Executive Order On Education In The Vocational Common Input Power, Control And Information Technology

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om uddannelserne i den erhvervsfaglige fællesindgang strøm, styring og it

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Overview (table of contents)



Annex 1



Automation and process training





Annex 2



Data and communication training





Annex 3



Electrician





Annex 4



Electronic and low voltage training





Annex 5



Electronics operator





Annex 6



Supply operator





Annex 7



Frontline pc-supporter





Annex 8



Frontline radio-tv-supporter





Annex 9



Process operator





Annex 10



Theatre, exhibition and event technician



The full text of the Executive order on education in the vocational common input power, control and information technology

Under section 4 (1) and (2) of the Act on vocational training, in accordance with article 3. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 171 of 2. March 2011, and section 4, paragraph 1, and article 7, paragraph 3, of law No. 578 of 1. June 2010 on Studio qualifying exam in connection with vocational education and training (eux), etc. shall be determined: § 1. The vocational common input power, management and it includes degree programs with function-and the competence of the communities within the following overall employment area: Installation, troubleshooting, testing, repair and maintenance of it systems and technical installations in connection with construction, housing and business.

§ 2. 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) Process operator, see. Annex 9.

10) Theatre, exhibition and event technician, see. Annex 10.

(2). For in paragraph 1, no. 10, said education is that restricted to school education for students without training agreement.

(3). Because the course can not be replaced by basic practical training in a company (new apprenticeship) in paragraph 1, no. 3 and 10, said education.

§ 3. The indicative duration of school education in the compulsory part of the curriculum is 20 weeks.

§ 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) select and use appropriate materials, components, tools, measuring instruments, equipment and machines to perform simple tasks in the field of professional education, entry 2) apply the technical documentation relevant to the entry training in connection with the execution of jobområdernes tasks , 3) perform his duties of safety and environmentally sound in accordance with existing rules, 4) demonstrate knowledge of the service term, customer psychology and the determining factors in relation to perform a good customer service, internal as well as external, 5) demonstrate knowledge of own role in business organizations, which are relevant to the entry's education programs, including cooperation with various professional groups, and to the importance of being flexible and perform quality assurance by own work in relation to entry courses , 6) perform structured troubleshooting on the relevant circuit under the guidance and solve individual tasks in the field of maintenance and operation and 7) demonstrate knowledge of work organisation and planning.

(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, 0.5 week.

2) information technology, level F.

(3). 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. The following training courses referred to in section 2 paragraph 1 may be carried out with the possibility of obtaining general study competence (eux-proof): 1) Automation and process training, electrician, electrician in electrical industry and electrician in the elevator industry.

2) Data and communication training, data technician specializing in infrastructure and programming respectively.

3) Electrician, specialities building automation, installation techniques, communication and command and control technique.

4) electronic and low voltage training, twiztid.

5) Process operator.

(2). Special rules for Education organised as eux-scenario set out in the annexes to the Decree.

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

Date of entry into force and transitional provisions



§ 7. The notice shall enter into force on the 15. July 2012.

(2). Executive Order No. 856 of 11. July 2011 for training in the vocational common input power, control and it should be repealed.

(3). The provisions in the notice referred to in paragraph 2 shall continue to apply for students who are starting on a training basic course or main course so that the student 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 children and education, 31 December. may 2012 P.M.V. E.B. Jørgen Elango_717 M/Dennis Lindberg L



Annex 1 Automation and process training 1. Training purposes and Division 1.1. Automation and process training have as overarching purpose to students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:

1. Installation, commissioning, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance tasks, including the operation and service performed on automated machines and plants, which use pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical, electronic and mechanical single components, including elevators, robot equipment, vision systems, and communication systems.

2. Installation, debugging, error correction, adjustment and maintenance tasks on the electromechanical installations, including windings for electric motors, generators, transformers and other electromechanical equipment and operation and service.

3. Operation and service of process plants, as well as adjustments and optimizations of the plant.

4. Repair and maintenance of machinery and production plants including mechanical repairs and opretninger.

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

1.3. Training includes step 1 automatic installer, level 3 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning, which is a step in all education specialties.

1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties (step 2), level 4 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning:

1. the electrician.

2. Automation Technician in electrical industry.

3. Automatism technician in the elevator industry.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1, automatic installer, lasts two years, including the basic cycle, of which school education make up 20 weeks in the main course. Education specialties (step 2) lasts two more years, of which school education make up 20 weeks for thesis electrician and 25 weeks of specialized courses in the electrical industry and electrician electrician in the elevator industry.

2.2. Education in the main process in step 1 can be divided into at least two school periods. For thesis electrician extended this with at least two school periods, and for specialized courses in the electrical industry and electrician electrician in elevator industry expanded this with at least three 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 the school education in the main sequence, is that students can:

1. participate in the construction and commissioning of a tunnel under the guidance as well as assisting in troubleshooting minor automatic installations which use controllers, based on PLC, relays or pneumatic components,

2. assist by operating and monitoring of an automated production facilities under the guidance and make changes on pneumatic controls,

3. propose simple mechanical topics under the guidance as well as mount and disassemble electro-mechanical components,

4. produce simple electro-windings under the guidance and mount and test a winding as well as troubleshoot and debug on development using measurement equipment,

5. to apply existing laws and rules, including power distribution notice when working with automatic machines and windings, including manufacture/customize the related documentation,

6. apply and maintain hand tools, measuring instruments, mechanical measurement tools and including perform mechanical and electrical measurements as well as assess measurement quality through calculations,

7. Select components, mounting and starting up a pneumatic control. In this context, the student can read the pneumatics documentation and comply with applicable safety requirements for work on compressed air installations and

8. work with language English, similar to the basic subject English, level F.

3.2. in order to commence the main course to eleven, in addition to those in section 3.1. mentioned competencies, also have implemented it by the Labour Inspectorate approved course "Personal safety when working with epoxy and isocyanates".

3.3. Basic gradient test must be passed.

4. Competences for main course


4.1. main objectives of the course, without prejudice to the competence. However, section 4.2. – 4.5., is that students can:

1. build, implement, maintain, troubleshoot and debug on controls,

2. implement, maintain, troubleshoot and calculate on the engines,

3. build, implement, maintain, troubleshoot and debug on automatic machines and installations containing PLC controls,

4. build, implement, maintain, troubleshoot and debug on automatic machines and installations containing hydraulic and pneumatic circuits,

5. work environmentally aware with all tasks in the field of education jobs, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,

6. build, implement, calibrate and optimize process plant,

7. build, implement, troubleshoot and debug complex PLC-controllers in the network, as well as process monitoring,

8. Debug and debug on electronic modules included in automatic machinery and plant

9. Mount, build, and implement complex automated machines and plants including perform maintenance and troubleshooting and debugging,

10. make design changes and including maintenance of documentation as well as provide instruction for users

11. manufacture and customize topics by working (with machinery and hand tools),

12. perform winding on motors, generators and transformers,

13. participate in the inspection and maintenance of lifts, escalators and moving walkways,

14. engage in change processes by optimizing and streamlining services and productions

15. read and use technical documentation on Danish and foreign languages and

16. demonstrate knowledge of the construction and operation of your own business.

4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-5, and no. 14 – 16, applies to all stages and specializations in undergraduate education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 6 – 10, applies to education specialty electrician.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 6-12, apply to training specialized electrician in electrical industry.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 6 – 10, and 13, apply for training specialized electrician in the elevator industry.

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. each step of training ends with a trial. The sample after a stage which is not only the final stage of training, must be sat by pupils who quit with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in training step 1, automatic installer, is organizing the school a final test, which consists of a practically-oriented project.

6.3. As part of the last school period in the specialities is organizing 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.

6.3.1. The final sample consists of the specialities of a debug test and a practical problem with oral examination. Assignments are made by the school after consultation with the Technical Committee.

6.3.1.1. Debug test includes systematic troubleshooting on industry-typical equipment with emphasis on system understanding and Systematics in the error-checking procedure. The devices, which are used in teaching, must be used. The task allocated by drawing lots. The censors are present throughout the test. The task must be solved within a duration of 20 minutes.

6.3.1.2. In the specialities are included besides the in section 6.3.1.1. mentioned troubleshooting try an oral examination of 20 minutes duration, which takes as its starting point an internship assignment, which includes construction, commissioning and project documentation of a machine plant. The work is carried out in collaboration between a maximum of four students. The task allocated by drawing lots. The task must be solved within a duration of 10 educational days. The oral test, which takes as its starting point the project documentation of the internship assignment, settled in dialogue between the teacher and each pupil. Pupil has 20-minute preparation time.

6.4. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have achieved an average of beståkarakter characters for all basic subjects in the main course. The student must also have achieved beståkarakter in each områdefag and specialefag. Any subjects which is not given in nature, must be conducted in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who complete the training with step 1, automatic installer, the test be passed.

6.6. For students who complete the training with a step 2 specialty, each of those in section 6.3.1.1. and 6.3.1.2. tests referred to be passed.

6.7. For students who complete the training with a step 2 specialty, each subsample in the journeyman's test be passed. The final svendeprøve character is obtained as an average of all delkaraktererne.

6.8. At the end of the 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.

6.9. For labour market training, implemented as specialefag or optional vocational high school, used the "pass/fail".

7. Eux-scenario 7.1. A eux-course includes all competences and subjects in the in clause 5 (1) (8). referred to education.

7.2. in addition, the following applies For eux-scenario:

1. The training lasts four years and six months including the basic process that lasts 40 weeks. School education in the main course items 68.4 weeks.

2. Main course is divided into at least four school periods alternating with at least four internship periods.

7.3. To begin on school education in main course students must meet the objectives of the following basic subjects:

1. Danish C.

2. Foreign language (English) C.

3. Physics (C).

4. Mathematics (C).

5. Social studies C.

6. Technology (C).

7.4. In the main course students must take the following subjects:

1. Danish (A), see. HTX-notice.

2. English (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

3. Physics (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

4. industrial technology (B) of the basic regulation. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

5. Chemistry (C) of the basic regulation. HF-single subject notice.

6. Mathematics (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

7. Teknikfag (B) – production and development, see. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

7.5. each student selects one of the following electives in the master course:

1. Mathematics A, see. HTX-notice.

2. German language C continues, see. the electives the notice.

7.6. In addition to the basic gradient sample and the samples referred to in section 6 applies the following requirements for samples of pupils at eux-gradients:

1. One sample of a basic subjects of the basic course after extraction among all pupils ' basic subjects with test.

2. Six samples of the main course after extraction among upper secondary subjects. If a student has taken the test in social studies (C) of the basic cycle, see. Nr. 1, reduced the number to five.

3. One major written assignment, see. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

4. One oral examination on the basis of a written thesis, see. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

7.6.1. In all secondary subjects are given final position characters that express the degree of the individual student's achievement of the objectives for professional knowledge, insights and method in the respective learning plan at the end of the course. Draw up an educational description for the individual subjects in accordance with the rules thereof in htx-notice.

