Order On Education In Vocational Common Entrance Car, Aircraft And Other Transport Equipment

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

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Overview (table of contents)

Appendix 1

Bådmekaniker


Appendix 2

Bicycle and motorcycle mechanic training


Appendix 3

Construction and agricultural machinery training


Appendix 4

Aircraft mechanic


Appendix 5

Body Training


Appendix 6

Truck Mechanic


Appendix 7

Car Mechanic


Appendix 8

Wagon Painter


The full text
Order on education in vocational common entrance car, aircraft and other transport
Pursuant to § 4, paragraph. 1 and 2 of the Act on vocational training under. Legislative Decree no. 171 of 2 March 2011 and § 4, paragraph. 1 and § 7, paragraph. 3 of Law no. 578 of 1 June 2010 study qualifying exam for vocational training (eux), etc., provides:

§ 1. Vocational common entrance car, aircraft and other transport equipment includes programs with functions and competence communities within the overall employment area: Technical service areas in relation to repair and maintenance tasks of transport.

§ 2. For this input is placed on education:

1) Bådmekaniker, See Appendix 1.

2) Bicycle and motorcycle mechanic, see. Annex 2.

3) Entreprenør- and agricultural machinery program, cf.. Annex 3.

4) Aircraft mechanic, see. Annex 4.

5) Body program, see. Appendix 5.

6) Truck Mechanic, see. Annex 6

7) Car Mechanic, see. Annex 7

8) Vehicle Painter, see. Annex 8

§ 3. The recommended duration of school education in the compulsory part of the basic course is 20 weeks in § 2, no. 1-3 and 5-7, those courses.

PCS. 2. The indicative duration of school education in the compulsory part of the basic course is 12 weeks for in § 2, no. 4, said education.

PCS. 3. The recommended duration of school education in the compulsory part of the basic course is 10 weeks in § 2, no. 8, said education.

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

1) perform simple maintenance and service tasks of transport in the entry courses

2) perform simple depreciation and demonteringsopgaver based on knowledge of the electrical systems,

3) use it for academic information and communication

4) evaluate and verify whether own work meets established quality requirements

5) plan and carry out simple scientific tasks within the entry's education by appropriate use of materials, tools and machines

6) addressing own and others' safety in safety and environmentally sound performance of the work in accordance with applicable rules and

7) plan and perform minor tasks from basic knowledge of ergonomics.

PCS. 2. To begin your studies at school in a main course in the common entrance students must also meet the objectives of the following basic subjects:

1) First aid and basic firefighting, including traffic related first aid for students who acquire licenses as part of the program (0.5 weeks).

2) Work (Module 1).

PCS. 3. To begin your studies at school in a main course in the common entrance, students should also have acquired WEA evidence "Personal safety when working with epoxy and isocyanates".

PCS. 4. Additional requirements for competency, specific to the transition to education in each main course, set out in annexes to the Order.

§ 5. The following courses mentioned in § 2. 1, can be implemented with the possibility of obtaining general study competence (eux-proof):

1) Truck Mechanic.

2) Car Mechanic.

PCS. 2. Specific rules for the programs organized as eux-course set out in the annexes to the Order.

§ 6. For training and education shall otherwise the rules laid down for vocational training in general, see. However paragraph. 2.


PCS. 2. If for in § 2, no. 6 and 7, said education provided access restriction school training, see. § 66 b paragraph. 3 of the Act on vocational training, establishes an overall number of students for the two programs, as the individual school record school training. The number determined in accordance with § 37 paragraph. 3 of the Decree on vocational education based on learning agreements concluded within the two programs and the previous training to the mechanic as a whole. Each school distributes even students between the two programs.

Commencement and transitional provisions

§ 7. This Order shall enter into force on 15 July 2012.

PCS. 2. § 6 paragraph. 2, apply for admission to school practice up to and including 31 December 2013.

PCS. 3. Order no. 218 of 17 March 2011 on education in vocational common entrance car, aircraft and other transport repealed.

PCS. 4. Students who have started an educational foundation course or main course, can carry respectively basic course or main course after the previous rules, see. However paragraph. 5.

PCS. 5. The school provides in the local curriculum possible transitional arrangements for students who have begun their studies under the previous rules.

Ministry for Children and Education, April 26, 2012
PMV
Birgit Gotenborg
/ Per Pagh Aarestrup



Appendix 1

Bådmekaniker

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of bådmekaniker the main purpose of the student through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
Maintenance, installation and repair of engines and electrical equipment and hydraulic systems in pleasure craft and small commercial boats as well as sales and service.

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

1.3. The program includes steps 1 bådassistent, level 3 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

1.4. The program can be completed with step 2 thesis bådmekaniker, level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 2 years including basic course. The school teaching in hovedforløbets Step 1 lasts 15 weeks. Step 2 lasts 2 years. The school teaching in hovedforløbets Stage 2 lasts 20 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least three school periods of intervening period of practical training for students at level 1 and at least 4 school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at step 2.

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet to begin on school education in the program's main course is that students can:



1) perform mechanical separation and collection of 2-stroke marine engines and account for two-stroke bådmotorers basic structure and operation,

2) perform the separation and collection of common electrical components of leisure boats and smaller commercial boats

3) handle gasoline, oil and other common chemicals properly in work in leisure boats,

4) use lifting gear safe way based on the manufacturer's instructions for assembly and repair of pleasure boats,

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

6) produce smaller pieces in metal with compliance measurements and angles, perform threading work and control measurements with caliper.

3.2. To begin the program's main program, the student must, apart from meeting the competence objectives in section 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained evidence for the course Occupational Health and Safety, welding and thermal cutting.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, section 4.2.-4.3., Is that students can:



1) work in accordance with applicable rules of safety and labor and product liability

2) working from manuals and repair manuals in Danish and at least one foreign language

3) through performing daily tasks in collaboration with colleagues help to ensure the quality, productivity and a good economy in the workshop as well as good customer service, sales and additional sales, including the implementation of various types of inspection of pleasure boats and small commercial boats

4) produce smaller structures in wood and fiberglass for engine installations and repairs


5) carry out the installation of the engine, propeller shafts, screws and propellers for calculations, so angles and alignments observed

6) use of international expertise to understand the contexts and perform tasks in relation to an internationalized labor market

7) work environmentally conscious with all tasks within the program's job areas, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,

8) demonstrate knowledge of entrepreneurship and independence concept, including knowledge of the conditions related to business creation,

9) demonstrate innovative skills by such methods and materials within the education job areas

10) perform specific job functions, located within the company's sphere of activity or which affects students' future employment opportunities

11) troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of transmission, including gearboxes, propellers and transmission devices,

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

13) troubleshoot, repair, installation and maintenance of comfort and safety equipment, including air-conditioning systems and databusstyrede comfort systems

14) troubleshoot, repair and maintenance services for electric supply, including generators and charging systems, the starter plants and complex wiper systems, lights, lanterns,

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

16) troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of LPG installations in leisure boats and smaller commercial boats by applicable law,

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

18) troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of 230 volt systems in pleasure craft and small commercial boats by applicable law,

19) read hydraulic diagrams, troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of hydraulic systems in leisure boats under current law.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-7, apply to the program steps 1 and 2.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 8-19, apply to the program step 2.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

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

5.2. Students need before sitting for a test in step 1, see. Section 6.1., Or before the final exam, see. Section 6.2., Have passed the bound specialization "speedboat driver's license" and acquired the license for category B in accordance with applicable regulations.

