Decree Amending The Decree On Education In Vocational Joint Input Production And Development

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

Subscribe to a Global-Regulation Premium Membership Today!

Key Benefits:

Subscribe Now for only USD$20 per month, or Get a Day Pass for only USD$4.99.
Overview (table of contents)

Appendix 1

Appendix 2

The full text
Order amending the Order on education in the vocational joint input production and development
(Clarification of the exam description for clothing craftsman training, relocation of electronics operator training and detailed definition of competence for industrial operator training)
§ 1 | || in order no. 1515 of 15 december 2010 on education in the vocational joint input production and development is amended as follows:

1. § 2. 1 is replaced by:


"The following vocational assigned to this entry:

1) Clothing Craftsman, See Appendix 1.

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

3) Cnc technician training, see. Annex 3.

4) Precision mechanic, see. Appendix 5.

5) Industrial Operator see. Annex 6

6) Industrial technician training, see. Annex 7

7) Cooling Technician, see. Annex 8

8) Laboratory Dental Technician, see. Annex 9

9) Maritime trades, see. Annex 10.

10) Metal Forging, see. Annex 11

11) Model Carpenters, see. Annex 12.

12) Oil burner technician, see. Annex 13

13) Ortopædist, see. Annex 14

14) Surface treatments, see. Annex 15

15) Plastic Mager, see. Annex 16.

16) Process Operator see. Annex 17

17) Produktør, see. Annex 18.

18) Marine Technician, see. Annex 19

19) Ship's Mechanic, see. Annex 20

20) Ship Fitter, see. Annex 21

21) Wrought program, see. Annex 22

22) Foundry Technologies, see. Annex 23

23) Technical designer, see. Annex 24

24) Watchmaker, see. Annex 25

25) Wind Turbine Operator see. Annex 26

26) Tools program, see. Annex 27

27) Precious Smed, see. Annex 28. '

2. Annex 1 is replaced by Annex 1 to this Order.

3. Annex 4 is deleted.

4. Annex 6 is replaced by Annex 2 to this Order.

5. Annex 22 is replaced by Section 2.1. Thus:

'2.1. The program step 1 2 years, including the basic course. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 1 is 12 weeks. The program step 2 products for specialties locksmith, blacksmith (aluminum), forging (stainless) and energy technology 2 years and for the thesis welder 6 months. School Tuition for the thesis welder accounts for 8 weeks and for specialties locksmith, blacksmith (aluminum), forging (stainless) and energy technology 23 weeks. "
§ 2
This Decree shall enter into force on 15 July 2011.

Ministry of Education, February 23, 2011
PMV
Soren Hansen

Head of Department / Silvia Fernandez



Appendix 1

»Clothes Craftsman

1. The Aim and division

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

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

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

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

2. Duration and structure, etc.

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


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

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first perform a simple basic design and simple module development,
second operate and maintain the most used tool types in the clothing crafts including using simple sewing techniques, and planning and producing at least one apparel product
third perform simple basic designs from different worksheets and apply the training occurring computation and measurement methods
fourth perform simple work and model drawings by subject-related basic principles and proper terminology
fifth perform minor shaping or design tasks that require imagination and aesthetic sense and explain the relationship between form and function based on specific design examples
6th explain the elements and phases of the design process from idea to finished product as well as analyze and evaluate design features relative to the individual and collective needs and user views
7th describe the characteristics of styles with relevance to the fashion and lifestyle industry and
8th account for commonly occurring materials and their applications.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.6., Is that students can:
first use their language and communication skills in both academic and international situations in the company,
second exhibit occupational health and environmentally conscious behavior in the performance of all tasks within the program's job areas
third work team oriented and show understanding for external and internal customer service,
fourth perform duties for resource-conscious subject of keen quality standards
fifth demonstrate knowledge of the company's quality systems and production methods, including an understanding of globalization affect the company's operations
6th demonstrate innovative and creative skills in the performance of production preparation, production and production follow-up within the program's job areas
7th demonstrate knowledge of the discipline's current IT technology tools
8th make, ananlysere and document appropriate material technical, environmental and occupational health as well as economic factors
9th perform design and product development tasks within the industry materials and products
10th perform simple basic designs, model development and customization and manufacture production ready designs for textiles - and clothing products
11th perform general syoperationer / processing processes related to production and supply model taking into account the requirements of resource awareness and desired quality level
12th operate the relevant machinery and equipment in the industry's production areas
13th prepare materials and price calculation for a planned product
14th to plan, and execute process flows associated with conventional production preparatory and -opfølgende tasks within the chosen field of study,
15th apply and communicate using technical drawings for product documentation
16th show insight into and can participate in quality and- control
17th perform working drawings on relevant IT programs
18th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business,
19th work with development and product development, including locating and processing inspiration for new products
20th prepare presentations for apparel and textile products from an understanding of social conditions for garment design, including various human values ​​and needs
21st perform complicated basic designs, model development and make editing and producing production ready designs on textile - and clothing products
22nd plan, describe and perform normal farming preparatory tasks related to the design of clothing and textile products
23rd plan, describe and produce one or more clothing - or textile products and
24th use current craft and industrial techniques related to the production of one or more apparel items.