7.6.2. The task after paragraph 7.6., nr. 3, and the project in accordance with paragraph 7.6., nr. 4 shall be drawn up in the last school period. Tests according to paragraph 7.6., nr. 2-4, will be held in time in accordance with the relevant secondary examination termin.

7.6.3. The project in accordance with paragraph 7.6., nr. 4 shall be drawn up in teknikfag (B) – production and development and at least one of the subjects from the area of vocational education and training-or specialefag after the student's choice. The project may also be prepared in a further subjects after the student's choice, if the pupil wants this. The project will be organised together with the professional training final try. The organisation can result in the pupil's final test takes place until six months before the agreement period ends.

7.7. The school's overall organisation of education shall ensure the synergy of competences, including courses, vocational training and secondary subjects in accordance with section 7.4., and the progression, as is provided in the formulation of the requirements for the content of the basic course and main course, see. section 7.3, 7.4. and paragraph 7.7.5. The distribution of the training time to be carried out in such a way that the subjects at A-level always ends to the appropriate secondary examination at the end of the course. termin

7.7.1. Educational time for secondary school subjects in accordance with section 7.4. and 7.5. laid down in the rules for the upper-secondary education, include the total teacher-led student activity at the school, that is. the time, students participate in various forms of teacher directed teaching and other activities, which are organized by the school to the accomplishment of the subject's purpose, including professional and methodological guidance. The term does not, however, cover the students ' preparation for teaching, the written work and the official tests. The school must know the Organization of teaching in secondary subjects, where during training hours included time for the holding of samples, make sure to include the necessary time to do so.


7.7.2. The scope of the written work in secondary subjects are stated in her training. Student time laid down in the rules for the upper-secondary education, is the expected time, an average student at that level need to draft a reply to the written assignments in the profession. Student time does not include internal tests.

7.7.3. The content of the individual upper secondary subjects are based on a specific duration, see. paragraph 7.7.1., however, by the concrete organisation of teaching should be shortened on the basis of completed basic subjects of the basic course and the skills that the students acquire from teaching in vocational training in addition to those in paragraph 7.7.5. specified hours, see. However, section 7.7.6. Student time, see. paragraph 7.7.2., be shortened proportionally.

7.7.4. Basic subjects specified in paragraph 7.3., included computationally with the same number of hours as the corresponding subjects after the secondary school curriculum.

7.7.5. Educational time specified in number of hours, respectively, before and after the shortening of the basic regulation. section 7.7.3., for subjects etc. at secondary level are:

Danish A (260/185).

English B (210/135).

Physics B (190/65) (for thesis electrician however, 190/90).

Industrial technology B (210/60) (for the thesis however, 210 electrician/85).

Chemistry C (75/75).

Mathematics B (285/100) (thesis for electrician, however, 285/125).

Social studies C (75/0) (read as basic subjects, see section 7.3.).

Teknikfag (B) – production and development (200/50) (thesis for electrician, however, 200/100).

Major writing task (25/25).

Thesis (25/15).

Electives:

Mathematics A (125/125).

German continues language C (75/75).

7.7.6. The pupil's optional specialefag must be picked could give the school grounds in order to shorten teaching in secondary subjects, with a further 50 hours, unless the student has chosen German language (C) continues as an elective, see. paragraph 7.7.5.



Annex 2 Data and communication studies 1. Training purposes and Division 1.1. Training for data and communication have as overarching purpose to students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:

1. Design, planning, construction/installation, configuration, administration, and maintenance of advanced server and network solutions, including the design and implementation of security solutions, as well as troubleshooting and debugging of system-and module level.

2. Structured working methods for the delivery of it services.

3. Programming technique and design, building and deploying database solutions.

4. Advanced program development of it systems and applications associated with the integration of security solutions.

5. Program development based on standardised programming and project management methods.

6. building, installing, configuring, testing, maintenance, upgrading, troubleshooting, and debugging of PCs, servers and networks with associated peripheral devices on the system-and module-level, and user customization and upgrade operating systems and applications.

7. Installation, installation, configuration, modification and debugging within the telecommunications technical area.

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

1.3. the Programme contains the following step 1, level 4 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning:

1. Telecommunications installation technician (step 1 of the thesis tele system technician).

2. It-supporter (step 1 of the thesis data technician specializing in infrastructure).

1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties:

1. The telecommunications system technician (step 2), level 4 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.

2. Data Engineer specializing in infrastructure (step 2), level 5 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.

3. Data Engineer specializing in programming, level 5 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training for telecommunications installation technician (step 1) lasts for three years, including the basic cycle, of which school education in the main course is 25 weeks. Training for thesis tele system technician (step 2) lasts another year, of which school education in main course constitutes 15 weeks. Training for it-supporter (step 1) lasts two years and six months, including the basic cycle, of which school education in the main course is 25 weeks. Training for data technician specializing in infrastructure (step 2) lasts for a further two years and six months, of which school education in main course constitute 30 weeks. Training for data technician specializing in goods five years, including basic programming course, of which school education in main course constitutes 55 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main process for telecommunications installation technician (step 1) and it-supporter (step 1) can be divided into at least three school periods. For the specialities tele system technician (step 2) and data technician specializing in infrastructure (step 2) extended this with at least three school periods. For thesis data technician specializing in programming is divided in the main course of school education in at least six 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 the school education in the main sequence, is that students can:

1. taking into account the ESD (Electro Static Discharge)-proper handling, make building, configuring, and testing of the computers at the module level, and may also upgrade computers at installation, replacement and configuration of internal units,

2. taking into account the ESD (Electro Static Discharge) handling correctly and with relevant measuring instruments and diagnostic applications, perform troubleshooting and debugging of computers to the module level, and can also perform functional testing using the relevant test programs and in accordance with relevant documentation,

3. install, configure, and upgrade a client operating system on a computer, and can also make debugging, as well as installation and configuration of drivers for internal and external entities

4. make the customisation of a client operating system, including the administration of local user groups and rights, as well as the configuration of the system in relation to the application in a Workgroup or Domain network and in relation to the remote and Virtual Private Network (VPN) access,

5. carry out installation of cables, connectors, switches, routers, etc. in a LAN (Local Area Network) network, including troubleshooting and debugging on the network in terms of localization and replacement of defective connector, and can apply his knowledge of troubleshooting methods, and on the practical use of tools such as multimeters and cable tester,

6. under the guidance and with the help of relevant tools, perform troubleshooting and debugging on a Local Area Network (LAN) network,

7. under the guidance work with implementation of security in a typical network environment-wide share-, file-and loginsikkerhed on a local computer and account security on a network and make installing antivirus software on computers,

8. produce small simple programs using a programming software, including applying knowledge of programming language and basic program structure and development,

9. in connection with work tasks within the data and communication area, apply professional and technical terms on both Danish and a relevant foreign languages, corresponding to the basic subject English level F and

10. in connection with work tasks within the data and communications, work with it and it tools, similar to the basic profession information technology, level E.

3.2. Basic gradient test must be passed.

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 installation and basic configuration of network devices and troubleshoot the network in connection with the construction and maintenance of local area networks,

2. participate in the design and building of small local area networks, including make installation and configuration of devices in a network,

3. instruct, advise and service users,

4. work taking into account proper ESD (Electro Static Discharge) and EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) handling and in accordance with the applicable safety and environmental rules,

5. engage in change processes by optimizing and streamlining of productions

6. carry out installation and configuration of connections and devices in a network, as well as troubleshooting on the network in connection with the construction and maintenance of local area networks with external connection,

7. install, upgrade, configure and deploy a server operating system, including any user and resource management, as well as installation and configuration of tools and security,

8. Design, install, configure, and upgrade a computer/server with associated hardware and software, including make debugging to module level,

9. install, upgrade, configure, manage and maintain network servers, and including make troubleshooting and debugging,

10. install and set up different kinds of backup,

11. plan, install, configure, maintain and manage mixed and advanced server solutions

12. Design, build, maintain and manage advanced and scalable networking solutions, and including make installation and configuration of devices, as well as apply advanced analysis and debugging tools

13. participate in the planning and setup of network-based backup solutions, and including make troubleshooting and debugging,

14. analyze security problems in a network, and including design, plan, deploy and set up security solutions on a network,


15. plan and build wireless networks, taking into account the full coverage and security,

16. participate in the design, installation, configuration and maintenance of IP telephony solutions

17. working from structured methods for delivery of it services,

18. manage local security and security policies on a network,

19. carry out structured application development and use, as well as guidance and debugningsværktøjer draw up documentation of programming solutions,

20. Design, develop and implement databases, including using its programming language,

21. to participate in preparation of requirement specifications,

22. use of technologies and tools for the development of systems for mobile devices,

23. develop script and minor programs using a scripting language

24. use a variety of programming languages and can including make advanced application development of it systems, standalone applications, client-server applications, distributed applications and web applications,

25. make programme development on embedded systems, and can use its development systems, including

26. application development using standardized programming methodologies,

27. programme develop under use of standardized project management methods,

28. Design, plan and develop programs which make use of a developing language related security tools, and can also develop application solutions, which includes the necessary security solutions in relation to a given task,

29. complete the installation and configuration of wireless networks, including setting up encryption and management approach to the network, taking into account the associated security issues,

30. develop and apply it to business related documentation, both in Danish and foreign languages,

31. participate in the design and building of local area networks with standard network components, including configuration and documentation thereof,

32. make customer installation of typical telecommunications products and additional installation parts, including troubleshoot installations,

33. implement service on products that contain analog and digital technology, including the use of measuring instruments,

34. describe the different communications networks overall structures and contexts, including various topologies and structures used in the telephone network, computer network, internet, etc.,

35. perform customer installation of different access types, including carrying out connection and testing of associated equipment,

36. assist on installation, configuration, commissioning, indmåling and debugging on transmission networks and associated equipment,

37. describe different current wireless technologies, including the devices and techniques used in this regard with, related security issues,

38. apply concepts around phone centralers basic functions, operation and facilities, including hardware-and softwarekonfigurering, and assist in setting up, testing and debugging on current products,

39. explain the digital central technique and hierarchy of the telephone network as well as subscription facilities and associated subscription data, and can also obtain knowledge of other current technologies, including assist by setting up and linking thereof,

40. explain the various technologies, access principles, protocols, and network devices, which are typically used in conjunction with connectivity to external networks, and can make setup and configuration thereof, as well as conducting structured troubleshooting by using the relevant tools,

41. carry out installation, setting up and linking relevant industry products, including troubleshooting and debugging on installations in accordance with the applicable rules, as well as a customer would come forward with suggestions,

42. spell out for leased lines, and can make the establishment and indmåling thereof, as well as provide information on alternative networks,

43. explain the different dissemination technologies, including the basic principles around data building, bit contexts, multiplexing and optical signals,

44. to plan and build wireless networks, taking into account the full coverage and security, as well as outline the most appropriate mobile and wireless bærenet in relation to the given application, including the tools and techniques offered in connection therewith,

45. spell out in the basic principles, architectures, standards and issues in IP (Internet Protocol)-based telephony, as well as designing, install, connect, set up and maintain smaller IP telephony solutions and

46. working test, troubleshoot and debug on the industry's equipment for module-and block-level, including the use of appropriate measurement equipment.

