Order On Education In Vocational Common Input Stream Management And It

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

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Overview (table of contents)

Appendix 1

Automation and process training


Appendix 2

Data and communications training


Appendix 3

electrician


Appendix 4

Electronics and weak current training


Appendix 5

Electronics Operator


Appendix 6

Supply Operator


Appendix 7

Frontline pc-supporter


Appendix 8

Frontline radio-television supporter


Appendix 9

Process Operator


Annex 10

Theater, exhibition and event technician


The full text
Order on education in vocational common input stream management and IT
Pursuant to § 4, paragraph. 2 of the Act on vocational training under. Legislative Decree no. 171 of 2 March 2011, and partly by the relevant trade committee as defined under the Act. § 38 paragraph. 2, and pursuant to § 4, paragraph. 1 and § 7, paragraph. 3 of Law no. 578 of 1 June 2010 study qualifying exam for vocational training (eux) etc. are fixed:

§ 1. Vocational common input power, control, and it includes programs with functions and competence communities within the following main employment area: Installation, troubleshooting, testing, repair and maintenance of IT systems and technical systems in construction, residential and commercial.

§ 2. The following vocational assigned to this entry:

1) automation and process training. See Appendix 1.

2) Data and communication program, cf.. Annex 2.

3) Electrician, see. Annex 3.

4) Electronics and weak current program, cf.. Annex 4.

5) Electronics Operator see. Appendix 5.

6) Supply Operator see. Annex 6

7) Frontline pc-supporter, see. Annex 7

8) Frontline radio-television supporter, see. Annex 8

9) Process Operator see. Annex 9

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

PCS. 2. in paragraph. 1, no. 10, said the training has restricted access to school education for students without training agreement.

PCS. 3. The basic course can not be replaced by basic practical training in a company (new apprenticeship) in accordance with paragraph. 1 pt. 3 and 10, mentioned education.

§ 3. The recommended duration of school education in the compulsory part of the basic course is 20 weeks.

§ 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) selecting and applying appropriate materials, components, tools, measuring instruments, equipment and machinery for simple professional tasks within the entry's education

2) use the technical documentation relevant to the input programs in connection with the execution of jobområdernes tasks

3) perform his duties safety and environmentally responsible manner in accordance with applicable rules

4) demonstrate knowledge of the service concept, customer psychology and the determining factors in relation to perform a good customer service, both internal and external,

5) demonstrate knowledge of their own role in business organizations that are relevant for the entry education, including cooperation with various professional groups, and the importance of being flexible and perform quality assurance of their own work in relation to the entry's education

6) perform structured troubleshooting the relevant circuit under the guidance and solve individual tasks in maintenance and operation and

7) demonstrate knowledge of the work organization and planning.

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, 0.5 weeks.

2) Information technology, level F.

PCS. 3. 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) automation and process training, automation engineer, automation engineer in electrical industry and automation technician in the elevator industry.

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


3) Electrician, specialization building automation, installation engineering, communication technology and control and regulation technology.

4) Electronics and weak current training Electronics technician.

5) Process Operator.

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.

Commencement and transitional provisions

§ 7. This Order shall enter into force on 15 July 2013.

PCS. 2. Order no. 509 of 31 May 2012 on education in vocational common input stream management and IT repealed.

PCS. 3. The provisions of the paragraph. 2, the notice still apply to students who have started an educational foundation course or main course, so that the student can carry respectively basic course or main course after the previous rules, see. However paragraph. 4.

PCS. 4. 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 15, 2013
PMV
Lars Mortensen

Head of Department / Dennis Lindberg Laursen



Appendix 1

Automation and process training

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Automation and process training the main purpose, to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Installation, commissioning, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance tasks including operation and service performed on automated machines and systems, which use pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical, electronic and mechanical elements presented, including elevators, robotic equipment, vision systems, and communication systems.
Second Installation, debug, debug, adjustment and maintenance tasks in electro-mechanical systems, including windings for electric motors, generators, transformers and other electromechanical equipment and operation and service.
Third Operation and service of process plant and adjustments and optimizations of installations.
Fourth Repair and maintenance of machinery and production including mechanical repairs and alignments.

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

1.3. The program includes steps 1 automation engineer, level 3 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning, which is a step in the program specializations.

1.4. The program can be completed with the following specialties (step 2), level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning:
first Automation technician.
Second Automation Technician in electrical industry.
Third Automation Technologies in the elevator industry.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program's step 1, automation technician, takes two years, including the basic course, which school education is 20 weeks in the main program. The program's specializations (step 2) products for two years, of which school education is 20 weeks for the thesis automation technician and 25 weeks for the specialties automation engineer in electrical industry and automation technician in the elevator industry.

2.2. School classes in the main program in step 1 is divided into at least two school periods. For the thesis automation technician will extend this with at least two school periods and specialties automation engineer in electrical industry and automation technician in the elevator industry will extend this at least three school periods.

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first participate in the construction and commissioning under the guidance and assist in troubleshooting the less automatic systems using controls, based on PLC, relay or pneumatic components
second assist in the operation and monitoring of automated production under the guidance and to make changes in pneumatic controls,
third produce simple mechanical issues under the guidance and mounting and dismounting of electromechanical components
fourth produce simple elektroviklinger under the guidance and install and test a development as well as troubleshoot and debug on development using measuring equipment
fifth apply existing laws and regulations, including heavy current regulations when working with the automatic machines and windings, including produce / edit the corresponding documentation,

6th use and maintain hand tools, measuring instruments, mechanical measuring tools, including performing mechanical and electrical measurements and assess measurement quality through calculations
7th selecting components, install and commission a pneumatic control. Eleven In this connection read pneumatikdokumentation and comply with applicable safety regulations for work on compressed air systems and
8th work with the English language, similar to the core subject English, level F.

3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to in section 3.1. mentioned skills also have completed it by the labor inspectorate approved course "Personal safety when working with epoxy and isocyanates".

3.3. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.5., Is that students can:
first build, operate, maintain, troubleshoot and debug the controls,
second commission, maintain, troubleshoot and calculate the engines
third build, operate, maintain, troubleshoot and debug on automatic machines and systems containing PLC controls,
fourth build, operate, maintain, troubleshoot and debug on automatic machines and systems containing hydraulic and pneumatic circuits,
fifth work environment conscious with all tasks within the program's job areas, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,
6th build, operate, calibrate and optimize the process plant,
7th build, operate, troubleshoot and debug complex PLC applications in network and process monitoring,
8th troubleshoot and debug of electronic modules included in automated machines and systems,
9th assemble, build and commission the complex automatic machines and systems including performing maintenance and troubleshooting and debugging,
10th alter product and including maintenance documentation and provide instruction to users
11th create and customize items by machining (with machines and hand tools)
12th perform winding of motors, generators and transformers,
13th assist in the inspection and maintenance of elevators, escalators and moving walks,
14th engage in change processes by optimizing and streamlining service functions and productions
15th read and use technical documentation in Danish and foreign languages ​​and
16th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-5 and no. 14 - 16 applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 6-10, the specialization program automation technician.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 6-12, the specialization program automation engineer in electrical industry.

4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 6-10 and 13, the specialization program automation technician in the elevator industry.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

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

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in the program step 1, automation technician, holds the school a final test, which consists of a practical project.

6.3. As part of the last school period of specialization 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.

6.3.1. The final examination consists of the specialties of a diagnostic test and a practical assignment with oral examination. The tasks set by the school in consultation with the trade committee.

6.3.1.1. Troubleshooting exam includes systematic troubleshooting on industry typically equipment with emphasis on system understanding and systematic troubleshooting procedure. The aids, which are used in teaching, should be used. The task assigned by lot. The examiners are present throughout the test. The task is solved within a duration of 20 minutes.


6.3.1.2. In the specialties included in addition to the in section 6.3.1.1. said diagnostic test an oral test of 20 minutes duration, which is based on a training mission, which includes construction, commissioning and project documentation of a machine. The work is a collaboration between a maximum of four students. The task assigned by lot. The task is solved within a duration of 10 days of instruction. The oral examination, which is based on the project documentation of the internship assignment, settled in the dialogue between the teacher and the individual student. The student has 20 minutes to prepare.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who finish the program with step 1, automatic installer, the examination must be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program with a level 2 specialization, each of the Section 6.3.1.1. and 6.3.1.2. said tests have been passed.

6.7. For students who finish the program with a level 2 specialization, each subsample in companion test be passed. The final apprenticeship exam grade is an average of all sub-marks.

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

6.9. For vocational training, implemented as an optional specialization or vocational superstructure, used the assessment "Pass / Fail".

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:
first The program lasts four years and six months including the basic course, which lasts 40 weeks. School classes in the main program items 68.4 weeks.
Second 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:
first Danish C.
second Foreign language (English) C.
third Physics C.
fourth Mathematics C.
fifth Social C.
6th Technology C.