5.3. Students should begin teaching license immediately after his 18th birthday.

5.4. Internship company chooses instructor and is obliged - for the students who do not pre-training has acquired the license in question - to pay costs within the limits set by the Technical Committee of the curriculum on the basis of the regulatory requirements for obtaining a driving license category B. | ||
6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period organized by the School for final examination for students who are merely implementing the program step 1 bådassistent. The exam consists of a practical task.

6.1.1. Eleven draw up a practical project that forms part assessment basis for this test.

6.1.2. The project aims to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational and general and personal competency for training. The project is based on learning outcomes for the program step 1. Contents of the project organized by the school and has a duration of 7 hours. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.2. As part of the last school period in step 2 towards the end will hold the school school education a final test. The sample represents a final test.

6.2.1. The task consists of a workshop task that includes two subtasks. Eleven solves a task that consists of typical tasks in the field of separation, troubleshooting, adjustment, replacement, installation and operational testing with the corresponding documentation. The assignments made in consultation with the trade committee. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.


6.2.2. The task is solved in a total of 7 hours. The tasks are distributed among the students by lottery.

6.2.3. In its assessment of the practical test will be the student the opportunity to orally explain the used workflow and methodology and thus to further demonstrate its technical professional and general professional and general and personal skills in relation to the training received.

6.2.4. The examiners must be present to the extent that it is necessary to judge the student's task, however, at least 1 day.

6.3. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have obtained at least be rated as average of the grades for each primary and area subjects in the main scenario. There must also be obtained at least consist character or "passed" in each specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession. The student must be in possession of valid driving license is required in the training that the school can issue school certificate.

6.3.1. For students who finish the program with step 1 bådassistent, the test set out in section 6.1. be passed.

6.4. For students who finish the program with step 2 bådmekaniker, the journeyman test as set out in section 6.2. be passed.

6.5. Upon completion of training, including for students who finish the program with step 1, issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.5.1. The training certificate issued pursuant to the notice of the training and examination order when school certificate and final internship statement is issued, and for students at step 2 when journeyman test is passed.

6.5.2. For students who complete with step 1 is applied to the final examination, see. Section 6.1., Is passed. For students who complete with step 2, applied to the result of the final test, see. Section 6.2.



Appendix 2

Bicycle and motorcycle mechanic training
first The program's purpose and division

1.1. Training for bicycle and motorcycle mechanic has as its main purpose to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:



1. Maintenance and repair of bicycles.

2. Maintenance and repair of mopeds.

3. Maintenance and repair of motorcycles.

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

1.3. The program includes the following steps:



1. Bike Fitter, step 1 of the thesis bike mechanic, level 3 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

2. Moped mechanic, step 1 of the thesis motorcycle mechanic, level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

1.4. The program can be completed with the following specialties (step 2), level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning:



1. Bicycle Mechanic.

2. Motorcycle Mechanic.

Second Duration of training and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 bike fitter thesis bike mechanic is 1 year and 6 months, including the baseline scenario. The school teaching in hovedforløbets Step 1 lasts 10 weeks. Step 2 thesis bike mechanic is 1 year and 9 months. The school teaching in hovedforløbets Stage 2 lasts 10 weeks.

2.2. The program step 1 moped mechanic thesis motorcycle mechanic lasts 2 years and 9 months including the basic course. The school teaching in skoleforløbets Step 1 lasts 15 weeks. Step 2 thesis motorcycle mechanic is 1 year and 3 months. The school teaching in hovedforløbets Stage 2 lasts 10 weeks.

2.3. The school teaching in the main scenario for the thesis bicycle mechanic divided into at least two school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at step 1 bike fitter and at least two school periods of intervening period of practical training for students at step 2 bike mechanic.

2.4. The school teaching in the main scenario for the thesis motorcycle mechanic split into at least three school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at step 1 moped mechanic and at least two school periods of intervening period of practical training for students at step 2 motorcycle mechanic.
Third Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start teaching in schools program's main program is that students can:



1. inspect and control the various braking systems on the bicycle, moped and motorcycle by applicable law,

2. inspect the internal and external gears,


3. prepare a new bike for a customer based on applicable legislation

4. replace the tire and tube on different bikes and make the mending of broken hoses

5. disassemble and assemble a bicycle with derailleur systems according to current rules,

6. service and repair the bicycle lighting,

7. inspect and repair the wheel, including replacement of the spokes, alignment and balancing the bicycle / moped / motorcycle wheels and replacement of wheel bearings,

8. disassemble, repair and adjust a transmission as well as any functional tests on the test bench,

9. inspect and troubleshoot ignition systems and make alignment of components using appropriate testers for diagnosing and

10. make measuring and troubleshooting of moped / scooter and motorcycle different lighting and electrical systems.

3.2. To begin påuddannelsens main course, pupils in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained evidence for the course Occupational Health and Safety, welding and thermal cutting.
Fourth Competency for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2.- 4.7., Is that students can:



1. conduct a functional check on the cycles of transmission,

2. install electrical systems including lighting,

3. check, repair and adjust the various mechanical actuation systems, replace the bearings and gear wheels

4. carry out an inspection of the frame and steering on a bike and make a basic setting of steering,

5. måltage and adapt bicycles, construction and repair the front wheel wheel

6. use international expertise to understand the contexts and perform tasks in relation to an internationalized labor market

7. work environmentally conscious with all tasks within the program's job areas, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,

8. check, repair, adjust and install the various gear systems as well as selecting gear systems for specific needs

9. repair cycles of transmission,

10. checks, troubleshooting and repair of the bike's electrical systems and lighting as well as guidance in the choice of lighting and electrical systems,

11. select braking system to specific needs

12. building bicycle frames and face mill plant surfaces on bicycle frames,

13 building and pick out a bicycle wheel with different opspændingsmøntre and different centering and implement troubleshooting, repair and control of the bicycle wheel,

14. implement troubleshooting, repair and inspection of suspension systems on the bike,

15. demonstrate knowledge of entrepreneurship and independence concept, including the acquisition of knowledge of the conditions related to business creation,

16. demonstrate innovative skills by such methods and materials within the education job areas

17. inspect and prepare transmission systems and electrical systems as well as brakes and steering for mopeds in accordance with applicable regulations and safety and environmental rules

18. organize and conduct a rational troubleshooting process on the transmission on a moped / scooter or motorcycle, such as inspection and repair of clutch, gearbox and power transmission and vario gear,

19. organize and conduct a rational troubleshooting process on the electrical systems and lights on a moped / scooter or motorcycle, including repair of wiring and replacement of defective components

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

21. dismantle, check and repair caliper and master cylinder,

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

23. organize and conduct a rational troubleshooting process on single-cylinder 2- or 4-stroke petrol engines of moped / scooter or motorcycle, including control of engine management systems and replacement of defective control units, sensors and actuators, as well as repair associated supply,

24. implement a systematic troubleshooting process and repair the transmission on a multi-cylinder motorcycle

25. implement a systematic troubleshooting process and correct faults on electrical systems on a multi-cylinder motorcycle


26. implement a systematic troubleshooting process and correct faults in the braking system of a multi-cylinder motorcycle

27. implement a systematic troubleshooting process and correct faults in steering on a multi-cylinder motorcycle

28. implement a systematic troubleshooting process and correct faults on the engine and engine management systems on a multi-cylinder motorcycle and

29 perform special work functions, located within the company's sphere of activity or which affects students' future employment opportunities.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., Nos. 1-5, in Step 1 bike fitter.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., Nos. 6 and 7, in step 1 bike fitter and step 1 moped mechanic.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 8-14 and 29, in step 2 thesis bike mechanic.

4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 15 and 16, in step 2 bike mechanic and step 2 motorcycle mechanic.