4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1-5, 17 and 30 applies to all stages and specializations in undergraduate education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 8, 31-39 and 46 apply to training step telecommunications installation technician.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 6-7 and 40-45, applies to training specialized telecommunications system technician.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 6-10, 23 and 29, applies to training step it-supporter.

4.6. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 11 – 16 and 18-22 apply to education specialty data technician specializing in infrastructure.

4.7. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 6-10 and 19-29, is true of education thesis data technician specializing in programming.

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. each step of training ends with a trial. The sample after a stage which is not only the final stage of training, must be sat by pupils who quit with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in the training school organises a final try. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.1. The final test for it-supporter, telecommunications installation technician and thesis tele system technician consists of a practical and an oral examination. The practical test shall consist of systematic troubleshooting to module level on industry-typical equipment with emphasis on system understanding and Systematics in the error-checking procedure. The devices, which are used in teaching, must be used. The task allocated by drawing lots.

6.2.1.1. The final test for it-supporter consists, in addition to the in section 6.2.1. test, referred to by an individual oral examination on the basis of a practical task. The work includes building, commissioning and project documentation of a corporate network. The task will be performed in collaboration between a maximum of four students. The task allocated by drawing lots. Task shall be drawn up within a duration of two weeks of instruction, while the oral test lasts 20 minutes including assessment. At the end of the each student delivers a product information.

6.2.1.2. The final test for telecommunications installation technician consists, in addition to the in section 6.2.1. test, referred to by an individual oral examination on the basis of a practical task, which includes building and project documentation of tele technical equipment for a facility. The task will be performed in collaboration between a maximum of four students. The task allocated by drawing lots. Task shall be drawn up within a duration of three training days, while the oral test lasts 20 minutes including assessment. At the end of the each student delivers a project documentation.

6.2.1.3. The final test for the thesis tele system technician consists, in addition to the in section 6.2.1. test, referred to by an individual oral examination on the basis of a practical task, which includes building and project documentation of tele technical equipment or a plant. The task will be performed in collaboration between a maximum of two students. The task allocated by drawing lots. Task shall be drawn up within a duration of three training days, while the oral test lasts 20 minutes including assessment. At the end of the each student delivers a project documentation.

6.2.2. The final test for data technician specializing in infrastructure and data technician specializing in programming consists of the solution of a project task and the oral presentation. The project builds on a project formulation, with associated requirements specification, which the student draws up on the basis of a project proposal with the case description, and the solution of the project consists in building a product based on requirements specification, as well as the preparation of a product and a process report. The product includes the building of an advanced system, which must comply with the requirements specification. The project report includes requirements specification, guide, product documentation and annex, and process report include problem formulation, project planning, event viewer and conclusion. The work is carried out in collaboration between a maximum of four students. The student selects the project task at the beginning of the last school period, and the project drawn up within a duration of four weeks of instruction. Upon completion students deliver product and process reports.


6.2.2.1. The oral presentation takes as its starting point the project task's product and related product and process report, where the emphasis is on the student's presentation and understanding of the project, as well as on the product lives up to the requirements specification. The devices, which are used in teaching, must be used. The presentation takes place as an individual oral examination, which lasts 20 minutes including assessment. In the total rating included the oral presentation by three quarters, and product and process the report with a fourth part.

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 basic subjects in the main course. The student must also have achieved in each area-beståkarakter and 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, the test as set out in section 6.2. be passed.

6.3.2. In the assessment of each of the tests mentioned in section 6.2.1.1 6.2.1.3 and section 6.2.2.1, gives-examiner and examiner after their deliberation on a single character.

6.3.3. the test is passed when the learner has achieved beståkarakter for each of the samples used in education. The final exam character obtained as an average of the grades for the samples used in the total sample, see. 6.2.1.1.-6.2.1.3 and 6.2.2.1.

6.3.4. the school shall submit information about eksamenskarakteren to the Technical Committee within a week of the test reporting.

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.

6.5. in the case of AMU-courses, which are implemented as optional specialefag or vocational high school, used the "pass/fail".

7. Eux-scenario 7.1. A eux-course includes all competences and subjects in the in clause 5 (1) (8). referred to education.

7.2. in addition, the following applies For eux-scenario:

1. Education lasts five years and six months including the basic process that lasts 40 weeks. School education in the main course items 87.4 weeks.

2. Main course is divided into at least five school periods alternating with at least five internship periods.

7.3. To begin on school education in main course students must meet the objectives of the following basic subjects:

1. Danish C.

2. Foreign language (English) C.

3. Physics (C).

4. Mathematics (C).

5. Social studies C.

6. Technology (C).

7.4. In the main course students must take the following subjects:

1. Danish (A), see. HTX-notice.

2. English (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

3. Physics (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

4. industrial technology (B) of the basic regulation. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

5. Information technology (B) of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

6. Chemistry (C), see. HF-single subject notice.

7. Mathematics (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

7.5. each student selects one of the following electives in the master course:

1. Mathematics A, see. HTX-notice.

2. Programming (C), of the basic regulation. the electives the notice.

7.6. In addition to the basic gradient sample and the samples referred to in section 6 applies the following requirements for samples of pupils at eux-gradients:

1. One sample of a basic subjects of the basic course after extraction among all pupils ' basic subjects with test.

2. Six samples of the main course after extraction among upper secondary subjects. If a student has taken the test in social studies (C) of the basic cycle, see. Nr. 1, reduced the number to five.

3. One major written assignment, see. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

4. One oral examination on the basis of a written thesis, see. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

7.6.1. In all secondary subjects are given final position characters that express the degree of the individual student's achievement of the objectives for professional knowledge, insights and method in the respective learning plan at the end of the course. Draw up an educational description for the individual subjects in accordance with the rules thereof in htx-notice.

7.6.2. The task after paragraph 7.6., nr. 3, and the project in accordance with paragraph 7.6., nr. 4 shall be drawn up in the last school period. Tests according to paragraph 7.6., nr. 2-4, will be held in time in accordance with the relevant secondary examination termin.

7.6.3. The project in accordance with paragraph 7.6., nr. 4 shall be drawn up in information technology (B) and at least one of the subjects from the area of vocational education and training-or specialefag after the student's choice. The project may also be prepared in a further subjects after the student's choice, if the pupil wants this. The project will be organised together with the professional training final try. The organisation can result in the pupil's final test takes place until six months before the agreement period ends.

7.7. The school's overall organisation of education shall ensure the synergy of competences, including courses, vocational training and secondary subjects in accordance with section 7.4., and the progression, as is provided in the formulation of the requirements for the content of the basic course and main course, see. section 7.3, 7.4. and paragraph 7.7.5. The distribution of the training time to be carried out in such a way that the subjects at A-level always ends to the appropriate secondary examination at the end of the course. termin

7.7.1. Educational time for secondary school subjects in accordance with section 7.4. and 7.5. laid down in the rules for the upper-secondary education, include the total teacher-led student activity at the school, that is. the time, students participate in various forms of teacher directed teaching and other activities, which are organized by the school to the accomplishment of the subject's purpose, including professional and methodological guidance. The term does not, however, cover the students ' preparation for teaching, the written work and the official tests. The school must know the Organization of teaching in secondary subjects, where during training hours included time for the holding of samples, make sure to include the necessary time to do so.

7.7.2. The scope of the written work in secondary subjects are stated in her training. Student time laid down in the rules for the upper-secondary education, is the expected time, an average student at that level need to draft a reply to the written assignments in the profession. Student time does not include internal tests.

7.7.3. The content of the individual upper secondary subjects are based on a specific duration, see. paragraph 7.7.1., however, by the concrete organisation of teaching should be shortened on the basis of completed basic subjects of the basic course and the skills that the students acquire from teaching in vocational training in addition to those in paragraph 7.7.5. specified hours, see. However, section 7.7.6. Student time, see. paragraph 7.7.2., be shortened proportionally.

7.7.4. Basic subjects specified in paragraph 7.3., included computationally with the same number of hours as the corresponding subjects after the secondary school curriculum.

7.7.5. Educational time specified in number of hours, respectively, before and after the shortening of the basic regulation. section 7.7.3., for subjects etc. at secondary level are:

Danish A (260/185).

English B (210/135).

Physics B (190/90).

Industrial technology B (210/85).

Information technology B (200/75).

Chemistry C (75/75).

Mathematics B (285/125).

Social studies C (75/0) (read as basic subjects, see section 7.3.).

Major writing task (25/25).

Thesis (25/15).

Electives:

Mathematics A (125/125).

Programming C (75/75).

7.7.6. The pupil's optional specialefag must be picked could give the school grounds in order to shorten teaching in secondary subjects, with a further 50 hours, unless the student has selected programming C as electives, see. paragraph 7.7.5.



Annex 3 Electrician 1. Training purposes and Division 1.1. Training for electrician have as overarching purpose to students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:

1. Installation, programming, commissioning, troubleshooting, and maintenance of electrical installations in dwellings, commercial and industrial.

2. Installation, programming, commissioning, troubleshooting and maintenance of automatic plants and associated networks in residential, commercial and industrial.

3. Installation, programming, commissioning and troubleshooting on the tele, data and security systems as well as associated networks in residential, commercial and industrial.

4. Connecting electrical installations to the grid.

5. Customer service and advice.

6. Safe working environment as well as electrical safety in the workplace and for end users.

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 specialties:

1. Building Automation, level 4 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.

2. Electrical fitter, level 3 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.

3. Installation technique, level 4 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.

4. Communications Technology, level 4 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.

5. Control-and regulation technology, level 4 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Education theses building automation and installation technique lasts four years, including the basic cycle, of which school education in main course constitutes 35 weeks. Education specialty electrical fitter goods two years and six months, including the basic cycle, of which school education in main course constitutes 19 weeks. Education specializations communication technique and control-and regulation technology lasts four years and six months, including the basic cycle, of which school education in the main course of 40 weeks.


2.2. Education in the main course of the specialities building automation, installation technology, communications technology and control-and regulation technology can be divided into four school periods. For the thesis el-fitter in the main course of school education is divided into two 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 the school education in the main sequence, is that students can:

1. perform strong and low voltage installations and tele-data installations in buildings handicraft properly under the guidance, including select and apply electrical equipment according to the manufacturer's recommendations, taking into account the electrical safety, the environment and safety at work,

2. perform less automatic plants under the guidance, including connect the 1-and 3-phase pottery, engines with different management principles and standard couplings, on the basis of knowledge of the most common mechanical control and feeling bodies, electro-mechanical relays and time relays,

3. use the documentation to perform minor tasks and draw simple technical relay circuit schematics and wiring diagrams, taking into account applicable laws and rules,

4. perform electrical technical calculations under the guidance, including the use of mathematical and electric technical fundamentals for calculation of voltage, current and power,

5. make connection to the electricity grid, in the light of the knowledge of the production, transmission and distribution of electrical energy and the distribution network building,

6. carry out inspection and testing before commissioning of electrical installation under the guidance, as well as carry out measurements on installations and circuits with different kinds of loads,

7. to apply existing laws and rules, including power distribution notice regarding light installations and installation of utility objects in homes,

8. use digital and analog circuits as well as logical components under the guidance and

9. providing security of persons, livestock and property against the dangers and damage, which may occur under normal use of electrical installations, including shock flows and high temperatures.