7.4. In the main program students must complete the following courses:
first Danish A, see. Htx Executive Order.
Second English B referred. Htx Executive Order.
Third Physics B referred. Htx Executive Order.
Fourth Industrial Technology B, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.
Fifth Chemistry C provided. Higher preparatory single tender.
6th Mathematics B referred. Htx Executive Order.
7th 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:
first Mathematics A, see. Htx Executive Order.
Second 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:
first One sample in a basic subject in the basic course after extraction of all the student's basic subjects with the test.
Second 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.
Third One large project, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.
Fourth 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 will be organized with the VET 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 (210/135).
Physics B (190/65) (the specialty auto technician however 190/90).
Industrial Technology B (210/60) (the specialty auto technician however 210/85).
Chemistry C (75/75).
Mathematics B (285/100) (for the thesis automation technician however 285/125).
Social C (75/0) (read as a basic subject, see. Section 7.3.).
Technical subject B - Production and development (200/50) (the specialty auto technician however 200/100).
Major Written Assignment (25/25).
Thesis (25/15).
Electives:
Calculus (125/125).
German at C (75/75).

7.7.6. Elevens optional specialization shall be possible to give the school grounds to shorten teaching in upper secondary school subjects by a further 50 hours unless the student has chosen German continuation language C as electives, see. Section 7.7.5.



Appendix 2

Data and communication training

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of data and communication has as its main purpose to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Design, planning, construction / installation, configuration, administration and maintenance of advanced server and network solutions, including the design and implementation of security solutions, as well as troubleshooting and debugging the system and module level.
Second Structured working methods for the delivery of IT services.
Third Programming engineering and design, construction and implementation of database solutions.
Fourth Advanced application development of IT systems and applications with associated integration of security solutions.
Fifth Program development from standardized programming and project management methods.
6th Construction, installation, configuration, testing, maintenance, upgrades, troubleshooting, and repair of PCs, servers and network with associated peripherals at system and module level, as well as customization and upgrades of operating systems and applications.

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

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

1.3. The program includes the following steps 1, Level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning:
first Telecommunications Installation Technician (step 1 of the thesis telecommunications system technician).
Second It supporter (step 1 of the thesis data technician specializing in infrastructure).

1.4. The program can be completed with the following specialties:
first Telecom Systems Technician (step 2), level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.
Second Data Technician specializing in infrastructure (step 2), level 5 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.
Third Data Technician specializing in programming, level 5 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. Training of telecom installation technician (step 1) lasts three years, including the basic course, which school education in the main scenario is 25 weeks. The program for the thesis telecommunications system technician (step 2) items for a further year, of which school education in the main scenario represents 15 weeks. Training of IT support (step 1) is two years and six months, including the basic course, which school education in the main scenario is 25 weeks. Training of data technician specializing in infrastructure (step 2) items for two years and six months, of which school education in the main scenario represents 30 weeks. Training of data technician specializing in programming lasts five years, including the basic course, which school education in the main scenario is 55 weeks.

2.2. The school teaching in the main scenario for telecom installation technician (step 1) and IT supporter (step 1) is divided into at least three school periods. For the specialties telecommunications system technician (step 2) and data technician specializing in infrastructure (step 2) extended this with at least three school periods. For the thesis data technician specializing in programming divided school education in the main scenario for at least six school periods.

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first taking into account ESD correctly (Electro Static Discharge) handling, make building, configuring and testing of computers on module level, and may also upgrade computers at installation, replacement and configuration of internal devices
second taking into account ESD correctly (Electro Static Discharge) handling with relevant measuring instruments and diagnostic programs, troubleshoot and repair of computers on module level, and can also perform functional testing using appropriate test programs and in accordance with the relevant documentation
3 . install, configure and upgrade a client operating system on a computer, and can also make debugging, installation and configuration of drivers for internal and external devices
fourth make customizing a client operating system, including administration of local user groups and rights, as well as the configuration of the system in relation to the use of a Workgroup or Domain network and in relation to the remote and VPN (Virtual Private Network) access,
5 . make installation of cables, connectors, Switches, Routers, etc. in a LAN (Local Area Network) network, including troubleshooting and debugging on the network in terms of localization and replacement of faulty connector, and can in this regard apply knowledge of troubleshooting techniques and the practical use of tools such as multimeter and cable tester
6th under the guidance and with the help of the relevant tools perform troubleshooting and debugging on a LAN (Local Area Network) network
7th under the guidance work to implement security in a typical network environment wide-share, file and login security on a local computer and account security on a network, and make installation of antivirus software on computers
8th produce small, simple programs using a programming software, including use knowledge of programming and basic program design and development,
9th in work in the field of data and communications, use of professional and technical terms in both Danish and a relevant foreign language, similar to the core subject English at level F and
10th in work in the field of data and communications, work with IT and IT tools, similar to the basic subject Information technology, level E.

3.2. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course


4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.7., Is that students can:
first perform installation and basic configuration of network devices and troubleshoot the network in connection with the construction and maintenance of local area networks,
second participate in the design and construction of small local area network, including make installation and configuration of devices in a network
third instruct, guide and service users
fourth work, taking into account proper ESD (Electro Static Discharge) and EMC (Electro Magnetic Compatibility) handling and in accordance with applicable safety and environmental regulations
fifth engage in change processes by optimizing and streamlining of production,
6th make installation and configuration of connections and devices on a network, and troubleshoot network in connection with the construction and maintenance of local area networks with external connection,
7th install, upgrade, configure and use a server operating system, including make user and resource administration, installation and configuration of tools and safety
8th sizing, install, configure and upgrade a computer / server with associated hardware and software, including debug module level
9th install, upgrade, configure, manage and maintain network servers, including troubleshooting and debugging,
10th install and set up various types of backup,
11th plan, install, configure, maintain and manage mixed and advanced server solutions
12th design, build, maintain and manage advanced and scalable network solutions, including making installation and configuration of devices, and use advanced analysis and debugging tools
13th participate in the planning and configuration of network-based backup solutions, including troubleshooting and debugging,
14th analyzing security on a network, including design, plan, implement and deploy security solutions in a network
15th plan and build wireless networks taking into account the full coverage and security
16th participate in the design, installation, configuration and maintenance of IP telephony solutions
17th work from structured methods for delivery of IT services,
18th handling local security and security policies on a network
19th make structured program development and use development and debugging tools, and prepare documentation of programming solutions
20th design, develop and implement databases, including the use of related programming
21st participate in the preparation of specifications,
22nd use technologies and tools for the development of systems for mobile devices
23rd develop scripts and small programs using a scripting language
24th use different programming languages ​​and including filter the type of program development of IT systems, standalone applications, client-server applications, distributed applications and web applications
25th make application development on embedded systems, including to use the associated development systems
26th program development using standard programming methodologies,
27th program development using standard project management methods
28th design, plan and develop applications that make use of a development language associated security tools and can further develop program solutions that contain the necessary security solutions to a given task,
29th complete installation and setup of the wireless network, including setting up encryption and controlling access to the network, taking into account the associated security issues,
30th prepare and apply it to industry associated documentation in both Danish and foreign
31st participate in the design and construction of local area network with standard network components, including configuration and documentation thereof
32nd make customer installation of typical telecom products and additional installation parts, including troubleshoot installations
33rd implement service on products that contain analog and digital technology, including the use of measuring instruments
34th describe various communications overall structures and contexts, including different topologies and structures used in telephone networks, computer networks, Internet etc.
35th perform customer installation of different access types including hook up and testing of associated equipment
36th assist with installation, configuration, commissioning, indmåling and debugging on the transmission network and related equipment

37th describe various current wireless technologies, including the devices and techniques used in connection therewith with related security issues,
38th apply concepts around telefoncentralers basic functions, operation and facilities, including hardware and software configuration, and assist in setting up, testing and troubleshooting of current products
39th explain the digital exchange technology and the hierarchy of the telephone network and subscription facilities and associated subscription data, and can also obtain knowledge of other current technologies, including assist in setting up and interconnecting them,
40th explain the different technologies, connectivity principles, protocols, and network devices, which are typically used for connection to external networks, and can make setup and configuration thereof, and make a structured troubleshooting using appropriate tools
41st make installation, setup and connection of relevant industry products, including troubleshooting and debugging of installations in accordance with applicable rules and based on customer requirements suggest solutions,
42nd spell leased lines, and can make the establishment and indmåling thereof and inform on alternative networks
43rd account for different transmission techniques, including the basic principles around data structure, bit contexts, multiplexing and optical signals
44th plan and build wireless networks taking into account the full coverage and security, and explain the most suitable mobile and wireless carrier net in relation to a given application, including the tools and techniques offered in connection therewith,
45th spell out the basic principles, architectures, standards and issues in IP (Internet Protocol) -based telephony, as well as design, install, connect, configure and maintain smaller IP telephony solutions and
46th function test, troubleshoot and debug on the industry's equipment for modular and block level, including the use of appropriate equipment.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-5, 17 and 30 applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 8, 31-39 and 46 apply for the program step telecom installation technician.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 6-7 and 40-45, the specialization program telecommunications system technician.

4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 6-10, 23 and 29 shall apply to the program steps IT supporter.

4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 11 - 16 and 18-22 apply to the specialization program data technician specializing in infrastructure.

4.7. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 6-10 and 19-29, the specialization program data technician specializing in programming.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

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

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.