4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 17-23, in Step 1 moped mechanic.

4.7. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 24-29, in Step 2 thesis motorcycle mechanic.
Fifth The organization of school instruction and training

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

5.2. Students with step 1 moped mechanic must before sitting for a test in step 1, see. Section 6.1., And students with step 2 thesis motorcycle mechanic must before the final exam, see. Section 6.2., Have acquired relevant licenses in accordance with the applicable rules.

5.3. Students should begin teaching license immediately after his 18th birthday.

5.4. Internship company chooses instructor and is obliged - for the students who do not pre-training has acquired the (t) license in question - to pay costs within the limits set by the Technical Committee of the curriculum on the basis of the regulatory requirements for the acquisition of the ( t) relevant license.
6th Evaluation and evidence etc..

6.1. As part of the last school period organized by the School for final examination for students who are merely implementing the program step 1 bike fitter thesis cykelmekanikerog step 1 moped mechanic thesis motorcycle mechanic. The exam consists of a practical task. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.1.1. The objective is to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational and general and personal competency for training. The test is based on learning outcomes for the program step 1.

6.2. As part of the last school period is organizing the school for students at step 2 of the thesis motorcycle mechanic and step 2 thesis bicycle mechanic a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.2.1. The task consists of typical practical tasks for bicycle and motorcycle industry and includes troubleshooting, adjustment, repair and replacement of vehicles damaged or worn parts. The tasks are organized and made by the school in consultation with the trade committee.

6.2.2. The task is solved in a total of 4 hours for students with thesis bicycle mechanic, and in a total of 6 hours for students with thesis motorcycle mechanic. The tasks are distributed among the students by lottery.

6.2.3. In its assessment of the practical test will be the student the opportunity to orally explain the used workflow and methodology and thus to further demonstrate its technical and professional education as well as general and personal qualifications for the training received.

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

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

6.5. For students who finish the program with step 2 of the thesis bike mechanic and step 2 of the thesis motorcycle mechanic, the journeyman test as set out in section 6.2. be passed.


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

6.6.1. For students who complete with step 1 is applied to the final examination, see. Section 6.1, is passed. For students who complete with step 2, applied to the result of companion sample is passed, see. Section 6.2.



Appendix 3

Entreprenør- and agricultural machinery training
first The program's purpose and division

1.1. Construction and agricultural machinery program The overall objective of the student through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:



1. Maintenance and repair of construction equipment.

2. Maintenance and repair of agricultural machinery.

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

4. Maintenance and repair of personal cars.

5. Maintenance and repair and building cranes.

6. Installation and repair of agricultural plants.

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

1.3. The program provides for specialization in Section 1.4. Nos. 1-4 the steps of:



1. Equipment Mechanic (step 1), level 3 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

1.4. The program can be completed with the following specialties (step 2), level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning:



1. Construction Machinery Mechanic.

2. Agricultural Machinery Mechanic.

3. Person Lift Mechanic.

4. The agricultural worker.

5. Crane Mechanic (no steps).

Second Duration of training and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 equipment mechanic 2 years including basic course. The school teaching in hovedforløbets Step 1 lasts 15 weeks. Step 2 specialties except crane mechanic lasts 2 years. The school teaching in hovedforløbets Stage 2 lasts 20 weeks. Thesis crane mechanic, where there is no step 4 years. School Tuition for the thesis crane mechanic items 35 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least three school periods of intervening period of practical training for students at level 1 and at least 4 school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students in step 2. For the thesis crane mechanic divided school education for at least seven periods in school.
Third Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start teaching in schools program's main program is that students can:



1. perform simple adjustment and repair tasks on petrol and diesel engines based on their understanding of the four measures and also to use measuring equipment for measuring wear on petrol and diesel engines,

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

3. carry out repair work on the hydraulic systems from charts on contractors or agricultural machinery and also selecting the right material for building of simple hydraulic system

4. Choosing the right welding material in connection with the execution of repair welding with MAG welding of materials over 10 mm,

5. select the right material in the construction of mechanical parts in materials of 10 mm, including the choice of thread type from the given blueprint and

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

3.2. To begin påuddannelsens main course, pupils in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained evidence for the course Occupational Health and Safety, welding and thermal cutting.
Fourth Competency for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2.- 4.9., Is that students can:



1. work under the applicable rules of safety and labor and product responsibility, including sustainability, within the program's job areas

2. understand manuals and repair manuals in foreign languages,

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

4. build and troubleshoot complex hydraulic system using hydraulic diagrams,

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


6. Apply joining in a manufacturing process taking into account the applicable safety, environmental and quality and with supporting documentation prepared under the control measurements and taking into account the given standards and tolerance indications

7. apply international expertise to understand the contexts and perform tasks in relation to an internationalized labor market

8. apply their knowledge to establish and operate their own business and have an understanding of the link between sales, production, cost, schedule and quality in a typical branch company,

9. demonstrate innovative skills by such methods and materials within the education job areas

10. produce items after selecting the dimension and suitable fabric having regard to applicable norms, standards and safety

11. mount mechanical diesel pumps, metering feed systems on diesel engines and perform a motor synchronization

12. make meting out charging and starting systems,

13. carry out safety inspections on the vehicles statutory equipment

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

15. build and troubleshoot advanced hydraulic systems using hydraulic diagrams,

16 troubleshoot and repair of electrical systems and control and monitoring systems based on knowledge of electrical diagrams,

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

18 check, update and troubleshoot control and monitoring systems using IT-based diagnostic systems and error codes

19 troubleshoot and repair machinery from knowledge of the structure and function of the transmission systems in construction machinery,

20 troubleshoot and repair steering and brakes on construction machinery,

21. carry out statutory safety inspection of handlers with personnel basket,

22 build smaller relay controllers,

23. adjust, troubleshoot and repair agricultural machines from knowledge of the machines structure and function

24 check, update and troubleshoot control and monitoring systems using IT-based diagnostic systems or error codes

25. adjust, troubleshoot and repair harvesters from knowledge of the machines structure and function

26 troubleshoot and repair the transmission systems of tractors and agricultural machinery from their knowledge of the structure and function

27 troubleshoot and repair steering and brakes of agricultural machinery,

28. carry out function test, peripheral test and troubleshoot PLC controls on personnel lifts using IT-based diagnostic systems or error codes and wiring diagrams,

29 use parameters relating to security personnel lifts from the knowledge of the importance of the laws of physics,

30. carry out inspection and adjustment of steering the booms,

31 out statutory safety inspection on personnel lifts,

32. build smaller relay controllers,

33. troubleshoot and repair from knowledge of the structure and function of the transmission systems of personnel lifts and telehandlers,

34. install, repair and maintain heating, water and drainage systems,

35. organize and perform minor constructions in sheet, pipe and steel profiles

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

37. carry out statutory safety inspections on cranes with personnel basket,

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

39. plan, document using CAD and carry out structures in connection with crane assembly,

40. perform troubleshooting and repair tasks on compression systems and

41. perform specific job functions, located within the company's scope of action, or which affect the students' future employment opportunities.

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

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 10-13, apply for the program step 1 equipment mechanic.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 14-16 and 41 apply to the program specializations.

4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 17-20, applies to the thesis construction machinery mechanic.


4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 23-27, applies to the thesis agricultural machinery mechanic.

4.7. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 21-22 and 28-33, applies to the thesis person lift mechanic.

4.8. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 34-36, applies to the thesis farm hand.

4.9. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 38-40, applies to the thesis crane mechanic.
Fifth The organization of school instruction and training

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

5.2. Students should before the presentation of the final test in step 1, see. Section 6.1., Or before the final exam, see. Section 6.2., Have acquired relevant licenses in accordance with the applicable rules.