3.2. in order to commence the main course to eleven, in addition to those in section 4 of the said joint competences, together have achieved beståkarakter of the basic mathematics, level F. However, this does not apply for the thesis el-fitter.

3.3. Basic gradient test must be passed.

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. comply with applicable safety and health and safety regulations,

2. perform work on or near the voltage settle and live installations, installations and wiring closets, Tablet

3. optimize workflows, and deployment solutions through creativity and innovation, as well as obtain relevant information for the purpose of being an entrepreneur,

4. carry out electrical installation work, automatic plants and build smaller group and control panels in residential, commercial and industrial as well as connect utility objects in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations in relation to specialty choice and ensure that installation principles will be adhered to,

5. carry out quality assurance, including carrying out relevant measurements and use equipment correctly by inspection and testing, as well as establish and maintain documentation, user guides and maintenance plans,

6. perform soil compounds and relations as well as ensure potential equalization equalization in buildings and on automatic plants,

7. carry out systematic troubleshooting and maintenance and repair electrical and utility objects

8. perform cabling of tele-data networks and install wireless network in accordance with applicable standards, laws and regulations,

9. design of plug-, head-and group lines, the Group boards, lights and power installations as well as engine installations,

10. apply it to the job-related tasks,

11. advise and guide the users of the installation and the functioning of the

12. use of English language in job-related, societal, international and universal contexts,

13. perform less automatic plants, including connect the 1-and 3-phase pottery, engines with different management principles and standard couplings, on the basis of knowledge of the most common mechanical control and feeling bodies, electro-mechanical relays and time relays,

14. install, manage, and regulate and carry out service, troubleshooting and maintenance of lighting systems in homes, business and industry,

15. make connection on the grid,

16. advise on and carry out energy optimization in accordance with current energy requirements,

17. build, install, program, maintain and Troubleshoot automatic plants, including complete engine installations,

18. designing and calculating light installations which complies with the requirements for comfort, environment and energy,

19. install and program the centrally managed intelligent installations in residential, commercial and industrial,

20. perform network in housing for telecommunications, data, radio and tv,

21. build, install, program, implement, maintain, and Troubleshoot automatic installations on machines in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations,

22. execute and apply different types of command and control methods for electrical documentation and descriptions as well as troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of automatic plants,

23. make connection and calibration of the analog and digital transmitters and convert as well as make connection and optimization of electronic regulators,

24. carry out, implement, troubleshoot and maintain smaller hydraulic and pneumatic installations in accordance with the drawings and descriptions as well as maintain its technical documentation,

25. prepare and maintain electrical engineering documentation for automatic installations in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations,

26. make data acquisition and data processing and visualizing data from automatic plants and can set up data communication in relation to the interfaces between the administrative it system and the production plant

27. make building of electrical panels for automated installations as well as replacement of components for electrical engineering documentation,

28. make energy optimisation of automatic installations on machines

29. Design, build, debug, and repair of automatic plants,

30. perform installation of communication networks,

31. set up and configure data and communications systems and active components in residential, commercial and industrial for both single and multiple users in accordance with applicable rules and standards,

32. make measurements, tests and diagnosis on data and communications facilities as well as corresponding network according to the applicable regulations and standards,

33. make connection of data systems for external network/Wide Area Network (WAN)

34. install and set up security systems on data and communication networks,

35. configure and create users on the client server networks

36. use relevant programming languages by deploying data and communication networks,

37. Design and setup the UPS systems for data and communication systems (Uninterruptible Power Supply)

38. to install, program and configure Central and decentralized intelligent building installations (IBI) and the building's other network types,

39. on the IBI perform measurement, testing and troubleshooting,

40. build and carry out control, regulation and energy optimisation of ventilation, heating and refrigeration (HVAC-systems) using BEMS (Central State control and management),

41. make data acquisition and data processing as well as build graphical user interfaces on intelligent building installations and BEMS, including the use of relevant programming languages,

42. install, program and configure security, alarm and surveillance installations,

43. make system integration between CTS, CTS, security, alarm and monitoring as well as for BMS (Building Management System)

44. in connection with the operation, service and maintenance make energy optimisation of building automatic installations in relation to energy requirements,

45. carry out electrical installation work, including build smaller group and control panels in residential, commercial and industrial as well as connect utility objects in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations, as well as ensure that installation principles will be adhered to,

46. Mount and maintain less automatic plants and powerplant,

47. carry out relevant measurements and carry out quality assurance, including maintenance of documentation, user guides and maintenance plans in connection with inspection and testing of installations and professions,

48. install as well as carry out service, troubleshooting and maintenance of lighting systems in buildings,

49. comply with applicable safety and health and safety regulations,

50. perform soil compounds and relations as well as ensure potential equalization equalization in buildings,

51. under the guidance to perform troubleshooting and maintaining electrical installations,

52. perform wiring of communications networks in accordance with applicable standards, laws and regulations,

53. under the guidance design of lighting and power installations and professions as well as engine installations and

54. cooperation with colleagues and other professionals as well as organise own work.

4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1 – 3, applies to all education specialties.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1, nr. 4-13 and 38 – 44, applies to education specialty building automation.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 45 – 54, applies to education specialty electrical fitter.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 4 – 20, apply for education thesis installation technique.

4.6. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 4-13 and 30-37, applies to training specialized communication techniques.

4.7. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 4-13 and 21-29, applies to training specialized command and control technique.


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 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 done".

7. Eux-scenario 7.1. A eux-course includes all competences and subjects in the in clause 5 (1) (8). 3, said education.

7.2. in addition, the following applies For eux-scenario:

1. Training products for specialized courses building automation and installation technique for four years and seven months, including the basic process that lasts 39 weeks. The training lasts for the specialities of communication and command and control technique five years including the basic process that lasts 39 weeks. School education in the main course of the goods for the specialities building automation and installation technique 57.6 weeks. For the specialities of communication technique and control-and regulation technology products schools in main course 61.6 weeks.

2. Main course is divided into at least four school periods alternating with at least five internship periods.

7.3. To begin on school education in main course students must meet the objectives of the following basic subjects:

1. Danish C.

2. Foreign language (English) C.

3. Physics (C).

4. Information technology (C).

5. Chemistry (C).

6. Mathematics (C).

7. Social studies C.

7.4. In the main course students must take the following subjects:

1. Danish (A), see. HTX-notice.

2. English (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

3. Physics (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

4. Mathematics (B) of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

5. Teknikfag (A) – Construction and energy, electricity, see. HTX-notice.

7.5. each student selects one of the following electives in the master course:

1. Physics (A) of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

2. Mathematics A, see. HTX-notice.

7.6. In addition to the basic gradient sample and the samples referred to in section 6 applies the following requirements for samples of pupils at eux-gradients:

1. One sample of a basic subjects of the basic course after extraction among all pupils ' basic subjects with test.

2. Six samples of the main course after extraction among upper secondary subjects. If a student has taken the test in information technology (C), chemistry (C) or social studies (C) of the basic cycle, see. Nr. 1, reduced the number to five.

3. One major written assignment, see. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

4. One oral examination on the basis of a written thesis, see. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

7.6.1. In all secondary subjects are given final position characters that express the degree of the individual student's achievement of the objectives for professional knowledge, insights and method in the respective learning plan at the end of the course. Draw up an educational description for the individual subjects in accordance with the rules thereof in htx-notice.

7.6.2. The task after paragraph 7.6., nr. 3, and the project in accordance with paragraph 7.6., nr. 4 shall be drawn up in the last school period. Tests according to paragraph 7.6., nr. 2-4, will be held in time in accordance with the relevant secondary examination termin.

7.6.3. The project in accordance with paragraph 7.6., nr. 4 shall be drawn up in teknikfag A – Construction and energy, electricity and at least one of the subjects from the area of vocational education and training-or specialefag after the student's choice. The project may also be prepared in a further subjects after the student's choice, if the pupil wants this. The project can be organized together with the professional training final try. The organisation can result in the pupil's final test takes place until six months before the agreement period ends.

7.7. The school's overall organisation of education shall ensure the synergy of competences, including courses, vocational training and secondary subjects in accordance with section 7.4., and the progression, as is provided in the formulation of the requirements for the content of the basic course and main course, see. section 7.3, 7.4. and paragraph 7.7.5. The distribution of the training time to be carried out in such a way that the subjects at A-level always ends to the appropriate secondary examination at the end of the course. termin

7.7.1. Educational time for secondary school subjects in accordance with section 7.4. and 7.5. laid down in the rules for the upper-secondary education, include the total teacher-led student activity at the school, that is. the time, students participate in various forms of teacher directed teaching and other activities, which are organized by the school to the accomplishment of the subject's purpose, including professional and methodological guidance. The term does not, however, cover the students ' preparation for teaching, the written work and the official tests. The school must know the Organization of teaching in secondary subjects, where during training hours included time for the holding of samples, make sure to include the necessary time to do so.

7.7.2. The scope of the written work in secondary subjects are stated in her training. Student time laid down in the rules for the upper-secondary education, is the expected time, an average student at that level need to draft a reply to the written assignments in the profession. Student time does not include internal tests.

7.7.3. The content of the individual upper secondary subjects are based on a specific duration, see. paragraph 7.7.1., however, by the concrete organisation of teaching should be shortened on the basis of completed basic subjects of the basic course and the skills that the students acquire from teaching in vocational training in addition to those in paragraph 7.7.5. specified hours, see. However, section 7.7.6. Student time, see. paragraph 7.7.2., be shortened proportionally.

7.7.4. Basic subjects specified in paragraph 7.3., included computationally with the same number of hours as the corresponding subjects after the secondary school curriculum.

7.7.5. Educational time specified in number of hours, respectively, before and after the shortening of the basic regulation. section 7.7.3., for subjects etc. at secondary level are:

Danish A (260/185).

English B (210/135).

Physics B (190/75) (for the specialities of communication and command and control technique, however, 190/50).

Information technology C (75/0) (read as basic subjects, see section 7.3.).

Chemistry C (75/0) (read as basic subjects, see section 7.3.).

Mathematics B (285/120).

Social studies C (75/0) (read as basic subjects, see section 7.3.).

Teknikfag (A) – Construction and energy, El (295/125).

Major writing task (25/25).

Thesis (25/25).

Electives:

Physics A (125/125).

Mathematics A (125/125).

7.7.6. The pupil's optional specialefag must be picked could give the school grounds in order to shorten teaching in secondary subjects, with a further 50 hours.