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

6.2.1. The final examination for IT support, telecommunications installation technician and thesis telecommunications system technician consists of a practical and an oral examination. The practical test consists of systematic troubleshooting to the module level of industry typical equipment with emphasis on system understanding and systematic troubleshooting procedure. The aids, which are used in teaching, should be used. The task assigned by lot.

6.2.1.1. The final examination for IT support consists in addition in Section 6.2.1. that sample, an individual oral examination based on a practical task. The work includes the construction, commissioning and project documentation of a corporate network. The task is a collaboration between a maximum of four students. The task assigned by lot. The assignment is produced within a period of two teaching weeks, while the oral exam lasts 20 minutes including assessment. After completion handing each student a product-information.


6.2.1.2. The final examination of the telecom installation technician consists in addition in Section 6.2.1. that sample, an individual oral examination based on a practical task, which includes building and project documentation of a telecommunications equipment to a facility. The task is a collaboration between a maximum of four students. The task assigned by lot. The assignment is produced within a duration of three days of instruction, while the oral exam lasts 20 minutes including assessment. After completion handing each student a Project documentation.

6.2.1.3. The final examination of the thesis telecommunications system technician consists in addition in Section 6.2.1. that sample, an individual oral examination based on a practical task, which includes building and project documentation of a telecommunications equipment or installation. The task is a collaboration between a maximum of two students. The task assigned by lot. The assignment is produced within a duration of three days of instruction, while the oral exam lasts 20 minutes including assessment. After completion handing each student a Project documentation.

6.2.2. The final examination for data technician specializing in infrastructure and data technician specializing in programming consists of the solution of a project assignment and oral presentation. The project is based on a project formulation, with associated requirements specification, the pupil draw from a project head case description, and the resolution of project task consists in building a product based on the requirements specification, and preparation of, respectively, a product and a process report. The product includes building an advanced system, which must comply with the specified requirements. The project report includes requirements specification, instructions, product documentation and documents, and process the report include problem definition, project planning, logbook and conclusion. The work is a collaboration between a maximum of four students. The student chooses the project assignment at the beginning of the last school period, and the project report prepared within a period of four weeks of teaching. After completion handing pupils product and process reports.

6.2.2.1. The oral presentation based on the project task product and associated product and process report, where the emphasis is on the student presentation and understanding of the project and whether the product meets the specified requirements. The aids, which are used in teaching, should be used. The presentation takes place as an individual oral examination, which lasts 20 minutes including assessment. In the overall assessment included the oral presentation by three quarters, and product and process report with a fourth part.

6.3. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have obtained at least be rated as average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character of each region and 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, the test set out in section 6.2. be passed.

6.3.2. In the assessment of each of the samples listed in section 6.2.1.1 - 6.2.1.3 and section 6.2.2.1, the examiners after deliberation single character.

6.3.3. The test is passed when the student has obtained pass mark for each of the samples included in the program. The final exam grade is calculated as an average of the grades of the samples included in the total sample, see. 6.2.1.1. - 6.2.1.3 and 6.2.2.1.

6.3.4. The school must submit information about the exam grade for the academic committee within one week of testing the presentation.

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.

6.5. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure, used the assessment "Pass / Fail".

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:
first The training lasts five years and six months inclusive of the basic course, which lasts 40 weeks. School classes in the main program items 87.4 weeks.
Second The main program is divided into at least five school periods alternating with at least five practice periods.

7.3. To begin your studies at school in the main scenario the students shall meet targets for the following basic subjects:
first Danish C.
second Foreign language (English) C.
third Physics C.
fourth Mathematics C.
fifth Social C.
6th Technology C.


7.4. In the main program students must complete the following courses:
first Danish A, see. Htx Executive Order.
Second English B referred. Htx Executive Order.
Third Physics B referred. Htx Executive Order.
Fourth Industrial Technology B, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.
Fifth Information B referred. Htx Executive Order.
6th Chemistry C provided. Higher preparatory single tender.
7th Mathematics B referred. Htx Executive Order.

7.5. Each student chooses one of the following electives in the main scenario:
first Mathematics A, see. Htx Executive Order.
Second Programming 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:
first One sample in a basic subject in the basic course after extraction of all the student's basic subjects with the test.
Second 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.
Third One large project, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.
Fourth 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, made in information technology B 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 will be organized with the VET 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 (210/135).
Physics B (190/90).
Industrial Technology B (210/85).
Information Technology B (200/75).
Chemistry C (75/75).
Mathematics B (285/125).

Social C (75/0) (read as a basic subject, see. Section 7.3.).
Major Written Assignment (25/25).
Thesis (25/15).
Electives:
Calculus (125/125).
Programming C (75/75).

7.7.6. Elevens optional specialization shall be possible to give the school grounds to shorten teaching in upper secondary school subjects by a further 50 hours unless the student has chosen programming C as electives, see. Section 7.7.5.



Appendix 3

Electrician

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training to be an electrician The overall objective of the students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Installation, programming, commissioning, troubleshooting and maintenance electrical installations in residential, commercial and industrial.
Second Installation, programming, commissioning, troubleshooting and maintenance of automatic systems and associated networks in residential, commercial and industrial.
Third Installation, programming, commissioning and troubleshooting of telecommunications, data and signaling systems, and associated networks in residential, commercial and industrial.
Fourth Connection of electrical installations to the grid.
Fifth Customer service and advice.
6th Safe work environment as well as electrical safety in the workplace and for end users.

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:
first Building automation, level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.
Second Electrical engineer, level 3 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.
Third Installation Engineering, level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.
Fourth Communication Engineering, level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.
Fifth Control and regulation technology, level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program's specializations building automation and installation technology lasts four years including basic course, which school education in the main scenario is 35 weeks. The program's specialty electrical engineer lasts two years and six months, including the basic course, which school education in the main scenario constitutes 19 weeks. The program's specializations communication and control and regulation technology lasts four years and six months, including the basic course, which school education in the main scenario amounts to 40 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program for the specialization building automation, installation engineering, communication technology and control and regulation technology is divided into four periods in school. For the thesis electrical fitter divided school education in the main program in two school periods.

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first perform high and low voltage installations and tele-data installations in buildings workmanlike manner under the guidance, including selecting and using electrical equipment by the manufacturer's instructions, taking into account the electric safety, environment and safety at work,
second perform minor auto plant under supervision, including connecting 1- and 3-phase appliances, motors with different management principles and standard couplings based on knowledge of the most common mechanical control and sensing devices, electromechanical relays and timers,
third use documentation to carry out minor relay technical, draw simple circuit diagrams and wiring diagrams, taking into account applicable laws and regulations,
fourth perform electrical engineering calculations under the guidance, including the use of mathematical and electrical engineering fundamentals for calculation of voltage, current and power,
fifth connect to the electricity grid, based on knowledge of the production, transmission and distribution of electrical energy and the supply network structure
6th conduct inspection and testing prior to commissioning of electrical installation under the guidance and conduct research on installations and circuits with different pressures,
7th apply existing laws and regulations, including heavy current regulations regarding light installations and installation of appliances in homes
8th using digital and analog circuits and logic components under the guidance and
9th provide security for people, livestock and property against dangers and damage that can occur during normal use of electrical installations, including shock currents and high temperatures.


3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to in § 4, the common skills, also have earned consist character in basic subject Mathematics, level F. This does not apply for the thesis electrical fitter.

3.3. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.7., Is that students can:
first comply with applicable safety and environmental regulations
second perform work on or near energized object and live installations, switchgear and closet,
third optimize workflows and installation solutions through creativity and innovation, and obtain relevant information in order to become an entrepreneur,
fourth perform electrical installations, automation, building smaller group and control panels for residential, commercial and industrial and connect appliances in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in relation to the specialty choice and ensure that the installation principles are adhered
fifth perform quality assurance, including making relevant measurements and use the equipment properly by inspection and testing, and develop and maintain documentation, user manuals and maintenance plans
6th perform grounding and bonding connections and ensure potential equalization in buildings and automated system,
7th perform systematic troubleshooting, maintenance and repair electrical installations and everyday
8th perform cabling of telecommunications data network and install wireless networks in accordance with applicable standards, laws and regulations,
9th sizing mains, main and group pipelines, panelboards, lighting and power installations and powerplant
10th use it for job-related tasks
11th advising and guiding users on the plant and the installation operation,
12th use the English language in job-related, societal, international and universal contexts
13th perform minor automated system, including connecting 1- and 3-phase appliances, motors with different management principles and standard couplings based on knowledge of the most common mechanical control and sensing devices, electromechanical relays and timers,
14th install, manage and regulate and perform service, troubleshooting and maintenance of lighting systems in residential, commercial and industrial,
15th make connections to the grid
16th advise on and make energy optimization in accordance with current energy requirements
17th build, install, program, maintain and troubleshoot automated system, including performing powerplant
18th design and calculate lighting installations that meet the requirements for comfort, environment and energy,
19th install and program centrally managed intelligent installations in residential, commercial and industrial,
20th perform network of homes for telecom, data, radio and television,
21st build, install, program, operate, maintain and troubleshoot automatic systems on machines in accordance with applicable laws and regulations
22nd carry and use different types of control and regulation methods for electrical engineering documentation and descriptions as well as troubleshoot, repair and maintenance of automatic systems,
23rd hook up and calibration of analog and digital transmitters and converters as well as make connections and optimization of electronic controllers,
24th execute, operate, troubleshoot, and maintain less hydraulic and pneumatic systems for drawings and descriptions as well as maintain associated technical documentation
25th prepare and maintain your electro-technical documentation for automated systems in accordance with applicable laws and regulations
26th perform data acquisition and data processing and visualizing data from automated systems and can set up data communication in relation to the interfaces between the administrative IT system and the production system
27th make building electrical panels for automatic installation and replacement of components for electrical engineering documentation
28th make energy optimization of automatic systems on machines
29th dimensioning, build, troubleshoot and repair the automated system,
30th perform installation of communication networks
31st set up and configure data and communication systems as well as active components in residential, commercial and industrial for both single and multiple users in accordance with applicable rules and standards
32nd conduct research, testing and diagnosis of data and communication systems and related networking in accordance with applicable rules and standards
33rd make connection of data systems to outside networks / WAN (Wide Area Network)
34th install and set up security in data and communication networks
35th configure and create users on the client server network

