Order On Training For The Chiropodist

Original Language Title: Order On Training For Chiropodist

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Purpose and duration of education

Chapter 2 Access to education

Chapter 3 Merit

Chapter 4 Content and organization of the training

Chapter 5 Assessment

Chapter 6 Other provisions

Chapter 7 The entry into force, etc.

Completion of training for a podiatrist.

In accordance with section 15, in the law on health professionals and on health professional activities, cf. Law Order no. 1350 of 17. This is December 2008, and paragraph 1, paragraph 1. 2, and section 38 of the law on business-oriented institutions, cf. Law Order no. 938 of 22. September 2008, as follows :

Chapter 1

Purpose and duration of education

§ 1. The training for podiatrist training is that the student achieves professional and personal competencies that qualify for the pursuit of a podiatrist.

Paragraph 2. Training must qualify students to be able to perform preventative, processing, soaking and rehabilitating tasks in accordance with technical development and changing social needs and be able to collaborate with other professional groups and, therefore, participate in the solution to the health professional tasks.

§ 2. Training is carried out in educational establishments approved by the Minister for Education.

Paragraph 2. Training is 18 months.

§ 3. The student may be authorized after graduating as a podiatrist in accordance with the law on health professionals and on health professional activities.

Chapter 2

Access to education

§ 4. Access to the training shall have applicants who have fulfilled the universal service of the public, and which :

1) has achieved at least the character of 02 at the elementary school departure tests in each of the class Danish, mathematics and physics / chemistry, or

2) have other relevant experience corresponding to the following item (s). 1.

Paragraph 2. The training institution shall record the best applicants for training according to the guidelines laid down in the education system, cf. § 16.

Chapter 3


§ 5. Floats free of part of training on the basis of already obtained skills and competencies.

Paragraph 2. The school shall be required to make decisions pursuant to paragraph 1 1 in the greatest possible extent include the education and employment of pupils so far as education and employment can actually be placed on the basis of elements of education.

Paragraph 3. The exemption for samples may not be granted for the whole education or training centre for such a degree that the training cannot be considered to be carried out.

Chapter 4

Content and organization of the training

§ 6. The training contains theoretical and practical / clinical teaching in the ratio of 1:2. Taken together, the student, clinical, practical and educational skills, enables responsible health care for both healthy people and people with acute or chronic diseases.

§ 7. The training is divided into 3 modules and is arranged in such a way as to make 1. module provides for the general functions of the petherapist. The following 2 modules include the specific tasks of the footnote and is organised with an increasing degree of difficulty in such a way that the last module includes the foot therapist's self-employed delivery of the footwork areas of the fooliqueal region. The administrative functions of the footprint are contained in all the modules of the training.

§ 8. The theoretical part of the training shall consist of the following professional areas, each of which accounts for approximately the following percentages of the total of the following classes :

Foot-therapeutic trade
Natural Science
Healthcare Science
Humanitarian and social studies

Paragraph 2. Fagent ' s content :

1) Foot-therapeutic subjects include the theory and method of the petertherapy.

2) Natural science includes anatomy, first aid, physiology and microbiology.

3) Health science subjects include infectivity pathology, illnesses, orthopaedics and dermatology.

4) Humanitarian and social sciences include psychology, social psychology, pedagogo, health care, innovative quality assurance of potherapeutic treatment principles and social orientation.

§ 9. The practical / clinical part of the training consists of training in general and special foottherapy. The teaching is organised partly as a coordinated, partly as an integral part of the theory class.

Paragraph 2. The institution of the Education Foundation shall organise the practical training and the clinical practice of local facilities and so that the training is normally carried out at the institution of the educational institution and the workshop.

§ 10. The procedure for the organisation of the teaching, practical training and the practice of clinics and the distribution thereof shall be determined in the education system, cf. § 16.

Chapter 5


§ 11. Each of the 3 modules ends with a sample. The sample at the end of 3. module represents the final test for the training.

