Order On Education In The Vocational Joint Input Production And Development

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om uddannelserne i den erhvervsfaglige fællesindgang produktion og udvikling

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Overview (table of contents)




Appendix 1

Appendix 2

Appendix 3

Appendix 4

Appendix 5

Appendix 6

Appendix 7

Appendix 8

Appendix 9

Annex 10

Annex 11

Annex 12

Annex 13

Annex 14

Annex 15

Annex 16

Annex 17

Annex 18

Annex 19

Annex 20

Annex 21

Annex 22

Annex 23

Annex 24

Annex 25

Annex 26

Annex 27

Annex 28

The full text
Order on education in the vocational joint input production and development
Pursuant to § 4, paragraph. 1 and 2 of the Act on vocational training under. Legislative Decree no. 510 of 19 May 2010, as amended by Act no. 578 of 1 June 2010, provides:

§ 1. Vocational joint input production and development includes programs with functions and competence communities within the following main areas of employment:

1) Repair and maintenance of production equipment.

2) industrial and craft-related production.

3) Design and development of products.

§ 2. The following vocational assigned to this entry:

1) Clothing Craftsman, See Appendix 1.

2) Carpenters and Joiners program, see. Annex 2.

3) Cnc technician training, see. Annex 3.

4) Electronics Operator see. Annex 4.

5) Precision mechanic, see. Appendix 5.

6) Industrial Operator see. Annex 6

7) Industrial technician training, see. Annex 7

8) Cooling Technician, see. Annex 8

9) Laboratory Dental Technician, see. Annex 9

10) Maritime trades, see. Annex 10.

11) Metal Forging, see. Annex 11

12) Model Carpenters, see. Annex 12.

13) Oil burner technician, see. Annex 13

14) Ortopædist, see. Annex 14

15) Surface treatments, see. Annex 15

16) Plastic Mager, see. Annex 16.

17) Process Operator see. Annex 17

18) Produktør, see. Annex 18

19) Marine Technician, see. Annex 19

20) Ship's Mechanic, see. Annex 20

21) Ship Fitter, see. Annex 21

22) Wrought program, see. Annex 22

23) Foundry Technologies, see. Annex 23

24) Technical designer, see. Annex 24

25) Watchmaker, see. Annex 25

26) Wind Turbine Operator see. Annex 26

27) Tools program, see. Annex 27

28) Precious Smed, see. Annex 28

PCS. 2. As regards the paragraph. 1, no. 1 and no. 28, said education is restricted access to school education for students without training agreement.

PCS. 3. The basic course can not be replaced by basic practical training in a company (new apprenticeship) in the paragraph. 1, no. 20, mentioned education.

§ 3. The recommended duration of school education in the compulsory part of the basic course is 20 weeks.

§ 4. The common competency, students must meet to begin on school education in a main course in the common entrance, is that students can:

1) select and use common materials for given tasks within the input job areas based on acquired knowledge of materials,

2) make and use simple sketches, drawings, charts and associated descriptions

3) make appropriate choice of tools and machines to perform simple tasks within the input job areas

4) perform simple scientific calculations in the implementation of professional tasks

5) demonstrate knowledge of the value-added part and contexts in the organization of craft and industrial manufacturing processes within the input job areas

6) understand the value of collaboration with others in craftsmanship and industrial manufacture,

7) use and maintain common control tools and understand the importance of the given quality criteria and specifications are respected

8) use of information technology tools for uncomplicated subject-related information retrieval and communication and

9) perform tasks safety, environmental and occupational health justifiable under current rules.

PCS. 2. To begin your studies at school in a main course in the common entrance students must also meet the objectives of the basic subject First aid and basic firefighting, 0.5 weeks.

PCS. 3. Additional requirements for competency, specific to the transition to education in each main course, set out in annexes to the Order.


§ 5. For education and teaching shall otherwise the rules laid down for vocational training in general.

Commencement and transitional provisions

§ 6. This Order shall enter into force on 1 January 2011.

PCS. 2. Order no. 606 of 8 June 2010 on education in the vocational joint input production and development repealed.

PCS. 3. The provisions of the paragraph. 2, the notice still apply to students who have started an educational foundation course or main course, so that the student can carry respectively basic course or main course after the previous rules, see. However paragraph. 4.

PCS. 4. The school provides in the local curriculum possible transitional arrangements for students who have begun their studies under the previous rules.

Ministry of Education, December 15, 2010
PMV
Soren Hansen

Head of Department / Silvia Fernandez



Appendix 1

Clothing Craftsman

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of clothing craftsman's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first The resource-conscious planning and implementation of processes from design, engineering, production to finished product allocated within the program areas for jobs.
Second Professional communication in internal and external relationships, including international contexts.
Third Performing work instructions independently and in teams to the required quality and teamwork on product development, production maturation and production.
Fourth Independent model development, opsyning / processing, and production and quality description of products and collections.
5 Material Understanding, including the appropriate use and selection of materials.
6th Control of the area's tools and machinery.
7th Jobområdets technological options including IT technology.
8 thereof. Performing all occurring processes within the program's job areas in compliance with applicable environmental, health and safety regulations.
9th Quality assurance, management and control.
10th Innovation and entrepreneurship within the education job field.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals within one of the program's steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, textiles and clothing assistant.

1.4. The program step 2 ends with the thesis: Clothing Mechanics.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program Step 1 lasts at least 2 years and a maximum of 2 years and 2 months, including the baseline scenario. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 1 is 20 weeks. Step 2 lasts at least one year and a maximum of 1 year and 2 months. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 2 equals 10 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at level 1, and at least two school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at step 2.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first perform a simple basic design and simple module development,
second operate and maintain the most used tool types in the clothing crafts including using simple sewing techniques, and planning and producing at least one apparel product
third perform simple basic designs from different worksheets and apply the training occurring computation and measurement methods
fourth perform simple work and model drawings by subject-related basic principles and proper terminology
fifth perform minor shaping or design tasks that require imagination and aesthetic sense and explain the relationship between form and function based on specific design examples
6th explain the elements and phases of the design process from idea to finished product as well as analyze and evaluate design features relative to the individual and collective needs and user views and
7th describe the characteristics of styles with relevance to the fashion and lifestyle industry.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.6., Is that students can:
first use their language and communication skills in both academic and international situations in the company,
second exhibit occupational health and environmentally conscious behavior in the performance of all tasks within the program's job areas,

Third work team oriented and show understanding for external and internal customer service,
fourth perform duties for resource-conscious subject of keen quality standards
fifth demonstrate knowledge of the company's quality systems and production methods, including an understanding of globalization affect the company's operations
6th demonstrate innovative and creative skills in the performance of production preparation, production and production follow-up within the program's job areas
7th demonstrate knowledge of the discipline's current IT technology tools
8th Perform and document appropriate material technical, environmental and occupational health as well as economic factors
9th perform design and product development tasks within the industry materials and products
10th perform simple basic designs, model development and customization and manufacture production ready designs for textiles - and clothing products
11th perform general syoperationer / processing processes related to production and supply model taking into account the requirements of resource awareness and desired quality level
12th operate the relevant machinery and equipment in the industry's production areas
13th prepare materials and price calculation for a planned product
14th to plan, and execute process flows associated with conventional production preparatory and -opfølgende tasks within the chosen field of study,
15th apply and communicate using technical drawings for product documentation
16th show insight into and can participate in quality and- control
17th perform working drawings on relevant IT programs
18th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business,
19th work with development and product development, including locating and processing inspiration for new products
20th prepare presentations for apparel and textile products from an understanding of social conditions for garment design, including various human values ​​and needs
21st perform complicated basic designs, model development and make editing and producing production ready designs on textile - and clothing products
22nd plan, describe and perform normal farming preparatory tasks related to the design of clothing and textile products
23rd plan, describe and produce one or more clothing - or textile products and
24th use current craft and industrial techniques related to the production of one or more apparel items.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 to 16, applies to all steps in the program.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., N. 17 - 18, applies to the program step 2.

4.4. For students with profile design at step 2, the addition in Section 4.3. said competency also competency. 19 and 20

4.5. For students with profile construction on step 2, applies in addition to in section 4.3. said komptencemål also komptencemål no. 21 and 22

4.6. For students with the profile output of step 2, the addition in Section 4.3. said komptencemål also komptencemål Nos. 23 and 24

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program last step, to be presented by all students.

6.2. As part of the last school period for step 1, the textile and clothing assistant, holds the school a final test, which forms an apprenticeship. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.2.1. The exam includes a practical task, a written report and an oral presentation of the total sample work. The project work consists of a product manufactured on the basis of the student's practical training and conducted elective specialization and a report with conclusions on the relationship between selected professional competence and project work. The examination lasts a total of 1 week. Sight Masters participate only as the test evaluation.
6.2.2. The test consists of an oral presentation, which consists of a dialogue between the student and the student's teacher (examiner) for examination assignment. The assessment includes an overall assessment of the sample three parts.


6.3. In the latter part of last school period for step 2, clothing craftsman holds the school towards the end of school education a final test, which forms an apprenticeship. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. The exam includes a practical task, a written report and an oral presentation of the student's work. The project work consists of a product made based on the student's area subjects, elective specialization subjects, practical training and the student's chosen profile subject, that is, other optional special subjects, and a report with conclusions on the relationship between selected professional competence and project work. The examination lasts a total of 1 week. Sight Masters participate only as the test evaluation.

6.4. For the calculation of the final examination grade for both steps are weighted grade for the written report by 20 per cent., The grade for the practical test with 75 per cent. and the nature of the oral presentation by 5 per cent ..

6.5. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as an average of all the marks of all basic, division and specialization of hovedforløbets each step. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.6. For students who finish the program with step 1, the textile and clothing assistant, the examination must be passed.

6.7. For students who finish the program with step 2, clothing craftsman, the examination must be passed.

6.8. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee an apprenticeship certificate to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.



Appendix 2

Carpenters and Joiners Training

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Farriers program has as its main purpose to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Preparation and adjustment of all types of shoes for horses, including special and ill fitting.
Second Making the necessary pruning of hooves and laying bracket from knowledge of the horse's anatomy.
Third Assessing the need for requesting the veterinarian by observing acute disorders in the horse.
Fourth Planning and organization of work in consideration of the necessary quality.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals of the Program.

1.3. The program is completed with the thesis groom.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program lasts four years, including basic course. The school teaching in the main scenario constitutes 19 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least four school periods with intervening practice periods.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first create and read simple working drawings and perform calculations, material lists and other documentation in accordance with applicable norms and standards using electronic tools
second select suitable material and produce individual items in consideration of the current norms, standards and safety regulations
third plan and execute simple manufacturing tasks using manual and mechanical machining methods, including spåntagen- and chipless machining of steel materials, metals, and plastics,
fourth shorten and form the equilibrium, diagonal or shaped cut in sheet, tube and profiles taking into account the applicable norms, standards and tolerance requirements
fifth perform various welding processes in a manufacturing process taking into account the applicable safety and quality standards
6th maintaining the most common hand tools, measuring tools and welding equipment used in the art
7th use measuring tools to make objective and other quality control in relation to given standards and tolerance indications and
8th show understanding of the relationship between production, cost, schedule and quality in a typical blacksmithing.

3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to in section 3.1. mentioned skills also have acquired a certificate for completing the course "Occupational health and safety, welding / thermal (§ 26 course)".

3.3. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course
4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:
first work independently with manufacturing all kinds of shoes for horses, including special and ill fitting,

Second carry out the necessary pruning of hooves and laying bracket from knowledge of horse anatomy,
third assess whether there is a need for requesting the veterinarian by observing acute disorders by horse
fourth plan and organize its work in consideration of the necessary quality,
fifth engage in collaborative processes from a knowledge of collaboration and communication techniques
6th communicate with customers based on an understanding of the appropriate service,
7th plan, structure and assess solutions for own tasks based on his knowledge of production management,
8th organize all work in relation to the operation of the own company,
9th work energy and environmentally aware and comply with environmental requirements for all tasks within the program's job areas, including understanding of sustainability and
10th demonstrate innovative skills by working within the education job areas.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period of farriers training organized by the School a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. The exam includes a theoretical and a practical test. The samples made by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.1.2. The theoretical test consists of a set written tasks within the program's objectives in basic subjects, area subjects and specialization and a subsequent conversation about the completed tasks. The theoretical test carried out within a period of 2 clock hours and 30 minutes. The practical test consists of four tasks, which together cover the disciplines of forging and modification of horseshoes and ironmongery both dead legs and live horse. The practical test has a duration of 27 clock hours.

6.2. The examiner and the two spectacle masters (censors) gives a partial grade by voting for, respectively, the theoretical and the practical test.
6.2.1. For the calculation of the final examination score is weighted score for the theoretical examination with 25 per cent. and the nature of the practical test is weighted at 75 per cent. The overall grade shall be communicated to the student immediately after the deliberation.

6.3. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.4. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education. The training certificate is applied examiner and the two spectacle masters (examiners) overall grade.



Appendix 3

Cnc technician training

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of cnc technician The overall objective of the students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Planning, programming and execution of machining operations on data-driven processing machines.
Second Use of CAD / CAM systems for creating CNC programs.
Third Use of information technology tools for professional knowledge search and communication.
Fourth Preparation of product and quality documentation.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, CNC assistant.

1.4. The program step 2 ends with the thesis: Cnc technician.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 is 1 year and 6 months, including the baseline scenario. School Teaching at hovedforløbets step 1 equals 10 weeks. Step 2 is 1 year, of which school education constitute 10 weeks.

2.2. The school teaching in the main scenario represents one school period for pupils at stage 1, and an additional 1 school period with intermediate internship for students at step 2.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first perform simple working drawings, material lists and other documentation using CAD systems in accordance with applicable norms and standards for representation, tolerances and objectives,

Second producing simple topics using turning, milling and drilling operations on conventional and CNC-controlled machining,
third exhibit overall quality awareness by performing manufacturing tasks, including, by using the caliper and micro meter tool, making target and the second quality control in relation to given standards and tolerance indications
4th perform adjustment and maintenance of machining and measuring tools
fifth perform simple straightening, adjustment and maintenance tasks on machines
6th collaborate on knowledge search, planning, design and execution of simple tasks and
7th work with information corresponding to the basic subject Information technology, level F.

3.2. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.3., Is that students can:
first included in the project organized working groups and in other forms of cooperation with colleagues
second work quality conscious and demonstrate knowledge of the company's quality systems
third demonstrate innovative skills by working in the construction, methodology and production within the education job areas
fourth work environment conscious with all tasks within the program's job areas, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,
fifth plan, program and execute production processes on CNC controlled machining,
6th produce working drawings and other manufacturing documentation using CAD systems
7th perform target and quality control in accordance with applicable tolerances and other specifications
8th preparation and commission programs for the production of complex parts on cncbearbejdningsmaskiner,
9th using CAD / CAM systems for the execution of the plans and laying out toolpaths for complex machining processes
10th using CAM software for the generation of CNC code
eleventh make optimal choice of tools and machining conditions in the execution of complex manufacturing tasks and
12th perform control measurements and documentation in connection with the completed production tasks.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-7, applicable to both step 1, cnc assistant and thesis cnc technician.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 8-12, the only specialization program cnc technician.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum for the degree program within the overall framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, cnc assistant, holds the school a final test, which consists of a practical task. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.3. As part of the last school period of training for cnc technician holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. Students' test consists of a combined theoretical and practical task. Pupils solving the tasks evaluated by the teacher and two external examiners appointed by the Technical Committee. Sight Masters participate only as the test evaluation. Students' test made by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.3.2. The sample resolved within a duration of 36 clock hours. The individual student can be part of a group of 2 - 4 examinees in the solution of the sample.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who finish the program with step 1, cnc assistant, the examination must be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program with the thesis cnc technician, the journeyman test be passed.

6.7. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.8. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure, used the assessment "Pass / Fail".




Appendix 4

Electronics Operator

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of electronics operator's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Automatic and manual assembly and repair of products in the electronics manufacturing industry.
Second Control and monitoring of manual and automated production processes in the electronics manufacturing industry.
Third Precision Soldering and repairs under the microscope in the electronics manufacturing industry.
Fourth Quality control and troubleshooting, and application of test and measurement equipment in the electronics manufacturing industry.
Fifth Use of documentation and performance standards in the electronics manufacturing industry.
6th Production management, optimization and method improvement including compliance with safety and environment in the electronics manufacturing industry.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals of the Program.

1.3. The program is completed with the thesis Electronics Operator.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts two years, including the basic course. The school teaching in the main scenario is 17 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intervening practice periods.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first handle common HMD and SMD components which are used in electronics manufacturing, Their valuation clearly printed on the components,
second make simple manual soldering, repair and assembly work on electronic products
third use common measuring instruments to control measurements,
fourth make simple mechanical assembly of electronic devices
fifth contribute to maintaining an ESD safe environment based on knowledge of how static electricity occurs and
6th handle epoxy-containing components and are familiar with applicable safety regulations and the use of personal protective equipment.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.4., Is that students can:
first perform manual installation and repair tasks on single- and double-sided print mounted with SMD and HMD components
second perform automatic installation and repair tasks on single- and double-sided printing,
third handle epoxy-containing components and are familiar with applicable safety regulations
fourth contribute to maintaining an ESD-safe environment
fifth manage, monitor and optimize manual production processes, and contribute to solving problems,
6th manage, monitor and optimize automated production processes, as well as contribute to solving problems, carrying out preventive maintenance,
7th perform measurements on annual and semi-finished products after checking scheme with commonly used measuring instruments
8th perform manual precision soldering and repairs under the microscope,
9th identify HMD and SMD components and used print types with different surface finish
10th use occurring production standards to verify the installation and repair of manual and automated production processes
11th troubleshooting and process optimization of production and to involve relevant people, including to make necessary adjustments and corrective actions
12th participate in the company's quality management, including visual verification and know the advantages and disadvantages of visual and automated inspection
13th assess bottleneck problems,
14th part of the team organized production and participate in project and development work together with other professionals
15th demonstrate innovative skills in the performance of productivity-enhancing activities in production
16th communicate and report in relation to their own job function
17th work environment and energy conscious with tasks within the program's job areas with a view to sustainable development,
18th show understanding of globalization affect the company's operations
19th use IT in work,
20th solve complex problems within the training field manual electronics production
21st produce complicated products within the area of ​​the program manual electronics production
22nd solve complex problems within the training area auto electronics production and
23rd produce complicated products within the area of ​​the program automatic electronic production.