5.3. Students should begin teaching license immediately after his 18th birthday.

5.4. Internship company chooses instructor and is obliged - for the students who do not pre-training has acquired the (t) license in question - to pay costs within the limits set by the Technical Committee of the curriculum on the basis of the regulatory requirements for the acquisition of the ( t) relevant license.
6th Evaluation and evidence etc..

6.1. As part of the last school period organized by the School for final examination for students who are merely implementing the program step 1, material mechanic. The exam consists of a practical task. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.1.1. The objective is to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational and general and personal competency for training. The test is based on learning outcomes for the program step 1.

6.2. As part of the last school term thesis crane mechanic and step 2 for specialization construction machinery mechanic, agricultural machinery mechanic, lifting mechanic and farm hand holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.2.1. The task consists of typical tasks for construction and agricultural machinery industry and includes troubleshooting, adjustment, repair and replacement of vehicles damaged or worn parts. The tasks set by the school in consultation with the trade committee.

6.2.2. The task is solved in a total of 12 hours for the specialization construction machinery mechanic, agricultural machinery mechanic, lifting mechanic, farm hand and crane mechanic. The tasks are distributed among the students by lottery.

6.2.3. In its assessment of the practical test will be the student the opportunity to orally explain the used workflow and methodology and thus to further demonstrate its technical and professional education as well as general and personal qualifications for the training received.

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

6.4. For students who finish the program with step 1 equipment mechanic, the final test as specified in 6.1. be passed.

6.5. For students who finish the program with step 2 of the specialties construction machinery mechanic, agricultural machinery mechanic, lifting mechanic, farm hand and crane mechanic, the journeyman test as set out in section 6.2. be passed.

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

6.6.1. The training certificate issued when school certificate and final internship statement is issued, and for students at level 1 when the final examination, and for students at step 2 when journeyman test is passed.



Appendix 4
Aircraft mechanic

first The program's purpose and division

1.1. Training of aircraft mechanic's major objective is that the student through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills to the conditions described in the Commission Regulation (EC) No. 2042/2003 Part - 66 of the rules for flight engineers met within the following main areas of competence: || |


1. Service, maintenance and commissioning of fixed-wing aircraft turbine engine (B1.1).

2. Service, maintenance and commissioning of fixed-wing aircraft with piston engine (B1.2).


3. Service, maintenance and commissioning of the turbine engine helicopters (B1.3).

4. Service, maintenance and commissioning of piston engine helicopters (B1.4).

5. Aircraft Electronics (B2).

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within one or more of the program specializations.

1.3. The program can be completed with the following specialties, level 5 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning:



1. Aircraft mechanic - B1.

2. Aircraft mechanic - B2.

Second Duration of training and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts 4 years and 5 months including the basic course. The school teaching in the main scenario for the thesis B1 lasts 60 weeks. The school teaching in the main scenario for the thesis B2 goods 64 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least four school periods with intervening practice periods.
Third Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start teaching in schools program's main program is that students can:



1. using scientific methodologies, concepts, thinking and tools to the extent and level that forms the basis for participation in the main course teaching

2. Apply communicative working methods, concepts, thinking and tools in both Danish and English to the extent and level that forms the basis for participation in the main course teaching

3. Apply aeronautics working methods, concepts, thinking and tools to the extent and level that forms the basis for participation in the main course of teaching.

3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test.
Fourth Competency for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2.- 4.4., Is that students can:



1. apply the science that underlies the aeronautics technologies

2. with an overview combine and apply basic systems in the electrical, electronics and digital technology on all types of aircraft / helicopters,

3. apply knowledge about the characteristics, properties and application of metallic and non-metallic materials and standard components in the aerospace industry,

4. with overview combine and apply knowledge about troubleshooting, adjustment and repair of aircraft using aeronautical repair manuals and other data in English and apply maintenance systems in a logical and comprehensive manner,

5. with overview combine and apply knowledge in aircraft structure and aircraft systems and instruments, radio communications, navigation and automatic flight control in all types of aircraft and helicopters in a logical and comprehensive manner,

6. use knowledge of human factors as well as national and international rules in the aviation industry

7. with overview combine and apply knowledge in the repair of motor and motor systems in air travel in a logical and comprehensive manner,

8. with a view to combine and use test equipment systems for electrical, electronics, digital technology, instruments, radio communications, navigation and automatic flight control on all types of aircraft / helicopters in a logical and comprehensive manner and

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

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., Nos. 1-6, apply to all specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 7, the specialization program B1.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 8-9, the specialization program B2.
Fifth The organization of school instruction and training

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

5.2. During the practical resolves eleven tasks set by the school, which also conducts an ongoing evaluation of these. The tasks should relate to relevant praktikmål.
6th Evaluation and evidence etc..

6.1. As part of the last school period for specialties B1og B2 holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply. If students carry out educational programs in the two specialties implemented journeyman test only in the first occurring specializing for students.


6.2. The sample consists of typical tasks in the airline industry and includes troubleshooting, adjustment, repair and replacement of defective or worn parts. The test organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.

6.2.1 The task is solved in a total of 6 hours for the thesis B 1 and the thesis B2. The tasks are distributed among the students by lottery.

6.2.2. In its assessment of the practical test will be the student the opportunity to orally explain the used workflow and methodology and thus to further demonstrate its technical and professional education as well as general and personal qualifications for the training received.

6.3. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have obtained at least consist character in every area subjects and compulsory specialization in the main scenario.

6.4. For students who complete the specialization B1 and B2, the journeyman exam in the first occurring thesis as provided in Section 6.1. be passed.

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

6.5.1. For students who complete the thesis B1 or B2 is applied to the result of the final test, see. Section 6.1.



Appendix 5

Body Training
first The program's purpose and division

1.1. Body Training The overall objective of the student through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:



1. Design, manufacture, repair or replacement of parts of bodywork, chassis, trailers and vehicles.

2. Special decoration of vehicles.

3. Analysis of and alignment of complicated injuries.

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

1.3. The program includes the following steps:



1. Body Wrought (step 1), level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

2. Body Technician with specialties body creates and body build (step 2), level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

1.4. The program step 2 can be completed with the following specialties:



1. Body Creates.

2. Body Builder.

Second Duration of training and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 of bodywork 3 years and 6 months, including the baseline scenario. The school teaching in hovedforløbets steps 1 items 32 weeks. Step 2 bodywork technician with specialties lasts 6 months. The school teaching in hovedforløbets Stage 2 lasts 5 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least six school periods of intervening period of practical training for students at level 1 and at least one school period with intermediate internship for students at step 2.
third Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start teaching in schools program's main program is that students can:



1. create, customize and replace smaller body parts,

2. create small dents,

3. weld less complex body parts of vehicles and

4. apply plasters in connection with the coating of body parts.