36th use relevant programming by setting up data and communication networks
37th sizing and setup UPS systems for data and communication systems (Uninterruptible Power Supply)
38th install, program and configure centralized and decentralized intelligent building installations (IBI) and the building's other network types
39th at IBI perform measuring, testing and troubleshooting,
40th build and carry out control, regulation and energy optimization of ventilation, heating and cooling (HVAC) systems using building management system (Central Management System)
41st perform data acquisition and data as well as build graphical user interfaces in intelligent building systems and building management systems, including using relevant programming
42nd install, program and configure security, alarm and monitoring systems,
43rd make system integration between IBI, CTS, security, alarm and monitoring and for BMS (Building Management System)
44th in connection with the operation, service and maintenance make energy optimization of building automatic systems in relation to energy requirements
45th perform electrical installations, including building smaller group and control panels for residential, commercial and industrial and connect appliances in accordance with applicable laws and regulations and ensure that installation principles are adhered
46th install and maintain small automatic systems and powerplant
47th perform relevant measurements and perform quality assurance, including maintenance documentation, user manuals and maintenance plans relating to inspection and testing installations in residential and commercial,
48th install and perform service, troubleshooting and maintenance of lighting systems in buildings,
49th comply with applicable safety and environmental regulations
50th perform grounding and bonding connections and ensure potential equalization in buildings
51st under the guidance troubleshoot and maintain electrical systems,
52nd perform wired communication network in accordance with applicable standards, laws and regulations,
53rd under the guidance ding dimension the light and power installations in residential and commercial and powerplant and
54th collaboration with colleagues and other professional groups and organize own work.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-3, apply to all training specialties.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1, no. 4-13 and 38-44, the specialization program in building automation.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 45-54, the specialization program in electrical fitter.

4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 4-20, the specialization program installation technique.

4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 4-13 and 30-37, the specialization program communication.

4.7. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 4-13 and 21-29, the specialization program control and regulation technology.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

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

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

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

6.1.1. The final exam consists of a written and an oral examination. The content of the test organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee. The aids used in teaching, should be used.

6.1.2. The written test will be resolved within a period of two clock hours.

6.1.3. The oral examination lasts at most 20 minutes. The sample is based partly on the contents and partly in a practical project, developed within a maximum of 60 hours in the last school period of the training.

6.1.4. The internal and external examiners give an overall mark for the written test and an overall mark for the oral test.

6.1.5. If the examiner and the two examiners do not agree on a joint evaluation, they give each a rating. Mark shall be the average of the grades, rounded to the nearest grade on the grading scale. If the average lies in between two characters is rounded up there. There can not be rounded up to a "Pass". The examiners participate only in assessing the samples.

6.2. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character in each area subjects and specialization in the main scenario. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.


6.3. For students who finish the program, the journeyman test be passed. To pass the journeyman test required that the student has passed both the written and oral tests.

6.4. 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.

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

6.6. Sample character appears from the companion letter. The Technical Committee can for a job well apprenticeship endorse companion letter with "Job well / Very well done."

7. Eux-course

7.1. A eux-course encompasses all competence and subjects in the in § 5, paragraph. 1, no. 3, mentioned education.

7.2. For eux-course addition:
first The training lasts for specialization building automation and installation engineering four years and seven months inclusive of the basic course, which lasts 39 weeks. The training lasts for specialization communication and control and regulation technology five years including the basic course, which lasts 39 weeks. School classes in the main program items for specialization building automation and installation engineering 57.6 weeks. For the specialties of communication and control and regulation technology goods school education in the main scenario 61.6 weeks.
Second The main program is divided into at least four school periods alternating with at least five practice periods.

7.3. To begin your studies at school in the main scenario the students shall meet targets for the following basic subjects:
first Danish C.
second Foreign language (English) C.
third Physics C.
fourth Information Technology C.
fifth Chemistry C.
6th Mathematics C.
7th Social C.

7.4. In the main program students must complete the following courses:
first Danish A, see. Htx Executive Order.
Second English B referred. Htx Executive Order.
Third Physics B referred. Htx Executive Order.
Fourth Mathematics B referred. Htx Executive Order.
Fifth A technical subject - Construction and energy El, see. Htx Executive Order.

7.5. Each student chooses one of the following electives in the main scenario:
first Physics A, see. Htx Executive Order.
Second Mathematics A, see. Htx Executive Order.

7.6. In addition to basic sample and in Section 6 stated try the following requirements on samples of students at eux-course:
first One sample in a basic subject in the basic course after extraction of all the student's basic subjects with the test.
Second Seven samples in the main program after extraction from upper secondary school subjects. If a student has passed a test in information technology C, chemistry C or civics C in the baseline scenario, cf.. No. 1, reduced the number to six.
Third One large project, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.
Fourth 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 A - Construction and energy El 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 (210/135).
Physics B (190/75) (for the specialties of communication and control and regulation technology, however 190/50).
Information Technology C (75/0) (read as a basic subject, see. Section 7.3.).
Chemistry C (75/0) (read as a basic subject, see. Section 7.3.).
Mathematics B (285/120).
Social C (75/0) (read as a basic subject, see. Section 7.3.).
Technical subject A - Construction and energy Electricity (295/125).
Major Written Assignment (25/25).
Thesis (25/25).
Electives:
Physics (125/125).
Calculus (125/125).

7.7.6. Elevens optional specialization shall be possible to give the school grounds to shorten teaching in upper secondary school subjects by a further 50 hours.



Appendix 4

Electronics and weak current training

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of electronics and low voltage The overall objective of the student through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Service, maintenance, repair and manufacturing of consumer electronics.
Second Service, maintenance, repair and manufacturing of industrial electronics.
Third Service, maintenance, repair and manufacture of medical devices and appliances.
Fourth Building, testing and maintenance of electronics manufacturing equipment.

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

1.3. The program includes steps 1 Electronics technician, level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning, which is a step in the specialties electronics development technician and medical technician.

1.4. The program can be completed with the following specialties:
first Electronics Development Technician (step 2), level 5 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.
Second Biomedical Technician (step 2), level 5 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.
Third Radio-TV Technician, level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program step 1 Electronics technician, and thesis Broadcasting Technician lasts four years including basic course, which school education in the main scenario amounts to 40 weeks. The specializations electronics development technician and medical technician items further year, of which school education constitute 10 weeks.

2.2. The school teaching in the main scenario for Electronics technician (step 1) and thesis Broadcasting Technician divided into at least four school periods. For the thesis electronics development technician will extend this to at least one school period. For the thesis medical technician will extend this with at least two school periods.

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

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

First capelin and judge the quality of solder joints from IPC standard Class 1 and can perform including replacement of SMD / HMD components
second apply general and convection-based soldering irons for soldering / distribution,
third show understanding of the importance of proper handling of components, circuit boards and devices based on knowledge of ESD,
fourth explain the digital basic technical concepts, number systems and circuits and control data in digital circuits using measuring instruments
fifth demonstrate a basic knowledge of components and measurement of electronic circuits and on this basis decide whether uncomplicated composite circuit has a satisfactory function
6th operate and use measuring instruments, including tone generator, multimeter, power supply and oscilloscope, and use PC-based test systems
7th explain and perform simple AC and DC calculations of basic electronic and electrical circuits in the industry, including the use ohms law, power formula, combinations of resistors in series and parallel capacitors in series and parallel and coils in series and parallel,
8th troubleshoot the module level using hand tools, block and detail diagrams, measuring instruments and other relevant technical documentation in Danish and English,
9th observe basic safety rules in work in electronics appliances and electronics systems
10th set up the Switches, Routers, etc. in a LAN (Local Area Network) network, and in this context apply his basic knowledge of LAN related networking concepts, templates, components and protocols, as well as on WAN-based networks, IT security and WLAN,
11th perform physical troubleshooting and debugging on the network in terms of localization and replacement of defective plugs and can in this regard apply knowledge of troubleshooting methods and practical use of tools such as multimeter and cable tester
12th under the guidance and with the help of the relevant tools perform troubleshooting and debugging on a LAN network and
13th work with the English language, similar to the core subject English, level F.