4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 to 19, applies to the entire program.

4.3. The section 4.1., No. 20 to 21, said competency applies to the profile manually electronics production.

4.4. The section 4.1., No. 22 to 23, said competency applies to profile auto electronics production.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period of training for electronics operator holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Declaration on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. The final exam consists of a written assignment and a practical task. Disk contents organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.1.2. The assignment solved within a period of 2 clock hours. The task consists of a number of written questions within the program's goal in the area subjects and specialization. In answering the student's own notes, handbooks and similar material available. The material must be approved by the school.
6.1.3. The practical problem is solved within a period of 8 clock hours. Eleven draw up a practical project within one or both of the program's core areas of manual and automatic electronic production. The practical test carried out by the students as a group task or individual task. With group assignments composed groups according to students' own choice. Students are examined individually. The project aims to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational, general and personal competency for training. The project is based on the competence goals for education.
6.1.4. The exam is assessed by a teacher and two examiners. The organizations based in the Technical Committee, which appoints and afbeskikker censors.
6.1.5. The grade for the final examination is calculated as an average of the grade for the written assignment that has weight 1 and the nature of the practical task that has weight 2.

6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization.

6.3. For students who finish the program, the journeyman test be passed.

6.4. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.



Appendix 5

Precision engineer

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training as a precision engineer's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first The construction and use of working drawings and other documentation for precision mechanical manufacturing.
Second Design and manufacture of precision manufacturing tasks manually operated and CNC-controlled machining centers.
Third Communication and collaboration with customers, colleagues and other domestic and foreign stakeholders on precision and lock technical tasks.
Fourth Planning and implementation of repair and maintenance of small arms and the finest precision seals.
Fifth Troubleshooting and repair of electronic controls.
6th Preparation and use of the lock technical documentation.
7th Planning and execution of lock technical production tasks.
8 thereof. Installation and repair of locks and locking systems.
9th Economic and technical calculation and optimization of products and processes by precision mechanical and lock technical production.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, finmekanikassistent, which is a step in specialist training.

1.4. The program step 2 can be completed with one of the following specialties:
first Precision engineer.
Second Weapons Mechanic.
Third Locksmith.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 is 1 year and 6 months, including the baseline scenario. School Teaching at hovedforløbets step 1 up 15 weeks. All theses in the program step 2 2 years and 6 months, of which school education is 20 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at level 1, and a further 2 periods in school with intermediate periods of practical training for all specialties in the training, step 2.


3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first producing simple precision and lock technical topics using conventional and CNC-controlled machining,
second perform simple precision bearing assembly applications
third perform simple electrical engineering installation and assembly tasks based on diagrams
fourth replace and locking devices into new or existing wooden doors,
fifth perform plugging and repair of tumblers,
6th read and understand a locking plan
7th linking simple electronic circuits for port telephones, access control systems and less intrusion alarms from diagrams and other documentation
8th produce sketches for simple prototype solutions for the precision and lock technical field, taking into account current materials, processing methods and design
9th collaborate on knowledge search, planning, design and execution of simple precision and lock technical production tasks and
10th work with information corresponding to the basic subject Information technology, level F.

3.2. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, section 4.2.-4.4., Is that students can:
first included in the project organized working groups and in other forms of cooperation with colleagues
second communicate professionally at all levels of the company,
third instruct others within her,
fourth demonstrate innovative skills by working in the construction, methodology and production within the education job areas
fifth demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business,
6th perform all tasks in accordance with the then applicable safety, environmental and safety regulations, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,
7th producing simple precision and lock technical topics using conventional and CNC-controlled machining centers and make cost calculations for the manufactured parts
8th perform simple target and other quality control of manufactured items,
9th perform programming work planning, fagtegning and simple workshop technical calculations prior to a precision mechanical or lock technical manufacturing process
10th cnc program and execute program simulation on PC workstation,
11th produce working drawings for the production of precision components using CAD, as well as from 2D CAD drawings prepare cam program for processing
12th plan and execute manufacturing of precision mechanical components using conventional and CNC-controlled machining centers from working drawings
13th perform electronic and measuring microscopic quality control of precision subjects
14th manufacture and use diagrams and mount and connect the electrical components to functional units
15th determine design, material and manufacturing method for precision components and devices based on given information on the purpose, number and materials
16th use foreign language precision manuals and use information technology tools to professional knowledge search in foreign-language databases and dictionaries
17th use, maintain and calibrate common mechanical and electronic locks technical measuring tool,
18th plan, install and test the mechanical locking and securing devices in common door types and building,
19th plan, install, connect, integrate and test electronic locking and interlocking,
20th calculate lock and key systems and perform larger locks technical manufacturing and assembly applications
21st produce security technical documentation constructed and mounted locking systems
22nd plan and carry out troubleshooting and debugging of locking and security installations,
23rd perform digestion of commonly occurring types of locks,
24th advising on security solutions for residential and small commercial properties and
25th perform calculation of production costs and selling prices associated with locks technical manufacturing and assembly tasks.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 - 10, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 11 - 17, only applies to the specialties precision engineer and weapons mechanic.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 18 - 26 only applies to the thesis locksmith.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training


5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum for the degree program within the overall framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, finmekanikassistent, holds the school a final test, which consists of a practical purpose.

6.3. As part of the last school period of training specialties precision mechanic, weapons mechanic and locksmith, holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. Svend test consists of all three specialties in the training of a written assignment and a combined practical and theoretical exercise. The students' solution of the sample is evaluated by the teacher and two spectacle masters appointed by the Technical Committee. Sight Masters participate only as the test evaluation. Students' test made by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.3.2. The sample resolved within a duration of 62 clock hours for students with thesis precision engineer, 90 clock hours for students with thesis weapons mechanic and 67 clock hours for students with thesis locksmith.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who finish the program after step 1, finmekanikassistent, the examination must be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program with one of the specialties precision mechanic, weapons mechanic, or locksmith should companion test be passed.
6.6.1. For the calculation of the final examination score is weighted grade for the written test with 25 per cent and the nature of the combined sample with 75 per cent.

6.7. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.8. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Appendix 6

Industrial Operator

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of industrial operator's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Addressing the concerns of manual and automated operator functions, and monitoring and control of industrial machinery and plants in compliance with applicable environmental and safety regulations.
Second Troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of industrial machinery and plants, exercising internal transport and storage functions.
Third Reporting and preparation of technical documentation, and planning and execution of production tasks and services.
Fourth Industry knowledge in one or more of the following areas: process industry, packaging industry, iron and metal industry, feed industry, plastics industry, timber industry, recycling industry and / or service area, including the respective industries special energy and environmental issues.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, Industrial Operator, which is a step in the program specializations.

1.4. The program step 2 can be completed with one of the following specialties:
first Industrial Operator - Montage.
Second Industrial Operator - Productivity.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 2 years, including the basic course. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 1 is 18 weeks. Step 2 lasts 8 months. School classes in the main program at step 2 amounts to 11 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intermediate internships for students at level 1, and at least two school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at step 2.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first Participate in the work to untangle the factors that are necessary for the development of a given output,
second plan and execute simple production tasks and services,

Third participate in production planning and participate in the preparation and implementation of industrial production,
fourth participate in preventive maintenance
fifth participate in locating errors in the repair tasks
6th cooperation on improving the efficiency of production,
7th participate in a team-based project work and
8th collect and record production data.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:
first Participate in team organized production and participate in project and development work together with other professionals
second monitor and operate industrial plants and machinery and preventive maintenance
third use engineering data and planning tools as the basis for production
fourth demonstrate innovative skills in the performance of productivity-enhancing activities in production
fifth identify problem areas and select and apply improvement tools for purposes of production,
6th identify, locate and repair the fault and perform minor repair tasks
7th use quality management systems in connection with the daily production
8th perform internal transport and storage tasks that can occur with the use of a logistics system
9th communicate and report in applied IT systems related to industrial operator job functions
10th work in compliance with applicable environmental and safety regulations and of rules on hygiene,
11th work environment and energy conscious with tasks within the program's job areas with a view to sustainable development,
12th use Danish and foreign-language manuals and information technology professional knowledge search,
13th show economic and business understanding based on knowledge about the company's production and market conditions
14th perform manual and automatic assembly of subtopics to finished products,
15th undertake processing including shearing, cutting and drilling subtopics,
16th perform systematic testing and debugging in assembly,
17th perform various relevant joining in assembly,
18th use common measuring instruments in connection with installation, including calibration of tools and have a basic knowledge of electricity,
19th working with different materials, including steel, aluminum, wood, plastic or the like,
20th contribute to maintaining a safe environment for assembly tasks
21st read and use complex construction drawings and diagrams
22nd handle epoxy-containing components and work in accordance with applicable CE directives
23rd work with collective innovation and develop a common language for the creation of a creative environment in a production group,
24th use and manage the issues involved in the development and implementation of safety management and implementation of activities such as working environment mapping and risk assessment
25th use Supply Chain Management (SCM) tools to optimize the logistics of a production company,
26th participate in the maintenance function through the use of selected Lean and TPM tools and ensure increased focus on the utilization of a company's resources
27th participate in building quality and environmental management systems as well as participate in the preparation of the necessary documentation
28th establish and maintain good communication between colleagues and managers on the basis of knowledge on the management of organizational and psychological aspects and
29th applying relevant problem solving tools for prioritizing and planning of improvement activities of a given output from knowledge of various production management philosophies.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 to 13, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 14 - 22, the specialization program in Industrial Operator - Montage.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 23 to 29 apply to the specialization program in Industrial Operator - Productivity.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.
Individual steps culminating in an examination. It is a condition to test for industrial operator step 1 is passed to start the specialties on the program step 2.


6.1. As part of the last school period in training for industrial operator holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test for students who finish with that step. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. The final exam consists of a written assignment and a practical task. Disk contents organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.1.2. The assignment solved within a period of 2 clock hours. The task consists of a number of written questions in basic subjects and area subjects. In answering the student's own notes, handbooks and similar material available. The material must be approved by the school.
6.1.3. The practical problem is solved within a duration of 6 clock hours. Eleven solving a practical task in industrial production. The practical task is performed by the student as a party to the resolution of a group assignment. The groups composed by drawing lots. Students are assessed individually. Assignment objective is to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational, general and personal competency for training. The assignment is based on the competence goals for education.
6.1.4. For the calculation of the final examination score is weighted grade for the written test with 40 per cent., And the nature of the practical task weighted at 60 per cent. The student must have obtained pass mark in the practical task. The test is passed when the student has achieved consist character in the final test character.

6.2. As part of the last school period in the training stage 2 holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.2.1. The final examination of the thesis assembly consists of a written assignment and a practical task. Disk contents organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.2.1.1. The assignment solved within a duration of 4 clock hours. The task consists of a number of written questions in basic subjects and area subjects. In answering the student's own notes, handbooks and similar material available. The material must be approved by the school.
6.2.1.2. The practical test is resolved within a period of 6 clock hours. Eleven solving a practical task in industrial production. The practical task is performed by the student as a party to the resolution of a group assignment. The groups composed by drawing lots. Students are assessed individually. The project is based on the competence goals for education.
6.2.1.3. For the calculation of the final examination grade for both steps are weighted grade for the written test with 40 per cent. and the nature of the practical task by 60 per cent. The student must have obtained pass mark in the practical task. The test is passed when the student has achieved consist character in the final test character.
6.2.2. The final examination of the thesis productivity consists of an apprenticeship project and an oral examination. The oral examination content organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee. The oral examination has a duration of 30 minutes including assessment.
6.2.2.1. The oral exam consists of two parts. The first part is an elaboration and defense of both the synopsis for apprenticeship project and the apprenticeship project. Synopsis prepared in the student penultimate school period and approved by both the school and the establishment. Apprenticeship project includes establishment of research, problem analysis and recommendations of problem-solving activities within the program's competency. The project is conducted within a duration of 2 weeks of teaching in the student last school period. The second part of the oral examination is a task assigned by lot. The assignment must be made so that the student has the opportunity to clarify its knowledge of the of the program's objectives are not used for completing the project. The student has 30 minutes to prepare.
6.2.2.2. For the calculation of the final examination score is weighted grade for the oral deepening of synopsis and apprenticeship project by 50 per cent. and the nature of the task assigned by lot constitutes 50 per cent. The test is passed when the student has achieved consist character in the final test character.

6.3. The exam is assessed by the teacher and two examiners. The Technical Committee will identify and afbeskikker examiners.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization.

6.5. For students who complete the training as industrial operator, the journeyman test be passed.


6.6. For students who complete the training as industrial operator assembly, the journeyman test be passed.

6.7. For students who complete the training as industrial operator productivity, the journeyman test be passed.

6.8. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.



Appendix 7

Industry Technician Training

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Industrial Technology program has as its main purpose to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Planning and execution of machining operations on conventional and CNC-controlled machining centers.
Second Preparation of manufacturing drawings and other documentation using CAD systems.
Third Output of integrated systems.
Fourth Use of CAD / CAM systems for design and construction.
Fifth Planning and execution of the construction, repair and maintenance of components, controls, machines and plants.
6th Use of information technology tools for professional knowledge search and communication.
7th Product development, production maturity and process optimization.
8 thereof. Production and financial management, project management.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals within one or more of the program step.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, Industrial Assistant, and two further steps.

1.4. The program step 2 ends with the thesis Industrial Engineer machine.

1.5. The program step 3 ends with the thesis Industrial technician production.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 2 years, including the basic course. School Teaching at hovedforløbets step 1 up 15 weeks. The program step 2 2 years, of which school education is 20 weeks. The program step 3 is 1 year and 6 months, with school education represents 15 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at step 1, a further 2 periods in school with intermediate periods of work experience for students in the program step 2 and a further 2 periods in school with intermediate periods of work experience for students in the program step 3.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first perform simple working drawings, material lists and other documentation using CAD systems in accordance with applicable norms and standards for representation, tolerances and objective
second use processing technical literature, including Internet-based publications, for obtaining basic knowledge of cutting data, surface quality and cnc-technical calculations
third producing simple topics using turning, milling and drilling operations on conventional and CNC-controlled machining,
fourth exhibit overall quality awareness by performing manufacturing tasks, including, by using the caliper and micro meter tool, making target and the second quality control in relation to given standards and tolerance indications
fifth perform adjustment and maintenance of machining and measuring tools
6th perform simple straightening, adjustment and maintenance tasks on machines
7th collaborate on knowledge search, planning, design and execution of simple tasks and
8th work with information corresponding to the basic subject Information technology, level F.

3.2. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.5., Is that students can:
first included in the project organized working groups and in other forms of cooperation with colleagues
second communicate professionally at all levels of the company,
third instruct others within her,
fourth work quality conscious and demonstrate knowledge of the company's quality systems
fifth demonstrate innovative skills by working in the construction, methodology and production within the education job areas
6th work environment conscious with all tasks within the program's job areas, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,
7th show understanding of globalization affect the company's operations
8th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business,

9th plan and carry out production of items of conventional metal cutting machines
10th plan, program and execute production of parts on CNC controlled machining,
11th produce working drawings and other manufacturing documentation using CAD systems
12th perform building, programming, troubleshooting and repair of simple management technical systems
13th perform target and quality control in accordance with applicable standards and customer requirements
14th preparation and commission programs for the production of complex parts on cncbearbejdningsmaskiner,
15th using CAD / CAM systems for the execution of the plans and laying out toolpaths for complex machining processes
16th make the correct choice of tools and machining conditions in the execution of complex manufacturing tasks
17th perform machine alignment and assembly of machine components, including making the correct choice of transmission types
18th perform control measurements and documentation in connection with the completed production tasks
19th plan, program, optimize and implement complex design manufacturing tasks using CNC and CAD / CAM systems
20th plan and execute the construction, management assembly, commissioning, troubleshooting and repair of machines and plants,
21st design and manufacture prototypes from given specifications, including for product maturation and production optimization
22nd perform installation, adjustment, repair, maintenance and production tasks on plastic production machines
23rd responsible management of industrial technical production and development projects, including preparing metodekvalitets- and financial,
24th design, build and commission the automated production units
25th establish procedures for quality control and maintenance, and implement these in daily operation and
26th perform industrial technical product development and production maturity tasks.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 - 13 for all 3 steps in the program.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 14 - 18 apply to the program steps 2 and 3, an industrial technician-mechanical and industrial engineer production.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 19 to 22, applies only to the program step 3, an industrial technician production.

