Executive Order On Education In The Vocational Common Entrance Car, Aircraft And Other Means Of Transport

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om uddannelserne i den erhvervsfaglige fællesindgang bil, fly og andre transportmidler

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Overview (table of contents) Annex 1



Annex 2



Annex 3



Annex 4



Annex 5



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Annex 7



Annex 8 the full text notice on education in the vocational common entrance car, aircraft and other means of transport

Under section 4 (1) and (2) of the Act on vocational training, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 171 of 2. March 2011, fixed: § 1. The vocational common entrance car, aircraft and other means of transport includes courses with functional and competence communities within the overall employment area: Technical service areas in relation to vehicle repair and maintenance tasks of transport.

§ 2. To this input is placed education concerning: 1) Bådmekaniker of the basic regulation. Annex 1.

2) bicycle and motorbike mechanic, see. Annex 2.

3) Construction and agriculture maskinuddannelsen of the basic regulation. Annex 3.

4) aircraft mechanic, see. Annex 4.

5) Bodywork training, see. Annex 5.

6) Truck mechanic, see. Annex 6.

7) Personvogns mechanic, see. Annex 7.

8) Carriage painter, see. Annex 8.

§ 3. The indicative duration of school education in the compulsory part of the curriculum is 20 weeks in the section 2, nr. 1-3 and 5-7 referred to education.

(2). The indicative duration of school education in the mandatory part of the course is 12 weeks within the meaning of § 2, nr. 4, referred to training.

(3). The indicative duration of school education in the mandatory part of the course is 10 weeks in the section 2, nr. 8, said education.

§ 4. The common competences, students must meet in order to begin on school education in a main course within the entrance, is that students can: 1) perform simple maintenance and service tasks on transport in entry education, 2) perform simple tasks in the light of-and the dismantling of the knowledge of the electrical systems, 3) use it for technical information search and communication, 4) assess and verify, on own work meets the set quality requirements , 5) plan and execute simple professional tasks within entry education by appropriate use of materials, tools and machines, 6) take account of own and others safety by safety and environmentally sound performance of the work in accordance with the applicable rules and 7) schedule and perform minor tasks from basic knowledge of ergonomics.

(2). To begin on school education in a main course within the entrance, students also meet the objectives of the following basic subjects: 1) first aid and basic fire-fighting, including traffic-related first aid for students acquiring a driving licence as part of the training (0.5 week).

2) working environment (module 1).

(3). To begin on school education in a main course within the entrance, students also have acquired the Danish working environment service's proof of "personal security when working with epoxy and isocyanates".

(4). Additional requirements on competences which are specific for the transition to school education in each main course, set out in the annexes to the Decree.

§ 5. For training and teaching applies the rules laid down for vocational education and training in General.

Date of entry into force and transitional provisions



§ 6. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. July 2011.

(2). Executive Order No. 134 of 28. February 2008 on training in the vocational common entrance car, aircraft and other means of transport shall be repealed.

(3). Students who have started on a training basic course or main course, can complete the basic course or main course in accordance with the existing rules referred to in article 6. However, paragraph 4.

(4). The school in the local education plan establishes any transitional arrangements for students who have begun training in accordance with the existing rules.

The Ministry of education, the 17. March 2011 P.M.V. Søren Hansen head/Prtk



Annex 1 Bådmekaniker 1. Training purposes and Division 1.1. Training for bådmekaniker has the overall aim of the student through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:

Maintenance, installation and repair of engines and electrical equipment and hydraulic systems in pleasure boats and small commercial boats as well as sales and service.

1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of the training stage and thesis.

1.3. Training includes step 1 bådassistent.

1.4. The training can be completed with step 2 thesis bådmekaniker.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1 lasts for 2 years including the basic cycle. School education in the main gradient step 1 lasts 15 weeks. Step 2 lasts 2 years. School education in the main gradient's step 2 lasts 20 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 3 school periods with intermediate training period for students on step 1 and in at least four periods with intermediate school apprenticeships for pupils at step 2.

3. specific competences in advance of school education in the main process 3.1. The specific competences, students must meet in order to begin on school education in the main sequence, is that students can: 1) perform mechanical separation and collection of 2-stroke marine engines and account for 2-stroke bådmotorers basic structure and operation,



2) perform separation and collection of common electrical components in pleasure boats and small commercial boats



3) deal with gasoline, oil and other common chemicals correctly in connection with work tasks in pleasure boats,



4) use lifting gear safety correctly based on the manufacturer's instructions when assembling and repair of recreational boats,



5) perform MAG welding of thin-and tykplade, TIG welding in stainless steel and aluminum, as well as brazing,



6) produce smaller items in metal with compliance targets and angles, perform thread work and master the measurements with the caliper.



3.2. in order to start on the main course to the student in addition to meet the competence objectives in section 3.1. pass the basic gradient swatch and have obtained proof of course occupational health and safety, welding and thermal cutting.

4. Competences for main course 4.1. Competence objectives for the main course, see. However, section 4.2.-4.3., is that students can: 1) work in accordance with the applicable rules on safety, working environment and product liability,



2) work out from the manuals and workshop manuals on Danish and at least one foreign language,



3) through the execution of daily tasks in cooperation with fellow members help to ensure quality, productivity and a good economy in the workshop as well as a good customer service, sales and additional sales, including the implementation of various forms of inspection of recreational boats and small commercial boats



4) produce smaller constructions in wood and fiberglass motor installations and repairs,



5) perform the installation of the motor, propeller shafts, propellers and propeller after calculations, so angles and alignments are complied with,



6) apply international competences to understand contexts and carry out duties in relation to a internationalized labour market,



7) work environmentally aware with all tasks within the job areas and including education act in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,



8) demonstrate knowledge of entrepreneurship and the concept of independence, including knowledge of the conditions attached to the establishment of own business,



9) show innovative skills by e.g. method and material choice within the education job areas,



10) for specific job functions, located within the company's operational area, or which have an impact on pupils ' future employment opportunities,



11) perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance on the transmission, including gearboxes, propeller and power transmission shafts,



12) perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of petrol and diesel engines, including the injection facilities,



13) perform troubleshooting, repair, mounting and maintenance of comfort-and safety equipment, including air-helpful and data bus controlled comfort systems



14) perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of installations for electrical supplies, including generators and ladesystemer, on starting plants as well as complex wiper systems, lights, lanterns,



15) carry out installation, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of electrical installations, including bilge pumps, windlass and bow thruster,



16) perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of F-gas plant in pleasure boats and small commercial boats in accordance with current legislation,



17) work in accordance with the applicable rules on maritime safety, personal safety equipment, collective safety equipment and critical situations,



18) perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance on 230 Volt systems in pleasure boats and small commercial boats in accordance with current legislation,



19) read the hydraulic diagrams, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of hydraulic systems in pleasure boats in accordance with current legislation.



4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-7, applies to learning steps 1 and 2.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 8-19, applies to training step 2.

5. organisation of school education and internship training


5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as set out in the notice of professional education and training.

5.2. Pupils must before presentation of the test in step 1, see. paragraph 6.1., or before the final test, see. paragraph 6.2., have passed the captive specialefag "speed boat licence" as well as having acquired a driving licence for category B, in accordance with the applicable rules.

5.3. Students should start on driving licence education immediately after 18 years. year.

5.4. Training Enterprise choose driving instructor and is obliged to – for the students, there is no prior to training have acquired the relevant driving licence – to disentangle the cost within the framework laid down by the Technical Committee in the education system on the basis of statutory requirements for obtaining driving license category B.