3.2. To start the program main program, the student must, in addition to in section 3.1. mentioned skills also have completed it by the labor inspectorate approved course "Personal safety when working with epoxy and isocyanates".

3.3. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.5., Is that students can:
first interconnect, connect and control devices, systems and structures which may include analog, RF, digital and microcomputer technology,
second perform simple troubleshooting and debugging tasks on the module and component level devices, systems and structures which may include analog, RF, digital and microcomputer technology,
third choose and use measuring instruments, including computer controlled measuring equipment for checking and troubleshooting of devices, systems and structures which may include analog, RF, digital and microcomputer technology,
fourth use technical documentation in Danish and relevant foreign language in work on devices, systems and structures which may include analog, RF, digital and microcomputer technology,
fifth use information technology for generation of manuals, technical documentation and technical information related to work on the devices, systems and structures which may include analog, RF, digital and microcomputer technology,
6th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business,
7th engage in change processes by optimizing and streamlining of production,
8th work environment conscious with all tasks within the program's job areas, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,
9th perform complex troubleshooting and debugging tasks on the module and component level in the electronics industry equipment, systems and facilities, which may include analog, RF, digital and microcomputer technology and medical technology,
10th perform building and testing the electronics industry equipment, systems and facilities,
11th perform building manual and automatic test systems
12th perform preventive maintenance, modification and calibration of the electronics industry equipment, systems and facilities and prepare the evidence to that
13th use the PC equipment and test programs related to measurement, diagnosis and assessment of fault on the electronics industry equipment, systems and facilities,
14th perform testing, troubleshooting and debugging tasks in electronics production equipment and test equipment
15th participate in technical development tasks related to production and building electronics industry equipment, systems and facilities,

16th guidance on installation and use of equipment, systems and facilities from customers and users want and need,
17th perform complex troubleshooting and debugging tasks on the module and component level in electronics including appliances, systems and installations which may include analog, RF, digital and microcomputer technology,
18th use test equipment and test programs associated with diagnosing faults in electronics including appliances, systems and installations
19th evaluate repair options and guidance on the most economically advantageous repair the customer's wishes and expectations
20th guidance on the installation and use of entertainment electronics including appliances, systems and installations from the customer's wishes and expectations
21st safeguard patient safety in medical technology work including performing security testing according to applicable safety and clinical testing apparatus
22nd apply general knowledge of anatomy, physiology and pathology and hospital hygiene during the execution of medico-technical tasks
23rd apply knowledge of the interaction between the patient and the medical technical equipment, the clinical practical application of medical devices, and the principles behind the operation and use of different medical devices in vital parameters, imaging systems, ionizing radiation, respiratory technique gastroentologi / endoscopy, electrophysiology, electrocardiography, telemetry and anesthesia,
24th performing appliances technical tasks based on knowledge of the apparatus structure, functions, measuring methodology, vedligeholdelsesmetodik, work planning, resource management and quality assurance in accordance with applicable laws, regulations and standards for the biomedical field,
25th Apply a basic knowledge of clinical informatics including knowledge about the use of various forms of information technology in the health sector
26th apply knowledge of research and development in the medical technology work including knowledge of randomized clinical trials, epidemiological research and qualitative research
27th contribute to the training of other personnel groups in health care in the medical device area on the basis of knowledge about communication and dissemination and production of teaching materials,
28th apply knowledge of the hospital operation, tasks and functions of the medico-technical work including rules on confidentiality and ethical rules
29th perform technical service tasks on networked medical devices based on knowledge of networking technologies
30th perform complex development tasks associated with new development and modification of electronics in cooperation with other groups of employees in a development / production preparation department, including the design of electronic circuits, building and testing prototypes, laying of print, software development and design of documentation
31st undertake production maturity and commissioning of prototypes in production in cooperation with production employee on the basis of knowledge of elektronikproduktioners building, typical production processes and economy
32nd communicate possible solutions and technical problems in the development work with a view to sharing with other employee groups in the development, production preparation department and production
33rd perform tasks in the development, construction and commissioning of production equipment and test equipment / systems in electronics productions, exercising planning and management projects by restructuring of production
34th perform tasks within quality development and quality assurance of electronic productions based on analysis of production processes and help repair process errors including providing proposals for adjusting workflows and production processes and
35th participate in the development of productivity and optimization of electronics productions based on knowledge of production methods and manufacturing philosophies. 4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1-8, applies to all levels and specialties in education.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 9 - 16, in step 1 Electronics technician.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 9 - 16 and no. 30 to 35, applies to the thesis electronics design engineer.

4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 9 - 16 and no. 21 to 29, applies to the thesis medical technician.

4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 17 to 20, applies to the thesis Broadcasting Technician.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

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

6. Assessment and evidence etc.


6.1. Individual concluded by a test in the last school period. The sample after step 1, which is the program's final stage, to be presented by all students. The sample represents a final test. The tasks set by the school in consultation with the trade committee. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.1.1. The final examination for Grade 1 Electronics technician and thesis Broadcasting Technician consists of a practical examination and an oral examination.

6.1.2. The skill test systematically troubleshoot industry typically equipment with emphasis on system understanding and systematic troubleshooting procedure. The aids used in teaching, should be used. The task assigned by lot. The examiners are present throughout the test. The task is solved within a duration of 20 minutes.

6.1.3. The oral exam includes circuitry understanding, diagrammatic and system understanding. The aids used in teaching, should be used. The task assigned by lot. The oral exam lasts 20 minutes with a preparation time of 20 minutes. The sample may, by agreement between the school and the Technical Committee charged to a topic that has worked as a project-oriented teaching in the last school period. The school must inform the examiners of this within exam (companion test) if the sample is held over a particular topic.

6.2. The final examination of the thesis electronics development engineer consists of a project assignment with two project head oral exam. Project presentations describing relevant problem within the respective electronics manufacturing as well as construction and development, the student will work on in the teaching and document an overall project report. Project presentations developed by the student and must be approved by the school. Project assignment period is one week. The project is assessed by an oral examination on the basis of the overall project report. The oral exam lasts 30 minutes including assessment. Censor must be tilstedet during the exam. An overall grade for the project report and the oral presentation.

6.3. The final examination of the thesis medical technician consists of a project assignment with a project proposal with oral examination. The preparatory report describes a relevant care problem that the student must work with and document in a project report. The preparatory report drawn up by the student and must be approved by the school. Project task duration is two weeks. The project is assessed by an oral examination based on the project report. The oral exam lasts 30 minutes including assessment. Censor must be tilstedet during the exam. An overall grade for the project report and the oral presentation.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have obtained at least be rated as average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who finish the program with step 1 Electronics technician, specialization electronic development technician, medical technician or radio-television Technician, each subsample in companion test be passed. The final apprenticeship exam grade is an average of the grades from subsamples.

6.6. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.7. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure, used the assessment "Pass / Fail".

7. Eux-course

7.1. A eux-course encompasses all competence and subjects in the in § 5, paragraph. 1, no. 4, said education.

7.2. For eux-course addition:
first The program lasts four years and six months including the basic course, which lasts 40 weeks. School classes in the main program items 72.4 weeks.
Second 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:
first Danish C.
second Foreign language (English) C.
third Physics C.
fourth Mathematics C.
fifth Social C.
6th Technology C.

7.4. In the main program students must complete the following courses:
first Danish A, see. Htx Executive Order.
Second English B referred. Htx Executive Order.
Third Physics B referred. Htx Executive Order.
Fourth Industrial Technology B, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.
Fifth Chemistry C provided. Higher preparatory single tender.

6th Mathematics B referred. Htx Executive Order.
7th 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:
first Mathematics A, see. Htx Executive Order.
Second 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:
first One sample in a basic subject in the basic course after extraction of all the student's basic subjects with the test.
Second 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.
Third One large project, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.
Fourth 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 will be organized with the VET 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 (210/135).
Physics B (190/90).
Industrial Technology B (210/85).
Chemistry C (75/75).
Mathematics B (285/125).
Social C (75/0) (read as a basic subject, see. Section 7.3.).
Technical subject B - Production and Development (200/100).
Major Written Assignment (25/25).
Thesis (25/15).
Electives:
Calculus (125/125).
German at C (75/75).


7.7.6. Elevens optional specialization shall be possible to give the school grounds to shorten teaching in upper secondary school subjects by a further 50 hours unless the student has chosen German continuation language C as electives, see. Section 7.7.5.



Appendix 5

Electronics Operator

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of electronics operator's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first automatic and manual assembly and repair of products in the electronics manufacturing industry
second control and monitoring of manual and automated production processes in the electronics manufacturing industry
third precision soldering and repairs under the microscope in the electronics manufacturing industry
fourth quality control and troubleshooting and the use of test and measurement equipment in the electronics manufacturing industry
fifth use of documentation and performance standards in the electronics manufacturing industry and
6th production management, optimization and method improvement including compliance with safety and environment in the electronics manufacturing industry.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals of the Program.

1.3. The program is completed with the thesis Electronics Operator level 3 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The training lasts two years, including the basic course. The school teaching in the main scenario is 17 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods with intervening practice periods.