4.5. For students at step 2 and 3 shall apply in addition to the competence specified in section 4.2. - 4.4., Also one or more of the competence specified in section 4.1., No. 23 - 26

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum for the degree program within the overall framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, industry assistant, organized by the School for final examination consisting of a practical project. The objective is to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational and general and personal competence in education.

6.3. As part of the last school period of training for the manufacturing technician-mechanical and industrial engineer production holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. For students on the program step 2, an industrial technician-engineer, the exam consists partly of a project-oriented test, during which the student may be part of a project of up to 4 examinees, and partly by an individual manufacturing task. For students on the program step 3, an industrial technician production, the examination consists of an individual project. The students' solution of the sample is evaluated by the teacher and two spectacle masters appointed by the Technical Committee. The two manageable champions take part only in the evaluation of the test. Students' test made by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.3.2. The sample resolved within a duration of 82 clock hours for students in the program step 2, an industrial technician-machine, and within a duration of 74 clock hours for students in the program step 3, an industrial technician production.
6.3.3. For students on the program step 2, an industrial technician-engineer assessed the project-oriented sample from the quality of manufactured parts, project documentation in the form of a project report and the student's oral presentation of the project and its progress. The individual manufacturing task judged by the quality of manufactured parts.

6.3.4. For the calculation of the final grade for students in the program step 2, an industrial technician-machine, weighting the project-oriented test with 80 per cent. and the individual manufacturing job by 20 percent.
6.3.5. For students on the program step 3, an industrial technician production, evaluated the project-oriented sample from the project documentation in the form of a project report and the student's oral presentation of the project and its progress.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who finish the program after step 1, industry assistant, the examination must be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program with step 2, an industrial technician-engineer, or step 3, an industrial technician production, the journeyman test after section 6.3. be passed.

6.7. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.8. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Appendix 8

Refrigeration Technician

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Refrigeration Training The overall objective of the students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Planning and execution of work on all types of refrigeration systems with unlimited filling of all types of refrigerant.
Second Installation, removal, commissioning, operation optimization diagnosis and repair of refrigeration equipment.
Third Performing maintenance on refrigeration systems.
Fourth Preparation of documentation for refrigeration systems in accordance with current regulations.

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, Cooling Assistant.

1.4. The program step 2 ends with the thesis Refrigeration Technician.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 2 years, including the basic course. School Teaching at hovedforløbets step 1 up 15 weeks. Step 2 lasts 2 years, of which school education is 20 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at level 1, and a further 2 periods in school with intermediate training periods for students with thesis refrigeration engineer.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first applying the obtained knowledge of the cooling process in order to assist in the construction of simple refrigeration systems,
second assist in the selection of cooling and control technology components for building simple cooling from a given plant description,
third handle refrigerants correctly in relation to the refrigeration industry's safety and environmental rules
fourth produce piping drawings for simple cooling systems in accordance with applicable Danish standards
fifth build simple electrical engineering controls for refrigeration systems
6th process, joining pipes and install pipes and components as well as assist in the commissioning of simple refrigeration and
7th work with information corresponding to the basic subject Information technology, level F.

3.2. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, section 4.2.-4.3., Is that students can:
first included in the project organized working groups and in other forms of cooperation with colleagues and clients
second communicate professionally at all levels of the company,
third instruct others within her,
fourth work quality conscious and demonstrate knowledge of the company's quality systems
fifth demonstrate innovative skills by working in the construction, methodology and production within the education job areas
6th show understanding of globalization affect the company's operations
7th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business,
8th perform all tasks in accordance with the then applicable safety, environmental and safety regulations, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,

9th plan and carry out installation, commissioning and inspection of small cooling systems and prepare documentation in accordance with applicable rules
10th perform troubleshooting and repair tasks on small refrigeration systems
11th perform the joining of pipe for use in the assembly of refrigeration,
12th perform simple cooling technical calculations and preparation cycles for small refrigeration systems
13th carry out inspections in accordance with applicable rules on small refrigeration systems
14th use relevant literature, including Internet-based publications in Danish and English for obtaining knowledge about cooling academic subjects and rules
15th plan and execute the construction, commissioning, troubleshooting and repair of commercial refrigeration equipment,
16th plan and execute the construction, commissioning, troubleshooting and repair of industrial refrigeration,
17th perform cooling technical calculations and dimensioning of parts, components, sections and complete systems from given specifications
18th draw and analyze cycles for all types of refrigeration systems
19th design, manufacture and deliver space based systems, including make choice of optimal plant type for the given cooling tasks
20th carry out inspections in accordance with applicable rules on all types of refrigeration and
21st prepare documentation for all types of refrigeration systems in accordance with current regulations.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 to 13, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 14-21, the specialization program refrigeration engineer.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, cooling assistant, holds the school a final test, which consists of a practical task. The objective is to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational and general and personal competence in education.

6.3. As part of the last school period of training for refrigeration technician holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. The test consists of a theoretical and a practical task. Pupils solving the tasks evaluated by the teacher and two external examiners appointed by the Technical Committee. Sight Masters participate only as the test evaluation. Students' test made by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.3.2. The sample resolved within a duration of 72 clock hours.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have obtained pass marks as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who finish the program after step 1, the cooling assistant, the examination must be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program with the thesis refrigeration technicians must journeyman test be passed.
6.6.1. For the calculation of the final examination score is weighted grade for the written test with 25 per cent. and the nature of the combined sample with 75 per cent.

6.7. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.8. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Appendix 9

Laboratory Dental Technician

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of laboratory dental technician has as its main purpose to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Manufacture and repair of removable and fixed prosthetics; orthodontic appliances, immidiatproteser, gingival supported partial dentures.
Second Manufacture of molded frames, posts, simple crowns in gold and metal ceramic and metal ceramic bridges.
Third Production of all-ceramic posts and crowns, including the use of CAD / CAM.
Fourth Ørepropteknik.
Fifth Anatomy, prosthetics and technology in the dental field.
6th Color Sampling, dyeing and aftryktagning.


1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, Basic Dental Technician.

1.4. The program step 2 of the thesis: Laboratory Dental Technician.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program Step 1 lasts 2 years and 6 months, including the baseline scenario. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 1 up 40 weeks. Step 2 lasts a total of 1 year and 6 months. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 2 amounts to 30 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at level 1, and a further 2 school period with an intermediate period of practical training for students at step 2.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first produce individual aftrykske registreringsplastron and the upper jaw model
second carry out bending exercises
third sculpting, casting and polishing crown of teeth in natural proportions (central, premolar)
fourth produce a "tooth" of dental porcelain,
fifth based on knowledge of basic dental technique and understanding of patients' wishes and requirements make whole polymerized upper jaw prosthesis.
6th Read, write and speak Danish equivalent to the basic subject Danish, level F.
7th Read, write and speak English, the language corresponding to the core subject English, level F.

3.2. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.4., Is that students can:
first help create the best possible working within the dental technician area
second prevent work-related stress disorders and accidents, and can make the choice of appropriate work postures and movements,
third consciously and purposefully strengthen their own physical form,
fourth act in an employment referred to. existing rights and obligations on the labor market
fifth using material technology relevant concepts and terminologies in professional contexts and comply with applicable rules and safety regulations regarding the use and processing of different materials
6th use physical concepts and models to explain professional issues with physics academic content and perform calculations in conjunction with the physics professional work
7th use of chemical concepts and models to explain professional issues with chemistry academic content and perform calculations in conjunction with the chemistry professional work
8th explain safety when working with hazardous substances and materials related to dental materials by removable prosthesis,
9th gain knowledge about the requirements and objectives apply for medical devices; and the fit of restorations
10th explain the concepts and terminologies related to human anatomy and relevant in dental contexts and know the anatomical entities building as well as the physiological processes in the body that are relevant in dental contexts, function, location and development
11th use odontologiens common terminology and based on anatomic, prosthetic and technological knowledge conduct a failure analysis,
12th identify individual teeth in both the permanent and temporary teeth from tooth shape, characteristics and size, and knows the concepts and terminology related to tooth anatomy relevant in dental contexts
13th perform sketch drawing of permanent teeth,
14th explain the establishment of factors, including the company's daily operations, financing options, and the terms of termination of activities corresponding to the basic subject Entrepreneurship and Innovation, level F,
15th carry lighter administrative tasks associated with dental business operations, each under staff administrative tasks
16th read, write and speak the language German equivalent to the basic subject German, level F,
17th work energy and environmentally conscious, comply with environmental requirements for all activities within the program's job areas and including an understanding of sustainability
18th show understanding for the impact of globalization on the working process of a typical company in the industry
19th produce plaster models for the full or partial prosthesis
20th manufacture and repair full dentures and perform a tooth arrangement in ballan induced occlusion and design prosthetics to function optimally for the patient
21st manufacture and repair gingival supported partial dentures in plastic in the upper and lower jaw
22nd bucks various types of hangers for partial dentures
23rd immidiatproteser produce the maxillary

24th make prominensanalyse and from knowledge of shackle lines design and construct simple molded frame
25th on the basis of knowledge about health, diet and hygiene make preventive dentistry
26th modeling lifelike retvendte permanent dental crowns by model, mirrored permanent dental crowns by model and permanent dental crowns without model
27th select appropriate materials, equipment and working methods and producing simple crowns in gold and metal ceramics,
28th manufacture various series models for the production of fixed prosthetics,
29th solve common tasks associated with the production of teeth in natural colors
30th producing simple crowns and inlays of gold crowns in metal ceramics and construction in metal,
31st producing simple ceramic crowns
32nd producing single and double sided deposits dentures, prosthetics, and friend kombinationsprotetik in stellitlegeringer,
33rd produce simple removable and fixed control devices and produce hard and soft inner snappy,
34th produce complete dentures balanced articulation and hybrid dentures
35th use general hygiene during patient contact and remove the provisional restoration, taking impressions on phantom for minor corrections or extensions and make the color sample and dyeing,
36th taking impressions on phantom read an audiogram and producing ear plugs by force and can distinguish between sick and healthy conditions in the ears and find defects on earplugs (length / fit)
37th produce metal ceramic bridges, fortands- and molar bridges in the upper and lower jaw and make soldering with an open flame and furnace,
38th producing metal / plastic crowns and bridges as well as produce fortands- and molar bridges in the upper and lower jaw,
39th Making prominensanalyse and embedding and soldering of attachmentdele and select attachmenttyper,
40th produce full ceramic posts, facades and crowns of incisors and molars of the upper and lower jaw,
41st produce superstructures in implantology intended for fixed and removable prosthetics and
42nd produce CAD / CAM-based crowns.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-18, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 19-25, applies to the thesis basic dental technician, removable prosthesis.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 26-31, applies to the thesis basic dental technician, fixed prosthetics.

4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 32-42 only apply to the program step 2, laboratory dental technician. Within the competence targets selected competency equivalent to 30 weeks of classes.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the notice of business education.

5.2. Middle school sessions in the main program sends school writing assignments (related tasks) to the student. The tasks completed by pupils before the student begins the next school term.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program last step, to be presented by all students.

6.2. For students who only need to complete step 1, basic dental technician, holds the school a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education use.

6.3. As part of the last school period in laboratory dental technician training, step 2, holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test.
6.3.1. The exam consists of a written and a practical test. The tasks set by the school in consultation with the local education. The written test consists of tasks within the chosen specialization. The practical test consists of two manufacturing tasks drawn among the four chosen specialization. Sight Masters is present only by sight tion of the final product, however, appointed one manageable champion among champions manageable team, whose task, to be present at the school one day during the holding of the companion sample.
6.3.2. Sight Master task is to conduct observations of eksaminandernes attitude to the subject that is how examinees handle the work environment, both the physical, chemical and personal such as handling tools, equipment and materials, if necessary, use personal protective equipment, using ergonomically appropriate posture. Furthermore observe spectacle chief trial process in general. Otherwise, the rules of the Executive Order on tests and exams in vocational education use.
6.3.3. The written assignments, see. Section 6.3.1., Resolved within 3 clock hours. The practical test is solved over a period of 4 days in a single process.


6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as an average of all the grades of all primary and area subjects in the main scenario. There must also be achieved consist character in each specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession. The student must have replied to the written tasks listed in Section 5.2., And task responses must be approved by the school.
6.4.1. For students who finish the program with step 1, basic dental technician, the student must have obtained pass mark as an average of all the grades of all primary and area subjects in the main scenario. Any profession where not given nature to be implemented by the subject's rules. In addition, the student must have answered the written assignments mentioned in section 5.2., And task responses must be approved by the school.

6.5. For students who finish the program with step 1, basic dental technician, the examination must be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program with step 2, laboratory dental technician, the examination must be passed.

6.7. The final grade for step 2, laboratory dental technician, calculated as a weighted score of the written test is weighted at 25 per cent. and the practical test is weighted at 75 per cent.
6.7.1. For students who complete with step 1, basic dental technician, applied training certificate the result of the final test, see. Section. 6.2.

6.8. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.



Annex 10

Maritime Craft

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of maritime craft the main purpose, to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Building, repair and maintenance of boats of wood, steel, aluminum and composite materials.
Second Outfitting and installation on boats.
Third Manufacture of master models for molds.
Fourth Preparation and modification of traditional sailing and yacht sails.
Fifth Splicing and work with rope, wire rope and rigging.
6th Manufacture of tarpaulins, tents and soft tops.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals within one of the program specializations.

1.3. The program can be completed with one of the following specialties:
first Boat builder.
Second Sailmaker.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program lasts 4 year including the basic course. The school teaching in the main scenario for the thesis builder represent 30 weeks and for the thesis sailmaker 20 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least four school periods of intervening period of practical training for students on thesis boatbuilder, and at least three school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students on thesis sailmaker.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first perform production tasks, drawing and calculation of simple items that are typical of the maritime trades from the knowledge of a vessel's structure and equipment, including technical installations,
second producing simple topics for ships (wood and plastic), sails and covers the industry typical tools and machines
third perform simple tasks with splicing of ropes and wire from an initial insight into the rig types and rigging,
fourth manufacture and målsætte a drawing from an incipient knowledge of the design concepts of vessels
fifth perform various simple sammenføjningsopgaver such example. sewing and gluing and
6th perform simple maritime craft tasks based on knowledge of concepts such as volume, displacement, center of buoyancy, center of gravity, lateral center, sail area and center of origin, stability and meta center.

3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to in section 3.1. mentioned skills also have acquired a certificate for completing the course "Occupational health and safety, welding / thermal (§ 26 course)" and have completed it by the labor inspectorate approved course "Personal safety when working with epoxy, isocyanates and polyester molding".

3.3. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.4., Is that students can:
first implement internal and external customer service and sales,

Second structure, plan and evaluate tasks from an industrywide understanding of both national and international standards and business relevant consequences
third plan and carry out rigging and ropes tasks
fourth fabrication and installation apteringsdele,
fifth equipping boats with fittings and equipment and tires and windows
6th manufacture and coat the hull and deck
7th repair the rudder and keel,
8th perform technical installations
9th måltage sails, hoods, tarpaulins and ropes,
10th cut sails, hoods and covers,
11th assess the repair and modification of sails, hoods and covers, based on resource considerations
12th prepare documentation in connection with the design of new and repair of used sails and
13th manufacture sails, hoods and covers.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-3, apply to both specializations in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 4-8, the specialization program builder.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 9-13, the specialization program sailmaker.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. For the thesis boat builder holds the school the final test after a portofoliomodel where parts of the sample is allocated to the thesis school periods in the main scenario. For the thesis sailmaker hold school the final test as part of the last skoleperiode.Reglerne of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. The sample consists of a practical task, aims to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational and general and personal competency for training. The content is organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.1.2. The task consists of typical tasks for sejlmager- and boatbuilding industry. In its assessment of the practical test will be the student the opportunity to explain the used workflow and methodology and thus to further demonstrate its technical- and general professional and general and personal skills.
6.1.3. The practical assignment within the field sailmaker resolved within a period of 75 clock hours. For the thesis builder solved subtasks after portofoliomodellen as part of the teaching in the program's first 3 school periods with a duration of 26 clock hours. During the thesis last skoleperiodeafsluttes sample with a duration of 65 clock hours.
6.1.4. The students' solution of the sample is evaluated by a teacher appointed by the school and two examiners appointed by the Technical Committee. Sight Masters participate only as the test evaluation. Students' test is passed when the student has obtained pass mark in the practical test. The two manageable masters (censors) and the teacher gives gathered a character. The teacher and the 2 spectacle champions notify the student examination results immediately after the final grade is calculated.

6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.3. Upon completion of training, issuing the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.



Annex 11

Metal Forging

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training as a metal smith's major objective is that the student through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Communication and collaboration with customers, colleagues and other domestic and foreign stakeholders.
Second Production of utility and art objects by manual processing and use of tools such. in connection with the marking on metals, sawing, drilling, filing, soldering, milling, grinding and polishing.
Third Measuring with and adjusting of the most commonly occurring tolerance measurement tools.
Fourth Manual or mechanical grinding and polishing of utility and art objects in metal.
Fifth Preparation of working drawings with the principles of projection drawing.
6th Assembly work in welding and soldering of a quality that meets the requirements for compressive, tensile and breaking strength.
7th Production of utility and art objects using appropriate tools, metal bench press and other relevant metal press tools.
8 thereof. Automatic and manual engraving.


1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, fabricated metal grinder, which is a step in the program specializations.