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. As part of the last school term the school organises a final test for students who only carry out training step 1 bådassistent. The test consists of a practical task.

6.1.1. The learner shall draw up a practical project, which is included as part of assessment basis for this test.

6.1.2. The aim of the project is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational and General and personal competences for education. The project takes as its starting point the competence objectives of training step 1. The content of the project organised by the school and has a duration of 7 hours. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 2 shall be borne by the school towards the end of school education a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test.

6.2.1. Task consists of a workshop task that contains two sub assignments. The student solves a task that is made up of typical tasks in separation, troubleshooting, adjustment, replacement, Assembly and functional testing with its documentation. Tasks shall be made in consultation with the Technical Committee. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.2. The task is solved within a total of 7 hours. The tasks are distributed among students after the drawing of lots.

6.2.3. In the context of the assessment of the practical test is given orally to the student an opportunity to explain the work process and the selected method and thereby to further demonstrate its technical professional and general professional as well as General and personal qualifications in relation to the conducted training.

6.2.4. The censors shall be present to the extent that is necessary in order to assess the student's task, however, a minimum of 1 day.

6.3. For the issue of the school certificate, should the student have achieved at least beståkarakter as the average of the grades for all initial and områdefag in the main course. There must also be achieved at least beståkarakter or "passed" in each specialefag. Any subjects which is not given in nature, must be conducted in accordance with the rules of the profession. The student must be in possession of valid driver's license required in training that the school can issue the school certificate.

6.3.1. For students who complete the training with step 1 bådassistent, the test as set out in section 6.1. be passed.

6.4. For students who complete the training with step 2 bådmekaniker, journeyman's test as set out in section 6.2. be passed.

6.5. By the end of training, including for students who complete the training with step 1, draw up the Technical Committee, a training certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in the field of education.

6.5.1. The diploma shall be issued in accordance with the Ordinance on vocational training and examinations, when school proof and final internship statement is issued, and for pupils at step 2 when the journeyman's test is passed.

6.5.2. For pupils who quit with step 1 is applied to the final test, see. paragraph 6.1., is passed. For students who complete with step 2, is applied to the result of the final sample referred to in article 6. section 6.2.



Annex 2 bicycle and motorcycle mechanic training

1. the purpose of education and Division 1.1. Training for bicycle and motorbike mechanic has the overall aim of students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities: 1. Maintenance and repair of bicycles.



2. Maintenance and repair of mopeds.



3. Maintenance and repair of motorcycles.



1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of training steps and specialties.

1.3. Training includes the following steps: 1. Bicycle fitter, step 1 in the thesis bike mechanic.



2. Moped mechanic, step 1 in the thesis motorcycle mechanic.



1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties (step 2): 1. Bicycle mechanic.



2. Motorcycle mechanic.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1 bike fitter in thesis bike mechanic lasts 1 year and 6 months including progress. School education in the main gradient step 1 lasts 10 weeks. Step 2 the thesis bike mechanic lasts 1 year and 9 months. School education in the main gradient's step 2 lasts 10 weeks.

2.2. Training step 1 moped mechanic in thesis motorcycle mechanic lasts 2 years and 9 months including progress. School education in school the gradient's step 1 lasts 15 weeks. Step 2 the thesis motorcycle mechanic goods 1 year and 3 months. School education in the main gradient's step 2 lasts 10 weeks.

2.3. Education in the main course of the thesis bicycle mechanic can be divided into at least 2 periods with intermediate school apprenticeships for pupils at step 1 bike fitter and in at least two school periods with intermediate training period for students on step 2 bike mechanic.

2.4. Education in the main course of the thesis motorcycle mechanic can be divided into at least 3 periods with intermediate school apprenticeships for pupils at step 1 moped mechanic and in at least two school periods with intermediate training period for students on step 2 motorcycle mechanic.

3. specific competences in advance of school education in the main process 3.1. The specific competences, students must meet in order to begin on school education on the main sequence, is that students can: 1. inspect and control the various braking systems on bicycle, moped and motorcycle in accordance with current legislation,



2. carry out inspections on inbound external gear systems,



3. prepare a new bike for a customer on the basis of existing legislation,



4. replace the tire and inner tube at different bikes as well as make duplication of punctured inner tubes,



5. disassemble and assemble a bicycle with exterior gear systems in accordance with the applicable rules,



6. service and repair the bike lighting system,



7. carry out inspections and repair, including replacement of the spokes, wheel alignment and balancing of bike-/knallert-/motorcykelhjul, as well as replacing the wheel bearings,



8. disassemble, repair and adjust a transmission as well as carry out function test in test bench,



9. carry out inspections and troubleshooting on ignition systems and carry out measurement of components by applying the appropriate testers for Diagnostics and



10. carry out measurement and troubleshooting on mopeds/scooters and motorcycle different lighting and electrical systems.



3.2. in order to begin påuddannelsens main courses to students in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic gradient sample and have obtained proof of course occupational health and safety, welding and thermal cutting.

4. Competences for main course 4.1. Competence objectives for the main course, see. However, section 4.2-4.7., is that students can: 1. carry out a functional check on the works ' transmission,



2. Mount the electrical systems including lighting,



3. check, repair and adjust the different mechanical activation systems, replace the bearings and gear wheels,



4. implement a control of frame and steering on a bike and make a basic setting of the Steering,



5. måltage and customize bikes, building front wheel and repair wheel,



6. apply regional competencies to understand contexts and carry out duties in relation to a internationalized labour market,



7. work environmentally aware with all tasks within the job areas and including education act in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,



8. inspect, repair, adjust and assemble the various transmission systems as well as pick out gear systems for specific needs,



9. repair works ' transmission,



10. implement monitoring, troubleshooting and repair of electrical systems and lighting as well as bike guide in the choice of lighting and electrical systems,



11. Select brake system to specific needs,



12. building bicycle frames as well as plan fixed surfaces on milling bicycle frames,



13. construction and selection of bike wheels with different opspændingsmøntre and different centering as well as carry out troubleshooting, repair and inspection of the bicycle wheel,



14. carry out troubleshooting, repair and control of suspension systems on bike,



15. demonstrate knowledge of the concept of entrepreneurship and independence, including obtaining knowledge of the conditions attached to the establishment of own business,



16. exhibit innovative skills by e.g. method and material choice within the education job areas,




17. inspect and prepare the transmission systems and electrical systems as well as brakes and steering on mopeds according to applicable regulations and safety and environmental regulations,



18. Design and implement a rational course of troubleshooting on the transmission on a moped/scooter or motorcycle, including inspection and repair of clutch, gearbox and power transfer and variogear,



19. Design and implement a rational course of troubleshooting on the electrical systems and lighting on a moped/scooter or motorcycle, including repair of the wiring and replacement of defective components,



20. check, repair and adjust the different mechanical and hydraulic actuation systems on moped/scooter or motorcycle,



21. disassemble, check and repair the caliper and master cylinder,



22. check, repair and adjust the Steering, chassis and suspension components on a moped/scooter or a motorcycle,



23. Design and implement a rational troubleshooting course on single cylinder 500 2-or 4-stroke gasoline engines on the moped/scooter or motorcycle, including control of engine management systems and replacement of defective control devices, sensors and actors, as well as repair the associated wiring,



24. implement a systematic troubleshooting and repairing the transmission on a multicylinder motor bike,



25. implement a systematic troubleshooting and repair errors on the electrical systems in a multi-cylinder motorcycle,



26. implement a systematic troubleshooting and repair errors on the braking system of a multi-cylinder motorcycle,



27. implement a systematic troubleshooting and repair errors on the steering on a multicylinder motor bike,



28. implement a systematic troubleshooting and repair errors on motor and engine management plant on a multi-cylinder motorcycle and



29. for specific job functions, located within the company's operational area, or which have an impact on pupils ' future employment opportunities.