3.2. To begin påuddannelsens main course, pupils in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained evidence for the course Occupational Health and Safety, welding and thermal cutting.
Fourth Competency for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2.- 4.5., Is that students can:



1. use data from eg repair manuals in Danish and foreign

2. carry out joining in accordance with applicable law and relevant regulations issued by the Danish Working Environment

3. carry out the work based on knowledge of workplace assessment (APV., Product knowledge (sustainability), protective equipment and health risks

4. apply their knowledge of the strength of materials, composition and elasticity of joining,
| || 5. receive and deliver messages to customers before and after the work done,

6. create body parts to meet the requirements in relation to the further processing,

7. joining different body parts correctly accordance with applicable regulations and repair books,

8. produce repair parts for car bodies or body parts from blueprint


9. mount and dismount and repair the windows from the available data and in accordance with applicable law,

10. assess and repair composite damage from the account of costs and further processing

11. assess, plan and carry out removal and installation of mechanical and electrical components,

12. perform skaringsopgaver by partial replacement of body parts not bearing structures based on requirements for fit, rework and time,

13. assess and analyze the amount of damage and determine welding and alignment requirements in accordance with the manufacturer's specification of requirements for stability and security

14. The use of international skills to understand and handle relationships compared to an internationalized labor market

15 work environmentally conscious with all tasks within the program's job areas, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,

16. demonstrate knowledge of entrepreneurship and independence concept, including the acquisition of knowledge of the conditions related to business creation,

17. demonstrate innovative skills by such methods and materials within the education job areas

18. perform skaringsopgaver on supporting parts in vehicle structures based on legal requirements, fit and requirements for processing and subsequent use of materials for corrosion protection and sealing

19. Documentation relating to the drafting of the damage analysis and assessment of damage severity, including resources (time, labor and materials)

20 perform the alignment of the complex damage

21. perform design modifications and

22. perform specific job functions, located within the company's sphere of activity or which affects students' future employment opportunities.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-17, applies to all steps in the program.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 18 and 22, and the program's step 2.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 19-20, the specialization program bodywork create.

4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 21, the specialization program body builder.
Fifth The organization of school instruction and training

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

5.2. Students need before sitting for a test in step 1 of bodywork, see. Section 6.1., Or before the final exam, see. Section. 6.2., Have acquired relevant licenses in accordance with the applicable rules.

5.3. Students should begin teaching license immediately after his 18th birthday.

5.4. Internship company chooses instructor and is obliged - for the students who do not pre-training has acquired the (t) license in question - to pay costs within the limits set by the Technical Committee of the curriculum on the basis of the regulatory requirements for the acquisition of the ( t) relevant license.
6th Evaluation and evidence etc..

6.1. The school hosts as part of the last school period, a final test for students who complete with step 1, body-slammed. Furthermore, organized by the School for final examination for pupils at stage 2, body technician with specialties body creates and body builder. Both test for students in steps 1 and test for pupils at stage 2 constitutes an apprenticeship. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.1.1. The sample base is a practical task, which consists of two parts, the examination form is a combination of practical, written and oral elements defined. Section 6.1.1.1. and 6.1.1.2. Eleven pulls out at the start of lots tasks whose content is linked to the program's competency.

6.1.1.1. Sample first part is answered by the student writing prepare a damage assessment and a work plan for the practical task solution. The first part of the sample resolved within a timeframe of not more than 4 hours.

6.1.1.2. Based on the writing produced damage assessment and work plan, see. Section 6.1.1.1., Answered the test the second part of a practical execution of the repair and replacement of the vehicle damaged and corrosion infested parts In doing so, given the student the opportunity to demonstrate his understanding of the practical task execution by oral explaining the used workflow. The second part of the sample is resolved within a time frame of 14 hours.


6.1.2. In the evaluation carried out a comprehensive global assessment of the student's ability to answer the overall task see. Section 6.1.1., And the quality of the finished product.

6.1.3. Examiners must be present during the second part of the test.

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

6.3. For students who finish the program with step 1 of bodywork and step 2 chassis technician, the examination as provided in Section 6.1. be passed.

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

6.4.1. For students who complete with stage 1 and stage 2 is applied to the final examination, see. Section 6.1, is passed.



Appendix 6

Truck Mechanic

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training as a truck mechanic's major objective is that the student through classroom and workplace training acquire knowledge, skills and competencies in service, maintenance and repair of trucks and buses (vehicles over 3500 kg) including trailers.

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

1.3. The program includes steps 1 truck technician, level 3 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

1.4. The program can be completed with step 2 thesis truck mechanic, level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 truck fitter 2 years including basic course. The school teaching in hovedforløbets Step 1 lasts 15 weeks. Step 2 truck mechanic lasts 2 years. The school teaching in hovedforløbets Stage 2 lasts 20 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least three school periods of intervening period of practical training for students at level 1 and at least 3 school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at step 2.

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start teaching in schools program's main program is that students can:



1. perform mechanical separation and assembly of diesel engines and / or petrol engines and account for diesel and / or gasoline engines basic structure and operation, including those four bars

2. perform mechanical separation and collection of steering and brakes on trucks and / or coaches and explain the importance brakes and the steering basic structure and operation of trucks and / or coaches

3. solve common problems by separating the mechanical items for example removing broken screws and bolts as well as repair damaged threads based on knowledge of different types of thread,

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

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

6. carry out simple measurements on electrical circuits based on the reading of the basic wiring diagrams, for example, voltage measurement, current measurement and the measurement of resistance using multimeter

7. The use of mechanical measuring equipment including caliper, micrometer gauge, grade scale and dial gauges,

8. Apply a basic knowledge of science and environmental issues related to the reports for car and / or truck area including various fuels as a policy for sustainable transport. In addition, knowledge of science and environmental aspects of the technological development of vehicles including knowledge of electric and hybrid cars,

9. handle fuel, oil and other common chemicals properly in work in the workshop

10. The use and maintain common hand tools correctly


11. The use of lifting equipment safe way based on the manufacturer's instructions and

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

3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained evidence for the course Occupational Health and Safety, welding and thermal cutting.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2.- 4.3., Is that students can:



1. carry out the work in the workshop based on knowledge of applicable rules of safety and labor and product liability

2. carry out service and repair from the use of manuals and repair manuals in Danish and at least one foreign language

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

4. carrying out inspection, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of lorries braking systems,

5. carry out inspection, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of road vehicles with steering and suspension, including suspension components, chassis, wheels and tires,

6. troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of lorries transmission including repair of switching and transmission devices,

7. perform simple troubleshooting and repair tasks on lorries diesel engines based on a basic knowledge of diesel engines construction and operation, including checks and repairs on the cooling and lubrication systems,

8. servicing of refrigeration and air conditioning systems,

9. perform repair of airbag systems

10. carry out inspection and repair of lights, direction indicators and windscreen wiper / washer systems on trucks.

11 using the appropriate measurement and diagnostic equipment perform simple troubleshooting of electrical systems on trucks based on a fundamental knowledge of measuring technique, electronics, electrical and electronic systems on trucks

12. implement preparing a truck for vision based on knowledge of relevant regulatory requirements for the vehicle.

13. explain the knowledge about international conditions prevailing in the truck industry and perform tasks in relation to an internationalized labor market

14 work environmentally conscious with all tasks within the program's job areas, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,

15. explain the knowledge about entrepreneurship and innovation, including knowledge of the conditions related to business creation,

16. perform complex troubleshooting and repair tasks as well as maintenance of road vehicles with diesel engines, including replacement and repair of motor components, troubleshooting and repairs on diesel injection systems as well as troubleshooting and repair of lastvognsmotorers intake and exhaust systems

17 troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of road vehicles with brake systems, including ABS (Anti Blocking System) Brakes with TCS (Traction Control System) and ESP (Electronic Stability Program)

18. perform installation, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of road vehicles with comfort and safety, for example, distance controlled cruise control system (ACC), speed limiters, electronic pneumatic controlled seats, air conditioning / climate control and engine and interior heaters,

19 troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of road vehicles with electrical supply system including generators, charging systems and starting construction. In addition, troubleshooting and repair of electronic circuit breakers and electrical installations for trucks based on knowledge of the legal requirements for the transport of dangerous goods.