1.4. The program step 2 can be completed with the following specialties:
first Gørtler.
Second Gørtler (mixer).
Third Gravure.
Fourth Coppersmith.
Fifth Metal Pressing.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program Step 1 lasts 2 years and 6 months, including the baseline scenario. School Teaching at hovedforløbets step 1 represents 5 weeks. The program step 2 items for thesis metal press 1 year and for specialties brazier, brazier (mixer), engraver and coppersmith 1 year and 6 months. The school teaching the specialty metal presses account for 5 weeks and for specialties brazier, brazier (mixer), engraver and coppersmith 10 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least one school period with intermediate training periods for students at step 1, an additional 1 school period with intermediate training periods for students at step 2 of the thesis metal press and a further 1 school period with intermediate periods of work experience for students in the specialties brazier, brazier (mixer) , engraver and coppersmith.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first perform simple manufacturing, joining and repair tasks using turning, milling, drilling, screw technology, welding technology and gain knowledge of CNC technology applications in manufacturing processes
second create and read simple working drawings in orthogonal projection and create and read isometric working drawings including using the isometric main lines in CAD system
third exhibit quality consciousness by surveying based on knowledge and choice of appropriate units of measurement and tolerances for the task,
fourth describe simple design processes and assess factors that influence the problem solving and design and
fifth collaborate on knowledge search, planning, design and execution of simple tasks.

3.2. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.8., Is that students can:
first be part of groups, including establishing and maintaining professional communication at several levels of the company based on their knowledge of project organization
second use international expertise to understand the working professional contexts and perform tasks in relation to an internationalized labor market
third show understanding of internal and external customer service,
fourth exercise disciplinary overview and innovative approach to problem solving,
fifth work environment conscious with all tasks within the program's job areas, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,
6th exhibit quality consciousness and acquire knowledge of the construction and maintenance of quality systems
7th apply their knowledge of setting up and running their own business to achieve business acumen and understanding of globalization's impact on production conditions and opportunities
8th apply their knowledge of production management and product development to structure, plan and assess solutions for their own responsibilities in accordance with environmental standards and respect for the design
9th perform all kinds of grinding of utility and art objects and other relevant grinding after working drawing or model
10th undertake all types of manufacturing, repair and maintenance of engravings and other relevant gravørarbejde in metal, precious metal and other materials
11th undertake all types of manufacturing, repair and maintenance of appliances and other relevant gørtlerarbejde after working drawing, model or other presentations,
12th undertake all types of manufacturing, repair and maintenance of utility and art objects and other relevant gørtlerarbejde brass and other metals for technical drawing, model or other presentations,
13th undertake all types of manufacturing, repair and maintenance of utility and art objects and other relevant coppersmith work in copper and other metals independently after working drawing, model or other presentations and
14th perform all kinds of production of utility and art objects and other relevant metal press work in metals after working drawing, model or other presentations.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-5 and 9, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 6-8, apply to all theses in the program step 2.


4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 10, applies to the thesis engraver.

4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 11, applies to the thesis brazier.

4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1. no. 12, applies to the thesis brazier (mixer).

4.7. Competence objectives in section 4.1. no. 13, applies to the thesis coppersmith.

4.8. Competence objectives in section 4.1. no. 14, applies to the thesis metal press.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum for the degree program within the overall framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after step 1, which is the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in the program step 1, the iron and metal grinder, holds the school a final test, the purpose is to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational and general and personal competency for training.

6.3. As part of the last period of practice in the training stage 2 holds the school in cooperation with the internship company a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. The sample consists of a practical task consists of typical tasks within the industry. In its assessment of the practical test will be the student the opportunity to explain the used workflow and methodology and thus to further demonstrate its technical- and general professional and general and personal skills in relation to the training received. Disk contents organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.3.2. The task is solved within a duration of 60 clock hours for specialization engraver and metal press, 55 clock hours for specialization brazier and brazier (mixer) and 120 clock hours of thesis coppersmith. The test is deemed to have finished when the pupil ANNOUNCES and tools, etc. are cleaned and in place. Examiner must be present during the evaluation of the sample. In addition, participating one of the examiners in the start and end of the test. 2 manageable champions notify the student examination results immediately after the final grade is calculated.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who complete the program step 1, the iron and metal grinder, the test set out in section 6.1 shall be passed.

6.6. For students who complete the program step 2, metal presses, brazier, brazier (mixer), engraver or coppersmith, the examination must be passed.

6.7. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.



Annex 12

Model Carpenter

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Model Carpenter Training The overall objective of the students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Preparation of models of wood and plastic with associated kærnekasser by processing machines and utensils.
Second Manufacture of spectacle models for architects and designers, produce models for vacuum forming the plastic industry as well as molds for metal.
Third Communication and collaboration with customers, colleagues and other domestic and foreign stakeholders on models design and function.
Fourth Production of own working drawing or sketch and choose relevant plastic materials and curing agents as well as mixing and molding them.
Fifth Selection of sand molding methods and ensuring shape-memory model equipment.
6th Economic and technical calculation and optimization of products and processes by modeling.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals of the Program.

1.3. The program is completed with the thesis: Model Snedker.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program lasts four years, including basic course. The school teaching in the main scenario is 25 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least four school periods with intervening practice periods.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario


3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first obtain basic knowledge of modeling via relevant literature, including Internet-based publications
second exercise general quality awareness by performing production tasks, including using appropriate measuring tool to make quality and målkontrol compared to industry standards and tolerances
third collaborate on knowledge search, planning, design and execution of simple modeling tasks
fourth producing simple production tasks in the industrial wood and plastic from conscious choice of materials, economics and processes, including selecting appropriate tools and machines
fifth demonstrate products and processes using various communication devices to this documentation, including selecting appropriate IT solutions and information for solving documentation tasks and
6th describe, analyze and evaluate the design in relation to the form and function based on the factors that influence the problem solving and design.

3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to in section 3.1. said competency also have completed it by the labor inspectorate approved course "Personal safety when working with isocyanates and polyester molding".

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:
first produce models of wood and plastic with associated kærnekasser independently and through working machines and hand tools,
second produce clear models for architects and designers and produce models for vacuum forming the plastic industry as well as molds for metal
third produce their own blueprint or sketch, select the relevant plastic materials and curing agents as well as mixing and molding them
fourth choose sand molding methods and make model equipment malleable (boards phrase inlet tapping mm)
fifth engage in collaborative processes from a knowledge of collaboration and communication techniques
6th included in groups from a knowledge of the project organization and establish and maintain professional communication at all levels of the company, in particular, demonstrate understanding of internal and external customer service and gain knowledge of instructional and presentation skills,
7th display professional understanding and initiative as well as knowledge about search
8th show quality awareness and knowledge of the construction and maintenance of quality systems
9th demonstrate knowledge of the establishment of run businesses,
10th demonstrate knowledge of production management and ability to organize, plan and assess solutions for own tasks,
11th demonstrate knowledge of design and product development,
12th work energy and environmentally conscious, comply with environmental requirements for all activities within the program's fields and below can demonstrate commitment to sustainability,
13th demonstrate innovative skills by working in the education fields and
14th show understanding for the impact of globalization on the working process of a typical company in the industry.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period of training, organizes the trade committee a final test in the form of an apprenticeship.
6.1.1. At the invitation of students to the last school period sends the school a list of the students stating the students' internship companies for the trade committees. The company Reviewer even the student apprenticeship for the trade committee guidelines.
6.1.2. Students' test has the character of a practical test of the company and consists of typical tasks for model joinery industry. Only tasks designed by the Technical Committee may be used in this test. In its assessment of the practical test will be the student the opportunity to explain the used workflow and methodology, thereby further demonstrating its technical- and general professional and general and personal skills in relation to the training received.
6.1.3. Students' test solved within a maximum period of 75 clock hours.
6.1.4. The exam is assessed by two manageable masters appointed by the Technical Committee.


6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules for the individual subjects.

6.3. For students who complete the training as a cabinet, the journeyman test be passed.

6.4. If the student fails the journeyman test, the student can be set to a renewed apprenticeship within the period or the subsamples which the student has not passed.

6.5. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.
6.5.1. Sample character appears from the training certificate.

6.6. The student must be assessed on the technical and professional skills, as part of the program. The focus will be on how the student works with the production of models, kærnekasser and molds.

6.7. Complaints in connection with an apprenticeship should be directed to the Technical Committee.



Annex 13

Oil burner technician

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of oil furnace technician The overall objective of the students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Commissioning and adjustment of small oil-fired power plants.
Second Service and maintenance work and cleaning of smaller oil-fired power plants.
Third Troubleshooting and repair of oil-fired power plants.
Fourth Execution of statutory inspections in accordance with existing rules on oil-fired power plants.
Fifth Written and oral advice and guidance on the use and maintenance of small oil-fired power plants.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals of the Program.

1.3. The program is completed with the thesis Oil burner technician.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts two years, including the basic course. The school teaching in the main scenario is 12 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intervening practice periods.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start teaching in schools program's main program is that students can:
first dimension a simple heating systems with associated boiler and circulation pump in accordance with applicable norms and standards
second create and read simple working drawings and perform calculations, material lists and other documentation by using electronic tools and in accordance with applicable norms and standards
third select suitable material and produce individual items in consideration of the current norms, standards and safety regulations
fourth perform an installation of an oil tank to refer to current legislation,
fifth perform various fabrication techniques in a manufacturing process taking into account the applicable safety and quality standards
6th maintain the most current tools and measuring tools used in the art
7th use measuring tools to make objective and other quality control in relation to given standards and tolerance indications and
8th show understanding of the relationship between production, cost, schedule and quality in a typical profession.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:
first work independently with all tasks within the program's job area,
second cooperation with customers and authorities
third communicate professionally at all levels of the company,
fourth work quality conscious, adhere to quality standards and demonstrate knowledge of a company's quality system
fifth work energy and environmentally conscious, comply with environmental requirements for all activities within the program's fields and understands the sustainability
6th show understanding for the impact of globalization on the working process of a typical company in the industry
7th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business,
8th demonstrate innovative skills by working within the education job areas
9th demonstrate knowledge of production management and ability to organize, plan and assess solutions for own tasks,
10th sizing and start up oil-fired boiler and adaptation to other heating systems,
11th balancing oil-fired plants in accordance with applicable environmental regulations
12th program the heating controls in henholdt to customer requirements,

13th perform various types of inspection systems in less oil-fired plants under applicable law
14th perform cleaning, maintenance and servicing of oil-fired boiler,
15th troubleshoot, repair and replace defective components in the oil-fired boiler,
16th troubleshoot and repair electrical controls on oil-fired boiler and
17th perform oral and written customer service.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period of training for oil burner technician holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. The exam consists of a practical, written and oral exam that is addressed as an integral part of the program last school period. The practical test consists of a project chosen by the student in consultation with the teacher. The project reflects the program's areas of competence. The written test consists of the preparation of documentation used for work within the program's areas of competence. The oral exam consists of a presentation of the practical and the written part. The contents of the final examination organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.1.2. The practical and written test uarbejdes within a duration of 20 clock hours, while the oral presentation carried out in 30 minutes, including discussion.
6.1.3. Pupils solving the tasks judged by a teacher (examiner) appointed by the school and two spectacle masters (examiners) appointed by the Technical Committee. The two manageable champions take part only in the evaluation of the test. The examiner and the two examiners leaves a total character respectively practical, written and oral examination.

6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.3. For students who complete the training as oil burner technician examination must be passed.

6.4. Upon completion of training, issuing the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.5. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure, used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Annex 14

Ortopædist

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of ortopædist the main purpose, to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Manufacture of individual orthoses and prostheses relevant material to measure and plaster casts.
Second Subject Drawing and creation of own drawings or sketches.
Third The use of CAD systems for construction.
Fourth Planning and implementation of repair and maintenance of machinery, equipment and production tools.
Fifth The use of foreign languages ​​and Danish technical specifications.
6th Use of relevant IT tools and equipment for solving industry-related tasks.
7th Cooperation and communication and collaboration processes.
8 thereof. Project organization and project teams with the establishment and maintenance of technical communication at all levels of the company.
9th Production management and knowledge of setting up and running their own business.
10th Design and product development.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals of the Program.

1.3. The program is completed with the thesis Ortopædist.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program lasts four years, including basic course. The school teaching in the main scenario amounts to 40 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into four school periods every 10 weeks with intervening practice periods.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first select, use and maintain workshop machines and hand tools for simple tasks within ORTHOPEDIC,

Second use basic safety rules associated with the use of workshop machinery and tools within ORTHOPEDIC,
third work with simple tasks related to anatomy in relation to body movement device
fourth work with simple tasks compared to static and dynamic biomechanics,
fifth use the symbols after the Danish standard used in technical drawing and preparing working drawings within ORTHOPEDIC,
6th using a CAD program to produce simple drawings,
7th producing simple ortose- and prosthesis types
8th apply relevant materials from a basic knowledge of the structure, physical and chemical properties in relation to the scope and
9th apply relevant materials from a basic knowledge of the impact of products on the internal and the external environment.

3.2. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:
first use soldering techniques
second use the most common types of plastic, according to their applications, including different working methods, product design and dimensioning basis
third use electronic and mechanical measurement methods within ORTHOPEDIC,
fourth operate precision machine tools and use and maintain hand and cutting tool,
fifth use the most common electronic components within ORTHOPEDIC,
6th apply the plaster types used for prostheses and ortosearbejde,
7th use leather and textile types correctly in relation to the use and function areas of ortosearbejde,
8th use CAD / CAM design and manufacturing of CNC programs, as well as the design and drawings of subjects
9th work with the production of orthoses and prostheses from basic knowledge of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics,
10th work with råvarer-, annual and semi-finished components from the knowledge of orthoses and prostheses options to alleviate various disease and disability conditions
11th work from the industry standard for quality and
12th use the knowledge of the industry's influence on the internal and the external environment.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period of training to ortopædist holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. Registration for apprenticeship should take place within two months before the exam. The host company must previously have submitted the final internship statement that also applies as registration for the companion sample.

6.2. Svend examination consists of a practical exam, which has a total duration of 111 clock hours. The questions for journeyman test made by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.2.1. The samples are evaluated by a teacher appointed by the school and two examiners appointed by the Technical Committee. The teacher must be present during the execution of the practical test. The two examiners must together make the assessment of the practical test. The teacher and the two examiners leaves a total character respectively theoretical and practical task. The company pays the same time a fee to the trade committee to cover the costs of the examination.
6.2.2. Students' test is passed when the student has achieved consist character respectively in the specialist- theory and the practical test without rounding.

6.3. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as an average of all the characters in the main scenario. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.4. For students who finish the program as ortopædist, the examination must be passed.

6.5. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.



Annex 15

Surface Processing

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training to surface treat the main purpose, to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Use of applicable environmental, health and safety regulations associated with work within the education job field.

Second Planning, production preparation and execution of work in the field based on applicable laws, standards and specifications, and technical and economic conditions.
Third Development and implementation of a production run consisting of chemical and mechanical pre-treatment, metallization, wet and powder coating using manual and automated methods of work, including the use of quality control and quality assurance in production.
Fourth Use of technical-professional, general and personal skills to independently and effectively perform common tasks within the program's job field.
Fifth Using information technology to the daily production including search and retrieval of relevant technical information.

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one or more of the program steps and specialties.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, Surface Processes, which is a step in the program specializations.

1.4. The program step 2 ends with one of the following specialties:
first Surface Processing - components.
Second Surface treatments - construction.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 2 years, including the basic course. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 1 up 15 weeks. Step 2 is 1 year. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 2 equals 10 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at level 1, and a further 2 periods in school with intermediate training periods for students at step 2.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first perform simple practical work in the chemical and mechanical pretreatment
second perform simple practical metallization tasks
third perform simple tasks in wet painting and
fourth perform simple tasks in powder coating.

3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to in section 3.1. mentioned skills also have met the regulatory requirements on training requirements regarding personal safety in order to legally work with isocyanates.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.4., Is that students can:
first work environment and working consciously with all tasks within the program's job areas, including handle and dispose of waste and residual products safety and environmentally correct
second use language skills in both professional and personal communicative situations in the area of ​​employment and apply written instructions, specifications, data sheets, standards and manuals, as well as information technology professional knowledge search
third included in the project organized working groups and in other forms of cooperation with colleagues, and gain knowledge of instructional and presentation skills and instruct colleagues in the discipline,
fourth work quality conscious and demonstrate knowledge of the company's quality management system and production practices, as well as being able to perform process control, quality control and carry out evidence based on knowledge of quality systems
fifth demonstrate innovative and creative skills in the performance of productivity-enhancing activities and also gain knowledge of setting up and operating your own business,
6th show understanding of internal and external customer requirements and customer service can gain knowledge of design and product development and show understanding for globalization affect the company's operations
7th perform chemical and mechanical pre-treatment as well as perform metalliserings-, vådlakerings-, and powder coating tasks under supervision,
8th selecting paint materials and maintain the equipment,
9th perform mechanical pretreatment to a given quality and roughness independently and perform metallization to a given thickness, wet painting and use special equipment for pretreatment and wet painting,
10th perform measurements, select and calculate the paint material consumption as well as select processing equipment for a given task,
11th establish udearbejdsplads safety, environmental and occupational health properly
12th troubleshoot and systematic maintenance of process equipment,
13th perform chemical pretreatment independently, including performing process control and monitoring and adjusting badtilstand, powder and wet painting both manually and automatically to a specified thickness with advanced process equipment
14th selecting process equipment and paint material for a given task,

15th calculate the paint material consumption for a given task, and assist in the optimization of production processes and
16th troubleshoot and systematic maintenance of process equipment.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1. no. 1-8, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1. no. 9 - 12 apply to the thesis surface processes, structures.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1. no. 13 - 16 apply to the thesis surface treats components.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum for the degree program within the overall framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1 surface treatments, holds the school a final test. The test is held in the form of a practical project that is based on learning outcomes for stages 1

6.3. As part of the last school period in step 2, surface treat - construction / components, organized by the School a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. Svend exam consists of a written and practical test and is based on learning outcomes by step 2.Opgaverne made by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.3.2. Students' test for surface treating construction / components implemented within a period of up to 15 clock hours spread over up to 5 days. The written test will be held within the program last school period with a duration of 2 clock hours. The exam is assessed by the teacher and two examiners. The organizations based in the Technical Committee, which appoints and afbeskikker examiners. The teacher and the two examiners shall notify the student examination results immediately after the final grade is calculated. Sight Masters participate only as the test evaluation.
6.3.3. In its assessment of the practical test will be the student the opportunity to explain the used workflow and methodology and thus to further demonstrate its technical- and general professional and general and personal skills in relation to the training received. The grade of the written exam counts 25 percent, while the grade for the practical test counts 75 per cent.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization.