4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-5, apply for step 1 bike fitter.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 6 and 7, applies to step 1 bike fitter and step 1 moped mechanic.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 8-14 and 29, is true for step 2 thesis bike mechanic.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 15 and 16, apply for step 2 bike mechanic and step 2 motorcycle mechanic.

4.6. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 17-23, applies to step 1 moped mechanic.

4.7. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 24-29, apply for step 2 thesis motorcycle mechanic.

5. organisation of school education and internship training 5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as laid down in the Ordinance on vocational education and training.

5.2. Pupils with step 1 moped mechanic before presentation of the test in step 1, see. paragraph 6.1., and students with step 2 thesis motorcycle mechanic must before the final test, see. paragraph 6.2., have acquired the relevant driving licence in accordance with the applicable rules.

5.3. Students should start on driving licence education immediately after 18 years. year.

5.4. Training Enterprise choose driving instructor and is obliged to – for the students, there is no prior to training (t) has acquired the licence in question – to disentangle the cost within the framework laid down by the Technical Committee in the education system on the basis of statutory requirements for the acquisition of the relevant driving licence (s).

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. As part of the last school term the school organises a final test for students who only carry out training step 1 bike fitter in the thesis cykelmekanikerog step 1 moped mechanic in thesis motorcycle mechanic. The test consists of a practical task. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.1.1. Sample aims to show the learner's acquisition of vocational and General and personal competences for education. The sample is based on competency goals for education in step 1.

6.2. As part of the last school period shall be borne by the school for pupils at step 2 in the thesis motorcycle mechanic and on step 2 thesis bike mechanic a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.1. Task consists of typical practical tasks for bicycle and motorcycle industry and includes troubleshooting, adjustment, repair, and replacement of vehicles which are damaged or worn parts. Tasks are organised and provided by the school after consultation with the Technical Committee.

6.2.2. The task is solved within a total of 4 hours for pupils with thesis bike mechanic, and within a total of 6 hours for pupils with thesis motorcycle mechanic. The tasks are distributed among students after the drawing of lots.

6.2.3. In the context of the assessment of the practical test is given orally to the student an opportunity to explain the work process and the selected method and thereby to further demonstrate its technical and vocational education as well as education and personal qualifications in relation to the conducted training.

6.3. For the issue of the school certificate, should the student have achieved at least beståkarakter as the average of the grades for all initial and områdefag in the main course. There must also be achieved at least grade beståkarakter or "passed" in each specialefag. Any subjects which is not given in nature, must be conducted in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.4. For students who complete the training with step 1 bike fitter in thesis bike mechanic and step 1 moped mechanic in thesis motorcycle mechanic, the final test as set out in section 6.1. be passed.

6.5. For students who complete the training with step 2 in the thesis bike mechanic as well as step 2 in the thesis motorcycle mechanic, the journeyman's test as set out in section 6.2. be passed.

6.6. By the end of training, including completion of step 1, draw up the Technical Committee, a training certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in the field of education.

6.6.1. For pupils who quit with step 1, is applied to the final test, see. section 6.1, is passed. For students who complete with step 2, is applied to the result of the journeyman's test as passed, see. section 6.2.



Annex 3 Construction and agricultural maskinuddannelsen

1. the purpose of education and Division 1.1. Construction and agricultural maskinuddannelsen have as overarching purpose, to the student through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities: 1. Maintenance and repair of construction machinery.



2. Maintenance and repair of agricultural machinery.



3. Maintenance and minor repairs of machines and equipment for the construction industry.



4. Maintenance and repair of passenger lifts.



5. Maintenance and repair and building cranes.



6. Installation and repairing of agricultural facilities.



1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of training steps and specialties.

1.3. the Programme provides for specialized courses in section 1.4. Nr. 1-4 following steps: 1. Equipment Mechanic.



1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties (step 2): 1. Entreprenørmaskinmekaniker.



2. Stuuuuuuuuuuudent.



3. Person lift mechanic.



4. Agricultural blacksmithing.



5. Crane mechanic (without steps).

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1 equipment mechanic products 2 years including the basic cycle. School education in the main gradient step 1 lasts 15 weeks. Step 2 specialities except crane mechanic lasts 2 years. School education in the main gradient's step 2 lasts 20 weeks. Thesis crane mechanic, where there is no step, lasts 4 years. School education for thesis crane mechanic lasts 35 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 3 school periods with intermediate training period for students on step 1 and in at least four periods with intermediate school apprenticeships for pupils at step 2. For thesis crane mechanic split school education in at least 7 school periods.

3. specific competences in advance of school education in the main process 3.1. The specific competences, students must meet in order to begin on school education on the main sequence, is that students can: 1. perform simple adjustment and repair tasks on petrol and diesel engines based on their understanding of the four bars and also can use measuring equipment for measurement of wear and tear on petrol and diesel engines,



2. perform simple troubleshooting tasks on electrical systems based on their knowledge of Ohm's law,



3. perform maintenance tasks on hydraulic systems on the basis of charts on construction or agricultural machinery and also select the right material in connection with the construction of simple hydraulic installations,



4. choose the right welding materials in connection with the execution of the repair welding with MAG-welding on materials over 10 mm,



5. Select the appropriate material in the construction of machine topics in materials above 10 mm, including the choice of thread type from given working drawing and



6. maintain the most common tools for repair and maintenance of construction and agricultural machinery.




3.2. in order to begin påuddannelsens main courses to students in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic gradient sample and have obtained proof of course occupational health and safety, welding and thermal cutting.

4. Competences for main course 4.1. Competence objectives for the main course, see. However, section 4.2.-4.9., is that students can: 1. work in accordance with the applicable rules on safety, working environment and product liability, including sustainability, within the education job areas,



2. understand manuals and workshop manuals in foreign languages,



3. use it as a tool in the preparation of written documentation in the learning processes,



4. build and troubleshoot complex hydraulic works by the use of hydraulic diagrams,



5. perform calculations on serial and parallel-connected resistors based on their knowledge of Ohm's law,



6. apply concatenation methods in a manufacturing course, taking into account the prevailing safety, environmental and quality requirements and with related documentation drawn up on the basis of control measurements and taking into account the given standards and tolerance indications



7. apply regional competencies to understand contexts and carry out duties in relation to a internationalized labour market,



8. apply their knowledge to the establishment and operation of your own business and have an understanding of the relationship between sales, production, finances, time and quality in a typical industry company,



9. demonstrate innovative skills by e.g. method and material choice within the education job areas,



10. produce components after selecting the dimension and suitable material types, taking into account the applicable norms, standards and safety systems,



11. Mount the mechanical diesel pumps, measurement of feeding systems on diesel engines as well as conducting an engine synchronization,



12. carry out measurement of let and start the installation,



13. carry out security checks on the vehicles statutory equipment



14. disassemble, adjust, assemble and test the transmission systems,



15. build and troubleshoot advanced hydraulic systems by applying hydraulic diagrams,