Annex 4 electronic and low voltage training 1. Training purposes and Division 1.1. Training for electronics and weak power has the overall aim of the student through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:

1. Service, maintenance, repair and manufacture of consumer electronics.

2. Service, maintenance, repair and manufacture of industrial electronics.

3. Service, maintenance, repair and manufacture of medical devices and appliances.

4. building, testing and maintenance of electronics in production equipment.

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

1.3. Training includes step 1, twiztid, level 4 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning, which is a step in the specialities electronics development engineer and medicotekniker.


1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties, level 4 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning:

1. Electronics development engineer (step 2).

2. Medicotekniker (step 2).

3. Radio-tv-fagtekniker.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1, twiztid, and thesis radio-television fagtekniker lasts four years, including the basic cycle, of which school education in the main course of 40 weeks. The specialities electronics development engineer and medicotekniker items for more a year, of which school education constitutes 10 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course of twiztid (step 1) and thesis radio-television fagtekniker be divided into at least four school periods. For thesis electronics development engineer extended this with at least one school period. For the thesis medicotekniker extended this with at least two 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 the school education in the main sequence, is that students can:

1. solder and judge the quality of solder out from IPC standard class 1 and can including perform replacement of SMD/HMD components,

2. apply general and hot-air-based solder flasks for soldering/distribution,

3. demonstrate an understanding of the importance of really handling components, circuit boards and appliances on the basis of knowledge of ESD,

4. explain the digital technical fundamentals, number systems and circuits as well as check data on digital circuits, using measuring instruments,

5. demonstrate a basic knowledge of components and methods of measurement on electronic circuits and on that basis decide whether uncomplicated compound circuit has a satisfactory function,

6. operate and use of measuring instruments, including tone generator, Multimeter, voltage supply and oscilloscope, and use PC-based test systems,

7. explain and perform simple calculations on basic AC and DC electronic and electrical circuits within the industry, including the use of Ohm's law, power formula, combinations of resistors in series and parallel, in series and parallel capacitors and coils in series and parallel,

8. perform troubleshooting at the module level, using hand tools, block, and detail diagrams, measuring instruments, as well as other relevant technical documentation in Danish and English,

9. observe the General safety rules in connection with work tasks in electronics appliances and electronics systems,

10. make settings of switches, routers, etc. in a LAN (Local Area Network) network, and can use his basic knowledge of LAN-related network concepts, models, components and protocols, as well as on WAN-based networks, it security and WLAN,

11. perform physical troubleshooting and debugging on the network in terms of localization and replacement of defective Plug and can apply his knowledge of troubleshooting methods and practical use of tools such as multimeters and cable tester,

12. under the guidance and with the help of relevant tools perform troubleshooting and debugging on a local area network and

13. work with language English, similar to the basic subject English, level F.

3.2. in order to commence the main course to eleven, in addition to those in section 3.1. mentioned competencies, also have implemented it by the Labour Inspectorate approved course "Personal safety when working with epoxy and isocyanates".

3.3. Basic gradient test must be passed.

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. connect, connect, and control apparatus, systems and installations, which can contain analog, RF, digital and mikrocomputerteknik,

2. perform simple troubleshooting and error correction tasks at the module and component level in the apparatus, systems and installations, which can contain analog, RF, digital and mikrocomputerteknik,

3. Select and apply measurement instruments, including computer-controlled measuring equipment for checking and debugging on apparatus, systems and installations, which can contain analog, RF, digital and mikrocomputerteknik,

4. apply technical documentation on Danish and relevant foreign language in connection with work on the apparatus, systems and installations, which can contain analog, RF, digital and mikrocomputerteknik,

5. use of information technologies for the provision of manuals, technical documentation and technical information relating to the work tasks on the apparatus, systems and installations, which can contain analog, RF, digital and mikrocomputerteknik,

6. demonstrate knowledge of the construction and operation of a business,

7. received in change processes by optimizing and streamlining of productions

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

9. perform complex troubleshooting and error correction tasks at the module and component level in the electronics industry's apparatus, systems and installations, which can contain analog, RF, digital and mikrocomputerteknik, as well as medical technology,

10. carry out the building and testing of electronics industry's apparatus, systems and installations,

11. perform the construction of manual and automatic test systems

12. perform preventive maintenance, modification and calibration of the electronics industry's apparatus, systems and installations as well as produce supporting evidence,

13. use pc-equipment and test programs in connection with measuring, Diagnostics and evaluation of error on the electronics industry's apparatus, systems and installations,

14. carry out the test, troubleshooting and remediation tasks in electronics on production equipment and test equipment,

15. participate in technical development tasks in connection with the manufacture and construction of the electronics industry's apparatus, systems and installations,

16. provide guidance on the installation and use of the apparatus, systems and installations based on clients ' and users ' wants and needs,

17. perform complex troubleshooting and error correction tasks at the module and component level in the entertainment electronics including apparatus, systems and installations, which can contain analog, RF, digital and mikrocomputerteknik,

18. use of test equipment and test programs in connection with the diagnosis of errors on entertainment electronics including apparatus, systems and installations,

19. evaluate repair options and provide guidance on the most economically advantageous repair based on the customer's wishes and expectations,

20. provide guidance on the installation and use of entertainment electronics including apparatus, systems and installations based on the customer's wishes and expectations,

21. take care of patient safety in the medicotekniske work including perform security tests according to current safety standards and clinical testing of appliances

22. apply general knowledge of Anatomy, Physiology and pathology and hospital hygiene during the execution of medicotekniske tasks

23. apply knowledge about the interaction between the patient and the equipment, the medicotekniske clinical practical application of medical devices as well as the principles behind the function and use of different medical devices within the vital parameters, imaging systems, ionizing radiation, life support technique, gastroentologi/endoscopy, electrophysiology, electrocardiography, telemetry and anesthesia,

24. perform appliance technical tasks on the basis of knowledge of the apparatus construction, features, measurement methodologies, maintenance Planner, methodology, resource management and quality assurance in accordance with the applicable laws, regulations and standards in the medicotekniske area of expertise,

25. apply a basic knowledge of Clinical Informatics including knowledge about using various forms of information technology in the health sector,

26. apply knowledge of research and development in the medicotekniske work including knowledge of randomized clinical studies, epidemiological research and qualitative research,

27. contribute to the training of other staff groups in the health sector in the medicotekniske area on the basis of knowledge of communication and dissemination, and the preparation of teaching material,

28. apply knowledge of hospital service operation, tasks and functions in the medicotekniske work including rules on confidentiality and ethical rules,

29. the technical service shall carry out tasks on networked medical devices on the basis of knowledge of network technologies,

30. perform calculation and construction tasks in connection with the development and modification of electronics circuits,

31. build mockups and prototypes in collaboration with engineers in the Development Department,

32. draw up the required technical documentation in connection with participation in development projects,

33. perform complex measurement and testing tasks in connection with the development of electronics,

34. developing software for use in electronics and test equipment using standard development tools,

35. expound print using PC-based development tools,

36. participate in the development, construction and commissioning of production equipment and test equipment/systems in electronics productions

37. participate in quality development and quality assurance of electronics production and

38. participate in the development of productivity and optimization in electronics production.

4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1 – 8, applies to all stages and specializations in undergraduate education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 9 – 16, apply for step 1, twiztid.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 9 – 16 and nr. 30 – 38, applies to the thesis electronics development engineer.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 9 – 16 and nr. 21 – 29, applies to the thesis medicotekniker.

4.6. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 17 – 20, apply for thesis radio-tv-fagtekniker.


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. each step of training ends with a try in the last school period. The sample after step 1, which is not the final stage of training, foreseen by all pupils. The sample represents a journeyman's test. Assignments are made by the school after consultation with the Technical Committee. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.1.1. The final test for step 1, twiztid and thesis radio-tv-fagtekniker consists of a practical test and an oral test.

6.1.2. The practical test includes systematic troubleshooting on industry-typical equipment with emphasis on system understanding and Systematics in the error-checking procedure. The devices, which are used in teaching, must be used. The task allocated by drawing lots. The censors are present throughout the test. The task must be solved within a duration of 20 minutes.

6.1.3. The oral test includes circuit diagram analysis, understanding and system understanding. The devices, which are used in teaching, must be used. The task allocated by drawing lots. The oral test lasts 20 minutes with a preparation time of 20 minutes. The test may, by agreement between the school and the Technical Committee held over a topic that has been worked as a project-oriented education in the last school period. The school must inform the censors before the exam (journeymen sample) if the sample is held over a particular subject.

6.2. The final test for the thesis electronics development engineer consists of a project task with two project proposal with the oral exam. Project presentations will describe the relevant problem within electronics production as well as construction and development, respectively, which the student must work with in teaching and documenting in an overall project report. Project presentations will be designed by the student and must be approved by the school. Project duration is one week. The project is assessed by an oral exam on the basis of the overall project report. The oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment. Censor must be present during the entire exam. Given a single character for the project report and the oral presentation.

6.3. The final test for the thesis medicotekniker consists of a project task with a project proposal with the oral exam. The project paper describes a relevant medical problem, which the student must work with and document in a project report. Project concept paper developed by the student and must be approved by the school. Project duration is two weeks. The project is assessed by an oral exam on the basis of the project report. The oral examination lasts for 30 minutes including assessment. Censor must be present during the entire exam. Given a single character for the project report and the oral presentation.

6.4. 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 in the main course. The student must also have achieved beståkarakter in each områdefag and specialefag. Any subjects which is not given in nature, must be conducted in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who complete the training with step 1, twiztid, thesis electronics development engineer, medicotekniker or radio-television fagtekniker, each subsample in the journeyman's test be passed. The final svendeprøve character obtained as an average of the grades from the subsamples.

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

6.7. For AMU-courses, which are implemented as optional specialefag or vocational high school, used the "pass/fail".

7. Eux-scenario 7.1. A eux-course includes all competences and subjects within the meaning of § 5 (1) (8). 4, referred to training.

7.2. in addition, the following applies For eux-scenario:

1. The training lasts four years and six months including the basic process that lasts 40 weeks. School education in the main course items 72.4 weeks.

2. Main course is divided into at least four school periods alternating with at least four internship periods.

7.3. To begin on school education in main course students must meet the objectives of the following basic subjects:

1. Danish C.

2. Foreign language (English) C.

3. Physics (C).

4. Mathematics (C).

5. Social studies C.

6. Technology (C).

7.4. In the main course students must take the following subjects:

1. Danish (A), see. HTX-notice.

2. English (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

3. Physics (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

4. industrial technology (B) of the basic regulation. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

5. Chemistry (C) of the basic regulation. HF-single subject notice.

6. Mathematics (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

7. Teknikfag (B) – production and development, see. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

7.5. each student selects one of the following electives in the master course:

1. Mathematics A, see. HTX-notice.

2. German language C continues, see. the electives the notice.

7.6. In addition to the basic gradient sample and the samples referred to in section 6 applies the following requirements for samples of pupils at eux-gradients:

1. One sample of a basic subjects of the basic course after extraction among all pupils ' basic subjects with test.

2. Six samples of the main course after extraction among upper secondary subjects. If a student has taken the test in social studies (C) of the basic cycle, see. Nr. 1, reduced the number to five.