6.5. For students who finish the program after step 1, surface treatment, the sample must be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program after step 2, surface treat - components / construction, the examination must be passed.

6.7. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.8. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Annex 16

Plastic Mager

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Plastic Mager The program has the overall aim to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Planning a plastic industrial production from specifications.
Second Implementation of a production within polymer in compliance with environmental and safety regulations.
Third Performing maintenance on plastic industrial production and process equipment.
Fourth Communication and cooperation with relevant stakeholders in relation to plastic industrial production.
Fifth Calculation in the context of processes by plastic industrial production.
6th Ongoing optimization to ensure stable production processes.
7th Troubleshooting and follow-up of errors in the operation.
8 thereof. Documentation of plastic industrial production

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, Plastic Auxiliary and two additional steps:

1.4. The program step 2 ends with the thesis Plastic Mager.

1.5. The program step 3 ends with the thesis Plastic Specialist.

2. Duration and structure, etc.


2.1. The program step 1 2 years, including the basic course. School Teaching at hovedforløbets step 1 is 20 weeks. The program step 2 2 years, of which school education represents 15 weeks. The program step 3 is 1 year and includes 15 weeks of school.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two periods in school at every level of education with intervening practice periods.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first assist in the simple production of plastic parts based on knowledge of control systems in the plastics production and knowledge of measurement techniques and tolerance systems
second assist in the identification of commonly used plastic materials, including know their characteristics and suitability for a particular production and use his knowledge to properly use materials including methods of treating recycled plastic
third work with materials and chemicals in an occupational health and environmentally correct way
fourth perform various simple joining methods for plastic products and
fifth Practice simple production-related calculations, including achieve competencies equivalent to the basic subject Mathematics, level F.

3.2. Baseline test must be passed.

3.3. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to the section 3.1. mentioned skills also have completed the Working Environment Authority approved courses "Personal safety when working with epoxy and isocyanates" and "Safety of polyester molding".

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.3., Is that students can:
first use common information technology tools for compiling documentation
second included in the project organized working groups and in other forms of cooperation with colleagues and communicate professionally in the company,
third work quality conscious according to company standards
fourth work environment conscious with all tasks within the program's job areas
fifth show understanding of globalization affect the company's operations
6th use foreign language technical documentation and use information technology tools to professional knowledge search in foreign-language databases and dictionaries
7th provide topical drawings
8th initiate, commission and end a production run of plastic products, including optimizing, causing determine and correct simple errors systematically plan and execute production with relevant plastics production equipment, from specifications and knowledge of basic chemical concepts and plastic-related material properties, as well as identify the plastic industry's most used plastic materials including knowledge of recycled plastic,
9th create and read simple charts on the controls and build simple controls and know the corresponding elements
10th apply common measurement tools for plastic industrial production and from a given plastic production samples for production control and with appropriate equipment to make visual and metrological control
11th perform the joining of thick-walled plastic materials
12th demonstrate innovative skills by working in the education fields and apply knowledge of social and organizational matters related to their own job function and gain knowledge of innovation tools and demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business,
13th instruct others within her,
14th demonstrate knowledge of the company's quality systems
15th engage in work settings using productivity-enhancing methodologies and tools in the plastic industrial production
16th perform process calculations and apply these into production (eg injection pressure after pressure, heating time, cooling time, cure time, duration, cycle time) and from a given plastic production perform statistical process control, comparing the measurement results with applicable norms and standards and control the general product characteristics
17 . use peripherals under supervision, including making simple programming of control systems and to contribute to the optimization of production processes using peripheral and follow equipment
18th make proper handling and processing of plastics for recycling from knowledge of the individual types of plastic characteristics and product requirements as well as from an environmental correct assessment of the material's recyclability (sustainability)
19th selecting and pretreating raw materials to a specific plastic production
20th use relevant laboratory equipment for a given quality,

21st assist in the design and construction of simple tools for the production of thermoset topics thermoformed objects and injection molded parts,
22nd perform calculation of costs associated with plastic industrial production as well as perform process optimization calculations by plastic industrial production
23rd perform testing, commissioning and optimization of the tools in the plastic industrial production
24th assist in the plastic industrial production using advanced materials and processes
25th manage and execute simple topic development projects and cooperation on topic optimization of production and application-related parameters
26th do professionally understandable in English against suppliers, customers, colleagues and other partners
27th strengthen the relevant professional skills in one or more of the program's core areas thermoplastic thermoset production processes
28th show understanding for the chosen subject area technology options
29th contribute to the solution of complex problems within one or more of the program's core areas thermoplastics and thermosets production processes
30th produce complicated products within one or more of the program's core areas thermoplastics and thermosets production processes
31st implement systematic problem solving and debugging in a plastic production based on an in-depth knowledge of relevant process parameters
32nd use productive methodologies and tools in the plastic industrial production
33rd assume the role of project manager and implement development projects
34th collaborate and communicate plastic professionally with suppliers, customers, colleagues and other partners in connection with a plastic production,
35th collaboration with colleagues, customers and suppliers about the topic optimization based on thorough knowledge of conventional plastic materials and production and occupancy parameters
36th perform the calculation of the production costs of plastic production,
37th exhibit holistic business understanding for the implementation of a plastic manufacturing and knowledge about opportunities for entrepreneurship,
38th conduct quality assurance of plastic products and ready-made plastic products in relation to current standards, including determining the quality selecting test methods and conduct appropriate tests, analyze data material and prepare necessary documentation
39th participate in the development and operation of the company's quality assurance system,
40th advise about production-related environmental issues associated with plastic production, including recycling and energy.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-15, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 16-30, apply for the program step 2 plastic makers.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 31-40, apply for the program step 3, plastics specialist.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum for the degree program within the overall framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after step 1, plastic assistant, should only be taken by students who complete the program at that stage. The sample, after step 2, that is not the program last step, has been prepared by all pupils.

6.2. As part of the last school period in the program step 1, plastic assistant, holds the school a final test. Disk contents organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.2.1. The exam consists of a practical task and includes a task chosen by the student from the school projects are proposed within one of the areas of injection molding, extrusion / thermoforming or thermosets. The sample prepared within a period of 6 clock hours.
6.2.2. The exam is assessed by a teacher and an external examiner appointed by the school.

6.3. As part of the last school period in the program step 2, plastics maker, holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test for students who finish with that step. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.3.1. The final exam consists of a written and a practical test. The written test consists of a number of issues in basic subjects, area subjects and specialization. The exam includes questions in plastics technology and plastics. As aids may be used own writing documentation and compendiums and manuals. The practical test includes practical professional skills or laboratory work or a combination of these. The contents of the final examination organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.3.2. The written test has a duration of a total of 4 clock hours, while the practical test has a duration of 27 clock hours. Sight Masters participant, parts of the sample, and by nature the release.
6.3.3. In assessing the teacher and manageable champions a grade respectively for the practical and written test. The assessment included evaluation of the phases: preparation, implementation and quality assessment. In the evaluation emphasis on the student's professional skills, systematic problem solving, order, diligence materials, machinery, equipment and tools and work planning. The total apprenticeship character appears as a weighted average of the written and practical test. The grade for the written test is included in the overall grade by 25 per cent., While the grade for the practical part of the exam is included in the overall grade by 75 percent.

6.4. As part of the last school period in step 3, plastics specialist, holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.4.1. Svend test consists of an oral exam. The sample is based on a writing project. The sample should be collected show the student's acquisition of the program's competency. The project is held within a range of subjects that the school, in agreement with the Technical Committee. The project is based on a specific technical problem on the student's placement company or another company within the field of education. The student, in consultation with the internship company a problem formulation approved by the school. In light of the problem definition prepare the student a written project.

6.4.2. The oral exam is 30 minutes, including evaluation. The sample consists of students' presentation on the project. Eleven assessed by a teacher appointed by the school and a show master appointed by the Technical Committee.

6.5. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as an average of all basic, division and specialization of the main program. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.6. For students who finish the program with step 1, plastic assistant, the examination must be passed.

6.7. For students who finish the program with step 2 plastic makers, the examination must be passed.

6.8. For students who finish the program with step 3, plastics specialist, the examination must be passed.

6.9. Upon completion of training with step 1, plastic assistant, issuing school education and training to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.10. Upon completion of the program step 2, plastic lean, issuing the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.11. Upon completion of the program step 3, plastics specialist, issued the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.



Annex 17

Process Operator

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training as a process operator's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Control and monitoring of process plants.
Second Energy and environment.
Third Production management and business economics.
Fourth Work organization in industrial production.
Fifth Error detection, fault repair and maintenance tasks.
6th Sampling and analysis.
7th Safety and work.
8 thereof. Planning and execution of production tasks and other tasks and projects related to production, including product engineering, manufacturing improvements and cleaning of production equipment.
9th Communication, reporting and technical documentation.

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, Process Works.

1.4. The program step 2 ends with the thesis Process Operator.

2. Duration and structure, etc.


2.1. The program step 1 2 years, including the basic course. School Teaching at hovedforløbets step 1 is 12 weeks. The program step 2 2 years. School Teaching at step 2 is 23 weeks.

2.2. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 1 is divided into at least two school periods with intervening practice periods, or alternatively in a school period with a training period prior to and a period of after-school period. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 2 divided into at least two school periods with intervening practice periods.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can
first work with simple control and regulation techniques in process industry
second participate in the operation of process plants in the knowledge of at least five different unit operations
third collect and record production data,
fourth participate in troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of process plant and use hand tools and simple measuring instruments and
fifth actively involved in job-related project work.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.3., Is that students can:
first monitor production via the control, regulation and monitoring systems, as well as take samples and to intervene if the production
second operate simple tasks manually - automated - and computer-controlled production equipment in accordance with regulations and provisions in force
third perform maintenance on production equipment in cooperation with other professionals
fourth part of the team organized production and participate in project and development work together with other professionals
fifth work in compliance with applicable environmental and safety regulations and of rules on hygiene,
6th work environment and energy conscious with tasks within the program's job areas with a view to sustainable development,
7th prepare for production start-up, intervene by production deviations complete stop, as well as perform restart of production at processing plants
8th install equipment and systems for control, regulation and supervision of processing plants
9th troubleshoot and repair in cooperation with internal and external service people and repairers
10th conduct analysis of chemical and physical processes and put it into action in the production
11th prepare and use technical documentation
12th use IT to control, regulation and monitoring of processing plants
13th communicate and report in relation to procesoperatørens job functions
14th connect and start up supply systems in production as well as managing the operation and production of supply systems,
15th demonstrate innovative skills regarding optimization, testing, development, renovation and new construction of production and process plants,
16th use foreign-language manuals and information technology tools to professional knowledge discovery in databases and dictionaries and
17th show business understanding concerning the establishment and operation of business based on knowledge about the process industry production and market conditions.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-5, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 6 - 17 apply to the program step 2.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, process works, holds the school a final test. The test is oral and is a verification of the student's project tasks, themes and topics. The test has a duration of 30 minutes, including discussion. In evaluating the test, the assessment "Pass / Fail".

6.3. As part of the last school period in step 2, process operator, holds the school a final test. The sample is an apprenticeship. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.3.1. The exam consists of a written and a practical test. Technical documentation to the processing facilities must be available during the execution of the practical test and students must bring handbooks, compendia own notes and similar material, but not earlier apprenticeship tasks solution. The tasks set by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.3.2. The written test has a duration of 4 clock hours and consists of a task trivia with indicative time of 1 clock hour and a task in problem solving with indicative time of 3 clock hours.
6.3.3. The practical examination lasts a total of 10 clock hours. The test consists of two subsamples of process plants with connected control and regulation functions. The tasks are distributed among the students by lottery. The two sub-samples are composed of a production task and troubleshooting, debugging and maintenance tasks.
6.3.3.1. Production task, solved in a team of 2 to 4 students with planning and organization of production day, the start-up of production, including possible. supply systems, monitoring of production, work for management systems, sampling and analysis, adjustment of operating parameters, stopping the production and decommissioning. This task is solved within a duration of 6 clock hours.
6.3.3.2. Error detection, fault repair and maintenance task is carried out independently by the student and includes shifting production start-up or takeover of ongoing production, monitoring of production, work for management systems, stopping or delivery of installations and related reporting and troubleshooting and debugging of embedded errors and execution of maintenance task. This task lasts 4 clock hours.
6.3.4. In evaluating the journeyman test gives teachers and examiners an overall mark by common voting respectively for the written test and each of the two practical tests. The total exam grade is the average of the grade for the written test and the two characters for the practical test.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who finish the program with step 1, process work, the examination must be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program with step 2, process operator, the journeyman test be passed.

6.7. When the training ended after step 1, process works, issuing school education and training to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.8. When the training ended after step 2, a process operator shall issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.



Annex 18

Produktør

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of produktør the main purpose, to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first implementation of industrial production,
second simple repair and maintenance tasks of industrial machinery and plants in compliance with applicable environmental and safety regulations
third production quality
4th perform inventory functions in relation to production,
fifth perform simple connecting techniques,
6th clamping and downs of items on automated machines and plants.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals of the Program.

1.3. The program is completed with the thesis Produktør.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts 1 year and 6 months inclusive basic course. The school teaching in the main scenario represents 16 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least three school periods with intervening practice periods.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. For the student can start school education in the program's main course, the student must meet the following competences:
first use industrial tools,
second participate in simple machine tending tasks
third assist with simple maintenance and repair tasks
fourth assist in the preparation, development and implementation of small production tasks
fifth perform its own personal safety when working with epoxy and isocyanates
6th explain the production processes in various types of manufacturing companies,

7th demonstrate knowledge of applicable rules in security, safety and environment.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:
first engage in industrial production based on knowledge of the quality parameters and production targets
second understand and apply different working instructions
third understand and use simple technical drawings,
fourth participate in the company's internal storage functions and know the company's logistics system,
fifth engage with and work in teams with colleagues and other professionals
6th participate in the company's quality control and quality assurance in production,
7th use different types of joining methods, including gluing, soldering, welding and use detachable joining methods using screws, bolts, rivets and nuts in compliance with applicable safety rules, including being in possession of the necessary certificates
8th undertake various types of processing, including simple turning and drilling techniques as well as grinding and polishing,
9th assist in the operation of the simple production of basic control automatics based on knowledge of simple forms of production within the industry
10th perform simple maintenance and repair tasks based on knowledge of the properties of various materials and applications
11th perform simple troubleshooting of electrical and mechanical equipment,
12th perform the work in accordance with current regulations on safety and the environment.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. evaluation and evidence etc.

6.1. For students who complete the program to produktør hold the school in the last school period, a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. The final test is a practical task performed on the last school module. Assignment content organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee. The assignment is based on the competence goals for education.
6.1.2. The practical problem is solved within a duration of 6 clock hours. Eleven carry out a task which displays the student's knowledge of the production process, including plant construction and operation ways. The practical task is performed by the student as a principal task or participating in a group assignment. Eleven evaluated individually. Assignment objective is to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational, general and personal competency for training.
6.1.3. The examination of the pupil takes place during the test sequence. The exam has a total duration of up to 20 minutes per. student.

6.2. The exam is assessed by the teacher and two examiners. The Technical Committee will identify and afbeskikker examiners.

6.3. There is not given character by journeyman test, but a pass / fail basis.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the school education be successfully completed.

6.5. The training certificate issued pursuant to the Executive Order on vocational training and the Order on tests and exams in vocational education when the school certificate and final internship statement is issued, and the final examination. The training certificate issued by the Technical Committee at the end of the training.

6.6. Make-up exams and new examination (re-examination) follows the announcement on tests and exams in vocational education. Conducting only new examination in the sub-samples, where the character in the first sample is composed character.



Annex 19

Ship Technician

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of marine technician The overall objective of the students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Preparing for and planning of manufacturing and repair and maintenance work on ships.
Second Implementation of manufacturing, repair and maintenance processes on ships.
Third Manufacture of large structures for ships.
Fourth Design tasks related to shipbuilding.
Fifth Maintenance of production equipment.
6th Quality measurement and documentation related to typical tasks in the art.
7th Finishing of metals in the manufacturing and repair processes.
8 thereof. Professional communication and collaboration with customers, co-workers, as well as domestic and foreign stakeholders.