16. perform troubleshooting and repair of electrical systems and control and monitoring systems on the basis of knowledge of wiring diagrams,



17. adjust, troubleshoot and repair the construction machinery based on their knowledge of the structure and function of the machinery,



18. verify, update and troubleshoot control and monitoring systems by means of computer-based diagnostic systems and error codes



19. fault find and repair the construction machinery based on knowledge of the structure and function of transmission systems on construction machinery,



20. troubleshoot and repair the Steering and brakes on construction machinery,



21. perform mandatory safety inspection on telehandlers with personnel basket,



22. build smaller relay controls,



23. adjust, troubleshoot and repair agricultural machinery on the basis of knowledge of the structure and function of the machinery,



24. check, update and troubleshoot control and monitoring systems by means of computer-based diagnostic systems or error codes,



25. adjust, troubleshoot and repair harvest machinery on the basis of knowledge of the structure and function of the machinery,



26. troubleshoot and repair transmission systems on tractors and farm machinery on the basis of their knowledge of structure and function,



27. troubleshoot and repair the Steering and brakes on agricultural machinery,



28. carry out function test, peripheral testing and debugging of PLC-control systems on passenger lifts with the help of computer-based diagnostic systems or error codes as well as wiring diagrams,



29. apply the parameters in connection with security on passenger lifts off from knowledge of the importance of the laws of physics,



30. perform inspection and adjustment on the steering on bomlifte,



31. carry out mandatory safety checks on passenger lifts



32. build smaller relay controls,



33. perform troubleshooting and repair based on knowledge of the structure and function of transmission systems on passenger lifts and telehandlers,



34. install, repair and maintain heating, water and sewage installations,



35. organise and perform minor constructions in sheet metal, pipes, and steel profiles,



36. perform simple troubleshooting, repair and alignment tasks on agricultural machinery,



37. perform mandatory safety inspections on cranes with crew basket,



38. troubleshoot and repair hydraulic systems on cranes using hydraulic diagrams,



39. planning, documenting, using cad and perform constructions in the context of crane Assembly,



40. perform troubleshooting and repair tasks on the compression plant and



41. for specific job functions, located within the company's work areas, or which have an impact on pupils ' future employment opportunities.



4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-9, applies to all stages and specializations in undergraduate education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 10-13, apply to training step 1 equipment mechanic.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 14-16 and 41, applies to training specialties.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 17-20, applies to the thesis entreprenørmaskinmekaniker.

4.6. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 23-27, applies to the thesis stuuuuuuuuuuudent.

4.7. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 21-22 and 28-33, applies to the thesis personal lift mechanic.

4.8. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 34-36, applies to the thesis agricultural blacksmithing.

4.9. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 38-40, applies to the thesis crane mechanic.

5. organisation of school education and internship training 5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as laid down in the Ordinance on vocational education and training.

5.2. Pupils must before presentation of the final test in step 1, see. paragraph 6.1., or before the final test, see. paragraph 6.2., have acquired the relevant driving licence in accordance with the applicable rules.

5.3. Students should start on driving licence education immediately after 18 years. year.

5.4. Training Enterprise choose driving instructor and is obliged to – for the students, there is no prior to training (t) has acquired the licence in question – to disentangle the cost within the framework laid down by the Technical Committee in the education system on the basis of statutory requirements for the acquisition of the relevant driving licence (s).

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. As part of the last school term the school organises a final test for students who only carry out training step 1, equipment mechanic. The test consists of a practical task. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.1.1. Sample aims to show the learner's acquisition of vocational and General and personal competences for education. The sample is based on competency goals for education in step 1.

6.2. As part of the last school period in thesis crane mechanic as well as step 2 of the specialities entreprenørmaskinmekaniker, stuuuuuuuuuuudent, passenger lift mechanic and agricultural blacksmithing school holds a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.1. Task consists of typical tasks for contractor-and landbrugsmaskinbranchen and includes troubleshooting, adjustment, repair, and replacement of vehicles which are damaged or worn parts. Assignments are made by the school after consultation with the Technical Committee.

6.2.2. The task must be solved within 12 hours of specialized courses entreprenørmaskinmekaniker, stuuuuuuuuuuudent, passenger lift mechanic, farm blacksmith and crane mechanic. The tasks are distributed among students after the drawing of lots.

6.2.3. In the context of the assessment of the practical test is given orally to the student an opportunity to explain the work process and the selected method and thereby to further demonstrate its technical and vocational education as well as education and personal qualifications in relation to the conducted training.

6.3. For the issue of the school certificate, should the student have achieved at least beståkarakter as the average of the grades for all initial and områdefag in the main course. There must also be achieved at least grade beståkarakter or "passed" in each specialefag. Any subjects which is not given in nature, must be conducted in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.4. For students who complete the training with step 1 equipment mechanic, the final test as set out in 6.1. be passed.

6.5. For students who complete the training with step 2 in the specialities entreprenørmaskinmekaniker, stuuuuuuuuuuudent, passenger lift mechanic, farm blacksmith and crane mechanic, the journeyman's test as set out in section 6.2. be passed.

6.6. By the end of training, including completion of step 1, draw up the Technical Committee, a training certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in the field of education.

6.6.1. The diploma will be issued when school proof and final internship statement is issued, and for pupils at step 1, when the final test is passed, and for pupils at step 2 when the journeyman's test is passed.



Annex 4 aircraft mechanic

1. the purpose of education and breakdown


1.1. Training for aircraft mechanic has the overall aim of the student through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills, so that the conditions set out in Commission Regulation (EC) No 2042/2003 part-66 on the rules for aircraft engineers are met within the following overall responsibilities: 1. Service, maintenance and commissioning of fixed-wing aircraft with turbine engine (B. 1).



2. Service, maintenance and commissioning of fixed-wing aircraft with piston engine (B 1.2).



3. Service, maintenance and commissioning of turbine-engine helicopters (B 1.3).



4. Service, maintenance and commissioning of helicopters with piston engine (B 1.4).



5. Avionic (B2).



1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of training specializations.

1.3. Training can be completed with the following specializations: 1. Aircraft Mechanic – B1.



2. Aircraft Mechanic – B2.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts 4 years and 5 months including progress. School education in the main course of the thesis B1 lasts 60 weeks. School education in the main course of the thesis B2 goods 64 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least four periods with intermediate school internship periods.

3. specific competences in advance of school education in the main process 3.1. The specific competences, students must meet in order to begin on school education on the main sequence, is that students can: 1. apply natural scientific working methods, concepts, ways of thinking and tools to the extent and level, which is the basis for being able to participate in the main gradient teaching,



2. use communicative work methods, concepts, ways of thinking and tools both in Danish and in English to the extent and level, which is the basis for being able to participate in the main gradient teaching,



3. apply the aviation working methods, concepts, ways of thinking and tools to the extent and level, which is the basis for being able to participate in the main gradient learning.



3.2. in order to start on the main course, students in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic gradient sample.

