Executive Order Amending Executive Order On Education In The Vocational Common Input Power, Management And Information Technology (Amendment Of Journeyman's Test In Electrician Training, Introduction Of Electronics Operator Training In The Entrance And...

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Executive order amending Executive order on education in the vocational common input power, control and information technology

(Modification of the journeyman's test in electrician training, introduction of electronics operator training in the entrance and changing journeymen test in electronics operator training)

§ 1

In executive order No. 607 of 4. June 2010 for courses in the vocational common input power, control and it shall be amended as follows: 1. Article 2, paragraph 1, is replaced by the following: ' the following vocational training is assigned to this input: 1) Automation and process training, see. Annex 1.

2) Data and communication training, see. Annex 2.

3) Electrician, see. Annex 3.

4) electronic and low voltage training, see. Annex 4.

5) Electronics operator, see. Annex 5.

6) Supply operator, see. Annex 6.

7) frontline pc-supporter, see. Annex 7.

8) frontline radio-tv-supporter, see. Annex 8.

9) Theatre, exhibition and event technician, see. Annex 9. '

2. In article 2, paragraphs 2 and 3, the words: ' 8 ' to: ' 9 '.

3. In annex 3 is replaced by the following section 6. the following: ' 6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period of training shall be borne by the school in consultation with the Technical Committee, a final test. 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 final test consists of a written and an oral examination. The contents of the test sample shall be organised by the school in consultation with the Technical Committee. The devices, which are used in teaching, must be used.

6.1.2. The written test are solved within a duration of two clock hours.

6.1.3. The oral trial lasts more than 20 minutes. The sample is based on the one hand, education content and partly in a practical project, drawn up within a maximum of 60 hours in the last period in the training school.

6.1.4. The examiner and censors give off a total grade for the written test, and an overall grade for the oral test.

6.1.5. If the course examiner and the two censors do not agree on a joint assessment, gives each a rating. The nature of the sample is the average of the grades, rounded to the nearest character in scale. If the average is located in between the two characters is rounded up there. There can not be rounded up to the "Passed". The censors shall participate only under an identical rating.

6.2. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have achieved beståkarakter in each områdefag and specialefag in the main course. 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, the journeyman's test be passed. In order to pass the journeyman's test required that the student has passed both the written and the oral test.

6.4. By the end of 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.

6.5. On the training certificate (journeymen letter) is applied to the result of the final test. The overall character of the sample is obtained as an average of the grade for the written and the oral test.

6.6. Prøvekarakteren shown by journeymen letter. The Technical Committee may of well-executed journeymen try sign journeyman's letter with "Well-executed/Extremely well-executed". '

4. Annex 5 shall be replaced by Appendix 1 to this notice.

Annex 5-8 will be hereinafter annex 6-9.

§ 2

The notice shall enter into force on the 15. July 2011.

The Ministry of education, the 4. March 2011 P.M.V. Lars Mortensen Director/Silvia Fernandez



Annex 1



' Annex 5



Electronics operator



1. the purpose of education and Division 1.1. Training for electronics operator have as overarching purpose to students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:

1. automatic and manual Assembly and repair of products in the electronics manufacturing industry,

2. Management and monitoring of manual and automatic production processes in the electronics manufacturing industry,

3. precision soldering and repairs under the microscope in the electronics manufacturing industry,

4. quality control and troubleshooting, as well as the use of test and measurement equipment in the electronics manufacturing industry,

5. the use of documentation and performance standards in the electronics manufacturing industry and

6. production management, optimization and method improvement including compliance with safety and the environment in the electronics manufacturing industry.