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.


1.3. The program includes steps 1, ship technician assistant, which is a step in the program specializations.

1.4. The program step 2 can be completed with one of the following specialties:
first Ship engineer (construction).
Second Marine Technician (repair).
Third Ship Engineer (design).
Fourth Marine Technician (maritime tube).

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program Step 1 lasts 2 years and 6 months, including the baseline scenario. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 1 is 20 weeks. Step 2 is 1 year and 6 months. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 2 up 15 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at level 1, and a further 2 periods in school with intermediate training periods for students at step 2.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first create and read simple working drawings and perform calculations, material lists and other documentation in accordance with applicable norms and standards using electronic tools
second select suitable material and produce individual items in consideration of the current norms, standards and safety regulations
third plan and execute simple manufacturing tasks using manual and mechanical machining methods, including spåntagen- and spånløsbearbejdning of steel materials, metals and plastics,
fourth shorten and form the equal, slanted and shaped cut in sheet, tube and profiles taking into account the applicable norms, standards and tolerance requirements
fifth perform various welding processes in a manufacturing process taking into account the applicable safety and quality standards
6th maintaining the most common hand tools, measuring tools and welding equipment used in the art
7th use measuring tools to make objective and other quality control in relation to given standards and tolerance indications and
8th show understanding of the relationship between production, cost, schedule and quality in a typical blacksmithing.

3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to the section 3.1. mentioned skills also have acquired a certificate for completing the course "Occupational health and safety, welding / thermal (§ 26 course)".

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.7., Is that students can:
first engage in project-oriented working groups and in other forms of cooperation with colleagues
second work quality conscious, comply with quality standards for all tasks and demonstrate knowledge of the company's quality systems
third work energy and environmentally conscious, comply with environmental requirements for all activities within the program's fields and in particular, demonstrate understanding of sustainability,
fourth work in accordance with applicable rules of safety and labor and product liability with all tasks within the program's job areas
fifth show understanding for the impact of globalization on the working process of a typical company in the industry
6th demonstrate innovative skills by working within the education job areas
7th perform internal and external customer service,
8th demonstrate knowledge of production management and ability to organize, plan and assess solutions for own tasks,
9th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business and have an understanding of the link between sales, production, cost, schedule and quality in a typical company in the industry
10th use technical terms and names used in the shipbuilding industry terminology
11th perform catalog of ideas Prototyping
12th read and make working and ship drawings using CAD tools
13th perform calculations, material lists and other documentation in accordance with applicable norms and standards
14th selecting and processing materials by type, requirements and uses
15th organize workflow and manufacture ship components and large structures in sheet metal and steel profiles in total manufacturing, repair and maintenance course
16th make quality and control measurements relative to a given quality management system and taking into account given standards and tolerance indications
17th perform post-processing of metals and other materials in a manufacturing and repair processes should interact in light of a given standard,
18th show understanding for different types of ships and steel structures on ships
19th implement project management in all phases of a manufacturing process,

20th manufacture complex work and ship drawings, primarily using CAD tools and in accordance with applicable norms and standards
21st selecting suitable material type and dimension for the repair, construction and maintenance of ships and steel structures with consideration of the applicable norms, standards and safety regulations
22nd perform complex technical calculations for repair, manufacture and maintenance of ships and steel structures
23rd organize workflow and perform complete repair processes on ships and steel structures
24th use and develop a blueprint manually
25th develop three-dimensional models of marine elements and based on these, create templates for a repair process
26th organize workflow and perform complete manufacturing process for ships and steel structures
27th develop three-dimensional models of marine elements and on the basis of these produce templates for a manufacturing process
28th dimensioning elements of the ship and steel structures in consideration of the applicable norms and standards,
29th design and design elements of the shipbuilding and steel structures,
30th visualize ship shape in three dimensions, using CAD tools
31 out market analyzes in the choice of types of ships and steel structures for production,
32nd organize workflow and perform complete manufacturing, assembly and repair processes in hollow sections
33rd selecting suitable materials and tube type and dimension for pipe installation with consideration of the applicable norms and standards and
34th manufacture and use complex isometric piping drawings and working drawings for assembly and manufacturing process using CAD tools.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 to 17, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 18 - 22, and for all specialties in education.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 23-25, the specialization program in marine technician (repair).

4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 26 - 28, the specialization program in marine engineer (construction).

4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 29-31, the specialization program in marine engineer (design).

4.7. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 31-34, the specialization program in marine technician (maritime tube).

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, ship technician assistant, holds the school a final test. The content is organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply. The examination consists of a practical project that aims to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational, general and personal competency for training.

6.3. As part of the last school period in the specialties ship engineer (construction), ship engineer (repair), ship engineer (design), ship engineer (maritime tube), organized by the School a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. For students conducting specialties Ship Engineer (Construction), Guard Technician (repair), Ship Engineer (design), Guard Technician (maritime tube), the final sample a chosen task in the materials and processes that are typical of the thesis, a set of practical and theoretical assignment and an oral examination of the student 10 - 15 minutes on the performance of the self-chosen and the practical and theoretical task. The contents of the final examination organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.3.1.1. The self-chosen task of technical documentation with the project and conclusion and an associated practical task. The project should be approved by the teacher and the two censors before solving the practical task that is linked to the technical documentation. Pupils solving the tasks judged by a teacher appointed by the school and two spectacle masters (examiners) appointed by the Technical Committee.

6.3.2. The self-chosen task and the bound practical task is performed as part of the teaching. The technical documentation made in writing and executed during the 51 clock hours, of which 5 clock hours to conclusion, while the associated practical task is performed on the basis of the technical documentation. The tied practical and theoretical task made when the project description for the technical documentation is approved and in particular includes items that are not included in the self-chosen task. The practical task that is linked to the technical documentation and the bound practical task is performed during a total of 51 clock hours. Sight Mestre (censors) are present during the last two days during task performance.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who finish the program with step 1, ship technician assistant, the test set out in section 6.2. be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program with step 2, specialties ship engineer (construction), ship engineer (repair), ship engineer (design), ship engineer (maritime tubes) must test as set out in section 6.3. be passed.

6.7. Upon completion of training, including completion of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.8. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Annex 20

Ship's Mechanic

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of ship mechanic's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Installation, repair and maintenance of the ship's technical systems.
Second Use of the equipment for cutting, forming and joining in the performance of repair and maintenance of the ship's technical facilities and structure.
Third Use of information technology in connection with daily tasks, including search and retrieval of relevant technical and professional information.
Fourth Communication and collaboration with customers, co-workers, as well as domestic and foreign stakeholders on training tasks.
Fifth Maritime Technical tasks that can be handled by ship's assistants.

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals of the Program.

1.3. The program includes Maritime Programme Basic Course, Ship assistant. The basic course is Step 1 of the program.

1.4. The program step 2 ends with the thesis Ship's Mechanic.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training of ship mechanic 3 years and 3 months beyond Maritime Programme Basic Course, Ship assistant, but including the basic course. The school teaching in the main scenario is 20 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two periods in school. In addition, the main program Maritime Programme Final course for ship mechanics, which is regulated by the Act on maritime education.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first create and read simple working drawings using electronic tools as well as perform calculations, material lists and other documentation in accordance with applicable norms and standards
second select suitable material and produce individual items in consideration of the current norms, standards and safety regulations
third perform various welding processes in a manufacturing process taking into account the applicable safety and quality standards
fourth shorten and form the equal, slanted and shaped cut in sheet, tube and profiles taking into account the applicable norms, standards and tolerance requirements
fifth perform sheet and cut into thinner material by hand, machine, profile and curve axis taking into account existing norms, standards and tolerance requirements
6th maintaining the most common hand tools, measuring tools and welding equipment used in the art
7th make simple repairs, demontage- and assembly tasks on ships' main distribution plant,
8th mounting and dismounting simple hydraulic components taking into account the requirements for cleanliness and safety,

9th make mounting and dismounting of the diesel engine's main parts and carry out simple repair and maintenance tasks of piping, pumps and valves, in consideration of the legislation on the marine environment in connection with the repair of marine plants and
10th use measuring tools to make objective and other quality control in relation to given standards and tolerance indications.

3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to the section 3.1. mentioned skills also have acquired a certificate for completing the course "Occupational health and safety, welding / thermal (§ 26 course)".

3.3. The student must meet the requirements for health certificate under the rules of education for able seaman, established pursuant to the Act on maritime education.

3.4. Basic course for ship's assistants must be completed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:
first engage in project-oriented working groups and in other forms of cooperation with colleagues
second communicate professionally at all levels of the company (the ship)
third work quality conscious and demonstrate knowledge of a company's quality system
fourth work energy and environmentally conscious, comply with environmental requirements for all activities within the program's job areas and including an understanding of sustainability
fifth show understanding for the impact of globalization on the working process of a typical company in the industry
6th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business,
7th demonstrate innovative skills by working within the education job areas
8th demonstrate knowledge of production management and ability to organize, plan and assess solutions for own tasks,
9th use information technology to support education job areas, including search and retrieval of relevant technical and professional information,
10th create and read simple working drawings using electronic tools as well as perform calculations and documentation in accordance with applicable norms and standards
11th performing tasks on the ship's technical facilities in accordance with applicable quality standards and the use of technical specifications in Danish and English,
12th repair and maintain smaller ship hydraulic systems, in collaboration with other professionals
13th repair and maintenance less complex electrical controls in cooperation with other professionals
14th repair and maintain diesel engines in cooperation with other professionals
15th repair and maintain support systems in cooperation with other professionals
16th perform various welding methods in various materials in an assembly or manufacturing process, taking into account existing norms and standards
17th use equipment for cutting and forming in connection with the manufacture and repair tasks with consideration of the applicable norms and standards,
18th use equipment to hardware and manual processing associated with manufacturing and repair tasks with consideration of the applicable norms and standards,
19th participate in bridge operator, guard the country and engine room and have insight into the current surveillance systems in ships in accordance with applicable rules and
20th perform mooring and prepare for loading and unloading of ships in accordance with applicable regulations.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period of training for ship mechanic holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. The exam consists of a written test and a practical test. The written test consists of tasks within the program's competency. As aids for solving the written test may be used personal notes and available electronically or carried literature. The practical test consists of maintenance tasks and a manufacturing task. The contents of the final examination organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.1.2. The assignment solved within 2 clock hours, while the practical test performed within 30 clock hours. The task performed in the context of school education last 2 weeks.

6.1.3. Pupils solving the tasks judged by a teacher (examiner) appointed by the school and two spectacle masters (examiners) appointed by the Technical Committee. The examiner and the two examiners leaves a total character, respectively the written and practical test. Sight Masters participate only as the test evaluation.
6.1.4. For the calculation of the final examination score is weighted grade for the written test with 20 per cent. and the nature of the practical test with 80 per cent.

6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass mark in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.3. For students who complete the training as a ship's mechanic, the test set out in section 6.1. be passed.

6.4. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.5. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Annex 21

Ship Fitter

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Ship Fitter program has as its main purpose to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Planning and preparation of topics using common equipment and tools as well as planning and implementation of assembly, repair and preventive maintenance tasks.
Second Performing scheduled maintenance of ships' main and auxiliary engines, and other mechanical and technical systems.
Third Planning and execution of tasks involving manual and mechanical machining, thermal and mechanical joining, assembly and disassembly, repair technique, measuring technology control technology and the application of information technology on the basis of available documentation.
Fourth Use of information technology for daily operations, including search and retrieval of relevant technical and professional information.
Fifth Communication and collaboration with customers, colleagues and other domestic and foreign stakeholders on training tasks.
6th Economic and technical calculation and optimization of products and processes related to the training tasks.

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, Industrial Engineer.

1.4. The program step 2 ends with the thesis: Ship Fitter

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program Step 1 lasts 2 years and 6 months. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 1 is 20 weeks. The program's step 2 is 1 year and 6 months. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 2 represents a total of 15 weeks.

2.2. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 1 is divided into at least two school periods with intervening periods of work experience, and a further 2 periods in school with intermediate training periods for students at step 2.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first create and read simple working drawings using electronic tools as well as perform calculations, material lists and other documentation in accordance with applicable norms and standards
second select suitable material and produce individual items in consideration of the current norms, standards and safety regulations
third perform various welding processes in a manufacturing process taking into account the applicable safety and quality standards
fourth shorten and form the equilibrium, diagonal or facade section of the plate, tubes and profiles taking into account the applicable norms, standards and tolerance requirements
fifth perform sheet and cut into thinner material by hand, machine, profile and curve axis taking into account existing norms, standards and tolerance requirements
6th maintaining the most common hand tools, measuring tools and welding equipment used in the art
7th make systematic troubleshooting and repair simple, automatic controls,
8th mounting and dismounting simple hydraulic components taking into account the requirements for cleanliness and safety,

9th make mounting and dismounting of the diesel engine's main parts and carry out simple repair and maintenance tasks of piping, pumps and valves, in consideration of the legislation on the marine environment in connection with the repair of marine plants and
10th obtaining IT skills equivalent to Information, level F.

3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to the section 3.1. mentioned skills also have acquired a certificate for completing the course "Occupational health and safety, welding / thermal (§ 26 course)".

3.3. The applicant shall have met the targets for the basic subject Information technology, level F.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.4., Is that students can:
first use collaboration and communication techniques, engage in collaborative processes, and apply relevant documentation and other data available in Danish and English,
second included in the project organization and project groups
third work with internal and external customer service, including the establishment and maintenance of technical communication at all levels of the company,
fourth create an overview and show initiative and have knowledge about search
fifth show quality awareness and knowledge of the construction and maintenance of quality systems
6th demonstrate knowledge of production management and ability to organize, plan and assess solutions for own tasks,
7th work energy and environmentally conscious, comply with environmental requirements for all activities within the program's job areas and including an understanding of sustainability
8th show understanding for the impact of globalization on the working process of a typical company in the industry
9th demonstrate innovative skills by working within the education job areas
10th manufacture components using common equipment and tools as well as participate in the assembly, repair and preventive maintenance tasks on equipment
11th perform scheduled maintenance on diesel engines and other mechanical and technical systems
12th performing tasks involving manual and mechanical machining, thermal and mechanical joining, assembly and disassembly, measuring and control technology based on common operating sketches and drawings and use of information technology,
13th use information in connection with the daily tasks, including search and retrieval of relevant technical and professional information,
14th plan and carry out production of items using common equipment and tools as well as plan and carry out assembly, repair and preventive maintenance tasks on marine equipment
15th perform scheduled maintenance of ships' main and auxiliary engines, and other mechanical and technical systems
16th plan and execute tasks involving manual and mechanical machining, thermal and mechanical joining, assembly and disassembly, repair technique, measuring technology control technology and the application of information technology on the basis of available evidence and
17th use relevant science topics in academic and professional contexts, and have insight into the science basis for engineering and technology and be well placed to understand the science subjects are located within marine technician field.

4.2. The trained marine engineer has also taken to establish and operate their own business as well as design and product development.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 to 13, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 14 - 17 apply to the program step 2.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 1, industrial engineer, holds the school a final test. The sample consists of a practical task, which aims to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational and general and personal competency for training. The test is held in the step last two weeks of teaching and has a duration of 30 clock hours. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.


6.3. As part of the last school period in step 2 of the thesis ship fitter holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. The assignment consists of a written and a practical task. The task is solved in a total of 27 clock hours of which the last 4 clock hours devoted to conclusion. The practical test of the program consists of a compulsory task and a self-selected group project with a duration of 28 clock hours. Sight Masters (censors) must be present during the execution of the practical test.
6.3.2. The task consists of typical tasks for ship fitter industry. In its assessment of the practical test will be the student the opportunity to explain the used workflow and methodology and thus to further demonstrate its technical- and general professional and general and personal skills in relation to the training received. The tasks set by the school in consultation with the trade committee. Pupils solving the tasks judged by a teacher appointed by the school and two examiners appointed by the Technical Committee.
6.3.3. Eleven have passed the journeyman test if a minimum grade passed is achieved in each of the samples, respectively, the written and practical. The teacher and the 2 spectacle champions notify the student examination results immediately after the final grade is calculated.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass marks in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who finish the program with step 1, industrial engineer, the final test be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program with step 2, ship fitter, the journeyman test be passed.

6.7. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.



Annex 22

Wrought program

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of blacksmith's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Preparation and planning of manufacturing and repair and maintenance tasks.
Second Implementation of manufacturing, repair and maintenance program.
Third Cutting and forming of metals and plastics.
Fourth Manuel and machining of metals and plastics.
Fifth Joining technique.
6th Mounting and dismounting of components, machinery and installations.
7th Maintenance of production equipment.
8 thereof. Quality measurement and documentation related to typical tasks in the art.
9th Finishing of metals in the manufacturing and repair processes.
10th Professional communication with customers, colleagues and external suppliers.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, wrought-processing, which is a step in the program specializations.