4. Competences for main course 4.1. Competence objectives for the main course, see. However, section 4.2.-4.4., is that students can: 1. apply the science that underlies the aviation technologies,



2. Overview combine and apply basic systems in the field of electricity, electronics and digital technique on all types of aircraft/helicopters



3. apply knowledge of the characteristics, properties and application of metallic and non-metallic materials and standard components within the aviation industry,



4. with overview combine and apply knowledge of troubleshooting, adjustment and repair of the aircraft through the use of aviation repair manuals and other data in English and use maintenance systems at a logical and complex way,



5. with overview combine and use knowledge in the field of flystruktur and aircraft systems and instruments, radio communication, navigation and automatic flystyring in all types of aircraft and helicopters on a logical and complex way,



6. apply knowledge of human factors as well as national and international rules in the air transport industry,



7. with overview combine and use knowledge in the field of repair of motor and motor systems in aviation in a logical and complex way,



8. with overview combine and use test equipment on systems in the field of electricity, electronics, digital techniques, instruments, radio communication, navigation and automatic flystyring on all types of aircraft/helicopters on a logical and complex way and



9. apply the fundamental knowledge in the field of repair of electronic engine management systems and engine indication systems and in air travel.



4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-6, apply to all specializations in education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 7, applies to education specialty B1.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 8-9, goes for education thesis B2.

5. organisation of school education and internship training 5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as laid down in the Ordinance on vocational education and training.

5.2. In the internship the student solves tasks provided by the school, while conducting an ongoing assessment of those. Tasks must relate it to the relevant praktikmål.

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. As part of the last school term for the specialities B1og B2 shall be borne by the school a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable. If students are implementing teaching in the two theses are carried out only in the test first occurring journeymen thesis for students.

6.2. The test consists of typical tasks within the airline industry and includes troubleshooting, adjustment, repair and replacement of defective or worn out parts. The test shall be organised by the school in consultation with the Technical Committee.

6.2.1 the task must be solved within a total of 6 hours of thesis B (1) and for the thesis B2. The tasks are distributed among students after the drawing of lots.

6.2.2. In connection with the assessment of the practical test is given orally to the student an opportunity to explain the work process and the selected method and thereby to further demonstrate its technical and vocational education as well as education and personal qualifications in relation to the conducted training.

6.3. For the issue of the school certificate, should the student have at least achieved beståkarakter in all områdefag and bound specialefag in the main course.

6.4. in the case of pupils who complete specialized courses (B) 1 and B2, journeyman test in the first-occurring thesis as laid down in section 6.1. be passed.

6.5. By the end of training, the Technical Committee shall issue a certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in the field of education.

6.5.1. For students who complete the thesis B1 or B2 is applied to the result of the final sample referred to in article 6. section 6.1.



Annex 5 Bodywork training

1. the purpose of education and Division 1.1. Bodywork training have as overarching purpose, to the student through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities: 1. building, manufacture, repair or replacement of parts on the coachwork, chassis, trailers and vehicles.



2. Special decoration of vehicles.



3. Analysis of and straightening on complicated injuries.



1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of training steps and specialties.

1.3. Training includes the following steps: 1. bodywork blacksmith.



2. Bodywork technician with the specialities bodywork creates and body builds.



1.4. the Training step 2 can be completed with the following specializations: 1. Body creates.



2. Body builds.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1 bodywork blacksmith lasts 3 years and 6 months including progress. School education in the main gradient step 1 lasts 32 weeks. Step 2 bodywork technician with theses lasting 6 months. School education in the main gradient's step 2 items 5 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 6 school periods with intermediate training period for students on step 1 and in at least one school period with intermediate training period for students on step 2.

3. specific competences in advance of school education in the main process 3.1. The specific competences, students must meet in order to begin on school education on the main sequence, is that students can: 1. produce, adapt and replace smaller body parts,



2. create smaller dents,



3. weld less complex body parts on vehicles and



4. use putty knife materials in connection with the coating of bodywork parts.



3.2. in order to begin påuddannelsens main courses to students in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic gradient sample and have obtained proof of course occupational health and safety, welding and thermal cutting.

4. Competences for main course 4.1. Competence objectives for the main course, see. However, section 4.2.-4.5., is that students can: 1. apply data from e.g. repair manuals on Danish and foreign languages,



2. perform concatenation techniques in accordance with applicable laws and relevant regulations from the Labour Inspectorate,



3. carry out the work on the basis of knowledge on risk assessment (APV., product knowledge (sustainability), personal protective equipment and health risks,



4. apply their knowledge of materials, composition and elasticity associated with joining,



5. receive and deliver messages to customers before and after the work performed,



6. create body parts so that they fulfil the requirements in relation to the further processing,



7. join various bodywork parts correctly in accordance with the applicable regulations and repair books,



8. manufacture repair pieces to BodyWorks or bodywork parts out of the working drawing,



9. loading and installation of, as well as repair the panes on the basis of available data and in accordance with applicable law,



10. evaluate and repair composite damage based on account of costs and further processing,




11. evaluate, plan and execute by-and fitting of the mechanical and electrical components,



12. perform skarings tasks by partial replacement of body parts on non load-bearing structures on the basis of requirements for fit, reworking and time consumption,



13. assess and analyse the extent of the injury, as well as establish welding and aligning requirements in accordance with the manufacturer's requirements specification for stability and security,



14. use of international skills to understand and handle contexts in relation to an internationalized labour market,



15. work environmentally aware with all tasks within the job areas and including education act in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,



16. exhibit knowledge of entrepreneurship and the concept of independence, including obtaining knowledge of the conditions attached to the establishment of own business,



17. demonstrate innovative skills by e.g. method and material choice within the education job areas,



18. perform skarings tasks on load-bearing parts in vehicle structures based on legal requirements, fit and requirements for refinishing as well as subsequent use materials for corrosion protection and sealing,



19. prepare documentation in connection with the preparation of damage analysis and assessment of the extent of the injuries, including resource usage (time, labor and materials),



20. perform straightening of complicated injuries,



21. carry out structural changes and



22. for specific job functions, located within the company's operational area, or which have an impact on pupils ' future employment opportunities.



4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-17, applies to all stages of education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 18 and 22, applies to training step 2.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 19-20, applies to education specialty bodywork creates.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 21, applies to education specialty bodywork is based.

5. organisation of school education and internship training 5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as laid down in the Ordinance on vocational education and training.

5.2. Pupils must before presentation of the test in step 1 bodywork blacksmith, see. paragraph 6.1., or before the final test, see. paragraph 6.2., have acquired the relevant driving licence in accordance with the applicable rules.

5.3. Students should start on driving licence education immediately after 18 years. year.

5.4. Training Enterprise choose driving instructor and is obliged to – for the students, there is no prior to training (t) has acquired the licence in question – to disentangle the cost within the framework laid down by the Technical Committee in the education system on the basis of statutory requirements for the acquisition of the relevant driving licence (s).

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. As a part of the last school period shall be borne by the school for pupils who quit with step 1, body slammed and for pupils at step 2 bodywork technician with the specialities bodywork creates and body builds towards the end of school education a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test.

6.1.1 the task consists of typical tasks for bodywork wrought industry and includes repair and replacement of vehicles damaged and corrosion affected parts. Tasks shall be made in consultation with the Technical Committee. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.1.2 Task solved within a total of 37 hours. The tasks to be allocated to students after the drawing of lots. The teacher and the censors must be present for the last two days during the execution of the practical test.

6.1.3. In connection with the assessment of the practical test is given orally to the student an opportunity to explain the work process and the selected method and thereby to further demonstrate its technical and vocational education as well as education and personal qualifications in relation to the conducted training.