Paragraph 2. The tests, cf. paragraph 1 consists of a written and an oral part. The written part shall constitute a theoretical task which the student prepadates prior to the oral part of the sample. The student is working independently, the project-oriented with one of the educational institutions, given the problem-formulation, which illustrate the substance from the areas mentioned in Section 8. On the oral part of the test, the student will present the written assignment. The oral sample lasts 30 minutes, including voter.

Paragraph 3. One nature shall be given for the written assignment and the performance of the oral test. The student has passed, if the average of the two untested characters without rounding is at least the boner. Both grades were just weights.

Paragraph 4. Each of the three tests, cf. paragraph 1, must be passed. Each of the first two tests must be made available to allow the trainee to continue in the following module.

§ 12. The Education Institute will issue proof of complete education to a podiatrist.

Paragraph 2. The proof must indicate the relationship between the theory instruction and practical / clinical education and the period of time and the distribution of the class and trade union.

§ 13. In addition, the tests shall apply to the examinations and examination of the trainers and the proclamation of character scale and other assessment.

§ 14. The institution of the Education Foundation shall provide a standpoint assessment with "Done / not pass" at the end of the practical education / clinics class in each of the three modules.

Paragraph 2. The student must have obtained the assessment "passed" at the end of the practical teaching / clinics class in each module before the student can audition in that module as mentioned in section 11 (1). 1.

Chapter 6

Other provisions

§ 15. Complaguing the decisions of the educational institution in accordance with this notice shall be submitted and dealt with by the institution of the Education Institute.

Paragraph 2. The complaint must have been submitted to the educational institution, cf. paragraph 1, no later than four weeks after the decision has been notified to the person concerned.

Paragraph 3. If a complaint is not taken into account by the institution of Education, it may be submitted to the Ministry of Education, if it relates to legal issues. The institution shall forward the complaint to the Ministry, accompanied by the observations made by the institution. Before the institution of the institution shall inform the complainant of the position of the school to the complaint, and shall give the complainant a period of 1 week to make any comments on the matter. When the student has made comments or when the time limit has elaped, the institution shall send the complaint to the Ministry the files of the case.

§ 16. The institution of the Education Foundation shall lay down the detailed rules for training in an education scheme. The education system must ensure that training meets the requirements of the law on health care professionals and the health professional activities and the provisions laid down by the Board of Health.

Paragraph 2. The education system shall include :

1) Guidelines for admission to education.

2) Plan for the distribution and organisation of the theory and practical education and the practice of clinics.

3) Target and content for each of the third modules of training.

4) The Fag and Hourly Spread in the Torium View.

5) Any special requirements for subtuling and working methods.

6) Guidelines for the running of the test.

7) Guidelines for the abandonment of the standpoint assessments.

8) Guidelines for the handling of complaints, including complaints about tests.

9) Rules of order, including the absence and the expulsion.

Paragraph 3. The education system shall be approved by the Ministry of Education, after the opinion of the Health Board.

Paragraph 4. Changes to the education scheme are in effect at the beginning of the training programme.

§ 17. Elives are entitled to specialised pedagogical support by the same rules as students trained under the law of vocational training.

§ 18. The Ministry of Education may dispense with the provisions of the notice given in exceptional circumstances or where the derogation is temporary for the implementation of training studies.

Chapter 7

The entry into force, etc.

§ 19. The announcement shall enter into force on 1. In February 2009.

Paragraph 2. The following notices shall be deleted :

1) Notice no. 528 of 6. July 1998 on foot-therapist training, and

2) Notice no. 145 of 11. March 1991 on the training of foot-cariers.

Paragraph 3. Elives that has been announced to or have started training for podiatrist before 1. In February 2009, complete training may be completed according to the applicable rules.

Paragraph 4. The training institution shall lay down in the education system any transitional arrangements for students notified to or have been initiated training for podiatrist training according to the current rules.

The Ministry of Education, the 8. January 2009 P.M.V.
Søren Hansen
Branch Manager / Christina Schwage