academy training in the textile, clothing, design and business

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

Knowledge

The trained design technologist has knowledge of




1) design process, value philosophy and aesthetics,

2) company,

3) trade,

4) human and environmental,

5) technology and

6) communications.




 





The trained within the direction of study design as well as knowledge of




1) design and design process,

2) materials,

3) Visual communication,

4) trend and sociology and

5) market.




 





The graduates within study direction production also has knowledge of




1) product development and manufacturing,

2) quality assurance,

3) materials,

4) it tools and

5) communication.




 





The graduates within study direction business also has knowledge of




1) trade,

2) economy,

3) logistics and supply chain management,

4) communication,

5) product characteristics and

6) law school.




 





The graduates within study direction marketing also has knowledge of




1) marketing disciplines and tools,

2) Organization and management,

3) market,

4) communication,

5) international market perspectives and

6) trend, fashion and lifestyle.




 





The graduates within study direction retail also has knowledge of




1) marketplace,

2) trend, fashion and lifestyle,

3) basic commercial disciplines,

4) material characteristics,

5) analytical methods and

6) relevant legislation.



Skills

The trained design technologist can




1) assess problems in the individual parts of a company's value chain and apply fundamental theories and methods for the solution of these,

2) convey solutions to relevant parties, orally and in writing, including the use of relevant terms and terminology

3) evaluate the relationship between price, quality, product and target audience, as well as

4) apply relevant it programmes.




 





The trained within the direction of study design can also




1) collect and assess trends, market and target groups needs to use for design development,

2) apply theory and method for concept development, design, and product development as well as make aesthetic evaluation,

3) apply innovative approaches with a focus on industry and user needs,

4) disseminating technical and Visual solutions, trends, ideas, designs and products as well as in writing and orally

5) assess and select materials.




 





The graduates within study direction production can also




1) assess and implement product development and product manufacturing processes,

2) disseminate and demonstrate products to the technical part of the value chain,

3) evaluate product solutions based on your business needs and business relationships,

4) use tools and equipment in connection with the design, product development and product manufacturing, as well as

5) assess and select materials from a product's requirements specification.




 





The trained within the direction of study business can also




1) assess the trade implications of the company's idea and strategy,

2) perform supplier Locator, supplier assessment and selection of suppliers,

3) assess the market in order to engage and develop partnerships,

4) apply appropriate it tools and management systems,

5) assess various materials properties and applications as well as

6) resolve trade tasks, taking into account national and international laws and regulations.




 





The graduates within study direction marketing can also




1) assess and apply relevant theory in the field,

2) collect, process and assess the relevant market data,

3) work market oriented out from the company's value basis and in relation to the customer's needs,

4) evaluate a product or concept's market potential and

5) disseminate marketing processes nationally and internationally.




 






The graduates within study direction retail can also




1) organize and run the product range at the retail level,

2) draw up guidelines for the use of the detailleddets operation,

3) apply the relevant theories and tools in the context of retail marketing,

4) apply practical management and control tools in relation to detailleddets daily operation and

5) disseminate and present proposals for projects and ideas in a concept.



Competencies

The trained design technologist can




1) participate in professional and interdisciplinary collaborations within all stages of the value chain by developing a product or concept,

2 the work of communicative and innovative) with ideas for use in new contexts,

3) in a structured context, acquire new knowledge, skills and competencies in relation to the profession,

4) establish and maintain interdisciplinary networks and

5) handle resolution of empirical issues as well as the work of solution-oriented and innovative.




 





The trained within the direction of study design can also




1) participate in the development-oriented design and product development processes,

2) spot and translating trends for use in design development and

3) describe the needs and develop a design for a specific market or a specific audience based on industry knowledge.




 





The graduates within study direction production can also




1) draw up and implement solutions in product development and product manufacturing, including technology, choice of materials, quality assurance, and engineering,

2) manage production processes and

3) participate in a technical cooperation across the value chain with a professional approach.




 





The trained within the direction of study business can also




1) participate in disciplinary and interdisciplinary collaboration across the value chain,

2) handle international negotiations and negotiations with the company's internal and external collaborators,

3) participate in product development processes and

4) handle the company's material and goods flows, taking into account the company's organisational framework and economy.




 





The graduates within study direction marketing can also




1) participate in the optimization of the company's supply to market demand,

2) participate in the product development process from idea to launch,

3) handle the market introduction of new products and concepts,

4) handle project management and coordination and

5) plan and implement a marketing plan in practice nationally and internationally.




 





The graduates within study direction retail can also




1) participate in disciplinary and interdisciplinary cooperation in the development and maintenance of a retail concept,

2) communicate visually, in writing and orally in connection with retail marketing,

3) perform appropriate analyses and subsequent run concrete solutions and

4) participate in the development of a concept.