1.4. The program step 2, wrought, can be completed with one of the following specialties:
first Boilermaker.
Second Wrought (aluminum).
Third Wrought (stainless).
Fourth Energy technology.
Fifth Welder.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 2 years, including the basic course. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 1 is 12 weeks. The program step 2, wrought lasts 6 months and for specialties locksmith, blacksmith (aluminum), forging (stainless) and energy technology 2 years. School Tuition for the thesis welder accounts for 8 weeks and for specialties locksmith, blacksmith (aluminum), forging (stainless) and energy technology 23 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at level 1, and a further 2 periods in school with intermediate training periods for students at step 2.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first create and read simple working drawings using electronic tools as well as perform calculations, material lists and other documentation in accordance with applicable norms and standards
second select suitable material and produce individual items in consideration of the current norms, standards and safety regulations,

Third plan and execute simple manufacturing tasks using manual and mechanical machining methods, including spåntagen- and spånløsbearbejdning of steel materials, metals and plastics,
fourth shorten and form the equal, slanted and shaped cut in sheet, tube and profiles taking into account the applicable norms, standards and tolerance requirements
fifth perform various welding processes in a manufacturing process taking into account the applicable safety and quality standards
6th maintaining the most common hand tools, measuring tools and welding equipment used in the art
7th use measuring tools to make objective and other quality control in relation to given standards and tolerance indications and
8th show understanding of the relationship between production, cost, schedule and quality in a typical blacksmithing.

3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to the section 3.1. mentioned skills also have acquired a certificate for completing the course "Occupational health and safety, welding / thermal (§ 26 course)".

3.3. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.8., Is that students can:
first engage in project-oriented working groups and in other forms of cooperation with colleagues
second work quality conscious, comply with quality standards for all tasks and demonstrate knowledge of the company's quality systems
third work energy and environmentally conscious, comply with environmental requirements for all activities within the program's fields and including understands sustainability
fourth work in accordance with applicable rules of safety and labor and product liability with all tasks within the program's job areas
fifth show understanding for the impact of globalization on the working process of a typical company in the industry
6th demonstrate innovative skills by working within the education job areas
7th perform internal and external customer service,
8th demonstrate knowledge of production management and ability to organize, plan and assess solutions for own tasks,
9th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business and have an understanding of the link between sales, production, cost, schedule and quality in a typical blacksmithing,
10th perform catalog of ideas Prototyping
11th read blueprints and produce working drawings using CAD tools
12th perform information searches, calculations, material lists and other documentation required in connection with the manufacture, repair and maintenance course
13th selecting and processing materials according to requirements and uses
14th organize and perform minor constructions in sheet, pipe and steel profiles in total manufacturing, repair and maintenance course
15th plan and execute simple manufacturing tasks using manual and mechanical machining methods
16th perform shortening and forming of equal, slanted and shaped cut in sheet, tube and profiles taking into account the applicable standards and tolerance requirements
17th perform joining in a manufacturing process in accordance with applicable standards
18th mounting and dismounting of components, machinery and installations,
19th maintain production equipment,
20th carry out measurements taking into account given standards and tolerance indications
21st perform surface and finishing of metals and other materials in a manufacturing and repair processes in light of a given quality and applicable norms and standards,
22nd plan and execute complex welding tasks
23rd selecting suitable material type and dimension for the manufacture of parts in steel and steel alloys in combination with other metals, taking into account the applicable norms and standards,
24th select and perform complex joining methods, including automated welding, in a repair and manufacturing process
25th implement project management in all phases of a manufacturing process
26th produce full working drawings, primarily using CAD tools and in accordance with applicable norms and standards
27th make quality and control measurements relative to a quality management system and taking into account given standards and tolerance indications
28th plan and carry out installation, repair and maintenance of buildings, heating stations and industrial plants
29th install, repair and maintain, heat, water, sewer, gas and ventilation installations and including the use of control and regulation technology in accordance with applicable rules and standards,

30th guide the customer on the most appropriate repair in relation to the wishes and expectations of reliability and economy, requirements for safety and environmental standards,
31st produce individual components for structures in tube and plate profiles
32nd selecting suitable material type and dimension for the manufacture of parts in steel and steel alloys in combination with other metals, taking into account the applicable norms and standards,
33rd plan and execute complex manufacturing tasks in steel using manual and mechanical machining methods, including programming and the use of CNC-controlled machining,
34th select and perform appropriate methods for shortening and forming the cut in plate, tube and profiles taking into account the applicable standards, tolerance requirements
35th select and execute suitable joining methods, including automated welding, in a repair and manufacturing process
36th selecting suitable material type and dimension to the production of items in stainless steels and stainless steels in combination with other metals, taking into account the applicable norms and standards,
37th plan and execute complex manufacturing tasks stainless steels using manual and mechanical machining methods, including programming and the use of CNC-controlled machining,
38th select and perform appropriate methods for shortening and forming the cut in the stainless steel sheets, tubes and profiles in consideration of current standards and tolerance requirements
39th select and execute suitable joining methods for joining stainless materials, including automated welding, in a repair and manufacturing process
40th plan and implement manufacturing and assembly of branches and bends of stainless steel pipe in accordance with applicable standards and tolerance requirements
41st select suitable for treatment and perform surface and finishing of stainless steel components in accordance with applicable standards
42nd selecting suitable material type and dimension for the production of aluminum parts and aluminum in combination with other metals, taking into account the applicable norms and standards,
43rd plan and execute complex manufacturing tasks in aluminum using manual and mechanical machining methods, including programming and the use of CNC-controlled machining,
44th select and perform appropriate methods for shortening and forming of cuts in aluminum sheets, tubes and profiles in consideration of current standards and tolerance requirements
45th select and perform suitable joining methods for joining aluminum, including automated welding of a repair and the production processes and
46th select suitable for treatment and perform surface and finishing of aluminum in accordance with applicable standards.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 to 21, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 22-24, the specialization program welder.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 25 - 27 apply to the program's specializations: locksmith, blacksmith (stainless steel), forging (aluminum) and energy technology.

4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 28-31, the specialization program in energy engineering.

4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 32-36, the specialization program locksmith.

4.7. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 37-42, the specialization program blacksmith (stainless).

4.8. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 43-47, the specialization program blacksmith (aluminum).

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step. Contents of the project organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.2. As part of the last school period in the program step 1, wrought (machining), organized by the School for final examination consisting of a practical project. The project aims to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational, general and personal competency for training.


6.3. As part of the last school period of training for specialties locksmith, blacksmith (stainless steel), forging (aluminum), a welder and energy technology holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. The contents of the final examination organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. For students who complete the specialties locksmith, blacksmith (stainless steel), forging (aluminum) and energy technology, including the final test a chosen task in the materials and processes that are typical for the thesis and an oral examination with a duration of 30 minutes on the performance of the self-chosen task.
6.3.1.1. The self-chosen task of technical documentation with the project and conclusion and an associated practical task. The project should be approved by the teacher before solving the practical task that is linked to the technical documentation. Pupils solving the tasks judged by a teacher appointed by the school and two spectacle masters (examiners) appointed by the Technical Committee.
6.3.1.2. The self-chosen task, see. 6.3.1.1., Performed as part of the teaching. Devoted 46 clock hours of technical documentation, 51 clock hours for the practical task, and 5 clock hours to conclusion. In the thesis, energy technician, allocates 30 clock hours of technical documentation, 18 clock hours for the practical task, and 3 clock hours to conclusion. The associated practical task is performed on the basis of the technical documentation.
6.3.2. The contents of the final examination of the thesis welder implemented in accordance with the specific provisions for certification (Danish Standard). The final exam includes a written test and a practical test. The practical test consists of two school certificates in two operations after the student's choice of plate or tube.
6.3.3. Sight Mestre (censors) are present during the last two days during task performance. The thesis energy technician is manageable champions, however, present throughout the section 6.3.1.2., Mentioned the practical task that is linked to the technical documentation.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who finish the program with step 1, wrought (machining), the examination must be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program with step 2, specialties locksmith, blacksmith (stainless steel), forging (aluminum), welder and energy technology, the examination must be passed.

6.7. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.8. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Annex 23

Foundry Technician

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Foundry Technician Training The overall objective of the students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Manual and mechanical production of molded products.
Second Planning and quality assurance of foundry processes in compliance with applicable environmental regulations.
Third Finishing of molded products.
Fourth Construction and design of molded products including the preparation of working drawings and other documentation.

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, Foundry Assistant, which is a step in the program specializations.

1.4. The program step 2 ends with one of the following specialties:
first Sand Casting.
Second Permanent mold casting.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 2 years, including the basic course. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 1 is 12 weeks. Step 2 is 1 year and 6 months. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 2 equals 10 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least three school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at level 1 and a further 1 school period with a training period prior to and practical training after school period in step 2.

2.3. The school may decide that teaching in the main scenario takes place in an educational institution in Sweden, which implements a corresponding Swedish education and recorder Danish students.


3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first create and read simple working drawings and perform calculations, material lists and other documentation in accordance with applicable norms and standards
second select suitable material and produce individual items in consideration of the current norms, standards and safety regulations
third plan and execute simple manufacturing tasks using manual and mechanical machining methods, including spåntagen- and spånløsbearbejdning of steel materials and metals,
fourth cut, dry and after treating each issue taking into account the applicable norms, standards and tolerance requirements
fifth perform various welding processes in a manufacturing process taking into account the applicable safety and quality standards
6th assess different types of defects and causes in a manufacturing process in relation to current quality
7th maintaining the most common hand tools and measuring tools used in the art
8th use measuring tools to make objective and other quality models and finished items in relation to given standards and tolerance indications and
9th show understanding of the relationship between production, cost, schedule and quality of the company.

3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to in § 4, the common skills, should also meet the objectives of the basic subject Mathematics, level F.

3.3. Baseline test must be passed.

3.4. The student must have obtained proof of having completed the course "Occupational health and safety, welding / thermal (§ 26 course)".

3.5. The student must also have completed it by the labor inspectorate approved course "Personal safety when working with epoxy and isocyanates".

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.4., Is that students can:
first prepare and quality assurance of foundry processes with regard to environmental regulations,
second produce seeds manually as well as mechanically,
third make melting and casting in the non steel alloys
fourth make melting and casting of steel alloys
fifth manufacturing lost molds using appropriate tools (hand molding)
6th operate the relevant machinery for the implementation of die casting,
7th perform ingot mold castings,
8th cleaning and after treating molded products as well as perform final inspection,
9th comply with the specific environmental and safety measures applicable to foundry processes in order to ensure sustainable development and
10th Asked solve production tasks innovative and creative in an increasingly optimize processes.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1, 2, 8 and 9, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 3, 4, 5, and 10, the specialization program in Sand Casting.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 3, 6, 7 and 10, the specialization program Permanent mold casting.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.2. As part of the last school period in the program step 1, foundry assistant, holds the school a final test, which consists of a practical task. The objective is to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational and general and personal competence in education.

6.3. As part of the last school period in the program step 2, specialties sand casting and permanent mold casting, organized by the School a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. Svend examination consists of a practical task. The sample resolved within a duration of 24 clock hours. Pupils solving the tasks evaluated by the teacher and two external examiners appointed by the Technical Committee. The two examiners shall only participate in the evaluation of the test. Students are assessed on the basis of the practical task. Students' test made by the school in consultation with the trade committee.


6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. If the program skoledel implemented in Sweden used it for this training current rating system.

6.5. For students who finish the program after step 1, foundry assistant, the examination must be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program with specialization sand casting and permanent mold casting, the journeyman test be passed.

6.7. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.8. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Annex 24

Technical Designer

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of technical designer has as its main purpose to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Manufacture archiving, management and dissemination of technical documentation for industrial production.
Second Manufacture archiving, management and dissemination of technical documentation within the construction industry.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals within one of the program specializations.

1.3. The program can be completed with one of the following specialties:
first Technical designer, Industrial production.
Second Technical designer Construction.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts at least 2 years and 5 months and a maximum of 2 years and 11 months, including the baseline scenario. The school teaching in the main scenario amounts to 40 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intervening practice periods.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first plan and evaluate his daily work
second applying professional and technical terms in both Danish and foreign relevant in the performance of tasks in technical design,
third use basic CAD including the manufacture and printing of 2D working drawings
fourth use numerical processing and calculation of structural contexts
fifth explain the rules, norms and standards for the design of technical documentation in construction including digital construction,
6th explain the norms and standards for the design of technical documentation in industrial production and demonstrate a basic knowledge of GPS (Geometric Product Specification)
7th use of IT for information and design of technical documentation
8th apply basic knowledge of materials and construction elements for construction and manufacturing in the performance of tasks in technical design,
9th apply basic technical communication including written, oral and graphic presentation and
10th Working with others in connection with project work.

3.2. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.3., Is that students can:
first producing all kinds of technical drawings in the manufacturing area also using 3D CAD and producing all kinds of technical drawings in accordance with current norms and standards for the execution of technical drawings,
second draw up technical documentation for the use of CE marking also using 3D CAD including parts lists, assembly instructions, manuals, instructions and safety advice,
third use 3D CAD visualization and animation in industrial production and presentation programs for the delivery of technical documentation including setting up text and images for use in print and digital media
fourth archive and manage all types of technical documentation for industrial production including systematic filing and administration of drawings, files and documents using appropriate tools

Fifth formulate and follow up schedules, including the use of industry-related planning tools related to production planning in manufacturing, as well as have knowledge of project implementation and project management, and may be part of change processes by optimizing and streamlining of production,
6th perform constructions and calculations for industrial production using appropriate tools taking into account the norms, rules, standards, quality assurance, product liability and environmental conditions
7th producing all kinds of technical drawings in the building and construction sector, which is in accordance with current norms and standards for the execution of technical drawings,
8th draw up technical documentation for design of construction and building applications, including maintenance plans and descriptive quantities,
9th use 3D CAD visualization and animation within the construction area and use presentation programs to provide technical documentation including setting up text and images for use in print and digital media
10th archive and manage all types of technical documentation within the construction sector, including systematic filing and administration of drawings, files and documents using appropriate tools
11th formulate and follow up schedules including the use of industry-related planning tools related to production planning in construction companies and has knowledge of project implementation and project management, and may be part of change processes by optimizing and streamlining of production in the construction industry and
12th perform constructions and calculations for the design of construction and building applications using appropriate tools taking into account the norms, rules, standards, quality assurance and environmental conditions.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-6, the specialization program technical designer, Industrial production.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 7-12, the specialization program in technical design, building and construction.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period last half of the training to technical designer, industrial production or technical design, construction, holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. The final examination consists of a project assignment with written documentation and a project presentation with oral examination. The project is held within a range of subjects that the school, in agreement with the Technical Committee.

6.2. The project consists in drawing up a project proposal to be approved by the school, and preparation of the necessary written documentation of the project assignment. Project task duration is 3 weeks. Project written parts. The nature of the project written part of an overall assessment of the professional quality and the written.
6.2.1. The oral exam includes project presentation, which outlined systematics and methodology for the assignment, including processing methods, workflow and implementation of theory and practice. The student's oral examination lasting about 20 minutes incl. assessment. Censor must be present throughout the test.
6.2.2. Each of the section 6.1.1. said tests must be passed. The final exam grade is calculated as an average of the samples mentioned in section 6.1.1.

6.3. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have obtained at least be rated as average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. There must also be obtained at least consist character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.4. For students who finish the program with the thesis technical designer, Industrial Production and Technical designer Construction, the test set out in section 6.1. be passed.

6.5 Upon completion of training adopt the trade committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.6. For AMU courses conducted as optional specialization or vocational superstructure, used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Annex 25

Watchmaker

1. The Aim and division


1.1. Training as watchmaker's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Repair and manufacture of parts for mechanical watches.
Second Repair and replacement of parts in electronic watches.
Third Advice and guidance on repair of watches.
Fourth Advice, guidance and sales of watches and associated products.
Fifth Administration, management and procurement in a company that sells and repairs watches.

1.2. Students should achieve the training objectives in the training

1.3. The program is completed with the thesis watchmaker.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program lasts 4 years including the basic course. The school teaching in the main scenario represents 60 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least six school periods with intervening practice periods.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first explain the features and accessories for common clocks and the materials they are made of,
second use the most common terminology for use by guidance of customers (eg. quartz, automatic, double, sapphire mm)
third receive a Watch Repair and provide personalized customer service,
fourth explain a urreparations planning, implementation and control,
fifth perform inspections, ie separating, cleaning, assembly, lubricate and adjust to common lodure with a series of battles and replace two bearings ipresningsforinger and
6th produce a work model consisting of two brass mill plates and two pills work with mounting screws and / or pins.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:
first assess, plan and carry out repairs of all types of mechanical and electronic watches,
second include knowledge about the clocks development, so watch for design and style can be placed in a historical context,
third perform tasks in sales, trading and marketing, with a focus on sales and service tasks in a company that sells and repairs watches
fourth use information technology for communication and numeracy,
fifth work independently and communicate both inside the company and externally with Danish and foreign suppliers and customers
6th preparing simple accounting models for financial management of a retail business and evaluating set-ups and
7th part of the team working together to address operational tasks in a company.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period in the training organized by the School a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. The test consists of two practical tests, each consisting of two parts. Students must bring all written and printed aids used in teaching. Disk contents organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.1.2. The tasks are solved within a total duration of 24 hours.
6.1.3. Grades are given for each of the 4 subsamples see. Section 6.1.1.

6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the marks in the final examination, see. Section 6.1.3. In addition, the student must have achieved pass grade as the average of all other characters in the main scenario. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.3. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education. The training certificate applied an average character with a decimal for in section 6.1.3. said characters.



Annex 26

Windmill Operator

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of wind turbine operator's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Production, installation, assembly and disassembly of components for wind turbines.
Second Quality measurement and documentation related to typical tasks in the art.

Third Handling and finishing of metals, including composites and other materials.
Fourth Communication and collaboration with customers, colleagues and other stakeholders.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals within one of the program specializations.