20 troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of steering, suspension and coupling systems on trucks including measuring and adjusting the steering equipment. In addition, metering, adjustment and repair of all steered wheels and axles, as well as troubleshoot, repair, adjustment and programming of electronically controlled air suspension.

21 troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of transmission on trucks, including repair of gearboxes incl. automatic shift differential and hub reduction.


22 troubleshoot and repair of road vehicles with electronic systems from a wide knowledge of both digital and analog electronics and measurement technique including knowledge of transducers, analog to digital conversion, hardware architecture with bus, CPU, memory and I / O devices. In addition, knowledge of the particular standards and protocols for data communication related to the CAN bus.

23. explain the knowledge of technological development and innovation in the truck area with special emphasis on reduction of pressure in the external environment, including the development of engine technology, control systems, alternative fuels, transmission and fuel cell technology that is relevant for trucks,

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

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 16-23, apply for the program step 2 truck mechanic.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

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

5.2. Students need before sitting for a test in step 1 truck fitter, see. Section 6.1., Or before the final test in step 2 truck mechanic, see. Section. 6.2., Have acquired relevant licenses in accordance with the applicable rules.

5.3. Students should begin teaching license immediately after his 18th birthday.

5.4. Internship company chooses instructor and is obliged - for the students who do not pre-training has acquired the (t) license in question - to pay costs within the limits set by the Technical Committee of the curriculum on the basis of the regulatory requirements for the acquisition of the ( t) relevant license.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. The school hosts as part of the last school period, a final test for students who only implement the program step 1 truck fitter. The sample base is a practical task. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.1.1. The objective is to show that the student has acquired vocational and general and personal objectives for the program.

6.2. The school hosts as part of the last school period in step 2 lorry mechanic a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.2.1. Sample basis is a practical assignment where the examination form is a combination of practical and oral elements defined. 6.2.2. The project is done within a time frame of 12 hours. Eleven pulls out at the start of lots tasks whose content is linked to the program's competency.

6.2.2. The assignment is completed at a practical embodiment of the troubleshooting and repair process, contained in the extracted task. In doing so, given the student the opportunity to verbal explaining the applied work process with the practical solution of the task in order to demonstrate his understanding of the practical task implementation.

6.2.3. In the evaluation carried out a comprehensive global assessment of the student's ability to answer the extended duty, as defined. 6.2.2.

6.2.4. The examiners must be present throughout the test.

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

6.3.1. For students who finish the program with step 1 truck fitter, the test set out in section 6.1. be passed. For students who finish the program with step 2 truck mechanic, the test set out in section 6.2. be passed.

6.4. Upon completion of training, including for students who finish the program with step 1 truck fitter, issuing the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.4.1. For students who complete with step 1 truck fitter, applied to the final examination, see. Section 6.1, is passed. For students who complete with step 2 truck mechanic, applied to the result of the final test, see. Section 6.2.

7. Eux-course

7.1. A eux-course encompasses all competence and subjects in the in § 5, paragraph. 1 pt. 1, mentioned education.

7.2. For eux-course addition:




1. The training lasts four years and six months including the basic course, which lasts 40 weeks. The school teaching in the main course usually lasts 70 weeks.

2. The main program is divided into at least four school periods alternating with at least four training periods.

7.3. To begin your studies at school in the main scenario the students shall meet targets for the following basic subjects:



1. Danish C.

2. Foreign language (English) C.

3. Physics C.

4. Mathematics C.

5. Social C.

6. Technology C.

7.4. In the main program students must complete the following courses:



1. Danish A, see. Htx Executive Order.

2. English B referred. Htx Executive Order.

3. Physics B referred. Htx Executive Order.

4. Industrial Technology B, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.

5. Chemistry C provided. Higher preparatory single tender.

6. Mathematics B referred. Htx Executive Order.

7. technical subject B - Production and development, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.

7.5. Each student chooses one of the following electives in the main scenario:



1. Mathematics A, see. Htx Executive Order.

2. German at C provided. Electives Order.

7.6. In addition to basic sample and in Section 6 stated try the following requirements on samples of students at eux-course:



1. One sample in a basic subject in the basic course after extraction of all the student's basic subjects with the test.

2. Six samples in the main program after extraction from upper secondary school subjects. If a student has passed a test in social studies C in the baseline scenario, cf.. No. 1, reduced the number to five.

3. One large project, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.

4. One oral examination based on a written exam, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.

7.6.1. In all secondary subjects given final term marks expressing the degree of the individual student's achievement of the objectives for professional knowledge, insights and methodology in the curriculum at the end of the course. Draw up a teaching description of the individual subjects in accordance with the applicable rules of the HTX-Order.

7.6.2. Job after section 7.6., No. 3, and the project after section 7.6., No. 4 shall be established in the last school period. Samples after section 7.6., Nos. 2-4, held in time in accordance with the relevant upper secondary school exam period.

7.6.3. The project by section 7.6., No. 4, developed in technical subject B - Production and development and at least one subject from the vocational training area or specialization for the student's choice. The project may also be prepared in an additional subjects for student's choice if the student wishes. The project may be organized in conjunction with vocational training final test. The organization may result in the student's final test will take place until six months before the contract term expires.

7.7. The school's overall organization of education to ensure the synergy between vocational training competency, including subjects and secondary subjects by section 7.4., And the progression which is provided by the design of the requirements for the contents of the basic course and the main course, see. Section 7.3., 7.4 . and Section 7.7.5. The distribution of training time be made such that subjects at A-level always finishes to the relevant upper secondary school exam period at the end of the course.

7.7.1. Training time for upper secondary school subjects by section 7.4. and 7.5., laid down in the rules for secondary schools include the overall teacher-led student activities at the school, ie the time, the students participate in various forms of teacher-led instruction and other activities organized by the school for the realization of the subject purposes, including professional and methodological guidance. The concept does not include students' preparation for teaching, the written work and official tests. The school must in the organization of teaching in upper secondary school subjects, where, during the training period included time to examinations, make sure to include the necessary time to do so.

7.7.2. The extent of the written work in upper secondary school subjects are determined in apprenticeship. Pupil time laid down in the rules for secondary schools, the expected time, an average pupil at the level needed to prepare a response to written assignments in the course. Student life does not include internal tests.


7.7.3. The contents of individual upper secondary school subjects is based on a particular training time, see. Section 7.7.1., However, by the concrete organization of the course to be shortened on the basis of completed basic subjects for basic training and skills acquired by students from teaching in vocational training in general for in section 7.7.5. specified hours as mentioned. However, section 7.7.6. Student life, see. Section 7.7.2., Shortened proportionately.

7.7.4. Basic specified in Section 7.3., Included computationally with the same number of hours as the corresponding subjects for the secondary curriculum.

7.7.5. Training time is indicated in hours before and after shortening, see. Section 7.7.3., For subjects etc. at upper secondary level are:
Danish A (260/185).
English B (210/120).
Physics B (190/90).
Industrial Technology B (210/85).
Chemistry C (75/60).
Mathematics B (285/160).
Social C (75/0) (read as a basic subject, see. Section 7.3.).
Technical subject B - Production and development (200 / 87.5).
Major Written Assignment (25/25).
Thesis (25/25).
Electives:
Calculus (125/125).
German at C (75/75).

7.7.6. Elevens optional specialization subjects from vocational education shall be possible to give the school grounds to shorten teaching in upper secondary school subjects by a further 50 hours unless each student has chosen German continuation language C as electives.



Appendix 7

Car Mechanic

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of cars mechanic The overall objective of the student through classroom and workplace training acquire knowledge, skills and competencies in service, maintenance and repair of cars and vans below 3500 kg.