6.2. For the issue of the school certificate, should the student have achieved at least beståkarakter as the average of the grades for all basic subjects and at least beståkarakter in each områdefag in the main course. There must also be achieved at least grade beståkarakter or "passed" in each specialefag. Any subjects which is not given in nature, must be conducted in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.3. For students who complete the training with step 1 and step 2 bodywork the bodywork blacksmith technician, diploma as set out in section 6.1. be passed.

6.4. By the end of training, including completion of step 1, draw up the Technical Committee, a training certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in the field of education.

6.4.1. For pupils who quit with step 1 and step 2, is applied to the final test, see. section 6.1, is passed.



Annex 6 Truck mechanic 1. Training purposes and Division 1.1. Training for HGV mechanic has the overall aim of the student through school education and internship training achieves knowledge, skills and competences in the area of service, maintenance and repair of lorries and buses (vehicles over 3500 kg GVW) including trailers.

1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of the steps or specialty.

1.3. the Programme contains Step1 HGV fitter.

1.4. The training can be completed with step 2 thesis truck mechanic.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1 HGV fitter lasts 2 years including the basic cycle. School education in the main gradient step 1 lasts 15 weeks. Step 2 sub-teacher lasts 2 years. School education in the main gradient's step 2 lasts 20 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 3 school periods with intermediate training period for students on step 1 and in at least 3 periods with intermediate school apprenticeships for pupils at step 2.

3. specific competences in advance of school education in the main process 3.1. The specific competences, students must meet in order to begin on school education on the main sequence, is that students can: 1. perform mechanical separation and collection of diesel engines and/or gasoline engines and account for diesel engines and/or gasoline engines basic structure and functioning, including the four beats,



2. perform mechanical separation and collection of steering and brakes on trucks and/or passenger vans and explain bremsers and steering basic construction and operation on lorries and/or passenger carriages



3. solve commonly occurring problems by separation of mechanical subjects for example remove broken screws and bolts, as well as repair damaged threads on the basis of knowledge of different thread types



4. outline a basic knowledge of electrical concepts, for example, AC/DC voltage, current, resistance, power, frequency, ohms law and power formula



5. explain a fundamental knowledge of electrical components and circuits in vehicles for example knowledge of resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, transistors and LEDs. In addition, knowledge about series and parallel circuits, Rectifier circuits and basic digital circuits,



6. implement simple measurements on electrical circuits with a starting point in reading the basic wiring diagrams for example, the voltage measurement, power metering and measuring resistance using multimeter,



7. apply mechanical measurement equipment including caliper, micrometer screw, the degree scale and måleure,



8. apply a basic knowledge about nature and environmental issues in relation to the person and/or road area including various energy bæreres importance for sustainable transport. In addition, knowledge about the nature of professional and environmental aspects in connection with the technological development of vehicles including knowledge about electric cars and hybrid cars,



9. handle fuel, oil and other common chemicals correctly in connection with work tasks in the workshop,



10. use and maintain common hand tools properly,



11. use lifting gear safety correctly based on the manufacturer's instructions and



12. communicate appropriate orally and in writing in relation to employees, suppliers and customers.



3.2. in order to start on the main course, students in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic gradient sample and have obtained proof of course occupational health and safety, welding and thermal cutting.

4. Competences for main course 4.1. Competence objectives for the main course, see. However, section 4.2.-4.3., is that students can: 1. perform the work at the workshop on the basis of knowledge of applicable rules on safety, working environment and product liability,



2. perform service and repair based on the use of manuals and workshop manuals on Danish and at least one foreign language,



3. carry out the daily tasks in collaboration with colleagues and help to ensure development in quality, productivity and a good economy in the workshop as well as a good customer service,



4. perform inspection, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance on the lorry braking systems,



5. perform inspection, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of lorries steering and chassis, including suspension parts, chassis, wheels and tires,




6. perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of lorries transmission including repair of clutch and transmission shafts,



7. perform simple troubleshooting and repair tasks on lorry diesel engines on the basis of a fundamental knowledge of the structure and functioning of diesel engines, including inspection and repairs on cooling and lubricating systems



8. perform service on refrigeration and air conditioning,



9. perform repair of air-bag plant,



10. perform inspection and repair of lamps, direction indicators and Wiper/washer systems on trucks.



11. using appropriate measuring and diagnosis equipment perform uncomplicated troubleshooting on electrical systems on lorries on the basis of a basic knowledge of measurement techniques, electronics, electrical and electronic systems on lorries,



12. complete the provisioning of a lorry to views on the basis of knowledge of the relevant legislative requirements for the vehicle.



13. explain the knowledge of international conditions prevailing in HGV sector and carry out duties in relation to a internationalized labour market,



14. work environmentally aware with all tasks within the job areas and including education act in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,



15. outline the knowledge about entrepreneurship and innovation, including knowledge of the conditions attached to the establishment of own business,



16. perform complex troubleshooting and repair tasks as well as maintenance on lorry diesel engines, including the replacement and repair of engine components, troubleshooting and repairs of diesel injection systems and troubleshooting and repair of truck engines the intake and exhaust systems,



17. perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance on the lorry braking systems including ABS (Anti Blocking System)-brakes with TCS (Traction Control System) and ESP (Electronic Stability Program),



18. perform installation, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of lorries comfort-and safety equipment, for example distance regulated cruise control system (ACC), tachographs and speed limiters, electronic pneumatic-controlled seats, air conditioning/climate control as well as engine and cabin heaters,



19. perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of electrical installations including generators supply lorries, ladesystemer and starts the installation. In addition, troubleshooting and repair of electronic main circuit breakers and electrical installations in lorries on the basis of knowledge of the legal requirements in connection with the transport of dangerous goods.



20. perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of steering, chassis and coupling devices on trucks including measurement and adjustment of operating machines. In addition, measurement, adjustment and repair of all the steered wheels and axles as well as troubleshooting, repair, adjustment and programming of the electronically controlled air suspension.



21. perform troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance of transmission on heavy goods vehicles, including repair of gearboxes including. automatic switching, differential and navreduktion as well as control of and troubleshooting on tachographs.



22. perform troubleshooting and repair of lorries of electronic systems based on a wide knowledge of both digital and analog electronics as well as measurement techniques including knowledge of transducers, analog-to-digital conversion, hardware architecture with bus, CPU, memory and i/o devices. In addition, knowledge of the specific standards and protocols for data communications, which attach to the CAN bus.



23. explain the knowledge of technological development and innovation on the truck area with special emphasis on reduction of the load on the external environment including developments in engine technology, control systems, alternative fuels, transmission and fuel cell technology that is appropriate for heavy goods vehicles



4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-15, applies to all stages and specializations in undergraduate education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 16-23 apply to training step 2 truck mechanic.

5. organisation of school education and internship training 5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as laid down in the Ordinance on vocational education and training.

5.2. Pupils must before presentation of the test in step 1 HGV fitter, see. paragraph 6.1., or before the final test in step 2 by lorry mechanic, see. section. 6.2., have acquired the relevant driving licence in accordance with the applicable rules.

5.3. Students should start on driving licence education immediately after 18 years. year.

5.4. Training Enterprise choose driving instructor and is obliged to – for the students, there is no prior to training (t) has acquired the licence in question – to disentangle the cost within the framework laid down by the Technical Committee in the education system on the basis of statutory requirements for the acquisition of the relevant driving licence (s).