1.2. Students must achieve the training objectives laid down in the field of education.

1.3. The training is completed with the thesis Electronics operator.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts 2 years, including the basic cycle. School education in the main course constitutes 17 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course can be divided into at least 2 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 the school education in the main sequence, is that students can:

1. handle commonly occurring HMD and SMD components used in electronics production as well as decipher the value entries that are imprinted with the components,

2. make simple manual soldering, repair and Assembly applications on electronic products,

3. use common measuring instruments for control measurements,

4. make simple mechanical Assembly of electronic devices,

5. contribute to maintaining an ESD-safe environment on the basis of knowledge of how static electricity occurs and

6. handle epoxyholdige components and is familiar with the applicable security regulations as well as with the use of personal protective equipment.

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. perform manual Assembly and repair tasks on single-and double-sided PCB mounted with SMD and HMD-components

2. perform automatic Assembly and repair tasks on single-and double-sided print,

3. handle the epoxyholdige components and is familiar with the applicable safety regulations,

4. contribute to maintaining an ESD-safe environment,

5. manage, monitor and optimize manual production processes, as well as contribute to problem-solving,

6. manage, monitor and optimize automated production processes, as well as contribute to problem-solving, including carrying out preventive maintenance,

7. carry out control measurements of whole-and semis after checklist with commonly used measuring instruments,

8. perform manual precision soldering and repairs under the microscope,

9. identify the HMD and SMD components as well as used print types with different surface finishes,

10. use occurring production standards for testing of montage and repairs on manual and automated production processes,

11. perform troubleshooting and process optimization on production systems and involve relevant persons herein, including carrying out necessary adjustments and corrective actions

12. participate in the company's quality management, including make Visual check and know the advantages and disadvantages of Visual and automatic inspection,

13. assess bottleneck problems

14. engage in team organized production, as well as participate in the project and development work together with other professionals,

15. demonstrate innovative skills in connection with the performance of productivity-enhancing activities in the production,

16. communicate and report related to own job function,

17. work environment-and energy-conscious with work tasks within education job areas with the aim of sustainable development,

18. demonstrate understanding of globalisation influence on company's workflows,

19. use IT in connection with work tasks,

20. solve complex problems within the education field manual electronics production,

21. produce complex products within the training area manual electronics production,

22. resolve complex issues within the education area auto electronics manufacturing and

23. manufacture of complex products in the education area auto electronics production.

4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1 – 19, applies to the entire training.

4.3. In paragraph 4.1., nr. 20 – 21, mentioned competences apply to profile manual electronics production.

4.4. in paragraph 4.1., nr. 22 – 23, mentioned competences apply to profile automatically electronics production.

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 training for electronics operator holds the school a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test. Notice of tests and examinations in vocational education are applicable.

6.1.1. The final sample consists of two written assignments and a practical task. Task content is organised by the school in consultation with the Technical Committee.


6.1.2. The one writing task be tackled within a duration of 2 clock hours and consists of a number of written questions within the education targets in områdefag and specialefag. During the answer session has eleven own memos, handbooks and similar material is available. The second writing task is based on placement of the establishment production and drawn up in training last internship period. Before the commencement of this exercise, the student have approval from the school. There is a separate character for each of the two tasks.

6.1.3. The practical problem solved within a duration of 8 clock hours. The student should prepare a practical project in one or both of the core areas of training manual and auto-electronics production. The practical test is performed by students as a group task or individual task. By group tasks on the composition of the groups according to the pupils ' own choice. Students are examined individually. The aim of the project is to show the learner's acquisition of vocational, General and personal competences for education. The project takes as its starting point the competence objectives of training.

6.1.4. the test will be assessed by a teacher and 2 censors. It is organisations with seat in the Technical Committee that nominates and afbeskikker the censors.

6.1.5. The nature of the final sample is obtained as an average of karakterene for the two written assignments, which have weight 1, and the nature of the practical task that has weight 2.

6.2. For the issue of the school the student must have obtained the beståkarakter of proof as an average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main course. The student must also have achieved beståkarakter in each områdefag and specialefag.

6.3. For students who complete the training, the journeyman's test be passed.

6.4. By the end of the Technical Committee shall issue a training certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in training. '

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