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

1.3. The program includes steps 1 cars fitter, level 3 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

1.4. The program can be completed with step 2 thesis passenger car mechanic, level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 cars fitter 2 years including basic course. The school teaching in hovedforløbets Step 1 lasts 15 weeks. Step 2 cars mechanic lasts 2 years. The school teaching in hovedforløbets Stage 2 lasts 20 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least three school periods of intervening period of practical training for students at level 1 and at least 3 school periods with intervening periods of practical training for students at step 2.

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start teaching in schools program's main program is that students can:



1. perform mechanical separation and collection of diesel and / or gasoline engines and account for diesel and / or petrol engines basic structure and operation, including those four bars

2. perform mechanical separation and collection of steering and brakes on cars and / or trucks and explain the importance brakes and the steering basic structure and operation of passenger cars and / or trucks,

3. solve common problems by separating the mechanical items for example removing broken screws and bolts as well as repair damaged threads based on knowledge of different types of thread,

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

5. explain a basic knowledge of electrical components and circuits, for example, knowledge of resistors, capacitors, inductors, diodes, transistors or LEDs. In addition, knowledge of series and parallel circuits, rectifier circuits and basic digital circuit

6. carry out simple measurements on electrical circuits based on the reading of the basic wiring diagrams, for example, voltage measurement, current measurement and the measurement of resistance using multimeter

7. The use of mechanical measuring equipment including caliper, micrometer gauge, grade scale and dial gauges,

8. Apply a basic knowledge of science and environmental issues related to the reports for car and / or truck area including various fuels as important for sustainable driving. In addition, knowledge of science and environmental aspects of the technological development of vehicles including a basic knowledge of electric and hybrid cars,


9. handle gasoline, oil and other common chemicals properly in work in the workshop

10. The use and maintain common hand tools correctly

11. The use of commonly occurring lifting equipment in the workshop safe way based on the manufacturer's instructions

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

3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained evidence for the course Occupational Health and Safety, welding and thermal cutting.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2.- 4.3., Is that students can:



1. carry out the work in the workshop based on knowledge of applicable rules of safety and labor and product liability

2. carry out service and repair from the use of manuals and repair manuals in Danish and at least one foreign language

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

4. carrying out inspection, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of personvognes braking systems including explain a basic knowledge of ABS-importance brakes structure and function

5. carry out inspection, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of personvognes steering and suspension, including measuring and adjusting wheel angles inspection and repair of suspension, suspension components, wheels and tires,

6. troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of personvognes transmission including repair of switching and transmission devices,

7. perform simple troubleshooting and repair tasks on personvognes diesel and petrol engines based on a basic knowledge of diesel and petrol engines structure and function, including checks and repairs on the cooling and lubrication systems,

8. servicing of refrigeration and air conditioning systems,

9. perform bonding windows and repair of stone chips,

10. carry out inspection and repair of lights, direction indicators and windscreen wiper / washer systems of coaches.

11 using the appropriate measurement and diagnostic equipment perform simple troubleshooting of electrical systems on cars based on a fundamental knowledge of measuring technique, electronics, electrical and electronic systems on cars,

12. implement a safety test of coaches.

13 work environmentally conscious with all tasks within the program's job areas, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,

14. demonstrate a basic understanding of entrepreneurship and innovation, including knowledge of the conditions related to business creation,

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

16 troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of personvognes brake systems, including ABS (Anti Blocking System) Brakes with TCS (Traction Control System) and ESP (Electronic Stability Program).

17 troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of personvognes comfort and safety, including airbag systems

18 troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of personvognes electrical supply system including generators, charging systems and starting construction. In addition, troubleshooting and repair of electric car supply unit based on knowledge of electrical safety in the high values ​​of DC voltage and DC

19 troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of steering and suspension including electrohydraulic (EHPS) and electromechanical (EPS) power steering system. Moreover implement 4-wheel alignment with electronic 4-wheel alignment equipment.

20 troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of transmission of coaches, including repair of gearboxes incl. automatic switching,


21 troubleshoot and repair personvognes electronic systems based on a broad knowledge of both digital and analog electronics and measurement technique including knowledge of transducers, analog to digital conversion, hardware architecture with bus, CPU, memory and I / O devices. In addition, knowledge of the particular standards and protocols for data communication related to the CAN bus.

22. explain the knowledge about technological development and innovation in the passenger car sector with special emphasis on reduction of pressure in the external environment, for example the development of electric cars, engine technology, control systems, alternative fuels, transmission and fuel cell technology that is relevant to the passenger car sector,

23. explain the knowledge about international conditions prevailing in the passenger business and perform tasks in relation to an internationalized labor market

24. implement a professional communications based on knowledge of various forms and methods including information retrieval and professional communication in English,

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-14, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 15-24 apply for the program step 2 cars mechanic.
Fifth The organization of school instruction and training

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

5.2. Students need before sitting for a test in step 1 cars installer, see. Section 6.1., Or before the final test in step 2 cars mechanic, see. Section. 6.2., Have acquired relevant licenses in accordance with the applicable rules.

5.3. Students should begin teaching license immediately after his 18th birthday.

5.4. Internship company chooses instructor and is obliged - for the students who do not pre-training has acquired the license in question - to pay costs within the limits set by the Technical Committee of the curriculum on the basis of the regulatory requirements for the acquisition of the appropriate license.
6th Evaluation and evidence etc..

6.1. The school hosts as part of the last school period a final exam for students who are merely implementing the program step 1 cars fitter. The sample base is a practical task. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.1.1. The objective is to show that the student has acquired vocational and general and personal objectives for the program.

6.2. The school hosts as part of the last school period in step 2, cars mechanic a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.2.1. Sample basis is a practical assignment where the examination form is a combination of practical and oral elements defined. 6.2.2. The project is done within a time frame of 12 hours. Eleven pulls out at the start of lots tasks whose content is linked to the program's competency.

6.2.2. The assignment is completed at a practical embodiment of the troubleshooting and repair process, contained in the extracted task. In doing so, given the student the opportunity to verbal explaining the applied work process with the practical solution of the task in order to demonstrate his understanding of the practical task implementation.

6.2.3. In the evaluation carried out a comprehensive global assessment of the student's ability to answer the extended duty, as defined. 6.2.2.

6.2.4. The examiners must be present throughout the test.

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

6.3.1. For students who finish the program with step 1 cars fitter, the test set out in section 6.1. be passed. For students who finish the program with step 2 cars mechanic, the test set out in section 6.2. be passed.

6.4. Upon completion of training, including for students who finish the program with step 1 cars fitter, issuing the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.


6.4.1. For students who complete with step 1 cars fitter, applied to the final examination, see. Section 6.1, is passed. For students who complete with step 2 passenger car mechanic, applied to the result of the final test, see. Section 6.2.

7. Eux-course

7.1. A eux-course encompasses all competence and subjects in the in § 5, paragraph. 1 pt. 2, mentioned education.

7.2. For eux-course addition:



1. The training lasts four years and six months including the basic course, which lasts 40 weeks. The school teaching in the main course usually lasts 70 weeks.

2. The main program is divided into at least four school periods alternating with at least four training periods.

7.3. To begin your studies at school in the main scenario the students shall meet targets for the following basic subjects:



1. Danish C.

2. Foreign language (English) C.

3. Physics C.

4. Mathematics C.

5. Social C.

6. Technology C.

7.4. In the main program students must complete the following courses:



1. Danish A, see. Htx Executive Order.

2. English B referred. Htx Executive Order.

3. Physics B referred. Htx Executive Order.

4. Industrial Technology B, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.

5. Chemistry C provided. Higher preparatory single tender.

6. Mathematics B referred. Htx Executive Order.

7. technical subject B - Production and development, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.