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. As part of the last school term the school organises a final test for students who only carry out training step 1 HGV fitter. The test consists of a practical task. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.1.1. Sample aims to show the learner's acquisition of vocational and General and personal competences for education. The project takes as its starting point the competence objectives of training step 1.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 2 sub-teacher holds the school towards the end of school education a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test.

6.2.1. Task consists of a workshop task. The sample is based on competency goals for education in step 2. The student solves the task, consisting of the typical duties within specialized trades. Tasks shall be made in consultation with the Technical Committee. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.2. The task is solved within a total of 18 hours. Eleven draws share within the tasks associated with the pupil's chosen specialefag.

6.2.3. In the context of the assessment of the practical test is given the student apartment to oral to account for the worker process used and the chosen method and thereby to further demonstrate its technical and general professional as well as General and personal qualifications in relation to the conducted training.

6.2.4. The censors shall be present to the extent that it is necessary, in order to assess the student's execution of troubleshooting, however, maximum 2 days.

6.3. For the issue of the school certificate, should the student have achieved at least beståkarakter as the average of the grades for all initial and områdefag in the main course. There must also be achieved at least grade beståkarakter or "passed" in each specialefag. Any subjects which is not given in nature, must be conducted in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.3.1. For students who complete the training with step 1 HGV fitter, exam as set out in section 6.1. be passed.

6.4. For students who complete the training with step 2 lorry mechanic, must test as set out in section 6.2. be passed.

6.5. By the end of training, including for students who complete the training with step 1 HGV fitter, the Technical Committee shall issue a certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in the field of education.

6.5.1. For pupils who quit with step 1 HGV fitter, is applied to the final test, see. section 6.1, is passed. For students who complete with step 2 lorry mechanic, is applied to the result of the final sample referred to in article 6. section 6.2.



Annex 7 Personvogns mechanic 1. Training purposes and Division 1.1. Training for personvogns mechanic has the overall aim of the student through school education and internship training achieves knowledge, skills and competences in the area of service, maintenance and repair of cars and vans under 3500 kg GVW.

1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives provided for in one or more of the steps or specialty.

1.3. the Programme contains Step1 personvogns fitter.

1.4. The training can be completed with step 2 thesis personvogns mechanic.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1 personvogns fitter lasts 2 years including the basic cycle. School education in the main gradient step 1 lasts 15 weeks. Step 2 personvogns mechanic lasts 2 years. School education in the main gradient's step 2 lasts 20 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 3 school periods with intermediate training period for students on step 1 and in at least 3 periods with intermediate school apprenticeships for pupils at step 2.

3. specific competences in advance of school education in the main process 3.1. The specific competences, students must meet in order to begin on school education on the main sequence, is that students can: 1. perform mechanical separation and collection of diesel and/or gasoline engines and diesel engines and/or account for the petrol engined basic structure and functioning, including the four beats,



2. perform mechanical separation and collection of steering and brakes on passenger cars and/or lorries and explain bremsers and steering basic construction and operation of passenger carriages




3. solve commonly occurring problems by separation of mechanical subjects for example remove broken screws and bolts, as well as repair damaged threads on the basis of knowledge of different thread types



4. outline a basic knowledge of electrical concepts, for example, AC/DC voltage, current, resistance, power, frequency, ohms law and power formula



5. explain a fundamental knowledge of electrical components and circuits including knowledge of resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, transistors and LEDs. In addition, knowledge about series and parallel circuits, Rectifier circuits and basic digital circuits,



6. implement simple measurements on electrical circuits with a starting point in reading the basic wiring diagrams for example, the voltage measurement, power metering and measuring resistance using multimeter,



7. apply mechanical measurement equipment including caliper, micrometer screw, the degree scale and måleure,



8. apply a basic knowledge about nature and environmental issues in relation to the person and/or road area including different bæreres impact on sustainable energy drive. In addition, knowledge about the nature of professional and environmental aspects in connection with the technological development of vehicles including a basic knowledge about electric cars and hybrid cars,



9. handle gasoline, oil and other common chemicals correctly in connection with work tasks in the workshop,



10. use and maintain common hand tools properly,



11. apply common lifting gear on the workshop safety correctly based on the manufacturer's instructions,



12. communicate appropriate orally and in writing in relation to employees, suppliers and customers.



3.2. in order to start on the main course, students in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic gradient sample and have obtained proof of course occupational health and safety, welding and thermal cutting.

4. Competences for main course 4.1. Competence objectives for the main course, see. However, section 4.2.-4.3., is that students can: 1. perform the work at the workshop on the basis of knowledge of applicable rules on safety, working environment and product liability,



2. perform service and repair based on the use of manuals and workshop manuals on Danish and at least one foreign language,



3. carry out the daily tasks in collaboration with colleagues and help to ensure development in quality, productivity and a good economy in the workshop as well as a good customer service,



4. perform inspection, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance on passenger vehicles braking systems including an account of a fundamental knowledge of ABS-bremsers structure and function,



5. perform inspection, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance on passenger vehicles steering and chassis, including measurement and adjustment of wheel angles as well as inspection and repair of suspension, suspension parts, wheel rims and tires,



6. perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance on passenger vehicles transmission including repair of clutch and transmission shafts,



7. perform simple troubleshooting and repair tasks on personal vehicles diesel and gasoline engines on the basis of a basic knowledge of diesel and petrol engines structure and functioning, including inspection and repairs on cooling and lubricating systems



8. perform service on refrigeration and air conditioning,



9. perform bonding of glass and repair of stone,



10. perform inspection and repair of lamps, direction indicators and Wiper/washer works on passenger carriages.



11. using appropriate measuring and diagnosis equipment perform uncomplicated troubleshooting on electrical systems on passenger cars, on the basis of a basic knowledge of measurement techniques, electronics, electrical and electronic systems on passenger cars,



12. implement service and security checks on passenger carriages.



13. work environmentally aware with all tasks within the job areas and including education act in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,



14. demonstrate a basic understanding of entrepreneurship and innovation, including knowledge of the conditions attached to the establishment of own business,



15. perform complex troubleshooting and repair tasks as well as maintenance of petrol and diesel engines, including the replacement and repair of engine components, troubleshooting and repairs of diesel injection systems and engine management plant on gasoline engines,



16. perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance on passenger vehicles braking systems including ABS (Anti Blocking System)-brakes with TCS (Traction Control System) and ESP (Electronic Stability Program).



17. perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance on passenger vehicles comfort and safety equipment, including air bag plant,



18. perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance on passenger vehicles electrical supply facilities including generators, ladesystemer and starts the installation. In addition, troubleshooting and repair on system forsyningsdel based on knowledge about electrical safety in connection with high values for DC voltage and direct current,



19. perform troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of steering and chassis including electro-hydraulic (EHPS) and electro-mechanical power steering (EPS) systems. In addition, implement 4-reel accrue only with electronic 4-wheel udmålings appliances.



20. troubleshoot, repair, and maintenance of transmission on passenger carriages, including repair of gearboxes including. automatic switching,



21. perform troubleshooting and repair on passenger vehicles electronic systems based on a wide knowledge of both digital and analog electronics as well as measurement techniques including knowledge of transducers, analog-to-digital conversion, hardware architecture with bus, CPU, memory and i/o devices. In addition, knowledge of the specific standards and protocols for data communications, which attach to the CAN bus.