3. One major written assignment, see. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

4. One oral examination on the basis of a written thesis, see. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

7.6.1. In all secondary subjects are given final position characters that express the degree of the individual student's achievement of the objectives for professional knowledge, insights and method in the respective learning plan at the end of the course. Draw up an educational description for the individual subjects in accordance with the rules thereof in htx-notice.

7.6.2. The task after paragraph 7.6., nr. 3, and the project in accordance with paragraph 7.6., nr. 4 shall be drawn up in the last school period. Tests according to paragraph 7.6., nr. 2-4, will be held in time in accordance with the relevant secondary examination termin.

7.6.3. The project in accordance with paragraph 7.6., nr. 4 shall be drawn up in teknikfag (B) – production and development and at least one of the subjects from the area of vocational education and training-or specialefag after the student's choice. The project may also be prepared in a further subjects after the student's choice, if the pupil wants this. The project will be organised together with the professional training final try. The organisation can result in the pupil's final test takes place until six months before the agreement period ends.

7.7. The school's overall organisation of education shall ensure the synergy of competences, including courses, vocational training and secondary subjects in accordance with section 7.4., and the progression, as is provided in the formulation of the requirements for the content of the basic course and main course, see. section 7.3, 7.4. and paragraph 7.7.5. The distribution of the training time to be carried out in such a way that the subjects at A-level always ends to the appropriate secondary examination at the end of the course. termin

7.7.1. Educational time for secondary school subjects in accordance with section 7.4. and 7.5. laid down in the rules for the upper-secondary education, include the total teacher-led student activity at the school, that is. the time, students participate in various forms of teacher directed teaching and other activities, which are organized by the school to the accomplishment of the subject's purpose, including professional and methodological guidance. The term does not, however, cover the students ' preparation for teaching, the written work and the official tests. The school must know the Organization of teaching in secondary subjects, where during training hours included time for the holding of samples, make sure to include the necessary time to do so.

7.7.2. The scope of the written work in secondary subjects are stated in her training. Student time laid down in the rules for the upper-secondary education, is the expected time, an average student at that level need to draft a reply to the written assignments in the profession. Student time does not include internal tests.

7.7.3. The content of the individual upper secondary subjects are based on a specific duration, see. paragraph 7.7.1., however, by the concrete organisation of teaching should be shortened on the basis of completed basic subjects of the basic course and the skills that the students acquire from teaching in vocational training in addition to those in paragraph 7.7.5. specified hours, see. However, section 7.7.6. Student time, see. paragraph 7.7.2., be shortened proportionally.

7.7.4. Basic subjects specified in paragraph 7.3., included computationally with the same number of hours as the corresponding subjects after the secondary school curriculum.

7.7.5. Educational time specified in number of hours, respectively, before and after the shortening of the basic regulation. section 7.7.3., for subjects etc. at secondary level are:

Danish A (260/185).

English B (210/135).

Physics B (190/90).

Industrial technology B (210/85).

Chemistry C (75/75).

Mathematics B (285/125).

Social studies C (75/0) (read as basic subjects, see section 7.3.).

Teknikfag (B) – production and development (200/100).

Major writing task (25/25).

Thesis (25/15).

Electives:

Mathematics A (125/125).

German continues language C (75/75).


7.7.6. The pupil's optional specialefag must be picked could give the school grounds in order to shorten teaching in secondary subjects, with a further 50 hours, unless the student has chosen German language (C) continues as an elective, see. paragraph 7.7.5.



Annex 5 Electronics operator 1. Training purposes 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, level 3 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts two 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 two 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 the training school organises 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 test shall consist of a written test, a project task and a practical task. The final tested content is organised by the school in consultation with the Technical Committee.

6.1.2. The written test are solved within a duration of two clock hours and consists of a number of written questions within the education targets in områdefag and specialefag. During the answer session must have own notes, student handbooks and similar material is available.

6.1.3. The project takes as its starting point in a practical problem in an enterprise production and drawn up in training last internship period. The student chooses the topic for the project task under the guidance from the school. The school must approve the chosen topic before the task starts.

6.1.4. The practical problem solved within a duration of eight clock hours. The pupil shall draw up a practical task within one or both of the core areas of training, manual and auto-electronics production, on the basis of training competences. The practical task prepared 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.

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

6.1.6. The nature of the final sample is obtained as an average of the grades for the three subsamples, where the written test, project task two watchman a watchman, and the practical task of the watchman seven.

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 the field of education.



Annex 6 Supply operator 1. Training purposes and Division 1.1. Training to supply operator has the overall aim of students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills in the field of electric power distribution and distribution of communication using cable connections.

1.2. The training is completed with the thesis Supply operator, level 3 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training to supply goods in two years, including the basic operator course, of which school education in main course constitutes 17 weeks.

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

1. assist in Setup, Assembly and maintenance of distribution facilities during the application of existing norms and standards in the field of supply,

2. participate in the dismantling of decommissioned installations within the supply sector,

3. cooperation with others about vidensøgning, planning, construction and export of simple construction tasks within the supply and

4. obtain and apply existing relevant safety rules for utilities.

3.2. Basic gradient test must be passed.

4. Competences for main course 4.1. Competence objectives for the main course is that students can:

1. engage in team organized work and participate in the project and development work together with other professionals,

2. communicate professionally on all levels of the company,

3. work quality conscious and demonstrate knowledge of quality management systems,

4. demonstrate innovative competencies at work in the field of education job areas,


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

6. demonstrate understanding of globalisation influence on company's tasks,

7. work under the Executive order, rules for low-voltage power distribution Work Under voltage (LAUS) and rules for security kvalitetsstyring (SKS),

8. work on the high-voltage plants, medium voltage installations and low-voltage supply installations, in compliance with the applicable safety regulations,

9. apply various forms of surveillance equipment in transformer stations,

10. monitor and operate the utility and perform preventive maintenance on the grid,

11. total dismantling of decommissioned installations including el-master, transformer stations and street lighting,

12. perform the splicing techniques on the supply cables,

13. connect the high-voltage switchgear and transformers, including press, assemble and finish the supply cables in accordance with the applicable safety regulations,

14. establish security of electricity installations and street lighting,

15. establish electricity distribution plants through the closet and make installation of the cables in the cable community,

16. perform splicing, installation and debugging on fiber cables for broadband,

17. use the documentation to perform minor tasks and draw simple technical relay wiring diagrams on utility

18. troubleshooting, debugging and maintenance tasks on the electricity distribution plants including driving truck mounted crane (D certificate) and

19. carry out overhauls of installations for the management of street lighting.

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 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 shall consist of a written test, a practical test and an oral test. The devices, which are used in teaching, must be used.

6.1.2. The written examination consists of a number of written questions in basic subjects and områdefag and has a duration of two clock hours.

6.1.3. The practical test shall consist of a training task carried out in the context of school education and have a duration of 80 clock hours.

6.1.4. The oral test takes as its starting point the practical task solving and documentation. The oral test has a duration of 30 minutes including assessment.

6.2. For the issue of the school certificate, eleven have achieved beståkarakter as the 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. upon completion 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.

6.4. Training certificate 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 test, which has half the weight, and the average score for the practical and the oral trial, which have weight two.

6.5. in the case of AMU-courses, which are implemented as optional specialefag or vocational high school used the "pass/fail".



Annex 7 frontline pc-supporter 1. Training purposes and Division 1.1. Training for frontline PC supporterhar as overarching purpose to students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:

1. Provision of service and support across from customers and users as well as instruction and guidance in the use of products and systems.

2. The design, installation, configuration, maintenance and upgrading of computers and networks on the system-and module level.

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

1.3. The training is completed with the thesis frontline PC-supporter, level 3 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts two years, including the basic cycle, of which school education in the main course is 20 weeks.

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

1. build and configure computers on the module level pursuant to relevant product documentation and upgrade computers at installation, replacement and configuration of devices and perform the work, taking into account the ESD (Electro Static Discharge), that is to say, the correct handling of devices and printed circuit boards,

2. troubleshooting and debugging of computers to the module level using measuring instruments and diagnostic applications, and perform functional testing of computers by means of test programs

3. make building, configuring, and testing of the computers at the module level, upgrade computers at installation, replacement and configuration of internal devices, troubleshooting and debugging of computers to the module level using the relevant measuring instruments and diagnostic programs and perform functional testing of computers using appropriate test programmes in connection with PC-technique in accordance with the relevant documentation such as product manual and taking into account the ESD-proper handling ,

4. perform the installation and configuration of drivers for internal and external devices as well as by user/clientoperativsystemer on computers, including individual adaptation and management of local user groups and privileges, and perform configuration in relation to the application in a workgroup or Domain network and in relation to remote access, including Remote Access and Virtual Private Network (VPN), in connection with user-/clientoperativsystemer,

5. perform the installation of cables, connectors, switch, router, etc. in a Local Area Network (LAN) and troubleshooting and debugging on a local area network based on knowledge of troubleshooting techniques and with the use of tools, including multi meter and cable tester, as well as locate and replace defective plugs for data communication,

6. work in troubleshooting and maintenance of a Local Area Network (LAN) under the guidance and with the help of relevant tools,

7. work with implementation of security typically used in network environments containing Shares-, file-and loginsikkerhed on the local computer/network under the guidance, as well as make installing antivirus software on computers,

8. apply professional and technical terms on both Danish and relevant foreign languages, corresponding to the basic subject English, level F, in connection with the execution of tasks in the field of data and communication and

9. manufacture small simple programs using a programming software based on knowledge of the programming language and basic program structure and development.

3.2. Basic gradient test must be passed.

4. Competences for main course 4.1. Competence objectives for the main course is that students can:

1. Design, install and configure the computers as well as upgrade and optimize systems,

2. install and configure network devices and troubleshoot the network in connection with the construction and maintenance of local area networks,

3. conduct telephone and personal sales of relevant industry products, including advising and guiding the customer choice of product,

4. compute the standard offerings, develop sales and quotation letters as well as explain the warranty and service arrangements, including trade declarations and complaints,

5. advise, guide, instruct and provide customer support in the application of relevant industry products,

6. maintain, troubleshoot and debug the system and module level on local area networks and computer equipment,

7. organize and perform tasks independently and in collaboration with others and

8. demonstrate knowledge of the construction and operation of your own business.

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 rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.1.1. The final sample consists of a practical test and a final caseopgave with an oral examination.

6.1.1.1. The practical test shall consist of systematic troubleshooting to module level on industry-typical equipment with emphasis on system understanding and Systematics in the error-checking procedure. The devices, which are used in teaching, must be used. The task allocated by drawing lots. The task will be performed within a duration of 20 minutes. Censoren is present during the test.