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first handle common HMD and SMD components which are used in electronics manufacturing, Their valuation clearly printed on the components,
second make simple manual soldering, repair and assembly work on electronic products
third use common measuring instruments to control measurements,
fourth make simple mechanical assembly of electronic devices
fifth contribute to maintaining an ESD safe environment based on knowledge of how static electricity occurs and
6th handle epoxy-containing components and are familiar with applicable safety regulations and the use of personal protective equipment.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.4., Is that students can:
first perform manual installation and repair tasks on single- and double-sided print mounted with SMD and HMD components
second perform automatic installation and repair tasks on single- and double-sided printing,
third handle epoxy-containing components and are familiar with applicable safety regulations
fourth contribute to maintaining an ESD-safe environment
fifth manage, monitor and optimize manual production processes, and contribute to solving problems,
6th manage, monitor and optimize automated production processes, as well as contribute to solving problems, carrying out preventive maintenance,
7th perform measurements on annual and semi-finished products after checking scheme with commonly used measuring instruments
8th perform manual precision soldering and repairs under the microscope,
9th identify HMD and SMD components and used print types with different surface finish
10th use occurring production standards to verify the installation and repair of manual and automated production processes
11th troubleshooting and process optimization of production and to involve relevant people, including to make necessary adjustments and corrective actions
12th participate in the company's quality management, including visual verification and know the advantages and disadvantages of visual and automated inspection
13th assess bottleneck problems,
14th part of the team organized production and participate in project and development work together with other professionals
15th demonstrate innovative skills in the performance of productivity-enhancing activities in production
16th communicate and report in relation to their own job function
17th work environment and energy conscious with tasks within the program's job areas with a view to sustainable development,
18th show understanding of globalization affect the company's operations
19th use IT in work,
20th solve complex problems within the training field manual electronics production,

21st produce complicated products within the area of ​​the program manual electronics production
22nd solve complex problems within the training area auto electronics production and
23rd produce complicated products within the area of ​​the program automatic electronic production.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 to 19, applies to the entire program.

4.3. The section 4.1., No. 20 to 21, said competency applies to the profile manually electronics production.

4.4. The section 4.1., No. 22 to 23, said competency applies to profile auto electronics production.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

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

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

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

6.1.1. The final exam consists of a written test, a project assignment and a practical task. The final sample content organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.

6.1.2. The written test will be resolved within a period of two clock hours and consists of a number of written questions within the program's goal in the area subjects and specialization. In answering the student must have their own memos, manuals and similar materials available.

6.1.3. The project is based on a practical problem in a company's production and developed in the program last internship. Eleven choose topic for project work under the supervision of the school. The school must approve the selected item before the task begins.

6.1.4. The practical problem is solved within a maximum duration of eight clock hours. Eleven draw up a practical task within one or both of the program's core areas, manual and auto electronics production, based on the program's competency. The practical task prepared by the students as a group task or individual task. With group assignments composed groups according to students' own choice. Students are examined individually.

6.1.5. The exam is assessed by a teacher and two examiners. The organizations based in the Technical Committee, which appoints and afbeskikker censors.

6.1.6. The grade for the final examination is calculated as an average of the grades for the three subsamples, where the written exam counts as two, the project assignment counts one and the practical assignment weights seven.

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

6.3. For students who finish the program, the journeyman test be passed.

6.4. At the end of the training issue the Technical Committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.



Appendix 6

Supply Operator

1. The Aim and division

1.1. The program to supply operator's major objective is that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the electricity distribution and distribution of communication using cable connections.

1.2. The program is completed with the thesis Supply Operator level 3 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program to supply operator takes two years, including the basic course, which school education in the main scenario is 17 weeks.

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods.

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first assist in the setup, installation and maintenance of the distribution system using the applicable norms and standards in the utilities,
second assist in the dismantling of obsolete plant in the utilities sector,
third collaborate on knowledge search, planning, design and export of simple construction tasks in supply and
fourth obtain and apply the relevant safety regulations for the utilities sector.

3.2. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course


4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:
first engage in team-based work as well as participate in project and development work together with other professionals
second communicate professionally at all levels of the company,
third work quality conscious and demonstrate knowledge of quality systems
fourth demonstrate innovative skills by working within the education job areas
fifth work environment conscious with all tasks within the program's job areas, including acting in accordance with the principles of sustainable development,
6th show understanding of globalization impact on the company tasks
7th work in accordance with heavy current regulations, rules of Low Voltage Work Under Voltage (LAUS) and rules for safety and quality management (SKS)
8th work on high-voltage switchgear, medium-voltage switchgear and lavspændingsforsyningsanlæg in compliance with existing safety regulations
9th use different types of monitoring equipment in substations,
10th monitor and operate the utility and perform preventive maintenance on the grid,
11th dismantle old plants including power poles, transformer stations and street lighting,
12th perform splicing techniques on supply cables
13th connect high-voltage switchgear and transformers, including the press, assembly and complete supply cables in accordance with applicable safety regulations
14th establish power facilities and streetlights,
15th establish electrical distribution system via closet and make installation of cables in the wiring closet,
16th perform splicing, assembly and debugging of fiber broadband,
17th use documentation to carry out minor relay technical, draw simple wiring diagrams on utility
18th troubleshooting, debugging and maintenance tasks on electric distribution systems including drive truck mounted crane (D certificate) and
19th perform overhaul at the plant for control of street lights.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

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

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

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

6.1.1. The final exam consists of a written test, a practical test and an oral examination. The aids, which are used in teaching, should be used.

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

6.1.3. The practical test consists of an internship job done on school education and has a duration of 80 clock hours.

6.1.4. The oral examination is based on the practical task solution and documentation. The oral examination has a duration of 30 minutes including assessment.

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

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

6.4. The training certificate is applied to the result of the final examination. The overall grade for the sample is calculated as an average of the grade for the written test, which has weight one and a half, and the average of the grades for the practical and oral tests, which have weight two.

6.5. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Appendix 7

Frontline pc-supporter

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of frontline PC supporterhar overall objective that students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Provision of service and support to customers and users as well as instruction and guidance in the use of products and systems.
Second Construction, installation, configuration, maintenance and upgrade of computers and networks at system and module level.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals of the Program.


1.3. The program is completed with the thesis Frontline PC supporter, level 3 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

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

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods.

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first build and configure computers on module level according to relevant product documentation and upgrade computers at installation, replacement and configuration of devices and perform the work, taking into account ESD (Electro Static Discharge), that is the proper handling of devices and circuit boards
second troubleshoot and repair computers for module level using measurement instruments and diagnostic applications as well as perform functional test of computers using test programs
third make building, configuring and testing of computers on module-level upgrade computers at installation, replacement and configuration of internal devices, troubleshoot and repair of computers on module level using relevant measuring instruments and diagnostic and performance testing of computers using appropriate test programs in conjunction with PC technology in accordance with the relevant documentation and product manual and taking into account ESD proper handling,
fourth perform installation and configuration of drivers for internal and external devices and the user / client operating systems on computers, including customization and administration of local user groups and rights, as well as perform configuration to use in a workgroup- or Domain network and in relation to remote access including Remote Access and Virtual Private Network (VPN), in connection with the user / client operating systems
fifth perform installation of cables, connectors, switches, routers, etc. in a Local Area Network (LAN) and make troubleshooting and debugging on a local network based on knowledge of troubleshooting methods and using tools including multimeter and cable tester, as well as locate and replace defective plug in data communication,
6th work with troubleshooting and maintenance of a Local Area Network (LAN) under the guidance and with the help of appropriate tools
7th work to implement security typically used network environments containing Shares-, file and login security on the local computer / via network under the guidance and make installation of antivirus software on computers
8th applying professional and technical terms in both Danish and relevant foreign language, similar to the core subject English, level F, in the performance of tasks in the data and communication and
9th produce small, simple programs using a programming software based on knowledge of programming and basic program design and development.

3.2. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:
first sizing, installing and configuring computers as well as upgrade and optimize systems
second install and configure network devices and troubleshoot the network in connection with the construction and maintenance of local area networks,
third carry telephone and personal sales of the relevant industry products, including advice and guidance to customers on product selection,
fourth calculate the standard offer, develop sales and offer letters and explain warranty and service plans, including declarations and complaints
fifth advise, guide, instruct and provide customer support in the use of relevant industry products
6th maintain, troubleshoot and debug for system and module level of local area networks and computer equipment
7th organize and complete tasks independently and in collaboration with others and
8th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

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

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

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

6.1.1. The final examination consists of a practical test and a final case assignment with an oral examination.


6.1.1.1. The practical test consists of systematic troubleshooting to the module level of industry typical equipment with emphasis on system understanding and systematic troubleshooting procedure. The aids, which are used in teaching, should be used. The task assigned by lot. The task is performed within a period of 20 minutes. The sensor is present during the test.

6.1.1.2. Case assignment consists of an industry typically assignment and an oral examination. In the industry typical assignment, students from customer requests prepare a written material containing analysis and design documentation. The task carried out in collaboration between a maximum of four students. The individual student's contribution to the task to be identified. The task assigned by lot and usually lasts for 37 clock hours. The oral examination is based on the written work in the practical test and case assignment and lasts 20 minutes including assessment.