22. explain the knowledge of technological development and innovation on personvogns area with special emphasis on reduction of the load on the external environment for example the development of electric cars, motor technology, control systems, alternative fuels, transmission and fuel cell technology that is relevant to the personvogns area,



23. explain the knowledge of international relations that prevail in personvogns industry and carry out duties in relation to a internationalized labour market,



24. carry out a professional communication in the light of the knowledge of the various forms of communication and methods including information retrieval and professional communication in English,



4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-14, applies to all stages and specializations in undergraduate education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 15-24 applies to training step 2 personnvognsmekaniker.

5. organisation of school education and internship training 5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as laid down in the Ordinance on vocational education and training.

5.2. Pupils must before presentation of the test in step 1 personvogns assembler, see. paragraph 6.1., or before the final test in step 2 personvogns mechanic, see. section. 6.2., have acquired the relevant driving licence in accordance with the applicable rules.

5.3. Students should start on driving licence education immediately after 18 years. year.

5.4. Training Enterprise choose driving instructor and is obliged to – for the students, there is no prior to training have acquired the relevant driving licence – to disentangle the cost within the framework laid down by the Technical Committee in the education system on the basis of statutory requirements for the acquisition of the appropriate driving licence.

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. As part of the last school term the school organises a final test for students who only carry out training step 1 personvogns fitter. The test consists of a practical task. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.1.1. Sample aims to show the learner's acquisition of vocational and General and personal competences for education. The project takes as its starting point the competence objectives of training step 1.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 2 personvogns mechanic shall be borne by the school towards the end of school education a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test.

6.2.1. Task consists of a workshop task. The sample is based on competency goals for education in step 2. The student solves the task, consisting of the typical duties within specialized trades. Tasks shall be made in consultation with the Technical Committee. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.2. The task is solved within a total of 18 hours. Eleven draws share within the tasks associated with the pupil's chosen specialefag.

6.2.3. In the context of the assessment of the practical test is given the student apartment to oral to account for the worker process used and the chosen method and thereby to further demonstrate its technical and general professional as well as General and personal qualifications in relation to the conducted training.

6.2.4. The censors shall be present to the extent that it is necessary, in order to assess the student's execution of troubleshooting, however, maximum 2 days.


6.3. For the issue of the school certificate, should the student have achieved at least beståkarakter as the average of the grades for all initial and områdefag in the main course. There must also be achieved at least grade beståkarakter or "passed" in each specialefag. Any subjects which is not given in nature, must be conducted in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.3.1. For students who complete the training with step 1 personvogns fitter, exam as set out in section 6.1. be passed.

6.4. For students who complete the training with step 2 personvogns mechanic, must test as set out in section 6.2. be passed.

6.5. By the end of training, including for students who complete the training with step 1 personvogns fitter, the Technical Committee shall issue a certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in the field of education.

6.5.1. For pupils who quit with step 1 personvogns fitter, is applied to the final test, see. section 6.1, is passed. For students who complete with step 2 personvogns mechanic, is applied to the result of the final sample referred to in article 6. section 6.2.



Annex 8 Carriage painter

1. the purpose of education and Division 1.1. Training to carriage painter has the overall aim of the student through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities: 1. Original, creative, innovative and experienced planning, description and execution of vognmaler work, taking into account quality, raising productivity and aesthetic conditions.



2. ensure personal security, workplace working environment as well as the close, the surrounding and the global environment.



3. Cooperation with other professionals in the workplace with regard to the planning, organisation and execution of tasks.



4. Accountability, autonomy, flexibility and commitment in the conduct of the subject's work.



5. The industry's business development, continuing education and the basis for establishing their own businesses.



1.2. The learner must reach the established training objectives in the field of education thesis.

1.3. The training is completed with the thesis a carriage painter.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts 3 ½ years including basic course. School education in the main course lasts 25 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 3 school periods with intermediate periods.

3. specific competences in advance of school education in the main process 3.1. The specific competences, students must meet in order to begin on school education on the main sequence, is that students can: 1. make color mixing from the basic blandingsmæssige properties



2. under professional guidance to select product to a work task



3. under professional guidance included in common work tasks in a vognmaler company,



4. carry out cleaning, preparing and bottom treatment to the subject's general maintenance tasks,



5. Paint less auto topics under professional guidance,



6. plan their work correctly, including safety and health apply code labelling rules for the selection of personal protective equipment,



7. apply the tools, devices and equipment safety properly and



8. give an account of the physical, chemical and mathematical relationships within corrosion learn, pressure, volume and surface area calculation, buoyancy and thickness.



3.2. in order to start on the main course, students in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic gradient swatch and have acquired the documentation in order to meet the Danish working environment service's educational requirements in order to be able to work with styrenholdige products.

4. Competences for main course 4.1. Competence objectives for the main course is that students can: 1. communicate with customers and partners, participate in conflict resolution and solving health and safety problems and relate to the working environment and the external environment's impact on health and quality of life,



2. plan your work, use computer systems to time norms and pricing, use costing as well as seek out information about materials engineering, environmental and working environmental as well as economic specifications in written and electronic media,



3. assess the quality of own work from planning to results, taking into account the standards and norms as well as search, find and process information for use in production planning and execution, including the use of it equipment for the planning of systematic quality control,



4. identify different types of industrial surface treatment with associated security measures, materials, plant and machinery, application methods, control and quality assurance procedures as well as repair and maintenance,



5. make colour analysis, color mixing and color spoofing with the most current tools and electronic devices, taking into account the mental, physical, aesthetic and blandingsmæssige properties



6. make the correct choice of material for all elements in the production and use and assess the links between tool, equipment, materials and techniques by the bonding of auto plastic parts, enabling the bottom over the building to the final finished refinishing, custom hedging, finished painting with different materials and techniques, power coating, spray drying techniques, various decorative techniques as well as finish with various finishing methods



7. adhere to rules and safety requirements, identify and describe the causes of problems in the working environment and to draw up proposals for problem solving and



8. apply industry-relevant skills in academic reading, in oral and written communication and applying information technology to the relevant communication and information retrieval, including orally and in writing to participate in professional and social debate.

5. organisation of school education and internship training 5.1. The interaction between school and work placement activities are described in the education system within the overall framework, as laid down in the Ordinance on vocational education and training.

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period in the training school organises a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.1.1. The test consists of a written test and an oral test.

6.1.2. The written test lasts 4 hours and consists of tasks within the profession of surveying and costing as well as area specialty elective course material learning 3. Reference material, including the student's own notes and calculators may be used.

6.1.3. The practical test in specialefag goods in all 33 hours and consists of tasks within the following disciplines with the specified intended use of the time.



1. The treatment builds finishing 20 hours.



2. Fitting and hand painting by criminal rings 5 hours.



3. Complete refinishing with relevant products 5 hours.



4. Color spoofing 3 hours.



6.1.4. The list includes a character for each sample. The nature of the written test included with ¼ of the total nature, and the nature of the practical test is included with ¾ of the total rating. The student has passed the journeyman's test, if the weighted average of the two test grades are at least equivalent to beståkarakter.

6.2. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have achieved beståkarakter in each of the main gradient områdefag and bound specialefag. In the rules of the educational system on the individual subjects can be exempted from this requirement, however, the profession. Subjects that should not be passed, and subjects, which is not given in nature, must be conducted in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.3. upon completion of training the Technical Committee shall issue a training certificate (journeymen letter) to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in the field of education.

6.3.1. The Technical Committee can sign letter of distinction for well-executed journeyman's journeyman's test with terms of praise, bronze medal and a silver medal.