1.3. The program can be completed with one of the following specialties:
first Blade production.
Second Mechanics and assembly.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts two years, including the basic course. The school teaching in the main scenario is 20 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intervening practice periods.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first create and read simple working drawings using electronic tools as well as perform calculations, material lists and other documentation in accordance with applicable norms and standards
second select suitable material and produce smaller items in consideration of the current norms, standards and safety regulations
third plan and execute simple manufacturing tasks using manual and mechanical machining methods, including the use of pneumatic tools as well as work with typical techniques that are relevant for wind turbine production,
fourth maintaining the most common hand tools, measuring tools and other relevant equipment in the industry,
fifth use measuring tools to make objective and other quality control in relation to given standards and tolerance indications
6th show understanding of the relationship between production, cost, schedule and quality
7th mounting and dismounting of simple electrical components taking into account the requirements for cleanliness and safety,
8th take into account the cleanliness and safety during assembly of hydraulic components.

3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to in section 3.1. mentioned skills also have acquired a certificate for completing the course "Occupational health and safety, welding / thermal (§ 26 course)".

3.3. The student must also have completed it by the labor inspectorate approved course "Personal safety when working with epoxy, isocyanates".

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.4., Is that students can:
first work in accordance with applicable rules of safety and labor and product liability with all tasks within the program's job areas
second demonstrate knowledge of a company's quality, environmental, and production management systems, including Lean and Six Sigma tools or principles
third work energy and environmentally conscious, comply with environmental requirements for all activities within the program's job areas and including an understanding of sustainability
fourth engage in project-oriented working groups and in other forms of cooperation with colleagues
fifth included innovative processes of change in connection with the optimization and efficiency of products and production and incorporate the importance of the industry's needs for development in a global perspective,
6th communicate professionally useful with their own and other professions, and understand the value of collaboration with others in work,
7th understand the current professional and technical concepts on foreign
8th use and understand manuals in foreign languages,
9th use IT in connection with job-related tasks
10th demonstrate knowledge of production management and ability to organize, plan and assess solutions for own tasks,
11th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business and have an understanding of the link between sales, production, cost, schedule and quality in a typical company in the wind turbine industry
12th read working drawings using appropriate tools, including electronic tools
13th perform calculations, material lists and other documentation in accordance with applicable norms and standards
14th selecting and processing materials according to requirements and uses
15th perform joining in assembly tasks and production of components for wind turbines taking into account the applicable safety, environment and quality
16th carry out measurements taking into account given standards and tolerance indications
17th maintain production equipment,
18th perform finishing materials used in tasks within the program's job area taking into account the specified quality
19th perform front and surface treatment using chemical and mechanical pretreatment materials and equipment and use of protective equipment

20th included in the change processes by optimizing and improving energy efficiency
21st help reduce waste and sorting of waste
22nd have an understanding of the value of its resource flows such as material, raw material and waste
23rd understand the importance of culture and multicultural communication, including awareness of the importance of their own values, norms and experience in the encounter with other cultures,
24th program and use CNC-controlled handling and bearbejdsningsmaskiner
25th mount cables after work instructions and have knowledge of cable and wire termination and clamping of termination
26th assembly and quality control of various electrical components, including the use of test tools to agreed production principles
27th perform assembly and visual debugging from wiring diagrams and understand the connection between electrical diagrams and work instructions,
28th mounting and dismounting of bearings, bolts and rigid connection and select torque tætningsmetode and material for a given task specification and in accordance with security requirements
29th select tool, working and performing elementary maintenance and adjustment of processing and testing equipment, according to a given task specification
30th planning and producing simple topics using shortening and the forming and machining and spånløse processing methods in accordance with applicable tolerance requirements
31st apply joining methods for assembly tasks on wind turbines and perform a visual quality control of the work and know the current quality of welding, gluing and soldering,
32nd visual verification of the front and surface treatment according to current standards
33rd install, operate and troubleshoot minor hydraulic systems for wind turbines using documentation and in accordance with applicable environmental and safety and cleanliness requirements
34th install, configure, test, and troubleshoot turbine computer cables and signal wires according to current rules,
35th implement complicated molding processes
36th complete decommissioning of glass fibers and other reinforcement materials
37th perform foundry work with epoxy-based pre-impregnated reinforcement materials
38th carry out repairs on the basis of knowledge of materials' structures and forces from given craftsmanship limitations
39th carrying out molding of composites by vacuum assisted molding processes,
40th implement simple part inspection using appropriate measurement tools
41st produce simple composite shapes
42nd implement repairs, finish work and light assembly work,

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 to 24, applies to both specializations in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 25-35, the specialization program, mechanics and assembly.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 36 - 42 in respect of the specialization program, blade production.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.2. Svend test consists of an oral exam. Sample base is a practical project with a written part. The practical project chosen by the student in consultation with the teacher. The practical project reflects the competency areas including materials and processes that are typical for the specialty. The written part consists of preparation of documentation used to work in the thesis and the program's areas of competence. The oral examination is based on sample basis. The content of the sample basis organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.2.1. Sample mission is prepared within 20 clock hours. The oral examination carried out on 30 minutes. At the oral examination TWO manageable champions.

6.3. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass score for each specialization and area subjects. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.4. For students who complete the training as a wind turbine operator must test as set out in section 6.2. be passed.


6.5. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.6. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Annex 27

Tools program

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Tools program's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Construction of working drawings and other documentation for toolmaking.
Second Planning and execution of tool manufacture of metal cutting machines.
Third Communication and collaboration with customers, colleagues and other domestic and foreign stakeholders about the tools have the design and function.
Fourth Planning and implementation of repair and maintenance of shape and plate tools and equipment tools.
Fifth Economic and technical calculation and optimization of products and processes in tool making.

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, toolmaker.

1.4. The program step 2 ends with the thesis Tool Technician.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 4 years, including the basic course. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 1 up 40 weeks. Step 2 is 1 year. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 2 up 15 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least five school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at level 1, and a further 3 periods in school with intermediate training periods for students with thesis tool technician.

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first producing simple tool detail using conventional and CNC-controlled machining centers and make cost-costing and cost of the manufactured tool details, as well as perform for the production necessary basic trigonometric calculations
second with tools relevant literature, including Internet-based publications for obtaining elementary knowledge of sprøjtestøbeværktøjers and stanseværktøjers function and structure as well as on safety and environmental impact of specified tool setups and their use for production
third show a general sense of quality by carrying out the tool-related manufacturing tasks, including, by using the caliper and micro meter tool quality and make målkontrol relative to the tool industry standards and tolerances,
4th prepare drawings and bills of materials for making simple tool parts using norms and standards for the projection drawing and isometric drawing,
fifth prepare the necessary technical documentation produced tool parts
6th use CAD systems for manufacturing simple work drawings in which 3D design included,
7th collaborate on knowledge search, planning, design and execution of simple toolmaking tasks and
8th work with information corresponding to the basic subject Information technology, level F.

3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to in paragraph 3.1 capabilities, should also meet the objectives of the basic subject Information technology, level F.

3.3. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.3., Is that students can:
first included in the project organized working groups and in other forms of cooperation with colleagues
second communicate professionally at all levels of the company,
third instruct others within her,
fourth work quality conscious and demonstrate knowledge of the company's quality systems
fifth demonstrate innovative skills by working in the construction, methodology and production within the education job areas
6th work environment conscious with all tasks within the program's job areas, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,
7th show understanding of globalization affect the company's operations
8th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business,
9th use CAD systems for manufacturing of simple working drawings for the production of tool components,

10th plan and execute production of tool components from working drawings and using conventional and CNC-controlled machining,
11th perform testing and adjustment of tools in injection molding machines and eccentric presses,
12th perform simple troubleshooting and repair tasks on processing machines,
13th use foreign language tool manuals related and use information technology tools to professional knowledge search in foreign-language databases and dictionaries
14th develop and construct less complicated mass production tools based on information given about the purpose, topic number and materials
15th perform process and økonomioptimerende calculations toolmaking,
16th prepare workpiece and tool drawings, perform planning and documentation, manufacture, customize and install the tool components in the areas of cuts / stanseværktøjsteknik and mold technique
17th manage and implement tools development
18th perform design and construction of more complex tools and tool components using 3D CAD systems
19th cooperation with customers on topic optimization of production and application-related parameters
20th perform calculation of production costs and selling prices for tool development,
21st select tool materials, heat treatment and possible. surface coating for a manufacturing task based on given production and use parameters
22nd make optimal choice of electric, pneumatic and hydraulic components for incorporation in tools and
23rd communicate professionally in English and Danish with suppliers, customers, colleagues and partners.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 to 16, applies to both step 1, a toolmaker, and the thesis tool technician.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 17 to 23, applies only specialization program tool technician.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum for the degree program within the overall framework set out in the Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period of training for toolmaker or tool technician holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.1.1. Students' test consists of a test that combines theory and practice. Pupils solving the tasks evaluated by the teacher and two external examiners appointed by the Technical Committee. Sight Masters participate only as the test evaluation. Students' test made by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.1.2. The sample resolved within a duration of 88 clock hours.

6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization.

6.3. For students who complete the training as a toolmaker or tool technician, the journeyman test be passed.

6.4. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.5. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Annex 28

Stainless Wrought

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of noble blacksmith's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Manufacture, repair and maintenance of jewelry and other gold jewelery in precious metals and other materials.
Second Manufacture, repair and maintenance of hollowware in precious metals and other materials.
Third Manufacture, repair and maintenance of cutlery in precious metals and other materials.
Fourth Manufacture, repair and maintenance of chiselled precious metals and other materials.
Fifth Fitting all kinds of precious stones in metal.
6th All kinds of casting for jewelery, hollowware and flatware.
7th Craft-based sales, customer service and guidance.

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one of the program steps.

1.3. The program includes steps 1, Shop Goldsmith, a step in the program specializations.

1.4. The program step 2, Stainless Foundry, can be completed with the following specialties:
first Jeweler.

Second Carcass Silversmith.
Third Cutlery Silversmith.
Fourth Chaser.
Fifth Precious metal molds.
6th Precious Fatter.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 is 1 year and 6 months, including the baseline scenario. The school teaching in hovedforløbets Step 1 accounts for 8 weeks. Step 2 items for thesis precious metal mold 6 months for the thesis gemstone summarizes one year, as well as specialties jeweler corpus silversmith, cutlery silversmith and chaser 2 years and 6 months. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 2 represents the thesis precious metal mold four weeks, the thesis gemstone summarizes 11 weeks and for specialties jeweler corpus silversmith, cutlery silversmith and chaser 17 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods of intervening period of practical training for students at step 1. For students at step 2, the thesis precious metal mold, split the main course for at least one school period for pupils at step 2 of the thesis gemstone sums, divided main course for another 1 school period, and for specialties jeweler corpus silversmith, cutlery silversmith and chaser split the main course for at least three school periods with intervening practice periods

3. Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first choose material from a basic knowledge of materials, including knowledge of alloy and precious metals,
second pre-work precious metals using machines and tools from basic professional and safety principles, templates and tables
third using ordinary tools in the performance of simple tasks that are related to jewelery, corpus and cutlery manufacturing and apply the basic hand tools used in the art for the following disciplines: Marking on metals and precious metals, sawing, drilling, filing, soldering , forging, milling, grinding and polishing and winding and chiselling,
fourth use and maintain the industry's hand tools from a basic understanding and knowledge of these, such as pliers, hammers, punches, file, scissors, optræknings- and grading iron, measuring instruments, soldering guns and rolls, pull benches and pull iron
fifth understand piston law and industry quality concepts, including ethics and morality in relation to the industry's resource values ​​
6th understand the importance and the quality of craftsmanship and presentation of the finished products to customers and other recipients
7th use a basic knowledge of the industry's historical development and style history associated with the guidance of customers and understanding of product design,
8th perform working drawings, projection drawings and scribbles and model work
9th work with 3D applications at a basic level and
10th use a basic knowledge of the chemistry associated with the construction of simple craft processes.

3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to the section 3.1. mentioned skills also have acquired a certificate for completing the course "Occupational health and safety, welding / thermal (§ 26 course)".

3.3. The student must have completed it by the labor inspectorate approved course "Personal safety when working with epoxy and isocyanates".

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, section 4.2 to 4.9. Is that students can:
first guide the customer from his knowledge of the history of style, design and fashion,
second repair and customize jewelry without stones based on knowledge and skills in soldering, sawing, filing and smergling,
third clean, grind and polish small items for customers
fourth implement simple molding operations based on knowledge of casting processes and product sustainability
fifth jewelery, hollowware and flatware from his knowledge of design and fashion,
6th perform illustrations of jewelry, hollowware and flatware for drawing and / or model
7th perform illustration and design of jewelery, cutlery and hollowware using cad,
8th perform simple ciseleringsopgaver,
9th conduct sales, customer service and guidance on the basis of craft-based knowledge and knowledge of the global market
10th use international expertise to understand the working professional contexts and be able to perform tasks in relation to an internationalized labor market
11th manufacture, maintain and repair jewelery after working drawing and model, using goldsmith techniques that include processing of precious metal for jewelry by goldsmith tools from raw material to final product, including the preparation of precious metals, machining and assembly and finish,

12th perform gemstones fortitude of commonly occurring gemstones in cabochon- and etched, including pipe and box holders together nedstukne sockets and forrivninger, grinding and mounting Prickly tilt moves and other small grasping tool, and has knowledge of gemmology, including identification of the most commonly occurring gemstones | || 13th perform freehand drawing, geometric constructions, projection drawing, customer drawings and models for solving of design tasks in jewelery making,
14th casting by using simple molds and have knowledge of more complicated molds by centrifugal casting and vacuum casting and knowledge of rubber molds, wax models and indgipsning and produce foundry models model wax and other materials
15th execute client instructions based on craft based specialist knowledge in the sale, repair and maintenance of jewelry,
16th manufacture, maintain and repair hollowware, after working drawing and model in precious metals using silversmith techniques, which include processing of precious metal for hollowware and other appliances using silversmith tools from raw material to final product, including the preparation of precious metals, machining, assembly and joining and finish
17th perform freehand drawing, geometric constructions, projection drawing, customer drawings and models for solving of design tasks in the body manufacturing,
18th guide the customer on the basis of craft-based specialist knowledge in the sale, repair and maintenance of hollowware,
19th manufacture, maintain and repair cutlery goods in precious metals for technical drawing and model, using cutlery techniques, which include processing of precious metal cutlery products, from raw material to final product, including the preparation of precious metals, machining, assembly and joining and finish
20 . perform freehand drawing, geometric constructions, projection drawing, customer drawings and models for solving of design tasks in cutlery manufacture,
21st guide the customer on the basis of craft-based specialist knowledge in the sale, repair and maintenance of cutlery,
22nd ciselere on hollowware, flatware and jewelry, after working drawing and model in precious metals using ciselørteknikker which involves performing rendering, processing of precious metals and other metals using ciselørværktøj to finished product, as well as maintain and repair chased precious metals and other materials
23rd perform freehand drawing, geometric constructions, projection drawing, customer drawings and models for solving of design tasks in chiselling,
24th guide the customer on the basis of craft-based specialist knowledge in the sale, repair and maintenance of chiselled products
25th comprehend all kinds of gemstones in precious metals including choosing the correct socket type, and independently manufacture or maintain the necessary tools
26th guide the customer on the basis of craft-based specialist knowledge in the sale, repair and maintenance of jewelry with stones and knowledge of gemmology, grading of diamonds and knowledge of gems and stenslibninger,
27th perform all kinds of castings for jewelry making based on knowledge of the precious metal alloys and their applicability to various molding operations,
28th produce rubber molds, pressing wax models out and indgipse,
29th casting from knowledge of environmental impacts both on people and the environment and
30th guide the customer on the basis of craft-based specialist knowledge in the design of molded products in precious metals.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-9, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 10, applies to all specialties.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 11 - 15, applies to the thesis jeweler.

4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 16 - 18 cover thesis corpus silversmith.

4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 19 to 21, applies to the thesis cutlery silversmith.

4.7. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 22 to 24, applies to the thesis chaser.

4.8. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 25 - 26 apply to the thesis summarizes gemstone.

4.9. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 27 to 30, applies to the thesis precious metal mold.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.


6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in the program step 1, shop jeweler, holds the school a final test. The examination consists of a practical test and aims to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational and general and personal competency for training. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.3. As part of the latter school period in the program step 2, holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.
6.3.1. The exam is a practical test consists of typical tasks within the industry. The task is solved in a total of 24 clock hours for the thesis precious metal mold, 37 clock hours for the thesis summarizes gemstone, 45 clock hours of specialties, goldsmith, body silversmith, cutlery silversmith and chaser. The test is deemed to have done when the student reports ready, and tools, etc. are cleaned and in place. The teacher and the examiners must be present during the evaluation of the test. Disk contents organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.
6.3.2. In its assessment of the practical test will be the student the opportunity to explain the used workflow and methodology and thus to further demonstrate its technical- and general professional and general and personal skills in relation to the training received. The teacher and the 2 spectacle champions notify the apprentice exam results immediately after the final grade is calculated.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have obtained pass mark in each of all basic subjects and area subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass score for each specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who finish the program with step 1, shop jeweler, the examination must be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program with step 2, precious metal mold, precious stones comprehend jeweler corpus silversmith, cutlery silversmith and chaser, the examination must be passed.

6.7. Upon completion of training, including the end of step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.8. If the student does not pass companion sample pupil can be set to a renewed apprenticeship.

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