6.2. An overall grade for those in 6.1.1. said samples.

6.3. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also obtain consist character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.4. For students who finish the program, the final test 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.

6.6. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure, used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Appendix 8

Frontline radio-television supporter

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Training of frontline radio television supporter has as its main purpose to students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first The provision of service to customers and users as well as instruction and guidance in the use of products and systems.
Second Installation, configuration and control of products, as well as troubleshooting and debugging for modular and system level.

1.2. The student must achieve the educational goals of the Program.

1.3. The program is completed with the thesis Frontline radio television supporter, level 3 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

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

2.2. School classes in the main program is divided into at least two school periods.

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first mount, solder and control components for standards used in the industry
second understand the importance of proper handling of components, circuit boards and devices based on knowledge of ESD,
third explain the digital basic technical concepts, number systems and circuits and control data in digital circuits using measuring instruments
fourth demonstrate a basic knowledge of components and methods of measurement and on this basis decide whether uncomplicated composite circuit has a satisfactory function
fifth operate and use measuring instruments, including tone generator, multimeter, power supply and oscilloscope, and use PC-based test systems
6th explain and perform simple calculations on basic electronic and electrical circuits within the industry
7th troubleshoot the module level using block and detail diagrams, measuring instruments and relevant technical documentation in Danish and English, corresponding to the core subject English, level R,
8th demonstrate a basic knowledge of networking including knowledge of routers, -switche, -firewalls and IT security as well - LAN (Local Area Network) and WAN (Wide Area Network) and
9th work with the English language, similar to the core subject English, level F.

3.2. Students should also have completed it by the labor inspectorate approved course "Personal safety when working with epoxy and isocyanates".

3.3. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course is that students can:
first debug, modify, update and interconnect products module and device level
second configure and update products and systems
third troubleshoot and debug of products containing communication,

Fourth provide customer service around the purchase of products
fifth provide guidance and advice on the application and configuration of products
6th make setup and installation of aerial and satellite systems
7th install, replace and configure the media systems for the module and unit level including PC solutions
8th make replacement, modification and repair of products for system, module and device level
9th troubleshoot, repair, test and check the antenna and satellite dish installations
10th troubleshoot, repair, test and control media systems for the module and unit level, including PC solutions
11th organize and complete tasks independently and in collaboration with others and
12th demonstrate knowledge of setting up and running their own business.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

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

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. As part of the last school period holds the school a final test. The rules in the executive order on examinations in VET apply.

6.1.1. The final examination consists of a practical test and a final case assignment with an oral exam. The practical test and case assignment is set by the school in consultation with the trade committee.

6.1.2. The practical test consists of systematic troubleshooting to the module level of industry typical equipment with emphasis on system understanding and systematic troubleshooting procedure. The aids, which are used in teaching, should be used. The task assigned by lot. The censor is present during the test, solved within a duration of 20 minutes.

6.1.3. Case assignment consists of a written assignment and an oral examination. The assignment is based on different technical and / or service-related customer-case situations where it describes how situations are handled. The task is a collaboration between a maximum of four students. The individual student's contribution to the written material to be identified. The task assigned by lot and lasts 37 clock hours. The oral examination is based on the written work and lasts 20 minutes including assessment. Censor is present throughout the test.

6.2. For students who finish the program, the practical test and case assignment be passed, see. Section 6.1.1. The final exam grade is an average of these two.

6.3. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained at least consist character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.4. Upon completion of training, issuing the Technical Committee of formal training (apprenticeship) to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.5. For AMU programs studied as optional specialization or vocational superstructure used the assessment "Pass / Fail".



Appendix 9

Process Operator

1. The Aim and division

1.1. Process Operator Training The overall objective of the students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Control and monitoring of process plants.
Second Energy and environment.
Third Production management and business economics.
Fourth Work organization in industrial production.
Fifth Error detection, fault repair and maintenance tasks.
6th Sampling and analysis.
7th Safety and work.
8 thereof. Planning and execution of production tasks and other tasks and projects related to production, including product engineering, manufacturing improvements and cleaning of production equipment.
9th Communication, reporting and technical documentation.

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

1.3. The program includes the following steps:
first Process Worker, level 3 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.
Second Process Operator level 4 in the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning.

1.4. The program is completed with the thesis: Process Operator.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program's step one takes two years, including the basic course, which school education is 12 weeks in the main program. The program step 2 products for two years, of which school education is 23 weeks specified. However, section 2.3.-2.5.


2.2. The school teaching in hovedforløbets step 1 contains at least one school period and two training periods. For step 2 extended this with at least two school periods.

2.3. For students who have successfully completed secondary education and who have physics C, Chemistry C, Mathematics C and Social Science C curtailed basic course of ten weeks, the practical training in the program step 1 for six months and apprenticeship in the program step 2 by three months.

2.4. For students who have at least three years of relevant professional experience in the industry curtailed basic course of ten weeks, the practical training in the program step 1 for three months and apprenticeship in the program step 2 by six months.

2.5. Students who have completed the industrial operator training and who have expertise in physics, chemistry and mathematics at the level of the program step 1, credited the program's foundation course and step 1.

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first work with simple control and regulation techniques in process industry
second participate in the operation of process plants in the knowledge of at least five different unit operations
third collect and record production data,
fourth participate in troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of process plant and use hand tools and simple measuring instruments and
fifth actively involved in job-related project work.

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:
first monitor production via the control, regulation and monitoring systems, as well as take samples and to intervene if the production
second operate simple tasks manually - automated - and computer-controlled production equipment in accordance with regulations and provisions in force
third perform maintenance on production equipment in cooperation with other professionals
fourth part of the team organized production and participate in project and development work together with other professionals
fifth work in compliance with applicable environmental and safety regulations and of rules on hygiene,
6th work environment and energy conscious with tasks within the program's job areas with a view to sustainable development,
7th prepare for production start-up, intervene by production deviations complete stop, as well as perform restart of production at processing plants
8th install equipment and systems for control, regulation and supervision of processing plants
9th troubleshoot and repair in cooperation with internal and external service people and repairers
10th conduct analysis of chemical and physical processes and put it into action in the production
11th prepare and use technical documentation
12th use IT to control, regulation and monitoring of processing plants
13th communicate and report in relation to procesoperatørens job functions
14th connect and start up supply systems in production as well as managing the operation and production of supply systems,
15th demonstrate innovative skills regarding optimization, testing, development, renovation and new construction of production and process plants,
16th use foreign-language manuals and information technology tools to professional knowledge discovery in databases and dictionaries and
17th show business understanding concerning the establishment and operation of business based on knowledge about the process industry production and market conditions.

4.2. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 1 - 5 apply to all stages of the program.

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 6 - 17 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 Order on vocational training.

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.2. As part of the last school period in the program step 1, process works, holds the school a final test. The exam is oral and has a duration of 30 minutes, including discussion. In evaluating the test, the assessment "Pass / Fail".

6.3. As part of the last school period in the program step 2, process operator, holds the school a final test. The sample represents a final test.


6.3.1. Students' test consists of three parts. A theoretical test, see. Section 6.3.2., A practical operational testing: see. Section 6.3.3., And a practical test for troubleshooting, debugging and maintenance, see. Section 6.3.4. Technical documentation to the processing facilities must be available during the execution of the practical tests and the students can carry handbooks, compendia own notes and similar material, but not earlier apprenticeship tasks solution. The tasks set by the school in consultation with the trade committee.

6.3.2. The theoretical test is an oral test done on the basis of a written test basis. The test has a duration of 20 minutes including assessment. Eleven must for use in the oral test bring their own memos, presentations and similar material. The written test basis consists of the student's response to an assignment in trivia with a duration of one hour and a task in problem solving with a duration of three hours.

6.3.3. The practical operation test is a production task that is performed on process equipment with attached control and regulation functions. The sample solved in a team of two to four students and includes planning and organization of production day, the start-up of production, including possible. supply systems, monitoring of production, work for management systems, sampling and analysis, adjustment of operating parameters, stopping the production and decommissioning. The test has a duration of six hours. The tasks are distributed among the students by lottery.

6.3.4. The practical test in troubleshooting, debugging and maintenance performed on process equipment with attached control and regulation functions. The sample solved independently by the student, and includes shifting production start-up or takeover of ongoing production, monitoring of production, work for management systems, stopping or delivery of installations and related reporting and troubleshooting and debugging of embedded errors and execution of the maintenance task. The test has a duration of four hours. The tasks are distributed among the students by lottery.

6.3.5. In evaluating the journeyman test gives teachers and examiners for joint deliberation and a score for each of companion sample three subsamples. In the overall exam grade is weighted grade for the theoretical test point four, the nature of the practical operation test with three and the grade for the practical test by three.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as the average of the grades for all basic subjects in the main scenario. The student must also have obtained pass the character in each area subjects and specialization. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who finish the program with step 1, process work, the examination must be passed.

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

6.7. When the training ended after step 1 issuer school education and training to the student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

6.8. When the training ended after step 2 issues the trade committee of formal qualifications to student as evidence that the student has achieved competence in education.

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:
first The training lasts four years including basic course, which lasts 40 weeks. The school teaching in the main course usually lasts 72 weeks.
Second The main program is divided into at least two school periods alternating with at least two training periods.