7.5. Each student chooses one of the following electives in the main scenario:



1. Mathematics A, see. Htx Executive Order.

2. German at C provided. Electives Order.

7.6. In addition to basic sample and in Section 6 stated try the following requirements on samples of students at eux-course:



1. One sample in a basic subject in the basic course after extraction of all the student's basic subjects with the test.

2. Six samples in the main program after extraction from upper secondary school subjects. If a student has passed a test in social studies C in the baseline scenario, cf.. No. 1, reduced the number to five.

3. One large project, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.

4. One oral examination based on a written exam, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.

7.6.1. In all secondary subjects given final term marks expressing the degree of the individual student's achievement of the objectives for professional knowledge, insights and methodology in the curriculum at the end of the course. Draw up a teaching description of the individual subjects in accordance with the applicable rules of the HTX-Order.

7.6.2. Job after section 7.6., No. 3, and the project after section 7.6., No. 4 shall be established in the last school period. Samples after section 7.6., Nos. 2-4, held in time in accordance with the relevant upper secondary school exam period.

7.6.3. The project by section 7.6., No. 4, developed in technical subject B - Production and development and at least one subject from the vocational training area or specialization for the student's choice. The project may also be prepared in an additional subjects for student's choice if the student wishes. The project may be organized in conjunction with vocational training final test. The organization may result in the student's final test will take place until six months before the contract term expires.

7.7. The school's overall organization of education to ensure the synergy between vocational training competency, including subjects and secondary subjects by section 7.4., And the progression which is provided by the design of the requirements for the contents of the basic course and the main course, see. Section 7.3., 7.4 . and Section 7.7.5. The distribution of training time be made such that subjects at A-level always finishes to the relevant upper secondary school exam period at the end of the course.


7.7.1. Training time for upper secondary school subjects by section 7.4. and 7.5., laid down in the rules for secondary schools include the overall teacher-led student activities at the school, ie the time, the students participate in various forms of teacher-led instruction and other activities organized by the school for the realization of the subject purposes, including professional and methodological guidance. The concept does not include students' preparation for teaching, the written work and official tests. The school must in the organization of teaching in upper secondary school subjects, where, during the training period included time to examinations, make sure to include the necessary time to do so.

7.7.2. The extent of the written work in upper secondary school subjects are determined in apprenticeship. Pupil time laid down in the rules for secondary schools, the expected time, an average pupil at the level needed to prepare a response to written assignments in the course. Student life does not include internal tests.

7.7.3. The contents of individual upper secondary school subjects is based on a particular training time, see. Section 7.7.1., However, by the concrete organization of the course to be shortened on the basis of completed basic subjects for basic training and skills acquired by students from teaching in vocational training in general for in section 7.7.5. specified hours as mentioned. However, section 7.7.6. Student life, see. Section 7.7.2., Shortened proportionately.

7.7.4. Basic specified in Section 7.3., Included computationally with the same number of hours as the corresponding subjects for the secondary curriculum.

7.7.5. Training time is indicated in hours before and after shortening, see. Section 7.7.3., For subjects etc. at upper secondary level are:
Danish A (260/185).
English B (210/120).
Physics B (190/90).
Industrial Technology B (210/85).
Chemistry C (75/60).
Mathematics B (285/160).
Social C (75/0) (read as a basic subject, see. Section 7.3.).
Technical subject B - Production and development (200 / 87.5).
Major Written Assignment (25/25).
Thesis (25/25).
Electives:
Calculus (125/125).
German at C (75/75).

7.7.6. Elevens optional specialization subjects from vocational education shall be possible to give the school grounds to shorten teaching in upper secondary school subjects by a further 50 hours unless each student has chosen German continuation language C as electives.



Appendix 8

Carriage painter
first The program's purpose and division

1.1. Training of car paint the main purpose of the student through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:



1. An autonomous, creative, innovative and experienced planning, description and execution of carriage repainting taking into account the quality, productivity and aesthetic conditions.

2. Ensuring personal safety, workplace health and safety as well as the close, the surrounding and the global environment.

3. Cooperation with other professionals at work in terms of planning, organization and execution of tasks.

4. Accountability, autonomy, flexibility and commitment in the execution of the subject work.

5. Industry's business development, continuing education and the basis for building their own business.

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals within the specialization program.

1.3. The program is completed with the thesis carriage painter, level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.
Second Duration of training and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts 3½ years including basic course. The school teaching in the main course usually lasts 25 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least three school periods with intervening practice periods.
Third Special competence prior to school education in the main scenario

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start teaching in schools program's main program is that students can:



1. make color mixture from the colors basic mixing properties,

2. professional guidance select a product to a task,

3. vocational guidance included in the common tasks in a carriage painter company,

4. Make cleaning, preparation and floor treatment to the subject's basic maintenance tasks

5. paint small auto issues under the academic guidance

6. plan their work safety and health properly, including the use of code labeling rules on selection of personal protective equipment


7. Use tools, tools and material safe way and

8. explain the physical, chemical and mathematical relationships within corrosion learn, pressure, volume and area calculation, flow and film thickness.

3.2. To begin the program's main program, pupils in addition to meeting the competence objectives in 3.1. pass the basic test and have obtained documentation to meet WEA educational requirements to work with styrene-containing products.
Fourth Competency for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:



1. communicate with customers and partners, to participate in conflict resolution and solving safety problems and relate to the working environment and the external environment on the health and quality of life

2. plan their work, using computer systems to standard workload and pricing, use costing and seek information on materials engineering, environmental and occupational health and economic specifications in written and electronic media

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

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

5. make color analysis, color mixing and color imitation with the most current tools and electronic aids taking into account the colors mental, physical, aesthetic and mixing properties,

6. make correct choice of materials for all elements of the production and use and evaluate the connection between tools, equipment, materials and techniques by gluing of auto plastic parts, preparation of the base of the building to the final finish paint, special guard, finished painting with different materials and injection techniques, power coating, different drying techniques , decoration techniques and finishing with various finishing methods,

7. comply with rules and safety regulations, identify and describe the causes of problems in the work environment and develop proposals for problem solving and

8. use industry relevant skills in academic reading, in oral and written communication and use information to relevant communication and information, including orally and in writing to participate in academic and public debate.

Fifth The organization of school instruction and training

5.1. The interaction between school and practice activities described in the curriculum within the general framework set out in the Order on vocational training.
6th Evaluation and evidence etc..

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

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

6.1.2. The written exam lasts 4 hours and consists of tasks within the area subject surveying and cost calculation as well as specialty course materials science 3. Reference topics including the student's own notes and calculators may be used.

6.1.3. The practical examination in specialization items in a total of 33 hours and consists of tasks within the following disciplines with the specified intended use of the time.



1. Behandlingsopbygninger finishing 20 hours.

2. Installation and painting of ornaments 5 hours.

3. Finish Painting with relevant products 5 hours.

4. Color imitation 3 hours.

6.1.4. A grade for each sample. The grade of the written exam are included with ¼ of the total grade, and the nature of the practical exam part with ¾ of the total grade. Eleven have passed the journeyman test, if the weighted average of the two examination marks at least equivalent to consist character.

6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character in each of hovedforløbets area subjects and compulsory specialization. The rules in the curriculum of individual subjects may subject exemption from this requirement. Subjects that should not be passed, and subjects, is not given in nature, must be conducted under the rules of the profession.


6.3. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal training (apprenticeship) to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.3.1. The Technical Committee may endorse companion letter of award for a job well apprenticeship with denominations praise, bronze medal and silver medal.

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