6.1.1.2. Caseopgaven consists of an industry typically task and an oral examination. In the industry-typical task, students out from the customer would prepare a written material containing analysis and design documentation. The task will be performed in collaboration between a maximum of four students. The individual pupil's contribution to the task must be able to be identified. The task will be assigned by lot and usually lasts 37 clock hours. The oral test will be based on the written work in the practical test and caseopgaven and lasts 20 minutes including assessment.

6.2. Provided a single character listed in 6.1.1. tests referred to.

6.3. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have achieved an average of beståkarakter characters for all basic subjects in the main course. The student must also achieve beståkarakter in each områdefag and 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, the final test 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.

6.6. For AMU-courses, which are implemented as optional specialefag or vocational high school, used the "pass/fail".



Annex 8 frontline radio-tv-supporter 1. Training purposes and Division 1.1. Training to frontline radio-tv-supporter have as overarching purpose to students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:

1. Granting of service customers and users as well as instruction and guidance in the use of products and systems.

2. Installation, configuration and control of products, as well as troubleshooting and debugging of module and system level.

1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives laid down in the programme.

1.3. The training is completed with the thesis frontline radio-tv-supporter, level 3 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts two years, including the basic cycle, of which school education in the main course is 20 weeks.

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

1. Mount, solder and check the components according to standards used in the industry,

2. understand the importance of real handling of components, circuit boards and appliances on the basis of knowledge of ESD,

3. explain the digital technical fundamentals, number systems and circuits as well as check data on digital circuits, using measuring instruments,

4. demonstrate a basic knowledge of the components and measuring methods and on this basis decide whether uncomplicated compound circuit has a satisfactory function,

5. operate and use of measuring instruments, including tone generator, Multimeter, voltage supply and oscilloscope, and use PC-based test systems,

6. explain and perform simple calculations on basic electronic and electrical circuits within the industry,

7. perform troubleshooting on the module level using block-and detail diagrams, measuring instruments and relevant technical documentation in Danish and English, similar to the basic subject English, level F,

8. demonstrate a basic knowledge of networking including knowledge of routers, switches, firewalls and it security, as well as – Local Area Network (LAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN) and

9. work with language English, similar to the basic subject English, level F.

3.2. Students must also have completed it by the Labour Inspectorate approved course "Personal safety when working with epoxy and isocyanates".

3.3. Basic gradient test must be passed.

4. Competences for main course 4.1. Competence objectives for the main course is that students can:

1. debug, modify, update and interconnect products on the module and unit level,

2. configure and update products and systems,

3. troubleshoot and debug on products that contain communication technique

4. provide customer service about the purchase of products,

5. provide guidance and advice on the use and setup of products,

6. make setup and installation of antenna and satellite dish installations

7. install, replace and configure on media systems for module and unit level including pc solutions,

8. carry out replacement, modification and repair of products for system, module and unit level,

9. troubleshoot, repair, test and verify antenna and satellite dish installations

10. troubleshoot, repair, test and verify media systems for module and unit level, including pc solutions,

11. organize and perform tasks independently and in collaboration with others and

12. demonstrate knowledge of the construction and operation of your own business.

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 term the school organises a final try. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in the vocational training shall apply.

6.1.1. The final sample consists of a practical test and a final caseopgave with an oral exam. The practical test and caseopgaven made by the school after consultation with the Technical Committee.

6.1.2. The practical test shall consist of systematic troubleshooting to module level on industry-typical equipment with emphasis on system understanding and Systematics in the error-checking procedure. The devices, which are used in teaching, must be used. The task allocated by drawing lots. Censoren is present during the test, which resolved within a duration of 20 minutes.

6.1.3. Caseopgaven consists of a written task and an oral examination. The written task basis in various technical and/or customer-service casesituationer, which describes how situations are handled. The task will be performed in collaboration between a maximum of four students. The individual pupil's contribution to the written material must be able to be identified. The task will be assigned by lot and lasts 37 Bell timer. The oral test will be based on the written work and lasts 20 minutes including assessment. Censor is present throughout the test.

6.2. For students who complete the training, the practical test and caseopgaven be passed, without prejudice. section 6.1.1. The final sample character obtained as an average of these two.

6.3. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have achieved an average of beståkarakter characters for all basic subjects in the main course. The student must also have obtained at least beståkarakter in each områdefag and specialefag. Any subjects which is not given in nature, must be conducted in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.4. By the end 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.

6.5. in the case of AMU-courses, which are implemented as optional specialefag or vocational high school used the "pass/fail".



Annex 9 Process operator 1. Training purposes and Division 1.1. Process operator training has the overall aim of students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:

1. Management and monitoring of process plant.

2. Energy and environment.

3. Production management and business economics.

4. Work organisation in the field of industrial production.

5. Troubleshooting, error correction and maintenance tasks.

6. Sampling and analyses.

7. Security and working environment.

8. planning and execution of production tasks and other tasks and projects related to the production, including production preparation, production improvements, as well as cleaning of production equipment.

9. Communication, reporting, and technical documentation.

1.2. The learner must achieve the training objectives within a set of training steps.

1.3. Training includes the following steps:

1. Process works, level 3 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning.

2. Process operator, level 4 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning. 1.4. The training is completed with the thesis: Process operator.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. step 1 lasts two years of training, including curriculum, of which school education make up the 12 weeks in the main course. Training step 2 items for two more years, of which school education constitutes 23 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main gradient step 1 contains at least one school period and two internship periods. For step 2 extended this with at least two 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 the school education in the main sequence, is that students can:

1. work with simple command and control techniques in the process industry,

2. participate in the operation of process plants based on his knowledge of at least five different unit operations,

3. collect and record production data,

4. participate in troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of process plants, as well as the use of simple hand tools and measuring instruments and

5. contribute actively in job-related project work.

4. Competences for main course


4.1. main objectives of the course, without prejudice to the competence. However, section 4.2. – 4.3., is that students can:

1. monitor production through management, control, and surveillance systems, as well as sample and intervene by variances in the production,

2. operate the simple tasks by manually, automated and computer-controlled production equipment in accordance with the regulations and provisions in force,

3. perform maintenance of production equipment in cooperation with other professional groups,

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

5. work in compliance with the applicable environmental and safety provisions and rules for hygiene,

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

7. preparing for production start-up, intervene by production variances, implement the stop, as well as perform the restart of production at processing plants,

8. Mount the equipment and systems for the management, regulation and monitoring of process plants,

9. perform troubleshooting and repair in cooperation with internal and external service people and repairers,

10. carry out analysis of chemical and physical processes and translate it into action in the production process,

11. develop and apply technical documentation,

12. use IT for control, regulation and monitoring of process plants,

13. communicate and report related to process the operator's job functions

14. connect and supply facilities in boot production as well as carry out operation of and production on supply-installations,

15. demonstrate innovative competencies around optimization, testing, development, renovation and start-up of production and processing systems,

16. use of foreign-language manuals and information technology tools for professional vidensøgning in databases and dictionaries and

17. show business understanding with respect to the establishment and operation of enterprise based on knowledge of process industry's production and market conditions.

4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1 – 5, applies to all stages of education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 6 – 17, 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 laid down in the Ordinance on vocational education and training.

6. evaluation and evidence, etc.

6.1. each step of training ends with a trial. The sample after a stage which is not only the final stage of training, must be sat by pupils who quit with that step. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2. As part of the last school period in training step 1, process work, the school holds a final try. The test is the oral and has a duration of 30 minutes, including assessment. The sample used in the assessment of the "pass/fail".

6.3. As part of the last school period in training step 2 process operator, holds the school a final try. The sample represents a journeyman's test.

6.3.1. Journeyman's examination consists of three parts. A written test, see. paragraph 6.3.2., a practical operational test, see. paragraph 6.3.3., and a practical test in troubleshooting, debugging and maintenance, see. section 6.3.4. Technical documentation for process plants must be available during the execution of the practical tests and students must bring their handbooks, compendiums, own notes and similar material, but not previously svendeprøve functions with solution. Assignments are made by the school after consultation with the Technical Committee.

6.3.2. The written examination consists of a task in the trivia with a duration of one hour and a task in problem solving with a duration of three hours.

6.3.3. The practical operational test is a production task performed on process plants with towable management and regulatory functions. The sample must be solved in a team of two to four students and include planning and organizing a production day, start up of production units, including possibly. supply installations, monitoring of production, work after management systems, sampling and analysis, balancing of operating parameters, halting the production and decommissioning of the plant. The sample has a duration of six hours. The tasks are distributed among students after the drawing of lots.

6.3.4. The practical test in troubleshooting, debugging and maintenance be performed on process plants with towable management and regulatory functions. The sample must be solved independently by the pupil, and includes a production shift with start-up or takeover of ongoing production, monitoring of production, work after management systems, shutdown or the handing over of plants with associated reporting and troubleshooting and debugging of embedded error and execution of maintenance task. The sample has a duration of four hours. The tasks are distributed among students after the drawing of lots.

6.3.5. When assessing the journeyman's test gives teachers and examiners in accordance with common assessment a grade for each of the journeyman's test three subsamples. The total exam character appears as the average of the grades for the three subsamples.

6.4. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have achieved an average of beståkarakter characters for all basic subjects in the main course. The student must also have achieved beståkarakter in each områdefag and specialefag. Any subjects which is not given in nature, must be conducted in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who complete the training with step 1, the process is working, the test be passed.

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

6.7. At end of training after step 1, the school will issue a certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in the field of education.

6.8. At the end of training after step 2 the Technical Committee shall issue a certificate to the student as proof that the student has achieved competence in the field of education.

7. Eux-scenario 7.1. A eux-course includes all competences and subjects within the meaning of § 5 (1) (8). referred to education.

7.2. in addition, the following applies For eux-scenario:

1. The training lasts four years including the basic process that lasts 40 weeks. School education in the main course items 72 weeks.

2. Main course is divided into at least two school periods alternating with at least two internship periods.

7.3. To begin on school education in main course students must meet the objectives of the following basic subjects:

1. Danish C.

2. Foreign language (English) C.

3. Physics (C).

4. Chemistry (C)

5. Mathematics (C).

6. Social studies C.

7.4. In the main course students must take the following subjects:

1. Biology (C) of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

2. Danish (A), see. HTX-notice.

3. English (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

4. Physics (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

5. Chemistry (B) of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

6. Mathematics (B), of the basic regulation. HTX-notice.

7. Teknikfag (A) – Process, food and health, see. HTX-notice.

7.5. each student selects one of the following electives in the master course:

Business Administration (C) of the basic regulation. the electives the notice.

Mathematics A, see. HTX-notice.

German language (C) continues, see. the electives the notice.

7.6. In addition to the basic gradient sample and the samples referred to in section 6 applies the following requirements for samples of pupils at eux-gradients:

1. One sample of a basic subjects of the basic course after extraction among all pupils ' basic subjects with test. If a student has taken the test in social studies (C) of the basic cycle, see. Nr. 1, reduced the number to five.

2. Six samples of the main course after extraction among upper secondary subjects.

3. One major written assignment, see. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

4. One oral examination on the basis of a written thesis, see. notice of special study-oriented subjects, etc. for use by vocational education and training.