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

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


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

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

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

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

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

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

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

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

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

6.4. For the calculation of the final examination grade for both steps are weighted grade for the written report by 10 per cent., The grade for the practical test with 85 per cent. and the nature of the oral presentation by 5 per cent.

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

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

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

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



Appendix 2

»Industrial Operator

1. The Aim and division

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

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

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

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

2. Duration and structure, etc.


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

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

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first Participate in the work to untangle the factors that are necessary for the development of a given output,
second plan and execute simple production tasks and services,
third participate in production planning and participate in the preparation and implementation of industrial production,
fourth participate in preventive maintenance
fifth participate in locating errors in the repair tasks
6th cooperation on improving the efficiency of production,
7th participate in a team-based project work and
8th collect and record production data.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:
first Participate in team organized production and participate in project and development work together with other professionals
second monitor and operate industrial plants and machinery and preventive maintenance
third use engineering data and planning tools as the basis for production
fourth select and apply improvement tools, productivity enhancing activities in contexts of production,
fifth identify, locate and repair the fault and perform minor repair tasks
6th use quality management systems in connection with the daily production
7th apply the principles of warehousing and logistics and optimization of these,
8th participate in planning and streamlining of logistics flow through internal transport and storage tasks
9th communicate and report in applied IT systems related to industrial operator job functions
10th work in compliance with applicable environmental and safety regulations and of rules on hygiene,
11th work environment and energy conscious with tasks within the program's job areas with a focus on lowering the environmental impact locally and globally,
12th use Danish and foreign-language manuals and information technology professional knowledge search,
13th show economic and business understanding based on knowledge about the company's production and market conditions
14th perform manual and automatic assembly of subtopics to finished products,
15th undertake processing including shearing, cutting and drilling subtopics,
16th perform systematic testing and debugging in assembly,
17th perform various relevant joining in assembly,
18th use common measuring instruments in connection with installation, including calibration of tools and have a basic knowledge of electricity,
19th working with different materials, including steel, aluminum, wood, plastic or the like,
20th contribute to maintaining a safe environment for assembly tasks
21st read and use complex construction drawings and diagrams
22nd handle epoxy-containing components and work in accordance with applicable CE directives
23rd develop and implement activities to promote innovative processes in teams
24th plan and develop safety management within a team through analysis and evaluation of the area's problems
25th develop and implement activities within the working environment mapping and risk assessment
26th optimize logistics of the company through the use of Supply Chain Management (SCM)
27th combining TPM tools in maintenance mode for optimizing corporate resources
28th assess the quality of the company's quality systems
29th evaluate different production methods from an environmental and energy optimizing perspective
30th establish and maintain good communication between colleagues and managers and
31st select troubleshooting tools from various production management philosophies for improving activities of production methods.

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

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

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 23 to 31 apply to the specialization program in Industrial Operator - Productivity.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training


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

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

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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