7.3. To begin your studies at school in the main scenario the students shall meet targets for the following basic subjects:
first Danish C.
second Foreign language (English) C.
third Physics C.
fourth Chemistry C
fifth Mathematics C.
6th Social C.

7.4. In the main program students must complete the following courses:
first Biology C provided. Htx Executive Order.
Second Danish A, see. Htx Executive Order.
Third English B referred. Htx Executive Order.
Fourth Physics B referred. Htx Executive Order.
Fifth Chemistry B referred. Htx Executive Order.
6th Mathematics B referred. Htx Executive Order.
7th Technical subject A -, food and health, see. Htx Executive Order.

7.5. Each student chooses one of the following electives in the main scenario:
Business Administration C provided. Electives Order.
Mathematics A, see. Htx Executive Order.
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:

First One sample in a basic subject in the basic course after extraction of all the student's basic subjects with the test.
Second Seven 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 six.
Third One large project, cf. Order on special study occupations etc. for use in business education.
Fourth 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 A -, food and health 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:
Biology C (75/75).
Danish A (260/185).
English B (210/85).
Physics B (190/90).
Chemistry B (190/40).
Mathematics B (285/160).
Social C (75/0) (read as a basic subject, see. Section 7.3.).
Technical subject A -, food and health (295/190).
Major Written Assignment (25/25).
Thesis (25/25).
Electives:
Business Administration C (75/75).
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 chose economics C or German continuation language C as electives.



Annex 10

Theatre, exhibition and event technician

1. The Aim and division


1.1. Training for theater, exhibition and event technician The overall objective of the students through school and in practice acquires knowledge and skills in the following main areas of competence:
first Manufacture and installation, dismantling, operation and dismantling of technical equipment for sound, lighting, stage and stage for events, both independently, interdisciplinary and in collaboration with others, taking into account safety, work environment and basic production-economic conditions.
Second Handling, transport, evaluation, performance or instigation of maintenance / repair of technical equipment, as it occurs in the chosen specialty.

1.2. Students should achieve the educational goals within one or more of the program steps and specialties.

1.3. The program includes steps 1 theater, exhibition and event technical production assistant, level 3 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning, which is a step in the program specializations.

1.4. The program can be completed with the following specialties (step 2), level 4 of the Danish Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning:
first Event Technician specializing in audio engineering.
Second Event Technician specializing in illuminationsteknik.
Third Theatre Technician.
Fourth Exhibition Technician.

2. Duration and structure, etc.

2.1. The program's step 1, theater, exhibition and event technical production assistant takes two years, including the basic course, which school education in the main scenario is 20 weeks. Education specialist products for two years, of which school education in hovedforløbets is 20 weeks.

2.2. The school teaching in the main scenario for the training stage 1, theater, exhibition and event technical production assistant, divided into at least two school periods. For specialization extends it with at least two school periods.

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

3.1. The special competency, students must meet in order to start school education in the program's main course is that students can:
first perform different types of suspension for a given task under supervision and in accordance with applicable safety regulations
second perform simple scene technical disciplines from basic knowledge of scene types, stage plans and fixed installations
third choose sammenkable and use relevant technical equipment for a given task at a small lighting,
fourth select, connect and use relevant technical equipment for a given task at a small sound system
fifth plan, record, edit and implement a simple AV production using appropriate technical equipment,
6th use, maintain, and troubleshoot electronic basic equipment
7th make use of measurement techniques and read diagrams of electrical circuits and
8th select, use and maintain common tools and equipment in relation to a given task to applicable standards and safety regulations.

3.2. Baseline test must be passed.

4. Competence for the main course

4.1. Competence goals for the main course, see. However, Section 4.2. - 4.7., Is that students can:
first perform common tasks in various types of set-up and dismantling of equipment and elements of a routine or familiar situation,
second assess the equipment's technical condition and quality in a familiar situation and based on this cause maintenance or repair
third select, connect a sound system and record and run sound for a production in a routine or familiar situation,
fourth choose join a lighting system and to run the lights for a production in a routine or familiar situation,
fifth plan, record, edit and implement an AV production using relevant equipment in a routine or familiar situation,
6th pass the test, which can lead to the issuance of such certificate for forklift, category B, according to WEA rules
7th participate in inventory management and help to handle and lashing equipment on trucks, trailers or other appropriate vehicles
8th perform their duties safety and environmentally responsible manner in accordance with applicable regulations and in an ergonomically appropriate way
9th read, write, talk, listen and understand English in job-related, societal and general contexts
10th acquire knowledge and skills to communicate and collaborate in the many different contexts in which collaboration and communication is a necessity
11th sizing and mount the relevant electrical engineering and industry-specific installations in a known situation
12th use it for industry relevant Rigging in a routine or familiar situation of security,

13th achieve basic understanding of human perception and use this in relation to a given production in a routine or familiar situation,
14th assess the equipment's technical condition and quality and on this basis alone or in cooperation with other cause maintenance or repair of a routine or familiar situation,
15th plan and manage projects from start to finish, including concept development, planning, finance, organization, meeting planning and management, implementation, presentation and disclosure
16th perform professional sound engineering for a performance on the basis of a considerable knowledge of audio engineering,
17th perform professional lighting technology work to a show based on a considerable knowledge of lighting technology and lighting,
18th use stage technique in accordance with applicable laws, rules and regulations independently,
19th produce props from knowledge of styles and stylistic periods and are aware of the different working methods in relation to the use of script in rekvisitørens work and managing the auspices budget
20th assess visual and aesthetic expression with relevance to the industry critically and from a basic knowledge of different eras ideas and style history,
21st using a 3D system for visualizing and animate a blank for use in constructing tasks
22nd assist in the preparation of scenery, props and decorations
23rd gain knowledge of a quality management system and use specific quality control procedures in relation to their own work,
24th perform professional sound engineering for an exhibition based on a considerable knowledge of audio engineering,
25th perform professional lighting technology work for an exhibition based on a considerable knowledge of lighting technology and lighting,
26th read, write, speak, listen to and understand German in job-related, societal and general contexts
27th use a 3D system to visualize and animate a subject for use in design and sales functions
28th plan, set up, run and dismantle relevant lighting equipment at the advanced level in connection with the practical running of events taking into account the overall production economy
29th plan, set up, run and dismantle relevant audio equipment at the advanced level in connection with the practical running of events taking into account the overall production economy
30th gain knowledge of music history and read and use a score in relation to the practical production
31st achieve a significant understanding of human perception and different historical periods expressions and apply this knowledge in relation to a given production
32nd sizing and mount the relevant electrical engineering and industry-specific installations safely and
33rd use it for industry relevant Rigging safely.

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

4.3. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 14 - 15 and no. 29 to 33, applies to the thesis event technician specializing in audio engineering.

4.4. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 14 to 15, no. 28 and no. 30 to 33, applies to the thesis event technician specializing in illuminationsteknik.

4.5. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 14 - 21 pt. 22 - 23 and no. 33, applies to the thesis theater technician.

4.6. Competence objectives in section 4.1., No. 14 - 15 pt. 22 - 27 and no. 33, applies to the thesis exhibition technician.

5. Organisation of school instruction and training

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

6. Assessment and evidence etc.

6.1. Individual steps culminating in an examination. The sample after a step that is not the program's last steps must only be taken by students who finish with that step.

6.2. As part of the last school period in the training stage 1, theater, exhibition and event technical production assistant, organized by the School for final examination consisting of a practical project and an oral examination. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.2.1. The project, which aims to show the pupil's acquisition of vocational and personal skills in training, resolved within 74 clock hours. The oral exam lasts 30 minutes including assessment. There, an external examiner. The student's performance is evaluated with one character, which represents an overall assessment of the project and the oral presentation.


6.2.2. For students who finish the program with stage 1, theater, exhibition and event technical production assistant, the examination must be passed. The school will inform the Technical Committee on the results of the tests carried out.

6.3. As part of the last school period in the program's specializations organizes school a final test. The sample represents a final test. Rules of Order on tests and exams in vocational education shall apply.

6.3.1. At the invitation of students last school period sends the school a list of the students stating the students' practical training company for the trade committee. The Technical Committee then designate two examiners (metal masters) to journeyman test. The Technical Committee shall establish a censor guide for spectacle champions.

6.3.2. Svend exam consists of a written test in the area subjects and specialization, a project assignment and an oral examination, based on the project. The project has a duration of two weeks and solved a technical production. The oral test has a duration of 30 minutes including assessment. Censors must be present at the final settlement of the technical production on the project and the subsequent oral examination. Disk contents organized by the school in consultation with the trade committee.

6.3.3. The student's performance is evaluated with one character, which represents an overall assessment of the written and oral exam and project assignment.

6.4. For the issue of school certificate, the student must have achieved consist character as an average of the grades for all subjects in the main scenario. Any profession where not given character must be conducted under the rules of the profession.

6.5. For students who finish the program with stage 1, theater, exhibition and event technical production assistant, the test set out in section 6.2. be passed.

6.6. For students who finish the program with thesis must test as set out in section 6.3. be passed.

6.7. 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.

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