7.6.1. In all secondary subjects are given final position characters that express the degree of the individual student's achievement of the objectives for professional knowledge, insights and method in the respective learning plan at the end of the course. Draw up an educational description for the individual subjects in accordance with the rules thereof in htx-notice.

7.6.2. The task after paragraph 7.6., nr. 3, and the project in accordance with paragraph 7.6., nr. 4 shall be drawn up in the last school period. Tests according to paragraph 7.6., nr. 2-4, will be held in time in accordance with the relevant secondary examination termin.

7.6.3. The project in accordance with paragraph 7.6., nr. 4 shall be drawn up in teknikfag A – Process, food and health and at least one of the subjects from the area of vocational education and training-or specialefag after the student's choice. The project may also be prepared in a further subjects after the student's choice, if the pupil wants this. The project can be organized together with the professional training final try. The organisation can result in the pupil's final test takes place until six months before the agreement period ends.

7.7. The school's overall organisation of education shall ensure the synergy of competences, including courses, vocational training and secondary subjects in accordance with section 7.4., and the progression, as is provided in the formulation of the requirements for the content of the basic course and main course, see. section 7.3, 7.4. and paragraph 7.7.5. The distribution of the training time to be carried out in such a way that the subjects at A-level always ends to the appropriate secondary examination at the end of the course. termin


7.7.1. Educational time for secondary school subjects in accordance with section 7.4. and 7.5. laid down in the rules for the upper-secondary education, include the total teacher-led student activity at the school, that is. the time, students participate in various forms of teacher directed teaching and other activities, which are organized by the school to the accomplishment of the subject's purpose, including professional and methodological guidance. The term does not, however, cover the students ' preparation for teaching, the written work and the official tests. The school must know the Organization of teaching in secondary subjects, where during training hours included time for the holding of samples, make sure to include the necessary time to do so.

7.7.2. The scope of the written work in secondary subjects are stated in her training. Student time laid down in the rules for the upper-secondary education, is the expected time, an average student at that level need to draft a reply to the written assignments in the profession. Student time does not include internal tests.

7.7.3. The content of the individual upper secondary subjects are based on a specific duration, see. paragraph 7.7.1., however, by the concrete organisation of teaching should be shortened on the basis of completed basic subjects of the basic course and the skills that the students acquire from teaching in vocational training in addition to those in paragraph 7.7.5. specified hours, see. However, section 7.7.6. Student time, see. paragraph 7.7.2., be shortened proportionally.

7.7.4. Basic subjects specified in paragraph 7.3., included computationally with the same number of hours as the corresponding subjects after the secondary school curriculum.

7.7.5. Educational time specified in number of hours, respectively, before and after the shortening of the basic regulation. section 7.7.3., for subjects etc. at secondary level are:

Biology C (75/75).

Danish A (260/185).

English B (210/85).

Physics B (190/90).

Chemistry (B) (190/40).

Mathematics B (285/160).

Social studies C (75/0) (read as basic subjects, see section 7.3.).

Teknikfag A – Process, food and health (295/190).

Major writing task (25/25).

Thesis (25/25).

Electives:

Business Administration C (75/75).

Mathematics A (125/125).

German continues language C (75/75).

7.7.6. The pupil's optional specialefag from vet to be assembled could give the school grounds in order to shorten teaching in secondary subjects, with a further 50 hours, unless the individual student has chosen business administration C or German language (C) continues as an elective.



Annex 10 Theatre, exhibition and event technician 1. Training purposes and Division 1.1. Training for theatre, exhibition and event technicians have as overarching purpose to students through school education and internship training achieves knowledge and skills within the following overall responsibilities:

1. preparation, Setup, execution, operation and dismantling of technical equipment in the field of sound, lighting, stage and auspices in connection with events, both independent, interdisciplinary and in collaboration with others, taking into account safety, working environment and basic production-economic conditions.

2. Handling, Porter service, assessment and the making or the instigation of maintenance/repair of technical equipment, as it appears within the selected speciality.

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

1.3. Training includes step 1 Theater, exhibition and event technical production assistant, level 3 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning, which is a step in all education specialties.

1.4. The training can be completed with the following specialties (step 2), level 4 in the Danish qualifications framework for lifelong learning:

1. Event technician specializing in audio engineering.

2. Event technician specialising in illuminations technique.

3. the Theatre technician.

4. Exhibition technician.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training step 1, theatre, exhibition and event technical production assistant, lasts two years, including the basic cycle, of which school education in the main course is 20 weeks. Educational theses goods a further two years, of which school education in the main gradient amounts to 20 weeks.

2.2. Education in the main course of training step 1, theatre, exhibition and event technical production assistant, be divided into at least two school periods. For specialized courses extended this with at least two 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 the school education in the main sequence, is that students can:

1. perform various types of suspension for a given task under the guidance and in accordance with current safety regulations,

2. perform simple scene technical disciplines based on basic knowledge of scene types, stage plans and fixed installations,

3. choose together cable and apply appropriate technical equipment for a given task on a less lighting system,

4. Select connect and apply appropriate technical equipment for a given task on a less sound systems,

5. to plan, record, edit and conduct a simple audiovisual production through the application of appropriate technical equipment,

6. use, maintain, and troubleshoot basic equipment, electronic

7. make use of measuring techniques and read the diagrams of electrical circuits and

8. choose, use and maintain common tools and equipment in relation to a given task by current standards and safety regulations.

3.2. Basic gradient test must be passed.

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. perform common tasks within various types of Setup and dismantling of equipment and elements of a routine or known situation,

2. assess the equipment technical condition and quality in a known situation and in the light thereof cause maintenance or repair,

3. choose a sound system as well as recording and linking audio to a production run of a routine or known situation,

4. choose a lighting system, as well as linking up wind up lights for a production in a routine or known situation,

5. to plan, record, edit and execute an audiovisual production through the application of appropriate technical equipment in a routine or known situation,

6. pass the test, which can lead to the issue of driver certificate for forklift, category B, according to the Danish working environment service's rules,

7. participate in inventory management and help to handle and tie down equipment on trucks, trailers or other appropriate vehicles,

8. perform their work tasks security and environmentally sound in accordance with existing rules and on an ergonomically expedient manner,

9. read, write, speak, listen to and understand English in job-related, societal and General contexts,

10. obtain the knowledge and skills to communicate and collaborate in many different contexts, where collaboration and communication is a necessity,

11. Design and mount appropriate el-technical and industry-specific installations in a known situation,

12. use it for industry relevant rignings equipment in a routine or known situation security properly,

13. achieve fundamental understanding of human perception and use this in relation to a given production in a routine or known situation,

14. evaluate the equipment technical condition and quality and on that basis alone or in cooperation with other lead maintenance or repair in a routine or known situation,

15. plan and manage projects from start to finish, including concept development, planning, economy, organization, meeting planning and management, implementation, presentation and disclosure,

16. perform professionally lydteknisk work for a performance on the basis of a significant knowledge of audio engineering,

17. perform professionally illuminating engineering work for a performance on the basis of a significant knowledge of lysteknik and lighting,

18. apply stage technique in accordance with applicable laws, rules and regulations independently,

19. make props out from knowledge of styles and style periods and have knowledge of the different working methods in relation to the use of script in rekvisitørens work and management of regibudget,

20. assess Visual and aesthetic expression with relevance for business critical and out from a basic knowledge of various standard ide and style history,

21. use a 3D system to visualize and animate an item for use by design tasks

22. help in the manufacture of scenery, props and decorations,

23. obtain knowledge of a quality management system and apply specific quality assurance procedures in relation to its own work,

24. perform professionally lydteknisk work for an exhibition on the basis of a significant knowledge of audio engineering,

25. perform professionally technical drawing work for an exhibition on the basis of a significant knowledge of lysteknik and lighting,

26. read, write, speak, listen to and understand German in job-related, societal and General contexts,

27. using a 3-d system to visualize and animate an item for use in construction and sales tasks

28. to plan, set up, dismantle and download appropriate lighting equipment at the advanced level in connection with the practical execution of events, taking into account the General production economy,

29. plan, set up, dismantle and download appropriate sound equipment at the advanced level in connection with the practical execution of events, taking into account the General production economy,

30. achieve knowledge of music history and read and apply a score compared to the practical production,


31. achieve a significant understanding of human perception and different historical periods of oders expression and apply this knowledge in relation to a given production,

32. Design and mount appropriate el-technical and industry-specific installations safety adequately and

33. use it for industry rignings equipment safety relevant securely.

4.2. Competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 1 – 13, applies to all stages and specializations in undergraduate education.

4.3. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 14-15 and nr. 29-33, applies to the thesis event technician specializing in audio engineering.

4.4. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 14 – 15, nr. 28 and no. 30 – 33, applies to the thesis event technician specialising in illuminations technique.

4.5. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 14 – 21, nr. 22-23 and no. 33, applies to the thesis Theater technician.

4.6. The competence of the objectives set out in section 4.1., nr. 14 – 15, nr. 22 – 27 and nr. 33, applies to the thesis exhibition technician.

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. each step of training ends with a trial. The sample after a stage which is not only the final stage of training, must be sat by pupils who quit with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in training step 1, theatre, exhibition and event technical production assistant, is organizing the school a final test, which consists of a practically-oriented project and an oral examination. The rules of the ordonnance on tests and exams in vocational education are applicable.

6.2.1. The project, which aims to show the learner's acquisition of vocational and personal skills in the training, be resolved within 74 Bell timer. The oral test lasts 30 minutes including assessment. Involved a censor. The student's performance is judged with one character, which is indicative of an overall assessment of the project and the oral performance.

6.2.2. For students who complete the training with step 1, theatre, exhibition and event technical production assistant, should the test be passed. The school shall inform the Technical Committee of the results of the tests carried out.

6.3. As part of the last school period in education specialties 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.

6.3.1. At the request of the pupils to the last school term the school will send a list of those students with an indication of students ' practical training business to the Technical Committee. The Technical Committee will then designate 2 censors (stage champions) to journeyman test. The Technical Committee shall draw up an external examiner guidance for use by film masters.

6.3.2. Journeyman's examination consists of a written test in områdefag and specialefag, a project task and an oral examination that takes as its starting point the project task. The project has a duration of two weeks and resolved as a technical production. The oral test has a duration of 30 minutes including assessment. Censors must be present at the final settlement of the technical production in the project and by the subsequent oral test. Task content is organised by the school in consultation with the Technical Committee.

6.3.3. The pupil's performance is judged with one character, which is indicative of an overall assessment of the written and the oral test and the project task.

6.4. For the issue of the school certificate, the student must have achieved an average of beståkarakter characters for all subjects in the main course. Any subjects which is not given in nature, must be conducted in accordance with the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who complete the training with step 1, theatre, exhibition and event technical production assistant, must test as set out in section 6.2. be passed.

6.6. For students who complete the training with a specialty must test as set out in section 6.3. be passed.

6.7. At the end of the 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.

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